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An index of land claim certificates of Upper Canada militiamen who served in the War of 1812-1814

compiled by Wilfred R. Lauber
Books/Monographs
English
Toronto, Ontario : Ontario Genealogical Society, c1995
xvi, 106, xiii p. : facsims.
0777901900

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Names arranged alphabetically.

Includes, as "Appendix A," a transcription of NAC RG9, IB7, vol. 3, pgs. 345-351 entitled: Nominal list of officers, noncommissioned officers, drummers and privates of the incorporated militia of Upper Canada who are entitled to a gratuity of land for their service during the late war, [dated] March 24th, 1815.

Appendix A is separately indexed.

"The Land Claim Certificates are found in Record Group nine (RG9), Series IB4, Volumes 18 to 25, at the National Archives of Canada (NAC) in Ottawa. The information consists of Land Claim Certificates, Certificate B's, Discharge papers from the Incorporated Militia, and other supporting documents.... This collection is contained in eight boxes at the NAC and ... is not yet microfilmed."--Introd.

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