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Lot 26
Lot 26
Plan of Lot 26, partly finished by T. McKinlay. Residents shown for southern part of lot. , The map shows parcels of land with the names of owners or occupants and their corresponding numbers of acres handwritten in black ink. Compass rose with North and magnetic north arrows showing variation for 1764. Roads are shown in orange. Bodies of water, which include Salutation Cove and the Bedeque or Dunk River, are coloured or outlined in blue. Marsh areas along coast are coloured green with markings. Eastern part of lot not completed., Back of map: Lot 26 partly finished by T. McKinlay
Lot 27
Lot 27
Plan of Lot 27 (No.73) embracing freeholds and the Pope and Cunard Estates. Compiled from Meacham's Atlas and the original leases. , The map shows parcels of land with the names of owners or occupants and their corresponding numbers of acres handwritten in black ink. Other numerical figures appear on the parcels in black or red ink. The Pope and Cunard estates are outlined in yellow and red, respectively. Land labelled as Stewart estate, south of the Cunard estate, is partly outlined in green. Roads are shown in orange. Bodies of water, which include the Northumberland Strait, are outlined in blue. Marsh areas are coloured green with markings. Compass rose with North and magnetic north arrows showing variation for 1764., Back of map: [Lot] 27 No. 73 Freehold, Pope & Cunard
Lot 28
Lot 28
Sketch of the eastern division of Lot 28 (No.33). DeBlois Estate. , The map shows land parcels, some coloured blue, with the names of owners or occupants handwritten in black ink. On a few parcels, the number of acres is shown. Many parcels do not have names attached to them. Roads are shown. Coastal areas, which include Augustine Cove, Provost Point and Cape Traverse, and bodies of water are outlined in blue. Marsh areas are shaded., Back of map: No. 33 sketch Eastern Division Lot 28
Lot 28 -- No. 2
Lot 28 -- No. 2
Plan of part of Lot 28 (No.2). The map shows 200 acres of land along the Northumberland Strait between Crapuad Creek and the Tryon River in Lot 28. Areas that appear to be marshes are indicated with short lines. , The map shows 200 acres of land along the Northumberland Strait between Crapuad Creek and the Tryon River in Lot 28. Areas that appear to be marshes are indicated with short lines., The back of the map has been scanned because it contains land conveyance information marked in pencil, some of which is difficult to read.
Lot 29
Lot 29
Plan of Lot 29 (No.80). Fane and Melville Estates. , Hand written names and acreage amounts in black and red ink. Other numerical figures written in red ink on each sub-lot. Roads drawn in yellow. Water features, which include the Dundas River (now Desable River), outlined in blue. Map shows Lot 29 divided into two estates, Fane and Melville. The western estate is outlined with beige/brown; the eastern estate is outlined with green. Compass rose with north and magnetic north arrows, variation shown for 1764., Lot 29 No. 80 Fane & Melville Estate
Lot 30
Lot 30
Plan of Lot 30 (No.82). Stewart Estate. Shows names of residents. , The map shows land parcels with the names of owners or occupants and their corresponding numbers of acres handwritten in ink or sometimes pencil. Deed and registry numbers appear on the parcels, usually in red ink. Bodies of water, which include Northumberland Strait, Howell's Brook and the Elliot or West River, are outlined in blue. Roads are shown in yellow/orange. Compass rose with north and magnetic north arrows showing variation for 1764., Back of map: Lot 30 No. 82 Stewart Estate
Lot 30
Lot 30
Plan of Lot 30 (No.1) showing Refugee Shares drawn for in Council, 18 September, 1784., The map shows Lot 30 drawn in ink and divided into numbered sub-lots ranging from 100 acres to 5000 acres. The smaller sub-lots have names handwritten in ink. On the eastern side of the lot where the smaller sub-lots appear, parts of brooks, creeks and springs are shown. Blaze lines are drawn with dashed lines. Map also includes some of Lot 65 to the east. Bodies of water include Elliot River (West River), Northumberland Strait and Allen Cove (what appears to Canoe Cove). North arrow in upper right quadrant., Back of map: Lot 30 No.1 Plan of the Refugee share drawn for in council 18 September 1784, Hugh Frazier, Archibald Sellers, [John Brownyoung], James Frazier, Michael Jeffries, Samuel Jameson, John Kingston, Alexander Boyse, [Benjamin Fenar], Seagar Potter
Lot 30
Lot 30
The map shows Lot 30 divided into numbered sub-lots. There are nine different series of sub-lot numbers which are colour-coded according to the map legend. The different colours represent Line Road, Skye, Bonshaw, O.T. Road N.S., O.T. Road S.S., Smelt Creek, Strathgartney, Green Road and Glenfinglas. Roads are shown and they have decorative direction pointers where they meet the neat line boundaries of the map. A small group of Strathgartney sub-lots is outlined in pink and filled in with pink stripes. Water is coloured blue. The maps includes the Northumberland Strait, West River and Rhymney River. Circular cartouche surrounded by legend. North and magnetic north arrows with variation for 1764. Bar scale in chains. , The map shows Lot 30 divided into numbered sub-lots. There are nine different series of sub-lot numbers which are colour-coded according to the map legend. The different colours represent Line Road, Skye, Bonshaw, O.T. Road N.S., O.T. Road S.S., Smelt Creek, Strathgartney, Green Road and Glenfinglas. Roads are shown and they have decorative direction pointers where they meet the neat line boundaries of the map. A small group of Strathgartney sub-lots is outlined in pink and filled in with pink stripes. Water is coloured blue. The maps includes the Northumberland Strait, West River and Rhymney River. Circular cartouche surrounded by legend. North and magnetic north arrows with variation for 1764.
