1 edition of Crown land grant index = found in the catalog.
Crown land grant index =
by Natural Resources and Energy = Ressources naturelles et énergie in [Fredericton, N.B.]
Written in English
|Other titles||Liste des concesssions des terres de la couronne., Province of New Brunswick crown land grant index.|
|Contributions||New Brunswick. Dept. of Natural Resources and Energy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 945,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||945|
Crown land (sometimes spelled crownland), also known as royal domain or demesne, is a territorial area belonging to the monarch, who personifies the is the equivalent of an entailed estate and passes with the monarchy, being inseparable from it. Today, in Commonwealth realms such as Canada and Australia, crown land is considered public land and is apart from the monarch's private estate. Call Number: MICROFILM S Mahele award books Main Author: Hawaii. Land Commission. Title: Mau palapala hooko. Title: Award books Publisher: Notes: "Principles of the Land Commission", v.1, p (English and Hawaiian).
Scope and Content Note This collection consists of a microfilm copy of records from the registrar general's office in Nassau, Bahamas. They contain information on wills (), dowers (), deeds, (), indentures (), and grants for individuals living in the Bahamas. The Crown Land Grant Index was compiled by the staff of the Crown Lands Branch of the Department of Natural Resources and Energy. It was published in microfiche format in Contents: The Crown Land Grant Index is arranged in tabular form beginning with the names of the original grantees listed in alphabetical order.
High quality images of North Carolina Land Grant documents along with searchable data for genealogy and historical research. Martin County - Index, Deeds, and Land Grants from (Index books mention date range beginning with , but county wasn't formed until ) Onslow County - Index, Deeds and Land Grants from ; Pitt County - Old Index Books and Deeds dating back to
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DNR › Crown Land › Crown Land Information Management Centre. Lands and Forestry. Navigation. Navigation Department of Lands and Forestry Home Alton Gas Project Crown Land. About the Land Services Branch. Scroll around the map and click on the index sheet you would like to. In the Virginia Land Company was dissolved, and the crown then distributed land through the office of the secretary of the colony.
Land grants from this office were given in two ways—to those who brought persons to Virginia (headright grants) or to. About the Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants/Northern Neck Grant and Surveys This database consists of entries that index two major collections of land records housed in the Library of Virginia plus a small collection of field notes and plats of tracts surveyed by Guy Broadwater.
There is a full national set of Crown grants at Archives Wellington. Few of the Crown grant originals can be copied, so you will likely need to view these in person. You will need to know the land district, and the Crown grant number (eg CG ) or book number.
Those references can be found if you know. This series was created to register freehold land titles, granted after 2 Octoberinto the Torrens System of land registration.
Freehold land is land that has been alienated from the Crown, sold by the government and granted to an individual or other Registrar of Titles under the provisions of the Section 5 (1) of the Transfer of Land Act is responsible for registration. Once the conditions were satisfied, the Government issued a Letter Patent, representing the final confirmation of a land two volume publication showing the successful land grants, List of Lands Granted by the Crown in the Province of Quebec from to 31st December, is available in the reference section of the Quebec Family History Society.
Others may state they desire the land that borders a relative. If the petition was approved, an Order or Warrant of Survey was issued to the deputy-surveyor who established the boundaries of the grant to be issued. If you check the Crown Land Grant Index and find that your ancestor received a land grant.
The land grant images and associated data on this website were provided courtesy of the State Archives of North Carolina, Raleigh NC and are in the public domain. If you use this information elsewhere, please credit the State Archives of North Carolina as the source, along with the corresponding call number.
Hint: If you are unsure which county your ancestor lived, check the Crown Land Grant Index (RS), published census books, 'Vital Statistics from New Brunswick Newspapers' (MC), probate records indices (RS RS75) land petitions indices (RS, RS).
The index, by the name of the grantee, gives the year of the grant, the acreage of the grant and a reference to the page of the land grant book. The books have been labelled in three systems during the time period from to the present and the time periods for each system overlap to some extent.
received a grant of Crown land, from onwards, grants were recorded in this index rather than in the Grant Index.
The index also lists land resumptions and documents that record a name change to the registered owner on a land title. The Torrens Purchasers Index was in book form from 1. The Crown grant no. is usually listed in the following format: grant no./vol.
(i.e. / means grant no. vol. The first volume of the General Index includes grantees from to ; the second volume covers From on, when the first indexing system was discontinued, each index volume corresponds to a calendar. Being granted the right to settle on Crown land did not automatically result in private ownership of the property.
To see if a settler eventually acquired ownership of the land, check the Index to Land Patents in: • Series RG arranged by surname,or.
Nova Scotia Commissioner of Crown Lands fonds. Petitions. Formerly classified as RG 20 Series U. Ungranted petitions for Crown Land, correspondence regarding land, survey maps and supporting documentation,but predominantly ; index and records are available on microfilm at the Nova Scotia Archives.
What is the Old System Grant Index. All land in the colony of New South Wales (NSW) was You can use the Grant Index to find a Crown grant reference number.
This number is the one you need in order to locate a grant in the Grant Register. The Grant Index is a chronological record, in the index (serial number/book) in the Supplementary. Get this from a library.
Province of New Brunswick crown land grant index. [New Brunswick. Department of Natural Resources and Energy.;]. Crown Land Grants Book C ; Copies of these land grants can be obtained at: Baddeck Court House Chebucto Street P.O.
Box Grant Book Page Number Grantee Name(s) Location or Area Grant Number Petition Number; Book C 22 Archibald, Blowers Ingonish ; Book C Archibald, Thomas D. Ingonish The Computerized Land Record Index (aka Ontario Land Record Index) summarizes land grants of Crown Land, sales of land from Canada Company sales or leases and from Peter Robinson settlers' grants.
If your ancestor settled anywhere in Ontario and he was the first time owner of Crown Land, he should be on these lists. NL GenWeb Crown Land Grant Index Burin Peninsula Region - Grand Bank District Grand Bank Town and Vicinity The information was transcribed by CHERYL McGREGOR ~ November While I have tried to be careful, there may be errors - my errors, interpretive.
The book was first written in for the "Centennial of the Settlement of Upper Canada", names collected from various Land Boards and Muster Rolls. The book has been revised and reprinted several times since its first print, with no doubt ommissions of names and information to save space and time.
Crown land is land that is owned and managed by the NSW Government. It accounts for approximately half of all land in New South Wales and carries special provisions. evidenced by a document known as a Crown grant. Governor Macquarie also instituted leasing of land between and Crown lands are managed and allocated as a public trust and an important part of this principle is ensuring equity and fairness in the allocation process.
Public Land Inquiries The Public Land Inquiry Map simplifies the process of determining if a person can apply for Crown lands or if there are any limitations to the types of Crown lands.A later edition of the Crown Land Grant Index was published in microfiche format in It is arranged in one alphabetical sequence of names, and in addition to the information included in the Index, it contains the name of the parish in which the grant is located, and a description of the location of the grant.