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were: Jacob, William, Henry, John, Sophia, Elizabeth, Dorothy, Mary, Hannah, Catherine.
Of these children (Captain) John Strader was born June 15, 1787, and died the latter part of
June, 1888. His children were Simon, George, William, Solomon. David, Gorden, Alex.,
Lucinda (Mrs Barclay); only two of these (Gorden and Lucinda) survive. Captain Strader's
longevity was remarkable. On the hundredth anniversary of his birth he spent the day at
Iroquois, and while there sat for a photo, which is reproduced in this volume; and also when a
centenarian he framed a barn. He was a veteran of the war of 1812-14; was present at the bat-
tle of Crysler's Farm in November, 1813, and at the Windmill action in 1838.

SAMUEL STEACY originally resided in the state of Vermont. His sons were Harry, John,
Charles, and William.

GEORGE SUFFEL, a native of Yorkshire, England, came to Canada, and lived in the town-
ship of Augusta for about twenty years. In 1850 he came to Mountain, and settled on lot 18
concession 5. His brother John also settled in Mountain.

ANDREW SUMMERS with his family came to Winchester township about 1832, and settler) on
lot 5, concessions. The ancestors of our subject were U. E. Loyalists from the viciaityof
Philadelphia. Andrew Summers married Chrestianne Shaver. They made their way into
the forests of Winchester bv means of ox-team and ox-cart, the journey from Aultsville oc-
cupying four days.

GEORGE and JOHN THOMPSON emigrated from Paisley, and subsequently settled in Matilda.

WILLIAM THOM, born in County Derry, Ireland, settled in the rear of Mountain, in 1857.

WILLIAM HENRY THORPE, who died in concession 7, Matilda, thirty-two years ago. was born
in the county of Wexf ord, Ireland. At the breaking out of the Irish rebellion of 1798 he was in
his seventh year; but the heart-rending scenes of that period of bloodshed were vividly re-
membered by him. Among others was the death of his parents; his mother being shot while
nursing a baby at her breast, and his father also succumbed to the fatal bullet. Being left an
orphan, our subject was cared for in the British army camp; later he was taken to England;
and at the breaking out of the War of 1812 came to Canada. History tells us that along thedis-
turbod frontier British soldiers, one for each mile, were placed on guard; and among these Mr
Thorpe was numbered. He took an active part in several engagements, among others Chip-
pewa, where he was wounded in the chin and hand. At the close of hostilities he received his
discharge at Montreal, came to the township of Williamsburg, where he married Christ} Ann.
daughter of Frederick Bouck, their family consisting of three girls and four boys. Only two
of these, William F. and James (each of Matilda township), survive. In religion our subject
was a Methodist, and in politics a Conservative.

ANDREW TIMMINS, a native of Ireland, settled in Lower Canada for a time, but in the early
fifties moved to the 5th concession of Mountain township. His family consisted of eleven
children. The oldest son, John, settled in Mountain township, while Andrew located in Win-
chester.

ROBERT TOYE, born in Ireland in 1824, came to Canada when quite young. He taught school
for a brief interval, and then settled on a farm in the 8th concession of Matilda (Toye's Hill).
His superior education and ability soon marked him a local leader. In municipal politics he
was prominent, being for some time reeve of Matilda. He waslockmasterat the head of the
Williamsburg canal fora term of years, until his superannuation. In religion he was a Pres-
byterian, and in politics a Conservative.

JEREMIAH TUTTLK, a U. E. Loyalist, came from Connecticut, U. S. A. He received 100 acres
of land in concession 1, and 300 acres in concession 4, Matilda. His family were: Elijah, Elan-
son, Jeremiah, John, Reuben, Fanny (Mrs John Flagg), Julia (Mrs John Parlow), Mrs Horace
Powell, Mrs James Nettleton, Mrs William Bowen.




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JOHN VANCAMP settled in the front of Matilda, not far from the western boundary of the
township. His sons were Peter, John, and Elijah.

THOMAS WALTER was a native of County Tipperary, Ireland. He bought lot 19, concession
7, Mountain, from James Glasford. walking to Brockville to make the purchase. Other early
settlers in surrounding vicinities were : William King, Joseph Miller, James S. Johnston,
Thomas and Robert Veitch.