Lot 31
Lot 31
Plan of the southern part of Lot 31, showing residents. In use 1819. From H.J. Cundall., The map shows land parcels with the names of owners or occupants and their corresponding numbers of acres handwritten in black ink or in pencil. Other parcels of land are numbered but do not contain names. Bodies of water are outlined in blue. The West River or Elliot River is shown, also Dog River or Nixon River. Handwritten on the lower right corner: This plan is mentioned in the deed to Ewen Cameron of 400 acres, dated 16 Nov. 1819 and registered in Lib. 27 Fol. 147. Other land transactions appear in pencil on the lower left side. Bar scale drawn in chains., Back of map: Old plan of the Southern part of Lot 31 in use 1819 from H. J. Cundall, Widow McAulay, John McAulay, Angus Cameron, Angus McPhail, Colin McPhail, John Doul, Malcolm Livingston, [James Pherkins], [Daniel McPhail], [Donald McPhee], [Dugald McPhee], Duncan McLean, Charles McLean, Hector McNeill, [Duncan Darrack], Donald McLean, James MacLean, Widow MacLean, [George McLean], John Murray, Donald Livingston, Dugald McPhail, [Colin McPhail], Malcolm Livingston, Angus McPhail, Archibald Murray, [Angus McFadyen], Donald McPhail, Peter Barrow, David Brennan, [Johnson Brainste], [William Brainste], William Clark, Widow MacEachern, Malcolm McEachern, Daniel McNeill, Archibald McPhail, Charles McLean, Andrew Todd, John MacDonald, [John Crabtree], Ebenezer Nicholson, Robert McConnell, Daniel Brennan
Lot 32
Lot 32
Plan of Lot 32 showing some residents., This map, drawn primarily in ink but also with pencil, shows parcels of land with names of owners or occupants and their corresponding numbers of acres handwritten in ink. A few parcels of land are outlined in lighter ink. Roads are shown. Several mills/dams are drawn but not labelled. The map shows parts of the Elliot River or West River and the North River, but Ellen's Creek is the only body of water that is labelled., James Wilson, William Crosby, William Hyde, William Wilson, John Hyde, John McDonald, John Simson, [William Dockindoff], Thomas Walsh, Donald McDonald, Mathew Hallan, Duncan Robertson, [William Canuk], William Howard, [Thomas Simons], John Hiscock, Dougal Campbell, [John Moreshend], William Cummins, [Donald McKinley], Patrick Dunn, [Niel McKinnon], [Nicholas Moreshend], Moses Keough, John Scott, [William Perremore], [Robert Boyle], John Boyle, S. Howard, James Noble, Donald Collins, [Martin Dunn], [Moses Keoho], William Bradley, Donald McKinnon, Hugh McKinnon, [Alphonse McKinnon], Donald Campbell, John McGill, Widow McKinnon, Charles Hearty, John Stewart, [Niel McNiel], William Wickers, John McNiel, Niel McLeain, John McLeain, Alexander McLeain, Mrs. Hutton, David Moore, John Moore, D. Hooper, [Touquil McNiel], Niel Campbell, [Richard Crabb], [Thomas Crabb], [Thomas Dollan], Joseph Wise, C. Housley, J. McNeil, Robert Hooper, [William Younker], George Hooper, [Henry Hooper], [David Younker], Nicholas Bashwell, John Saunders, [George Moreshead], John Coles, George Coles
Lot 33
Lot 33
Plan of Lot 33. Winsloe Estate. , The map shows land parcels with the names of occupants and their corresponding numbers of acres handwritten in ink or sometimes pencil. Some buildings(?) are shown as brown squares. Springs are shown. Roads are shown in light orange. Bodies of water are outlined in green. They include the Gulf of St. Lawrence, York (now Covehead) Bay and part of Harris (now Rustico) Bay. Sand areas are shown with stippling. Decorative cartouche; north and magnetic north arrows., Back of map: Old Plan of Lot 32
Lot 34
Lot 34
Plan of Lot 34 (No. 90). Montgomery Estate. Working plan. The map shows Lot 34 divided into parcels of land with the names of residents and their acreage amounts handwritten in black ink. Land conveyance references appear on the parcels in black ink and red ink. Some parcels of land are outlined in light brown. The maps shows roads coloured light orange-brown. Bodies of water, which include Covehead (or Harrington) Bay, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Winter River and the Hillsborough River, are often coloured or outlined in blue. Noted on the map: Jas. Montgomery to James Montgomery Jr. 5815 1/2 acres, 27 October 1864 Regd. Lib. 83 fol. 301. Also: Rev.d. J. F. Mongomery & wife to Charles Palmer, 6100 acres 17 May, 1866 Regd. Lib. 85, fol. 700. Map features compass rose. , The map shows Lot 34 divided into parcels of land with the names of residents and their acreage amounts handwritten in black ink. Land conveyance references appear on the parcels in black ink and red ink. The maps also shows roads, which are coloured light orange-brown. Bodies of water, which include Covehead (or Harrington) Bay, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Winter River and the Hillsborough River, are often coloured or outlined in blue. Some parcels of land are outlined in light brown. Compass rose with north arrow., Back of map: [Lot] 34 No. 90 Montgomery Estate. [Other end] Working plan

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