Place Published: Québec
Publisher: Province of Canada
Date Published: 1863
Edition: 1st Edition
19-3/4 x 14-1/2 inches, was folded now flat, typed and handwritten manuscript and transfer document with docketing information handwritten on verso. Faded seal, agetoned, some spotting, and creases, otherwise very good condition. Some content and detail...
William O. Fessenden of the Township of Bolton in the County of Brome …One hundred and fifty dollars…One hundred acres…The West half of Lot number Three in the First Range of the Township of Bolton aforesaid…March 14, 1863
signed by J.O. Bureour?? Secretary, Russell & Monck
William O. Fessenden (d1887 age 73 ?)
Sarah Tibbits wife of William O. Fessenden died 1876 age 64 (from Raymond James O'Brien Fulford, Québec Thesis. In 1868
Charles Stanley Monck was the last Governor General of the Province of Canada and the first Governor General of Canada after Canadian Confederation. Prior to Confederation he was concurrently Lieutenant Governor of both Canada West and Canada East. Lord Monck served as the Governor of the province of Canada and the Governor General of British North America from 1861 to 1867. Lord Monck worked hard to build Confederation. His efforts to unite and stabilize the young country were recognized with his appointment to the position of Canada's first Governor General in 1867.
Andrew Russell, Assistant Commissioners of Crown Lands for the Province of Canada 18 July 1857, to 30 June 1867