ANTHONY WALLACE was an early Matilda settler. His family consisted of Peter, Nicholas,
Mary, Hester, Amanda. The children of John Wallace were : Anthony, David, Daniel, J"hn,
Solomon, Catharine, Elizabeth.

PETER WEAVER was a pioneer of Williamsbiirg township. His children were : Betseyi
George, John, Frederick. Jacob, William, Simon, Catharine, Christiana, Nancy.

GKORGE WEBB, a native of England, lived at the Long Sault for a time before settling at
Winchester Springs,

The WELLS families are of American-Dutch descent. The original settler of this name in
Dundas located in the Nudell Bush vicinity. His sons were John, Henry, George, and Cor-
nelius.

PETER WHITTEKER settled in concession 4, Williamsburg. His children were Barney, Peter,
John, Herman, James, George, Margaret (Mrs Henry Dauley), Catherine (Mrs John Plantz) ,
Mary (Mrs Jacob Merkley), Nancy.

JOHN M. WILLARD, a resident of Vermont, came to Montreal, and later to Williamsburg.
His wife was Elizabeth Pickle.

WILLIAM WORKMAN, a native of County Down, Ireland, emigrated to the township of South
Gower, Grenville county. His family consisted of two sons and two daughters. William, one
of the sons, settled on lot 1, concession 2, Mountain township.

ROBERT WRIGHT, a resident of Matilda, was a native of Ireland.

JEREMIAH ZERON, a native of Oznabruck, Stormont county, settled in concession 2, Matilda,
about 1851.



ADDENDUM

the compilation of this volume in 1904, many events have transpired
which merit our attention. At this very late hour, we are, by special arrange,
ment with our publishers, enabled to make brief reference to some of these.

ONTARIO'S PREMIER

Many eminent men have gone forth from this historic county to do honor
to themselves and their country ; but never before has the First Minister of
this fair Province been a native resident of Dundas. The 25th of January,
1905, was a day memorable in the history of Provincial politics, resulting as
it did in the election of Hon. J. P. Whitney, K. C., as Premier of Ontario.
The honor achieved by Mr Whitney is but another milestone not only in the
history of this Province but in the annals of the memorable old county of
Dundas. A biographical sketch of the Premier appears elsewhere in this
volume. (See page 220.)

ICE-JAM ON THE ST. LAWRENCE

On several occasions in the history of the St. Lawrence (but particularly
in the spring of 1887) the river has risen rapidly in the vicinity of Morris-
burg, caused by an ice jam some miles to the east; but the extension of such
a jam to Morrisburg in February, 1905, is an unprecedented occurrence in
the written records of the old river. During the presence of the recent jam
it was used as a public driveway between Morrisburg and Waddington ;
hundreds of people crossed, loads of coal, etc., were taken from one town to
the other, a scene, the most unique and unexpected ever witnessed there.




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APPENDIX B



THE FIRST FAMILIES



THE following list supplies information relative to the original patentees
of the land in Dundas. The major part of the list was secured from the
County Registry office, but in the case of a number of lots, for which no
patent was found there, search was made at the Department of Crown Lands,
Toronto. In this latter instance, the Assistant Commissioner in his letter
says : "I have had the old register examined, and find that there are some
of these lots which it is impossible to decide when or to whom the the patents
were issued." Such lots have been omitted from this list. Again, in several
cases the patent embraces only a portion of the lot. The spellings are given
as they occur in the entries.

TOWNSHIP OF MATILDA



CONCESSION I

Lot A Jesse Wright, 49 acres 1807

1 Hon. Capt. John Munro, all 1 793

2 " " " " all 1793

3 H. Waggoner and Jacob Shiers, all . 1797

4 George Collison 1797

4 Allen Patterson, w?4 1802

5 Robert and John Glassford, all 1797

6 Corp. Jacob Vanallen, all 1797

7 Henry Munro, all 1817

8 James McDonell, w}^ 1808

8 Henry Munro, e}4 1818

9 John Middagh, w} 1803

9 Stephen Meddouch, e}4 1807

10 Samuel Robertson, eJ4 1826

10 Isaac Keeler, w^j 1850

...1802



Henry Baker I
Jacob Hanesj



Florence McCarty (.,,
William McCormick ( a .



