Monday, January 21, 2019

Josiah Gold, Administrator, Deed K-381


K-381 (Image 199)
Filed February 1st, 1864
Josiah Gold admin. and c. (per 1861 petition)
of the estate of Josiah Gold, Sr., deceased
To
John W. Mitchell

Next item on Page:
January 21, 1861
Josiah Gold, admin.
VS.
Martha Gold Sr., John Gold, Robert Hawkins and Mary Hawkins, Richard L. Gold, Martha Gold, Jr., Henryetta Skelton, Wm. H. Dickens Elizabeth Dickens Josiah L. Dickens, Martha J. Dickens Mary W. Dickens and N.S. Brown Dickens heirs-at-law of Josiah Gold, dec'd

Saturday, January 19, 2019

Saline County, Deed T-219


Abstracted onsite:

Saline County, Illinois, Deed
T-219
19 January 1869
M. B. and Mary Johnson
To
John A. Groves

Friday, January 18, 2019

Suffolk County, Ontario, Canada


Source 1878 Partial Map of Ontario Including Kent And Middlesex Counties*

Source

A description of Ontario, Canada, Counties from the "Short sketches...:
...by proclamation dated 16th July, 1792, divided the Province of Upper Canada into nineteen Counties, namely: Glengarry, Stormont, Dundas, Grenville, Leeds, Frontenac, Ontario, Addington, Lennox, Prince Edward, Hastings, Northumberland, Durham, York, Lincoln, Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Kent...

The County of Essex was the adjoining County to Kent...to the Northwest boundary of the County of Suffolk." 

According to Wikipedia, Suffolk County existed in Canada from 1792 to 1800:

*Suffolk County (1792–1800) formed in 1792 with Ontario County, in 1800 it was split into the Counties of Kent and Middlesex. During its short existence it was made up of Delaware Township, Westminster Township, most of North Dorchester Township and the rest Indian land.



Thursday, January 17, 2019

Hugh Cameron Of Amherstburg


Heir and Devisee - H-1153 (Image 127):

Source

#39. Hugh Cameron
Town of Amherstburg
Wednesday, 15th January 1851
Claims as Assignee of John Williamson,
Eldest son and heir-at-law of
David Williamson, deceased,
Assignee of William Hutchins, also deceased
Lot 10
East side of Apsley(?) Street
Amherstburg

Cross-posted at Cameron Collections