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ENTRY YEAR MONTH DAY NO. FIRSTNATIONSURRENDERING OTHERSURRENDERER LOCATIONNAME COUNTY INDEXTEXT PAGE VOLUME
92 1831 6 6 33 JOHN JOHNSON CLAUS INNISFIL TOWNSHIP SIMCOE (BABY, HON. JAMES)—BY JOHN JOHNSON CLAUS. LOTS 16, 18, 19, 21 AND SOUTH 1/2 OF 14, CON. 4, INNISFIL TOWNSHIP, SIMCOE COUNTY. FOR SIX NATION INDIANS 32 I
368 1831 6 6 33 INNISFIL TOWNSHIP SIMCOE (CLAUS, JOHN JOHNSON)--LOT 16, 18, 19, 21 AND SOUTH 1/2 OF 14, CON. 4, INNISFIL TOWNSHIP, SIMCOE COUNTY. TO HON. JAMES BABY, HON. JOHN HENRY DUNN, AND HON. GEORGE HERCHMER MARKLAND. FOR SIX NATION INDIANS 82 I
470 1831 6 6 33 JOHN JOHNSON CLAUS INNISFIL TOWNSHIP SIMCOE (DUNN, HON. JOHN HENRY)--BY JOHN JOHNSON CLAUS. LOT 16, 18, 19, 21, AND SOUTH 1/2 OF 14, CON. 4, INNISFIL TOWNSHIP, SIMCOE COUNTY. FOR SIX NATION INDIANS 82 I
629 1831 6 6 33 JOHN JOHNSON CLAUS INNISFIL TOWNSHIP SIMCOE BY JOHN JOHNSON CLAUS. LOTS 16, 18, 19, 21 AND SOUTH 1/2 OF 14, CON. 4. TO HON. JAMES BABY, HON. JOHN HENRY DUNN AND HON. GEORGE HERCHMER MARKLAND. FOX SIX NATION INDIANS 82 I
770 1831 6 6 33 JOHN JOHNSON CLAUS INNISFIL TOWNSHIP SIMCOE (MARKLAND, HON. GEORGE HERCHMER)--BY JOHN JOHNSON CLAUS. LOTS 16, 18, 19, 21 AND SOUTH 1/2 OF 14, CON. 4, INNISFIL TOWNSHIP, SIMCOE COUNTY. FOR SIX NATION INDIANS 82 I
1180 1831 6 6 33 JOHN JOHNSON CLAUS INNISFIL TOWNSHIP SIMCOE COUNTY SIX NATION INDIANS -- BY JOHN JOHNSON CLAUS. LOTS 16, 18, 19 AND 21 AND SOUTH 1/2 OF 14, CON. 4, INNISFIL TOWNSHIP, SIMCOE COUNTY 82 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.