Charlottenburgh Township

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Charlottenburgh Twp. in historical GLENGARRY Co.

[Patrick] McNiff was instructed in 1784 to proceed with the survey of the St. Lawrence Township in the Lunenburg District. As in the case of Lancaster, the survey was under way in 1785 and McNiff’s map shows the names of a considerable number of settlers at that time. Location tickets issued by the Government at Quebec in 1784 to veterans of the Royal Highland Emigrants, or 84th Regiment, and of the Royal Regiment of New York were confirmed or revised by the Government of Upper Canada in 1797. The greater portion of the settlers were Macdonnells or Macdonalds. On the Lake front of Charlottenburgh, about six miles east of Cornwall, Captain Macdonell built the first stone house in Upper Canada… the house was burned in 1813.

Jesse E. Middleton, The Province of Ontario: a History: 1615-1927, published 1927

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Early survey maps with names of original patentees¬†–¬†over-written with subsequent owners.

4 available I0050637 | I0050638 | I0050639 | I0043202

See the Archives of Ontario Summary and Index to Early Patent Maps, or Search by Township.

The names on these maps are not transcribed, nor will they be included in our project. However, our databases do include transcriptions of names from early Grant/Patent RECORDS (those issued prior to 1826).

Maps at McGill University’s Digital Atlas Project cover the Post-Confederation period (late for the scope of this project). Names of land-owners are transcribed at McGill’s site.

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Find Concession/Lot Locations from the Agricultural Schedules of the Canadian national Censuses.
1842 (limited), 1851, 1861 and 1871.

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Finding Aid | Search Form – LAC | see table, below

1861 District SubDistrict Film     PGs: vary  
Glengarry Charlottenburgh C-1024 140 141  
Glengarry Charlottenburgh C-1024 153 154  
Glengarry Charlottenburgh C-1024 12 13  
Glengarry Charlottenburgh C-1024 25 26  

 
* The LAC search form is pre-set to search this District, and for Agricultural schedules only. However, these indexes are significantly incomplete. ALL IMAGES ARE AVAILABLE by page number, in the chart, above.

The 1861 Census Districts | Re: Bothwell, Cardwell & Monck

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1871 District SubDistrict Div.* Film Images
74 Glengarry A Charl’burgh Div 1 C-10008 Link to Start
74 Glengarry A Charl’burgh Div 2 C-10008 Link to Start
74 Glengarry A Charl’burgh Div 3 C-10009 Link to Start
74 Glengarry A Charl’burgh Div 4 C-10009 Link to Start

 
* The Enumeration Division must match the corresponding Sched. 1 Personal Census.

Header titles on each census page aren’t always fully descriptive of the Districts and Divisions. Rely on indexed information at Ancestry or FamilySearch.

The 1871 Census Districts | Maps of City Wards

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Search Surname - by part name, or use a star as a wildcard -- do not use single quote i.e. O'Brien - instead use O(star):
Total Records Found: 222, showing 10 per page
SurnameIncidenceTownshipCountyDatesSourceAvailable online?DetailsMisc
[ ]achett 1 Charlottenburgh Glengarry 1862 map yes, see Sources: Maps (above)
[ ]man 1 Charlottenburgh Glengarry 1862 map yes, see Sources: Maps (above)
Adams 1 Charlottenburgh Glengarry 1862 map yes, see Sources: Maps (above)
Allan 1 Charlottenburgh Glengarry 1862 map yes, see Sources: Maps (above)
Bain 2 Charlottenburgh Glengarry 1862 map yes, see Sources: Maps (above)
Baker 2 Charlottenburgh Glengarry 1862 map yes, see Sources: Maps (above)
Barrett 10 Charlottenburgh Glengarry 1862 map yes, see Sources: Maps (above)
Barton 1 Charlottenburgh Glengarry 1862 map yes, see Sources: Maps (above)
Belanger? 1 Charlottenburgh Glengarry 1862 map yes, see Sources: Maps (above)
Bellcredy? 1 Charlottenburgh Glengarry 1862 map yes, see Sources: Maps (above)

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ONGOING INVENTORY:


HeritagePIN’s own updated list of Named Villages and Settlements in Ontario, based on the 1857 Canada Directory (Lovell) and the 1869 Province of Ontario Gazetteer and Directory (McEvoy/Clark), and on descriptions found in 30+ Pre-Confederation Directories.

See also notes about Administrative Districts that crossed established boundaries.

Many more details and maps are found in the pages for each Township (follow links).

heritagePIN PROJECT DATABASES | Project Goals and Progress


HeritagePIN has a number of Name Transcription Projects on the go since 2008. The time period of study is Pre-Confederation (1867). Since Ontario’s civil records program took some years to fully implement, this time period has been extended to include Ontario’s documented inhabitants prior to the mid-1870’s.

Transcribed surnames are searchable at each Township’s page


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MAPS | project

I had been able to photograph several of the (brittle) Pre-Confederation maps at various universities and archives, and by 2016 the University of Toronto has made images available ONLINE for many more!

The names in these databases have been transcribed by me personally, and include names from the inset town maps, and indexes of subscribers, located in the margins of each map.

 
DIRECTORIES & GAZETTEERS | project


Likewise, with historical directories, names have been transcribed by eye, not by OCR (conversion to text). They include those entries for individuals living in towns and cities.

 
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES


Where maps and directories are sparse for a township, or for an early time period, the Databases are supplemented with record-sets * that show names and Concession/Lot locations *. These include early Land Grant/Patents, and Agricultural Census returns.