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ENTRY YEAR MONTH DAY NO. FIRSTNATIONSURRENDERING OTHERSURRENDERER LOCATIONNAME COUNTY INDEXTEXT PAGE VOLUME
176 1872 1 18 126 CHIPPEWA CARADOC TOWNSHIP MIDDLESEX (CANADA SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY)—BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. RIGHT OF WAY. PARTS OF LOTS 3 (3 43/100 ACRES), 4 (5 62/100 ACRES) AND 5 (2 91/100 ACRES), RANGE 2, PARTS OF LOTS 5 (2 1/100 ACRES), 6 (5 12/100 ACRES), 7 (5 12/100 ACRES) AND 8 (3/100 OF AN ACRE), RANGE 3, PARTS OF LOTS 8 (4 67/100 ACRES), 9 (5 60/100 ACRES) AND 10 (1 97/100 ACRES), RANGE 4, AND PART OF LOT 11 (6 18/100 ACRES), RANGE 5, CARADOC TOWNSHIP, MIDDLESEX COUNTY 294 I
199 1872 1 18 126 CHIPPEWA CARADOC TOWNSHIP MIDDLESEX BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. RIGHT OF WAY OF CANADA SOUTHERN RAILWAY. PARTS OF LOTS 3 (3 42/100 ACRES), 4 (5 62/100 ACRES) AND 5 (2 91/100 ACRES) AND 8 (3/100 OF AN ACRE), RANGE 3, PARTS OF LOTS 8 (4 67/100 ACRES), 9 (5 60/100 ACRES) AND 10 (1 97/100 AGRES), RANGE 4 AND PART OF LOT 11 (6 18/100 ACRES), RANGE 5 294 I
299 1872 1 18 126 CHIPPEWA/OJIBBEWA CARADOC TOWNSHIP MIDDLESEX RIGHT OF WAY OF CANADA SOUTHER RAILWAY. PART SOF LOTS 3 (3 42/100 ACRES), 4 (5 62/100 ACRES) AND 5 (2 91/100 ACRES), RANGE 2, PARTS OF LOTS 5 (2 4/100 ACRES), 6 (5 12/100 ACRES), 7 (5 12/100 ACRES) AND 8 (3/100 OF AN ACRE),. RANGE 3, PARTS OF LOTS 8 (4 67/100 CACRES), 9 (5 60/100 ACRES) AND 10 (1 97/100 ACRES), RANGE 5, CARADOC TOWNSHIP, MIDDLESEX COUNTY 294 I

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  1. Canada Department of Indian Affairs. Indian Treaties and Surrenders, from 1680-1890. Ottawa: S.E. Dawson printer to the King’s most excellent majesty, 1905.