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ENTRY YEAR MONTH DAY NO. FIRSTNATIONSURRENDERING OTHERSURRENDERER LOCATIONNAME COUNTY INDEXTEXT PAGE VOLUME
139 1888 7 6 260 OTONABEE TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH (BOTSFORD, HON. AMOS EDWIN)—PART OF OTONABEE TOWNSHIP, PETERBOROUGH COUNTY (1,120 ACRES) 244 II
489 1888 7 6 260 OTONABEE TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH (EDWARDS, ELIHU BURRITT)--PART OF OTONABEE TOWNSHIP, PETERBOROUGH COUNTY (1,120 ACRES). FOR NEW ENGLAND COMPANY 244 II
795 1888 7 6 260 OTONABEE TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH (MEYER, JAMES)--PART OF OTONABEE TOWNSHIP, PETERBOROUGH COUNTY (1,120 ACRES) 244 II
912 1888 7 6 260 REV. EDWARD RIDDELL ROBERTS, HON. AMOS E. BOTTSFORD, ELIHU BURRITT EDWARDS, JAMES MEYER AND GEORGE MORRICE ROGERS OTONABEE TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH COUNTY NEW ENGLAND COMPANY -- BY REV. EDWARD RIDDELL ROBERTS, HON. AMOS E. BOTTSFORD, ELIHU BURRITT EDWARDS, JAMES MEYER AND GEORGE MORRICE ROGER, TRUSTEES. PART OF OTONABEE TOWNSHIP, PETERBOROUGH COUNTY (1,120 ACRES) 244 II
989 1888 7 6 260 REV. EDWARD RIDDELL ROBERTS, HON. AMOS E. BOTTSFORD, ELIHU BURRITT EDWARDS, JAMES MEYER AND GEORGE MORRICE ROGER OTONABEE TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH COUNTY BY REV. EDWARD RIDDELL ROBERTS, HON. AMOS E. BOTSFORD, ELIHU BURRITT EDWARDS, JAMES MEYER AND GEORGE MORRICE ROGER. ELEVEN HUNDRED AND TWENTY ACRES ON RICE LAKE AND OTONABEE RIVER. FOR NEW ENGLAND COMPANY 244 II
1061 1888 7 6 260 REV. EDWARD RIDDELL ROBERTS OTONABEE TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH COUNTY REV EDWARD RIDDELL ROBERTS -- PART OF OTONABEE TOWNSHIP, PETERBOROUGH COUNTY (1,120 ACRES) 244 II
1067 1888 7 6 260 OTONABEE TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH COUNTY GEORGE MORRICE ROGER -- PART OF OTONABEE TOWNSHIP, PETERBOROUGH COUNTY (1,120 ACRES). FOR NEW ENGLAND COMPANT 244 II
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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.