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Nova Scotia Land Papers 1765-1800

Crawford, Edward  —  year: 1791

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Names listed in the documents: Edward Crawford

Memorialist is a Loyalist from Georgia, who emigrated to this province in the year 1784. In 1785 was granted a warrant of survey for lands but as he, until now, could find no suitable situation, he did not apply to the office for the same. The warrant being left in the Secretary's office, has been by some accident mislaid, and he requests that he be granted another order to the surveyor general to lay out a quantity of land.
"A warrant was ordered to be made out but it has not been done, as the memorialist had not fixed on the land." C. Morris.
Memorial.

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