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Selected Government Records of Black Settlement, 1791-1839



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Diaspora201112199,201112200
Memo from John Chamberlain to Charles Morris, Surveyor General, requesting a lot in Preston for himself and his father, Theophilus Chamberlain.
Date: August 1818
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 91

Diaspora201112201,201112202
List of Black people settled on Block Letter A, Preston (?).
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 92

Diaspora201112203,201112204,201112205,201112206,201112207,201112208,201112209
A list of Black Refugees willing to settle on lands at Preston.
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 93

Diaspora201112210,201112211,201112212,201112213
Copy of the foregoing list of Black Refugees willing to settle on lands at Preston. (RG 1 vol. 419 no. 33).
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 94

Diaspora201112214,201112215
Letter from John Chamberlain to Surveyor General Charles Morris, enclosing his account for surveying Black Refugee lands.
Date: 12 August 1818
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 95

Diaspora201112216,201112217,201112218,201112219
Letter from several owners of land at Preston to Hon. T. N. Jeffery, Collector of Customs, regarding the relinquishment of portions of the lands at Preston to be allotted to the Black Refugees. With endorsement thereon by the Lieutenant Governor, Lord Dalhousie.
Date: 12 October 1818
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 96

Diaspora201112220,201112221,201112222
Descriptions of certain lands at Preston relinquished for the use of Black Refugees, in the handwriting of Surveyor General Charles Morris.
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 97

Diaspora201112223,201112224
A further statement of lots relinquished to Government by individuals for the use of the American Black Refugees settled at Preston. Signed by Theophilus Chamberlain.
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 98

Diaspora201112225,201112226,201112227,201112228
A further description of lots in Preston, relinquished by the proprietors for the use of the Black Refugees. Signed by Surveyor General Charles Morris.
Date: 1818
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 99

Diaspora201112229,201112230
A list of warrants of survey in favour of persons who have relinquished lots at Preston.
Date: 1816
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 100

Diaspora201112231,201112232,201112233,201112234
Letter from Theophilus Chamberlain to Surveyor General Charles Morris regarding land relinquished at Preston for the use of the Black Refugees and lands to be granted in compensation.
Date: 16 November 1817
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 101

Diaspora201112235,201112236,201112237,201112238
Report of His Majesty's Council on lands to be relinquished at Preston.
Date: 11 December 1817
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 102

Diaspora201112239
Plan of certain lands at Lake Porter (without signature or date).
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 103

Diaspora201112240,201112241,201112242,201112243
Relinquishment from Michael Wallace to Government of certain lands in Preston for the use of the Black Refugees. Contains a relinquishment of dower but has no certificate of having been recorded.
Date: 30 April 1818
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 104

Diaspora201112244,201112245,201112246,201112247
Deed from Hon. T.N. Jeffery to Tobie Maxfield and other Black Refugees. Not recorded.
Date: 2 September 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 105
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