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Meaning of "Lot D" in Charlottenburg SSRR

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Re: Meaning of "Lot D" in Charlottenburg SSRR

Posted: 22 Jun 2013 7:19AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: GRANT DINGWALL
Hi and thanks.
I've found it on the bigger map and compared it to the listing of lots from the McNiff map. Those lots did not have either letters or numbers on the original grantee listing. It just says they are south of the River Raisin and north of Sir John Johnson's land. Very odd.
I am now trying to connect some people there to grantees in 1801-3 period in 2nd Cons. SSRR. James DINGWALL, on the McNiff list and the Provisioning lists definitely connects to GRANT families on lots 15 E & W in 2nd SSRR group. And, although he is not on the McNiff list in that location, Alexander GRANT of KRRNY was on lot D in 1833 according to a war loss claim.
My goal now is to figure out whether the Alex GRANT, patentee of lot 15 W in 2nd SSRR, was the same man. (James DINGWELL's daughter married Alex GRANT of 15 W's son).
Now that I know where Lot D was, I can send for the Land Abstracts for both halves. Maybe I'll be lucky.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
joyweave 18 Jun 2013 3:51PM GMT 
BresPet 22 Jun 2013 11:41AM GMT 
joyweave 22 Jun 2013 1:19PM GMT 
young1451 24 Jun 2013 6:27PM GMT 
joyweave 24 Jun 2013 7:08PM GMT 
joyweave 29 Jun 2013 1:49PM GMT 
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