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.12b" cif thr (bounty...oo 00 Spriuubrook 08 .-ville Oerrj West Dixie Kdnjonton Kirst Settlement Fra.hurchville.1 120 04 W.-rniore Toronto Township 1 (lore of Toronto 47-101 TuUamore "\'iotoria (Truhamsville ff nil •nvillc 1U4 .-cr's Corner..iunty 127 IH' Ill 11 11 • Cheltenham (Jhin^uacousy <...'^ Mount "VVolfe 1 .. .iidhill i 01 .^lunicipal Councilors Ur 70 Port Credit 72 72 73 27-73 .120 .-ailoy Mills 100 Strectsvilio 00 Smumcrville ' 112 113 113 Ill IM 117 117 l-2t-1 17 . Mbion Alloa Alton Belt'ountaine :]4-r)l Judicial Officers 128 104 Holton Boston Brampton Britannia 57 Kidiianagh 57 Liitiits of the 5H Lockton 58 Mackville >^3 Malton S4 Msyfiold tU ?icadow vale ti] County o 105 105 105 lOr1 * (• Burnhanithorpe f'aldwell til Melville Mono Mills I'^t lilT Oalcdon <!alcdon Township i^impljoU's Cross ( 52 3Iount Charles 40-62 3Ioiint Hurst (30 101'.^ .. ».. (Jlairville Kockside Salnionvi]le S:.. 07 Sli.' C. .i ih.3 INDEX.. vtcrvelt s CorricrB .'..olcraine 112 Columbia (Jook.101 T.'M] 874 1 20 lOl! Post Offices liichview i.>7 Sheridan Hl(.swick Ill' <:!laude <'.'lO'J 'astlemore Cataract Tenterville <'harIeston 70 ...Sprin'titield 100 St.

Bros Kunter.. J. C Thomas Wilson^ W 34 131* Woods. . ADVERTISE^IENTS. Scott. L E 13^ 141 THE BRAMPTON PROGRESS. J. The only Conservative paper in the County. & Bryant The liack of Title Inside Front (Jovcr Proaress."'j Phillips Scott. J.INDEX TO. Only One Dollar per year in advance. 135 Front Covei141 1 Watson. Ambror^sc & Bauuistcr Barbt* Brothers Bcynon & Fletcher Burnett. Morphv k Fleming Pcrry. John Woodsi P.' I'mnt Cover 182 Ud 137 Henry Back Ohromatic Priisting House Clarke. Wilsoii. Back Cove)14(t D. Treaduold.^-iil. J).. Back of Title Back of Title 141 Prank. Wm. (Cummins. 8. M M Inside. E & Co Back of 14(» 131 Title 14(( Leslie. P Slack 140 140 14U Facing Title Matthew Dolby H]lliott& ixolcliug-. & Sons James 141 1 8'<. J) Hutton. J Leslie. J4(> i oH Wm K. L &G. J. (Jovti- P Tilt Oowthcr & Bodd& l-]ast. Oiit. Leslie. A. i'agc. D. Haggert.

and Bolton. with an excellent harbor. -with the incorporated Streetsville. in Toronto. it. in the Township of Chingiiacousy./ A /. in the centre of its front. The County Gore. ChinCaledon. and thence town of Collingwood on Lake_ the East the County is bounded on by the County of York. LIMITS OF THE COUNTY. With Lake Ontario in the front. to its present limits. would eeera and first settlemient. Caledon and Albion. Although inferior to in extent one of the smallest counties of Ontario. in Albion. to the north-west part of Caledon. many It lies on the north shore of Lake Ontario. 1873-4:. it is not in natural advantages. In giving a doing this territory full description of the proper to give some accouiit it of. Toronto Chinguacousy. ton and Halton. From Port Credit runs Hurontario Street in a north west- erly direction through the centre of the Townships of Toronto. villages of of Peel comprises the townships of Toronto. FIRST SETTLEMENT. near the to the guacousy and village of Orangeville. and on the west by the Counties of Welling- Huron. which has.its ojrigin County of Feel. Port Credit. and in will be necessary to go back to the last century. Brampton. .-l DIRECTORY OF / ' ^ THE COrXTY OF PEEL. by a variety of changes. The now comprising the County of Peel about eighty years ago formed part of a large dwindled down district. on the north by the Counties of Simcoe and Wellington.

The Home District remained in that condition until in 1852 the institution of districts was virtually abolished. Upper Canada the Home and some years after- Western. were named Lunenburgh. divided into two ridings. 16th July 1792. 1793. and a portion of the inhabitants of Peel wished to have this Couaty set off in the same manner. Nelson. off as a separate county. but the measDistrict Home . or represented by. were united with nd formed part of the West taking in Riding of York until the year 1816 when the Gore District was formed all the Townships of the Home District. Ontario and Peel. Midland. Flamborough. Nassau afterwards called the Home District extended from the mouth of the River Trent. BcA^erly. and some other parts of the present County of Wentworth. and. and Hesse. dated 24th July. Mecklenburgh." In the first session of the first parliament of name of these districts were altered to Eastern. Nassau. east and west. an Act was passed fixing the places for it holding the Courts of Quarter Sessions. West and Riding is indefinite but it is not now r f much importance. laying out the Province into nineteen counties. and as our particular for documents wards. and the late was converted into. It is suffici- ent to say that the Townships of Trafalgar. East and West. then Governor General. counting from the east. and Governor Simcoe assumed the government of Lower Upper Canada. —but us— the Courts for the Wast'^^-n District at Michilimackinac When the Province of Quebec was divided into Upper and Canada. it will be necessary to take notice of some of the proceedings in other parts of the district On the the 27th July. in which was enacted that Courts for the Home District should this does not be holden in the town of concern ! Newark. "so far westerly as to a noiith and — — south line intersecting the extreme projection of Long Point into Lake Erie. and the description of the . Niagara. the Counties of The County of Ontario was soon after set York. west of Toronto Township. he issued a prolamation dated at Kingston. the EaSt to the eastern Riding extending from the County of Durham ary of what bound- now the County of Peel. 1788. locality is This was a pretty extr^nsive not mentioned in official district. Bay of Quinte. dividing the Province so that what was afterv>-ards Upper Canada was divided into four districts. which.: The cerned first subdivision in which it this part —when of the country was con- formed part of the Province of Quebec —was by a proclamation of Lord Dorchester. of which the County of York was is one.

will give some idea of the District. but more particularly of the large Nassau or Home District . on the American side of the River Niagara. E. and it was considered very desirable to ascertain the time and circumstances of the first settlement of that part of the County. and gradually head of Lake Ontario."••" *'':-^'^ n "-- = The greater part of the County of Peel was settled in the year 1819 and following years. were in the possession of the British Government. which resulted in the independence of the United Stutes in 1783. Fort Niagara. all in the extensive district of Nassau. all ?. After the conclusion of the revolutionary war. York ami t establi-^iied And it is very satisfactory to record that when partie. commenced pouring into Canada in the year 1784. the U.vho had maintained their allegiance to theii sovereign and country. In 1791 a range of townships was laid out from the eastern limit of the Nas- sau or Home District to Toronto. and then turned westward towards the Grand and Thames rivers. This excitement was terminated in 1865. At the conclusion of the American war. oflicial This was no easy matter as the Assessment Rolls and other and municipal documents had been destroyed in 1813. settlement The first extract given relates to the very com- mencement of the settlement at Niagara. But nothing yet is accomplished in Toronto except. or the western part by the invasion of the United States army The of it. and Fort Detroit. was made about Niagara. Loyalists and other Americans .: ure was opposed by about an equal number of the people. and a contest arose on the subject. rolled on to the The settlement commenced at Niagara. The of the following extracts from papers in the office of the Surveyor first General of Upper Canada. It was not till Governor Simcoe had fixed upon York as the capitol of Upper Canada that any indication of settlement in this direction was apparent. by the County of Peel being finally separated from as a separate county. so that Fort Niagara was for some years the capital of Upper Canada. and remained so for some time occupied by the military until the boundary line was settled. and continued for some years following. better so. which continued for several years with con- siderable excitement. but the "old survey" of Toronto Township was settled several years previously. it is said. on the American side of the River Detroit. the settlement of two Mississaga families. first British settlement in Upper Canada.-e -m-l • the question was once sttiled.

as well people daily coming in from the American as from the number of the necessity of States. and now humbly beg that your Lordship will be pleased to consider their services. Deputy Surveyor. ' • ^^ >> .Andrew Brabt.. at present occupied by the Rangers. Campbell. who is to be answerable for the safety of them. Navy Hall across to the four mile creek. to Lieut-Colonel Be Peyster. " Mr Phillip Frey. and allow the officers and non-commissioned officers such additional quantity of lands as the alists as in • 84th regiment has received. "Lieut-CoK ") . do and served faithfully during the war. . to PhiUip Frey : " — I am to acknowledge the favor of your Niagara. 4th July." ^' Letter from Itts Excclhnq/. entirely for the use of the Crown. &c. making a regular survey of the whole settlement. and am sir " Your most obedient. mh March. | "Jacob Ball. ' '•(Signed. "A. Genry-al JlQldimand. '•'To officer 1784:' avoid auy depredations on the barracks and buildings belong- ing to the crown. j ^^^^tenants. on the evacuation of Niagara. as they will answer for barracks. And your memori- duty bound will ever pray.. or officer commanding the Upper Forts dated Quebec. 1786. settled at Niag-ara. and finding from the irregularity allowed among settlers upon Government lauds near this place. for which purpose the Surveyor in laying will have directions out the settlements to reserve the East part comprehending the high ground above as shall be found the •. &c." " The memorial of the late Colonel John Butler.. the first enclosing a copy of your iustructions from the Surveyor General. in order that such part of it shall it most proper may be fortified whenever be necessai-y " Major Campbell " Sir. ) t x " Thomas Ball. &c. letter of 29th May. you will send an with a small detachment to reside there for the time of their being disbanded. I am to expect that you will come down for that purpose as soon as possible. "Peter Tenbroeck. &c. and the officers nf the late corps of Rangers and Indian Department at Niagara that your lordship's memorialises having left their families and properties at the — commencement of the late trouble in America. ^ C^Ptam^.) "JohnButLer. should post be taken on that side of the river.

7 ^ Mr. ^ ^ "Deputy Surveyor-General. having: only laid out a few lots for particular people. —I have the honour first accompanied by plans and to- reports of surveys of township number one. *' vious to ine had The person who had been employed in the surveying business premade few and very erroneous surveys. provided you shall think proper to aug- ment day. Sir. gether with the concessions of the latter lately surveyed. j James Watsox.. " I shall continue the survey with the utmost diligence. Frey: — In consequence of a discretionary "Niagara.. Brigadier-General llope expects that I shall finish the survey of the or the latter end of the ensuing winter.survey at a very small additional expense to Government. power given me by the Comrepresentation that Messrs. and the others of two. and beg leave to have the honour to be sir." . my appointment to " In order to expedite the . R. P. I will wish his honour's and your approbation to em- ploy two very able assistants. "' yours &c. Surveyor Dis. "Quebec. &c.. John Collins. J to • P. Deputy Surveyor General: '• Niagara. ] am Sir. of Niagara. my In pay. 1787. 1788. I am induced to entertain an opinion that he conceives much had been already done before this place.'' " From Captain Watson " Sir. and upon your Pawling and Augustus Jones are properly qualified point veying the townships of the settlement under your inspection. 15th January. ""D. whicli I hope will meet your approbation. Many plans may have been transmitted which may not have been eflectually executed. Frey '• to John CoUins. Commanding Upper Posts. Jessee to assist in sur- mander-in-Chief. Fret. '-Deputy Survevor for " Niagara and Detroit. &e. during the active survey. Philip Frey. Sept. this date at the salary of two shillings and without any other expense whatever being incurred from this appointment. 18th to transmit this. "Capt. " I " Mr.. sorry to understand that Honour. Crown Lands by his From Honour's expectations in this respect. to ten shillings sterling per this case it might be accomplished during that period. I do ap- them to that service from and sixpence sterling per day.. his "lam next . 'Your most '•' &c.

Frey: "Niagara. surveyor. come from the American States summer. put to the half of the land surveyed will remain unoccupied. Frey. makes the settlement very much scattered. as I it am persuad- ed it will be expected below that our progress in " I should be propor- tionable to our increase of hands.8 Captain Wataon " Dear Sir. as yet. dated Nassau. a Surveyor under Mr. '' "Mr. ) j James Watson. I have stopped surveying. It will also show that there was. so freqtient that it would carry a very uncer- tain account of each man's settlement. 31st March. of land The quantity now laid out is sufficient for all the settlers •and all the families which are likely to in the course of the . I have not as yet been able to keep alterations. in -the manner best calculated to expedite the business of the Survey . there being such a large quantity of good land to choose from." "With respect to the insertion of each proprietor's name on his lot in this place. as they are so exceedingly nice iij their choice. Frev. therefore could not be depended upon arise '-' to stand of record &c. was appointed in his place in the latter end of the j^ear 1789." in the District of first Mr Phillip Frey was the principal Surveyor Nasset- sau and figured considerably during some of the tlement. and Mr. Deputy Surveyor-General. even at that early period. It is given here to show the difficulty our first settlers had in the location of their free grants. in order to lay out their lands. to John Collins. am Sir. my book of locations one week without three or four which from the above reasons.. Captain. " Deputy Surveyor Niagara. trouble about a " County Town. " The people beiug allowed to roam about and choose situations in every way suitable it to them. years of the He had some authority in granting lands to new settlers. to P. is. and would employ ten surveyers to follow and unless a speedy stop is them this. and with the advice of the Commanding Officer and the Magistrates. 1788. 2ud May. &c. but am sorry that delays should occur. 1789. and in some of his proceedings he very much displeased the Governor. . He finally left the country on leave of absence and did not return. Augustus Jones. The following is extracted from a letter from Phillip Frey. Lord Dorchester.. — I have no objection to the three parties beiKtr employed at all times. be pleased to allow me +0 observe that the change of property &c.

Burch and others. lot 2. gri. at Niagara. of the Eiver Lawrence. all The place looked upon as is eligible. the District of JVassaii. lot 10th concession. Esq. hi/ what authoriti/ and u:hat year. in the year 1785. no names." in the.. Esq. in 1789.." 7 '• A saw and grist-mill on Thirty Mile Creek. in the year 1788. by William Kitchen. to bc ^eady sorry to complete the additional quantity to it is I am so much disliked that I believe none will choose to looato their lands there. by John Burch. but he dying before they were com- were transferred to Robert Hamilton. grist-mill lot on a creek called the Twelve Mile Creek." 4 •'•A grist-mill on the aforesaid creek. 5." 6 '' A saw-mill No. head of Lake Ontario. by Stuart & Butler. by John Green. by Peter Secord. by John a 5 '•' A grist-mill on creek called the Four Mile Creek. 9. 4th concession. Butler. on the verbal promise made him by Lord Dorchester at the house of the late 3L'ijor Tice in presence of Mr.. 174. d'C. 6. ''A saw and St. 3. Esq.. 4th concer-sioD.''A township has bccu hiid out this winter which was intended reduced officers. 1. near the westerly boundary 'line. is '•'Our community for their as yet divided in opinion with respect to the place public buildings. sjjeci/ying hi/ whom 1 erected. in township No. 11 in the 3rd concession. Our townships have. township senr. I could wish have your directions respecting that matter. and where we wish to take our additional quantity. 23 in the 10th concession." 3 •'A saw-mill on the creek called the Forty 3Iile Creek. on a creek callea the Fifteen Mile Creek." . the commandant 2 '• by permission of Major Camp- A saw and 3. in the year 1786 . on the west shore 2. nor do I know what authority to to apply to for that pur- pose. township No. 10. in the year 1787." *'• Stdfement of thz 3{iUs in.. lot No. as y&t. in 1700. No. year 1789. since transferred to Col. It seems to be the gen- most fit Town and bad eral opinion that it better be voted for. &€. Little Lake.<t-mill near the Falls of Niagara. who finished them in the year following.^ Grreen. but yourself. they and on No. township No. by Duncau Murray." on lot No. lot 22. township No. pleted.- bell. in the township of No. 1st concession. lot No.

(on a lot of John Gardiner's) by Mr." 15 ''A grist-mill now erecting near Fort Erie. '' P. on iingranted 11 saw-mill on Four Mile Creek. near the King's mills. L. 1792." So far Ave have no mention of anything on site at this side of Lake Ontario. in the lands. 5. in 17 " A saw-mill 1792. except the mill Smith's Creek. 9 '• grist-mill on a branch of Twelve Mile Creek. in the year 1791.s. as to *' James Bouchette 200 acres near to his father's. called Smith's Creek.10 8 '' A A saw-mlU on Black Creek.. in the year 1791." 16 6. 6 in front at the head of a small D. 10. in 1792. lot Twelve Mile Creek township No. in the year 1791. 1. Smith. No. but subsequently we find men- tion of Grants of land." . year 1791. by Bargely & Wilson." on Four Mile Creek. lot township No. Lake Erie. 7th Nov. '•' Augustus Jones. "' A mill site on a creek W."' Erie. by Sampson Lutes.sion. on lands granted to the late deceased Henry Nelles. 23. " Surveyor General. at the Rapids. 4th conce. Lawrence. by John Donaldson. in the towship of Hope. 2. lot No.st-mill "A "A '^ on Four Mile Creek. on the west shore of the river St. by David vSecord. township No." creek that empties into the head of in "A saw and grist-mill on a '* Burlington Bay. •'• Newark. now building his sons by Robert and William Nelles. 8th con. -Sth con. S." 12 saw-mill on Small Creek called the in Muddy Run. by David Servos. about seven miles back of Fort by Philip Stcdman. 21st October." 18 " A grist-mill on a creek near the Sugar Loaf Hills." 13 A saw-mill on one of the branches of the Twelve Mile Creek in 9." 20 pond. by Benjamin Canby. by John Dogow. near the Whirlpool township No. in 1791. north side of Lake Ontario." 14 ' A saw-mill in now erecting on one of the branches of the 9. 16." 10 "A gri. by David Secord. No. 1791. in township Xo.'' . lot No. by Christian Savitz 19 —unsurveyed. 1792. senior. Dunbar. "A saw-mill now erecting on Forty Mile Creek in township No.

Allen McNab.' Before Oct. and Charles Wilcox. 800 acres . of — Lewis Grant. 1000 acres. a Freuch name. Kenevery 15th June 1703. Jolm MoGill. Eneas Shj'w. '• Joshua Bell 1200 acre. in the Deni^on."^ '• James Clark. / . . David. Lieut. Ensign John McGill. A. Dr. Collins two " Town lots at Toronto. Wm. . 1000 . Hamilton. . a front Town lot ami 200 eadi of them. James Macauley. Barack Master. whieli varioiLsly stated to be au Indian name. a Town lot at Toronto." '' Arthur McCormack. Lieut. 800 acres . Capt. Wm. acre. Capt. Angus McDonnell. and a few extracts from the field notes of that Surditection.«. 21?t Town and 1702. Duncannon. Mayne. 5000 acres in Township Not 0..-j near Lake Krie.- vey will-gjve some idea of the progress of settlement in that Only such notes are given as relate to settlement." ." — This *• is probably York on the Grand River. 1200 acres m}ar Toronto on Bur- lington Bay.< adopted. Surgeon David Burne. 1000 acres Capt. and an Italian name. 1000 acres Brookiiig. 1000." ••John Toronto. II.-! 21f«t Oct. . . and two Town lot? at York." *' self '* Abel Stevens and associates in Scarborough. near Toronto. 200 acres and 200 for each of eight children. Kasp'of Burlington Bay. Yonge Street was surveyed in 1706 by Mr. 1000 acres in the neve Township." lots 96. Township." •• Hon. neighborhood of Toronto. Samuel Smith. or Torunt^). 07 and 120. 1000 acres 1000 acres lOOQ acres acres . Augustus Jdnes." " Tho. 1792.. PVo- vincial Surveyor. Peter Russell. 200 acres neighborhood of tlie name of York was i. 1000 acres Capt. all" in the neighborhood . 1000 acres Capt. Spencer. tl>e place was called Toronto. 1000 do." The York: 1500 following grants were probably . lot at John Coltman a Town Toronto. Capt.11 '• Win.'' " Major John Smith 22nd July 1793. . Lieut." for him- Bensby Peters loyalist lands at Toronto. Wm.

" opposite im." audit that Mr. Berczy's house. and on the 20th "went and waited on His Excelleny. . In going the next mile. '"• i "'*' Mr. ofi" about two acres" at thirteen and a half miles. Being busy every day " opening Yonge Street. 'SC. seven miles at least from the Holland Lauding. and no further sign of settlement is mentioned. " a road turns to the right to Berczy's settlement" ." seven miles " a bridge eight miles six and a half miles " a bridge" " a bridge" at eleven and a half miles " Cooper's House on the ' ." It is quite probable that Lake Simcoe was then. which is on the East side. and informed him that Yonge Street is opened from York to the Pine Fort to the Garrison Lauding." 64 chains to On the twenty-first mile hill descend a steep to 66. pond on the right to 80 opposite Mr. The Survey was commenced on the fii'st day of January. On Tuesday 16th February. and on the 25th of January pursued their course : — At thirteen left. they reached the Holland Landing thii'ty-three miles and fifty-three chains from Lake Ontario. cross : — " At to 69. the Grovernor. Thorn) on the left" at eighteen ly eighteen miles " a log house (Berczy) on the right" . but possible that the marsh on both sides of the Holland River. snow. provement to left. two on each. and a half miles. 1T9G. . at fifty eight chains house on the about three acres cleared" at seventeen and . being then covered with. ." and pass over " burnt plains. and days they had completed just two miles.50. as it it is is now. Bond's house. four improve- ments were passed." On the third mile they pass a '' Bridge and Creek running to the right. left" ." and come " in in the first thirteen line of Coon's Road. at neara half miles " a small improvement (S." As houses were not very plentiful." On the fourth mile they cross " the old road. not very surprising that they re- mained at Johnson's three days. on the right.12 These notes the liue of will doubtless show all the settlement which existed on Yonge Street in the beginning of 1796. twenty-one to twenty-two. timber not raised. miles thirty three chains. \ . rise hill 73 along on ridge." between five and sis'miles " a bridge. Lake Simcoe. we have the following arm of a pond. Jones returned to York on Friday 19th. side. might be mistaken for an arm of the Lake." Many of our readers will be familiar with " Bond's Lake. now appears Bond had also a "house" in 1796. at twelve miles opposite " Johnson's it is House on the left.

Jones's notes a little further : As there were no provisions to be had at this place. The road along the Lake Shore must have been used at a very early day. and report to the Surveyor General. the is certain there was a ferry at the mouth of the Humber." It would be very desirable to know how Mr. 1st : — Came down March — Came : to my house Long Beach. Sunday 21st February 1796 day. But he does not tells us. hinder going on the Wednesday 24th — High winds from the South drove great quanTuesday 23rd : S. when the Executive will sit.. and at mouth of the Credit was a •• Government House" built by the Go- vernment. Dundas Street was not opened It until 1806 or 1807. His Excel- lency was pleased to say. Went to the Etobicoke. W. : Thursday 25th — Came . and was the only land route between the Eastern and Western parts of Upper Canada until long after the seat of Government was established at York. came from N. There must have been ferries of some description. that I must return to Newark. and that my atten- dance would be wanted. . light winds from South. lake. : — Snow fell the greater part of the Monday 22nd to : — The hands busy at repairing and calking the boat return to Burlington. Jones got across all those " Creeks. Friday 26th Tuesday. : a tity of ice into the harbour. along the lake to the sixteen mile Creek. probably mostly kept by Indians. and thence to Newark." the present Town him in of Niagara. and used as a kind of a hotel aud a residence for the ferry zuen. oblige me to leave the boat and set out by land.— 13 To *• continue Mr. light wind from the North. high winds down to 12 mile Creek. winds from the South. . — High winds from W. in boat.. frosty nights." especially those between York and the Long Beach. my " Wednesday 2nd — Came down to Newark. and return with April next.

The until its real settlement of Toronto may be said to have commenced in 1807. Deputy Surveyor. by which a part of the Township was set apart for them. no person being fish in the allowed to catch river without the consent of the Indians. and increased moderately. and the Township of Ciiinguacousy. 1 Jolin Vanzante 2 Abraham Cook 5 David House G Abraham Marckle 7 John Mahar H Absalom Wilcox Lynes Peck 'I 8 John Jones 9 John Schiller .Twenty -four inhabits tliat and it is not likely any of those. with special privileges respecting the fishery. and in 1810-20 the rear part of the Township was surveyed and pretty well settled. The '' old Survey" of Toronto was Surveyed in the year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Six by Mr. Charles Ingersol afterwards moved to the West and founded the Town of Ingersol. '' ' The 1820. the Gore of Toronto and Albion were surveyed and settled by degrees. lugersol's death the house was kept by his son. unless probably the Inger- family and the Indians were in the Township of Toronto. Thomas who was probably white resident in Toronto Township. When the war was over. it revived. After Mr. in the old Survey of Toronto. Smith says the ants. and an arrangement was made with the Government by their agents Messrs. and the Government House and Ferry were kept by (ieo. for some years. one mile on each side of the lliver Credit—or Mazenahekasepa—as the Indians called it. the war of 1812 broke out. Mr. Charles Ingersol. and they moved on immediately. with the names of the 1st Concession. sol Ninety Nine. in Seventeen Hundred and Two Hundred and . They subsequently sold out all their lands and privileges in this Towu- ship and removed to the Saugeen lliver. Wilmot. after the Survey had been completed. This house was the first kejit by Mr. who wished to 1819 by a live under the Britili Government. however. JiTorth or prior to' Dcndas Street. derable part of the A consi- new Survey of Toronto waa settled in Colony of Irish from the city of New York. Cutter. Caledon. was marked out and reserved for the xise of the Indians. John Beatty and Joseph Graham. which gave a considerable check to progress. contained only Home District. following is a statement of the lands granted by Government parties.• 14 luirorsol. Lot.

Johnstoa 3 Abijah Hagar 4 Margaret Reily 5 Thos. Council 9 Wm. XoRTU OF DUNDAS STREET^. Lot David Kenny 2 Wm. Esq 5 4J 8 Abraham Markham Joseph Ogden 9 John Polly Edward McMahou Oliver Grace 7 James (ilennon 10 Joseph Cawthra 11 Wm. Lot.— 15 IST CONTESSIOX. Lot. Coat III it cd. Williams Jonathan Pottit Wm. Barber 21 Jonathan Pot tit 22 Thos. 10 Moses Teeter 11 Joseph Silverthorn 12 Allan Jlobiuet 20 Win. 2nd Concession South. Mahar John Day 7 Margaret Crow! 8 Thos. 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 f John Vanzante 2 Hugh Mcllmoyle 3 Philip Bender 4 Henry John L'tter 5 Styles Stevens Peter Wright 1 David Pickett John Steel David Harris David Shannon Cornelius Yanvalkenburg Thos. Kent 10 Elizabeth Eastman 1 11 Wm. Barber 28 29 3U 31 Joshua Pollard 7 Peter Jones S lleuben Baker 9 John Gage Joseph Horning 10 &irah Grant 11 i Wm. Mulhollaud Levi C a shady Amous Loudon Henry Almas > Patrick Murphy ^ 1 Peter Wolfe 24 William Lee 33 Duncan Clow 1st Concession. Jennings 12 Burgess Baker 32 33 34 35 John Utter. Markham . Clouslily 12 14 16 15 Tji Geo. jr Pet«r Couover Isaac Patrick Charles Cameifon. South Dundas Street. Lots 3 and 4 Samuel Smith. Williams 2^} Cornelius Vanvalkenbiirtr John Harris 14 John iShackleton 15 Sylvester Fletcher 10 Elizabeth Bradt 17 John Schiller 18 Paul Marian 19 Alexander Gray I'ii 24 William Lee iil Benjamin Bowbcer :^2 Malcolm Wright 33 Andrew Cook 34 Conrad Shane 35 Otherial Smith 2xD Concession North.

and contains all the judicial and municipal Acts of the Magistrates in session. Clerk of the Peace. Thos. excepting perhaps. Scarborough. 11 Henry Watson 26 Christian Hendershot 27 John Marlat 28 29 31 32 33 34 Lewis Bradley and 30. Several extracts are taken from this book mostly. large portion of the parties above mentioned became actual and some few of them are now living on their lands then granted them. relating to Toronto Township and its settlers. from which has been obtained some interesting. '< l-futan''-. the writer has had access to the " Court Book" or Magistrates Book for the County of York.son 22 Pjsther Borden Denison 23 John Steel 25 Joseph Cawthra — Coniiinicd. Bull.st entries are not of much value. under the date of 8th April. York was the County.any other outside Township. Through the kindness of Mr. 1799. but also the Municipal duties which are now performed by the County Council. Broken Front.16 2nd Concession South Lot 12 Wm. This book is a record of the proceedings of the Court of Quarter Sessions for the County of York. unless it be for their. not a correct representation of the inhabitants of Totheir ronto at that date. if not useful information respecting the early settlers in Toronto Township. we find . Many of their descendents are in the Township. Samuel Smith 6 7 and 9. Shaw 15 David Harri. Benjamin iMongcr 81 David Cribbs 32 Frederick Star Jarvis 33 Sebastian flrecnious 35 Henry Shook 3rd Concbssion South.anti- quity. Thos Merigold Stephen Jarvis Frederick Star Jarvis Cornelius Thompson Henry Gable 4th Concession South. but not altogether. Lewis Bradley is The above lands. Lucas 5. 27 and 28. but a settlers. istrates At that time the Mag- had not only Judicial duties to perform. 26 Jacob Thomas 28 and 30. The fir. or rather District Town of a very large though not very populous District. Lots 4 and Hon. as some of the grantees never settled on and others purchased lands and settled in the Township. and the few settlers in Toronto Township appear to have had more business with the " Court Book" than those of .

. Thomas Ridout. John Campbell. junr. Charles '"' Haines. Gentleman. Peter Millar. vs. Guilty. shilling each. Caleb Humphrey. 16th May. Bowkette. Totman. senior. Ridout." April 12th. 26th instant. Alfred Barrett. associates . General Inquest called. fine set at *• was son." and protected against the Pound as not being ." '' General Quarter Sessions. the Bench were William Jarvi." '• Joseph Cawthera. fined one shilling. Duncan Cameron and Duncan 3IcLcan. £15 Elizabeth Smith for Assault and Battery on Wm. The Sheriff returned the precept. laborer. junr. for trespass of the Grand River and Assault upon Abraham Elb. Wni.s and William The Magistrates on Wilcocks. Path-master for the West end of the Town of York for the last year '-' be summoned to give in a return of the Statute Labor performed in his District. £5 '• The estreat of . Bowkette. kette. Bene Augustin Counte De Chalus of Yonge Street.17 Lewis Rock for Assault and Battery on William £20 Benjamiu Mosely for Assault and Battery on Wra. 1800. Smith for Assault and Battery on Wm. Ridout and Thos.. which he paid to the Clerk of the Peace. foreman John Vanzante. Joseph Shaw. for the Town in fit of York. Jordan Post.. Gilbert. Lewis Bright. on Saturday. 5 shillings. Tuesday the tenth day of April 1810. Joshua B. Clerk. Esquires. Plea. Thaddeus John Jordan. paid. 1808 in the :— Estreat of Thomas Simpson Home District. a negro woman. Patrick Hartney. . Thomas Stoyell. 1810 :— Ordered that D'Arcy Boulton. Jordan Post. Fined one Monday. Alexander Wood. Joshua Leach. BowBowkette." Assault and Battery. Ger- hard Kuck. Charles Wilcox. John Playter. and his one shilling. chairman Esquires. Philip dinger. Bowkette. appeared order. gentle- man." The next extract is dated January 17th. Geo. •• The Estreat of John Babtistc for D Aleo-re of Yonge Street. ."' fined the same amount for the same ofi"ence against the same perso that beating an old woman was much less expeuj^ive than beat- ing " Wm. The first case called on was '' John Robert Small. . Assault and Battery on one Bet. Pound-keeper.

Statute duty of the aforesaid Townships. and that there were only two inliabitants. in Toronto Township. •xvliioh Sof^sion." . 1810: — I'pon the representation of Richard Beasley the and Samuel . being next door neighbor to Joshua Pollard. Esquire.«ub. or . to answer the above charge The parties were summoned and appeared.— 18 "April 10th. that one half of the certain (li^^]>uto. the even- ing before. Where- upon the Court discharged him. Path-masters Trafaljrar. liable to do Statute Labor. 1811 a : — License : granted to Joshua Pollard. but in Toronto. granted Jo. at tho eauje Jnliabitants of Toi'onto." '• Octolter 10th. that they be erected where a majority of the Magistrates Town may think most proper. besides liimself. 1811 make moveable stocks of this — Ordered that a carpenter be employed to that will confine two persons at once. at his residence. of David Albert^son and Moses Teeter. Town of York. and the other half on Comand Dundas Street.Middle lload. to keep common Inn and Slavery in the Ale-house. do. Avhicli were follows : granted or refused as Thomas do." District. eomin plainino.shua Polland." his slaves. Jarvis of the girl. . that the Clerk do immediately issue warrants to the resj)ective Pathmasterii. refijsodj. respecting Statute duty. Benjamin Monger. being committed to prison for liaving stolen gold and silver Accommodation for two : : "March 13th. " July 8th. for Tavern License. informed the Court that a negro boy and out of his desk. March 11th.s respecting the distribution of Statute duty in the Townsliips of Trafalgar and Toronto. Esquires. Moses Teeter in said that he was not Path-master Trafalgar. Court took into consideration Ordered." : " Deceud)cr 28th. 1811 — The following persons applied . Ava« pre'sontod a petition of tlic respectiiij^ a briclj^e acroi^s the Etobicoke. . . in the nineteenth century ! Home 1811 " March 1st. —Wm. requiring '• them : to comply with the above orders. liad.Smith. John Conovor. Ingcrsoll. in the part of the Township where he lived.. and when completed. be performed on the missioners." a letter March 1st.«t'ribcr» could not be attondod to on account of the few thereto. 1811 — Kead from Richard Beasley. the Township of as having paid no attention to the orders of the Court.

the defaulters appeared." The G-rand Jury for the Session which coramenceckl 4th July. and marching to the frontier to resist the invaders. And on complaint of the aforementioned Philip Cody to the Court." " April 15th : — The Town Clerk was difficult to complained that Major Greneral Shaw had family. on oath. 3 days'. . 2 days Jas. over and above the Statute Labor of this year. 4 days . in addition to their Statute Labor of last year. . David Harris. 3 days 2 days . Silvcrthorn. this year. of being daily Belcher. pathmaster of Toronto Town- ship. would appear or nearly all from the Township of Toronto and Trafalgar. The " following is the list Thomas Ingersol. John Ushar. in bodily fear of Joseph Silverthorn and John who were then in Court. It was probably this fact which caused the following order : " April 18th. that the said Joseph Silverthorn and John Belcher. John Belchar. were ordered to work. 1812 :— Philip Cody. to be all. Allan Robinet. Ezekiel 3 . Esq. Philip Cody. Labor of Ordered that the Clerk do Write to them to at- tend here on the 30th instant. Joseph Silverthorn. do immediately give surety of the peace to the said Philip Cody by entering into recognisances to keep the peace for one year.. pathmaster for that part of the Township to which they belong with the number of days each person has to work. Mericold. 2 days. and after being heard by the Court. Moses Teeter. Wm. fifty persons to that the Clerk of the Peace do write and request him to recommend to the Court. foreman. senr. complained of sundry persons not having done their Statute last year." for the last two years refused to give him the number of his At this time it obtain Constables. it was ordered. 1812 lo Richard Beasley. Abraham Marckle. Jos. accordingly. as all the old ones and many others were joining the Volunteers. Thos. Allan Robinet. McNabb. On the 30th. serve as Constables in the Townships of the West :— Ordered Riding. 2 days..: 19 '' April 15tli. the number of days which they are deficient for and that the Clerk do send a copy or memorandum of this order to Allan Robinet. which they did in Court. 1812. Barber.

on the complaint of Philip Cody. Granted."' Robert Wilkins. Lewis Bradley. Township Clerk. Esq. Samuel McLean and James Gilbert of Nelson. Benjamin Monger^ Samuel Frazer. Sally Ingersol. but as Mr. Officers . son of the late Thomas Govern- Ingersol of the Eiver Credit." This matter was again brought up at the next Session. had not and Stephen Jarvis appointed in Mr. 1813. Assessors Thomas Merigold. David Taylor and Wm. 2 ." " In consequence of the enemy having possession of the Town the Court could not meet on the 27th April. Allan Rob- were also appointed for Block No. " The Grand Jury brought against in a true bill fur Assault and Battery James 3IcXabb." St. David Munn. 1813 : "January — Charles Ingersol. fined two sterling. Flamborough East and West. in the West Riding. applied to the Court to be allowed. the case to nest Session. case McNabb was still on duty on the frontier. stating that his late father had kept said house for some years. Inn-keeper. the Magistrates appointed Township FOR TORONTO. Harris.. 1813 — As no Town meetings had been held officers. John C." "June pounds soldiers. . The de- fendant did not appear. as Mr. his stead. 10th. 16th." " The Petit Jury were then called and answered to their names ex- cept Cornelius '\''anvalkenburgh of Toronto. Jarvis refused as he had been collector last year. " January 23rd sent his bond. Benjamin Monger and Joseph Silverthorn. Stiles Stevens. Collector." " October 19th. the was discharged. for refusing to receive in his house. with contempt. Joseph Cawthra was appointed. and was fined 20 shillings. being also absent. and Trafalgar. Wood. Beverly. and Fined 40 shillings. 1813 : —John : Jordan of York. jointly with his mother. were fined 10 shillings each.20 Post. two convalescent and treating their billet from A. a Tavern License for the ment house at the River Credit. but his bail appeared and asked the Court to put ofi" McNabb had gone to Niagara with the Flank Compan3^ The application was granted. Tisdale. January 12th." inet.. who did not appear. : — Quetton George appointed collector.

foreman. 1816 — Thomas Merigold. Esq. Thos. Jacob Smithj . officers for Toronto : John Pollard and Thomas junr. 40 shillings •Jordan.21 " September 14th. Pound-keeper." George Cutter fined $10 for selling liquor to Indians. for riding on horseback on the foot jiath. Philip Cody. Chewett comi^lained of Allan Mcand for bein"- pert and insolent. Morris Lawrance. Joshua Pollard. 4 swine. Town Warden John Sheeler. Path-masters Philip Peer. Jas.'' 1816: — The Pig question. Conrad Shane. 3Icrcer.. Jas. 20 shillings ^hillings . Assessors . John do. June twenty shillings 25th. York was . so fined 30 shillings for being much intoxicated as to be unfit for their duty as Jurors. do.. 1717 : —Benjamin Monger. 9th July. McXabb. Allen. or Schiller. Charles Ingersol. fined 5 A. Randolph Papst. Ingersol. Silverthorn. have neglected Ordered that they be summoned. foreman. Robinet. tiud Collector . 2 swine. Grand Jury. 1815 :—Wm." Grand Jury. Silver-- Thomas Silverthorn.. their duties. Esq. Hammond."' October 11th. Allan Robinet. Samuel Mercer. 2 swine. " December 30th. Complaint by Wm. that Philip and Joseph Silverthorn. Frederick Star Jarvis.. . Apologized. jnr. 2 swine. By looking over the two following lists of Grand Jurors. Gan-at Conover. it may be supposed that the people of Toronto in those times performed a large portion of the public business of the "' Home : District. do. Charles Thomas. 1814 James Marckle of the Towaship of West Flamborough. Binkley." shillings for Assault on Robert Nichols. '•' — : October 22nd. David Jordan. Jacob Marshall. half : returned. 20 shillings. John Marlat . Gilbert. Assessor. Allan Robinet. 1816 : — Thadeus do. Town Clerk . Charles Cameron aud Benjamin Monger. convicted fined of allowing two swine to run at large in the streets of . Robinet. 1814 — The Court appointed the following Silverthorn. Nabb. 1814 : —Beujamin 3Iong'er ^vas janed tlie fine £2 for re-- fusing a horse to Geuei-al Dewatteville. " John Vanhorn and Frederick Kesspel. 20 Robert Lackey. Wm. Barton. Path-master. Thos. N."' ''June 8th. 'Cody. Michael Miller. was fined £10 for Assault aud Battery on Juo. John Silverthorn. Saml. Mc- Nabb. . July 8th. David thorn. Stiles Stevens. Jos. Juo.

