Ontario Government Record Series RG 1-386
3 volumes of textual records
Series consists of registers documenting clergy reserve sales between 1829 and 1924.
In July 1827 an act was passed by the Imperial Parliament authorising the sale of part of the clergy reserves of Upper Canada. Sales in any one year were not to exceed 100,000 acres, nor was the land sold to exceed 1/4 of the total clergy reserve allotment. Peter Robinson, Commissioner of Crown Lands, was named agent for sales. Terms of payment were outlined in a report of the Executive Council prepared in 1828 and were revised over subsequent years.
Entries are grouped together by township and record: the date of the sale; the name of the purchaser; the location (lot and concession) and acreage of the reserve; the sale number; and a certificate number. Some entries are annotated with the letter "P", perhaps for "purchase" or "patent".
A township index is found at the front of each volume.
Click on the link(s) below for more information.Canada (Province). Crown Lands Dept. Ontario. Dept. of Crown Lands Ontario. Dept. of Lands and Mines Ontario. Dept. of Lands, Forests and Mines Ontario. Dept. of Lands and Forests
Other records relating to the sale of clergy reserves can be found in Series RG 1-21, Returns and statements relating to the sale of Crown lands and clergy reserves and throughout RG 1.
Volume RG 1-386-0-1 formerly was RG 1 C-III-3, volume 1.
Volume RG 1-386-0-2 formerly was RG 1 C-III-3, volume 2.
Volume RG 1-386-0-3 formerly was RG 1 C-III-3, volume 3.
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.
|Crown Lands Department (AA100)|
|Department of Crown Lands (AA49)|
|Department of Lands and Mines (AA50)|
|Department of Lands, Forests and Mines (AA51)|
|Department of Lands and Forests (AA52)|
Volume RG 1-386-0-1 covers the period 1829 to 1845. Volume RG 1-386-0-2 covers the period 1845 to 1856. Volume RG 1-386-0-3 covers the period 1856 to 1924. To view all volumes, use self-service microfilm MS 693, reel 190. Please note that microfilmed records are identified by their former reference codes.
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