Land settlement in Upper Canada, 1783-1840 by George C. Paterson [i.e. Gilbert C. Paterson. by Gilbert Clarence Paterson

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Subjects:

  • Land settlement -- Ontario,
  • Land grants -- Ontario,
  • Canada -- Politics and government -- 1763-1867.

Edition Notes

On t.p. (p. xix) the name George C. Paterson covered by label: Gilbert C. Paterson. Bibliography: p. 250-255.

Book details

SeriesSixteenth report of the Dept. of Archives for the Province of Ontario, 1920
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 278 p. facsims., maps. ;
Number of Pages278
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19544302M

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Many of the entries from the nine volumes of this Index to the Upper Canada Land Books (linked below) duplicate information that is available in the Upper Canada Land Petitions, (linked to in the Related Articles section). The microfilm reels to which the Index refers are available on-line (browsable, but not searchable) from the Héritage-Canadiana website.

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In and a large contingent of Scots emigrated to the New Lanark Settlement in Upper Canada (Ontario) under the auspices of the British government. These people were awarded land grants in the townships of Dalhousie, Lanark, North Sherborooke and Ramsay in what became Lanark County.

Decisions from the years were copied from the Quebec Land Books and incorporated into the Upper Canada Land Books series as Volume 18 (corresponding to microfilm reel C). From toland and state minutes of the Executive Council were entered into a single minute book and are part of Volume 19 of 1783-1840 book series (corresponding.

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Upper Canada Land Surrenders After years of conflict in North America between the British and the French, the Treaty of Paris was signed on February 10th That treaty saw France cede its claim to colonial territories in North America, including Acadia, New France, the interior lands of the Great Lakes and Ohio, and the Mississippi valley.

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German Company settles in Waterloo County. Frances Gore becomes Lieutenant-Governor. GRAY (Grey), ROBERT ISAAC DEY, office holder, lawyer, judge, and politician; b.

probably in New York, son of James Gray and Elizabeth Low; d. unmarried 7 or 8 Oct. in the wreck of the Speedy on Lake Ontario. At the outbreak of the American revolution the Gray family fled to the province of Quebec where James Gray was appointed major in the 1st battalion of Sir John Johnson*’s.

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The system did, however, satisfy Simcoe's desire to make Upper Canada a place where settlers found land easy to acquire. The Upper Canada Land Books A through D covering Orders in Council for the period through have been previously transcribed and published in four volumes of the Report of the Department of Public Records and Archives of Ontario (the 17th, 18th, 19th, and 20th Reports).

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Loyalist Claims and Conversion List [NA MG14] - Audit Office 12 and 13 compensation claims for land and goods lost during the American Revolution - reels. See: C.C. Patterson "Land Settlement in Upper Canada, " in Ontario Archives, Reportand E.A.

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