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1828 Naturalizations


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The Naturalization records were set up to record new immigrants living in Upper Canada after the war of 1812 in fear of another war with the United States. In 1828 an act was passed. The men of the family registered after having lived here at least 7 years. People who turned 16 after the 7 years expired were to register within 3 years of their 16th birthday. People from Great Britain were not required to take the oath.

Source for this information is Upper Canada and Canada West Naturalization 1828-1850
Series B47 Reels C-15692 and C-15693
available from the National Archives of Canada.

  • Babcock, William, township of Portland, Husbandman, Signed his name July 25, 1828
  • Cook, Azel, town of Kingston, Joiner, Signed his name July 14, 1828
  • Donovan, John, town of Kingston, Joiner, Signed his name July 1828
  • Dors, Jesse, township of Loughborough, Husbandman, X mark July 24, 1828
  • Fisher, John, town of Kingston, Joiner, Signed his name July 14, 1828
  • Knapp, John, town of Kingston, Labourer, Signed his name July 1828
  • Morey, Joseph, township of Kingston, Husbandman, X Mark July 24, 1828
  • Sale, William, township of Loughborough, Husbandman, Signed his name July 25, 1828
  • Shaw, James, township of Loughborough, Husbandman, X Mark July 24, 828
  • Venton, John I, township of (illegible), Husbandman, Signed his name July 1828
  • Ward, Asa Brown, township of Portland, Husbandman, Signed his name July 25, 1828

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