Thompson. as a Grand Juror. Wm. Esq.Stiles Stevens. 27 and across Lot 26 in the Township of Toi'onto. Alexander Hemphill. sault and Battery on George Garside. be auth- orized to enter into an agreement with Benjamin Monger far the repair of the bridge over the River Credit in the Township of Toronto. James Jackson." . new road to be opened in the front part of Lot No. N. to keep James Fitzgibbon. Daniel Merigold. and ordered to be car- ried into execution according to law. Dundas Street." : G-rand Jury.. 1819 Silverthorn. 1818 : — The report of Thomas Merigold. Robinet. James McNabb. Allan Robinet. July 13th. Assault and Battery. Cust^ad. Silverthorn. 1820 Fined sixpence. Jacob Smith. Wm. Manning was "fined 2 York without sliillings for selling Town of license so to do. foreman. On Custead refusing to take the oath was-examined on his scruples of conscience and excused for the present. : — D'Arcy Boulton. Daniel Merigold. 1818 :— Ordered that Wm. Joseph Benjamin Monger. license was granted to Thos Graham an Inn in Toronto Township. : — to build bridges over the September 13th bread in the : —Wm. Thos. surveyor for a of roads for the Western Boundary of the District. challenging Robert Nichols. the 27th December." "April 5th. George Cutter. Amasa Wilcox. tery on George Garside. ''North of Dundas Street. pay a fine of 40 shilling for his non-attendance at this Session. 1817: —A. Avas laid before the Court. Jacob Markle.. for And Robert Nichols bound over for Philip Cody fined £5 for selling liquor to " January 14th. McNabb bound to keep the peace. the younger. Ordered that Joshua Clai-kson do Philip Cody." which means the place which Grahamsville now occupies. David Hammond. Thomas Silverthorn. Cornelius Vanvalkenburg. 1819. Alex. 'Esq. Thompson. Joshua Pollard. fined sixpence for Assault and Bat- £50 was granted April 15th. Josliua Pollard. Thos Merigold. Charles Couover." " July 15th. — Stiles Stevens. agreeably to the plans and estimate now produced in taking security in the sum of £75 for the due performance of the work first by the of November next ensuing. convicted of AsJanuary 31st." Indians. 1820 Humber. Thos. the Mimico and the Credit. Philip Cody.

in an American Schooner named N^ew Haven. For Chinguacous}". he respectable merchant of York. Jamzs Currie. Allan's discovery.. brought to York from the United States. office " June 19th. Daniel Harris. and Albert Fidch Con- Township. Pound-keepers. in which on opening. James Eakins. Joseph Silverthorn. Abraham Marckle. Path-masters. George Robinet. Wm. purchased a barrel of American Arthurs. Esq. but could not shew sufficient claims." forfeited. for the said : —Ordered that John MoDougall be'appoluted : eurveyor of Roads for the Township of Albion. and Robert Tremble. Jno. John Beatty. Thompson be requested to administer the oaths to the said parties. was anxious to recover the lot. « -^^^^^^^rs. Averal Scott. 1822: — Allan Robinet. AVm.> 23 "October 11th. —Wm. Henry Rut led^e. James Bunting and Robert Calder. George Miller. Aaron Silverthorn Joseph Graham. "Wm." '•October 17th. 15th January. Several years after Mr. Wm." Mr." "January 12th 1821 sons be — The Court ordered that the officers for following per- appointed Parish and Township the Township of Chinguacousy for the current year. Johnston master. Daniel Merigold and John Faulkner. Westervelt. James Bunting. Town Clerk. cox. Austin. M. 1821 . apsalt. Custead. collector of Customs. Amos WilBirdsell. 1820 stable." salt " Ordered that the salt and tobacco be This was not the only instance of the mixture of and tobacco. Averal Scott." . peared and stated on oath that he had seized ten barrels of in which were found concealed kegs of Tobacco of the value of £5 and upwards. 1821 :— Constables for Toronto) Township. John Loflar. Thomas Silverthorn. Ordered that Mr. John Utter. Stafford and James Home. John Scott. Allan. ) j a ^ . of Toronto Township. Amos Stafford. A. John McCarty. Collector. found a keg of very good tobacco. Arthurs on discovering the mistake. '-of the value of five pounds and upwards. a salt of Mr. Mr. Joseph Silverthorn. foreman. and directed the Clerk of the Peace to notify the persons so appointed to attend to the duties there- of as by law directed."' EssELBY Ingram. Thomas Robinet and Timothy Street. Joseph Tolfree. '•'Grand Jury.

1st Concession Wli^n East of Huron tario Street. Jur. It is lioped that uo oifeace may bo taken by the friends of those perCertainly none was inthe greatest liberty has sons whose names have been used so freely.24 It must Ix! admitted tliat many of tlie above extracts are in tlieixl'= selves of very little value. Senr. 1 Frederick Fretog 2 Martin Snyder and Jacob Snyder 4 Barney Doherty and Alexander Walker 5 Wm. Preston 3 Edward Wright 4 Peter Little and Andrew 'Little John Palmer and Isaac White 7 James Longhead James Wilson. Lot. as some of those v/ith whose names been taken. Anderson and John Montgomery 7 Robert Mcintosh and James Mcintosh 8 James Coats. in the year 1819 to 1821. tended. McDonald 13 John Rutledge and James Graham 14 Andrew Cheyne and George Graham 2nd Concession East. Lot. Grafton 12 George Stewart. were after the events referred writer to. and James Wilson. according to the following Toronto— Xew Survey. intimate friends of the Most of the lands ship in the New Survey of Toronto. 10 Alexander 12 S. Thompson and George Graham Wm. 14 Joseph Graham 13 George Stewart and James Henderson 15 John Cheyne and Thomas Graham . but they give some idea of the condition of the early settlers in the County.. 10 Robert Bright 11 James Grafton and Thos. name on the l<\ft hand is for the Easi half of the Lot. 1 Patrick Xulty and Wm. the Two Parties are named for one Lot. and settlers in the Town- of Chinjruacousy were granted to list .

Senr. 3 Reserve George Viny 4 Francis Helmke and Francis Stiver 5 John Somerset. Jnr. 14 John Armstrong and James Stewart 9 George H. Clark.25 3rJ Concession East. 1 Gotleib Beanr and Henry Pingle 3 Samuel Weymouth and John Shaltz 4 Simon Feel and Jacob Wees 5 Clergy Reserve. 13 John Lumsden and Robert ^loore 14 Alexander Carcadee and Alexander Hamilton. Eeid Wm. 2 Timotliy Street 1 William Carrol. 12 Richard Bristol 13 John Stoddart and David Steele 14 Joseph Chambers and Thomas Henderson 6th Concession East Lot. Lot. Lot. — 10 Joseph Randal and Wm. Wak'rhousc Walton and Christopher Row 13 Joseph Grraham and Benjamin Stewart. G Thomas McBride 7 Alexander Mc3Iurray. 12 Thos. 9 John Kenedy and Samuel Kenedy 10 James Turner. 4 Geo. and Charles King. 7 John Petrie — 8 John Huston and George Miller 9 Crown Reserve leased to John Robinson. 3 3Iaitm SnjJer 4 William Douglas. Eoper 11 Charles King. Siimmerfii'ld and 10 Wm.. leased to Thomas McCoy 7 Sarah Maria Thompson 6 Thomas McXamara. 1 Joseph B. 8 John Whitesides 10 John Roper and Wm. Martin Morrison and Robert Eraser 5th Concession East. Brown and John Brovrn 7 Thos. Lot. 4th Concer-sion East. Judson . 1 Timothy Sheehan and John McCarthy 2 Anne Chute. Briglit 5 John Bright.

2 Clergy Reserve —leased to Wm. 2 Thompson and George Wintcl* — BoycC. 7 Alexander Ross 6 Elizabeth Dexter and James Martin David Treanor. 5 John Bourns fof School 3 Reserved 4 Matthew Donahue and James Nesbit 7 Robert Hepson.. 4 James Pickard. Smith . 1 Timothy Street. Perkins and Thomas Kenedy 9 Crown Reserve 11 John Beattie. Lot-. —leased to John Beattie 13 David Beattie 12 Clergy Reserve —leased to John Beattie 14 Jacob Bell and Robert Moore 15 Robert Anderson and Andrew Scott Lot. Todd. 5 Philip dinger 7 Catharine Bender. 16 William Todd^ Jnr. Lot. 8 Jane Hill 10 John Mcintosh. 1. 10 Stewart Grafton 12 Alexander Burns and Wm. 2 Wm. Gth CohPession Ertst-. Senr.3 11 Joseph Carter James Beattie 14 John Neelands and Wm. 1 C. Shaw 10 Evan Richards 4 Richard 8 Bristol. Wm. Maxwell 13 John Thompson and James McBride 14 Henry Pearson and Alexander Duncan 3rd Concession West* Lot. and Andrew Neelandd 2nd Concession West. 11 Josepli Price aucl Robert Chambers 12 Crowu llescrvc — Thomas Balderson 13 Timothy Stfect 14 ^Matthew Chambers and James Chambers 15 William Leeper and John Leeper 1st Concession West. 1 4th Concession West» Jacob Pingle and Henry Stiver. 3 Richard Bristol 1 William Thoittpson.— 26 Lot. Continntd.

B. 12 James Beatty 13 "William Coates and Fbenezer Disher 14 William Coates 5th Ceacession "West.lrzer ) J 13 John Armstrong and John Ailrai 14 "William Armstrong and John Wallace 15 Robert Nesbitt and William "Whalley •. 1 Malcolm McKinnon. Lot. Contim^cd^ Lot. Lot.) 6th Concession West. Simma 4 James Glendenning and John Peterson 7 Stewart James and Thomas Grafton — 8 Francis Bulls and John Moore 10 Francis Cameron and John ONeil 11 John Rutledge and Martin Sv. C.— 4tli Concession "West. 9 John Ross 10 Wm.. 5 Timothy Street 3 Crown Reserve leased to Wm.. 9 William Orr 7 John Redeu 10 Michael Arnold and George Morden 12 Joseph Tomlinson and Martin Justin 13 Daniel Hadley and Martin Justiu 14 George Cowan and John Cowan Chinguacousy Lot 1 —East of Hurontario Strefet: 1st Concession East Joseph B. all — to John Scott . Clark and Michael Sloat 2 John Devine and Thomas Maher 4 John Garden. 7 Sarah Johnston 5 William Stafford and Samuel Kenney 6 Crown Reserve leased 7 Sarah Johnston. 3 Wnii Lindsay. Muirhead.. Birdsell.->. 5 Clergy Reserve 4 Alexander Stewart — leased to Timothy Street 6 Joshua Lemerand and Jacob Lemcrand ? Mary McCollum-. 4 Peter Douglas 3 Thomas Kells and Robert Fetch 6 Timothy Street. 1 Johnson Elliott and Thomas Grriffin 2 John B.

21 David Lightheart 24 John Campbell 25 Francis Campbell. 32 John Gouldj Lot. 33 Hannah Gould 3rd Concession East. Montgomery 8 Joseph Simons and John Simons 10 Robert Martin and John Silverthorne 11 William Smith and Joseph Tolfree 13 Caleb Groat and William Cook 14 Solomon Marckle. 18 Eleanor McMicking 16 John Pettit and Storm Loucks •3 19 Richard Bristol. Grernon and Francis Lightheart 23 Antoine Maison-neuf and John Newell 24 Abraham Wilson and Gilbert Vanwyck 20 26 John Lawrence. liOt. Benjamin Gale 2 Philip Hoffman and Paul Hoffman 4 William Higgins and John Higgins . Robinet 6 John Lynch and David Lynch 7 George Silverthorne and Thos.— 28 let Concession East. Continued. 1 jnr. 1 Crown Reserve —^leased to Joseph Graham 2 Edward Armstrong Jonathan Doan and Thomas Silverthorn 4 George Robinet and Thos. 27 Elizabeth Campbell 28 Robert Campbell. 30 Jacob Gould 27 John Purkiss and Michael Warden 29 Matthew McMullen and Robert Scott 31 Jacob Gould and Thomas Johnston 33 Henry Yocum and Stephen Secord 2nd Concession East. 30 Elizabeth Yocum 31 Robert Emery and John Gould 22 Isaac Lightheart. 8 AreliTbald Pickard 9 Henry Carter and Richard Carter 11 Isaac Ryan and James Bunting 12 Thoma" Mercer and Levi Mercer 14 James Home and John Wilkins 15 Joseph Stafford and Obadiah Stafford 17 John Ransier and Andrew Ransier 15 George Dawson Wm.

22 24 27 30 Crum and John Crum James Reid and John Crum Francis Lawrence.5 Josiah Robinet and James Robinet 7 Thomas McMicking 8 Daniel Wilcox and John Wikox 9 John Chambers and John Proctor 11 Jacob Phillips and Lewis Phillips 12 James Dodds and Robert Sovereis-n 14 Rowland Griffith's and John Finch 17 James Townly and Abraham Orth 18 Elizabeth Bunting. Jones 13 Samuel Hull and John Beamer 14 John Bagwell and George Barber 17 Timothy Street 18 John Deacon and Wm. Continued. 34 George Reid. Hearn 19 John Ceasar and Robert Archdekin 16 John Bostwick. 33 John Stocks. 26 Richard Bristol' 27 Wm.— 29 3rd Concession East. 25 Hannah Sanderson) 28 John Emmett Elizabeth Emmett. 11 George Moody and Wm. 1 Michael Fisher. Wiley 4 — . 20 Sarah Salisbury 21 Lidia Craig. John Reily and Robert McConnell 32 Owen Shields and John Wolfe 33 Nicholas Mattice and Thomas Fox 21 Peter 5th Concession East. Keating and Oliver Keating 7 Henry Pope 8 Francis Nixon and Ross Nixon 10 Lardner Bostwick 6 Richard Bristol. Lot. Wm. Harrison 30 Francis Humphrey's and James Humphrey's 31 Mary Richards. 29 Wm. Bowles 2 Daniel Hopkins and Anthony Caillers Z Clergy Reserve leased to Thos. 23 Abraham Marckle. 4th Concession East. Reynolds. 24 Margaret Clendenning. 1 Crown Reserve — leased to George Duggan 3 Isaac Davis and Ryer Reynolds 4 Wm. Lot.

Cope and Wm. Wm. Armstrong 31 John Armstrong and James Lai>g 33 John McCartney J'Ot. 19 Peter Mclntyre and Dugald Mackenzie 22 John Taylor and Wm. Cummings 33 Isaac Millar4 . 16 John Bostwiek 7 Jacob Hostrosser and Wm. Taylor 24 Robert Tremble. Fisher 9 Greorge Brown 11 James Watson and John is^ichols 12 Maurice Nagle and Wm. R. 27 Jacob Hosteler 23 James Thompson and John Thompson 24 Wm. E.eph Proctor and Peter B. .-Col. 15 George Millwood 17 Ralph Graham and James Rose il8 Thomas Grafton and Joh$i Huyden 20 John Mclntyre and Elijah Page 21 Hannah Ferjis. 27 Elizabeth Hosteler 25 Alexander Nixon and Joseph Bloomfield 28 John Robinson and George Robinson 30 Daniel Martin and Noah Heaton 31 Davi(? Millard and John Mino 32 George Cummingsand Wm. 6th Concession East. 26 Absalom Hosteler 29 John McConnell and James McConnell 30 Lieut. Johnson 14 Edward Pilkington. 21 Charles Van Kaune . 5 Joseph Ogden and Samuel Ogden 7 John Blakely and James Faulkner 8 Dependence Colhath and AVm. 2 Thomas Carroll and John Freeman 3 John Marckle and Abraham Marckle 4 Wm. 11 17 Henry Grass and Christian Hoffman 16 Timothy Street. Robinson 8 Aaron Cornell and Silas York 10 David Parker and David Parker Jo.". Smith. Continued. Kelly 13 Jacob Hackettand Andrew Sevars 14 Wm. Robins 6 John Jordaa 5 Peter McEntee — Lease.— 30 1^0*- 5th Concession East. Secord.

Alexander Le Rose and Ransom Dexter Scott.31 Lot. 8 Amos Wilcox and Wm. 1 Crown Reserve leased to Andrew Le Rose 2 James E. Wm. Sumner 10 John Heron and John McCormack 11 Warren Clarkson and Peter Oliphant 13 Peter Greenious and Peter Leopard 14 James Kenny and John Kenny 16 James Stafford and Enoch Stafford 18 17 Alpheus Hemphill and Zackariah Hemphill Wm. Daley 7 Robert Lowes and Robert Scott — 1st Concession West. 2 Jonathan Copeland and Robert Copeland Street. Merigold and Amos Merigold 18 Edward Pilkingten and Wm. Robinson Smith 20 23 Holt andVm. 4 Richard Bristol 6 Wm. Duncan 26 Fenton Mlloy. Shane and Henry Shane Orr and John McMillan Wm Wm. 21 Isaac Arnold 14 15 Wm. 17 Thos. 19 Alexander Cameron. Small and William Willis 3 John Radenhurst. 30 Woodruff Robinson and Richard Brown 24 George Brown. 31 Daniel Irish. Ogden Lot. 3 Timothy 4 Edward Defield . Wood and Wm. Wm. 22 Richard 21 Jane Silverthorn 32 Richard Bristol 30 George Ransier and Henry Ransier 31 Daniel McCremmon and Wm. Wynne and John Cowan Bristol. J. and Edward Goodsoii 33 Edward McBride 34 Edward McBride and James O'Hara Lot. 2 Edward Fletcher and Moses Johnston 4 John 5 Richard Bristol 7 Peter Walsh and Timothy 0"Keefe 8 Jacob Stump and Daniel Stump 9 Joseph Kenny and Peter Kenny 11 Michael Hanx and John Smith t 12 Richard Bristol. 1 2nd Concession West.. 3rd Concession West. David Craig.

33 Richard Vails Lot. 2 Mary Chisholm 5 Cooper BroSks and Wm. Young 16 Thomas Cornell and Philip Buck 11 Timothy Street. Wooley 27 Richard Sharp and Amos Dexter' 28 Edward Kenedy and John Nulty 30 James Wilson.— 32 3rd Concession West. Jnr27 James Bates and Joseph Gerow 28 Crown Reserve leased to Adam Brown 29 Charles Haines and Thomas Wiley 30 James Johnston and Thomas Johnston 31 James Toraance and Robt. 23 Adam Laraway 21 Charles Feetsall and Joseph Weller 24 Matthew Lymburner 26 James Butler.Francis House. Kelly 7 James House. Coulson Wm. Patrick 32 Thomas Sumner. ' 22 John Wadge and 25 Wm. 6 Soloman Continued^ Stump and Joseph Stump 7 Frederick and David Snider 8 Waite Sweet and James "Wilcox 10 Moses Corntill and Tlienaas Cornhill^ 14 Richard Bristol13 Jacob Shook and Conrad Shook 15 James McCuUoch and Thos. — 34 James McGuire and Joseph Gardner . Bosfield 33 Timothy Street. 17 John Kenny and Peter Kenny 18 James McLean and David McBride 19 Isaac Vanfleet and Joseph Vanderlip 21 Timothy Street. Senr. 31 Wm. Clarridge and John Clarridge 17 Hugh Craig and Phelix Havens 18 George Wilson and Edward Troy 20 Margaret Woodruff. 8 John Leflar 9 Peter Frank and John Frank 11 John Peeler and Peter Lawrence 12 Peter Lawrence 14 Ashman Pettit and Erastus Howard 15 Wm. 1 4th Concession West.. and James Butler.

17 Peter Plummerfelt -21 18 Timothy Street Joscelyue Waller 19 Henry Ortte and John Dreice 22 James Dunn and Timothy Dunn 24 Wm. Waller. Marwood and John Hardy 6th Concession West. Xichol.34 James McCormack . 17 Peter Plummerfelt 13 Frederick Pickard. Lot. 25 Mary Pettay 27 John Brown. 1 Richard Hull and Levi 2 Mayhew Owen Thomas and Asa Ingram 4 James Secord. 26 Henry Brown 27 Adam Brown.Stli 'Concession East. 23 Hanah Stull 24 Jacob Stull. Lawrence. Lot. 7 Thomas Wlietham 8 Abraham Scott and Ernest Scott 10 John Hagar and David Hagar 11 Alexander C. 28 Mary Brown 30 Peter Whitney and Robert Martin 31 Ralph Crawford 32 Robert Woodhill and John Mercer 33 Wm. 2 Robert Calder and Alexander Calder 3 Josiah Brown and florace Benedict 4 Maurice Worts and Jabez Lewis G Jane Ostrander. 1-4 Thomas Cooper. 16 Abraham Moore and Thumas Hull . 9 Charles Stotesbury 5 James Ostrander and John Miller 7 Aaron Page and Charles Fuller 8 Peter Emerick and G-eorge Emerick 9 Charles Stotesbury 11 Daniel Merigold and Lewis Bradley 12 Samuel Curry and James Curry 14 Duncan Buchanan. Hartrick and John Hartrick . 33 Timothy Street 31 Wm. 15 Timothy Street 17 Samuel Finch and John Campbell 18 Timothy Street and John Heldgate 21 J. 29 Joseph Brown 30 Mary Vrooman.

Lot. all 20 Mary Howard and Mary MuUoy 22 James Wilkie and Mary Mulloy 23 Isaac Campbell and John Bates Geo. 33 James G. Albert Thomas and George Evfeni 26 and 27 John Smith. 30 acres 2nd Concession. Chewett. Atcheson and Wm. List of Original Patentees of Lands in the Townshijy of Albion. 1 John Willis and Allan Smith all 2 John Balfour.. will afford much similar information. Peckthorn. Proudfoot and John Gilmore 40 Daniel McLauglin. all 25 Dennis McCarthy. 1st Concession. all 8 Wm. Chewett. Thos. Grantees in the Township of Albion. but the following list of the first jjatentees of the most of the lots in those> Townships. and John Wilkinson. all 29 Thomas Bray and Jermiah Fox •SI SO James Killen. JohnStOn 6 and 7 James Sampson. 4 Hannah Stanley. Lot. 1 •2 and 3 James Ross.It has not been found convenient to obtain the names of tlic Original. 5 Catharine Young . all Johu Vance and Francis McLaughlin S2 Farwell Rossing. aH S5 John Raun and Frederick Raun 36 Randoldh Raun and Frederick Raun 37 John Kidd and James O'Laughlin 38 Benjamin Shell and John Kidd 39 Wm. Dixon i9 James G. 10 Timothy Terry 12 and 13 Michael Sloat. Chewett. Snr. Caledon and Toronto Gore. Crawford Jni* 24 James G. all 14 John Ronghnett and Michael Sloat 15 Johft Hutchinson and John Elliott 16 George Duggan anp Robert Muir 17 John Wilkinson. Chewett. 18 and 19 James G. Chs. Lindsay find 4 John Dunn. all. all Joseph Lindsay and Wm.

Cornelius and 4 Hugh Mulloy. all 6 Wm. Ellen Matthews and Thos Forsyth 21 Wm. all. McCarty 2 Timothy McCarty. John Spaul and Thos. George Kerns and James Keai'ii Ralph Crawford. John Pollard and Henry Shaw 3 Hugh Mulloy and John W. Carberry 7 Daniel Brooke and James Sauip«"'n 8 Simon Kemp. \ . Continued. Mulloy. Kearan and Benjamin Milliken all 31 Margaret Johnston. all 36 Francis Lock and John Scott 37 J. 9 acres 3rd Concession. Archibald McVean. Cheavers James Kear. all Wm. Henry McCartney.all 20 Sarah Matthew«. Lot. G. 12 Charles Northcott and 13 Patrick Robinson. 7 Daniel Brooke 6 Michael Connor and Jacob Prenties 8 Frederick Niion. Wilson and Richard Oxtoby 22 John Dolfin and Ii3 Wm. Balfour 1 Archibald McBean. McColIum. all 17 George and John Garbutt 18 Robert Duncan arid Mary Hsward 19 Thos. John Gracey. Cheavers 25 26 27 28 29 John Smith and Wm. 32 John Smith and George Robinson 33 Robert Crawford and Edward Stinson . Chewett 38 Samuel Chewett 39 James Wright.— 2iid Concession.34 Nancy Baker. all Wm. 12 John Jaffree 9 Peter Byrne and Simon Kemp 10 William 0"Neil and Timothy Ingham . all 10 and 11 Michael Hart. James Wilson and Charles Wilson James Kearson and John Smith Matthew Ker«s.son. Prondfoot 14 John Jeffray and John Koughnett 15 John McDonald.

all. Thomas Shortis. 13 Patrick Robinson T4 J. 12 Love Newlove. CheAvett. Edward Rogers 26 Martin Carroll. all 35 Henry Shell and Archibald Lock 36 Charles Carson and Elisha Lawrence 37 'James Carless. G. 18 Thomas Richard Brooke and Thomas Morrison 20 Joseph Dolan and Patrick Kelly 21 Elias Jones and William Squires. 25 acres 4th Concession. Continued. 16 Ebenezer Blair 15 Richard Wellwood. all . 12 John Jaflfrey. 7 Andrew Cake and Mark Fitzpatrick S Robert Castle and George Reid 11 George McDougdl 10 Hannah Holmes. 5 Abraham Brierly and Alexander all Murray 6 Alexander Dick.— 36 3rd Concession. 32 John Reiley 33 Mary Reid. Lot 1 Michael Grey and Daniel Mulholland 4 James B. all 13 Richard Shore and Walter Fletcher 14 Robert Nelson and Alexander Harlou 15 Robert Day and George Duncan 19 Charles Thompson 17 Malcom McLennan. jr. William Roach and William Sparrow 17 William Garbutt and John Smith 18 James Chewit. 19 all James Duggan and Thomas Mulloy 20 Michael Devine and Benjamin Petty 22 Greorge Atkinson and Robert Willis 23 Joseph Richardson and Benjamin Johnson 24 Laughlin Quin and William Daley 25 John Wallis. all arid Jntnos Keiied] 27 Matthew McAuly and Timothy Wilson 29 Patrick Lynch and James Fielding 30 Thomas Johnson and Simon Scully 31 James Lough eed. Caldwell 2 James Vanluren. 22 Michael Dixon and William Squires 23 Arthur Squires and William Squires 25 Archibald Lock.

Morly Hishou and James Wilson 6th Concession. William Taylor and George Peadletoa 26 John Wilmott and Samuel Lewis 27 Lancy Luther. 7 Samuel Chewett Edmoud Boyle and Timothy Dawson Thomas Harker and David Lougheed John Macklem and William Moore William Macklem and David McDougall John Shore and Albert Finch John Shore. Matthaw Finualy. 1 Charles Caldwell.— 4th Concession.> 8 Simon Hogg. : all 5rh Concession. 24 William Taylor. all 88 acres.* 10 12 13 14 15 Joseph Scott and Thomas Hainwell 16 Joseph Hudson and John Chapman 17 Henry Dowue}". '. sen. William Proudfoot and Henry Mille^ 18 Joseph Milburn and Patrick Joyce 19 George Duggan and James Chrysler 20 William Sylve. Lot. 26 William Horan and Jolin Jaffrey "27 TVilliani Horan and Francis Kelly 28 Mark Dawson and William Birdsell 29 John Paul and Michael Dixon ol John JafFvey and Joseph Cooliiran 82 Edv. all 29 Hannah Gormlej. Cliewett. 3 William Caldwell G 2 xVndrew. John Boyce and John Scott 25 Henry Taylor. 1 William Nagg> and Philip Peacock 2 Jonathan Peacock and Hector McQuarrie .*ter and Patrick Henderson 23 Thomas Yaltine 22 George Duggan. Continupd.and Thomas Dawson 30 W^illiam Hawkins and John Paul 31 William Hawkins and Peter Donahue 32 James G. JiOt. John Oliver and John Shor>. Huiih and James McCouvt 4 James Caldwell. and John Mulloy Hiram Prentiss.-aid Wallace and John Small 34 William Ford and John Patrick 35 James Doherty. all 33 Charles Carson.

11 Robert Loring and John Jeffrey 12 George Evans. 4 Joliu Shunk and James 6 7 (jroodfellow 5 Allan Smith and William Rogers John Rogers.ed. William Rogers and William Williamson Adam Haliday and William Bloor 10 Robert Loring 8 Elizabeth Plummer. 25 James G. all 13 John Collins and John Shore 14 Francis Collins and Thomas Rogers 15 Thomas Cooper and Richard Johnson 17 Thomas Spiler. 3 David Dowdle 4 David Dowdle and Robert Shields 6 John Black and Richard Johnston 7 Joseph Maitshall and Asa Reynolds 8 Charles Bolton. all 5 acres 7th Conces. all .n. 1 William Graham. 19 John Mulloy.Ifoot 18 George Doufwaite and Peter McEntee 19 James Johnson. Hugh Whitely and David Leach 18 James Chrysler and Peter IMcEntee all 20 George Vernon. 9 James G. 12 Joseph Kerr. 9 acres 2 Joshua Hunter. P]vans 31 and 32 James Orr. CoHtin. Lot. Chewett. 14 Alexander Grant Alexander Armstrong. 23 Robert Shore all 26 Robert Tredgear and Richard Darker 27 William Proudfoot and John Lockheart 28 Thomas Beetham and Mary Honan 29 William Wray and James all .— 3S 6th Concession. 33 Robert Hunter. 22 John Shore and William . James Jamieson and John Jamieson 22 Thomas Maxwell. Chewett Scott and 10 Robert Loring. John James Redpath 13 John Kerr and William Morrison 15 John Briggs and William Noble 10 James Brecon and John Cawthree 17 James Monkman and Andrew White 20 Robert Johnson Prou<.siou.

8 Anne Johnson. 29 John all 27 Samuel Wressel and Richard Owen Cummer and Cathrine Flanigan 30 John Bailie and James Leckie 31 James McLaughlin. 6 James Hall. ^ all 10 and 11 Robert Loring. Thomas Johnson and Jacob Mabee 19 Stephen Pherrill and James McCabe 20 Henry Ausman and Jacob Cook 22 William Woulfe and William Roadhouse 23 William Roadhouse. 21 John Armstrong. 26 J. 7 Thomas McLaughlin all. James Johnson and Henry Downie 23 John Coates and James Coates 26 George Cooper and Thomas McClure 27 Francis McCauley. G. all .— 39 7tl: Coacession.s 26 Daniel Hunter. 39 acres 8th Concession. 15 George Godbolt 16 James Blair and George King 17 William Killigham. Chewett. G. Con tinned. James Wressel and SAiuel Wressel 24 Jolin Mills. Benjamin Rowley and Henry Scott 28 J. 300 acres 12 William Proudfoot and Thomas Bowes 13 Samuel Kerr and Joseph Scott 15 William Downie and Alexander Garrit 16 Alexander Garrit. Patrick Heaan and Richard FlewoUau 25 Peter Dolan and Thomas Shorti. all 24 John Acheson 25 William Proudfoot and Karson Horan 27 Catherine Nerdin^' and Michael Treunor . 18 Henry Downie. J^ot. Lot. Patrick Henan and Joseph Russell 18 Thomas Bowes. 17 John Aikens 20 William Proudfoot 25 John Trainer 19 Thomas Cooper and James Downie 22 Timothy Appleton. 29 Conrad Lampe 9th Concession. 11 Robert Parker. Chewett. 6^^ acres 12 and 13 William Parker 14 James Bolton. 23 George Vaii^han.

' : . Lot.40 10th CoQcession. 21 20 William Dennis Blackiuiu. all. George Hilliard and 14 Albert Fennell. 12 Peter Lampman tleiirgr' Fattv-r. G Chewett. Lot. all 400 acres 30 William Brown and George Bell 31 Thomas Clark. all 40 acres . all 2 George Beatty and Daniel McDivit o Tobias Murphy and Hugh Hagerty 4 Patrick Wissett and Daniel Hark in (> George Viney and William Robinson 8 Philip Chambers 7 William Robinson. . 1 (i 15 William Stubbs Allan Eddy and Archibald Ferguson 17 James Daniel and George Sloan 18 Joel Kenedy and Andrew Ward 19 Thomas Silverthorn aud John Dixon 20 Roderick McDonnell and John Stubbs 22 Matthew AVarren and Alexander Hillock 23 James Broddy and John Hind 24 Nancy Wortz and John Martindale 25 Michael Armstron r and Robert Rayburn 20 Nancy Wortz aud >V"illiam Hawkins 27 and 29 J. 25 James Sanderson Li^t of Oriqinal Patentees of hinds in Caledon Ertst.- 18 Thomas Kingsmill. 22 and 23 John Liddy 24 Mary Horan. Thomas McLaughlin and Thomas 22 John Eastwood and James Grant 25 Gilbert Doyle. 1 John Gormley. 1' Daniel Martin and John Murphy 10 Patrick Doherty. Lot. 17 aud 18 James and Thomas Miirphy 19 Jeremiah Hills. 1st Concesion. 2tl 28 Alexander Ogilvie and Robert Rustion 27 Alexander Campbell Catharine Nerding-and James Evans 11th Concession.

