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2018 is the year that Service Ontario announced its project making available all Ontario early land record ‘History Books’, free online.
Until now, such a search required a visit to a regional Land Registry Office or to the Archives of Ontario.
Family historians are just learning about this important resource and wondering as to the extent of records that will be made available by the completion of the project.
At the very least, the indexes should indicate family groups occupying lots in the earliest time periods, or the presence of instruments describing inheritances.