.1803



Lotl3 Mary Shaver, all 1803

14 Philip Shaver sen., e^ 1803

14 Uriah Brown, w^ 1807

15 Adam Shaffer) 1707

15 John Shaffer / ' '

16 Barnard Frederick, all 1798

17 Adam and Edward Foster, all 1798

18 Conrad Shaver, all 1803

Centre Commons. Prot. Bpis. Church, all . 1834
Lotl9 Michael Ault, e^ 1807

19 Everhart Ault, w^ 1807

20 John Meddaugh, ej^ 1798

20 Michael Ault, vfH 1808

21 George Brouse, wj^ 1800

21 Joseph Brouse, e^ 1804

22 William Loucks, w% 1801

22 Peter and Eliza Brouse 1797

23 Jacob Coons, e]4 1803

23 Peter Murray, wj^ 1819

24 Martin Walter, all 1806



450



THE STORY OF DUNDAS



.1802
.1797



Between 24 & 25. Jacob Carman, all 1803

25 John Servis, w*4 1801

25 James Noel, e}4 1796

28 Jeremiah and Jacob Deering, all. . .1797

27 Lucas Feader, all 1797

28 Jasper Coon 1797

28 David Doling , 1798

29 Jacob Vancamp, all

30 Martin Walliser \ ,,

30 Anthony Walliser J tti

31 William Fraser, all 1803

32 John Shaver, w^ 1802

32 William Fraser, e}4 1803

33 Corp'l Shaver ) n 17Q7

33 Corp'l John Crouse/ au iiyi

34 Donald Clark, wj 1807

34 Adam Nicholas Shaver, ej^ 1807

35 John Savor l all 17 q7

35 LanordMorden f au US7

36 Allen McDonell, all 1802

37 Allen McDonell, all. 1802

Western Commons. David Froorn. rJ- 1839

SECOND RANGE, CON. I, MATILDA

A or 25 John Shaver, wj^ 1802

A or 25 John Vancamp, ej^j 1797

Bor2o Jacob Coons I o11 1cnQ

Bor26 Michael Carman ( au "*

C or 27 Timothy O'Bryan 1797

C or 27 George Carman, eVa 1802

C or 27 John Service, w}4 1803

D or 28 Elizabeth Baird, e> 1840

D or 28 John Streader, w^ 1836

E or 29 Martin Dillibock, all 1798

F or 30 Anthony Wallaser j r, all 1797

G or 31 William Fraser, all 1803

H or 32 William Fraser, ef 1803

Hor32 Lieut. William Fraser, wj^ 1803

I or 33 Corp'l Shaver 17Q -

I or 33 Corp'l Peter Crouse/ aa A ' s

K or 34 George Mine, w^6 1797

Lor 35 Caster Shaffer 1802

L or 35 Jacob and John Savor 1830

L or 35 James McDonell, wj^ 1840

Mor38 Allen McDonell, all 1802

N or 37 Allen McDonell 1802

CONCESSION II, MATILDA

Lot 1 Jacob G. Bedsted, ei 1846

1 Jacob J. Bedsted 1839

2 Abraham Vanallen, east, bound 1875

3 Abraham Vanallen, wi 1864

B James Doran, s pt 134 ac 1855

B Daniel Cryan, n pt 28 ac 1855

4 Capt. George Thompson l oll 1P707

4 Frederick Van Small j au 1U

5 Henry and Cornelius Munro, all .... 1797



Lot 6 John and William Johnson Munro,

all 1797

7 Henry Munro, all 1817

8 Capt. John Munroe and family, all. .1793

9 Allen Patterson, ej^ 1796

9 George Johnston, wj^ 1807

10 Abraham Bowman, e^j 1829

10 Alexander McDonelX w}4 1853

11 JohnStrader. ej^ 1818

11 Joseph Wait, wjjs 1797

12 Philip Shaver sen., w>6 1800

12 George Boucke, ej^s 1853

13 Mary Shaver, all 1801

14 Allen Paterson, w}. 1804

14 John Foster, ei 1804

15 John MeArthur, eJ4 1804

15 Jacob P. Shaver w}4 1816

16 Dennis Courtney \ o11 1>mo

16 Jonn Palmer / au

17 Jacob Vanallen, w^s 1802

17 William Fraser et al, ej^ 1797

18 Elizabeth Baird et al, w> 1840

18 Susannah Putney et al, ej^ 1840

19 Simon Schrider, wi 1797

19 Henry Whitner, ei ^...1797

20 William Backster, all 1803

21 Adam Baker, ej^ 1797

21 Peter Shaver, w^ 1863

22 William Loucks, wj 1801

22 Daniel Clarke 1797

23 Archibald Scott, ei. 1797

