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ENTRY YEAR MONTH DAY NO. FIRSTNATIONSURRENDERING OTHERSURRENDERER LOCATIONNAME COUNTY INDEXTEXT PAGE VOLUME
148 1830 4 19 30 SIX NATIONS BRANTFORD TOWNSHIP BRANT BY SIX NATION INDIANS. PART OF CITY OF BRANT (807 ACRES) 76 I
1176 1830 4 19 30 SIX NATION CITY OF BRANTFORD, BRANTFORD TOWNSHIP BRANT COUNTY SIX NATION INDIANS -- PART OF CITY OF BRANTFORD, BRANTFORD TOWNSHIP, BRANT COUNTY (807 ACRES) 76 I

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No. 30.


This Indenture, made the nineteenth day of April, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty, between Jacob Ayonghwahtha, Henry Brant Dekanagwasen, Jacob Shoriahowane, Lawrence Tharon-tenh-tha, Icak Teghennakarine, Moses Shohsgoarowane, Joseph Dwaserage, Petter Kanongwaheye, Otatseghte, Waderieyos, Awennoxsonton, Teghatkahthos, Skanawatigh, Onesehaen, Skayentaken, Oghnawara, Oghrenhregowa, Kahnehdage, Kanouhgeritawi, Kanayegh, Dekenyough, Dewatiron, Deyotoreghgon, Skawenatigh, Kahwisdanoro, Dekarahgwen, Dayekawehe, Kayonanoron, Teatup, and Henry A. Hill, the Sachems and Chiefs of the Six Nations of Indians, done at our Council fire, of the one part, and our Sovereign Lord George the Fourth, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, of the other part, Witnesseth that in consideration of the sum of five shillings of lawful money of Upper Canada by Our said Sovereign Lord the King, well and truly paid to the said Jacob Ayonghwahtha, Henry Brant Dekanagwasen, Jacob Shoriahowane, Lawrence Tharon-tehn-tha, Icak Teghennakarine, Moses Shohsgoarowane, Joseph Dwaserage, Petter Kanongwaheye, Otatseghte, Waderieyos, Awennoxsonton, Teghatkahthos, Skanawatigh, Onesehaen, Skayentaken, Oghnawara, Oghronhregowa, Kahnehdage, Kanowhgeritawi, Kanayegh, Dekenyough, Dewatiron, Deyotoreghgon, Skawenatigh, Kahwisdanoro, Dekarahgwen, Dayekawehe, Kayonanoron, Teatup and Henry A. Hill, at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, they the said Jacob Ayonghwahtha, Henry Brant Dekanagwasen, Jacob Shoriahowane, Lawrence Tharon-tenh-tha, Icak Teghennakarine, Moses Shohsgoarowane, Joseph Dwaserage, Petter Kanongwaheye, Osatseghte, Waderieyos, Awennoxsonton, Teghatkahthos, Skanawatigh, Onesehaen, Skayentaken, Oghnawara, Oghronhregowa, Kahnehdage, Kanouhgeritawi, Kanayegh, Dekenyough, Dewatiron, Deyotoreghgon, Skawenatigh, Kahwisdanoro, Dekarahgwen, Dayekawehe, Kayonanoron, Teatup, and Henry A. Hill have and each of them hath granted, bargained, sold, released, surrendered and yielded up, and by these presents do and each of them doth grant, bargain, sell, release, surrender and yield up unto Our said Sovereign Lord the King, His heirs and successors, all that certain parcel or tract of land situate, lying and being in the County of Wentworth, in the District of Gore, containing by estimation eight hundred and seven acres, be the same more or less, and which said parcel or tract of land is butted and bounded, or may be otherwise known as follows, that is to say : Commencing where a stake has been planted on the north side of the road leading from the Grand River bridge through the village of Brantford towards Ancaster, now called Colborne street, and fifty links on a line bearing north five degrees thirty minutes west magnetically from the north-west angle of the Mohawk Parsonage ground ; thence north eighteen degrees thirty minutes east magnetically, seventy-nine chains forty-five links, more or less, to a white oak tree; thence south eighty-four degrees thirty minutes west magnetically eighty-two chains twenty-eight links, more or less, to where a stake has been planted on the eastern boundary line of William Kenedy Smith’s land ; thence south twenty-seven degrees thirty minutes west magnetically along the said boundary line fifty-nine chains twenty-six links, more or less, to a certain stone, and northern extremity of Robert Biggar’s land ; thence south fifteen degrees west magnetically along the eastern boundary line of the said Robert Biggar’s land twenty-eight chains fifty links, more or less, to where a stake has been planted at high water mark on the north side of the Grand -River, or Ouse ; thence along the northern bank of the said river with the stream to a certain white oak tree standing at high water mark sixty-four links below the outlet of Nathan Gage’s saw-mill race ; thence north twenty-five degrees fifteen minutes east magnetically twenty-four chains thirty links, more or less, to where a stake has been planted at high water mark on the south bank of a certain cove ; thence along the south bank of the said cove with the stream fourteen chains eight links, more or less, to a cluster of soft maple trees; thence north thirty-four degrees forty minutes east magnetically eight chains, more or less, to a certain white oak tree standing on the summit of the main bank on the north side of the said cove ; then north five degrees thirty minutes west magnetically seven chains fifty-five links, more or less, to within four chains of the south side of the aforesaid road, or Colborne street ; thence north eighty-four degrees thirty minutes east magnetically, and parallel to the said road or street, forty-five chains four links, more or less, to the eastern limit of the said Mohawk Parsonage ground ; thence north five degrees thirty minutes west magnetically five chains, more or less, to the place of beginning. Together with all the woods and waters thereon standing or being, and all the estate, right, title, interest, trust, property, claim and demand whatsoever, either at law or in equity, of them the said Jacob Ayonghwahtha, Henry Brant Dekanagwasen, Jacob Shoriahowane, Lawrence Tharon-tenh-tha, Icak Teghennakarine, Moses Shohsgoarowane, Joseph Dwaserage, Petter Kanongwaheye, Otatseghte, Waderieyos, Awennoxonton, Teghatkahthos, Skanawatigh, Onesehaen, Skayentaken, Oghnawara, Oghronhregowa, Kahnehdage, Kanoughgeritawi, Kanayegh, Dekenyough, Dewatiron, Deyotoreghgon, Skawenatigh, Kahwisdanoro, Dekarahgwen, Dayekawehe, Kayonanoron, Teatup and Henry A. Hill, of, in, to or out of the same, to have and to hold the said parcel or tract of land and premises hereby granted, surrendered and yielded up unto Our said Sovereign Lord the King, His heirs, successors and assigns, to the only proper use, benefit and behoof of Our said Lord the King, His heirs, successors and assigns, forever.

