42.5

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ENTRY YEAR MONTH DAY NO. FIRSTNATIONSURRENDERING OTHERSURRENDERER LOCATIONNAME COUNTY INDEXTEXT PAGE VOLUME
39 1836 3 10 42.5 GEORGE STRANGE BOULTON ALNWICK TOWNSHIP NORTHUMBERLAND BY GEORGE STRANGE BOULTON. LOT 7, CON. 2. TO HON. JOHN HENRY DUNN, HON. GEORGE HERCHMER MARKLAND AND WILLIAM HEPBURN. FOR MISSISSAGUA INDIANS 104 I
140 1836 3 10 42.5 ALNWICK TOWNSHIP NORTHUMBERLAND (BOULTON, GEORGE STRANGE)—LOT 7, CON. 2, ALNWICK TOWNSHIP, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. TO HON. JOHN HENRY DUNN, HON. GEORGE HERCHMER MARKLAND AND WILLIAM HEPBURN. FOR MISSISSAGUA INDIANS 104 I
472 1836 3 10 42.5 GEORGE STRANGE BOULTON ALNWICK TOWNSHIP NORTHUMBERLAND (DUNN, HON. JOHN HENRY)--BY GEORGE STRANGE BOULTON. LOT 7, CON. 2, ALNWICK TOWNSHIP, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. FOR MISSISSAGUA INDIANS 104 I
601 1836 3 10 42.5 GEORGE STRANGE BOULTON ALNWICK TOWNSHIP NORTHUMBERLAND (HEPBURN, WILLIAM)--BY GEORGE STRANGE BOULTON. LOT 7, CON. 2, ALNWICK TOWNSHIP, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. FOR MISSISSAGUA INDIANS 104 I
774 1836 3 10 42.5 GEORGE STRANGE BOULTON ALNWICK TOWNSHIP NORTHUMBERLAND (MARKLAND, HON. GEORGE HERCHMER)--BY GEORGE STRANGE BOULTON. LOT 7, CON. 2, ALNWICK TOWNSHIP, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. FOR MISSISSAGUA INDIANS 104 I
829 1836 3 10 42.5 MISSISSAGUA GEORGE STRANGE BOULTON ALNWICK TOWNSHIP NORTHUMBERLAND BY GEORGE STRANGE BOULTON. LOT 17, CON. 2, ALNWICK TOWNSHIP, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. TO HON. JOHN HENRY DUNN, HON. GEORGE HERCHMER MARKLAND AND WILLIAM HEPBURN 104 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.