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||Jonathan D GREENLAW |
||Charlotte, NB 
||29 Jun 1796
||All Saints Anglican, St Andrews, Charlotte, NB 
- Census 1891: Christopher, John
||13 Mar 1821
||for Waweig, St Andrews, Charlotte NB 
- Text: RS108 :: Index to Land Petitions: Original Series, 1783-1918
Name GREENLAW, EBINEZER
See petition of JOHNSTON, NICHOLAS
Land petitions, 1783-1857
Authors: New Brunswick. Crown Land Office
1821 Garcelon, William - 1821 Nevers, George
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To His Excellency Major General George Strang Smyth Lieutenant and Commander in Chief of the Province of New Brunswick
The Memorial of Nicholas Johnston, Nicholas Johnston Junior, Jonathan Greenlaw the third, James Greenlaw, Ebinezer Greenlaw, Daniel Sherman, Stephen Ford humbly Sheweth.
That your Memorialist Nicholas Johnson was born in the Orkney Islands, and came to the County of Charlotte soon after the peace of 1783, where he has always resided since, He is fifty four years old, married and twelve children.
Nicholas Johnson Junior, Son of the former, was born in and has always resided in the County of Charlotte, He will be twenty one years old in June next.
Jonathan Greenlaw the third is twenty six years old and unmarried, James Greenlaw Junior is twenty six years old and married - they were born and have always resided in the County of Charlotte.
Ebinezer Greenlaw was born in the British Provinces has always been a British Subject, and removed to the County of Charlotte with the other Loyalists in 1783, where He has constantly resided since - He is fifty five years old and has seven children.
Daniel Sherman was born in Massachusetts and came to the County of Charlotte fifteen years since, where He has constantly resided, was drafted to do his Duty as a Militia Man, and has taken the Oath of Allegiance seven years ago. He is married to a British Subject and is thirty six years old.
Stephen Ford was born in New Hampshire, but came to the County of Charlotte fifteen years since, where He has constantly resided- He took the Oath of Allegiance seven years since, and has always done his Duty in the Militia as a good Subject- He is forty years old and married to a British Subject.
Your Memorialists, learning that there is a probability that the Hard wood reserved Lands in the County of Charlotte will be shortly laid open for application, beg that your Excellency will be pleased to grant to such of your Memorialists as are married, three hundred each, or such further Quantity as to your Excellency may seem meet; and to the unmarried Men two Hundred Acres each, situate on the South Eastern side of the road leading from Saint Andrews to Fredericton near the Mill privilege formerly granted to John Jones at the Head of the Waweig river, and adjoining and lying North Easterly of the Lands in the same reserve Number two, lately applied for by Samuel Connick and others, with such Front on said road as your Excellency may direct.
Your Memorialists take the Liberty to suggest that more Applicants would be accommodated, and the Settlement of this County advanced by laying out a double Tier of Lots, and that they will be very glad to receive one half of the Land they now ask for, to front on the Fredericton road as aboved described, and the other half immediately in the rear thereof- Should the Land now applied for, be already memorialed for, they pray that they may receive their restriction Quotas in the next vacant Situation to the North East on the same side of the road -
Your Memorialists have never received any Land from the Government- They have all the means and it is their Determination forthwith to improve their Land according to the roal Instructions should their application be complied with, and they have not agreed for the sale or Transfer of the same to any person or persons whatsoever.
The Land is all in a Wilderness State unless it may include small fallings lately made by Tresspassers on this reserve -
Your Memorialists humbly beg that your Excellency will take their Petition into favorable Consideration
And as in Duty bound will ever pray -
Saint Andrews 13th March 1821
Nicols Johnson Junr
Jonathan Greenlaw 3d
Personally appears before me Donald McLachlan Esquire one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Charlotte, on the Day and year above written, Nicholas Johnson, Nicholas Johnson Junior, Jonathan Greenlaw the third, James Greenlaw, Ebinezer Greenlaw, Daniel Sherman and Stephen Ford and made Oath to the Truth of the Facts Stated in their annexed Memorial
Don McLachlan JP
The Lands herein described is all included within the Reserve for the use of the Crown
No 2 etc are ot otherwise applied for
1821 March 17
Nicholas Johnson and ither
received 28th April 1821
28th March 1827
The married men 200 acs the single 100 acs each paying 1/- each per acres, except for Sherman and Ford woh may have 200 acs each of naturalized by the ? ? ? pay 1/- per acr each
17 March 1821
We certify that we know all the Parties who have signed the Petition annexed and also know that the statements therein certained are substantially correct, that the Petitioners are men of industrious and sober habits and warmly attached to the British Constitution and Government we therefore have great ????ance in recommending them to His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor and General
Fredericton 17th Marh 1821
Hugh Mackay JP
Joseph N Clarke
||15 Apr 1822
||St Andrews, Charlotte, NB
- Assessment of the Parish of Saint Andrews in the County of Charlotte in pursuance of the General Sessions of the peace for the said County to levy the sums of Three hundred and twenty pounds for Poor rates
ated the 15th day of April 1822
Names of persons ratable: Jon D Greenlaw
oll Tax: - 6 -
mount at which each person is assessed: 250
Real Estate of Non-residents:
ate thereon per cent: 0 3 6
otal Assessment: - 14 9
||22 Apr 1831
||St Andrews (Country), Charlotte, NB
- Assessment of the Parish of Saint Andrews in the County of Charlotte in pursuance of Warrants of the General Sessions of the Peace in said County to levy the sum of one hundred and ninety three pounds fifteen shillings for the purpose of building a new Gaol and also the sum of one hundred pounds for the support of the Poor in said Parish dated the 22nd day of April 1831.