23 George Gallinger, wj^ 1837

24 Roger Wood, w}^ 1797

24 Capt. John Abhburn, ei 1797

25 Adam Bowers i al1

25 George Shaffer j au lw

26 Joshua Losee, all 1802

27 Henry Fisher, ei 1816

27 Mary Servis, wi 1816

28 Archibald Scott, ei 1797

28 Martin Steely, w^ 1797

29 Peter Vancamp, all 1802

30 Jacob Vancamp, all 1802

31 Jacob Vancamp, all 1802

32 Thomas Fraser, all 1804

33 Andrew Sypes, ej^ 1805

34 George Donaldson, w&j 1858

34 Peter Walliser, e^ 1864

35 John McCarty, ej^j 1874

35 Robert Bare, wj^ 1874

38 Henry Hare, e^ 1874

37 Allen McDonell, all 1802

CONCESSION III, MATILDA

Lot 1 Abraham Vanallen, wM 1845



THE FIRST FAMILIES



451



Lot 2 Abraham Vanallen, all 1845

3 John McCarty, all 1808

4 Michael Phillibere, e}4 1797

5 Jacob Eligh, all 1803

6 Philip Mount, all 1797

7 Philip Mount, all 1797

8 Capt. John Munro's family, all 1793

9 Allen Paterson 1796

9 William Fraser jun 1797

10 George Kintner, all 1803

11 MichaelAult, all 1797

12 Jacob Eligh, all 1803

13 William Chewett, all 1797

14 William Chewett, all 1797

15 John Dome, all 1800

16 Jacob Dorin, all. . .' 1797

17 Robert Redmond, all 1840

18 Robert Redmond, all 1840

Centre Commons. Prot. Epis. Church, all. 1834
Lotl9 Abraham Scott, all 1797

20 Lewis Grant, w^j 1803

20 John Younge, eH> 1804

21 Conrod and Philip Shaver, all 1798

22 William Stanford, ej^ 1824

23 Michael Carman, all 1797

24 Roger Wood, wj^ 1797

24 Capt. John Ashburn, e^ 1797

25 Hon. Richard Duncan, all 1796

26 Barney Hare, all 1797

27 John Walliser 1 n ,^0-

27 William Bowen t au 1<a7

28 William Hare, all 1797

29 Martin Bogard, all 1805

30 James Henderson, ej 1847

30 William Banford, w^ 1856

81 Lewis Grant, w^ 1802

81 Alexander McDonell, e>}4 1808

32 Joseph and George Brouse, all 1797

33 Michael Carman, ej^ 1816

33 George Carman, wj^ 1816

34 Jacob Shaver, w^j 1829

35 Joseph Forsyth, all 1803

36 John Collins or / all .-_

36 Joseph Every f al1 1797

37 Thomas Fraser, ej^ 1804

37 Henry Coons sen., wj 1850

Western Commons James McCormick, all. 1852

CONCESSION IV, MATILDA

Lot A John L. Shell, nj 1855

1 Cataline Crookshanks, all 1801

2 Cataline Crookshanks, all 1801

3 John Pliny Crysler, sept 1842

3 George Johnston, w& rpt 1849

4 Thomas Ross, all 1787

5 Henry and Cornelius Munro, all 1797



Lot 6 John and William Johnson Munro,

all 1797

7 Philip Mount,all 1797

8 Duncan Fisher, all 1807

9 Cornelius Losee, alL 1803

10 Joshua Losee, all 1803

11 Joshua Losee, all 1803

12 James McDonell, all 1808

13 William Chewett, all 1797

14 William Chewett, all 1797

15 Christian Cam \ Qll 17QQ

15 JohnMeddock | al1 1(98

16 John Munro, all 1797

17 William Munro, all 1797

18 John Rose, all

Centre Commons. Prot. Epis. Church, all. 1834

19 Adam Knoof, all 1797

20 John Munro, all 1803

21 John Shank, all 1797

22 Francis Kelly, wj 1829

22 William McLeod, ej 1802

22 Mary Anderson, J^ of w]4 1853

22 Margaret Vankoughnet 1853

22 Sarah Ann Chesley 1853

22 Archibald McLean

23 James Hare, all 1802

24 James Hare, all 1802

25 James Hare, seJ4 1802

26 John Hare, all 1802

27 James Hare, all 1802

28 Gabriel Der Coteau, all 1797

29 Christian Carn \ 17oe

29 JohnMeddock / a " 1798

30 John Cryderman, all 1797

31 John Farlingerjun., all 1797