Chewett. Martin McKinnou and Dunk. P. Alexander Ferguson and (roorge Dodds 12 J. all 14 Charles 3IcKenna. 13 John 7 i^ Frederick. John John 12 Hon. 1 Hugh McKcnna and Christopher Burns John Simpson and Andrew Bigham 17 Thomas McGofF and George Sloan 18 Edward Walker and John Baxter 10 John Sproule and John 3IcColl 5 21 J. 1 East. 27 Thomas Adair '' 28 Robert Hobson and William Johnston 29 William Brown and Robert Hobson 3d Concession. 26 18 Benjamftn Vannatter and Elizabeth Hende^-son 19 Elizabeth Henderson and Thomas Blake 20 William Raines and Charles Doherty . East. G. Lot. Chewett m 3 David Boyle 4 Constantino Murphy and Henry Gorrow 6 Constantino Murphy and John Murphy 2 Gorge Johnston. ^ Patrick Murphy 10 J. 1 Thomas Brook and Samuel Mc Bride ' 2 John C. Hatt and Alexander Broddy 4 Philip John Bracken 6 Thomas Petch and William McDonnell 7 John Murphy and Ellen Murphy 11 Phoebe Wortz 5 Timothy Chambers. 10 Peter Ferguson. Chewett .41 2ncl Coneessiou. 5 • . all ^ 22 Edward Shortis and James Jackmau - 23 Willliam Johnston and George Dodds 25 Elisha Rickley and David Edgar 26 Benjamin Lawrence. Cummins and Patrick McEnenney ^ 3 Turpin Culham. G. G. Baxter. Petrie.^ Duncan Cameron Lamont.-ni W> 14 Neil Lamont Lamont and Alexander Stewart 16 Archibald McDonnell 15 Collins McArther. 1. Donald vMcKinnon. J.7 Edward Walker.

Ezeki McCann. 1 William Sharp and John Sharp 1 2.. Lot. 9 16 Samuel McGill and Joseph Vickery 17 Robert McMichael and Thomas Cathcart .4 42 22 Matthew Sweetman 23 Isabella Dodds and William Jemieson 24 William Jtmicson and John 3IcVean 26 John Paul auJ Samuel Madll 27 James Fcnton and Samuel Magill 4th Concession. Anthony Sharp and Peter Webster 10 George Douglas and Archibald McColluve 12 John and Allan McKinnon 13 Donald McQuarrie and Roderick McCrae 14 Samuel Gordon and Farquhar McQuarrie 7 J. 25 John Mattice 26 Benjamin Reynolds. Neil McDonnell and Neil Campbell 19 John Assilstine. 2 James Magee 3 John Grindle. William Clark and Richard Clark 4 Sydney English and Robert Duncan 6 William Emmerey and Alexander Ferguson 8 John Bracken Gr. Chewett. East. all 20 Joseph Rawston. 22 Charity Warner 23 John Hopkins. 1 Lambert F. Brooks. Joseph and Henry Shone 21 James Henderson. 11 William Judge 11 Archibald Ferguson 13 Hector 3IcQuarvie and Donald 1 Mary McKinnou ane William Cormack McKinnon Hector and Farquhar McQuarrie 15 Donald and John McQuarrie 17 Thomas Brett and William Lang 18 James Williams. Lot. East. 27 Thomas Henry 5th Concession. 8 William Bergin 10 George 12 Farrcll. all 4 Edward McCann and William Davis 5 Thomas Englieh and William Winer 6 Charles McDonnall and John Judge 7 Elizabeth Frederick.

6th Concession East. 18 William Richardson and Jackson Potter. C. 9 Robert Lord Williams and Daniel Hicks. 3 Philip Snyder. 11 Murdoch Morrison and William Lindsay. 6 13 Margaret Woodruff. Hilts. 2 Thomas Wallis. . 22 Elizabeth Blain and Jeremiah 23 Eleanor Brown.— 43 5tli Concession East Continued. 20 William Howarth and Thomas Brett. 10 Peter Wolfe and Daniel Hicks. Lot. 7 James Crane. 25 James Walker. Shea. 15 Joseph Martin and William Wreggett. 8 William Maxwell and Philip Chambers. Mary Vanderlip. 24 William Howarth and John F. 20 Jackson Potter and Patrick Minnaugh. 1 Barnard McGuire. CALEDON WEST. 4 David Culp and Hugh Black. all. 19 Peter Rann and Frederick McCrae. 12 Owen Gershon. 1st Concession. 5 William Kennelly and David Hanton. 7 6 William Johnston. 4 Elizabeth Forbes. 8 Elizabeth Vanderlip. 13 Matthew Wilson and James Inson. 10 Donald Cameron and Richard McLean. 14 Farquhar McKinnon and Donald McDonald. 6 Dennis McCarthy and John Campbell. 21 J. 19 Edward Walker. 2 Robert Oliver. 22 William Franks. 23 Daniel McLaughlin and Francis Smith. 1 Bernard Turquand. Chewett. 12 Aaron Silverthom. 17 John Richardson and Isaac Plunkett. IS Christopher Hughes.

24 Michael Naghton and Miles Bacon. all. 10 Christian Brown and John Brown. 11 William Walker and Moses Atkinson. 15 James and Daniel Neelands. 16 William Mattice. 29 Donald McDonald and Jonas Smith. 2 John Polly. 22 Anne Wilcox. 8 George StaiFord and John Burkholder. 23 Robert Land and James Beattie. Murphy and James Middagh. 12 David Paterson and Robert McKeon. 26 John McDivitt. 19 Samuel Ryckman. 18 Eliza Wilcox.— 44 1st Concession Continued. 25 Samuel Ryckman. 27 William Atchison. 2nd Concession West 1 Murdock Morrison. 4 John McMarchle. 20 William Beaudry and Robert Nixon. 15 Thomas Dressel and John Smiltzar. 25 Michael Armstrong and John Morris. all. 26 Con. 23 Miles Bacon and Thomas Taylor. 17 James McNabb. . Adam Bowman. et al. 18 William Walker and 19 William Willoughby. 30 William Archart and Hugh Dale. all. 31 John Keys and Orange Lawrence. Nunn and Alexander Clunas. 20 Francis 21 McLean and William Limebeer. 5 6 John Amos Wilcox and Thomas Robinet. 13 William Walker and John Weaver. 14 George Chisholm. Thomas Johnston and John Nunn 7 Ellen Murphy. Lot 14 Samuel Ryckman. & 22 Robert Lane. 17 William Berry and Matthew Crooks. all.

31 George Searle and 29 John Heisse. 4 John Marsh and William Bowbeer. 7 Susannah 9 8 Robert Sinclair. 16 Elizabeth Vandusen. 20 Henry Weir and David Wilson. Hugh Doherty. 30 George Middagh and William Hawkins. 31 John Barclay. Hagerman.— 45 2nd Concession West Lot. 12 Amos Dexter and John 14 13 Henry Brown. 17 Thomas Taylor. 10 John Bonnar and Christian Martin. 22 Henrietta Chase. Mary Vroman. 1-5 Adam Brown. 3rd Concession West. 23 Peter Bowman. 6 John Ham. Ham. James D. 1 John McDonald and William Proudfoot. \ all. 15 Joseph Brown. 6 George Walker. Continued. 24 Jacob Meddagh. 19 Abraham Bowman. 18 John Thatcher. 28 Samuel Ryckman. 8 Samuel 11 Ryckmam. 10 William McDonald. Brewster and Jacob Howse. 4:th Concession West. 5 4 Henry Loux. 26 James Middagh and Abraham Topp. John Clark and William 12 Isaac Scott. 1 John Keith and Lachlan B. James Hammond. . 14 John B. 13 Henry Brown. 27 29 Hugh Hugh Brewster and Abraham Topp. Laughton. 27 James Maxwell and Allan Nelson. 7 Samuel Hyckman. 2 James Davidson. 3 John Marsh and Anthony Davis. Ham. all. Cooper. 25 John Aikins and James Austin. 2 John McDonald and Peter McNaught. Allan.

Peter McArthur and Edward Thatcher. 3 Murdock Cameron. 5th Concession West. 9 Archibald McArthur and John Gillies. 21 Hugh Nesbit and Stephen Nesbit. 25 George Middagh. . 22 Arthur Alexander. Mickle. . 13 Edwin Secord and George Munroe. 24 Samuel Ryckman. 4 John Crichton. Abrakam Bowman. Continued. Bernie. 27 Manasseh Leeson. Brown. 26 Charles Teitzel and Henry Weir. 29 31 & 30 Mary Wagner and William Frank. 29 Lucinda Morden. 19 18 William Thatcher. Bowman and Thomas Atkinson. 31 Robert Shields and Joseph Ross. 7 Catharine Baker. Hugh McClennan and William Foster. 18 Abigail McCarter. 1 Donald and Archibald McKinnon.— 46 4th Concession West Lot. 17 Edward Morris. 15 Charles Jones and John Smith. 22 Thomas Blake and Joseph 23 William Vannatta and Peter Shaver. 17 JohnE. 8 Peter Blair. Edward Moore and John 6th Concession West. 10 Jonathan McCurdy. Daniel and Alexander McLaughlin. 20 Archibald McGregor and John Crawford. 21 Christian Hendershot. 1 John and James McDonald and Daniel Reid. Archibald McLean. 28 Sarah McKenzie. 23 Elizabeth Gaynor. 6 Michael Baker. 19 Abraham 20 Mary Secord. 25 John McCartney and Robert Harrison. 14 David Hotrum and George Munroe. 16 Charles Stewart.

28 John Johnson Fie. 20 Alexander McLaughlin. Jr. 10 Samuel Shaw. 12 John Bowman. 8 7 James Reid. 12 John Modeland and William Wilson. James Eakins. 8th Concession. 14 William Reynolds and Francis McKindsey. 17 Henry Bloom and William McKindsey. Joseph Ross and Donald McArthur.— 6th Concession Lot. 10 Joseph Price and James Tomlinson. 13 Wm. 15 Henry Near. 3 and 4. 1st or 7th Concession. TORONTO 1. West Continved. 4 Archibald McLean. 18 21 & 19 Thomas Arthur. 5 John McPherson and Donald McKinnon. 8 Duncan McDonald. 13 George King and James King. Graham. 7 & 8 Joseph Davies. Baldwin. Gilbert Eowan and John Campbell. & 23 Peter Van Every. George Searle. 26 William Hawkins. 2. GO'R'Ei—Smdhern Dimsim. 27 Isaac Scott and 29 Benjamin File. 25 Samuel Ryckman. Edmund 31. 14 Henry Bell and George Graham. 15 John Nixon and Thos. James Brown. Moore. 7 George Coates and Mary Campbell. 11 Allan Shaw. 6 Angus Fletcher. Joseph Graham. 10 William Frank and Lenah Outerkirk. 11 Samuel Ryckman. David Dick and Malcolm Nixon. 2 Alexander Pattullo and "William Kirkwood. Hawkins and James Buchanan. 22 Joseph Bernie. 6 Samuel Manning. 12 Henry Beer. 9 Connel J. .

7 6 Alexander McVean. & 8 Reuben Sherwood. Wm. 16 Thomas Thomson and Abraham Adlum. 13 Edward Robson.7 — 48 8th Concession Continued. 7th Concession. 7 George Dale and George Ward. P. 4 C. 2 Elisha Lawrence. TORONTO 1 GOR'E—N'orthern Division. P. Lot. 9th Concession. John Strachan. 2 Alexander Cullen. Wm. 8 Wm. 12 John Metcalf. 5 Wm. 3 Alexander McGregor. 1 John O'Grady. 11 George Garbutt. 3 Ross Nixon. James McDonald. Figg. John Strachan. 11 Rev. all. 12. 5 Robett Woodell and John Woodell. 3 John Groves. 14 Rev. Baldwin. Porter 15 J. 9th Concession. 4 John Healy and et al. 14 John O'Grady. 15 D'Arcy Boulton. 16 Nathaniel Reid and Benjamin Sergeant. Morrison. 9 & 10 John Sanderson. 2 John Beikie. 3 John McVean and James . 15 John Petit Port de Lahaye. 12 John Curtis and Anne Webb. 17 Francis Foster. Proudfoot. de Lahaye. 10 Hawkins. 13 James Henderson. Catharine and Anne Hishion and James McDonald. 13 & 14 Wm. Alexander Amstroug. J. Hawkins. John Strachan. 1 Abraham Adlum. 24 Rev. 8th Concession.

14 16 Wm. John Strachan. 17 Rev. lOth Concession. & 9 John Beikie. 14 Keuben Sherwood. 14 16 12 Alexander Roxborough. 11th Concession. all first regular organization of the Townships : now composing the County of Peel. 4 Dickenson Fletcher. 12 John Murphy and Thomas Parr. James Durand. Campbell. 600 10 Patrick Doherty and Peter Fitzpatrick. 10 & 11 Rev. was in 1821. 15 Wm. 14 & 16 Rev. 6 James Sleightholm. MsDonkell. 8 Reuben Sherwood. and shews IPopulatioD. Alex. . John Strachan. Murray. 8 11 & 9 Alexander Roxborough. Toronto Chinguacousy and Gore Albion . Proudfoot. ei oJ. acres. Acres cleared. 15 Michael Kussell. Wm. 7 Michael Russel. 7 8 5 Sarah Allison. 17 George Vaughan. 4 Thomas Foster. Lot. 17 George Hall. & 17 James Winniet. 13. The Proudfoot. . 3 John McVean.6 — 49 9th Concession — Continued. 10 Martin Burns. John Strahan. 2 Elisha Lawrence.. 5 & 7 Michael Russell and Thomas Henan. 1 John Murphy and Charles S. Value in Property. 11 & 12 Rev. Wm Proudfoot 12th Concession.

Toronto .. . Albion Brampton Caledon Chinguacousy Gore Streetsville.50 The following table will shew the progress of each municipality : in population to the time of the last census 1841..

James Clark. Alexander J. John Bevins. John.. Ebenezer . Con. John Armstrong. Carberry.. 9 7 14 14 15 13 Campbellj Robert Campbell. James 4 4 6 S 3 13 3 4 7 Matthew John Caldwell. Samuel Boyce. Thomas Swinarton. Joshua Boyce. Abraham 3 7 7 Bolton Austin Bolton. 10 6 1 26 15 1-5 Bolton. Charles Bolton. 25 30 7 Bevans. Edward Henry Richard 6 14 24 24 24 24 64 26 3 3 8 25 18 19 Wm 10 4 3 5 Robert 8 7 Brown. Beatty. Martin Bible. P.Jane Wm Wm 9 7 Wm 4 4 3 4 Callaghan. Con.. Benjamin Beamish. 7 5 7 7 5 5 Henry Clark. Thomas . Gent. Jr 6 1 Wm 2 4 4 7 3 6 38 27 28 29 16 17 25 36 25 i 4 . John Anderson. Deputy Reeve. George Evans.O. Agnew. John 4 Armstrong. Caldwell. Shoe- 10 28 18 8 19 19 9 Wm Bowes. Richard Baguly. Beatty. Bowes. John Caldwell. Hugh Carson.. Francis Beamish.. Bradley.. Undertaker 7 7 2 Armour.. George Beamish. John. Thomas Campbell. John Campbell. Matthew. 2 3 Atcheson.. Wm P 2 32 16 Blain. George.? .. Bradley. Caspar Wm 8 8 9 5 7 12 13 16 24 22 23 8 6 28 2 maker Atcheson. Wm 4 4 5 . Sr.. Thomas Bradley. Robert Beetham. 1873. John Vance. Hugh. Edward Banks. Hugh Atcheson. Dixon. James Cargo. Isaac Wilson and Peter C. 51 MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. John Allan. Burton. Bradley. Beatty. . Bradley. 20 26 John Bible.. James 2 Armstrong. Charles Caldwell. George. Lot. Joseph Catherwood. Clerk. Coventry. 10 2 Armstrong.O. Beatty. George Bowes. Brown. Anne Beamish. Treasurer. Robert. 5 5 4 1 5 4 4 16 2 6 8 5 7 3 2 Bradley. Daniel Callaohan. George Carberry... senior.. Samuel... John. junior. Brown^ . Adam Beetham. Austin. Councillors. P. Campbell. Bradley. Henry Beasley. Bolton. John Bowes. David Carter. Beatty. Clark. 6 5 1 5 3 4 8 6 7 3 2 Wm J. Charles 7 7 7 7 Edward. Keeve. Robert Burton. John 5 Armstrong. . Lot. Alexander Anderson. Charles Bolton.

John. Dixon. John. Charles Eagan. David Garbutt. 7 7 7 1 7 21 1 27 2 4 3 James 13 8 1 Dean. Fines. Goldsmith... Dixon. 2 6 8 7 24 28 32 7 5 1 Elliott. Edward Duke. Elliott. Dale. Dunbar. Elliott. James Fuller^ 26 9 9 Wm I'odsworth... Hugh Daley. John Drummond.. Lot. 1 1 Fry. Thomas Dolan. Thos Fallis. Timothy Coolaghan. 8 7 7 Wm 7 9 .. . Wm Innkeeper John Crisp. Thomas Friar. John. Dixon. Joseph. 8 2 3 8 6 Kearns Colley.. John.. Dick. John Gibson. Percy Dean.. Elisha Faulkner. Farrel Finnerty. Robert Farley. Dodds. 6 5 3 2 2 1 30 30 24 6 7 Evans. Thomas Garbutt. Brian Dolan. Samuel. Innkeeper. Ellis. Mrs. Dennis Dolan. 4 3 6 4 7 8 1 19 6 8 8 Wm Geora-e. Con.. . 52 €lark. 4 5 1 33 1 7 10 -' Elliott.. 23 23 23 14 4 2 9 28 :i4 Glassford.. Michael 4 4 5 5 2 6 36 33 20 20 4 Duggan. Richard Downie. Clayburn. Hugh James John Joseph Michael 30 30 5 Finncrty. Jr Finnerty. 10 8 Fuller. Matthew. Patrick Dowdle. Wm 7 12 12 14 15 7 25 14 1 Thomas 1 7 7 James 3 Daley. Innkeeper Coolaghan. Curran. Teacher. Gent Farr. Copperthorn. David Downie. Leander.. Shoemaker. Innkeeper 23 39 29 17 28 James Duffy. maker George George. Geo. Mrs. Adam Dean. Shoe6 . Joseph. Michael 2 7 5 4 2 3 2 8 4 12 26 28 20 15 3 22 18 1 Garbutt. Elliott. John Daley. John 14 9 16 . Dixon. John Joseph Robert Robert 26 7 1 Elliott. Edward 4 8 Wm 8 4 3 5 11 27 13 34 14 14 8 21 28 East. 7 5 5 1 18 16 . James Dudley. John.. Tanner.. George Coulter. Sr Finnnerty. Joseph Doherty. John Duffy. Brian Dwyar. Luke Vopperthorn. Robert Curless. Mary Donahue. 3 6 Wm Wm 32 4 30 31 29 31 13 7 7 1 4 7 7 1 7 6 Dixon. Joseph Devins. Robert Goodeve. Lot. Corket. Edward Dale. Jane . James Duke. Dale. Wm Davidson. Wm. Crisp. John. Patrick Freeland. . Robert Evans. George Godbolt.. 5 9 5 Duffy. John. Robert Goldsmith. Robert. Esq.. Wm Wm 3 4 7 Farr. Dixon. Wm Con.. John Coffee... Edwar'd 5 3 31 4 Gudbolt. Henry. Jr Crawford. Elliott.. Gibson. Richard . Devlin. Evans. Thomas Oonnors.

Patrick • Wm 3 6 1 rt 33 29 9 Haffey. James Hanna... Michael Horan. Francis Graham.ssup. Thomas Keams. 3 2 24 22 27 27 2 8 32 10 12 12 27 29 17 20 4 4 . John. 13 9 17 11 Kelly. 5 6 1 5 Wm teacher. Lot. Lot. Edward Gormicon. Grogan. Kerr. Con. George Grey.. Richard Harrison.. 53 Oon. Patrick Gott. Wm. Hayes. James Haisworth. 2 3 2 11 37 22 17 Jessup. Mortimer Wm 3 3 9 1 5 Judge. I I 1 19 6 7 5 Adam James Sr. Robert Hanna. D^avid Kee. Stephen 4 5 3 1 34 7 17 1 2 6 3 19 5 5 32 3 Kennedy. Goodfellow I I . Hall.. Wm 4 5 2 30 20 18 18 7 7 2 4 6 HefiFron. H arper. Robert Kidd. John Kerr. Patrick Kelly.. Thomas Harrison. 4 1 Irwin. John Hayes. Joseph Harper. James Kee.. Joseph . James Hastings.. Michael. Wm. Gormicon. John Horan.. Simon Keating. Wm 26 27 27 3 I Hishon. Peter Hayes. Isaac Hud.. James Harper. Patrick Greer. Thomas Goodfellow. Robert 2 3 3 Wm Harper.. George Irwin. Senr 32 9 3 6 8 1 11 34 25 . William Hutchinson. (jroodfellow. Higginson. Richard Hayes. John Jaffrey. James Hilliard. . William Hogan.... John. James. iSimon 5 5 5 4 5 4 5 7 7 7 1 10 29 31 13 Gower. Thomas Hull. John Horan. Esq. David Hewitt.. 4 1 27 21 ' Hudson. Daniel Hishon. Mrs Plesp. Peter Kells. James Gower. Henry . Patrick Horan.. Henry Horan. Patrick Hishon. Goodeve. 3 6 9 9 6 5 6 30 33 4 28 12 24 2! 21 4 26 2-5 9 . George ' ! : : 4 5 1 30 33 :'-9 4 9 . James. Matthew Kearns. Thos 2 2 1 3 37 . John Irwin. Hassard. Junr Johnston. James Johnston. Joshua Kearns. James . Keith. Joseph Harrison. John Kerr. Michael 'Horan. John Keenathan. Hanna. 4 4 9 32 25 28 32 25 26 27 16 16 28 9 Wm 4 4 6 6 6 2 3 1 1 Graham. Weaver. Thomas George 37 17 21 8 Hutchinson. Samuel Jordan. Robert Johnston.son. Thomas 4 7 John Jefferson. George Johnston. William Horan. Henderson. James Hishon. Kobert Oower. Thos Henry. Hudson. j Goodfellow. Je.. Wm. Hishon. 15 16 31 10 John Hall John"^ Hanna. Jarvis Henry. James Wm. Samuel Hull.. 2 2 2 6 8 8 5 3- 19 13 15 16 Jackson. James Jackson.

Lougheed. John Mellow. J. Thomas 5 Moy.John Little. John. John | 3 35 16 ' i Mellow. 9 9 1 John 2 1 Joseph Killian. Rarnabas Milloy. James McBride. Isaac Wm Lmdsay. Samuel McCallum. . 29 24 12 26 18 18 27 14! 33 37: 25 24 ! ! ' j McCabe. David Matson. Lofc Kidney. 3 2 2 2 1 1 Wm Kingfeborough. Alexander 7 4 4 1 26 25 27 27 5 3 1 27 27 19 8 21 21 o 7 7 Wm Wm 2 9 7 Lowry. Wm 6 5 17 16 19 19 John 2 1 Mills. Lougheed. Thomas McCabe. Richard Milson. Matthew. 8 5j Monkman. John. Robert Lester. Joshua Killian. Robert McCabe. Jas. Lougheed. James 6 21 Moore.. John Jacob Jessie Simon 9 9 9 9 1 Mahew. Mabee. blacksmith Killian. Cou. Thomas. Robert Killian. John 9 5 6 5 2 1 Wm McCandless. James Lindsay. Hugh. Love.. Andrew . 4 3 6 G . Isaac Matthews. Wm 1 2 2 1 36 36 38 2 i i 9 1 16 | Maw. 28 28 30 30 30 27 30 28: 38 1 May. Thonias 5 19 4 22 23 18 36 27 29 15 5 3 1 Mimnaugh. James Laughlin. Alexander . Alexander McCauley.. Mabee. John Lindsay. 4 7 1 Thomas Jacob Lougheed. M innings. James 7 5 26 18 9 j ! 18 33 10 13 ' John Robert Little. Mills. i Wm 5 5 4 1 Abraham Linne. John Mason. Henry 24 24 7 Murray. Francis Minnick.. Francis McCauley. Shoe10 maker 22 7 28 Mullen. Lot. jr Lougheed. Christian. Timothy McCartney. (Pres. James 5 21 Mootry. 4 5 John 4 8 9 2 9 9 9 9 Mullen. Robert Lougheed. James Lackey. Daniel Minnick. Stephen Martir. Mabee. Lougheed. Wm Killington. Little..) Lewis. John Lindsay. Rev. James Kidney. Black2 smith Milloy. John Little. P. Senr. 2 3 6 2 5 5 1 6[ Moffatt. James Linne. James 3 Milloy. i-iOugheed. John Killian. Charles Kingsley. Patrick MuKr ay. Andrew Mullen. Duke. Thomas 3 McCarthy. Junr. Wm Lines. Francis McCauley. Wm 3 3 1 1 1 4 4 7 38 13 ! George Mills. Wm McCandless.54 Cod. 1 37 Moore. Lougheed. John Matson. tienry McCatharine. 5 James James. 10 Middleton. Henry McCabe.. James McBride. John McCallum. Lewis. Thomas McCallum. Car10 penter 17 7 Monckman.. McCandless. Alex. James 3 2 1 8 2 8 25 17 27 14 27 . John 17 I 17 ! Laughlin.

Andrew Noble. 1 32 4 34 6 2 ! j Patterson.. Newall. James Robinson. John. David Pedlow. McLaughlin. George 7 21 7 21 8 21 7 20 6 20 7 21 9 16 1 16 9 21 3 15 4 14 3 7 6 6 Norris. Robert Norris. Gilbert VcDonald. Joseph 10 27 Riddle. Thomas Robinson. John McNeven. 2 McCauley. John Thomas Newlove. McMinn. Shoemaker. 14 U 2 2 James Patterson. William Robinson. . j Wm .. James 2 McCauley. David. Phillips. John 5 28 Roadhouse. Rawe. Andrew Rosnay. Hugh. Samuel. Silas 6 22 Robb.. Edward Rowan. Patrick 8 McGuire.. Potter. Maria Newlove. Alexander. Michael McGouldrick. 18 7 7 8i 8 7 7 6 j Robinson.. James Perry. Thornton. Newlove. Norris. Lot. George Nunn. 4 4 McGinnis. Con.. - 4 3 1 7 7 4 7 Robb Robert. Blacksmith >JcLaughlin. Hush 2 McDonald. John Wm 2 6 Pike.55 Con Lot.... Benjamin 1 37 | j j ... Robb. John Robinson. James Nattrass."Sr 7 24 Robb. David. Phillips. Robert Newlove. 8 21 Robb. Wm. George Kixon. Merchant Palmer. James McMinn. Photographer 6 10 Raynor. John Pedlow. 3 35 2 16 7 7 1 1 Wm 33 28 6 5 5 9 Perry. Henry Henry Wm..s.. Patterson. Hugh Thomas Henry 5 9 2 1 35 McKinney. Charles.. 8 27 8 19 J 22 1 39 1 32 l 30 . 4 . George.. Joseph 7 19 Roadhouse. Michael O'Reilly. Thomas. John Patterson. John Roily. i 5 McCourt.. 1 33 James Roily. Jacob 3 4 2 7 Phillips. John. Jr Robb.. John Rosnay. 5 5 8 8 7 2 9 Wm McMullen. William Robson. Nixon. 5 4 3 Jas. William 7 30: Rogers. John 10 McKiiiley. John McCourt. Robert 1 28 Wm 37 37 35 2 20 5 5 Payne. Maria O'Brien. John 6 7 3 Potter. James 5 19 Riel. 34 3 Proctor. Robert. John 2 McElwain. Roily. John 10 2 McGrath. George Parr. Jr Robb.. Innkeeper 8 McKinley. Robert. John OLauuhlin. Henry 2 McGrath. Samuel Kobb. John Phillips. James 2 13 McMahon. Wm 1 28 10 17 28 21 31 31 7 33 29 29 30 35 17 10 12 14 12 12 16 18 15 14 6 7 i Wm Pollard. Robb Richard. Jackson Potter^ James 1 36 10 26 1 10 7 Potter.' James John Wm McKee. Jr 8 21 Robb. John 7 22 . McLellan.. Henry Noble. Henry Norri.. James McMinn.

. C. William 6 1 2 33 29 34 2 Rutledge. Shaw. William Shannon. Henry Joseph 3 8 8 1 1 6 17 Story. William Sullivan. David . Robert Thorburn. William Tearle. Ruston. Esq Shore.. Joseph Shore. 2 2 John 2 3 5 5 6 6 4 Thomas Switzer... Matthew Walton. Thomas Rutherford. J.. William Spence. James Strong. . Thomas Sparrow. Cornelius Sullivan. Esq 9 5 7 7 1 3 18 16 16 7 31 Steele. Shaw. Stinson. James. John Sanderson. Isaac Thompson. 4 22 32 25 29 10 21 •• 4 1 8 4 . John. Richard Shannon. William 4 . Henry 5 10 24 17 25 4 6 6 5 2 6 Shore. John Snell. William Jr. John Sen Wallace. Taylor. Jeremiah Taylor. Henry. Jr Wallace. Laughlin Wallace. Robert Wallace.. Mechanic. . Jr Ruston. John Wallace. John Sparrow. William Shannon. Abraham 11 3 17 20 18 24 31 4 3 3 4 3 3 32 28 24 32 27 27 21 Stewart. 6 29 31 31 28 T Stinson. Richard. James. Robert Stinson.. 8 9 9 6 9 6 5 1 Vane. George Taylor.. Thomas Scott.. J.. James Rutherford. Richard Jr 6 6 6 17 18 10 23 23 23 13 7 5 5 6 Henry Jr Taylor. Robert Sen Shore. Sv.. William C Vernon. Henry Strong. 2 3 5 2 30 13 17 23 34 2 3 2 2 Strong.. Matthew Stewart. William Shields. Edward Henry Henry Stinson. 17 18 21 6 10 7 5 17 10 21 Wagner. John John Thomas. Richard. Francis Taylor. Ruston. Samuel. Lot... Steele. John Tindale. Waines.56 Con. Simon Steele. Charles Shore. William Taylor... Scott. Wallace. James Stewart. Sullivan. 8 2 33 20 4 5 6 Thomas Seargeant. Con. 6 6 James Shore. . Lot. Stewart. George Strong. . William . William 9 20 10 19 Stinson. Allan Vance. Robert Jr Smith. Robert Sparrow... James M. Scott. Edward Towurow. Thomas Shaw. Edward. Robert Shinamon. Alexander Stinson. Shore. Samuel Rutherford.. 3 4 3 4 s 23 24 23 3 15 14 16 20 22 20 20 22 11 7 5 6 5 3 2 1 11 10 17 26 17 11 Thompson. John Shore.Adam Taylor. George Virgin... Thomas . Thomas Rutiierford.. Thomas Treadgold.John. Samuel 4 6 3 Stewart. Thomas Taylor. Steele. John Stewart. Neil Stewart. William Stinson. George RustoD. Joseph Taylor. Alex. Alexander »1 2 2 10 20 10 20 8 13 7 19 2 17 4 17 6 Stinson. Daniel Sullivan. Henry Sen Taylor.D Stewart.P 1 .

Clarridge. Burke. ^lerchant Dolson. John. Hush 30 ALLOA.. It has a station of the Toronto. Population about 400. George P. John. Thomas. Wilson. J.. Wm. John 23 17 11 20 6 3 2 1 Wayne. Drink-water. '" The River Barber. Innkeeper. Mahlon. George White. Painter. Farmer.. Bull. Labourer. James. Cooper. Eichard Wheeler. Abraham Ward. Blacksmith Keyworth. ALTON. Boddy. Coates. Jeremiah. Cabinet Maker Harrison. Blacksmith. Cabinet Maker Higgins. Glover. John Wyley.. John Wilson.. Weaver. Robert Youns. from Orangeville miles. Georse 6 3 9 19 Wardby. (^ollins. aflout]70. Mail tri-weekly. James Wilson. Armstrong. Wm. Henry 35 35 14 6 Wilson. SilverthorUj Aaron. John 3 7 8 1 1 Whitham. Farmer. Thomas. Senior 2 2 7 4 5 2 17 19- Wm Wm Wm Wm Wm 10 11 2 10 9 9 25 26 26 22 15 23 23 9 1 Wm 5 7 Woodyard. Samuel Wilson. John. Jr.. Shoemaker. . Manius. David Wyley. Cabinetmaker. Shinglemaker. F. Wolfe. Blacksmith. Edward Watson.. 4 28 15 19 24 Wellwood. Samuel. Wolfe. Robert Williamson. William. A flourishing village in Caledon West. Charles Whitham.. Harris. Webb. Cameron. Lot. Samuel Watkins. John. and furnishes good water power. James W 1 5 2 20 17 6 7 1 3 5 5 21 14 26 12 WUson. Blacksmith. Con. Barber. Population Harris. Innkeeper. Wm. 22 miles from Brampton Credit runs through the village. Mrs. Wolfe.57 Con. James. Lot. W" right. Shook. Merchant. Concrite. Wm. John Woodyard.. Labourer. James. Wm. Williamson. Michael. Wilson! Wolfe. distant from Brampton six miles. D. John Williamson. Wilcox.. Henry 3 6 10 8 Wm Wray. Post-master. James. David. Grey land Bruce i'ailway. Robert. Farmer.. Cabinetmaker Bull. Pedler.. Joseph Wilson. John. Farmer.. Bull. Wm Wm . Cooper. Harrison. Silverthorn. Geo. A small village and post-office station in Chitiguacousy West. Isaac Wilson. Walton. Woody. Distant from Toronto by rail 44 miles. Jacob. Farmer. Henry Wilson. Clark. Breen.

Butcher. P. George. Peter. McLean. Ramsay. Blacksmith. Merchant. I-enison. Gordon. ^Iarks. Shoemaker. small village in Caledon West. M. Benson. Grey and Bruce Railway. BELFOUNTAIN. McCurdy. Surveyor. James. Derby.. Merchant. Cooper. Robert. McTaggert. Roddick. Innkeeper. William. McBride. Page. Robert. Labourer. Dodds. Salem. It has a Station of the Toronto. Thomas. Labourer. MRS. Innkeeper. Hugh. Edward. Smith. Long. Morris. Murray. James. Farmer. Blair.D. McDonald. on the river Humber. Farmer. Michael. David. Francis. George. Unger. HERRING. Waggonmaker. Sawyer. Carpenter. Wilkinson. Archibald. James. Justus. Painter. Farmer. Meek. Bush. Robert. C. Congregationalist. Labourer. Foster. Mullin. Labourer. Presley. John. on the west branch of the River Credit . Book Erskine. NOAH. Riddell. Gent. Rowcliffe. Clerk. Sarah. Wool Factory. distant from Brampton 20 miles. Farmer. Harrington. AGNES. Longstreet. Hiram. James. Miller. Labourer. McClellan. Cabinetmaker. Alfred. Blacksmith. Lemon. Labourer. Cushman. Denny. P. and an office of An . Edward. Cabinetmaker. Population about 100. Malcolm. MASTER. Riddell. Labourer. McNichol. John. Keys. J. Glover. Watts. Archibald.. Morris. Blair. William. Here is excellent water- A power. Carpenter. Russell. Peter. Meek. Labourer. Alfred. McClellan. Waggonmaker. P. MEEK. Russell. Brock. Store. Foster. J.. Keys. McClellan. Carpenter. Merchant. Druggist. Archibald. John B. Nelson. James. Saw Mill. Tanner. Smith. Innkeeper. Innkeeper. Blacksmith. McClellan. Farmer. Neely James. Thomas. John. Edward. Webster. Emery. Bigham. Robert. Waggonmaker. BOLTON. Johnson. William. McDivitt. Jessie.58 H olden. Dick. David. James. F. Steele. Labourer. William. Gentleman. Farmer. I Pundy. Much business is done here in wheat and flour. Dodds. John. Josiah. Richard. Alexander. William. Rev. incorporated village in the Township of Albion. Farmer. William. James. POST MISTRESS. Farmer. Laidlaw. POST Hughson. Lawrence. Stevenson. Robert. Richard. J. Harris. McTaggert. John R. Hughson. Andrew. Kenedy. McClellan. Thomas. Farmer. Alfred.

