Ontario Government Record Series RG 1-58
72 metres of textual records
Series consists of a miscellaneous group of land-related records, which have been arranged by township name, then by concession and lot or by town name and lot number. Under any lot for which documents are available, researchers may find the following: copies of orders-in-council; copies of location certificates and location tickets; copies of assignments; certificates verifying the completion of settlement duties; copies of receipt; copies of descriptions; and copies of patents; and copies of incoming correspondence.
Click on the link(s) below for more information.Quebec (Province, 1763-1791). Surveyor General's Office Upper Canada. Surveyor General's Office Canada (Province). Crown Lands Dept. Ontario. Dept. of Crown Lands
This series was succeeded by Series RG 1-246, Numeric land files system, which contains similar pre-patent records covering the period 1853-1915.
Series consists of a miscellaneous collection of documents relating to land which were brought together by staff of the Department of Lands and Forests as a means of sorting and arranging otherwise unrelated land records. If an individual document dealt specifically with a particular piece of property and did not appear to fit within another records series, it was placed within the Township Papers. After the series was transferred to the Archives of Ontario, staff archivists continued to file miscellaneous material within the series.
The series is now closed to accruals.
Series RG 1-58 formerly was Series RG 1 C-IV.
These records were created by the following Ontario government agency or agencies. Click on the agency reference code for information about this agency and other records it created.
|Surveyor General's Office (BA139)|
|Surveyor General's Office (BA84)|
|Crown Lands Department (AA100)|
|Department of Crown Lands (AA49)|
First consult the list of the contents of microfilm reels, then retrieve the appropriate reel of self-service microfilm.
Please note that microfilmed records are identified by their former reference codes.
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