In Witness Whereof, we, the said grantors, have to these presents set our hands and seals the day and year above written.


Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of:  


J. Brant, Supt. Six Nations.

W. Holme, J.P.

James Racey, J.P.

Lewis Burwell,

John Norton.


Jacob Ayonghwahtha, [L.S.]

Henry Brant Dekanagwasen, [L.S.]

Jacob Shoriahowane, [L.S.]

Lawrence Tharon-tenh-tha, [L.S.]

Icak Teghenna-karine, [L.S.]

Moses Shohsgoarowane, [L.S.]

Joseph Dwaserage, [L.S.]

Petter Kanongwaheye, [L.S.]

Otatseghte, [L.S.]

Waderieyos, [L.S.]

Awennoxsonton, [L.S.]

Teghatkahthos, [L.S.]

Skanawatigh, [L.S.]

Onesehaen, [L.S.]

Skayentaken, [L.S.]

Oghnawara, [L.S.]

Oghrenhregowa, [L.S.]

Kahnehdage, [L.S.]

Kanouhgeritawi, [L.S.]

Kanayegh, [L.S.]

Dekenyough, [L.S.]

Dewatiron, [L.S.]

Deyotoreghgon, [L.S.]

Skawenatigh, [L.S.]

Kahwisdanoro, [L.S.]

Dekarahgwen, [L.S.]

Dayekawehe, [L.S.]

Kayonanoron, [L.S.]

Teatup, [L.S.]

Henry A. Hill, [L.S.]


Received from Our Sovereign Lord King George the Fourth, the sum of five shillings of lawful money, being the full consideration money within specified to be paid to us.


Witness : —

J. Brant, Supt. Six Nations.

W. Holme, J.P.

James Racey, J.P.

Lewis Burwell,


Henry A. Hill,

Jacob Ayonghwahtha,

Icak Teghenna-karine,

Joseph Dwaserage,

Kajhnightagigh,

Skayentaken,

Dekenyough,

  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.