J. Reeve.D.. Farmer. Labourer. John. Carriage Builder. Buist. Bonnar.. maker. John P. Robert. Clerk. Teamster. Lumber Merchant. Merchant Tailor John. 1872.. Teamster. William H. Masonic Arms Hotel. Charles E. Clerk. Carpenter. Burns. Arthurs. Exchange Hotel. L. Robert. Labourer. 1873. Potashery. William. Tanner. Timber Merchant. house and George Smith. It was incorporated by by-law of the County Council in June. bourer. Dalton. still The Post Office is called Albion. 26 miles. Evans. Railway Hotel. Samuel A. and the first election took place in January. George. James-H. Butcher. Eaves. Tinsmith. Charles. David. Albion Hotel. Publisher British Standard. British Standard. from Population 795. Walford.. Beamish. Foundry. taken in May. Robert. William. 1872. Thomas Curtis. Bryan. Bolton. Senr. J. George. M. George. Brownlee. Tanner. Thomas. William. Dick. Railway Station y\ aster. Gentleman. Labourer. Saddler. Richard. Patrick. according to census Toronto. Robert. Brown.. Henry. when the following council and officers were elected. William. James Stork. Beamish. Labourer.. Exchange Hotel. Beamish. Robert. Jessie N. Curlis. Corliss. D. Thomas. Joseph. Curlis. Exchange Hotel. N.. Machinist. C. Dixon. Bolton. Bell. Dawkins. Robert. Bright. M.. ^ Aubrey. Bolton. Lumber Merchant. 1873. Booth. Distant from Brampton 18 miles. Elliott. Clerk D. R. Thomas.. Bolton. La- Cooper. Bolton. George. John. Saw-mill and Woollen Factory. Reeve. Thomas. Gentleman. Dowling. Postmaster Bradley. William. Coates. Merchant. Brown. Elliott. Tanner.59 the Montreal Telegraph Co. Alexander. Dick. Bell. Shoes. Samuel. Booth. Elliott. Walter Taylor John Good- Joseph Warbrick. do. George. George Evans. East. Farmer. Merchant. by rail. Stephen. Cummings. Alexander. Blacksmith. George. Richard. Brydon. Thomas. Coroner.. Bonnar. Pottery. CabinetRobert. Thomas. for the purpose of incorporation. Buist. Cairns. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. 7 . Publisher. Elisha. Bolton. Jun. Cairns. Albion Hotel. John. Brownlee. Bolton. Dodds. Albert. Tailor. Clerk. Lambert R. Carpenter. James. Elliott. Labourer. Baker. x\ndrew. Burns. Councilors. Dodds. dealer in Boots and and Millinery. James. Treasurer. Elliott. William S. Undertaker.

Chandler. Butcher. Parsons. Hacking. M. Hyde. Proprietor. Ellen. Smith. Steele.M. Hugh. Jacob. Hersent. John.. lor. Norris. Plummer. Moody. Mrs. James. Frederick. Knight. Brickmaker. Scott. John. Sterne. Farmer. Richard. Roberts. P. Noble. John. CongregaMurch. Morrow. Merchant. John P. Galvin. Keating. Blacksmith. Carder. Goodfellow. Edward. }*lummer. Treadgold. Jane. RR. MathesoD. James. Tailor. Small. Stork. Steele. Labourer. Taylor Taylor. George. Labourer. Francis B. Carpenter. Joseph. Robertson. James. Mrs. Mrs. George. Joseph. Godbolt. Wm. Robert. Noble. Carpenter... H. Laceby. Michael. Robinson. W^hite. Labourer. Dressmaker. George D. Merchant TaiMcDonald. Sterne. & Steele. Harper. Tanner. Matthew. Ellen Hughes. Shore. Artist. Blacksmith. Shore. ^Warbrick. Esquire. Wolfe. David. Johnston. Nunn. tionalist. Mrs. Constable. William. Walter. Widow. Wilson. James. Gentleman. Carpenter. Booth. Francis. Kenedy. Labourer. Bailiff and Carpenter. Merchant. Leather Merchant. Edmund. Farmer. Andrew. Norton. Pearce. Montreal Telegraph Office.. George. Hebden. Tindale. Friar. Leggett. R. Timothy. Wm. Miller. Farmer. Labourer. Munsie. James. William. John. Switzer. James. John. Caesar. Agent. John. William. McFadden. Rev. Wyatt. Gaxdhouse. Starratt. Wm. l\{ills. James. Sarah. Whitten. James Griffin. Painter. Mary. Merchant. Waggonmaker. Henry. Anne Hickman. Thomas. Agent. Tailor. Martin.. Carpenter. Fox. Moulder.. James. Waggon Maker.. Em- Hardwick. William Henry. Carpenter.. Proprietor. of Taylor & Steele. Shoemaker. Towler. Maria. Rawe. J. Toronto House. Daniel. Cooper. Seymore. Proprietor. Murch. Wm. Rev. Samuel. Wheeler. Hugh. Edward. Segsworth. Shields. Tanner and Morley. Switchman. Widow. Moulder. Proprietor... Hotel. Innkeeper. Hutchinson. Mrs. A. James. James. William. Widow. Weaver. Merchant and Millowner. Proprietor. .D. Esquire. Joseph. Druggist. Martha. Walford. Blacksmith. Smith.M. O'Dea. H. Labourer. Hassard. William. James. Blacksmith. Norris. Teamster.. Railway ployee. Mrs. Proprietor. William.60 Felstead. M. Snell. Anne. widow. Gardhouse. Saddler. George. Taylor & W. Gillard. Labourer. Bookkeeper. Carpenter. Hoath. Jaffray. Druggist. ^cBride. General of Mer- chants. McCaw. Shoemaker. John P. Johnston. Thomas. Mary. William C. Watson. John. J. Yeoman. Wm. Rev. Tailor. Samuel. William Gilpin. Sterne. John. John. Lang. William.

Wesley. I ! Distant from from Toronto Johnston. Labourer. Dodds. Anne. Population about 100. Joseph. Thomas. Phillip. CALDWELL. Grace. 6 miles from Cooksand from Port Credit. Teacher. Alexander. Shoemaker Cousins. McCarthy. Siddell. . Moses H. Shoemaker. Mary Jane. Wm. George. Mary. from Port Credit. Farmer. Wm. John. Merchant.. Rev. George. Graham. Smith.. George. Distant from Brampton. 7 miles.. Hamille. Gardener. Hickey. a beautiful spring creek. Gardener. Widow. Blacksmith. although small. George. Lynch. Dovell. BURNHAMTHORPE. Jardine. Farmer. Patrick. McQueen. Farmer. Howell. City.. Muir. Waggonmaker. 4 miles Post-Ofl&ce and small village in the . Aikens. Leary. Farmer. Duncan. Flemming. Gardener. Allan. George. Joseph. Key. Jardine. Thomas. McDivitt. Farmer. the Township of Caledon. Patrick. John. Henry. John. Shoemaker. Post Master. R. Carpenter. Widow. A small village in the Township of Toronto.. Tumblety. Gardner. Wm. Mrs. Phillips. Labourer. M. Lawrence. Michael. Blacksmith. Edwards. Postmaster. 7 miles.. Farmer and grain dealer. Jordan.[Jr. Lynch. Joseph. Watson. Wright. Murphy. Edward. Joseph. widow of Robert.C.61 BRITANNIA. Farmer. Administrator. James. Gardener. Millowner. Miller. Labourer. John. Hillock. Gardner. James. Patrick.. -^lurphy. John. Mrs. Cross. affords excellent water-power. Jeremiah. Gardener. Mary. John. \alle. Population about 60. Farmer. Labourer. James. Johnston. Craig. Blacksmith. . Neil. Goodison.. Marietta. Wm.. It is situate A small village in anning. whi^. 14 miles from Brampon Silver Creek. Farmer. Wm. Chambers. Carpenter. ton. Brampton. \1 miles. Harris. John. John. D. Greenow. John. Labourer. Mclntyre. on A Hurontario Street. Laboui-er. Walker. Golding. McDonald. 14 miles. Goodwin. Farmer. Jardine. Postmaster. Blacksmith. Population about 80. Watson. David. Johnston. Wm. P. Sweeney. Township of Toronto. Pallett. Coulson. Farmer. Labourer. Savage.

Stone. James Hammond and Archibald Frank. Cranston. John. 33 miles. Douglass. Thomas. Green. Mayman. George. John. P. Samuel. Thomas. Cranston." or township line between the Townships of Caledon and Albion. Babe. Haviland. Township of Caledon forms the north west portion of the County. Michael. David Kirkwood. Scott. Cranston.62 OALEDON A EAST. Jamieson. Craig. James. Grey and Bruce Railway. Joseph. Wood. Merchant.'^^^ It is divided by Hurontario Street running through its centre. Sawyer. George. Hassard. OALEDON TOWNSHIP. Hackett. Farmer. Labourer.. Craig. Merchant. John. Clerk. Alexander. distant from Brampton 17 miles . Shoemaker. Bell. Tailor. Pearen. iS''. Reeve. Riddall. M. Merchants. J. being bounded on the east by Albion. Samuel Stubbs. Wm. P. on the north-west by Garafraxa in the County of Wellington. John. Waggonmaker. and on the south by Chinguacousy. Carbuikler. Labourer. east and west from Hurontario Street. Richard. Hebden. Henry. John Harris. Monds. Mills. D. Fletcher. Barnes. Deputy Reeve. Judge. Thomas. Innkeeper. Munsie. Innkeeper. Merchant. J. McCue. Peacock. Allison. six east and six west. Charles. Wm. Blacksmith. Gentleman. Dolson. Teacher. 7 miles . Mary. Farmer. Treasurer. Bowles. Glassford. John. Morphy. James. from Toronto City. Councillors. and of the Dominion Telegraph. on the west by Erin iu the County of I'he Wellington. Falconer. Carpenter. Judge. Farmer. J.. Population about 200. Wolfe.. McBride. Labourer. Wm. John. and the following alphabetical lists are made out for each part separately. Richardson. James. Frederick. Judge. McCue. Jaffray & Cranston. Abel. Farmer. Dodsworth. Joseph. Francis. It has a station on the Toronto. Wm.. Mechanic. James. Mary.Tames McQuarry. Henry Bracken. Jumes. James. . Farmer. Farmer. Hill. Farmer. Robert. Moses. Farmer. Innkeeper. Thomas. thriving village on the " Sixth Line. Insurance Agent. Graham. Blacksmith. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL AND OFFH ERS FOR 1873. The concessions are numbered each way. Thomas. Scott. John. from Mono Mills. Edward. Charles. . Farmer. Mrs. Ellen. Blacksmith. Clerk. Pst- m aster. on the north by Mono. Scott. Neil. P. Wm. in the County of Simcoe. Nixon. Lacey.

• Edward 1 23 13 17 1 Jane Clark.. James Bracken. Matthew. Car- ' Duncan Baxter. i i I 3 5 2 2 8 12 ..3 penter 6: Cunningham. Innkeeper Clarke. Thomiis Adams. 3 1 1 7 22 21 2r) .. Connors. Hamilton John Joseph John 18 18 3 I 1 Elliott. 1 [ 3 3 6 17. William James William 20 10 1 . ' . . Dodds. Andrew Hugh Archibild Archibald. Duncan Duncan John John Joseph Peter Peter Peter I ! Wm . DeLaney. James ^i Davidson.. 63 i Con. John . Matilda Clark. William Clarke. 6 : Crookshanks... John Boylan. 5 3 3 6 1 23 23 11 : Chambers. Malcolm Baxter. Ferguson. Neil Ceasar. Thomas Clarke. Ferguson. James Anderson. Ellis. William 3 6 1 I I Benson. . Duncan Campbell. 4 1 Cunnington. John 4 5 o . Jacob Bennett. Adam Bowles.. Samuel Dodds. Balls. Michael Brachen. Ferguson. Richard Allan. Carlton Brown. Robert 11 I ' ! John 1 30 12 6 . 9 Wm Baxter. Brown. John Armstrong. . Henry Bracken. 1 2 . Lot.. Anne Armstrong. .. Dodds. Clark. 2 5 4 5 1 j 9 11 j I 9 ! 4 4 18 4 Ferguson. Alexander. Mark Duke. Con. . William Campbell. Wm. John. Robert Belfort. William Calbeck.. Dowswell. John S Dodds. Ferguson. Ferguson. Ferguson. Robert Atkinson. Brown. John Baxter. William Corbett.. Archibald 04 2 ' Wm 4 4 I 13 I Dolan. Brown. Thomas.. Anderson. Alexander Chambers. Forbes. George Bracken.. Adair. . Andrew Allan.5 17 8 8 2 i Dor an.Jr Bennett. Peter Beatty. Jacob Cunnington. John James. Archibald Campbell. James Duke. Brown. Alexander Campbell. Ferguson. .1 1 1 I Falconer. Michael -irmstrong.. George 14 3 ! j 2 2 2 . Achibald Anderson. James 1 10 Davidson.-. Thomas Clarke. 3 5 4 .. John Cumming-s. 19 1 1 j 1 . John . John Baxter. William 2 5 6 27 7 Ceasar.. Ferguson. Michael Armstrong. Thomas Clark. Lot. James Calbeck. George Balls. John Dougherty. George Armstrong. David Boylan. James Armstrong. John Brown. Ferguson. George Drake. George Calbeck. Joseph Burgess.

Maxwell. 3 1 Wm Wm 3 Glassford.. Andrew Hillock. Clerk Muir. Donald Lamont. Armour Thomas Thomas John John John John .. John. Robert Hebden. George Johnston. Adam Hunter. Alexander Henry. Lot. 1 24 20 23 John John 2 3 2 Wm. Jeremiah Hillock. Lester. Robert Henry. Con. James Henry. George Glassford. George 4 Wm 2 1 27 22 10 11 4 2 8 3 5 6 4 4 4 1 15 14 24 24 14 9 21 John Mills. Robert Judge. Lemon.()4 Con. Hosick. Graham. Glassford. Graham. Luiidy. Thomas Wm Lyman. Charles . 5 3 4 3 2 6 John 19 5 10 10 17 8 8 26 25 30 3 Jackson. Thomas Harrigan. Graham. Donald McArthur.. 3 9 Holmes. Gavin 5 5 . Alexander 4 1 Haddon. Alexander . James Mc Arthur.. Lemon. George . Henry. Hillock. Hillock. Adam Manning. Robert Johnston. Peter McBride. George Grey. James 1 Hillock. Leighton. 5 6 . James Harrison. Lot. Robert 5 5 4 27 10 24 15 18 15 29 16 20 17 16 6 17 4 4 4 3 1 1 Johnston. Graham. Duncan 18 20 13 11 7 3 5 6 Hillock. Irwin.." Moore... Murphy. Samuel Flanovan. Elisha Hillock. Isaac Harris.. Roderick Greaves. Robert Hillock. Duncan McArthur.. Dugald Mc Arthur. John Mimnaugh. Wm 1 23 23 8 Lindsay. Allan 1* Hebden. George Harrison. 3 3 3 2 3 4 5 3 2 19 18 19 22 7 Howard. Foster. Patrick Glassford. Alexander Hillock. Neil Lee. Lacklan Hunter.. Henry James rjohn Leonard. Robert McBride'. Robert Mitchell.. Robert Heggeston.. James Moore.. Wm John 3 1 G-arrity. 4 2 2 3 5 2 3 20 19 25 2 2 1 1 22 28 21 Modeland. John Lamont. Graham. Malcolm Henry. Stephen 2 2 2 6 14 19 13 7 Wm 6 9 Wm 6 6 6 2 2 2 1 1 21 5 8 8 18 18 23 Lemon. Samuel Lamont. Wm 3 3 16 13 12 3 3 -5 3 13 7 7 1 Hogan. Holmes. Henry Hannah. Henry Wm 6 5 2 Wm. Moore.. Patrick Miller. James Lamont.. John McBride. James Hanton. 6 Minnions. James HaU. . Lemon. 2 . James 1 Murdoch. Nathaniel Harris. Thomas. Harris.. Robert.. Thomas Benjamin 5 6 2 5 6 1 21 21 21 22 16 13 11 11 Harrison. Waggon23 13 12 29 maker Hilliard. Armour Grey. Samuel Hammond. George Hunter..

McLeod. Charles 3 2 4 5 McDonald... Hugh McFarlane. McFarlane. William McNevin. James. John . i'ool. Lachlan McSherry. Alexander 28 21 Skelton. Dugald McGibbon. Robert 1 Duncan John John John McGibbon. Thomas Speers. Angus 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 13 12 26 6 Mary Anne Skelton.. James McDivitt. McFarlane. 3 6 24 13 13 11 Rolston..McCarty. McConnell. Wm. Peter McKechnie. George McDonald. Hugh McKinnon. Archibald. Alexander Skelton. 15 14 o 1 5 John 3 5 5 1 5 15 2 McDivitt. William McFadden. Hector John 1 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 6 4 5 14 13 12 15 12 21 9 Shannon.. 27 20 20 1 McKinney. 23 15 16 22 12 5 6 2 James . Robert Nelson. Fetch. Jacob 3 5 6 6 6 6 1 22 19 I -^ 19 17 19 Itj 7 7 Rayburn. Alexander McNevin. Cin. Donald McPherson. 5 McCormack. Moore J Smith. 3 4 4 4 4 1 14 14 14 2 22 2 2 3 .. William McDonald. James McDivitt. Nesbit. Francis.. Peter 5 5 2 2 2 2 15 15 26 11 11 James Skelton. 25 25 13 14 6 6 1 17 4 28 3 4 John 4 4 4 ' McKim. Blacl^smith Shannon.. Andrew Skelton. Dugald McGibbon. McKinnon. Alexander 5 Speers. McFarlane. McLaughlin. James McMaster. Wm Wea- Cou. John McKinnon.VJcCormack.5 5 5 6 9 17 16 Nixon. Richard 20 . John.. McKinnon. Alexander 9 4 G 25 15 21 15 Speers. 2 1 3 7 . Robert .. Anne McConnell. Hugh McMaster. Hugh . 3 5 2 2 2 24 . Teacher McQuarrie. Robert . .• elson. Joseph Richardson. Blacksmith Holston. 10 10 6 9 1 Thomas John . Patterson. William AIcQuarrie. John Richardson William Robinson. McKinnon.30 28 4 16 2G 27 1 Smithj William Smithson. James 3 4 4 5 18 Speers. 2 1 Phillips. Peter ... Archibald.. McDivitt. George Robinson. John McClellan. Nesbit Potter. Jacob .. McLeash. 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 1 3 14 7 Potter Jackson Potter.. Lot. Patrick Short. Hugh 5 .jDuncan ^•icQuarrie. John McClellan. Samuel. Joseph Sage. William McKinnon. James... John McDonald. John Wm 4 2 2 3 Farquhar. William Shaw... Michael McM aster.65 McBride. Jobin ^IcGremmen. James McQuarrie. Patrick McDivitt. Archibald. McKinnon.. James Short. Thomas Raine. ver Donald McQuarrie. Angus McMahon. Lot. Matthew McMaster. Henry Pool. Nathaniel Patterson..

. Hugh Backhouse. Campbell.. Michael 1 25 23 24 6 6 7 6 7 5 5 5 Meadows. Thomas Aikett. 3 4 . Williams. John lirock. Ableson. Gilbert Cameron. 3 3 4 4 5 4 2 6 1 1 4 Barnes. George Brown. James. James Brown. Christopher Ward. Archibald 4 5 7 19 8 8 John 3 4 4 11 12 24 . William. James . Robert White. James Street. Cabinetmaker Broughton. James 5 5 6 3 3 28 9 9 28 27 6 Wm Baird. 5 5 5 1 Burnett. Lot. George. Andrew Adams. Charles Thomas Thomas Bemrose. Charles Carsons.. John Chambers. Balmer. Donald Cameron. Gilbert 5 5 1 1 Watson.. Thomas. William 5 . Irwin Wilson. Watson. James Wm . Speers.. John Wilson. 5 6 30 12 17 3 1 1 23 11 11 6 Baker. Joseph Clark. Walker. James Brown. John Vance.. Wm Wm Backhouse. George . 25 24 26 26 19 28 18 7 7 Van wyek.. Wilson. Wm 6 Angus Blair.. Walker. Archibald Brown. James Brown. George Balmer. Hugh Brewster. Watson. Gordon Baker.. Edward Warnock.. John Sweeny. 2 1 1 26 8 8 3 2 11 14 William 4 1 Stubbs.. James . Mil* Bacon. Blair. Thomas .. Walker. John West 4 5 6 6 of Hurontario Street. Innkeeper Church. Robert Aikett. 1 2 2 2 Vance. Henry 1 1 2 1 Ward. 4 11 11 7 Hugh (!arton. 25 26 7 7 Blair. John Bates. Charles Torrance. Andrew Bell... Vanwyck. John Wanless.. George . Stephenson.. Marman Bates. James Ablesoa. Duncan Cameron. Wellwood. James Brown. l>avid . James Stubbs. John Stubbs. Adam Baker. 2 5 5 2 1 6 5 5 11 11 Brewster. 66 Con. 1 1 Chambers... Joseph Blair. Conrad Baker. James James James James 6 6 6 6 6 7 Oaledon. Donald John Adams. Andrew . William 3 . Eobert 4 Speers. Cornelius Vanwyck. Wilson.. Joseph Warnock Samuel. Thomas Walker. Walker. James. Peter 2 1 Aikett.. Michael Baker. Watson. Wanless. Bacon.. 1 8 21 17 16 16 12 18 10 1 Blackwood. John Church.. Lot Con. Blair..

Hill. Archibald Conley. James Hunter. Robert Irwin. Joseph Hammond. John. Lot. James Dawson. John Peter Currie. Station Chisholm's Master. Robert Hunter. Charles Shoemaker j I 5 6 6 . Henry . ' John Emack. Patrick 10 Gibson. Alexander. David. 30 13 13 25 25 14 18 17 8 * ' Houston. Danby. John Garrity. George Holtorf. G. Chisholm's survey. Joseph Dodds. William Jenkins. Robert Hessie. Waggon 2 3 2 14 21 29 21 18 21 1 Hewitt. John Glendinning. .. Station. Owen Fogarty. Archibald Frank. 4 2 i 4 18 31 18 j 3 6 1 . Donald Conley. James Jenkins. I Graham. James Harrison. James. Edward Dawson. Lot. Compton Coyne. Alexander Johnston. Wm Con. Thomas Dillon. John Ellis. John Conley. George Emack. Mill- i 6 6 ' 3 L». James ! . & B. James. Philip 13 3 5 1 1) i 5 24 I 25 18 2 3 3 16 2 1 I j 1 Henderson. 1 16 Graham. James Erskine. James I 23 2i 2 30 12 29 28 29 30 24 4 1 1 1 5 5 2 2 2 2 6 6 1 24 23 2 16 3 10 2 16 Faulkner. Donald Currie Donald * 24 23 8 9 9 19 I Survey* Grimes. Labourer. 4 4 5 1 1 1 4 4 ^ j I Owen John 6 5 6 i Garrity. W^ool I 2 B 5 2 U 12 26 10 2 2 3 2 2 8 j Factory Crawford. Dodds. 2 Station-master. John Irwin. Glen.. Cunnington.. 3 2 29 Gibson. Joseph Dawson. William Dunbar. Chisholm's Survey. Thomas Heigley. William Johnston. Alexander Hustom. 6 2 3 1 2 John I Dodds. Cunningham.67 Clark. Joseph Conley. 6 28 30 29 31 Frank. Hugh ^^aulkner. . William 13. John Dawson. Thomas Currie. 1 Cou.-.. David Johnston. 5 6 1 Thomas Cottrell. William Hustom. Samuel Dodds. Robert Houston. George Faulkner. William 31 Glassford... William i . 2 6 j Jenkins. Thomas 6 6 19 8 Foster. John Conley. 3 24 18 31 12 13 6 I Christopher. Samuel ' Thomas i 8 I hood Chishc. Chis5 2 holm's Survey Gray. William Erskine. Robert 4 1 ! I George Hillyard. Hagerman. Charles. William Foster. Edward Corbett.m's Survey is in the neishbourof the T. urrie.. George. 1 William 2 Finnigan. King Eagles. Coke. Alexander Conley. R. Joseph Cook. George Dodds. 6 6 1 I I owner Harrison. Wm. Joseph. Maker Dodds.. Benjamin Davis.

Francis Morris. McClellan. Patrick McLachlan. John Mclnninny. Alexander McLachlan. John. Duncan... J ohn McSorly. George. 5 23 5 23 2 13 2 12 2 1 Wm Wm 3 25 Mitchell.. MeCannell. . James MeCannell.. McGill. Duncan McNichol.. Malcolm McLean. Lemon. holm's k"Urvey. Limebeer. 68 Con. Laird. . 21 Wm Leflar.. James Martin. 5 5 6 4 3 3 22 5 5 3 20 12 5 V) 15 8 13 26 Thomas Morrow. Daniel McLachlan. Andrew . James Morrison.. 9 8 1 1 5 24 Keneven. .lames McBride.. Alexander.. Hugh McEachern.. James Laughlin. Colin Kenevan. Thomas John 3 3 28 4 Keith. Alexander . . .John McCann. Allan Maxwell. Frank McBride. John McNabb. John 6 28 2 29 2 McGouldrick.. James Laidlaw. Kelly. Wm 6 4 3 5 3 . 2 14 26 27 22 5 4 4 4 5 6 . Maxwell. John McCullock. . Patrick Nelson. .. Lot.. McGregor. Longheed. Duucan McGregor. Sawyer . McLaren. McClellan. Robert Lemon. . David Laughlin.. . McCannell.. McGregor. Allan. McBride. David Kidd. Daniel McLachlan. 30 8 15 Edward Morris. . Geo Morris... Millwright. Peter 18 8 Lemon. Duncan . Patrick McKitrich. Samuel •McNichol. Chisholm's Sur- Wm 26 4 5 2 2 5 6 4 Wm vey. James McGilL Dugald. John.. Kirkwood. Langton.. 28 28 16 20 20 3 4 3 . Hugh.. Lucinda .. Archibald McGregor. Thomas John Wm Martin. . Catherine McLean. William. Limebeer. McLeod. Malcolm McCarty. McClellan.. Madill. 4 6 1 3 2 24 2 24 6 31 6 1 Thomas McCabe. Alexander. John Martin. 5 30 2 19 . keeper Madill. McClellan. Archibald 4 13 3 14 G 10 McQuarrie. Archibald. 2 4 1 13 9 5 6 3 20 3 Moore. Alexander 22 13 17 2 7 John Chis- 6 15 McDonald. John Lane. Leflar.. McClellan.. Neil McDougall. James John Walter William . .. 3 19 3 19 4 19 3 20 3 20 6 10 Inn2 23 2 11 . Jull.. Alexander ^IcLachlan. George 30 13 5 14 15 2 2 McCormac. Wm Wm Wm . George. Andrew McLaughlin. Alexander. Archibald McGregor. Con.. Lot.. Robert. David McDonald. Long. 4 5 5 6 6 7 6 Leighton. James McDonald. . 1 6 6 2 5 5 3 1 Lundy. . 24 4 26 1 24 McLaren. 25 17 Morrison. Kellv. Thomas McAdams. Neil McGee. John. Joseph Morris. Noble Morley.

. 6 Overland. Thomas Wilson. Mason Oliver. James Pinkney. Isaac Nunn. Blacksmith. Samuel 2 2 21 22 ! Noble Mason. David Patterson. . Frank. P. Charles. George Sanderson. holm's Survey Walker. 5 5 2 3 5 1 . John Nunn. William Porterfield. 31 3 2 14 12 12 12 3 • j j : . Chisholm's Survey 2 2 2 7 7 I ' Nunn. Morris Whitmill.. . Smith. Andrew Russell. Innkeeper Williams. Smith. Smith. William Phillips. John Pinkney. Campbell. William Scott. Robert. Shaw^ Neil T. AMJliam Wallace. Giffin. Farmer. Ceasar. Sinclair. holme Survey Ogsden. William Scott. Joseph. Duncan Shaw. William 6 3 . Samuel Ogsden. Smith. Farmer. J. David Wilson. Farmer . 5 1 29 2i' Thomas David Duncan Henry James John John Robert Robert . 3 Pinkney. James Watson.. John Valentine.. Distant from Population about 150 from Toronto 30 miles. Charles Overland. Abraham. I Nelson. William . John Pattullo. Campbell. James 6 3 6 5 6 6 6 31 20 13 13 27 25 5 Watts. Charles.. A village in the Brampton 9 miles. Blacksmith Revels. . Robert. Alexander Oliver. John. Mrs Sarah. Hugh Walker.. George. Smith. 6 ' Smith. Samuel Watson. 4 3 3 2 Chis- 17 17 31 5 6 Rowan. 69 Con. Campbell. John Veach. holm's Survey 5 3 3 3 5 6 5 4 5 6 5 3 5 5 5 1 29 8 8 13 15 24 29 27 15 12 15 21 15 15 13 21 6 Chis4 17 7 7 W. Robert Phillips.. Alexander Wilson. John C Patterson. Alexander Sinclair William Sloan. John. 1 16 24 10 1 1 5 5 5 23 22 22 11 6 5 6 22 12 CAMPBELL'S CROSS. Smith. Thomas 18 21 1 1 1 1 20 21 Pickering. William 26 13 6 11 Aaron Thompson. j Con. Robert Wilson. Lot. Isaac William Scott. Robert Ostrander. Alexander Smith'. Teeter. Smith. 1 1 1 Abraham . John Wilson.. Smith. Allan. George. Joseph Wilson. Thomas. George Nelson. Sharp. Thomas Reddick. John 5 5 6 2 1 14 10 18 18 16 Quin. Pickering. John Mary . Farmer. Joshua Philips. Township of Chinguacousy East.. John Wallace. Lot. Alfred Watts. Chis- Shaw.

farmer. John. Richard Church. Michael. Johnston. place afford superior water power. Farmer. OATARAOT. David. Johnston. The Post as Office name of a small village in Caledon. George. George. Sanderson. Fanning. Myers. Hagyard. Thomas. Oman. Joseph. distant from Population about 120.. . OASTLEMORE. Johnston. Dublin Castle Inn. W. Patrick. Farmer. Wylie. Irvine. Garden Hill Hotel. Township of Gore of Toronto. Elizabeth. Dale. Here Grey and Bruce Railway 3 miles. and marched to the backwoods where they spent . Clerk. James. Fitzpatrick. Fanning. Andrew. Robert C. except a few concessions along the lake shore. Shoemaker. Patrick. McCollum. Farmer. James.70 Hax. Wm. Burton. Insurance Abraham. Postmaster. Edward.kett. Neil. James. Waggon Maker. Irwin. George C. Farmer. better known Church's Falls. Thompson. Mason. J P. Gentleman. There is something like a romance connected with this place which many of the older settlers will remember. from Brampton 19 miles. Robert. Rev. Lightheart. McCollum. Michael. Francis. Johnston. x\lexander. P. Postmaster Irvine. Mason. Farmer. Farmer. In the year 181S when the territory now forming this County and Halton was a dense wilderness. Labourer. Doherty. Snyder. Distant from Charleston station of the Toronto. Labourer. By some means it came to be understood that the mountain running along behind the settlement was full of gold and immediately a large portion of the male population abandoned all other work. Hassard. Hall. Esq. Benjamin. John. George. Byrne. from the name of the proprietor. Hassard. Shoemaker. Gowland. Agent. Ooherty. John. Charles. Bridget. Lancelot. very thinsettled. Merchant. Labourer Shaw. The Credit Falls at thivS is an office of the Montreal Telegraph Co. Widow. A village in the Brampton 10 miles. Hackett. Farmer. Patrick. M. Blacksmith. Thomas.. Labourer. Merchant. Nash. Innkeeper. from Toronto 21 miles. J. McCollum. McCollum. M.D. Hagyard. Fitzpatrick. Wm. Michael. Martin. J. McCollum. P. Julien. those few settlers were suddenly attacked with a most I3' violent gold fever. Farmer. Patrick. Peter H. Patrick. Farmer. J. Farmer. Lightheart. Jackson. Thomas. Farmer.. Farmer. Sherlock. Gentleman. John. Farmer. John. Smith. Fitzpatrick. Mrs.

was an active and enterprising young Scotchman. he started in pursuit. One of the keenest of those gold hunters. Kelly. Church. might be seen wending their way backward. and others employed in the erection of a saw-mill. In those times. Grist and Saw Mill. Shoemaker. fresh and fat. Grant prevailed on Mr. Collins. Clerk and BookAgent Montreal Telekeeper graph Company. and in the immediate neighborhood a spring of salt or brackish water. Men were set to work digging and boring at the salt well. ' Mahony. to occupy and develop the riches of the premises. Flax-dresser. those that had escaped the spear of the Indian or the new settler. and to furnish him. The territory was surveyed during the nest year and the lands brought into market. Farmer. and allowed to rot in peace. Crooks to purchase the lot which contained the falls and the salt spring. which he concluded could be turned into gold. Brewer. to very little if any. Phillip. Burrell. but without thesuccess. McAdam. In a few weeks thereafter. Blacksmith. Christopher. Thomes. These falls were still more remarkable in former times. to supply lumber for the commencement of the splendid town speedily to be erected. Teamster. however. And the place for years afterwards was a desolate wilderness. and spent many days and nights in fruitless search for the gold. John. General Store. Labourer. . was finally deserted. Little. The rising town was named Gleniffer. Farmer. Baird. has been attained in California and Australia. Postmaster. Ephraim. John. Carpenter. He found the Credit Falls. of Flamborough West. with authority and money.71 weeks and months in seai-ch of the yellow nuggets. by the name of Grant. until purchased by Mr. John. the Credit was filled with salmon. on two or three occasions in each summer. Labourer. which at a later period. Richard. William. He was a clerk in the store of Mr. Joshua. when Mr. He paid particular attention to the hills and valleys of the Credit. Michael. The utter failure of the whole plan is pretty well known no salt and the saw-mill after beins of any consequence could be obtained used for a few years. . Miller. Babe. ] Sawyer. . as forming the final barrier to the navigation of the salmon westward. actually to overflowing. Murphy. Bale. advantage. Owen. Staves and BarrelHeadinc^ Church. Grant. 3Iatthew Crooks. Woollen Manufacturer. Montreal Telegraph. John Howard. Esq. Flax-dresser.. ' Howard. William. and doubtless spent some time in examining the holes and crevices about the "Devil's pulpit" but no gold was found. Agent. Hammond. . Grant. Mr. James. Patrick. Church. when hearing of the wealth that was to be found in the wilderness. who has started a town which promises a better result than that of poor Mr. pale and thin. James. Church. Morrow. pushing their way westward to deposit their eggs.

Farmer. Labourer. Farmer. Squires. Blacksmith. Elizabeth. McDonald. Grey an Bruce Railway 4 miles. Lindsay. Brothers. David. of Milburn Bro- Walton. of Milburn Milburn. Farmer. Millowner. William. Hotelkeeper. George. Miller. William. Esq. Johnson. James. Farmer. Brothers. Edward. Young. McConnell. Reeve of Caledon. Gentlemen. <"arnock. Miller. Wm. McSorley.. OENTREVILLE. Esq. Abraham. Farmer. Mrs. Rey. Bell. David. Shoemaker. Wilson. Population about 80. Isaac. 16 miles. CHARLESTON.. Hector. James. Carder. Lee. Exchange Dynes. Labourer. Campbell. Richard. Labourer. Patrick. Postmaster. Vernon. Township of Caledon. Farmer. Population about 250. Carding mill. John. Jamieson. John. Gough. Grey and Bruce Railway. Laughlin. A thriving village in the centre of the Hurontario Street. McBrien. Henry. Peter. It is supplied with water power by a branch of the Humber. Squires. on Here is a office of the AkaW. Teamster. J. Allison. David. Clark. Waggonmaker.P. Merchant. Bell. Sullivan. Howe. Millowners. George. Newlove. Patrick. Xoble. William. Nevan. Matthew. Thomas. Blacksmith. Harris. Dawson. Andrew. Peter. station of the Toronto. Farmer. Forbes. Farmer. Sawyer. Farmer. Alfred. Thomas. Hillock. A small village in the Township of Albion. John. James Wilson. John. Price. Thomas. Harris. Miles. Ford. Farmer. Farmer. Wright. Joseph. Alexander. James. Isaac. Squires. a station of the Toronto. .D. Merchant. John. Joseph. MillDurn. Clark. M. Mrs. thers. Carpenter. Samuel. from Caledon East. Johnston.dam. William. Farmer. Patterson. McGillivray. and an Dominion Telegraph Company. Weaver. Killaly. Farmer. Tailor. McBrowne. distant from Brampton 20 miles. Milburn. Hotel. Farmer. Harris. Clark. McQuarrie. William. distant from Brampton. John. Farmer. Milloy. Mclnany. Joseph.72 McA. Silk. John. William.

