Index to the Upper Canada land books

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Upper Canada (Ontario) Pioneer Settler Land Locations, Census Records and Property Descriptions Historical Visits to Ontario Villages and Towns Take a trip back in time to the late 19th century and explore the towns and villages where your ancestors lived, loved, laboured, laughed and played.

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Get this from a library. Index to the Upper Canada land books. [King Butler; Susan Smart; Ontario Genealogical Society.] -- "The Upper Canada Land Books [National Archives of Canada series RG 1, L1] record the minutes of the Executive Council of the Land Board which had authority over the granting and selling of crown.

The granting and settling of crown lands in Upper Canada was authorized by the Executive Council of the Land Board in between and Petitioners often gave personal information to support their land claims, which were recorded in the Land Books.

Index to the Upper Canada land books., (v. 3): Toronto Public Library. This index lists name, personal information, residence, location of the land grant, date, land book vol.

letter, page number and petition number.

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The land books that are indexed are in the National Archives of Canada series RG1, L1 (films not available at the Family History Library). Ontario Land Record Index The only index to the Upper Canada Land Books that I know of is called the Ontario Archives Land Records Index, commonly called the OLRI.

This index gives you the first owner of the land who received the grant from the Crown and thus was entered in the Land Books. It is on microfiche in two binders.

Upper Canada Land Petitions (UCLP) Upper Canada Land Petitions and Land Books [NA RG 1, L3 and RG1, E1] or indexes on C to C are available on microfilm at the Ontario Archives or NAC. Immigrants often petitioned for land soon after arrival in Upper Canada.

Library and Archives (LAC) online index: Upper Canada Land Petitions () 82, entries in this database search. Michael Stephenson's Upper Canada Land Petitions Index A-Z 51, entries. You may need to scroll to find the index's list of A-Z letters of the alphabet. The Abstract Indexes to Deeds are the indexed record of every transaction on a plot of land from Crown ownership to the present day.

Abstract Indexes were created according to new legislation and were retroactive to the patent on a property, meaning they went back to when the land was first owned by the Crown before it was sold or. Title Statement: Index to the Upper Canada land books.

Publication: Toronto: Ontario Genealogical Society, Extent of Item: v. ; ISBN: (v. Series: Upper Canada Land Books "Contents: Name index and general index [26 lvs.] -- Resolution dated July [1 lf] -- Minutes of the Council meetings concerning land grants [ lvs.

- with 2 pages of minutes on each leaf]. Finding Aida card index, also known as the Upper Canada Land Index serves both the Land Books (Minutes of the Land Committee) in LAC RG 1 L1 and the Land Petitions in LAC RG 1 L3, for the provinces of Upper Canada,and Canada, Elam Stimson, "The cholera beacon, being a treatise on the epidemic cholera: as it appeared in Upper Canada, in with a plain and practical description of the first grade, or premonitory symptoms, and the various forms of attack, by which the disease may be detected in its curable stage: together with directions for successful treatment: designed for popular instruction" (Dundas: G.H.

These books contain the deliberations, decisions and recommendations of the Land Committee of the Executive Council of Upper Canada.

Early settlers in Upper Canada, now known as Ontario, could apply for ownership of Crown Lands by first submitting a written petition, according to.

The original index is located in the National Archives of Canada. Archival Ref. No.: NAC RG 1, L 3 and RG 1, L 1. Finding Aids: A shelf list of Petitioner's names must be used to determine the correct reel of Index to consult. This is the first step in locating a Petition or a Land Book reference.

Land Allocation and Documentation "UE" and "MC" Original Allocation Process (a) Ontario Land Records Index (OLRI) (b) District Land Boards (c) Upper Canada Land Books (d) Land Petitions (e) Heir and Devisee Commissions (f) Township Papers (g) Crown Lands Records; 5.

Government Correspondence; Chapter 5: Case Examples: Working With Petitions. How to search the Land Books. Step 1 Although each individual minute book includes a table of contents and a nominal index of petitioners, the Ontario Genealogical Society (OGS) has published the Index to the Upper Canada Land Books, which contains a nominal index, personal information such as occupation, residence, location of the land grant, date of presentation, the corresponding Book.

Glengarry, Upper Canada's first major Scottish settlement, was established in by Highlanders from Inverness-shire.

Worsening economic conditions in Scotland, coupled with a growing awareness of Upper Canadas opportunities, led to a growing tide of emigration that eventually engulfed all of Scotland and gave the province its many Scottish settlements.

Some of the most valuable documents that may be located in the land registry records are copies of your ancestor's wills - tens of thousands of these wills were deposited in the Upper Canada/Ontario deed books and are largely undocumented in any sort of indexes.

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The book was first written in for the "Centennial of the Settlement of Upper Canada", names collected from various Land Boards and Muster Rolls. The book has been revised and reprinted several times since its first print, with no doubt ommissions of names and information to save space and time.

3 private ownership of the property. This record appears in Record Group 1 (Crown Land Records), Series C-I-3 (Fiats and Warrants), Vol. (Register for Military Fiats), P which has been microfilmed on MSReel Translation of sample entry 2: P.

Jenning, whose residence is not listed in the records, bought the title from the Canada Company ("CC") for lot 15 in the 6thFile Size: KB. An Index Of The Land Claim Certificates Of Upper Canada Militiamen Who Served In The War OfBy W.

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Upper Canada (Province). Executive Council. Land Committee (York, Ont.) Upper Canada (Province). Executive Council. Land Committee (Newark, Ont.) Media Type Text Genealogical Resource Item Type Books Notes Series: Upper Canada Land Books Contents: Various oaths of office and allegiance to the crown [marked Index Page E ; Index page F ; and.

Document Record Title Upper Canada Land Books - C Identifier lac_reel_c C User Review - Flag as inappropriate You need to understand what the entries in this book represent.

It is essentially an index to the government documents which grant land to the children of the UELs - those who remained loyal to the British government during the American Revolution. It is quite reliable in that respect, giving the "O.C." dates -- the dates of the "Order in Council" entries 1/5(3).

BOOK - The Old United Empire Loyalists List, Originally Published as The Centennial of the Settlement of Upper Canada By The Centennial Committee, United Empire Loyalists Originally published by Rose Publishing Co., Toronto, This facsimile reprint by.

The above CD is also available in print format, although the CD is much quicker and is very powerful to search. The CD is available for purchase from the Ottawa Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society, It is called Index to the Upper Canada Land Books, February to February and is edited by Susan Smart.

The ISBN is 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). An Index of Land Claim Certificates of Upper Canada Militiamen Who Served in the War of ; Wilfred R.

Lauber ; And Your Petitioner Will Ever Pray, The Papers of the First Land Board of the Mecklenburg / Midland District ; Linda Corupe U.E.

; Deposits from Niagara North Registry Office #30 St. Catharines, Ontario Vol. 1, Instrument No. 1 to No.Registered from.

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