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The 1816 Nelson Township Assessment, Halton Co. Gore District

Transcribed by Fred Blair
March 25, 2013

There were a number of columns on the assessment form.  The name column was not labelled and 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.  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.

This transcription recorded the person’s name, the amount of uncultivated and cultivated acreage, and the transcriber’s remarks on the spelling of names found in other sources, including the 1818 Nelson Township Assessment.

If you find a name of interest in the list below, you may download the 1816 Nelson Township Assessment pdf file for full details.

Mosses McCay   
Henry Huffman   
George Calvert   
William Chisholm   
Gilbert Bastedo   
William MCay   
Robert Best       
Caleb Hopkins       
Elisha Barnes       
Charls Stewert       
John Will       
Isaac Carrall       
Daniel Will       
John Shierman       
Abram Leebar       
Melal Pearson       
Peter thomes       
John Willifiel       
John Ceaver       
Robert Luckies   
Daniel Hopkins   
Peter Smith       
William Nelvill   
Robert Hopkins
William Chisholm   
George Will       
Paul Cripps       
William McCharles   
Hugh MLaren       
Lynes Peek       
Nicholas Cramer   
John Maene       
Philip Teeple       
Luckie Teeple       
Chrisopher Teeple   
Rorbert Albertson   
James Hunter
Lovina Bates
John Multy
James A Markle
Oliver Butte       
Matthias Simarman   
Ephraim Venorman   
Abrham Venorman   
Thomas Corinne   
James Loughee   
Thomas Cetteinsen   
William Triller   
Samuel Hegges   
Clement Lucas   
Thomas Lemon   
John Sueerene       
William Bates       
John Brant       
William Cask?       
Augustus Bates   
James Martin       
Ralph Mordin       
Asyl Davis       
Thomas Gant       
Nicholes Karns   
Michael Grote       
Jacob Karns       
Robert MCormick   
Ebinezer Guire   
John Laefler
Amos Stefor       
Abel Steford
John MCarty       
Prederis Prisly
John Cheenbers   
Isaac W Veinorman   
Philip Triller       
Peter MColom       

George Hill signed that seventy-four persons had the property recorded in the assessment.


 
 

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