Innkeeper. King... Mrs. William. Charles. P. : Scott. Haines.129. William. Credit. Agent. Neil. Bobert. Henry.J. Silas. Samuel. Painter. Joseph. Farmer.sy were the chilU E Loyalists. Thompson. Brown. Campbell. Farmer. Lawson. Waggonmaker. Archibald. Doherty. Ebenezer. A Adams. James. John. Merchant. Haines.xander. Cabinet-maker. Farmer.. Robert. George. Snell. Sinclair. Farmer McKechnie. by the census of 1871. Farmer. Myers.. and on the east by several small streams. is the concessions divided by Hurontario Street running through numbering east and west from Huronta- rio Street. who came to Canada at the close of the Ame. Farmer. Mill-owner. Crawford. Henry. and settled in the neigbourhood of Niagara. James. J. Teamster. Henry. Kee. ^lary. Matthew. "William sen. S. Alexander. village in the western corner of the Township of Chinguacousy. Charles. William. Haines. Boyd.. McCannell. McKechnie. Farmer. with good water-power. George. John. Harris. It is on the River on the river Credit.. Mason. rican Revolution. Pres- 1 byterian. 12 miles from Jirampton. 1 David. Lyons. Thomas. Shoemaker. Carpenter. Haines. William. widow Hugh. William A. Clock-maker Wilkinson. Rev. Blacksmith. Torrance. Saddler. : Mrs. There is a singular circumstance . Inch. Pedler. ]Miller. Farmer. 3IcKay. Chinguacousy it^ centre. Mercer. . Lyons. watered on the west by the Kiver Credit. Sinclair. McKechnie. Allan. Farmer. Wilson. Merchant. Tracey. Shoemaker. Wilkinson. Mrs. Henry. Charles. Postmaster. Rev. Cheyne. Paul. James. Sanderson. Shoemaker. well used. in the centre by the Etobicoke. Baptist. Mitchell. John. John. John. Labourer. which is not a very valuable stream. widow. James. Tanner. Kee. Caldwell. but there were many other classes of settlers. Junr. P. Mason. Matthew. Haines. Mrs. Haines. CHINGUACOUSY Is a good agricultural Township. Frederick. Gentleman. Innkeeper.. Little. Farmer. Senr. Campbell. J. Alexander. Mason. Population about 300. Tanner. Samuel. Peter. Farmer. Hugh. J. dren of the A large portion of the early settlers of Chinguacou. George. Population. Thomas L. John.. Little. Teamster. Robert.76 CHELTENHAM. Ale. Samuel. branches of the Humber and Mimico. Walker. Miller Haines. Haines.

Thomas Bowles. all of the name of Newhouse. and although they liked Antoine very well. Joseph Anderson. — Thomas Bowles . Armstrong. Antoine Maisonneuf was a French Canadian from the neighbourhood of Montreal. Deputy Reeves. Peter Archdekin. Wm 3 Bosfield. Joseph Barker. Armstrong. Mary.. George Armstrong.. James Anderson Archdekin. Abraham Barr. Anderson. Clerk —William Little. Brace. Thomas Armstrong.. Alexander. Alexander. 5 2 2 10 8 9 5 4 4 5 3 30 27 16 6 1 Boyd. John Armstrong. Robert Arneil. George Bowles. Matthew Aikins. Stewart Alderson. Allan Bowles. Ceasar Councillors Con. John Armstrong.^ Wm 4 2 1 3 4 4 4 17 17 25 20 23 12 24 20 16 2 7 3 4 4 5 4 6 5 6 5 5 6 5 6 Bellas. George Wm . James P. . they did not at all like his awful French name.\ND OFFICERS. Thomas Boyce. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL . James. The neighbours among whom he settled were quite unacquainted with the French language. Hutton and Edward Hagyard and Joshua Mode.. David Bowles. and to please his neighbours Antoine allowed his name to be Anglicised to " Anthony Newhouse" and with this name he lived to a good old age. but with a very pleasant French accent. He could talk English pretty well. Chinguacousy— East of Hurontario Ackroyd.. and died respected. Mrs. Reeve land . Charles Bowles. Lot. James Alexander. Smallwood 10 32 13 31 27 31 32 4 . Christopher. . P. John B Mwles. 74 connected with the name of one of the first settlers in Chinguacousy. George J Street. John Boyd. John Henderson Treasurer — —Wm. leaving several sons who are now in the County. who settled in Chinguacousy in 1820.. James Boyd.

John John R Craig.. George Duncan. Robert Campbell. William Elliott. G 5 1 21 21 16 16 20 21 20 14 14 4 5 1 6 5 6 5 5 34 34 24 28 4 11 : 5 I i ! : Wm j Faulkner. Copeland. Craig.. David Dean Alexander Dean. Peter Campbell. Copeland. 75 Con Lot. Corbett. Seth Carbury. I Guiding. Junr. Bernard Grady. Alexander Forbes. Wm 4 6 2 6 Chant. Wm i 5 ' George Robert William R. 4 4 1 1 3 1 1 14 23 28 30 12 12 21 1 1 Craig. William Ellis. George Clifton. 33 10 10 7 7 I . Butcher Davis. Charles Dver.. James.. Black-smith I Carter. Robert 10 9 9 I j Wm Wm 1 Cathcart. John Dunsmore. John. Michael Dixon. Robert Cation. Alexander Dixon. i Cou Lot... Crawford. John . Carter. Alexander Ferguson. James 1 33 26 26 25 26 14 19 9 I 2 2 2 2 j 4 i Dixon. 27 3 25 Glazier. Edward Edwards.. Grady. Richard Foster. Robert Dyer.. Eli Crawford. David Cochrane. William 2 3 5 3 . Thomas 3 3 . Pedler Dunsmore. I { Wm Adam Gilmore.. Giffin. James. 5 29 29 22 24 20 34 20 9 21 9 Mrs Duckworth. Samuel Corkett.. Hugh Graham.30 ! 6 3 I I Foster.' . Matthew. George Elliott. Campbell. Ansil i Foster. James. Andrew Dixon. John Emmett. Thomas. James 5 6 . Peter Clevely. Joseph Cunnington. Robert Cunnington. Gentle- 6 1 20 I 22 I Duncan. Giffin. George Elliott. 6 1 1 j 2 2 1 1 1 man Ceasar. 3 I Edwards. Robert i Grady. James Campbell. 4 1 1 1 Doyle.Mrs Carter. Donaghue. Thomas. W^illiam K. Carter. William Cowton. Copelahd. Thomas 3 2 2 .. John Ceasar. Eli William Crawford.. Ralph Crawford. . Joseph Wm 4 3 6 G 2 6 Carr. Francis Denipon. John Forthe.. Edwards. . 4 33 31 ! James 6 ! Ceasar. Cunnington. John Forbes. Junior. Wm Edward Edward 4 4 Gardner. John Ferguson. 16 25 18 21 15 8 9 9 . Robert Campbell. i i 4 3 4 6 6 2 2 2 33 30 Giffin. . j Wm 30 20 20 20 ! Denison. . 3 2 2 5 5 2 3 5 5 5 3 5 5 5 34 32 32 33 14 13 17 27 19 12 3 29 2 18 14 14 2 2 i Graham. William Dodgson.. Senr.. Samuel Floody. Craig. Joseph I j Andrew John Robert Robert 4 3 3 7|Giffin. Stephen Craig. Alexander Denison. Andrew George. Curry. Senior. Noah Chisholm. Nicholas. Giffio. Alexander. Elliott.

6 4 22 32 21 3 15 20 3 6 1 10 26 26 7 M . John Mahar. Richard 2 4 4 2 19 12 4 4 5 ' David Irwin Little. Henry. Thomas Keeler.. Isaac Lightheart.76 Con. Thomas 1 Wm 5 5 6 10 12 12 7 I I Hunter. Robert 21 31 6 23 14 13 12 3 2 27 2 11 Johnson. Harrison. Agent. Danby Kitto. 23 24 20 6 . 6 2 6 . Hunter. Emanuel Heath. John Jackson. Reuben 25 22 22 Wm 3 . Hunter. Judson Moore.. Thomas Ingoldsby. William Lundy. Richard 5 4 6 Hanovan. Ingoldsby. Little.. James. John Hamilton. Henry Modeland. Henderson. Lot. James Little. tlunter. Francis Lundy. Thomas Kostrosser. Ross Morrison. Charles Marshall. Con. Grasby. Nicholas Manning... 3 3 1 4 5 3 Wm Wm C 2 1 Hamilton. George Gray. Bernard Wm Ingoldsby. John Kirkwood. Jackson. Hugh John Josiah Neil Robert 4 2 2 3 2 24 3 . George Gray. James Morrison.. Ricliard Hamilton.. Walter Hewson. Hall. 6 5 6 2 1 HindleJohn Holmes.. Thomas. Francis. 16 18 16 14 i John John John John 2 32 32 t I Little. Samuel 5 1 Lindsay. Hunter. Joshua Montgomery.. Isaac Modeland. 6 1 23 25 8 6 Araunnah Knox. Lowe.. Samuel Gray.. Stewart Hunter. John Hanovan. Andrew Lackey. John. Matthew Hoi thy. Joseph Mahar. C Hoi tby. Samuel Gray. John 6 6 5 2 6 6 31 29 34 34 Modeland.. Jewitt. William assinger George Little. Robert Henderson. John James. Robert Lougheed. Lot. William Moore. John Laidlaw. James. S o 13 Laidlaw. John Jones. Thos. Hunter. Little. John Mitchell. William Larmont. 4 1 Laycock. Thomas Mitchel. George Modeland. Robert Laycock. Hagyard. Little. Little. Erastus Henderson. John 23 14 6 6 34 10 6 10 11 4 13 23 23 23 .. Abraham. John Keeler. Wm John 3 3 2 3 3 6 5 10 24 16 26 3 24 15 16 15 11 2 8 I ' i William Livingston. 22 84 25 22 6 6 Hemphill. Daniel Johnson. John Hewson.. j Samuel 3 2 Hunter. Hewson. Moon.. Neil Little. Robert Marshall. James Johnson. William Lightheart. 3 13 26 19 16 24 19 20 4 13 5 5 9 Kenedy. William Moon. Wm Kenedy. Massinger.. Joshua Modeland. Alexander. Sr.

Thomas Neelands William Neely. John McKenna. McCauley. Archibald Mclntyre. Alexander McKee. "McDougall.. John ^Icllveen.. Alpin McGregor.\[cllveen. James Nattrass. James John Malcolm. Archibald. Isaac Nattrass. McCauley. Newhouse. 77 Cor Morrison. McConnell. John . McGregor. Laughlin Wm . Henry McGregor. . Adam Nixon. McCauley..'•icDougall. James Neely.. Matthew Alexander.. McLeod. Joseph . Laughlin McFadden. James . Thomas McConnell. Gilbert . William Newcome. John McNeice. James McLean. Mclntyre. Neil McKee. Duncan ... Thomas McDouald. >jewlove.McLeod.. Johu McDougall. McKeon. . James . Allan .. McMunis. McCollum. Angus McLeod. John McKenna. McKechnie. Peter .. Wm Nixon... Alexander McLeod.. James McLaughlin. Thomas Neelands. Christopher. Frank Nixon. John Mclntyre. Stephen... Cornelius Newlove. Alexander Nixon. .

John 32 12 12 6 John C Peter Robert 2 3 4 5 4 5 6 2 22 22 22 25 25 26 24 26 22 31 4 2 Topham.John Tighe. Thomas Walker. Snell. Jackson Walker. Thomas Sparrow. Tighe. Lot. Daniel. Peter 6 4 4 4 4 6 34 2 2 Warm. Thomas Sparrow. Tighe. Archibald. James Summerville.. Shinamon. Watson. Shields. 2 2 2 2 Snider. 4 3 5 5 6 6 20 30 30 30 29 11 Vernon. Wm Samuel Wm Sparrow. Joseph Richard 1 Wm .7b Con. Elias V 20 14 18 15 16 Saell. Watson.1 28 11 3 2 1 1 1 4 5 1 Snell. William Wardlaw.. Watson. Smith. Smith. Alexander Shinamon. 5 6 6 9 5 9 Summerville. John Tighe. George Huo-h 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 33 33 31 32 31 11 6 3 3 3 5 5 Tighe. William Tucker. Joseph 1 . Watson. Thornton. Taggert.. Snell. Smith. Watson.. Lancelot Walker. Thomas. Dennis 4 4 8 2 14 3 Edwin Edwin Alexander Smith. James Walker. Teach1 2 22 1 Stubbins. Smith. Lot. Smith. James. Thomas Tindale. James Walker. Samuel. James Walker.. Philip Snyder. Charles 19 Wm Wm Wm Wm JohnC John 3 2 13 31 6 6 2 3 3 5 25 1 . Josiah Stewart.. Thomas Shaw. Sitzer. Smith. 15 1 5 1 Speirs. er Charles 3 1 John 5 5 Alexander Benjamin Egerton 5 1 . Daniel Snider. John Tremble. Shaw. Robert Tremble. Smith.. Snider. James Wardlaw... Teacher. Peddler Walker. 4 6 8 31 Wm Thomas 4 5 Sinclair. Andrew Donald Dugald.. Smith.. Sinclair.. 6 6 6 Wm Wm 5 5 Wm Wm 6 19 15 19 31 29 15 Stubbins. Peter Speirs. Stewartj Matthew 6 6 6 Wm 23 22 6 Richard 5 Westervelt. Alexander. 10 James John. Cooper Taylor. William Sen. Smith. Shaw.. John Suggett. 4 2 Thompson. Thomas Speirs. Thomas. Snyder. Con. Sam. smith Sinclair. Smith. William Jr. Peter Speirs. Snell. Charles Tighe. James Thompson. Robert 4 3 3 26 18 19 3 James Jesse 16 1 1 3 5 John Starratt. William Wallace. Robert Thornton. Smith. Samuel 10 4 5 6 2 1 19 13 35 2 5 6 3 1 29 29 33 34 7 Ward. Sitzer. Gordon Upshall. ^^parrow. Smith. William Thornton. Blacki 5 5 2 Teasdale. Watson. Snell. Watson. James Topham. G«orge White...

Robert 12 12 OHINGUAOOUSY WEST. William.. Robert Clark. Neil. William Wood. Campbell.. Andrew Wm Wm 4 34 1 i Cain. Benjamin Booth. John Booth. James.. Charles Cation. Robert 13 12 Guy Black. M ark Armstrong. 14 25 27 29 George James John . Walter Cation. Lancelot Cheyne. Sen Wiggins. Sen Wilson. John Hradner.. Matthew Cation. Alexander Adams. William 9 Beatty. James Bolman. Thomas Blackstock.rJroadbent. James Brown. Hiram (Saw10 3 mill Wm. Tailor Clark. Robert Woodhill... Alpheus Clarridge. Hugh Anthony. William -\jnott.. U . Joseph Bradner. Campbell. sr Cain. Mrs. Frederick 1 1 21 1 6 4 5 4 4 13 12 8 23 1 6 4 4 34 22 25 | Young. Con. William Carver. Whitfield. George Black. Bell. John Bradner. S Henry 24 20 15 15 3 Brown. John Cameron. Anderson. Armstrong. Brooks. George ..79 Con. George. Henry Amott. 23 14 14 13 10 33 11 smith Clarridge. Hugh James Thomas.^Yilliam. William Clarridge. James Baskerville. James Young. 11 Clarridge. Robert Cation. Campbell. Innkeeper Hardy 15 11 o 6 Cantlon. Archibald Colin . John Woodhill. Lot. William Armstrong. Thomas Brown. John Wiggins^ John. James Wiggins. George.. Clarridge. jr Calder. Charles Clarridge. William 14 24 .. George Wilson. Campbell. Jr 1 1 1 Wilson. Black- Clark.^thars. Campbell. William Cain. William Clarridge. John Alexander. John. John Calister. Adams. 13 1 10 26 . Clark. Charles i 28 26 26 2 1 6 7 Anthony. Anthony. 23 26 14 14 13 12 13 1 Cheyne. Ambrose Woodhill. John Armstrong.?. Jr Williams. William Bransby Francis Breen. . Thomas Armstrong. Isaac 2 1 1 34 13 33 3i 13 13 Wiggins. Thomas Cain. Patrick 12 5 6 25 Hugh James Clarridge. . William Calrridge'. David Wiggins. Erastus 18 20 . Malcolm Canady George 27 32 27 29 5 6 . John Young. Lot. Clarridge. . 1 10 1 Campbell.

80 .

. Thomas Montgomery. David McClure.. Joseph McBride. Letiar. Patrick McClure. 24 27 21 6 30 30 10 10 4 7 Edward 4 Logan. Thomas 3JcClure. on Lot. Alexander. James. Wm Wm Wm .. Robert McCandless. Martin.. Melville. Carpenter Miller. John Melvin. Thomas McClure. Joseph Mullen. 11 3 5 d Wm 25 28 26 29 27 3 5 14 9 11 " 3 6 1 son 11 4 4 5 4 3 8 11 7 Marshall. 3 6 5 6 . Little. James McBride. John 3 22 . Thomas Wm 6 6 15 16 16 3 2 6 2 3 5 5 2 2 5 2 4 6 2 17 9 21 5 33 12 21 McCoUuck. Henry Moore. James McClure. Da\'id McClure. John Mountain. David Marshall. John McClure. . 2 2 1 22 24 22 10 24 9 2 Macwhirter. Alexander Mountain. Arthur Lawrence. John Mino. George Leslie. John 4 1 Luke Miles Lundy.. James. 2 (i 34 53 33 30 Hugh Robert Lipsitt.. 3 6 3 17 10 12 8 9 Hiram William D Leslie. Joseph Leslie. David Learmont. John Kinney.sell.. Robert Lipsitt. Alexander McAuley. Samuel McClure. Ma- 3 3 o 10 9 2 4 5 -j. George P Leslie. David. Aaron Laidlaw. William Kirk. McConnell.. Mashinter. John McClure. Joseph Lundy. Andrew. Peter Lambert. Thomas. Lyons. Thomas McClure. Richard i 2 1 Kinney. 81 Con. Thomas McClure.. John Mother. Kickley. Mackst^ad. Joseph Marshall. James Lyons. James McClure. George l^yons. Knowles. Mrs Melvin. 4 9 5 5 5 . Levi.McClure. Sr. Pvobert 3 4 4 6 6 28 20 28 33 33 32 21 6 5 6 2 2 2 1 McArthur. Samuel McClure. James McBride. David. .. David 5 1 Mc Bride. . Albert leflar. Joseph McClure. Wm Matthew Mitchell. Joseph Mothersell. Andrew McClure. Robert McClure. George Lipsitt.. William Leflar. 4 4 3 4 6 C Morrow. Jr McClure. William McCollum. Moody.. John Leflar. Thomas Lyons. Thomas 6 6 6 May. Mrs 6 26 26 23 16 1 Mercer.. John Laird. John McClure. Hugh Morrow. Walter Marshall. Joseph 5 6 5 5 3 6 2 16 5 5 21 9 2 9 4 4 1 8 8 11 3 Monaghan. Thomas Lyons. James McCullock. Modeland. Joseph .. Vincent Laidlaw. Robert. John 3 6 2 1 24 33 1 Marshall. John Leslie. Thomas 8 8 20 19 18 19 20 24 Mountain. William Marshall.. 6 1 26 1 Mcdure. Lot.

William . Dennis Mcllrick. Isaac Scott. John Simpson.. Archibald McDougall..5 Scott. Jonathan 2 .. Richard Nobbs... James John 13 & Joseph Scott. Benj amin Peavcn. Phillips. Henry. James Petigrew.82 . James McKane. McGuire. Jacob Shook. Thomas McKenny. Duncan McDowel. William 4 4 6 5 . Henry McPherson. Robert Norris.. John McDougall. 5 6 1 1 Ryan. cher Neale... John Russell.5 8 17 8 21 11 Tea1 4 2 8 2 6 Newstead. Rodgers. Alexander Sinclair. McFarland.. Ross. Patrick 3 1 McL allan d . John McDonald. John Sharp. 4 2 22 23 13 Rice.. . McGill.. Henry. Archibald . 3 3 1 5 2 5 2 13 13 13 5 20 Alexander Sinclair. McPherson. •.. Peter.' Sinclair. Duncan McDonald. John. Edward 6 3 5 2 5 6 17 19 5 ' Rice. Senr. 4 .5 4 5 5 5 3 13 27 14 20 18 2 29 12 23 22 22 23 23 23 27 11 Robinson. .. Benjamin . John Mcllvain. Scott. Lot. Peter 33 20 31 Ostrander. McLeod.. Jr 28 28 . James Randall. John McPherson. John.. Alexander: 28 9 12 Scott. Duncan McMicken. David . Robert Phillips. William McKenney. 27 6 4 6 6 6 G 6 5 ") McDowel. . James 3 2 2 4 d 9 Sloan. Urich Ovens.^- Coji. William 12 6 6 32 31 Arthur . John McLean. James Ostrander. Jr 14 10 11 4- James Rutledge.. McPherson. Henry Petigrew.. William Newton. Sen. Robert Palmer. Phillips. Robert McQuarrie. Andrew . Joseph 5 2 McLean. . Kichard Nicholson. L«t.. John Nichols.. James. Hugh... John Shipley. 22 22 12 II i George 5 6 5 5 Thomas Thomas 6 6 2 27 23 23 7 9 I Pickering. Harland IS 1 5 j John Quinnell.John Parr. Joseph I 4 19 2 4 G . 1 McLaughlin. Joseph 25 28 Ryan Thomas Scott. William Ross. Robert Scott.. John McDowel. Thomas Sharp. 5 6 1 19 8 8 1 2 6 2 14 15 7 Shaw. Junr. Allan McTavish. Blacksmith McCxill.. Thomas Andrew.. John McPherson. Alexander. Daniel McKenny. James.. Richard T Noble. 6 I 34 31 5 1 1 34 29 29 12 12 12 6 9 I I Ovens. Samuel 6 2 5 . McPherson.. Orr. John i 5 6 ! Petch. Con. Matthew. Benjamin Petch.. John Simpson.. Charles Orthe.. John 2 5 5 5 5 25 24 IG 7 1 Shook.. McDonald.. 1 2 5 1 8 5 9 McKane. 4 3 . John Pulfer. William Sharp. George Sharp. William Sinclair. Sen I Sloan..

Woollen factory. . Josiah Townsend... Robert Thompson Thomas Thompson. 3 3 6 6 o 6 . Xeal.. John. Innkeeper. Wm.. 2 1 30 30 31 30 30 31 27 12 15 Wilkinson. Farmer. Arthur Wiggins.. Alexander VaBdenburgh. Flora. George Wilson. Archibald Speers. Population about 80. White.83 Con. a small village in the north part of Chinguacousy. Martha. Sen Wilson. Hiram.. Wilkinson. David Wiggins. George Townsend. Farmer.Njark Willis. Mill owner. James Thompson.. McKechnie.. Graham. It has water powers on the river Credit. Watson. Caslor. Wilkinson.. David vSmith. . Graham. Young. Robert 3 2 3 1 31 11 2 1 1 1 11 11 30 26 2 3 2 Taylor. 3 32 30 22 32 24 12 1 3 5 3 2 1 21 4 1 34 8 2 4 6 5 3 2 10 33 5 3 4 18 15 26 15 \^'ilson. W^m. Neil. Graham. George Young. Robert. .. Robert Standing.slors' Corners.. Wilkinson. Charles Wilson. Robert Joseph. W'illiam K. James. James. John. George . Standing. John Wiggins. . Farmer. William Worts. James Trueman. Campbell. Thomas Townsend. Richard Wilson. 4 2 2 24 4 1 2 4 1 1 4 . . John . William Tremble. Formerly called Ca. John Snow. Junr Wilson William . Lot. William Wilkinson. Findlay Smith. Caslor in mills and woollen factory. Tailor. : 6 G 2 6 G Duncan Smith.. Con. W'illiams. Thomas Thompson. John Smith^ William 28 33 16 33 5 Vanvalkenburgh. James Wilkin. Maurice Tufley. Labourer. William Totten. Whitelock. . Nathan . 5 1 . David. James Story.5 1 . Distant from Brampton 12 miles.... William... 2 1 26 10 Wray. i i 4 6 15 11 15 14 3 4 2 1 6 6 James 34 26 16 27 Whitehead. Isaac Wiggins. Benajah Williams. senr.. Joel Worts.. William . David Wigoins. Robert Stephens. . 3 6 3 BOSTON. Henry Townsend. John. William . junr. which are pretty well employed by the Messrs. . Thomas Vance. Edward Tewnsend.son. Carpenter. Thomas Snow. 1 13 16 16 1' 1 1 Inn3 1 Snow. Lot- Smilh. Robert Stringer. from Cheltenham 3 miles. George Tott€n. keeper Wm. William Speers. John. John Townsend. Nicholas W^atson. . Caslor. Clark. John Young.. Graham. Marshall.

and the salmon and sucker. its banks with leeks. Hurontario Street and the side road between lots five and six. who. much faster than they. Is the County Town of the County of Peel. men and women on — . ::reen : — — — cality. could cut them down probably induced them wisely to abandon their undertaking. lots of beautiful deer in the neighbourhood. Unfortunately the Etobicoke was not a good fishing stream. was valuable and interesting. but spotted with early spring flowers. but the sight of the pendicular. almost any morning in the spring. as if in doubt of the proper course to Lake Ontario. became an easy prey to the . wandering and curving. They finally left their dam unfinished and disappeared. There were. wolves. The fishes are all All these primeval things have passed away. Samuel Smith another of Mr. It was not a stream that suited the very fastidious taste of the trout. and Mr. But the Etobicoke. Silverthorn near Dundas Street. bears and wolves are destroyed or driven away. and as a Town in 1873. the deer. passing and re-passing — and the tall. and in their place may be seen in our streets.s well as bears.— 84 BRAMPTON.52. but the must singular and interesting of the original inhabitants. foxes. ship of the latter to take effect in 1874. They cut down so as to fall across the creek.superior (?) animal. quite ignorant of the almost simultaneous settlement of the bipeds in the same lo1820. There were then only two streets in Brampton. and the salmon and suckers were stopped by mill dams. and through Brampton. in Toronto Township. was a colony of beavers which having been probably driven from their own territory. It is in the Town Chinguacousy. But there were other attractions about Brampton than fish. a dam across the creek. settled in the previous year had endeavoured to establish themselves in this place. The poor partridges. and continued their labours for several weeks. now Queen Street.. Brampton was a very pretty and interesting place in the spring of The Etobicoke meandering through the streets. pretty centrally situated in the County It was incorporated as a Village in 18. gone. racoons. Archibald Pickard used to catch many of them on their return towards the sea. one near the mouth of the stream on the property of the Hon. the beavers.s would sometimes still force their way up to. as a running stream. There was a nice pine grove on and about Queen Street. near Scott Street. could be found a splendid covey of partridges. They commenced building several trees. crossing and re-crossing the streets. waggons bringing in the produce of the country. Coyne. &c. and the Etobicoke proceeded on its course. opposite the present residence of Mrs. where. East of Hurontario Street. per- knowledge that those interlopers were actually cutting down the trees around their dwellings. a. and retire to some more peaceful locality. strange-looking animals. also. poor things being quite ignorant of their humble and inferior position.

Walton's Directory for 1837. who carried on business for many years with much success. Brampton being the centre of a good agricultural district. John Elliott laid out village lots for sale and first applied the name of Brampton to the place. He also built a small mill for grinding or chopping the grain for the distillery. who kept a small store. but the business most profitable to the town is the Iron Foundry. Since its first establishment as a separate municipality in 1853. which is probably the only instance of the water power of the Etobicoke being used for machinery in Brampton. The late Wm. Abijah Lewis. Total Population. As the Brampton schools are free to all. pearance of anything like business was commenced by the late much respected John Scott. This mill attracted cunsiderable attention in consequence of a peculiarity originating with Mr. ]\Ir. Buffy was sometimes considered as the father of About the year 1834 he built a pretty reBrampton as a village. the number on the Assessment Roll. that the mill stones were made to move vertically instead of horizontally. the public schools of Brampton. It was some time after the emigration of the beavers. This was considered by many a decided improvement. which was afterwards owned and occupied by Mr. which has since been considerably enlarged. and in 1873 it amounts to 550. the usual practice. Wright was a very enterprisinu. and lots of children going to or returning from school. except the portion received from the Government. had no children to send to school and therefore could receive no direct return. which name soon became generally adopted.and manufactory of Messrs. induced several mechanics and merchants to commence business here. Peleg Howland. George Wright soon afterwards opened a store and carried on a successful business. spectable tavern on the corner where Mr. Scott himself. then of Cooksville. According to Mr.85 business or pleasure. Haggert Brothers. 2317. a distillery and pot ashery. By Armstrong's Directory in 1850 the number had increased to 78. good Grammar School-house was built in 1856. 31 any of the ratepayers having considerable yearly sums to pay as school tax. Teachers" salaries and all other expenses are paid by the ratepayers of the village. The people of Brampton are entitled to much credit for the liberal support they have given to the cause of education. but no complaint has ever been heard on that account. establi-shed a store here. there are many . that BrampThe first apton assumed anything of the pretentions of a village. which was. have been perfectly free. and did much for the advancement of Brampton. and it became quite celebrated as a wheat market. man. The late Mr. Mr. but is now quite insufficient for the accommodation A required. which gives constant employment to over one hundred men. for the limits which form the Town of Brampton was 18. About this time the late Mr. Esquire. and in this house was for some time transacted much of the business of Brampton. Clarke's grocery now stands.

edited by James Wideman. Brampton has three Newspapers . from the Gore. edited by George Tye. Rev. Mackay. Burns oflSces here. Deputy Reeve CounDr. Rev. but they have no church here. Teacher. I. Besides the above there are several private schools in the town. edited by Alexander Dick and The Brampfon Proc/ress. T. J. E. . 1873 is a list : Piigh School. The Montreal and Dominion Telegraph Companies have . tered for of the public schools. Middleton. '• Miss Burnett. T. Stoba. The Mormon clergymen have occasionally service in Brampton. 4th 3rd " " 2nd 1st " •" '• & 2nd" 1st 1st 50 Scholars: Mr. 102 514 Scholars. W.000. Rev. Miss Morton. Scott. Agar. Primitive Methodist. Church Street. " 65 Miss Robb. Baikie. J. Reeve. CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF BRAMPTON. W. G. " 67 Miss yioifatt! •• 103 Miss Porter. E. Mr. Brampton has a station of the Grand Trunk Railway.— 86 scholars from the neighbouring townships who attend the BramptoQ schools. J. Moore. The following several teachers. " John Street. Presbyterian. J. Assistant. Gribbin. and the Credit Valley Railway. Wills. S. Pringle. cilors Kenneth Chisholm. The amount of taxes payable this year by the ratepayers of Bramp- ton for school purposes. so that about one-fourth of the population of Brampton are now going to school. with the names of tlie and the number of scholars in each school now eothe present term commencing in September. " 64 Mr. Rev. Treasurer. Rev. Clark. Roman Catholic. " " 63. — . Rev. D. no resident clergyman attended by Rer. and are thus educated at the expense of the ratepayers of Brampton. Clerk. JoUiffe and Rev. Wesleyan Methodist. Rev. Perdue. J. Baptist. The Peel Banner. P. Sims. Head Teacher. Charles Y. Argue and Rev. CHURCHES IN BRAMPTON. John McCulla. T. Thornhill A. E. exceeds $3. Leslie and John Anthony. now being constructed. E. and Rev. G.—The Brampton Times. will have a station here. Church of England. Episcopal Methodist. Morton.

R Boyce. T. Benjamin. Bell. John E. ket. Painter. Henry. George.. Hurontario. Anderson. John. Tailor. John. Queen. Contractor. Bemrose. Weaver. R. M. Christopher. George. of Anthony Bros. Ambrosse & Banister. Hostler. Anthony Queen. Bradshaw. Carpenter. Barclay.. Armour. Anderson. Eowra. Alexander. Bailey. Labourer. Queen Bate. John. J. Alex. Moulder.. Ballasityne. Rev. Armstrong. Clerk Surrogate Court. John. Painter. Appleby. . of Div. Blain. John. Isabella. Church Thomas. George. Biddlecomb. Edward. Clerk. of Beynon Fletcher. Shoemaker. Bricklayer. Reynon &c. Beynon. Labourer. George. W. Ballautyne. Jane. Queeu. Wm. Austin. James. James.. Revere House. Thomas. T. Hurontario.. Queen. George. John. Pres. Anthony. Court. Labourer. Bradly. Joseph. Carriage-maker Barrett. Queen & Banister. Labourer. Clk. Henry. Miss. Mrs. of Ambross-' & Bannister. James. Bricklayer. Adams. Armstrong. Samuel. Anthony. Beattie. Samuel. Adams. Finisher. of Anthony Bros. Dick. Beck. Waggonmaker. Innkeeper. Tinsmith. Barristers. Huroutario. Labourer. Beck. Atkinson. Joseph. Queeu. Labourer. Carriage-makers. G. John. Armstrong. Labourer.. Queen. Wm. Salesman. John. Publisher. Painter. George. John '*. Jane. George. Thomhill A.. Clerk. G. Hurontario. Beattie. Wm. John D. Hurontario. Fore- Pumpmaker. Thomas. Joseph. Alexander. David. Ellen. George. Clerk. Ebenezer. Bros. Coopei". Centre... Andrew. Clerk. Hurontario. Blair. Barrister.. Ambrosse. Labourer. Robert. iiates. Boddy.K: Anthony. of Ambrosse Bannister. Bachellor. Arthur. Walter. \' Fletcher. Jane. Robt. Bookkeeper. Aitkin. Samuel. Bonier Othce. Registry. Elizabeth. 87 Adams. S-W. George. Wm. Rev. Queen. Clerk. Moulder. Scott. George. Queen. Adams. Alexander. Cooper. Anderson. E. Alexander. Cooper. John. Mar- Anderson. Agar. John. Alfred. Queen. Baikie.. S. John W. Watchmaker at Blakely. Huronta». Huron tario.. Nelson. Anderson. Thomas. Atkinson. Anthony. Painter. James. William. Carpenter. Mason.. Brewer. Queeu Barrett.. Hurontario. Druggists. John. Carpenter. Carpenter. James. T. R. rio. Joseph C. Robert. Cattle-dealer. Boak. Asher.. Hurontario.. Woods. John. Anthony. Adams. Wm. Ash. Eurontario. Beattie. John. Bell. Samuel. Finisher. Huron tario. man of foundry. Addy. G. Adams. Carpenter. J. Alexander. Bell. Gent.