32 Hon. Capt. John Munro, all 1793

33 Hon. Capt. John Munro, all 1793

34 Hon. Capt. John Munro, all 1793

35 Hon. Capt. John Munro, all 1797

36 Hon. Capt. John Munro. all 1797

37 Hon. Capt. John Munro, all 1797

CONCESSION V, MATILDA

A William W. Cafelman. 1848

1 Zophrenus Castleman, all 1803

2 Jasper Coons, eM 1798

2 Jacob Vancamp, wj 1802

3 Stephen Meddough neJ4 1803

3 Edward Stocks, sj 1805

3 John Meddough, n wM 1811

4 Richard Davis, all 1797

5 Simon and John Strader, all 1797

6 Dodich Dingman 1797

6 Mary Everts, 1831

7 John Frees, all 1798

8 Martin Stealey, all 1797



452



TH STORY OF DUNDAS



Lot 9 Martin Walter, nj 1819

10 Peter Shaver, e pt 150 ac 1853

11 George Thompson s e}4 1825

11 George Johnson, n eJ4 1825

11 Andrew Sipesw^ 1825

12 John Meddock, w^ 1798

12 Stephen Meddock, ej^ 1803

13 Peter Grouse I all> ... 1302
Adam Bower /

U Mary Everets, wJ4 1831

14 Catharine Eraser, eJ4 1813

15 George Kin tner \ . 18 qq
James Locke sen. / ail 18t

16 William Wood 1856

16 Jacob Coons 1798

17 George Kintner 1803

18 William Wood, all 1856

Centre Commons. William Matthee, all . . 1851
Lot 19 Robert Lowery, eJ4 1857

20 John Saver, all 1832

21 Jacob Doren, all 1797

22 Jacob Cams, e}4 1798

22 Luke Bowen, w% 1797

23 Edward Stoaks, all 18"5

24 Randy McDonell, all 1803

25 John Dorin, all 1803

26 Michael Ault, all 1797

27 John Saver, all 1852

28 John Frees, all 1833

29 Thomas Fraser, all 1802

30 Peter Brouse et al, e^ 1797

30 Michael Carman, w^j 1797

31 Jacob Vancamp, all 1797

32 Adam and Nicholas Shaver, all 1797

33 Henry Albrant, all 179T

34 Henry Strader, all 1797

35 Luke Bowen, all 1797

36 Thomas Fraser, all 1800

37 Michael Carman, all 1797

Western Commons. E. Montgomery, all. .1876

CONCESSION VI. MATILDA

Eastern Commons, Michael M. Moore, nj^.1346
Eastern Commons, Timothy O'Donaghue,

% 1852

Lot 1 Sodk Frederick, all 1797

2 John Shaver, all 1797

3 Lucas Fader, w}4 1802

3 Henry Waggoner, e%.

4 Henry Wheatmer, all 1797

5 Jacob Coons, all 1797

6 William Strader, all 1847

7 Edward Stoak, all 1805

8 Peter Dorin, all 1798

9 Hon. Richard D n ncan, all 1801

10 Peter Shaver, e% , 1853



Lot 11 Allen Paterson, all 1797

12 William Strader, all 1797

13 John Staring, al) 1797

14 John Glasf ord, e}4 1801

14 Joseph Avery, wHs 1828

15 John Glasford, all 1797

16 George Thompson, w^ 1802

16 Daniel Driscoll eJ4 1838

17 John and Joseph Benedict, all 1807

18 John P. Shaver, wj^ 1830

18 John Ault, n e}4 !836

Centre Commons. Antoine Lazert, all 1853
Lot 19 George Thompson, all 1802

20 Jno. Cook, ej^ 1868

21 Hon. Richard Duncan, all 1796

22 Hon. Richard Duncan, all 1796

23 George Wait, n eM 1810

24 Thomas Fraser, w^ 1802

24 George Wait, e}^ 1797

25 George Wait, all 1797

26 Solomon Doran, s eM ....1855

27 George Kintner, eM 1803

27 John Strider, wj^ 1803

28 Thomas Fraser. all 1802

29 Ephraim Jones, all 1804

30 Capt. John Munro, all 1797

31 Ezra Benedict, all 1803

32 William Bennett, w^ 1854

33 Thomas Fraser, all 1803

34 Adam Bower, all 1811

35 Thomas .Johnston, ej^ 1864

36 James Miller, all 1862

37 Hon. Richard Duncan, all. 1796

Western Commons. Barbara Lazert, iy>. .1874
Western Commons. David Frooine, nJ4. ..1839

