Our finding aids describe archival records available for viewing in the reading room of the L&A County Archives. These collections may include records from local families, businesses and individuals, women’s institutes, and include maps, sheet music and municipal papers.
Our earliest records are listed in our finding aids (LAHS Early Collection Index) plus a portion of our photograph collection of over 13,000 images. Check out Archeion, Ontario’s database for archival collections across the province, for a complete list of our available finding aids.
Click on the links below to access the finding aids and indices:
- Business Records Index
- Church Papers Index
- Collection Miscellany Old Index
- County Marriage Index 1858 – 1869
- Harry Babcock Fonds Index
- Imperial Order of Daughters of the Empire
- LAHS Early Collection Index
- Maps, Posters, Handbills
- Misc Small Groups Index
- Napanee Standard and Napanee Express Newspaper Index
- Photograph Collection Index
- Photograph Collection Index - By Subject
- Private Papers Index
- Secondary Source Records Index
- Sheet Music Collection Index
- Walters - Wagar Collection Index
Resources at the Archives
Current subscriptions to local newspapers include the Napanee Guide and the Napanee Beaver, available on microfilm and print formats. Local area papers including the Napanee Standard and the Napanee Express, starting in the early 1800s are available on microfilm.
Family genealogies, birth/marriage/death indices from local newspapers and the Archives of Ontario vital statistic microfilm reel indices, census records for our county (1851-1911), cemetery transcriptions (see CemSearch in our Links section), Crown land grant index, published genealogical sources, and the full run of The Christian Guardian on microfilm.
The Archives acquires and preserves records from L&A County and its township records including assessment roles, voter’s lists, minutes, and other early records from the 19th century - present.
Researchers are encouraged to request archival material in advance of visiting the Lennox and Addington County Museum and Archives. Please contact the Archivist at 613-354-3027 or contact us to request an appointment to view archival records.
PastPerfect Lennox & Addington
PastPerfect Lennox & Addington is an online database that describes the artifacts and archival records that document the history and development of our great county.