Cabinet-! maker. Campbell. Hurontario. Campbell. John. Ellen. Burrows... Clerk. of Bright Thayer. . Queen. William. Broddy. Burns.. Clark. Queen. Carpenter. K. D. Clark. Brown. Brainpton Progress Office. Mary. Queen. Hurontario. John. Hurontario. Pumpmaker. of K.. South Wellington. R. J. Boarding-house. Francis. Marblecutter. Nelson. Queen. John. jun. Clifford. Chisholm.Queen. Edwin. tario. Burrows. Carpenter. jun. Carver. John. Residence. Scott. & Co. Hurontario. Labourer. liuUeyment. Geo. Cox.. Iron and Ware. Beynon & Fletcher. Charles. Bryant.. Bobert. Burnett. Burrows. W. Hurontario. Wil! i Cochrane. Robert. flurontario. Colclough. Chisholm. Carpenter. Postmaster. Jane. Bricklayer. Alfred. Roderick. tario. Heynon & Fletcher. C'aslor. rontario. Bunting. Jeremiah. Uurotjtario. James. Thos. Charles. HuI I Broddy. Labourer. Grocer. Chapel... Matthew. &c. Queen.. T. Charters. Shoemaker. Brown.88 Bramly. John W. Hurontario. Cole. Edward. Cabinetmaker. Hurontario. Calder. tario. K. HuronC'hurch. Labourer.. \ Ham... G. Campbell. of Phillips and Bryant. Bright. Isabella. Labourer... Hurontario. Blacksmith. James. Cookson. Merchants. M. Painter. I'ricklayer. publisher. Carpenter. Bailiff. Coutts.Huron. Mrs. Burnett. Wm. Burt. Chisholm & Co. Rev. Manufac- turer. Elizabeth. Barristers. Wm. Hugh. R. Mrs. Calder. Chivrell. Wm. George. James. James Huron- Wideman. Joseph. Pres. Rev. Bright. Frederick. John. Brown. Bunting. Clarridge. Tiios. Wm. Coyne. x\lfred. F. Blacksmith. John. Clipsou. Tye Tin and Campbell. Labourer. Marbleworker. Robert.P. Bright & Thayer. P. William. Jane Cormack. T. ('lark. Artist. Registry. David. tario.P. Alfred. Joseph. Brown. Clarridge. Publisher. tario. Gunsmith. County Registrar. G. Coltson. Teamster. Tinsmith. Joseph. Bricklayer. Waggonmaker. Burrows. Coyne. Hurontario. Bird Stuffer.. Hugh. Mrs. Queen. Henry. Clerk. Huron- Lynch. Court House and Gaol. Livery. South Wellington. Lewis. Queen. Calvin. Couch. . M. John. Pumpmaker. Ostler. Solicitor. Sheriff.. Andrew. Ashery Union.. Burrows. of Coyne. Alexander. Cooper. llurontario. Hurontario.Jnseph. Scott. Labourer. Brnmptoii Times Office. Hupon- tario. Benjamin M. Wm Hurontario. Truman. D.. Henry.. Hurontario. Huron| Clarridge. John.

ElizaDale. beth. Moulder. Ellis. Shoemaker. Shoemaker. Gilkinson. Fishburn. Labourer. Tanner. Dawson. Michael.. Elliott. Barrister. .. Elizabeth. Ellison. Carpenter. Joseph.W. Church. Tailor. Joseph. Gilchrist. & Co. Forster. Wm. Joseph. Thomas. Hurontario.. Elliott. Ostler. Dawson...89 Coyne. Hurontario. Labourer. of Coyne. Fewson. Gardener. John. John T. Mrs. George. Foster. Crawford. Gardiner. &c. Hurontario. Thos. Queen. Dosser.. Charles R. Butcher. James. Queen. Labourer.. Cabinetmaker Crawford. Dracass. Innkeeper. Dale. Ferguson. Guest. Duggan. Salesman. Coyne. Francis. y\Y<. Downie. Alexander. California. Gardener. Gardiner. of K.. . Beynon & Fletcher. Joseph.. Welldigger. Book-keeper. Solicitor. Glon. Liquor Dealer. Queen. Cooper. of Coyne. Wm. P. Downie. P. Mrs.W. Dresser. Huron- tario. Duggan.. Saddler. Cunnington. Albert. Crowforth. Ellen.. Elliott. California. Daniels. Tanner.. David Brickmaker. Richard. Queen. Brewer. Dick. Fuller. Franks. Drinkwater. Widow. Labourer. Fletcher. Fletcher. Wm. Wm. Turnkey. Dodd. S. David. Fletcher & Coyne. W. Mill. Vodden. Teamster. Cabinetmaker. Centre Desmond. Wm. Mrs. Hurontario. tario.. Thos. Elliott. Queen. John. Davis. Law Student. John. Hurontario. Endicott. Queen. Emery. Widow. Wm. James. Duncan. James. Hurontario. Guest. Fewson. Wm. J. Gilkinson. Queen. DeRose. David. at Burnett's. Dawson. Queen. Ostler. Agent. Elliott. Follis. John. John. Joseph. John. Finisher. Queen. Samuel. Edward. Freckleton.. Brewer. James. Chisholm. Gent. Waggonmaker. Fleming. James. Thos. Market. Fruit Dealer. J. George. Guest. David.. Edward. of Morphy & Fleming. Davis. Editor Peel Banner. William. S. Gardhouse. Queen. Endicott. Dade. Donnelly. Fewson. Constable. Engineer. Gardener. Mill. Gilkinson. Henry. John. William... Henry. Miller. William. George.. Cooper. Will. Joshua. Welldigger Huron. John. Innkeeper. Finch Henry C. Merchant Tailor. Mrs. Druggist. Labourer. S.. Gaolor. Alexander. (Jharles. Barrister.. Hurontario Queen.. Elizabeth. Duncan.. John. Henry. Dale. Queen. Wm. Gardner. Mrs. Fry. Carpenter. Ellen. Figg. Telegraph Operator. John... Gilkinson. Duncan. Ewing. John.. John. Dodd Reuben. James. Joseph. Finisher. Queen. Davis. Matthew. George. Gent. Elliott. Livery. John. Farmer. Thos. Painter. Union. Cummins. Labourer. Elizabeth. Crouch James. Thos . Blacksmith.

George. Elizabeth. Elizal)eth. Mill. K. Hughes. Wel- lington. Thomas. Carpenter.. Queen. Green. Hessie. Elizabeth. Queen. Golding. Hollis. Elizabeth. Wm. Queen. Farmer. James. Carpenter. Hurontario. John. Hurontario. Queen. Joseph. James.. Hamilton. Mrs.Unioa I Hayden. Graham. Blacksmith. Miss.D. M. Alexander. Hall... Mrs. Heglar. Huronta- Guy. Hannah. Church. Graham. Church. Hammond. Gentleman. Hemlock. Bartender. Graham. Charles. William. Labourer. Mary. Merchant Haggart. Haggart. Huv Graham. Edward. . Brothers. Hane. Carpenter. P. Wellington. Samuel. Stephen. John. Graham. County Treasurer. Robert A. John. Queen. Agent. Hurontario..David. John. John. Carpenter. Hossie. Moulder. Hill. George. Herridge. Queen Graham. Samuel. Labourer. William.. Barber. Hodgson. Haggart Brothers. Goodwin. Machini&t. Labourer. Hosie. Baker. Greenwood.. Labourer.' Alexander. A. Adua. Elizabeth. Hurontario. Hurontario. Graham. Mrs. Guest. William. Frederick A. William. Church. Joseph. Harris. Junr. S. Finisher. Hurontario. S. Geo. T. Harris. Thos. Hill. . Wm. George. Heggie. Labourer. Joha. Guest. Carpenter. Teller in Bank. Wm. Ellen. Rev. Mason. Hurontario and Nelson. Green.. M. Innkeeper. Hull. Mrs. John. W. Carpenter. Mrs Mabel. Carpenter. Joseph. Labourer. Guy. Plasterer. Queen.. Mrs.. Labourer. Grocer. Albert. beth. Merchant Tailor. Graham. Hunt. Haggart. James. Deputy SheriflF. M. Hill. Baker. Dentist. Tinsmith. George. Hurontario. Shoemaker. David. Tailor. George. William. Hurontario. Hodgson. Hoffmar. Jane. Hurontario. W. Grant. Ontario. Grey. George. Queen. Night-watchman. Queen. John. County Attorney. Hemphill. Book-keeper. Andrew. BlieaS.. Mrs. Greenwood. James. Joel. Labourer. Robert. Oooderham. Carpenter. S. S. Queea. Carpenter.. John. rio. Railway. Hamilton. Carpenter. Queen. West. Hunt. Foundry. Tailor. Queea.. (rreen. Anthony. Painter. Moulder. Hemphill. Andrew. Walter. Hamilton..' Scott. James. of Hagcart.. Thomas. Holmes. Thos. Merchant. Hurontario. John. Hemphill. Michael. Hickie. Hodgson. Homer. Grey. W. Blacksmith. Herchmer. Stewart. Joseph. Labourer. Hughes. Druggist. William. and Machine Manufactory. 90 Hane.

James. Brickmaker. Eobert. James. Geo. Huron- — Maguire. Waggon-maker. Kemp. Marble-cutter. Hurlburt. Grocer. Elizabeth. Queen. Labourer. Joseph. England. Bar-tender. Wm. Gent. Steam-mill. Widow. William. Ch. Mahaffy. Moulder. Thomas. Miller. D. Gentleman. Leslie. John. Thos. William. Manager Mer- Mahony. Hurontario. Druggist. Queen. Pedler. Hurontario. Wellington. Jacob. R. Gent. Hurontario. Farmer. Lowrie. Love. Middleton. Wm. Shoemaker. Jackson. T.. Josiah. County Clerk. Charles. John. Hurst. 9 . Carriage-maker. Lounsbornugh. John. Hunter. Mill. Mason. Carpenter. Lee. Hurontario. Farmer. Wm. Ingraham. Labourer. Laban.. Hurst. Mill.. Innkeeper. Exchange Hotel. S. Finisher. James. Queen Mason. Wm. David.. Hurontario. John. Brickmaker. Isaac. chants' Bank. Hurontario. Agent. Shoemaker. Scott.91 Hunter. Queen. John. Hurontario. Mason.. George. Maguire. John. Kilpatrick. R. Nelson. John. Arthur. M. Ostler. King. John. David.. Salesflian. Robert.. Edward. Richard. John. Carpenter.. Printer. Railway. Main. Cooper. Lowes... Lamb. Queen. William. Carpenter. John. G. Wellington. Marshall. Samuel. Hurontario. tario. Marshall. Leash. Smith. John M. Knox. Hurontario. Hurontario.. Gentleman. Kerby. Flurontario. Church. Elizabeth. James A. Lewis. Rail- way. James. Carpenter. Labourer.. Mrs. Cooper. Lindsay. Ben.. King. Manager. William. Henry. John B. William. J. Martin Arthur. Mayer. Mrs. Mill. Milner. David. Grocer. Carpenter. Hurontario. Charles. Jones. Robert.D. Knock. Kemp. Marshall. Milaer.. Knox. Rev. George.. John. Queen. Mrs. Hurst. George.. Hurontario. Malloy. Grocer. Chas. Gentleman. Waggon-maker. Labourer. Kenedy. Lowes. Kirkwood. Hemlock. Farmer. Martin. Coachman. Queen. Livingston. John. Church. Cooper. Cyrus. Painter. Johnston. Queen. T. Finisher. Shoemaker.. Queen. G. Labourer. Magee. James W. Hurontario. Peter. Johnston. John. Mrs. Switchman. Queen. Blacksmith. Martin. Nelson. Hurontario.. Jones. Rail- Lewis. Maguire. King. C. Lynch.. Lonie. S. Barber. Milner.. way. Joseph. Little. Matthew.. William. Kirk. Ostler.. Finisher. Queen. Johnston. Hurontario. Martin. Hunter. Knox. Plough Pedler. Merchant. Wm. Laborer. Merchants Bank of Canada. Residence Centre. Thomas B. Wm. Hurontario.

Carpenter. McDonald. Hurontario. Ellen. John. McClellan. Farmer. John. Mullen. Carpenter. Mycock. Clerk.. Eliza- George. Henry T. Murdock. Queen. Pupil. Druggist. Carpenter. McKillop. Carpenter. School spector. Henry. Hurontario. Munday. John T. Mulherin. Samuel. Fleming. James. Centre. Elizabeth. McMullen. Carpenter. Adam. William. Bellringer.. Livery. Carpenter. Mrs. Hu- tario. John. McGrath. Henry. Isaiah. . Y. Robert. William. Charles. Innkeeper Thomas. rontario. John. Wm. McRride. Teacher. Mogridge. McLaughlin. Hurontario. Archibald.. David McClellan. D. Morphy. M. John. McCauley. John. Murdock..&c. Daniel.. James. Hurontario.. McDonald. Labourer. Moulder. Law Student. Robert. Mullis. Henry. Martin. Foreman of foun- ! dry. Mrs. Agent. McFajlane. James. McClellan. Railway McKelvey.. Teamster. John. Moulder. Carpenter.. McKinnon. Thos. Mrs. Mitchell. Queen. D. Alexander.. Hurontario. Shoemaker S. John. John. Elliot. Moulder. William. South Wellington. Mitchell. Hurontario. Hurontario. T. Barristers. McFadden. Isabella. Robert li. Labourer. Gent. Mitchell.. Queen. Hurontario. McDougall. Hurontario. Samuel. Mc' onnell. Carpenter. Queen. Thomas. Mcllroy. Hurontario. Mrs. Peaker ^Runians. McKenny. George. M. Thomas. Carpenter. Hurontario. Thomas.. In- Murphy. Watchmaker. Moore. Blacksmith. McKenney. R. South Wellington. Samuel. Morton. A. McGregor. Morphy& McCulla. Clerk. McCandliss. of Morphy & Fleming. Labourer. Gardener.. Wm. G. Hurontario. Thomas. James A. Veterinary Surgeon. Labourer. Gentleman. Donald. Moore. Mitchell. McConuell. Painter. Law Student. Isabella niorton. Mrs. Mortimer. Queen. Queen. Morrison. William. Peter. HuronMargaret. McDonald..92 Milner. William.. Wm. Hurontario. George. Widow. ! Mitchell.. Carpenter. Morton. McBride. Queen. Munday. Modeland. Thos. Sadler. John. Hurontario. Hurontario. McCuUa. Queen. Moulder. Nevan. Innkeeper. Mcllroy. McClure. Murdoch. Town Clerk. James. beth. Wellington. Shoemaker. Chas. Wm. Jane. Hurontario. Munday. Carpenter. Jane. McCounell. William. Labourer. John.

Petef'er. Arthur. Patterson. Queen. Labourer.. Jesse. Church. Palen. Wellington. Teamster. Saddler. Labourer. Elizabeth. Hurontario. Samuel. Cooper. Labourer. Wellington. Furniture. Labourer. Patrick. Pringle. jVIcTague. John. John. . Patullo.. Ostler. Abraham. Reynolds. Church. Newhouse. Queen. & Bryant. John. Pickard. Agent. William. Finisher. ^-irs. Pulfer. M. j Powers. Carter. Jr. John. rontario. Packham. John. Centre. Charles. James. Hurontario. Grocer. James. Farmer. George. Wm. Joseph. Oaks. Carpenter. John. Wm. Pres. Queen. John. Tavern inspector. Hurontario. Palen. Huronta- liam. S. Hu- Pringle. Pendleton. Grammar Teacher. Vodden... Mill. Machinist. Tailor. Ormstead. Robertson. Robinson. Eailway. John. Thomas. of Phillips & Bryant. Carpenter. Patterson. Clerk in P. Isa- Putten. R.. Sadler. Thos. Isabella. Merchant. Gent. Phair. Packnam. Wellington. Joseph. W^illiam. Queen. David. Tailor.. Clerk in Bank. Hardware.93 McNabb. Revere House. T. Gent. Thos. Wm. Labourer. Elliott. Queen. Pendleton. G. Wm. Price.. Church.. Church Payne.Wm. Labourer.. Carpenter. bella. Ncsbit.imes. John. Geo. ' Phelan. Perdue. Labourer. James. Samuel Beck. California. Quin. Phocographer. Gent. Hurontario. Andrew. Pulfer. S. Pendleton. Agent. Mill. John. WilNel. John. Hurontario. South Wellington. Jonathan. John. Hurontario. ! Daniel. Kixon. Ellen. James. Phillips ">Iichael. Eowe. Francis..D. Wellington. Gent. Portlock. rontario. I Tailor. John. George. Eoadmaster. Duncan. Photographer. Thos. Osborne. 31icbael. High School Teacher. Eedeck. Kaison. J. Builder. Labourer. William.. Labourer. Henry. Alexander. Butcher. Eichard. Finisher. Peaker. Pringle. Hu- Shoemaker. James.. William. Wm. David. Pearen. Labourer. Nelson. Alexander. Patterson. H. Peaker & Eunians. rio. Tax Collector. Queen j ! Powers. Ostler.. rontario. Price.<on. Mill.Queen Eandal John. Eev.. of Peaker & Eunians. Perdue. QueenPurcell.. Hurontario. Brickmaker. Patter.son. Elizabeth. Blacksmith. 0. Labourer. Queen. Queen Eaison. Porter. Raison. Eeynolds. Teamster. Eeid. Eobert. Perry. Gent. John.. j I Thomas. S. Newlove. Hu- Pratley. John. Samuel. Queen. George. Hurontario. James. Eegistry Ofl&ce. Phillips..

. Scott. W. D. Ontario. Robert. Robert. Blacksmith. Clerk. John Sharp. L. Wm. Hemlock. George. Thomas D. Blacks'. Henry. John. Sinclair. Wellington. Mill. Carpenter. Lynch.. Joseph. Jdseph. Ross. Trader. WelSmith. Sparks. Sehorah. Ellen. J. Sparks. lington. Hurontario..Queen. Jacob. Carpenter. Rev. Moulder.. Miss. John. Smith. James. Thomas. & G. Robinson. rio. M. James. S. Scott. Scott. Moulder. Merchants. Carpentei-. Smedley. Thomas. M. Geo. Mrs. I I Huron- Stewart. Carpenter. Mrs.. Bricklayer. Tinsmith. Jerry. Rowden. Isabella. Carpenter.. Stewart. urs.. W. Dress-maker. Ryan. HurontaRogers. den. John. Chas. of J. Carpenter. Stewart. Gent. Dairyman. S. Widow. G. Scott. Stevens. M.. Robert C. Waggon-maker.. Sterling. & G. William. J. Butcher.. David. Church. Labourer. Stead. Union. Crawford. James. Stewart. Mrs. Omnibus. Scott. Smith. tario. Teamster. Labourer. Stinson. Ryan. Edwin. Spellman. Daniel. Jane. HurScott.94 Robinson. William. Brampton-house. tario. Smith. Wm. Carpenter. Hurontario.. ontario. Scott. Finisher. of J.. Scott. Mill. Shennick. Airs. Smith. Vod- Ryan. Scott. HurSpence. Bricklayer. Philip. Jo. Smith. Shaw.. M. Railway. SchiUer. Scott. James. Moulder. Mary.. . Shoemaker. Thomas. Nelson. John. rontario. James. Catherine. Queen. Smith. Wm. Butcher. Queen.^epli. Tanner. Ostler. William. Scott. Slack. Fancy Store. Mary. Sawyer. A.. Hu- Shields. Centre. Rose. Stewart. John. Carpenter. Hurontario.. George. Blacksmith. Sproule. John. Stoneham. Lewis. William. Thos. Vipond. Shoemaker. John. Hu- Rooney. Union. Free man. Stiles. Labourer. Sparrow. Horsedealer. ontario. John. Butcher. Farmer. M. I Shane. John. Railway. & Smith. Smith. Charles. John. Hur- I I I Samuel. Eneas. John. Queen. John.. Wellington. Savage. Scully. Sellens. Robert. Hurontario. James. of Peaker Runians. Labourer. Church. Builder.. i Sewell. Finisher. Stevens. John G Merchant. Judge of County Huron- Court. Robinson. Gent. Labourer. John. J..nith. Hurontario. Barrister. John L. . Carpenter. Union. & William. Edward. Stewart. Jessie. Gentleman. rontario. Michael. Grocer. Rev. F. M.. Runians. S.. Labourer. Stevens. Haggart's Foundry. Scott. Siep. M.

tario Tilt. William. Taylor. Grocer. T. Gent. William. Wel- lington. Carpenter. Tye. William. Sull. A. Teamster. Barber. Bricklayer. Wm. Suggett. Thos. Thomas. Church. Hurontario. John. William.. Driller. Edward. Samuel. Edward. Luther. Sumner. Treadgold. Eliza. Thomas. William. HuronJames. Jane. Labourer. Labourer. Gentleman.. Gardener. Wilson. Richard. John. Watt. Sumner. . Thomas. Labourer.. Andrew. Walsh. Troughton. Summerville.9o Stoneham.. Thomas. White. Leonard. Wilson. Mary. Stafford. John. George. Robert. Horatio. Hurontario. Christopher. Wand. Labourer. Suggett. William.. Mary. . Stork. Carpenter. Scott. John. Queen. zabeth. Suggett. Cattle Dealer. Wellington. Strutt. Baker. William. George. Wellington. John tario ."Thomas G. John. Nelson. Carpenter. Hurontario. Samuel. James. S. Whitehead. Labourer. Joseph. Vodden. beth. White. Vance. Webster. Gardener. George. Cabinetmaker. Matthew. Andrew. Elizabeth. Thistle. Warren. Carpenter. J. Warren. Bookkeejier at Haggarts. Stork. White. Thomas.ichaeL Labourer. Waggon-maker. . ?Mary. Geo. Taylor. Merchant. Huron- residence. Tye. Wainwright. Elizabeth. Totten. Labourer. Painter. Glove-maker. Blacksmith. Blacksmith. Queen. Shoemaker.utcher. Labourer. Wilkinson. Market.. John. Carpenter. S. lex. Watson. Volman. Tilt. Church. Taylor. Hurontario. The Progress. John. Carpenter. Tanner. Temple. Wood. Mrs. Vodden. Jane. Wm.Mrs. Tilt. Queen. Queen. Queen. EliWisiley. Queen.. Fred. Taylor. Hurontario. Queen. William.. Mrs. Queen. John. Manton. Waltenburgh. Carpenter. Queen's Hotel. Queen. David. John. S. Lynch. Hurontario. Mrs. James. of Bright and Thayer. Labourer. dealer.. Saddler. James. Nelson. David.. Thomas. Thomas. Williamson. Mrs. Joseph. Eliza- Druggist. Williams. Wideuian. Wilson. Hurontario. Shoemaker. Summerville. John. Marble Works. Hemlock. Merchant. Queen. Taylor. Nightwatchman. Brunvptnn Times. Printer. Watkins. Fruit h uvontario. Williamson. William. ^. Thompson. Walsh. Queen. (Tcorge. Queen. j. Tate. Machinist. Todd.Music store. Mrs. Butcher. Fredk.. E. Trueman. Purdun. Shoemaker. Thayer. George. Cabinet Maker. Williams. Queen.

Mrs Margaret. Labourer.Manes. Madden. Labourer. Carpenter. W^m. P. Labourer. Joseph. Joice. Elias A. York. Tailor.. Farmer. John. Farmer. Church. John. James. Marchmont. Fogarty. Wm. Frazer. William. Farmer. Wray.. Hurontario. S. Labourer. Anderson. Manes. McCIure. Brown. Alexander. Blacksmith. Mrs Harriet. Thomas. Young. James. Mcllwain. of Pointer. John. John. Wm. E. Burns. James. Maurice. Manes. William. Wilson. Luke. Todd. Drunswick. Elizabet!:. Richard. P.. Blacksmith. Wellington. j-'urns. Woods. Tailor. distant from Bra-atipton 5 miles from Streetville o . of Pointer. Quren. McCartney. & R. Population about 200. E. Labourer. Wright. Church. Wright. James. Kendall. Waggonmaker Hail. John. E. Hopper... Ni rtou. Joseph Weaver. Pointer. Mathias. John. Labourer. Shoemakei". and from Port Credit 13'miles. Charles. Douglas. Blacksmith. Farmer. Oliver. John. John. Mitchell. Labourer. Pointer. Thomas. Marchmont. Labourer. Luke. Pointer. Ingram. Aikens.. Blacksmith. Wright. Farmer. Vincent. Lotty.. Blacksmith. Young. Archibald. :?. Labourer.. Kendall. Robert. R. Mason. William. Pointer. Argue. . J. James. Wm. Labourer. Labourer. Saddler. John. Wright. Abraham. Gentleman. Andrew. Merchant. Labourer.96 L. Queen. Labourer. . Handey. Hlacksmith. Wid^w. Levi. Miller. John.. Total assessed value of property for 1873. Wm. Shoemaker. Fletcher. Anderson. •}oixti. ctR.. P.. Zolman. Richard. Dolby. Blacksmith. Mai'chmont.. Thomas. village on the River Credit in the north-west part of the Township of Toronto. & Sharp. Innkeeper. Wright. Total population. .. Queen. Moulder. E. res. Hall. Little. J. Edward. Leslie. Wm. Widow of Orange. John B. J. John. Labourer. Pointer.. Farmer. Wright. 0. Dolby. Farmer. Bussell. Mrs. CHUROHVILLB. Howell. Tanners. James. Hall. Wesley. Labourer.317. Alfred. Jr. Thomas. Hugh. Ellen. Robert. J. Bookstore.. Nowits. Wills. Henry. Fletcher.M R. A miles. Farmer. Carpenter. Farmer. W. Atchison. Ji jce. Marchmont.

Farmer. Lewis. harles. on Huron tario Street. Garner. Armstrong. Acting Postmaster. George. Farmer. Patrick McKay. Alexander. Claireville Hotel. Robertson. Do erty. Shoemaker. James Farmer. 6 miles. Tailor.D. Tailor. Population about 200. Postmaster. Wilkes. Distant from Brampton. Mason. Huffill. Blacksmith. the nearest station of the Grand Trunk Railway 4 miles. Robinson. Clunis. ship line between boundary of the County. partly in the Oore of Toronto. Heniy. Population about 100. John K. Rev. James. Porter. Maher.. William. Auctioneer. James. Presbyterian. COLERAINE. 2 miles. Farmer. McGregor. McKechnie. McKechnie. Porter. McKechnie. Postmaster. 15 miles from Klineburg. Croll. village on the eastern . Lawrence. small village on the northern limits of the Township of Chinguacousy. M.. Methodist. Scott. Joseph. distant from Brampton 10 miles. Andrew.D. C. A . John. Mary. Primitive Ward. Duck. John. Jonathan. Ross. George. Bowman. Thomas.. Isaac. M. Westervelt. Widow. Charles Cabinet-maker. Thomas. a station on the Toronto. Perdue. Edward. John. Farmer. Neil. Archibald. Farmer. Patrick. McDonald. Campbell. Andrew. McGregor.. Lavery. Claireville Hotel. CLAUDE. Esq. John. Smith. Alpine. Merchant. Thomas. McGregor. Fead. David. Painter. Bell. Merchant. Grey and Bruce Railway. Alexander. Sharp. on the townToronto Gore and the Township of Yaughan. R. and partly in Vaughan and Etobiocke in the Distant from Brampton 9 miles. Hujill. Toll- Lawrence. T. Smith. from Charleston a station of the Toronto Grey and Bruce Railway. EUerby.. William. from Malton. Watson. Merchant. Wm. A village on the eastern boundary of the County. Mrs. J. Tailor.97 CLAIREVILLE. Waggonmaker. A Bulleymente. M. keeper. Smith. Shoemaker. Pownie. Hugh. M. A.. P. ^NJcCollum. Thomas. Agent. Clark. James. Farmer. Wisemore. Christopher. Daniel. Wolfe. Miller. Labourer. Tailor. Linton. A. Farmer. H. Innkeeper. Archibald. George. Blacksmith. Rev. Robinson. Farmer. Joseph. Edward. RRbinson. from Toronto County of York 17 miles. Mrs.D. '.

. Mrs. George. Farmer. Hotel. Farmer. Esq. Wm. Farmer. Splan. Elliot. Stubbs. Isaac. Esquire^ Reeve. Thomas." Coventry/ which is still the name of the Post Office. Byrne. George. Kitchison. Kersey.' from Brampton 10 miles. Neil.. George. village in the Township of Albion. OOOKSVILLE. Maynard. Cook. Farmer. Labourer. Blacksmith. Watson. Rowler. Thomas. Kerr. Johnston... Cole. Farmer. McAllister. Craven. Kelly.. Wm. Thomas. Farmer. Labourer. Huckster. Widow. Campbell. Francis.98 Atkinson. Jr. Parker. in the Township ot Toionto. Patterson. McAllister. Cole. Shoemaker. from Port Credit. Farmer. Labourer. so as to accommodate both villages^ It has a rare thing in Canada a Vinery and wine factory. Merchant. Raynor. Farmer. Nattrass. Margaret. James. Farmer. Exchange Wm. Michael. Devins. under Population about 400. Farmer. Farmer. 3 miles. Postmaster. James. Farmer. Exchange Hotel. Pop^ ulation about 200. Eichdrd. Miller. Columbia Inn. which will have a station about midway between Cooksville and Dixie. John. Duncan. John. Clark. Wm. Richard. Walter. Charles. at the intersection of Dundas and Huroutario Streets Distant from Toronto City. Millwright. Peter. 1^1 miles. Merchant. Township Clerk. on a branch of the Humber. John. Kitchison. M. Potter. Carpenter. from Brampton. Mary. Morrison. Beaton. 3 miles . Amos. Johnston. Farmer. McGovern. David. McGee. Mrs. It was n thriving and rising village until the construction of a railway un each side of it cut otF a large portion of its business. Distant from Bolton.. Wm. P. Township Clerk. 16 miles. Thomas. Swinnerton. Thomas. A Arnott. Farmer. Farmer. Fenwick. Kersey. Robert. Isaac. McKee. Simon. Farmer. Columbia Inn. Farmer. It will probably revive by the Credit Valley Railway. John. St. Alexander. Waggonmaker. Labourer. Alexander. Farmer. Isaac. Kerr. COLUMBIA. Farmer. McGovern. the management of Solomon White. Dixon. Edward. John. Joseph. Leighton. One of the oldest villages in the County. — — . Wm. 0OW being constructed. This village was formerly called. Brooks.

Lynch. Thomas. Bonacaise. Jacob.M. W. Cook. John C. Brethour. Labourer. Oscar. John. Torrance. Combs. Lamb. Corrigan. Ma. Francis. M. Geoi'ge.99 Anderson. Thomas. Gardener. Harris. Matthew. John. Wilson.. Phillip. W. Farmer. Mrs. Thomas. Isaac. . Bundy. Crawford.• j I McKee. ]\Iark. Thomas. Soady. South. Cooksville Hotel. Gordon. Anne. Waggon-maker. - . . Harris. Cochrane. Post- Merchant. Shoemaker. Vineyard. Carpenter. W. Toll-keeper. J. Shoemaker. Waterhouse. Lesslie. i\Irs. Waterhouse. Patrick. Galbraith. M.. ! Gordon. Torrance. William. Walter. Mrs. Walter. Clairehouse Vineyards^ S. John C. Hunwick. John. Morley. Josiah. Merchant. Izzard. Smith. Farmer. Jane Stewart. Grimshaw.. George. Spencer. Torrance. Hector. Vineyard. Weeks. John. Farmer. I'. Barsotte. Farmer. Leslie. David. Brunskill. John. M. T. I . Gentleman. Edwy. Price. Farmer. Daniel. Farmer. Robins. Luciuda. David L. Vineyard. Claire House Vineyards. Farmer. Frederick. Schiller.D. Labourer. Carpenter. Redman. Wright. Gentleman. Merchant. Vineyard. Labourer. Wilcox. Vineyard. John. Boakes. Butcher. Labourer. Harris. Church. Wm. Crossin. Daniel. Huckster. James. widow. George. Culham. Joseph. John. Shoemaker. Parker. Eev. Wilcox.. William. Waterhouse. Mason. William. John. Morton. Royal Hotel. Royal Hotel. Cooksville Hotel. widow. I i — . Parsons. Waterhouse. Waterhouse. Josiah. Proprietor. Farmer. Carpenter. Surveyor. Timothy Weeks. Labourer. Vineyard. Vanvalkenburgh. Shoemaker. Labourer. Henry. Tl. John C. LouK. Ogden. Hicke'y. Farmer. Farmer. Hunwick William. Cook. Francis. Elizabeth. Wismer. Teacher. Patchett. Mrs. Soady. ^^ idow. Cox. Waterhouse. gent.omas D. Broddy. Cook.. Glassbrook. Solomon. Schiller. Labourer. Vineyard. Charles. R. Farmer. White. Harris. Labourer. Farmer. Charlotte. Butcher. Asa. Labourer. G. Teacher. John. Butcher. George R. Patrick. Mason. M. Albert. j Peaker. John. White. John.D. Lewis. Labourer. Blacksmith.. Andrew. Taylor. Bull.. Morgan. Amos. Sarah Crew. John. Isaac. Saddler. Phillips. Peter. Brunskill. Shoemaker. John. John. White.utherford. Codling. Merchant. Labourer. Charlton. Daniel S. Edward. John. Labourer. Kane. Schiller. Crosier. Farrier. Michael. Thomas. Cramp. Shoemaker. W^alsh. Farmer. Waterhouse. ^ir Henry. John.?on. Pensioner. Blacksmith. William. John. Labourer. Baronet. Mason. widow. Bang. Labourer. Baker. Joseph. John. . Farmer. master. James. William. Colwell. Charles.

David. Beamish. Mrs. Innkeeper. Roadhouse. Tailor. on Hurontario Brampton. John. Beharriel. 9 miles. Thomas. Population about 100. Mclnninny. Distant from Cooksville. Innkeeper. Farmer. Wm. Labourer. P. Farmer. Moore. Wilson. Wm. Francis. Farmer. Postmaster. small village in the Street.. Lundy. 12 miles. Leonard. from . Esq. Francis. Blacksmith. Blair. 14 miles: from Brampton. P. Joseph. Fee. A. Dundas. Farmer. EDMONTON.. Ewen. Farmer. Handy. Labourer. John. John. James. Hunter. Johnston. Linskey. Gentleman. John. Farmers' Hotel. Lab lurer. I>ernard. George. Parker. T. Farmer. Wm.. Farmer. McKenny. A village in the centre of Hurontario Street. Hawkins. Richard. 6 miles Port Credit.100 DERRY WEST. . Wm. Robert. Merchant. Michael.. Hunter. from Toronto City. Farmer. C. Farmer. Labourer. Gardener. Bemrose.. Carpenter. on Dundas Street. Wedgewood. -i miles from Cooksville. Farmer. Innkeeper. Tilt. Mary Anne.. Farmer. Blacksmith. Watts. Labourer. Heavy. Thomas. Gentleman. Blacksmith. Stanfield. Wilson. Samuel. DIXIE. Shoemaker. Farmer. Population about 200. Death. Wm. Shoemaker. Wm. Haney. Bell.. Wilson. Farmer. Distant Township of Toronto. from Brown. McColium. J. village in the Township of Toronto. on Distant from Brampton. Gould. Nehemiah. Jonathan. Farmers' Dean. Francis. Charles. Cameron.' Population Ashenhurst. Porter. Robert. Thomas. Merchant.. Carpenter. Farmer. J. Tilt. Mrs. 2 miles. Benjamin. Matthew. Postmaster. Painter. Hawkins. Post" master. Hotel. Black- Ship. A Atkinson. Sanderson. Joseph. Kenedy. Charles. Thomas. 4| miles. . Samuel. Leonard. smith. Haney. Stanfield. Hunter. cfannah. about 150. Gilluce. Labourer. the Township of Chinguacousy. Teacher. Daniel. John. Merchant. John. Thomas. Francis McKenGilluce. Widow. Thomas. Farmer. McElhoney. Wm. Nicholas. Brown. John.

Joseph. Gentleman. but contains the best farmdivided into the Northern and Southern MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Carpenter. ""Boylan. James . Alexander. Sarah. Treasurer John Johnston. Robert. Gekill. Guy. Martin. 4 miles. Lyons. Wheeler. . Huxley. Jo. Armstrong. George. Mary. Quin. Edwin. Joseph / 6 Bailey. John. Thomas. Townsend. Humphries. Con. Hutchinson. Oiffin. Alexander.S Adams. Hugh. Thomas. -NORTHERN The Gore County. AIcDougal. Earngey. Amos Shoemaker 10 10 11 7 Allen. Farmer. Innkeeper. 13 5 17 15 Bailey. CoUingborne. Henry. Farmer. Robert. William Elcoat. Cation. Grahame. Jamieson. Little. Carpenter. William. Mason. Esq. Farmer. Councillors. William ^ Kersey. Morrisson. Joseph Henry Baidock. John. Gentlemen. Humphries. 1873. Henry. Farmer. James Agar. Ackroyd. Clerk. Farmer. Population about 80. David. Farmer. Con. Bowerbtink. Lot. Thompson. Atkinson. William Porter. Joseph. W.seph. i'erris. Gelding. Shoemaker. A small village on the cousy. Northern Division. Jeremiah Allison. Hugh. William. Watson. Gentleman. John.. James. Labourer. Philip Eagan.U)l Campbell. Hiscock. Elliott. John. Farmer. Farmer. Labourer. Shields. Robef^. James. Labourer. Laughin. Mason. Hall. Carpenter. Fraser. Labourer. Farmer. James.. FRASER'S CORNERS. Grasby. Widow. John Innkeeper. Distant from Town line between Toronto and CTiinguaBrampton. Labourer. Widow. Blacksmith. Henry. Samuel. Ijaldock. Farmer. GORE OF TORONTO. Albert. on the south-east boundary of the Township. Blacksmith. Saddler. Waggonmaker. John. 4 miles from Malton. tiobert Beamish. Moody. William. V. GifBn. Reeve. William Berry.] ohn. Oascoyue. J. Township Clerk. James Sleightholm. William. Lot. Farmer. DIVISION- of Toronto It lies It is a very small is ing land in the County. Builder. Divisions. Johnston. Laycock. Thomas 12 8 8 8 8 10 8 13 12 4 -4 16 16 . John. John Taylor.