CONCESSION VII, MATILDA

Eastern Commons. Michael M. Moore, nj^.1848
Eastern Commons. Timothy O'Donaghue

s^ 1852

Lot 1 Thomas Fraser, all 1802

2 Michael Carman, all 1797

3 John Shaver, all 1797

4 Dodrick Dingman 1797

4 Mary Everets 1831

5 Allan McDonell, all 1802

6 Michael Ault, all 1816

7 Martin Walter, all 1797

8 Joseph Benedict, all .....1807

9 Peter Grouse, all 1797

10 Richard Duncan.all 1801

11 Thomas Fraser, all 1803

12 Lucas Feader. all 1802

13 Richard Duncan, all 1801

14 Thomas Fraser, all 1800

15 Hon. Richard Duncan, all 1796



THE FIRST FAMILIES 453

Lot 16 Henry Albrant, all 1797 Lot 7 William McQuig, all 1856

17 Richard Duncan, all 1801 8 John McQuat, all 1866

18 George Kintner, all 1803 9 Thomas Fraser, all 1801

Centre Commons. John Bailey 1872 10 Martin Stealy, all 1797

19 B. Frederick, all 1798 11 Cornelius Munro, all 1803

20 John Frees, all 1798 12 Cornelius Munro, all 1803

21 David Shaver, all 1872 13 Cornelius Munro, all 1803

22 Ephraim Jones, all 1804 14 Cornelius Munro, all 1803

23 Anthony Wallace, all 1797 15 Cornelius Munro, all 1803

24 Luke Bowen, all 1797 16 Cornelius Munro, all 1803

25 Hon. Richard Duncan, all 1801 17 Cornelius Munro, all 1803

26 Adam Shaver, all 1802 18 Cornelius Munro, e>^ 1803

27 Jacob Vancamp, all 1802 Centre Commons. Wm. Rays 1845

28 Richard Duncan, all 1801 Lot 20 John Tillabough, all 1808

29 Henry Strader, all 1797 21 Joseph Tillabough, all 1808

30 Jacob Dor in, all 1797 22 John Algire, all 1808

31 Allen Paterson, all 1803 23 William Cleland, s^ 1865

32 Ephraim Jones, all 1802 23 James McElroy, n> 1873

33 JohnSaver.all 1832 24 John Gilmore, e>^ 1864

34 Andrew Sypes, all 1801 24 Jacob and John Hess, w^g 1866

35 Jacob Vanallen, all 1801 25 Wm. J. Graham, wJ4 1864

36 Jasper Coons, all 1798 27 William Robinson, w^ 1857

37 John McDonell, all ....1802 27 James; Watt, e^ 1857

CONCESSION vin, MATILDA 28 Sarah Henderson, e^ 1857

LotA JohnMadden .....1846 29 William Robinson eJ4 1857

A John Parlow 1855 30 Lemuel Farrell, e^ 1861

1 Peter Brouse et al, all 1797 31 Wm. Smith, all 1871

2 S.Frederick, all.... 1798 3 ' 2 William Gilmer, wj^ 1863

3 John Meddock, all 1798 33 Charles Crowder, s^ of w^ 1865

4 Hon. Richard Duncan, all 1796 34 Jacob and John Hess ' w ^ 1866

5 John Parlow & Wm. J. Graham, wi 1864

6 Hon. Richard Duncan, all 1796 37 Alexander Brown, wj of sj 1891

TOWNSHIP OF WILLIAMSBURG

CONCESSION i 10 Peter Fetterly. e^ 1797

LotA Frederick Reme, all (70 ac.) 1810 10 Peter Davis, wj 1797

1 Capt. John McKenzie 1797 11 Adam Bouck et al, all 1797

1 Sir Alexander McKenzie 1807 12 Ludowick Acker et al, all 1797

2 Capt. John McKenzie, all 1797 13 Farquhar McDonell, w 1803

2 Sir Alexander McKenzie, wj^ and 13 John Crysler, e 1805

n.e. part 1807 14 George Wert, ej 1797

2 Joseph Loucks, front of ej 1839 14 John Valentine, wj. 1797

3 John Hickey, e^2 1803 15 Catharine Valentine, all 1802

