We are committed to preserving the County's total archival heritage and making it available to the public.
Who we are
The County of Oxford Archives staff consists of:
Liz Mayville (Archivist)
Megan Lockhart (Archives Technician)
What we do
The County of Oxford Archives acquires, preserves, and makes accessible inactive public records created by, for, and about Oxford County.
These records include:
- historical records of the County of Oxford 1850 to the present, and its predecessor, the District of Brock, 1842 to 1849.
If you have some materials that you are considering donating, please contact the Archivists. Staff are always interested in receiving new acquisitions, provided that the materials meet the terms of our mandate of collecting materials relating to the people, places and history of Oxford County.
Archives Staff facilitate and monitor public access to the archival information as prescribed by the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, 1990.
The County of Oxford Archives also endeavours to increase public awareness of the rich cultural heritage of Oxford County through the implementation of a comprehensive outreach program, including presentations, displays, and education programs.
Please be aware that parking off of Light Street and Buller Street are employee parking only. To ensure that you do not receive a parking ticket, please park in the lots off of Graham Street or use street parking where available. Accessible parking is available in all of the lots in the County Court House Square and does not require a designated parking pass.