Names: John D Greenlaw
Poll Tax: - 1 3
Real Estate: 200
Amount of Property at 20 per cent: 20
Rate to be Assessed:
Total Assessment: - 5 5
||14 Apr 1834
- Wallace Hale's Early New Brunswick Probate, 1785-1835
Family Name GREENLAW
Given Names Jonathan
Was there a Will? No
Was an inventory completed? Yes
Date of inventory 1834-04-14
Date administration granted 1834-04-02
Parish St. Andrews
Probate is for a woman? No
Abstract references a vessel? No
Abstract Parish of St. Andrews, Charlotte County. (Appears as "Jonathan D. GREENLAW" in the probate records. Intestate. Administration granted 2 April 1834 to the widow Sarah GREENLAW. Fellow bondsmen Thomas GREENLAW and William MALLOCK, yeomen, St. Andrews. James MUIRHEAD, James McCORMIC (as "James McCORMICK" in Record Book C) and Thomas JOHNSON directed to appraise the estate. Inventory, dated 14 April 1834, valued at ?22.
RS number 63
||St Andrews, Charlotte, NB 
||Lot 44, St Andrews, Charlotte, NB
- Volume 19 Page 465 [468/606]
19 September 1871
Elizabeth M D Greenlaw St Andrews spinster
Thomas Beckerton St Andrews grandson of Thomas Johnson
near Johnson's Cove
beginning at the east side of the road leading from St Andrews to St Stephen
on the south line of land owned by John G Greenlaw
thence east on the said line 102 rods
thence south about 28 rods to the north line of Lot 43 owned by Thomas Johnson
thence by his line west to the great road
thence by the road northerly to the place of beginning
part of the southern half of Lot 44 owned by the late Jonathan D Greenlaw
land in rear of the above described land to run 1/3 the width of the land from Wiley's south line to Thomas Johnson's north line
thence in an easterly direction until it strikes the back line of the farms in the rear
that piece of land commencing at the bridge on the St Stephen road crossing a brook
thence running westerly following the course of said brook 50 rods
thence about south until it strikes the cross road
thence east until it comes to the highway comprising 2 acres
all right to beach shore or flats pertaining to any and all of these parcels
Elizabeth M D Greenlaw
Wit: H H H Hatch
||4 February 2018
||22 Apr 2019 |
||Sarah Jane GREENLAW, b. Bayside, St Andrews, Charlotte, NB , d. Bef 1860 CENSUS |
||Robbinston, Washington, ME
- Vital Records Eastport Sentinel
Volume 6 # 42
5 June 1824
Marriages: In Robbinston, no date, by J Brewer, Jonathan D Greenlaw, of St Andrews, NB, to Sarah Greenlaw, of Plantation No 3 [Charlotte, Washington, ME]
||13 Mar 1821 
| ||1. Elisha GREENLAW, d. YOUNG|
| ||2. Christopher S GREENLAW, b. , St Andrews, Charlotte, NB , d. 21 Dec 1891, Bayside, St Croix, Charlotte, NB |
| ||3. Elizabeth M D GREENLAW, b. , NB , d. Bef 1881 CENSUS?|
| ||4. John Gay GREENLAW, b. 25 Jan 1830, NB , d. Bef 1911 CENSUS?|
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- Assessment 1831: John D [or Jonn D]
Jonathan Greenlaw 3d
Petition 1821: Jonathan Greenlaw 3d
Assessment 1822: Jonathan D
Jonathan Davis Greenaw?
- [S3982] Petition of Nicholas Johnson, Nicholas Johnson Jr, Jonathan Greenlaw 3rd, Ebenerzer Greenlaw, Stephen Ford, Daniel Sherm, Province of New Brunswick, (13 March 1821).
- [S3913] All Saints Angilcan Church Records, St Andrews, NB, Transcribed by Shirley O'Neill.
- [S572] Vital Records from the Eastport Sentinel of Eastport, Maine, 1818-1900, Edited by Kenneth L Willey, (Picton Press, Camden, Maine, 1996).