Philip Elcoat. Thomas Foster. Senr. Michael Byrne. William ' 4 7 9 9 9 9 . 8 10 10 10 10 11 9 9 9 13 8 6 14 13 Cameron. J ohn'^ Sen Bland. Colin Cameron. George Elcoat.. Austin Burton. Duncan McMurphy. McGachy. Nattrass. 8 12 12 15 7 7 McGachy. John Carberry. Nicholas 3 10 9 15 16 17 8 4 9 John Nattrass. Thomas 16 14 6 Hugill. George Julian. David 4 4 9 8 9 9 Hunter. Hugh Morrison James Morrison. John Gribbin.. 'harles Eagen. Harrison. Lot.. Joseph Fines. John Harrison. 8 4 4 8 gonmaker 9 4 . 7 7 Gardham.Q 15 Lawson.. Thomas Dobson. Labourer .. J. Clark. William Kelly. Muns. Daniel 9 9 Hugill. 10 Nicholson... Collins. John. John Foster.. James McMurphy. Joseph .. McGinnes. Sarah . Jur Bland. Henry Figg. John 8 10 10 11 11 8 8 8 7 11 11 11 8 11 11 Kersey. Duncan McGachy. Thomas.. 'Ihomas Key's. R. Kichard Cole..Maurice Nash. John Bland. Mark Harrison. 8 7 Berryman. William 4 4 4 15 15 . Stephen 15 8 6 8 9 9 9 6 6 6 2 McMurphy. Isaac 11 7 11 16 7 8 7 7 8 7 9 9 6 16 13 13 15 15 1 15 15 3 8 8 8 14 3 3 Dobson. J unr. Matthew Harrison. Archibald 9 8 9 McVean.. Alexander Graspy.. Joseph Kelly. 10 8 Craven.. James. Wag- Nattrass. James AicVean. William Doherty.1 102 Con. Robert Mulholland. Patrick Nattrass. Bernard Doherty.. William Byrne.. John. 14 14 9 17 16 May. Thomas Devins. John Lawrence. Joseph . Richard Craven..Murphy. Andrew 9 7 7 9 5 Plunter. Alfred. Lot. Thomas . Rev. George 8 8 11 Kellam. Nicholas . James McGinnes. .. John. James.. John Nash. Norris Foster. Duncan . C. Robert McGee. Jonathan 8 8 8 8 11 8 1 15 8 9 8 7 6 10 10 7 3 10 9 7 10 9 10 Nattrass. 8 Lemon.. Eerry.. John. Shoe- 12 maker 10 Thomas. John 9 Leigh ton. * Con. Walter Grant. Michael Cook. . George Bland. McFarland. Thomas Bryne. William Garbutt. Donald . Martin Byrne. Richard Black. Lansdell. 12 16 Thomas 12 12 12 7 7 Lansdell. ... George 11 Mason. Jr Dale. Carberry. Shoemaker 8 8 7 8 9 14 11 9 7 7 Endicott. William.James Morrison. 15 11 11 Thomas . Sen Cole. William. Thomas Burritt. John Morrison. Thomas.

103
Con. Lot.

Nattrass,

Thomas

Nixon, Alexander Nixon, Mary Ann

Odium, Edward O'Donald. John O'Hara, Daniel Oldfield, Henry
smith

.

8 8 8 8 10
11 '7

3

12
3

Shead, George Shead, Joseph
Shortel,

7 7

9 9

James

16 14 10 12 17 14 13 13 12 14 14 12
^

Shortel, Richard
Shortel, Robert

10 10 10
9

17 17 17
5 6

0'l.,eary, Michael, Black-

Sleigh tholm, Francis Sleightholm, James Smith, John

Henry Parr, Henry Parr, James Parr, James
Parr,

Parr, Joseph, Senr Parr, Joseph, Junr Parr^ Thomas Peacock, John Pearen, John Pearson, Pike, Thomas Porter, Robert Proctor, Joseph

9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
:..

David George Stephenson, Joseph
Steele,

10 7 8
9

Steer,

9 7
...

Taylor, John Taylor, John .. Taylor! Robert Taylor, Wm., Sr Taylor, Wm.^ Jr

9
9

9 8
7

9
7

5

8
6

Wm

ileid,

Wm

7 8 7 8 11

5
2

15 16

Thompson, John Thompson, Thomas Ward, George Ward, Robert Watson, George Watson, Walter

10
7

10 10 17 13 12 15 15 12 11 14 15
7 7
1

7

8 12

16
3 9
9

RoLinson, Abel, Senior. Robinson, Abel, Jr Robinson, David Robinson, George Bobinson, James Kobinson, Royal, Charles, Drover.

10 10
9 9

Wm

Shaw, James Shaw, Robert...... Shaw, Samuel Shaw,

Wm

7 10 10 8 8 8
8

Weatherall, Wm., Blacksmith 9 Wiley, George 7 10 4 Wiley, 9 8 4J Wiley, 8 3^ Wilkinson, George 8 7| Wilkinson, Robert 5 Wilkinson, Thomas 8 14 Woodhill, Robert 7 14 Woodhill, Susan 7 14 Woodhill, 8
7
.

Wm Wm

2 2

i

|

17 17 5
6 2

Wm

6

GORE OF TORONTO-SOUTHERN
Aikens, John

DIVISION.
8
7

Armstrong. Adam Brophy, Patrick

7 8 8 7

8 12
1

Gardham, Walter
Gardhouse, John Haydon, Daniel Haydon, Michael Hepton, Robert Hutchins' in, Walter Shaw. James Shaw, Sarah Shields, Alexander Smith, Patrick

10 12
9 9

hapman, Thomas Chute, Joseph

9

8 8
7
7

8
7
7

12
11

Cook, Henry Cook, James Dawson, Frederick Dawson, George Eagan, Patrick

12 12
11

7

8 9

12 13 14 12

8

8
7 8

10
7

14

104
Con. Lot. Con. Lot.

Tindale,

John

8
7

Tomlinson, David Wenman, Robert

9

13 10 15

Whitlock, Matthew.

7 7

Wood, John
Wriirht, Robert
....

5 14
15

8

GRAHAMSVILLE.
A
village

on the

" Sixth

Line,"

partj^

in

partly in Toronto Gore, and partly in Chinguacousy.

Brampton,
Bell,

7 miles;

from Malton^2 miles.

Toronto Township, Distant from Population about 100.

Armour, Alexander.
Henry, Gentleman.
Bell. Robert, Innkeeper.

Irwin, Hugh. Irwin, Joseph.

McLaughlin, Robert, Farmer,

Cook, John, Blacksmith. Dalton, Wilkinson. Dal ton, Wm., Farmer. Dorsey, Robert, Farmer. Hepton, David, Farmer. Herbert, Edward, Painter. Hessy, James, Blacksmith.

McLean, Duncan, Farmer,
Nesbit, Nathaniel, Labourer. Peacock, Wm,, Farmer. Phillips, Thos. G., M.I>. White, David, Labourer. Wood, John, Farmer.

HUTTONVILLE.
A small village in the Township of Chinguacousy, four miles west from Brampton it is on the river Credit, with excellent water power which is used with much success by Mr. Button the proprietor.
;

Brown, James, Farmer. Brown, Ralph, Sawyer.
Cardinal, George, Sawyer. Cardinal, Henry, Labourer. Cardinal, Reuben, Sawyer.

Hyatt, John, Teamster. James, George, Merchant. Mino, John, Carpenter. Mino, Wm., Teamster.
Ostrander, Urr, Innkeeper. Quinnel, James, Sawyer. Speirs, Robert George. Wurts, Joel, Carpenter.

Cunningham, Alex., Labourer.
Uutton, Alexander. Hutton, James P., Esq., owner, Postmaster.
Mill-

KILMANAGH.
the Town line between Chinguacousy and Caledon on the third line east of Hurontario Street Distant from Brampton 14 miles; Caledon East, the nearest Station of the Toronto, Grey and Bruce Railway, 2 miles. Population about 100.

On

Nancy, Innkeeper. Calbeck, James, Farmer. Calbeck, James, Junr., Farmer. Calbeck, William, Farmer. Ceasar, Andrew, Farmer. Ceasar, John. Ceasar, Matthew. Ceasar, William.
Blair.

William, Weaver. Faulkner, James. Graham, John, Shoemaker. Lindsay, Andrew, Gentleman. Lindsay, Michael, Gentlemen. Matson, John, Farmer. McCollum, Noble.
(yolter.

McKechnie,

Wm.

105
JMcKenna, William. Blacksmith Nelson, William. Nosworth, Robert. Labourer. Peacock, George, Waggon-maker.
Robertson, .John. Sanderson, Thomas, Post Master.
I

Scott, John, Carpenter.

Ward. Edward.
William. William, Shoemaker. Wilson, Hugh.
^\^•lrd,

Williaui.s,

Merchant,

LOOKTON.
A village in the Township of Albion. Distant from Brampton 22 miles from Caledon East, the •' Mono Koad " Station of the Toronto, Grey and Bruce Railway, 5 miles. Population about 100.
;

Barnby, Richard, Fanner. Barnby, Robert, Innkeeper. Bolton, John, Labourer. Carey, Anthony.

Kelley, Bernard, Farmer. Kelley, Matthew, Siioemaker.

DeLaney.

Bridcret.

Doherty, Michael, Parmer. Farrell, Richard. Galvin, Michael. Gormican, James, Waggon -maker. Horan, Dennis. Horan, Martin. Horan, V\'illiam, Farmer. Irwin, Alexander, Farmer. Irwin, Samuel, Merchant. Kearns, George.

Killahy, John. Weaver. Lock. Ari hibald. Farmer. Lock, Archibald, Junr. Lock, Mrs. Luc}'. Robert, Farmer. Mallaby. James, Bl.icksmith. Minnock, .^,atthew, Farmer. J'arkinson, Adam, Post blaster. Quinn, John. Tuthill, John, Merchant. Wallace, Henry, Carpenter: Wallace William, Innkeeper.

MACVILLE.
small village in the Townsl.ip of Albion. Distant from ton 16 miles ; from Bolton 3 miles. Population about 80.

A

Bramp-

Thomas. Labourer. Alloway, Francis, Labourer. Alma Hotel, George Lougheed. Hill, Moses, Car-builder. JaflFray, Charles, Farmer. Lougheed, George, Alma Hotel. Munsie, Alexander, Farmer. McDougall, Andrew, Farmer. McDougall, Mary.
Allan,

Newlove, James, Merchant. Newlove, James H. Robson, James, Farmer. oase, John, Blacksmith. Williamson, Thomas, Farmer. Wilson, Mrs. Wilson Setli, Post Master. Wilson William.
i

MALTON.
thriving village on the Sixth Line or Township of Toronto and Toronto Gore

A

Town
;

Line, between the

a Station of the

Grand

Trunk Railway, and
from Brampton
300.

of the IMontreal Telegraph Company. 6 miles and 15 from the City of Toronto. Population about
Allen, Daniel, Junr., Merchant.

Adams, David, Labourer.
Addison, Robert, Farmer.
Allen, Daniel, Senr.

Allen, Joseph,

Merchant,

Post

Master.

Shoemaker. Shoemaker.D. Laidlaw. Thomas. Catherwood. Innkeeper. Hearn. Higgins. George. Cheyne. Wm.106 Thomas B. Halliday. Callaghan. John. Richard. now being constructed. Speirs. Wenham. William. J. Bailey. Lundy. Bell. . Armstrong John. Andrew. Distant from Brampton. Cooper. Cathcart. Alexander. Labourer. Farmer. Farmer. M.. Labourer. Cuoper. John. Edward. Bates. Bell. Thomas. Thomas. Richard. Cutter. Townley. Population about 300. John. Commercial Hotel. Farmer. Tringate. MEADOWVALE. John.. iMoore. Bateman. Heacock. James. 4 miles. Joseph Kearney. Coroner. Switchman. Crocker. and will shortly have a station on the Credit Valley Railway. Thomas. Thomas. Elijah. West. James. Speirs. A small village in the Township of Chinguacousy. Hutchinson. Adam.. Allen. William. Luke. Margaret. Kehoe. Joseph. McGuire. Perry. Atcheson. Gooderham &. Blacksmith. . Gent. I Payne. Farmer. Press John. John. Seaman. George. Nesbit. Francis. Carthew. Hamilton. Brocklebank. Farmer. Graham. Gentleman. Merchant. Farmer. 'avid. William. Andrew. Post Master. Cheyne. Large. Innkeeper. It has an office of the Montreal Telegraph Company. Tester. John. James. Hugh. Ibson. Waggon-maker. Brighton. Labourer. Cooper. Farmer. Shields. Innkeeper. Richard. Robert. Wm. Clark. Grant. Nathaniel. David. Barker. William. William. John. John. Auctioneer.. 6 miles . Susanah. Wm. Haydon. Isaac. Samuel. Sanderson. Robinson. James. Blacksmith. widow. Labourer.. John. Smith. Shoemaker. Gent. Farmer. the Township of Toronto. Innkeeper. Painter. Labourer. P.. Millwright.' Sawyer. A thriving village in Wm Wm. Brett. Butcher. from Streetsville. Labourer. Farmer. Farmer. Blake. Worts. James. Mason. Wm. Teacher. Foster. Grand Trunk Agent. McCourt. Barry. Labourer. Armstrong. Labourer. Farmer. Labourer. Mrs. Hallidaj. McDonald. Mrs. Seven miles north-east from Brampton. Blacksmith. Archdekinj Peter. James. John. Cutter. Ritchie. Thomas. White David. Labourer. Archdekin. MAYFIELD. George. Wm. Joseph. Brown. Christopher. Foster. ]\IcGilivray.. John. Craig. Cook. Gray. on the River Credit with excellent water privileges which are used with much success by Messrs. Carpenter.. Adam. Bale. Labourer.

Sadler. Mitchell. George. Post- Beattie. Rev. Sawyer. Labourer. Flourpacker. Arthur. Edward. Porterfield. Scott. Wilson. Richard. Hardy. Del. and partly in the Township of Mono. George Scott Oatmeal Factory and George Scott Scott. Hughes. David. England." partly in the Townships of Albion and Caledon. Widow. Ch. McGouldrick. Labourer. 107 Davidson. John. Anthony. MELVILLE. Robert. MONO MILLS. Schollan. Trevanion. Thos. Mrs. xMrs. Farmer... Miller. of & Sons. Widow. William. Farmer. Wm. Thos. D. Folwell. Eichard. Snowden. Thomas. Farmer. & General Merchants.. H. Mowbray. William. James. Teamster. Laidlaw. Thomas. in the very early settlement of the county. Ward. 24 miles from Orangeville. James. Hillock. Gough. George. Shingle-maker.ancey. Albert. James. Blacksmith. Tailor. Joseph. Saw Mill. It is on the head waters of the River Humber. Johuadab. Cooper. Population about 70.. Miller. Joseph. J. . James. Succliff. IMatthew. Johnston. Maxwell. Hamilton. Hardy. Labourer. Elliott. Cooper. Samuel. Foster. Eccles. Merchant. Miller. Sarah. Johnston. Farmer.. Farmer. Commercial Hotel. Jane. C. Irvine. 10 . Thomas. Cooper. Maxwell. Labourer. Labourer. Labourer. from Orangeville 3 miles. Millers. R. Thomas. Gordon. Miller. Gooderham & Worts. Labourer. Albion Hotel. Labourer. Gooderham.. Distance from Brampton. Bookkeeper. Stubbs. master. Griffith. of & Sons. George. Davidson. Merchant. Kearny. Labourer. Merchant. Shoemaker. Labourer. Alexander. A A DeLancey. Postmaster. Allison. Henry. branch of the small village in the north part of Caledon. Spellan. Charles H. in the County of Simcoe. Grey and Bruce Railway. Thomas. from Brampton 21 miles. A considerable village at the head of the " sixth line" or " Mono Road. John. Distance Credit runs through it and affords good water power. Ward. Cooper. Allan. the water power of which has been made available by the erection of McLaughlin's Mills.. Joseph. Labourer. Bell. of Gooderham & Worts. 7 miles. Blacksmith. Joseph. John. Jr. James. Scott. Kirby. M. James. John. George. McCabe. Johnston. H. Charles. Walter. Gooderham. Population about 250. Archibald. Wesley. John Kidd. Henry. 7 miles from Mono Road Station on the Toronto. Farmer. George. Maxwell.

Shoemaker. Gentleman. George. MOUNT CHARLES. Robert. Population about 100. Daley. Insurance Agent. Henderson. Downey. Timothy. Blacksmith. Labourer. Milburn. in the east side of Toionto townfrom Brampton.. Henry. Agnes. Pres. James. George. Patterson. Rev. Farmer^ Atkinson. Wm. Henry. Hannah. Charles. John. Blacksmith. Wm. John. Robert. McLaughlan. William. Robert. Violet. Savage. Gentleman. Robinson. McLeod. Daniel. Farmer. Tailor. from Malton. Robinson.. Township of Albion. Farmer. Blacksmith. Peacock. retired. Jones. Isaac. . Innkeeper. Farmer. Campbell. Farmer. Fletcher. Henry. James. Richard. Simpson. Henderson. Albion Hotel. Wm. Owens. Maxwell. Hornby. 6 miles. Postmaster. M. Royal. ]\rerchaQt.. Patrick. Anthony. Charles. Farmer. Bently Wm. Duncan. McCanna. Mrs. Henry.. D. John. Headen. iMorrison. Kidd. Robert. Cobean. Farmer. John. John. Wright. Joseph. Merchant. distant from Brampton. Lawrence. village distant and post office. Bernard. Fletcher. Farmer. Robert. John. Patrick. Farmer. Andrew. Walter. Piobert. Joseph. Irvine. Lewis. Downey. Hassard. Farmer. McCallum.. McLaughlan. Juu. Alex. Wm. Thos. Montreal Telegriph Company. Ana. Merchant. John. Armstrong. A small ship. John. Waggon MakerPearson.108 Benson. Farmer. Innkeeper. Hannah. Jackson. Pedlow. MOUNT HURST. Feme. Farmer. Farmer. William. Abel. Farmer. McKiudlay. Clark. Nugent. Innkeeper. Duggan. Farmer. Farmer. Shoemaker. Farmer. Henderson. David. Black. Dale. Shoemaker. Chambers. Jones. Mrs. from Bolton. lankeeper. CoUey. P. J. John. Robert.. Waggon Maker. Wilson. Clark. 2| miles. Robert. Gage. Builder.. Downey. Judge. Thomas. James. Innkeeper. Farmer. Cundell. Farmer. Hessie. Jones. Charles. Baldock. John.. Lewis. Lacey. James. A small village in the 22 miles . Farmer. Mary E. George. John. John. Jun. James. Sen. Grafton. Gage. Innkeeper. John. Andrew. 4 miles. Saddler. Judge. Pearson. Population about 100. Mrs.

Blakely. Wolfe. Farmer. Wm. Farmer. Farmer. Bryan. Wm. Noble. PORT CREDIT. William. Suggett. Carpenter. Logan. 0. John. Wallace. James. Monkman. Mabee. Carpenter. Sailor. Wm. enters Lake Ontario. Bryan. Block. Daniel. Postmaster. Charles. and the lots for the purposes of the City of Toronto. Sailor. Roadhouse. MOUNT WOLFE. Bamford. Wolfe. Arthur. from Toronto City 14 miles from Cooksville 3 miles. Thomas. P. Blackall. Port Credit was laid out as a Town by Government. Here is a station of the Great Western Railroad. Wolfe. shipbuilder. Abraham. Henry. Robert. Merchant. Henry. Farmer. Robinson. Mabee. Roadhouse. John. James. Christopher. Here commences Hurontario street. of whites commenced in the County of Peel. Thos. River Credit. Wm. Henry. Ernest. Roadhouse. J. Wolfe. Disand tant from Brampton 13 miles. Barrett. at seasons .. which had probably Here the existed long before Canada became a British Province. Farmer. after traversing the whole length of the County. possessing the only harbour in the county and a very good harbour it is— frequently used — when vessels capIt was at this place the settkmcnt not enter the Toronto harbour.. and in the neighbourhood was a considerable settlement of Indians. and afibrdIn the early settlement ing water power to many villages therein. Population about 400. Wallace. Sailor. Postmaster.. Farmer. Eli. Farmer..-. put in market about the year 1835. Farmer.. Block. John.. A small village in the Township of Albion. Harrison. McCabe. Distant from BrampPopulation about 100. and of the Montreal Telegraph Company. which runs through the Counties of Peel and Simcoe. Wm. Lipsitt. Sen. Lipsitt. White. Baggage-master. Elliott. Blacksmith.. ton 24 miles. Jun. This is a town of considerable importance. Block. Farmer. one of the finest mill streams in Canada. Labourer. Alexander. Charles. White. Thomas. but that time is past. Wm. and terminates at the Town of Collingwood on Lake Huron. Waggonmaker. Joseph. John. Lewis. Mabee. Eichard. . from Bolton 6 miles. immense quantities of salmon were caught in the River Credit.j 109 Monkman. Blakely. Farmer. Jame. William Wardle.

Mason. Thos.. Denis. Innkeeper. Labourer. Merchant. Teacher. Joseph. Wm. Labourer. Sailor. Sharp. Sailor. Michael. Distant from Brampton 8 miles . Peerie. Hamilon.. Euwriyht. Wm. Carpenter. M. Brookman. Shaw. Farmer. Thomas. George. Biacksmitli. John. John. Teacher. Albert. Moses. Emily. Joseph. Addison. Graham. McLaughlin. Innkeeper. Labourer.. Ferris. Labourer. Sullivan.. Labourer. McCauliife. Hugo. Cotton. Harris. Farmer. Blacksmith.. Denis. M. Blacksmith. Isaac. Jane. Thomson. Connor. John. Labourer. Shaw. Johnston. David. Joseph.. Thomas. Stout. Middlebrook. Beatty. Nash. Chas. RICHVIEW. Johnson. Wm. Geo. John. Miller. A and partly small valley on the "Sixth Line. Timothy. P. Postmaster. John. Graham. Sailor. Henry. Foley. Ford. . Merchant. Innkeeper. Labourer. Emma. Farmer. Farmer. O'Leary. Davis. James W. Pace. Greenous. Robt. Blacksmith. Blacksmith. Widow. George. Cotton. Shoemaker. Thomas. Burgess. Wm. Daniel. Kanally. in the Gore. Labourer. Foley. Davis. James. Widow. Sharp. Esq. Widow. Moses. Connor.. Thomas. Sailor. Lester. George. Farmer. Farmer. Peter. Sailor. Sawyer." partly in Toronto township. Sailor. Labourer. Patrick. Hogan. Long. Innkeeper.. Samuel. Peer. Hayes. Long. Sharp. Sharp. Teamster. Harman. Stout.. Harrison. Ferris. Joseph. Wm. Burnside. Patrick. David.. R. McCully. Johnson. Farmer. Innkeeper. Emerson. Labourer. John. Farmer. Tailor. David. Morrisay. John. Alexander. Jeremiah. Burgess. Cotton. Labourer. Culham. Thos. Port Credit Harbour Co. Strong. Hooper. Population about 80. Farmer. Madigan. Manager of Port Credit Harbour Co. Blacksmith. Michael. Catharine. Sampson. Patrick. Labourer. Robiirt. Labourer. Timothy. Farmer. Grafton. Gowland.. McDonald..M. Blacksmith. Nash. Jennings. Farmer. Eobinson. Sailor. Farmer. John. Sailor. Clerk. Blacksmith. Pedler. Timothy. Sailor. Wilcox. Carpenter. Mahar. John. Labourer.110 Blowes. Hare. Nathaniel. Coulter. John. John. David.. Gatchell. Labourer. Mellow. Labourer. Harrigan. Michael. Sailor. James. Clark. Geo. Maurice. Widow. Tester. from Mal- ton 2 miles. Sailor. Innkeeper. Nathaniel. Farmer. Michael. Sailor. Daniel. Jeiry. John. Perrin. Patrick. Lawson. Sharp. William. Labourer.

Boyle. David. Trueman. distant from Brampton. Joseph. Town Clerk. Clifford. Sen. Miller. Hunter. Traeman. Farmer. "Sixth Line. Carpenter. Sinclair. Matthew. : Anderson. Robert. ROOKSIDE. Duncan. Smith. John. Farmer. Postmaster and Alexander. Township of Chinguaand has good water I'opulation about privileges. Hewitt. McDonald. Shoemaker. Agent. McDonald. Postmaster.s. Cavan.. A don . John. Duncan. 3 miles. Dean. Millowuer and McPherson. Saddler. James. Farmer. Parr. John. Neil. Elliott. G. Farmer. Richard. It is on the banks of the Credit. Wm. 14 miles. Daly. Thoma. John. James. Jan. Joseph. Edward. John.. Blacksmith. Farmer. A village on the Chinguacousy.. McDonald. Farmer. Thomas. John. Philip. George. Smith. East. Distant from Brampton. M. Farmer. Wm. Dale. John. Kirkwood. Coleman. Jfimes. Smithson. George. Carpenter. Carpenter.Ill Strachan. . Thomas. Tailor. Clark. David. Labourer. Trueman. Hunter. McCauley. Alexander. Labourer. Shoemaker. Alexander. Labourer. Kirkwood. Phillips. ]\IcArthur. Labourer. SALMONVILLE. Campbell. Edward. Leslie. Elliott. Farmer. Clerk. Hunter. Simon. James. Middleton. small village in the south-west corner of the Township of CalePopulatii n about 80. Farmer. John. John. George. Cooper. Farmer. Labourer. Farmer. Elliott. Hewitt. Matthews. Davidson. James. McLeod. Robert. "Weaver. McDonald. Wm. Clifford. Foster. 14 miles. James: Carpenter. Plewis. Sen. Elliott. SANDHILL. Farmer. McArthur. John. Boyle. Henry. James. Tindall.. Farmer. John. John." partly in Albion and partly in from Caledon Distant from Brampton 12 miles Population about 200. Daniel. Labourer. A 70. Neil. James. rising village in the western part of the cousy. Farmer. Merchant. Cooper. Farmer. George. Benjamin.D. Cripps. Merchant. Smith. Carpenter. James. Smithson. Whitelock.

Farmer. Benjamin. George.. Blacksmith. Evans. Robt. Nancy. James. McBride. Innkeeper. 12 miles. Thomas. Lee John. George. SHERIDAN. Waggon Maker. line. John. Finnerty. John. William. Robert. Farmer. between the Townships of Toronto and Trafalgar. William. Hodgson. Absalom. John. 'Distant from Port Credit 6 miles. Farmer. Rutherford. E-obinson. Wilson. ]\lrs. Thomas. from Brampton 18 miles. Distant from Brampton 19 miles. Mason. ulation about 40. Evans. Labourer.112 Hodgson. Matthew. Thomas. Labourer. 2 miles. William. Bicker.. Evans. Population about 100. Patrick. Blacksmith. Scott. David.. Weir. James. Jacob. Farmer. Innkeeper. Thomas. McKce. Finnerty. McBride. PostMaster. Farmer. Quin. Thompson. Farmer. Butcher. Farmer. P. A small village on Hurontario Street in the Township of Caledon. small village on the " Sixth Line " between Albion and Chin" guacousy. James. Labourer. Merchant. Farmer. McColl. William Merchant. Bell. George. David. Farmer. Labourer. Edward. Rutherford. Campbell. Farmer. Wilson. Wilson. Richard. P. Skynner. from Caledon East Population about 60. Thos. Long. Long. Wag^onmaker. John. SLIGO. Moffatt. Distant from Brampton. Farmer. Jun. Will. James. Johnston. Parker.. Sweeny. Solomon. Williamson. Porter. Farmer. Gentleman. Shoemaker. town Curran. John A. John. Thos. J. Gentleman. John. Seamstress. Shoemaker. McDivitt. Merchant. Seth. A small village on the. Daniel.. McDivitt. Sen. Evans. McColl. Aikitt. Bobt. Marshall. Smith. Campbell. Minnick. Johnston. Beatty. Long. Robert. Gentleman. Hugh. Parmer. Archd. Labourer. Shoemaker. Innkeeper. Wilson. Lindsay. Eunice. John. INIichael. Pop McDivitt. Post Master. from Charleston. Robert. A Brown.. William. . Blacksmith Hughes. Moss. SLESWIOK. George. Alexander. John. Shunck. Mechanic. Postmaster. Lougheed. Savage. Innkeeper. John. James. 4^^ miles. Labourer. Blair. Peter. Evans. John. William. J. Robert.

McClure. Cox. Shook. Dixie. Tremble. M. William. Farmer. Farmer. Farmer. Carpenter. Whetham. Patrick. John. Teamster. Beaumont. Farmer. John. Widow. Burns. banks of the Credit. Labourer. Labourer. Newman. Thos. Farmer.. John. Farmer. I Graham.. . Foster. Miller. Pensioner. Jr. John. Banane. Hannah. AVm. 20 miles. Weaver. ^Michael. Kitchen. Ostrander. Exchange Hotel. Labourer. Thomas. 31ahar. Manary. Harkis. Cullen. Labourer. E. Population about 250. Galbraith. Widow. James. Labourer.ill village in the Township of Chinguacousy. Bird. McCartney. Widow. I Mel arthey. Carpenter. Widow. Henry. John. Cornelius. Thos. Thos... Merchant. W. Charles. James. Innkeeper. John. Loyal. Maurice. Thomas. JMagrath. Population about 80. O'Neil. j Elliot. Robert.rmer. Labourer. Dundas Street. Magrath.. Hutton. Eliza.. Mrs. Sen. Christopher. Col.. Murphy. Shoemaker. Haugh. >ioah. 2i miles west Hutton. Farmer. Farmer. James. Taylor. Michael. .. Robt I from Brampton. John. Flanders. A sm. Farmer. Widow. Richard. Graham. John. Labourer. Alex. John. Hall.. Neil.. Isaac. 14 miles from Cooksville. It is on the . Merchant. Hickey. Labourer. Masterman. Foster. 3Iary. Xathani:l. Hayes. Samuel. Mrs. 4 . Eobt. Despond. John. Skynner. Hoskiu. Crawford. Farmer. Wm.. Jun. Distant IVom Brampton. Alex. Thos. Burk. Labourer. Barrister."^amuel. Farmer. Newman. Mason. . and from Toronto City. Carpenter. Copeland. O'Leary. { Brown. McCuskin. Labourer. James. Kane. Denison. Farmer. Kenney. Brooks. Copeland. Labourer. McDowell. John. Gill. Gartley. Farmer.113 SPRINGBROOK. Miner. Labourer. Thos. which aflfords good water power. DeLancey. John. Tailor. Thomas. Farmer. Laboui'er. Copeland. F:. Gill. John. ' Foley. Newman. KJaitter.. John. Wm. Blacksmith. SPRINGFIELD. l^enjamin.. Labourer. Hayes. John. Timothy. Wm. Labourer. Thos. Mary. Dixun. Coroner.. Painter. Joseph. Bates. Labourer. Labourer. Labourer. Maria S. Mason. A thriving village on Banane. James.. Blacksmith.. Ostrander. in the Township of Toront i.D. Widow. Absolom. Blacksmith. Farmer. Blair. John. Joseph. Knitter. Boyes. R. McCutcheon.

Credit 7 miles . An probably a better selection could not be made. Woodrufi^. way. and from Toronto City 23 miles. Farmer. Taylor. James. Labourer. he therefore procured the land and immediately proceeded to erect a Grist mill and Saw mill.. STANLEY'S MILLS. Dynes. 617. Knitter. and those were soon followed by other manufacturing and mercantile establishments. John. Burrill. Emerson. Evans. until the railway times of 1856-7. Postmaster. Elisha. John. Flemming. Edwin. however. P. Wm. . ward Turner. Elisha. Streetsville erected the first Grammar School-house in the County of Peel. Birbridge. will undoubtedly be of much and a few more years will probably see it a value to Streetsville Distant from Brampton 10 miles. Merchant. Benjamin. Miller. McDonald. Wm. James. A village on the tion about 100. Staggall. Knitter. Leighton. Pedler. by Assessors' return. now in the course of construction. Miller. Jun. Labourer. on the river When the new This is the oldest village in the County. 8 miles. Thos. Christopher. excellent water powers which are used to much advantage by the The Credit Valley Railejiterprising firm of Gooderham & Worts. Blacksmith. McDonald. Oldfield. STREETSVILLE. Millowner. Weller. Turple. till Streetsville became the centre of trade for It continued to thrive and improve a large section of the County. George. PopulaDistant from Brampton. Alderson.. Timothy Street. P]dward. Henry.. Innkeeper. and Gore of Toronto. survey of Toronto was surveyed in 1815. Turner. Sarah. Balfour. Watkins. Waggonmaker. Burrill. Farmer. Duncan. J. when it got the go by as well as It has It is still. from Port prosperous town . Carpenter. James. Farmer. Mr." in the Township of Chinguacousy. Turner. Labourer. Blacksmith. Karr. Donald. who had the contract for the survey. Cooksville. Farmer. J. Turner. John. George. Richard. Tailor. Edwin. Wm. P. Springfield Knittins: Mills. Merchant. John. selected this spot for a Town. " Sixth Line. Purdon. Farmer. Postmaster. Balfour. Saul. incorporated village in the Township of Toronto. Wilson. Ed- Turner. Blacksmith. Mimufaoturer.114 Springfield Knitting Mills. Bouchier. Blackburn. Teeter. and Credit. Population in 1873. a very interesting town. Clark. John.. Labourer. James..

Mrs. Grimshaw. William. Queen. Fawley. John. Thos. Shoemaker. Cunningham. Culligan. Queen. Main. and Treasurer. Robert. Beavin. John and Dr. Labourer.. John. James. James. Kutledge James Gooderham. Glendinning. Aber. Queen. Cabinet Maker. William. ^N'illiam.. John. Fitzgibbon. Rev... Allen. Broadway. Queen. tario. Mrs. Cardinell. Postmaster. Cassels. Mrs. Blacksmith. Thomas. Congdon. Saml. Tannery. Gamble. Brackesridge. Queen. Queen. Main. Mrs. Charles. Alice. >]ason. Charles. Gooderham. of Gooderham A: Worts. William. Shoemaker. Spinner. Graydon. Blacksmith. Douglas. James. Beatty* Robert. Banford. Teacher. Bonhiim. On- Bartley. Embleton. Richard. Queen. Bonham. Labourer. Queen. Mrs. Queen. Jane. Queen. Thomas.115 MTJKICIPAL COUNCIL. Pearl. Broadway. Davidson. Queen.D. Thomas. Thomas. Cunningham. C. Weaver. Forster. James. Innkeeper. Sarah. Queen. Dandy. John. Farmer. Councillors "William J. Woods. James. Jno. 31ain. Cummins. Peter. Carpenter. Queen. Charles. Mrs. WiUiam. George. Ellen. Douglas. Clerk : . Pres. William. Casler. James. Joseph. Pinney. Labourer. Labourer. Arcoat.. Cooper. William. Gourlay.D. Mason. Thomas. Waggonmaker. William. Queen. Bell. Mill. Merchant. Cornelius. Clegg. Charles. Reeve John Embleton. Merchant. Tailor. Baker. Main. Biptiste. Wm. Farmer.. Queen. Queen. .. Church. Merchant. Builder. John. Chas. Fulton. John. Church. Glendenning.. Brown. Carrington. Mrs. Weaver. Clark. Mechanic.Wilman. Tannery.. • Ellen. Brookbank. Robt. Crombie. Stage Driver. Queen. Embleton. Casler. Butcher. Queen. George. Queen. Wynd- ham. John. Ontario. Queen. Queen. Tinsmith. Thomas. Thomas. Farmer. Queen. Queen. Carpenter. Bmford. Thomas. Thos. Charles. David. Queen. Hanna. Fulton. Blacksmith. Crombie. ^l. Queen. Queen.. Jane. Thomas. Graydon. Labourer. Photographer. William.. Painter. Mason. Matthew. Queen. Congdon. Tinsmith. Gill. Ontario. Jane. Glendenning. Bonham. William. Mill. Graydon. John Graydon. Blacksmith. Cowan. Brown. Labourer. Fuller. George. Gigger. jNIerchants and Millowners. ^Nlrs. Bennett. Edward. William. M. Queen. Farmer. Queen. Queen.. Cook. James H. Queen. Samuel. Carpenter. Thomas. Atkinson. Carpenter. Anson. John.

