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Crown and clergy lands in the County of Kent

Crown and clergy lands in the County of Kent

Return to an address of the Legislative Assembly to His Excellency the Governor General, dated the 16th ultimo : praying His Excellency to cause to be laid before the House "a list of all crown and clergy lands, which have been sold within the County of Kent since the 1st day of January, 1852, with the date of each sale, and the names of the parties to whom sold, the amount paid on each sale, and also, a list of the crown, clergy, university, school and other lands remaining unsold; also the town lots in the town of Chatham ... remaining unsold" ...

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Published by Printed by Rollo Campbell in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crown lands -- Ontario -- Kent (County),
  • Clergy lands -- Ontario -- Kent (County)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesReturn to an address of the Legislative Assembly to His Excellency the Governor General, dated the 16th ultimo
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[24] p.
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17331946M

    The parish with its local parish church is the basic unit of the Church of parish within the Church of England structure has its roots in the Roman Catholic Church and survived the English Reformation largely untouched. Church of England parishes are currently each within one of 44 dioceses divided between the provinces of Canterbury, with thirty dioceses and York with fourteen. ELGIN COUNTY. Ontario, Canada. TOWNSHIP LAND PAPERS Much of this correspondence is addressed to the Crown Lands Department by the settler themselves, while a number of letters exist from John B. Askin in London who was an Agent of the Department, who wrote on behalf of the settler or asking the Department for advice in settling disputes and.

    New Kent County, VA. St Peter's Parish Church in New Kent County is completely surrounded by forests. It can be reached from route 33 (between West Point and Richmond) by going about a mile north of Talleysville on route and about.5 farther on route The approach through the . Kent, one of the kingdoms of Anglo-Saxon England, probably geographically coterminous with the modern county, famous as the site of the first landing of Anglo-Saxon settlers in Britain, as the kingdom that received the first Roman mission to the Anglo-Saxons, and for .

    Committed to publishing great books, connecting readers and authors globally, and spreading the love of g: County of Kent. Index to New Brunswick Land Grants, - (RS) Introduction | Help | Search Page. 54, records available in this database You have 4 choices for searching the database 1. Search entire database by name and county Choose a county and then choose a place to view those Land Grants. County.


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11 Clergy reserves, 12 Certain lands in Kent, Essex and Lambton Counties, 9 Return of Crown and Clergy lands purchased by the Canada Company, ca 75 Squatters in Bedford and Sheffield, 76 School and Crown lands in Grey County, 77 Vacant Crown lands, Crown lands and clergy reserves, Series RG ; Vol.

Description Archives of Ontario Microfilm Reference ; 1: Leases MSReel 1: 2: Arrears of Rent due on Crown and Clergy leases, 3: Surveys in Upper Canada,4.

Crown land first patentees: Kent County, Ontario, [transcribed under the direction of Judith A. Mitten and Helen A. Blackburn ; the index was produced by Peggy Stenton. Toronto Public Library.

Kent as a county, with sporadic references to Maidstone, has been thoroughly explored over this period in The Community of Kent and the Great Rebellion () by Alan Everitt, Seventeenth Century Kent () by Christopher Chalklin, English Provincial Society () by Peter Clark and Early Modern Kent () edited by Michael Zell.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. History of Kent County, Maryland, Item Preview remove-circlePages: The government of Kent County, Maryland: historical and descriptive: The descendants of William Pell, Sr.

of Kent County, Maryland: The Forman genealogy: descendants of Robert Forman of Kent Co., Maryland, who died in William Usilton of Kent County, Maryland (?) and some of his descendants: Prior to this time the present county of Kent was divided into parts of two Crown and clergy lands in the County of Kent book, the upper part being in Cecil and the lower a part of the old ''County of Kent." The residents were to attend court of the farther side of the Chester and Sassafras Rivers.

On June 8,the following petitions were sent to. Applications to purchase land,arranged by County: return to top of page. Clergy reserve sales registers, Returns and statements relating to the sale of Crown lands and clergy reserves submitted to the Crown Lands Department by land agents, Kent and Middlesex Counties, Sales of Public.

LAND REGISTRY records document the ownership of a property after it was granted or sold by the Crown, or in some cases land companies, to an individual. LAND REGISTRY records include an index/dates of transactions such as mortgages, sales, bankruptcies, liens, land.

The surface of the county is hilly, being traversed East and West by the North Downs, a chalk range from 3 to 6 miles in breadth. On the North, along the shores of the Thames and Medway, there is a belt of marsh land, which extends over a mile inland.

The greater portion of. Ontario Land Records Land records are very useful. Originally all land in Ontario belonged to the Crown. Although there were small areas of settlement in after the British took over, major settlement of Upper Canada began in and utilized Crown Grants.

Edited by William Page. A part-volume detailing the religious houses of the county. Includes accounts of the early history of Canterbury and Rochester cathedrals, and of several sites now within the conurbation of London.

Victoria County History - Kent. Originally published by Victoria County. Institution Books Edit. Following the induction of a new vicar or rector, the profits of the benefice for the first year, its first fruits, and one tenth of its annual income, the tenths, were, afterpayable to the Crown.

The records are at The National Archives, Kew (E) and include Clergy Institution Books arranged by. The Kent County Genealogy and History Facebook Group Use the search feature for a complete search of all the Ontario (Upper Canada) genealogy sites.

Search the Ontario (Upper Canada) Genealogy Website - Make sure to use all known variations of a family name in your search. Among the jewels in this archival crown are the volumes of church court records for Canterbury starting inthe probate materials for both dioceses, albeit Canterbury’s is more extensive in terms of 15 th and 16 th-century wills, and the bishops registers from Rochester which run for almost years from to Full text of " An epitome of county history, wherein the most remarkable objects, persons, and events are briefly treated of, the seats, residences, etc.

of the nobility, clergy and gentry, their architecture, interior decorations, surrounding scenery, etc. described, from personal observations, and the mames, titles and other distinctions, civil, military or ecclesiastical, inserted, with notices of the principal churches.

County originally encompassed most of Prince George's County, and parts of Anne Arundel and St. Mary's counties.

Oct. 20 General Assembly established Court in St. Mary's County. Dec. Provincial Court authorized St. Mary's County Courthouse to be built on property of John Hammond near Leonardtown.

March The Kent County Clerk, located in Warwick, Rhode Island, is the official keeper of public records for Kent County. The Clerk's office ensures that public records are retained, archived, and made accessible to the public in accordance with all laws and regulations.

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searches the inventories of overbooksellers worldwide, accessing millions of books in just one simple g: County of Kent. Inhe received a land grant of acres from the Crown in Dunwich and Aldborough townships (then part of Middlesex County), with the promise of populating it with British settlers.

A large territory, eventually stretching from Sandwich Township, at the Detroit River, to Middleton Township in Norfolk County, for which Talbot became the.

Introduction: After the founding of Chestertown as a port inKent County became firmly established as a center of farming, trade, travel and culture within the d craftsmen set up shop in the new town, taverns thrived as centers for news and politics, and .The Crown of the Kingdom of Poland (Polish: Korona Królestwa Polskiego; Latin: Corona Regni Poloniae), known as the Polish Crown, or the Crown, is the common name for the historic Late Middle Ages territorial possessions of the King of Poland, including the Kingdom of Poland proper.

The Polish Crown was at the helm of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth from to Missing: County of Kent.Land Survey, Subdivision, and Condominium Plats Harford County: Howard County: Kent County: Montgomery County: Prince George's County: Queen Anne's County: St. Mary's County: Somerset County: Talbot County: Washington County: Wicomico County: Worcester County: Historical Mapping [ Archives' Home Page |.