Sunday, November 23, 2014

Ewen Cameron In Finch Twp.

Upper Canada Land Petitions (1763-1865)
C, Bundle 3, Part III
Petition# 105
23 November 1845

Native of Scotland
To Canada in 1828
North half of Lot #12 and Northwest corner of  of Lot #13 in the 3rd Concession, Twp. of Finch
Ewen Cameron has been in possession of the lot for 8 years


Clergy Reserves

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Estate Of James More, Late Of Lapeer

Lapeer County, Michigan, Deed
22 Nov 1872
Administrator's Deed
James More
Jacob C. Lam

William Barber, administrator to the estate of James More, late of Lapeer
5 Jany 1872, Probate


SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Sec 13 Town 7 N of R 12 E
40 acres

Friday, November 21, 2014

Larkin Cleveland And David Greer

Georgia, Headright and Bounty Land Records, 1783-1909 Headright and bounty documents...:

Larkin Cleveland and David Greer
[Image 665]
County of Franklin

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Spencer And Cynthia Pomeroy

Livingston County, New York, Deeds
19 November 1833
Willinks Of The Netherlands, Grantors
Spencer Pomeroy, Grantee

...lying on the Genesee River...Ezra Holmes, Junior...Walter Whitcomb...Silas B. Whitcomb...Walter White...James Millroy...

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Deed 12-285
19 December 1833
Spencer and Cynthia Pomeroy, Grantors
George Roberts, Grantee

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Clark White, Et Al

New York, Land Records, Allegany Deeds:

86-595 (Image 309)
18 November 1869
Clark White and Wife And Others
Henry A. Richmond
Lot #124

...Clark White and Tryphena, his wife; Dugald White and Lydia, his wife; George White and Ann, his wife; Samuel White and Lydia, his wife; Serena Sayles, Minerva Baker by V. C. Baker, her attorney in fact; V. C. Baker and Sophia Hartshorn, a minor, for John Hartshorn her special guardian...of the first part and Henry A. Richmond of Independence, Allegany County, State of New York....heirs at law of Samuel S. White, deceased.....

An excerpt from the Ray's Place website gives some background on Samuel S. White and his heirs:

Samuel S. White, born Oct. 17, 1796, in Hopkinton, R. I., removed with his father to Alfred, married Nancy Teater and came to Independence in 1819, settled on lot 50 where he remained until his death, Sep. 4, 1860. Mrs. White died Jan. 25, 1863. Mr. White built the first hotel in Whitesville. conducted it and a store for several years, was a large dealer in cattle, an extensive farmer and and owner.

His was the first framed house in Whitesville. His children were Dugald C., the first child born in the town, Clark, Serena Cynthia, Sophia, George S., Minerva and Samuel E. 4 survive, 3 live near the place of their birth.