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To the settlers on the Crown lands, Grand River, C.W.

To the settlers on the Crown lands, Grand River, C.W.

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Published by s.n. in [Hamilton, Ont.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crown lands -- Ontario.,
  • Public lands -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPrinted ephemera from the Metropolitan Toronto Library.
    ContributionsCanada. Crown Lands Dept.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (2 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19066065M
    ISBN 10066544592X

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Get this from a library. To the settlers on crown lands, Grand River, C.W. [F J Cheshire;]. Mercer County and its people, but finding on research and investigation that the settlement of the territory thereof and incidents connected with the life of its people are so interwoven with that of the people who first crowned and crossed the A lleghanies and made settlements on and along the upper Grand River of the Clinch, Sandy, Guyandotte, Coal, and other rivers and streams, that it will be /5(6).

Part I: Historical Books: First To the settlers on the Crown lands Book: where genealogists can find their ancestors Crown Patents etc. Part II: Historical Books: Abstract/Parcel Register Book: where genealogists can find all the entries of every transaction on their ancestors land from the date the Crown Patent was issued (all instruments recorded) up to Janu No attempt will be made to give a particular history of all the settlers of the New River Valley, or of the territory referred to, but will be confined to that portion of the said territory in which the first settlements were made along the Middle New River and contiguous territory, and to record local incidents, coupling therewith biographical sketches of families.

Gwynne has been sent from Toronto for the purpose of ascertaining and reporting upon the nature of the claims of all the settlers upon tho unsurrendered lands of the Six Nation Indians on the Grand River, to the lands in their pos- session, and the description of the position where each individual is settled, A meeting will be held at Doyle's.

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