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Ontario Assessment Records
The 1818 Ancaster Township Assessment , Wentworth Co., Home District
Transcribed by Fred Blair with Remarks by the transcriber.
March 26, 2013
There were a number of columns on the assessment form. Other than the name column, the other columns with regular entries were Acres of Land, Uncultivated and Arable Pasture or Meadow, Horses at Three Years Old and Upwards, Oxen at Four Years Old and Upwards, Milch Cows, and Horned Cattle from Two to Four. The acreage was recorded in the Home District and not necessarily in Ancaster Twp. A few men had acreage in other districts and some men had taxable houses, mills, and merchant shops. Assessment calculations were made in some of the empty columns.
Only the Name column was transcribed. Remarks by the transcriber are in the second column.
Henry Almas Almost in 1816
Abraham Van Sickle
Christopher Trowbrig Trowbridge
David Mirs Myers in 1816
Israel Doddy Dawdy in 1816
Coon Rod Filman Conrad
John G Moyer
William Shac? Shackleton in 1816
John D Weaver
Adrews & Teasdale
Matthew Crooks & Co
John W McIntyre
Isaac Merkle Markle
William Mirckle Junr Markle
Saml Bombargo Bomberger in 1816
Andw H Kitchen
John Bottinhamr Bottenheymer in 1816
G? Howell Garret in 1816
John H Wilkins
Isaac Van Sickle
Lambert Van Sickle
Anthony Meller Miller?
Engl John Smith
Isaac Van Sickle Sr
Coon Rod Book Conrad
Richd Hatt Esqr
William Mercle Sr Markle
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