3 Peter Loucks, w}4 1803 16 Jacob Garlow et al, all 1797

4 Philip Chrisler.w^ 1797 17 John Crysler et al, all 1807

4 Peter Loucks, ej^ 1803 18 Gillis McBane I all 1797

5 Adam Snyder et al, all 1797 John Thompson f

6 John Weaver et al, all 1797 Centre Commons. Presbyterian ^ongre-

7 Serg't John Mclntyre, ej^ 1797 gation, w^ 1827

7 Serg't Daniel Campbell, w}^ 1797 Centre Commons. Church and burial

8 Jacob Farrand. all 1801 ground 183

9 John Merkley, wj^ 1800 Lot19 Nicholas Fremire, ej^ 1797

9 Jacob Farrand, e^ 1801 W John Bearnheart, w^ 1797

9 John Low Farrand I 18/v - 20 Conrad Baker 1797

PeterLoucks 1 18j 21 Daniel Myers, all 1824



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Lot 22
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24
25
25
26
27
27
28
29
30
31
32
32
33
33
34
34
35
35
36
37
38



John Shell, e^ 1800

William Loucks, w^ 1803

Conrad Castleman I ol1 1707

Stephen Castleman f al
Adam and Henry Casselman, all. . .1797
Christopher Derperwin \ !, i797

Joseph Hanes /

Malcolm McMartin, all 1802

Serg't Michael Hanes, w^ 1797

Malcolm McMartin. e]4 1802

Christopher Roddick, all 1797

Philip Waiters, all 1797

Michael and Jacob Merkley, all. . . .1797

Ensign James Valentine, all 1797

Henry Merkley, w^j 1797

Ensign James Valentine, ejfs 1797

Henry Stata \ ,, i 797

JohnHelmer / aa

Abr am Hopper j. u 1797

George Loucks )



-all 1797



.1797



James Rose \ n
John McDonald/* 1

Hon. Richard Duncan, all 1797

Hon. Richard Duncan, all 1796

Jesse Wright, all 1807

CONCESSION II, WILLJAMSBURG

Commons Lot A. Malcolm Ray, n^ 1867

Commons Lot A. Jane Casselman, s}4 1870

Lot 1 William Simmons Place, all ...1803

2 Adam Baker, wi 1T97

2 William Simmons Place, e 1808

3 Frederick Markley, w 1797

3 Adam Baker, ei 1797

4 Geronemus Chrysler, w^ 1806

4 Hannah Snyder, eM> 1806

5 Conrad Snider, w}4 1797

6 Archibald Grant I o11 -,707
Severis Marcelus f an

7 Serg't Daniel Campbell, w^j 1797

7 John Pillar, e^ 1803

8 Jacob Farrand, all 1801

9 Jacob Farrand, eV 18' 1

9 John Markley. wJ4 1800

10 Jacob Garlough, v/J^ 1819

11 Jacob Rosenberger, eV 1808

11 William Ira Prunner, w^ 1857

12 Lambert Vanalstine, w^j 1806

12 John Crysler, e^ 1806

13 John Crysler, ej^ 1803

13 Stephen Farmington, w}^ 1806

14 John Valentine, w>4 1797

15 Catharine Vanaltine, all 1802

18 John West, jun., w^ 1825

16 John Crysler, e)4 1839

17 William and Andrew Duster, all . . .1737



Lot 18 Philip Kilmire
Abijah Wade

Centre commons. Presbyterian congrega-
tion, wj 1827

Centre commons. Church and burial

ground, pt of ej 1833

Centre commons. Lutheran congregation,

e!4 of rj<j 1848

19 Michaef Pillar, e^ 1797

19 Frederick Bouck, w^ 1819

20 Catharine O'Harra,e}4 1797

20 Henry Schwerdfeger, wJ4 1836

21 Daniel Myers, all 1824

22 William Loucks, w}4 1803

22 Jean Pierre, ej 1797

23 Jean Pierre, wJ4 1797



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