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Ontario Assessment Records
The 1816 Trafalgar Township Assessment, Halton Co. Gore DistrictTranscription from the Oakville Public Library Microfilm
by Fred Blair
for the Trafalgar Historical Society,
November 22, 2012.
This transcription was made from set of photocopies from the microfilm. The photocopies and transcription help were provided by Jane E. Watt of Heritage Mississauga. The title, column headings, and most of the columns were not photocopied. Having the Lot and Concession numbers would have been most beneficial. Many of these numbers would probably be the same as those in the 1823 Assessment, which I have included. The transcriberâ€™s comments appear in square brackets.
The three columns provided were:
If you find your ancestor on the list of names below, you may download the Trafalgar Assessment 1816 pdf file with full details for each person.
Henry Bartley [Bentley?]
Peter Covenhoven* [also Co
Peter Kenney Senr*
Nathaniel Cornell* [Cornwell]
Daniel Mun* [Munn]
Wiliam Rible [Ribble]
Peter Kenney Jr.*
David P. Utter
Corneles [Cornelius] Tip*
John C. Harris
* These 47 men appear to be the same men who served in the 2nd Regiment of York Militia during the War of 1812.
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