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ENTRY YEAR MONTH DAY NO. FIRSTNATIONSURRENDERING OTHERSURRENDERER LOCATIONNAME COUNTY INDEXTEXT PAGE VOLUME
1633 1892 4 28 307 JOHN PEASLEE BADGER DUNDEE TOWNSHIP HUNTINGDON COUNTY BY JOHN PEASLEE BADGER. LOT 10, CHENAL RANGE (59 ACRES, 2 ROODS, 38 PER) 48
1684 1892 4 28 307 JOHN PEASLEE BADGER DUNDEE TOWNSHIP HUNTINGDON COUNTY (JOHN PEASLEE BADGER) LOT 10, CHENAL RANGE, DUNDEE TP., HUNTINGDON COUNTY, QUE. (59 ACRES, 2 ROODS, 38 PER.) 48

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Date: 1892/04/28

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Transcribed Source Document

No. 307


On this twenty-eighth day of the month of April, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two, in the afternoon.

Before Mtre. Israel Isaie Crevier, undersigned Public Notary for the Province of Quebec, in the Dominion of Canada, residing in the Parish of St. Anicet, in the district of Beauharnois.

Personally appeared, John Peaslee Badger, of Malone, in the State of New York, United States, attorney at law, and Dame Emily-Elizabeth Phelps, his wife, whom he doth hereby well and duly authorize for all the purposes hereof

Who did and do hereby bargain, sell, assign, surrender, renounce, release, abandon, and quit-claim from this day, henceforth and forever, with full warranty against all troubles and causes of troubles and eviction whatsoever, unto Her Majesty Queen Victoria, and to Her Heirs and Successors, all that property known and designated on the official plan and book of reference of the township of Dundee, in the said Province of Quebec, as lot Number ten, on the chenal range, in the said township, containing by admeasurement fifty-nine acres, two roods, and thirty-eight perches in superficies, more or less, with all the appurtenances thereon and thereunto belonging.

To be by Her Majesty the Queen and Her Heirs and Successors held and enjoyed in full property from this day, to take possession thereof immediately.

The hereby sold premises belong to the said vendors under and by virtue of a Patent granted by Her Majesty the Queen, on the first day of September in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one.

The Present Surrender, Sale, release, and quit-claim is thus made for and in consideration of the price and sum of two thousand six hundred and forty-three dollars and sixty cents, currency, which the said vendors acknowledge to have received from Her Majesty the Queen, before the execution hereof, whereof quit.

Under and by virtue of these presents, Her Majesty the Queen and Her Heirs and Successors is or are and shall remain duly subrogated in all the rights, claims, interests, demands resulting or accruing to said vendors in, to or upon the hereby sold premises, from the aforesaid Patent or any other title whatsoever.

Whereof Acte: Thus done and passed at Dundee aforesaid, under the Number seven thousand nine hundred and ninety-eight in the Repertory of said Notary, on the day, month, and year first above written and after reading made to the said parties according to law, they have signed with me, Notary.


(Signed)

John P. Badger

Emily E. Phelps

I. I. Crevier N.P.


A true copy of the original hereof remaining of record in the undersigned Notary’s office.


I. I. Crevier N.P.


I certify this document was received at the Registry Office of the County of Huntingdon, on the Second day of May one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two at Nine o’clock in the forenoon, and is recorded in Register B volume 18 page 724 under number 19837.


And. Somerville


Registrar.

Recorded 8th July 1892.

Liber 135, Folio 450


L. A. Catellier

Dep: Registrar General of Canada.

  1. Canada. Indian Treaties and Surrenders from No. 281 to No. 483. CIHM/ICMH Digital Series = CIHM/ICMH Collection Numérisée. Ottawa: C.H. Parmelee, 1912.