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HENRY ARCHER


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THE HENRY ARCHERS
OF 54 CHARLOTTE STREET (
1786)

Henry Archer, a disbanded Loyalist soldier, received a grant to Block 27,
Lot A (54 Charlotte Street) on June 2, 1786 (recorded on December 2, 1786).
The lot measured 40 feet along Charlotte Street, with 100 feet of depth on each side.

1784
1785

1786

1787

1788

1790

  • 1790, April - Account of Fees Due to Abraham Cuyler from 1st October 1789 to 24th June 1790, according to his Memorial ( includes a long list of petitioners) ... A List of Petitions read at Council from 1st Octr 1789 to 16th May 1790 during Mr Cuyler’s Suspension and furnish’d by Mr. Thos Crawley  - 16th May 1790  Susana Archer do [filing Petition / read etc [?] In a Council ]  [£] 0 11 - Colonial Correspondence, Cape Breton : CO 217, V. 108, p. 324 – 326b -  http://www.capebretongenweb.com/Colonial/corrndx.html, Transcribed by Janice Fralic-Brown]

1792

  • 1792, February 24 - List of Persons Who are to Pay Their Fees for Grants of Land Assigned to them in Council, 24 February, 1792 - Lieutenant Governor Macarmick presents his Compliments to Mr. Cossit and encloses a List of Persons who are to pay three Guineas each as the Governor's Fees for Grants of Land assigned to them in Council, and it would make the Governor happy if Mr. Cossit and the Church Wardens would have the Goodness to undertake to cause them to work out their respective Sums on completing the Inside of the Church, by burning Lime, plastering and Erecting a Communion Table, a Pulpit, and Desk and a Government Seat, etc, etc….  Archer -- -- do [Mason] ...[Colonial Correspondence, Cape Breton, CO 217, Vol.108, pp. 272-273 - http://www.capebretongenweb.com/Colonial/corrndx.html , Transcribed by Janice Fralic-Brown]

  • 1792, February 10 - Susannah Archer - Lott No. 21. Situate lying and being on the North Side of Prince William Henry Sound [Sydney Harbour: NorthWest Arm]
     

  • 1792, February 14 - Susannah Archer - Marriage [Source unavailable]

1793 


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