Caldwell Manor and Christie Manor Anglican Records, Missisquoi County, Quebec, Canada

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Caldwell Manor and Christie Manor Anglican Records, Missisquoi County, Quebec, Canada
Abstract
The Seigneuries of Noyan and Foucault were north of Lake Champlain, in Missisquoi County. After the Conquest, Sieur Foucault, owner of the Foucault seigneury sold it to General James Murray and it was subsequently leased by Colonel Henry Caldwell for 99 years. The descendants of Sieur Noyan sold the Seigneury of Noyan to Major General Gabriel Christie. The two seigneuries became known as Caldwell and Christie Manors. Volume 1 of this two volume set covers the period 1815 to 1825. Volume 2 covers the period 1826-1831.
Volume
2 vols.
Place
Orlando, FL
Publisher
Pamela Wood Waugh
Date
1989
Language
en
Citation
Waugh, Pamela Wood, and Shirley Dean Wood. Caldwell Manor and Christie Manor Anglican Records, Missisquoi County, Quebec, Canada. Vol. 2 vols. Orlando, FL: Pamela Wood Waugh, 1989.
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