Queen. Teacher. Paterson. Westney. Carpenter.. . Wm. Potter. Rev. Queen... Tailor. Labourer. Thomas. Labourer. Queen. Thomas. Queen.. James.. H. Rich. Harris. Henry. Montgomery. Shoemaker. Richard. Tannery. Church. Tannery. Tremble. Queen. Peter. Blacksmith. Queen.. Hill. Zlatanich. Miller. Richard. Dyer. Victoria. Thos. Archibald. 116 Handy. Wiggins. Innkeeper. David. Labourer. Church. Victoria. James. Hoy. C. Sterling. Mason. Qjeen. Labourer. Clerk. Farmer. James. John. Gardener. Gentleman. Bailiff. Rev. Thomas. Butcljer. McConville. McAuley. Thomas. Henry. Queen. Queen. Queen. James. James. Patrick. Jabez. McDonnell. Lewis. Tailor.. Main. Physician. Kent. Queen. Spence. Queen. Main. Alexander. Queen. Queen. Mrs. Queen. Joseph. Queen. Builder. Thos. Patrick. Queen. John. Pinney. Leslie. James. Thomas. Gentleman.Thomas. Simpson. Rutledge. Wyndham. Waggonmaker. Queen. Robert. Main. Leslie. Mitchell. McKeig. William. Neil. Qa een. Thomap. Queen. W. Eng. Robinson.. Gentleman. McGill. Sarah. Queen. Butcher. Jones. Robert. Oliver. Ephraim. Webb. Blacksmith. Edward. Peter. Robinson. Gentleman. Harris. Shoemaker. Queen. Queen. Blacksmith.. B. M. Pallister. McGill. Irwin. Mill. George. Thomas.. S.. Cutter. Farmer. Well-dioo-er.. McConville. Queen.. Wynd ham. Queen. B. Queen. Rich. Ch. Michael. James. George. Wm. Alfred. John. . Hawkins.. Henry.. Mary Anne. Adam. Labourer. Wm. George. George. Queen. Mrs. Queen. Heron. Clerk of Council. Mullen. Jones. Thomas. Mrs. Queen. Main. Thos. M. Agnes. Travis. T imo thy Innkeeper. Church. Queen. Saddler. Gent. Queen. Mason. George. Howard.. Woods. Queen. Sawyer. Queen. Insurance Agent. McDonnell. Innkeeper. George. McKenzie. Tremble. Wyndham.. George.. Queen. Sen. Jr. Kenny. Paterson. Queen. Williamson. Mrs. Joynes. S treet. Painter. Clerk. Thos.A. Mrs. Mitchell. Lewis. Wm. Carpenter. Rutledge. William. William. Ward. Stage Driver. J.. Leander. Queen.. Mason. Mary Ann. Samuel. D. Mrs. Obee. Blacksmith. Main. Gent. Hill. Radding. Rutledge. Queen. Labourer.. Queen. Farmer. Thomas. William. Queen. Wm. Starr. Samuel. Robert. Clerk. Queen. Queen. Labourer.. Morrisey. John. Nicholas. Queen. Tannery. Joyce. W. Margaret. James. John L.. McConville. Queen Thomson. Stephens. Howard. Taylor. Hawkins. Teacher. Wm. Jos. John. Murphy. Gentleman. Mary. Jones. Steen. Blacksmith. Michael. Saddler. Church. Irvine. Waggonmaker.

. Dundas Street. Wilcox. Geo. Councillors John Eakins. John. Wm. Gilmore. John. Prescott. Chas. Labourer. Robert. James. The River Etobicoke here crosses Dundas Street. Goodfellow. Pallett. Postmaster. Dorsey. Labourer. Farmer. between the two figures. Breckenridge. 4 miles and from Toronto City. James. Matthew. Hart. A east corner of Albion. Labourer. Farmer. €orbett. Jordan. Geo. James. John. Merchant. Farmer. John. 3 mUes. Loftus. j Blake. Robt. MUNICIPAL COUXCIL. St. at its eastern boundary. and its settlement commenced immediately after. Blanshard. John. George Savage. Farmer. John. by circumstances. Wm. Waggonmaker. Clerk and Treasurer. Johnston. signify South or North of . Andrew. Innkeeper. Thos. i Morris. and pretty fully settled in a few years ther<. Population about 50. Gent. Bird. R. 14 miles the Township of Etobicoke. . John.. In the following list. Richard. I Mahar. 12 miles... lation about 100. John. Allan. Bolton. Goodfellow. Dale. Fleming. Popufrom Cooksville. village on A and forms the boundary line between the old survey of Toronto. Wm. James. Watson. TORONTO TOWNSHIR— Old Survey. P. Shuttleworth. Toronto Township is. small village on the north corner of the Gore of Toronto and from Distant from Brampton. Robert. 117 SUMMERVILLE. Wilcox.. Hart. Wm. Reeve Melville Parker-.. ' I TORMORE. Weir. Johnston. Hart. . Woods. O'Brien. Thomas. Matthew. Thos. Farmer. Farmer. Farmer. Bernard. G.^after.M. I . Blacksmith. Alderson. Johnston. ditto William Barber and William J. Johnston. . Thos. Robert Cotton. Deputy Reeve ." The Old Survey was surveyed in 180G. and Distant from Ikampton. Robt. Dundas Street in the Township of Toronto.. Dressmaker. . while the New Survey was sur\-%yed in 1819. ' John. Brown. and the letter s or n. St. Alex.. the figures on the left hand give the number of the Concession those on the right the number of Lot. Hart. 15 miles . . James. Jr. Blacksmith. Farmer. divided into the '• Old Survey " and the "New Survey. Geo. Charlotte. Farmer. Ward. ! . Aikins. Splan. Splan. James.

32 33 12 12 James. 3 s 2 s 2 n 1 n 2 s 2 n 2 n 32 12 3 21 13 ..ar 3 1 Bigham. Sen Wm. n 16 Davidson. Edward.. Ellis. Appleby. Jun lifton. 35 3 2 n Henry Cavan. Michael Andrews... Samuel Cook. Wm ... Duck.. Thomas Beamish. Peter Austin. Lot. Davis. Adams Albert Adams. John Clifton. 2 James 2 1 Boak. Coates. Wm a 35 s s s Ajipleby.. William Cavil. Michael Burrell. Jun. John Davis.John Crozier. Peter dow Callinan.. Cox. Henry n 19 1 n 33 2 n 8 2 n 10 5 2 n 7 2 n 5 1 n 1 n 33 2 s 13 1 Wm 2 n 8 2 s 17 2 n 3 5 n 11 1 n 17 1 2 1 n 10 s 21 n 10 s s 1 Henry Clarkson. s 2 1 13 . 4 1 n 35 2 s 29 2 2 2 2 1 s In s s s s s 11 11 John . John Burns. George Denison. Collins. Blacksmith Davis. Gerard Doherty. Robert Cordingley. William Copeland. John Conover. sl2 s 33 n 11 n 8 s 33 n 8 s 6 n 8 s 8 n 11 n 32 n 26 n 3 n 4 n 8 n 22 n 15 s 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 Wm 2 2 2 Arnott. Lot. Robert Denning. George Church. Collins. Kabert Bredin. Hugh Cavan. Dunn. Robert Craig. Dennis Burns. John 1 2 11 11 2(i Conover. 13 Curtis. George Is In 1 1 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 Crozier. i>]argaret. Mary.. Ecleson. Mary Donnelly. Wi1 Curtis. James Curry. Francis 2 3 2 n 23 s 34 n 7 n 2 s 14 s 31 u 17 n 1 s 7 s 12 Richard Wm' Culhara. James Bannon. Michael Drury.. John Clarkson.. Duck.. Thomas Allison James Anderson. Chamberlain. Wm. Michael Curry. Duck. Doherty. James Cavan.Arch Crozier.31 Wm 4 3 s Evans. William Cartledge. James . Samuel Carr. Crawford.. James Curran. David Culham. Robert. Cahoun. Ed. Albert Carr. Chas Andrews. Coates. Widow AUwell. John Anderson. Joseph Church. Pedler Clarkson. Cornelius Barker.ll..s Con. James. Dennis Blair.. M ary Crozier. Simon. James John Thos n 35 1 n 35 2 n 2 2 n 7 2 s 15 2 s 4 Richard Wallace Eastwood. Crozier.i. Thos.. William t 2 1 s s s 28 7 2 1 1 28 6 s Duck. John (lurry. John . Richard Clarkson.. Wm Con. . Francis Bell.. P^dward Curran. George Evans.. Robert Thomas — 3 2 12 9 10 9 Wm.. John Anderson.. 2 n 1 2 n 2 1 n 35 2 n 10 1 s 17 2 s 13 2 s 13 2 n 34 2 1 Collins. George John 1 1 slO s Cameron. William Bently. 2 n 15 . Alfred Elliott. Chas Corrigan. Robert s 31 In 8 . Thos Corrigan. Dennis Corrigan. Dunn.

John S Leeson. Alexander. Hickey. Thomas 2 n 14 Matthews. Goulding. Graham. 12 2 s 27 1 n 12 1 n 17 2 s 31 2 Madden. (jeorge... Michael Is 6 Manlv. | Flynne. Thomas Hickey. Arthur Harris. John Leech. Henry Henry James . Thomas. Joseph Lanway. Adolphus. Jun. Anthony Madigan. Owen Hickey. Joseph. Harris. David Hammond.. 1 n 31 . . Cathn 22 n 11 2 s 5 2 n 8 1 1 1 Jackson. Falconer. Mrs Hendricks. James 11 11 1 s 9 2 n 6 1 s 10 2 s 3-1: 6 2 s 2 s 6 1 s 9 2 s 26 1 s Johnson. Falconer.-on. William 1 n 32 Is 6 Mason. Thomas William Hingner. Joseph Kelley. Graham. Robert Libby. Francis Gable. Lot. John Matthew Robert Gaylord Alexander 10 Graham. Robert Martin. 2 n 18 2 n 15 1 1 s s Thomas Graham. H agr a th. James Is 7 . 3Irs. Wm Fisher. Alice Lanphier. John Madigan. Widow.. Greni'ius. Bryan 2 1 ii 6 JefFer . 25 1 s s 4 25 6 6 3 1 1 Music Master Hick ey. James. Job Hume. Magill. William Kee.-on. Graham. Mitchell. James Goldthorp. Charles. Julius Kivil.. William F armer 26 Is 6\ Mahar. Wm John Featherston.. Michael Hector.. Jehoida Hammond. Jackson. 12 2 n 18 2 n 17 2 s 33 1 n 22 1 n 22 2 s 23 1 n 32 2 n 19 2 n 4 2 s 29 2 s 26 1 n 8 1 n 8 2 s 9 2 n 3 2 2 2 . Daniel s 34 32 32 34 33 1 2 s iv 7 s Jtihnson. I Con.. Oliver Hammond. Charles 3 1 s s s s 32 2 1 1 Harrison. John Hickey. James I\Irs. James Kinsr.^lessenger. Robert Johnston. David. William Hughes. John 2 2 29 12 8 30 14 Charles Johnson. Hugh Kee. Wm James. John Lynne.. s s s s A 9 9 Magill. Jr Hickey. Martin Magitl. James . Sen. Ezard. Charles | ' Jeffers. arine . Griffith. Michael.119 oil. James Madigan. William King. William Hemphill. Lot. Esq... William Hopkins. Austin Hammond.'^iartin. Laird. Andrew Graham. Thomas Wm Fletcher. 2 s 20 3 s 33 Mitchell. 2 4 1 1 1 s s s s s 2 n s s Goodwin. John Haines... n 18 s John. Duncan Merigold. Pedler Oibson. 1 n 17 M 2 s n s s s s s s 3 1 2 2 3 29 15 5 5 ' . George 1 Wm Falconer. Mrs. Gerald j I 2 a 21 2 n 31 Irvine. 3 3 2 James Johnson. Griffitl. Sylvester Gibson.. John 2 n 14 Martin. James Johnston. ' 28 3 s 29 3 s 29 1 n 21 s 33 1 Is 32 . 18 1 s 18 1 s 31 3 s 11 1 s 31 1 n 23 s Irvine. Robert Fenwick.. John Ezard.lames. 3 . Lawrence Hickey.. Joseph Hickey.

John McConnell.. Charles . Richard s s s s s s 3ABC 2 n 24 2 s 33 2 n 34 2 n 20 2 n 17 2 s 24 2 n 19 1 s 18 8 s Mulvain. Thomas. Con. R. 3 2 3 1 7 6 McCauley. Sen.. Rodgers. John S Perry. Charles Pallett. Samuel . James Orr. Erson Shane. William Ritchie. Scott. . David Oliphant. Oliphant. John McCraney. Isaac Oliphant. Rev. David Saul. Louis Shane.D. Owen. Ritchie. M. Frederick s 19 1 Ogden.. McPhee. Alexander. 3 3 2 3 1 1 Osbouru. John McKenny. James Oliphant. Joseph Samuel Samuel Ritchie. ijOt.. Joshua. B Morrison. Joseph . Samuel. James McKenny.. John Skene.. Enoch Patchett. Charles Shane. Henry Shook. .. Elliott Sproule. Morrisey. Grace Joseph 2n 2 n 1 8 9 Shaffer... James mith. n 17 s 1 7 i 1 s 13 Jun Thomas Smith. James Shane. >avid Shook.C. William. John 3 2 s 13 7 35 s 7 2 n 33 2 n 12 2 n 12 2 s 10 2 n 15 Wm 2 9 7 9 Ryan.. McKenny. Moore. J. 2 . Andrew . 2 1 s s s s 3 3 Pollard.. William Oliphant. George Pollard. Henry Speek. Duncan Ogden... Thomas Slade. Francis Ritchie. Lot. Speck. Michael Munn. Mcllmurray Mclnninny. John.. Henry. 34 4 6 2n 1 s s Robertson. Joseph 2 3 2 3 . T. Richard . 2 n 1 James 3 2 2 s s 29 11 12 11 Adam Thomas 1 n 25 n 3i Ritchie. .. William. Melville Patchett. Rutledge... 2 n 13 s 8 s 30 s 23 s 34 s 23 s 27 s 27 n 3 s 29 s 16 s 13 n 7 s s Shanahan. George Ross. Aaron Peer. 2 n 3 1 n 10 2 s 11 3 s 2(j 1 n 13 2 s 26 3 s 13 2 n 34 Wm n 34 n 34 1 n 34 2 n 34 2 n 1 1 1 s 1 5 2 n 20 1 1 s s s i 2 Short. William . Sheridan. John McClellan. Jabez Sproule. Ira n 4 n 4 n 32 . John .. Richard 26 26 s 26 2 n 23 1 n 33 1 s 30 1 s 30 3 s s Smith. 2 McConnell. Ritchie. Patrick Pallett. Philip O'Niel.. Joseph Shane.. John Shook... John McCauley. Junr. 2 3 3 3 1 s 14 31 28 28 25 James 1 1 Stafford. Benjamin Silverthorn. Robert William 4 4 [ Is 1 Parker. Thomis Shaver. Conrad Shook. Jun. James McUonald. Jam<^s F. Peer... Raymond Row... Joseph Ross. Ritchie.. Pedler Phenix. Jun.. Moore.. John .120 Coll. Robinson. John McEntee. 2 s 2 n 2 1 n 11 1 n 19 1 n 19 3 s 26 29 29 14 30 2n . Scott. Robert Spencer. Robert 1 n 3 6 Reid..' Skene.. John Peer. Samuel Moriey. Thomas. John. McDiarmid.*. 2 n 2 n Hugh Mrs.. Francis Shaver. Aaron Oliphant. Peter Rutherford. 2 1 6 Pallett. Oughtred.

Thomas Upham. John Cheyne. Maurice Ward.. David Thompson. Allison. John Tolman. 1 1 s s Is 1 s 5 n n 1 n 1 n 1 n 2 1 35 21 22 22 21 TORONTO TOWNSHIP. J Craig. Cook. Brown. Jun Wolfe. A. George Stewart. John. . 12 3 Crombie. John Wm Maurice 2 1 1 Brown. Charles George James Joseph 7 7 7 5 6 2 1 Curry. George Blain. n 12 s Thomas. White. Patrick Barker.Mrs Stephens. James Tracy. John Waterhouse. John.—New East of Hurontario Addison. John Taylor. Culham.s. Henjamin Broken Front. Peter i I 1 1 Chapman. Samuel ^^ orkman. Culham. Robert Baldock. 5 n s 5 i 3 4 1 1 s s 28 28 6 : '. Lafayette Waterhouse. Luther Cook. George Blain. Andrew Thomas 2 3 3 [ I j Wm 2 14 14 5 Andrews. William 1 1 1 1 n n n n 14 13 14 14 4 5 18 18 20 16 7 5 3 In n 1 n 1 n 1 n 2 n 1 Wightman. j Con. Stewart. . Thomas 6 2 Street. James Wilson. Davis. James Stephens. George "Walsh. John. George Taylor. ' 2 29 Wilcox.. Alexander Eroddy. Volks. George White. John Banane. Culham. John Wolfe. . Xathaniel Cooper. George Cheyne. Richard White. Wilson (hooper. Daniel 6 6 5 : 2 1 s 3 . George 3 3 3 3 29 s 29 s 13 s 13 1 s 10 8 2 n 2 1 s ! Waterhousc. Mason. Uriah Wilson. Michael 4 3 6 5 5 6 3 5 13 2 13 11 Boys. James. Wolfe. David Brown. Robert Aikens. Isaac Waterhouse. Isaac Blain. Frank Dobson. Culham. Paul Wm 2 13 15 15 15 9 Culham. Wm.. Stead. Thomas Brown. ^Yilliam H. Charles Wilcox. Robert Armstrong. Charles Upham.121 Con. Nicholas Beteridge. W 10 8 9 2 2 Carberry. Edward Stephen.Wm Dobson. Robert 5 1 1 Allison. Thomas Crowley. George Wilson. 1 n n s 3 6 . Survey. Wm 7 11 8 Davis. Lot. Margaret 2 Cotton. John Wilson. 2 n 2 n 2 n 2 n 2 n 3 5 : Robert Stephens. Louis Watkins. Aikens. i James Walsh. Georo-e Wolfe. Robert 4 4 2 3 2 5 14 . Richard 1 Broddy.. Lot. Isaac 4 2 6 6 6 5 j 5 6 15 1 4 4 1 7 1 1 Banane. Robert 4 2 6 5 6 . John I ' : Edward Umpleby. William Thomas.

122
Con. Lot.
Crin. Lot.

Dobson, "Wm., Jun.... Douglass, Janet Doherty, Charles Doherty James. Doherty, Dwyer, Alexander Dwyer, Robert Foster, George Foster, Robert
,

6 5 2 2
'l

9 4

Lougheed, Allen

1

Lundy, Francis
iMahar, Patrick

1

7 9
.5

4
3
1
1

6
5

Wm

Marron, Michael, Shoe-

5

maker Markey Thomas
Maxwell, Mellow, Samuel Moore, John Moore, Robert
3Ioore,

8
1

3
2
6
.5

5 5
1

Wm

15
3 9 13 10 9
6 9

13
4
2 4

Garbutt, Daniel Garbutt, Edmund Garbutt, George Garbutt, Jane

6 6

4
2
...

Young

Graham, James Graham, James Graham, Joseph Graham, Joseph, Sen.... Graham, Joseph, Jun... Graham, Joseph, Teacher Graham, Joseph Graham, Martin Graham, Matthew Graham, Thomas Graham, Wm.
Hawkii.s, Wm., Blacksmith .. Hetherington, John

5 5 2 2
1

4
2

14 13 13
12 12 14 14 13
2

McBride, James McBride, Margaret McBride, Thomas E. Mcl'raw, David McKay, William

3 3 4
2

...

7
5

5
6
1
1

1

McMuUen, John
Neelands, John Neelands, John, Jun. ... Noble, Thomas, Drover O'Reily, John Orthe, Abraham Osborne, John Patterson, Joseph Peddle, Absolom
Pollard,
Potter,

14
15 15
1.5

1

2 2 2
1

1

4
2

13 14
1

6 5 6 3

6
1

6

10
9 12 9 2 3
1

4
5 6 2

3 2

James

15
2

Thomas

Hodge, Samuel.. Hornby, Wm.... Hunt,

..2
4
3 5

Price, Alexander Price, Price,
Price,

8
1

Edward J
James John

4
2

Wm

Price, Jackson

Hutchinson, John
Irwin, Charles Irwin, George

4
4
6 5 2

Jackson, Henry Johnston, Francis Johnston. George... Johnston, Hugh Johnston, James Johnston, James E Johnston, William Johnston, William Johnston, William

8 12 12 9

4

Price, John,

Jun

4 3

Price, Price,

13
5

John H Samuel Price, Samuel H
Price, William

4
2

3 2 2 2
2

4
3
2

12 7
5

Kee, Joseph Kenedy, William King, Henry

3 3 5 5
6

8 7 12 14 8
1

Reid, Arthur Reid, Thomas Reid, William, Sen Reid, William, Jun Roberts, James

4 4 3 2
3
...

2 3 12

12 12
12 4
7

3 5
6
2
1

3
,5

Lammy, John
Leuty, Henry

G

4
2

9 4

X.ewis, William

14

Rowlands, David Rutledge. George Eutledge, John A Rutledge, William Sanderson, .7 ohn Sanderson, \Villiam

13

1

13 13
2

5
...
-t

4

123
Cou. Lot.
I

Con. Lot.

Scollain,

John Sharp, James

2
1

12
1

Tilt, Eli

Sheffield,

Shaw Robert Dawson
Black-

5

3
5 4 5 3 3 3 5 3

15 6 15 4 14 9
9 5

Tomlinson, Thomas Trueman. William

...

Simpson, John, smith Shelly, William
Soaper,

Wedgwood, John Wedgwood,

Wm

6 5 6 2
2

2 11
1

11 10

John
Joseph

Strano;field,

Strangfield,
Steele,

Thomas

...

Stead, James,

Shoemaker

George Stewart, Benjamin

15 14

Whitelock, Christopher Whitelock, Francis Whitty, Michael Wilson, George W^ilson, George, Jun Wilson, William Winter, Fennel

3
3

4 4
5 12

5 2
2
3

12
7

5
1

15
3

Wright, Wesley

TORONTO TOWNSHIP.-New
West
Allison,

Survey.

of Hurontario Street.

Thomas

Anderson, George Anderson, James Anderson, Thomas
Arnott, James , Arnott, Thomas Ballenger, John Ballenger. Thomas Ballard, John Barber, Robert., Esq... Barber, William, Esq.,

6 3 3 3 5 5 4 5 6

1

2
2

2

Brown, Joseph Brown, Samuel Brown, Thomas Brownridge, Joseph
Burton, Charles Burton, Joseph Burton, Samuel
Canielon, James Cantelon, John Cantelon, Samuel
Cardinell, Freeman,

2 3

6
6 6

3
6

13
11

14 14
9

4
4

4
6 6 6

9

13 13 7
7 7
1

15
1

4
4 4
5

Saw4 3
4 5
3
1

M.P.P
Barclay, Matthew Beatty, George Beatty, John. Beatty, John, Manufacturer

1

yer

2

5

15 15
2

John Caslor, Solomon Carter, Henry Carruthers, James
Caslor,

5
5

4
2

4
5

Beatty, Matthew Beatty, Robert, Merchant Beatty, Thomas, Miller
Bell,

15
2 2

Charlton, John... Chester, Joseph

2
1

Cheyne, Andrew

2 5 13
1

4 4
6

Coates,
Cole,

George, Spinner

4
6 6
6 6

John

Samuel Birdsall, Anthony
Birdsall, Francis

13
11 11 10 11
1

Birdsall,

Birdsall,

Wm., Esq.... Wm., Jun
Sailor..,
,

Bond, James,

Bonham, John Bonham, John,
Bradley, Elisha Brown, Charles

Jun....

4 4 4 4 4 5 3

Cook, Adam Cook, John Cook, Peter
(

unningham, Mrs. Anne

6
2

Dale,
Dale,

James John

7 8 8 6 9 15

2

10 13
1
1

4
4

Davidson, Andrew Davidson. Thomas Devine, Michael Devine,

Wm

3 3 5 6

15 13 13
1

9

11

124
Con. Lot.
I

Coii.

Lot

Douglas, Douglas, Douglas, Douglas, Douglas, Douglas,

Donald James

James James Joha John

5 5 6 6 4 4
1 1

5
5

4

4
2

Johnson, James Johnson, Robert Johnson, Millar Justin, Martin
Justin,
Kelly,

4

1
1

4
1

6

Wm
Patrick,

6 6

13 12
9 1

15
5

Duncan, George Duncan,

Wm

5
7 7

John John Kennay, Henry
Kellington,

2

4
4
Car-

9
1

Eakins, Edgar Eakins, John, Clerk Eakins,

5

Town
5 5

Landers, penter
Leslie,
Leslie,

4
5 5 5 2

George

Wm

7
1

Edwards, John, Spinner Edwards, Richard, LaElliott,

4 4
2 4 4 4

Leslie,

James John

12 12 12
11
1

Love, George
1

Wm Farewell, John Farewell, Wm
Farewell, Wm., Jun Franklin, Bennett, Esq.
Folwell,

bourer

13

8
1

4
4 4 2
1

Joseph,

Book6 6 5 7 7
1

keeper
Folwell, Philip Forster,

Mara, Mrs Mason, David, Innkeeper Mason, John Mason, Louis, Innkeeper Matthews, Joseph Maxwell, Robert May, Wm., Bookkeeper Menzies, Wm., Spinner Miller, Jacob
Miller, Miller,

4
5 6 5 3 6

10
3

10
9

4 4
6 6 6 4 4 5 5 5
2

15 61
1

3
3

John

...

John
William

....

Gardner, William Gardhouse, William ... Geeson, William, Clerk.. Glendenning, William... Golding, Robert Gooden, Joseph, Weaver Gordon, Lester Hainan, Hugh Hainan, Hugh Hainan, Robert Hainan, William Halliday, John, Innkeeper Hamilton, Hanna, Alexander .... Harding, Richd., Tailor Hetherington, Henry ..

3
1

4 4
6 2

Milne, Robert, Butcher
Mitchell,

2

13
1

4
4 5 5
5

1

Lawrence Montgomery, Douglas... Montgomery, James ... Montgomery, Johnson.. McCaster, Robert
McClellan, Oliver McClellan, Samuel McClintock,

1
1

1
1

5
6

13 13 13 13 10 9
1

3
1

Wm

Wm

4
4

4
4 5
5 5 1
1

1

1

McClure, McClure, McClure, McClure, McClure, McClure, McClure,

James James John John
Joseph
Patrick

5 4 6 6
6

6 6 2 7 12

5
6

14 14 14 14

Thomas
...

U
11
1

Hillis, Hillis,

James
Joseph

Wm Jardine, John Jardiue, Wm Jardine, Wm
Hillis,

12 15 15
3 3 3
1

McCluster, Bernard McCouville, James

5 4

4
3 3 3 3 4

1

1
....

Johnson, Alexander

4

McCracken, Jacob McCracken, Jacob McCracken, James McCracken, McCutcheon, Joseph

Wm

9 9 9 9
1

...

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Carpenter. small village on Hurontario Street in the Township of ChinPopulation about 50. A 2 miles fi'om Brampton. Lennow. Culham... partly Distant from Brampton in Albion. Rev. . Innkeeper. Woods. George. Postmaster. Thompson. John. Farmer. George. John. Wm. Labourer. Carpenter. Pashak. Tailor. Innkeeper. on the " Sixth Line partly in Chinguacousy. Labourer.. Crawford. Robert. Merchant. Butcher. Robert. McCollum. Labourer. Smith. Farmer. James. Pedler. George. Lindsay. Hall. Henry. Grant. Samuel. Labourer. Evans. Thomas. M. Zachariah. Smith. James. Isaac. Matthew. Shoemaker. Garvy. Bullock. Wm. Rutherford. David. Thomas. Ausburn. Lindsay. 8 milas from Brampton. Samuel. David. Nicholas. Labourer. Thompson. Brownlow. Blacksmith. Farmer.. Dodds. John. Merchant. Wills. Samuel.P. Joseph. John. McTavish. Wm.. Parker. Cabinetmaker. Carpenter. Waggonmaker. Shields. Butcher. Lindsay. Innkeeper. Gordon.. Johnston. Matthew Robinson. Woods. George. John.. Peter. Hamilton. Jun.126 TULLAMORE. Peter. Gentleman. Nicholas. Joseph. Elliott. Wm. Henry. Blacksmith. Jordan. Margaret. Carberry. Blacksmith. Westervelt. George. Sargent. Church of Thomas. Labourer. Banting. Labourer. John. Charles. Merchant. Jacob. Philip. Campbell. Edward. Campbell. Simpson. John L. Falconer. M. VICTORIA. Dodds. Bradley. England. Shore. Robinson. Population about 200. Guuimersell. Hewson. Labourer. Hewson. Shoemaker. John C. Farmer. Wilson. Wm. Teacher. Wm. Sewell. A Arnold. Carpenter. Robert. Thomas. Sewell. Martin. Buifee. Millowner. Farmer. Robert. Mark. Archibald. J. Labourer. Chamberlain. John. Miles. Madigan. Thomas. Labourer. small village on Hurontario Street. Dynes. Mason. Tailor. Lawn. Labourer. Hogg. John. and partly in Gore of Toronto. Constable. Farmer. Wm. Patrick. Population about 100. Blacksmith. Waggonmaker. Ebenezer. Wesley. Wm. Osborne. Madison. White. William. E. village A Anthony. Parker. Wm. iirickmaker. Rev. George. Andrew. Buchanan. Thompson. Farmer. Anderson. Robert. Campbell.. WESTERVELTS' CORNERS. 9 miles. Richard. Woods. Nichol. guacousy. Wm. John. P. Robert.

Caledon East Oampbeir. McKee.. AlcColiun. Patrick 3Iurphy. riumbor iiunsdon Huttoavillfc John Linton.s-..King. Hutton. Hugyari.. Coventry Credit Toronto ^^'e-c John Peaker.Caledou Beifountai:i Caledou Chinguacousy Toronto Toronto. J. — Gore Chinguacousy Caledon Richard Chur C..biou Bolton George Evaas. POSr OrFICES IN TE3 COUNTY.. Emer^^n Taylc:.sville Gore Toronto Albion ^. . . Kennedy. MecK. Joh:j. J. . Allan...Caledon M. ^IcColh^m. Malton •'•laySeM Toronto Chinguacousy Toronto Albion Wm C... E.... Caledon . Henry Fry. T. P. Wm J. Burnhamthprjje Caldwell . :: Chelteohaju Churchville CImuuL^ Chinguacousy . B. .. Derry Dixie Torout* Toronto T. J. GooderLaru. Spiers. Elliott Joseph Muir.. John Truemu:. Caledon Caledon George Bell.s Cro. St. T.j. AIIpt^. A'......^. Chinguacousy . Pointer.- P. Macville Albion Seth Wilson. iCdraontoii Chinguacousy Toronto Toronto Toronto • Ewen Cameron. Xoah Herriut. M. Mo^o Mills John lA . Silvertliorii Xr^ A. 3Irs Ooleraiue Cook... Alloa Chinguacousy I Alton Sramptoii Britannia . Villajre of POST NA3T2:^. Meadcv?7ale H. Castiemore Cataract ...Toronto H. George Savase. GrahamsviriL* Gribbin - Gore Gore Albion DanielBoyle. Matthew M. . Peter Lanphip- I^Moabank I'r6gmore ..James Munsie E. T0WN3HXP. Chinguacousy Chiagua-eousy Kiiman^igh Ljockton Albion u Adam ParkinsoD. POST 0F?ICL:.

sion." Mount Charles Mount Hurst 3Iount Wolfe Palgrav^^. Stanley's Mills Streetsville Chinguacousy Toronto Robert Graydon. Brampton. the Township of ChinguGore. Judge of County and Surrogate Courts. Scott. Turnkey Henry Duggan. . JUDICIAL OFFICERS. P. Morton. Clerk of County Court and Registrar of Surrogate Court. Crawford. M. Evans C. W. DIVISION COURTS. Chinguacousy Toronto Albion Albion .sq. C. Burrell. Agar. and the Northern Division of the Township of Toronto Clerk— T. W. . . A. J. Deputy. . — — — A. R. Jr Robert Cotton. John Wolfe. — Michael Crawford. Green. Summerville Toronto Albion Grore Wm O'Brien. Esq. Chairman of General Sesand Deputy Registrar in Chancery. Esq. Robinson Tormore T ullamore Woodhill G ore Thomas Ward. acousy. Robert McLeod. Burgess. Jolm Judge. D. Sleswick Sligo Richard J. Deputy Clerk of the Crown. Bailiff—William Broddy. Governor of Gaol Matron Mrs. Austin. 1 — The Town of Brampton. County Crown Attorney and Clerk of the Peace. — — Geo. — Sheriff. John Wallace. blaster E. Esq..— Robert Broddy. A. Kirkwood Albion Port Credit Toronto Toronto Caledon Sichview Rockside Salmonville Sandhill Chinguacousy Chinguacousy Caledon Caledon Simon Plewes. J. High Constable—John Hurst. 128 riuao 11 4 ad Station . Hughes. Alexander F.J. Division No. 0.

Clerk— William Lindsay. . WARDEN Robert Cotton. Esq. -John W. S. . Caledon P. 0. 0.2. — The Village of Bolton and the Township of Al- Clerk. Williamson. West Ward Wm.\nthoriy and Thi>Milnei*.ert. Leslie. James DonagUy BOLTON.3ylor. d W. Division No. Auditors —William Duggan and Thomas Messensrer — Jaine= Hurst. Bolton. Warden Treasurer Little. H. North Ward--R. tlio Township of To- ronto and the Southern J)ivisiou of the Township of Toronto Gore. BRAMPTON. Strectsvillc P. T. CoIj. South Ward James Go) ding. —?Tames Stork. Esq. Walter -fohn G'ardhonse and . Mayor Reeve — Kenneth Ghisholm Deputy-Reeve — D. Esq. . —Kobert Cotton.John Harris. Mc(. Ward Win. Milner. —John Hagi. Clerk —Adam Simpson. —George Graham. Bailiff—William Stubbs. John . L'^wis. Switzer. Bolton. R.— Division No. — The Township of Caledon. 0. Pauui't Coimeillors Ea. Albion P. liii-' (f'ti^o Robb. 4. — MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. bion. ALBION Reeve Thomas Swinartou. Bailifi' —George Hawkins. Reeve Councillors —L. Clerk—.st — — — — .\. MEMEEES OF MUNICIPAL COUNCILS ?C?« of Toronto Town*-hip. 1S74. Division No. R. Councillors — — —Joseph Milburn. 129 — The Villapre of Streetsville. aiid Join Robertson. Patrick Piirocll and S. Deputy-Reeve Richard Shore."ulla. . 3. Bajliff John C. James Smith. Bevnon ai^d A!«'.— L.

. CHINGUACOUSY.Ciir. — Melville Parker aud George Savage. Elcoat.. Councillors — John Oraydon.-^'rf. « \ " iTini*. Cotton. — Wm. TORONTO. Brown. Hutton and E. Hagyarcl. . Harris and Oeorge Howard. Councillors — Joshua Modelaud and John Reeve Leslie. Cole» Councillors STREET8VILLE. Philip EaL'aK aixl T. Deputy-Reeves— J.g Hock. Mt-Kiunoa. — Thomas -Bowles. Reeve —James Gooderham. Reeve—Robert Deputy-Reeves Councillors John Rutledee^ Wni. James Brown 8tubbs!. Reeve —William Porter. T.. Eeevc • — Henry Bracken. P. acd !>. GORE OF TORONTO. Barber and Wm.! ikT The Brfrrapters Pi-. — John Taylor. Deputy-Reeve Councillors — Samuel —James McQuarrie. \Vm.I30' C ALE DON.S^'" C'hros&al-ic Prlr.

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