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dc.contributor.authorCameron, Chantal
dc.descriptionCatherine (Lemon) Everingham was the widow of James Everingham, a private with the first Battalion of Colo Delancys Regt. of the Jersey Volunteers. He died in the American Revolutionary War in 1796, leaving his wife and two children settled on two hundred acres of land in the Township of Willoughby. No certificate had been awarded to James Everingham for this land. Catherine subsequently petitioned the government to grant her the land that she had settled on with her family.en_US
dc.description.abstractA photocopy of a land grant to Catherine Everingham from the Province of Upper Canada for 200 acres of land in the Township of Willoughby, County of Lincoln, District of Niagara. The grant is dated May 17, 1802. It was entered by the Auditor on July 31, 1802, and is signed by Peter Russell and William Jarvis.en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries;RG 539
dc.subjectEveringham, Catherineen_US
dc.subjectWilloughby (Ont. : Township) -- History -- Sources.en_US
dc.titleCatherine Everingham land grant, 1802 [photocopy]en_US

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