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The 1816 Trafalgar Township Assessment, Halton Co. Gore District

Transcription 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 transcriber’s comments appear in square brackets.

The three columns provided were:

  • Name
  • Uncultivated
  • Arable or Cultivated

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.

Barnet Griggs*       
William Lawrance*       
John Cline           
John Gable*           
Henry Bartley    [Bentley?]   
Henry Cronkrite       
Henry Shook           
David Snider*           
Samuel Marlatt*       
Peter Covenhoven* [also Co
Samuel Covenhoven       
Henry Carpenter
Henry Leppord       
Frederic Anker*       
David Trowbridge*       
Jacob Huffman*       
William Tisdale       
Peter Kenney Senr*       
Henry Morden           
Timothy Robins       
John Denice           
Nathaniel Cornell* [Cornwell]
John Finch*           
Wiliam Kaiting       
John Phillips           
John Jones*           
James Thomson*       
Ephraim Post           
Wiliam Rose*           
Isaiah Millard*       
George McKinley*       
Simonson Smith       
John Smith*           
John Phenix*           
Ezekiel Post*           
Michael Snider       
Jacob Kemp           
David Owenson       
Daniel Mun* [Munn]       
David Kenney*       
James Bigger*           
Michael Buck*       
Phillip Triller*           
Lockwood Street*       
Benjamin Smith*       
Bildad Simons*       
Daniel Curtis           
Phillip Sovereigen       
Andrew Lebar           
Wiliam Rible [Ribble]       
Mahlen Bray*           
James Hinton           
John Hinton*           
Peter Kenney Jr.*       
John Kating*           
Charls Bigger*   
Wiliam McCrany       
David P. Utter           
Henry Cale           
Corneles [Cornelius] Tip*   
Joseph Smith*           
Jonathan Stanton*       
John Wilkens           
Robert Wilkens*       
James Davidson*       
Duncan McQueen*       
Edmond Decoo*       
Sampson Howel*   
Epraim Hopkins*       
Henry Louks           
William Smith*       
Elizabeth Hull           
Absalom Smith*   
Phillip Buck*           
Edward Clark           
Thomas Kindred       
Charles Teetzel       
Peter Uptegrove*       
James McBride*       
James Hopperd*       
John C. Harris           
Laurance Hager       

* 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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