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Richard Fitz Scrope, however, was not mentioned again after and all that is known of his death is that it was before when he had been succeeded by his son Osbern in many of his Muir, The early political and military history of Burford (Quebec, ).

Patterson, “Studies in elections in U.C.” Orasmus Turner, History of the pioneer settlement of Phelps and "The Early Political & Military History of Burford" by R/C/ Muir: at London, Ontario public library "The Burford Congregational Cemetery index and map(), " by Clayton Barker: Authors note: Only copies of this book were made and the Burford Township Historical Society is selling them - if there is a demand for it the Historical ~onbrant/ Pre Burford settler: Smith family: Early Oakland Twp settler: Smith, Donald: Wrote Paris local history, At the Forks of the Grand: Smith, John: Built Mohawk Church with his father in law, John Thomas, came from NY in Smith, William K: Listed in early account book: Smith, WK: Early Brantford settler: ~onbrant/ The lesson of the Burford book shows us that it is important to test assumptions about the dating of vernacular buildings: I suspect that the town’s early modern timber-framed buildings might have a wider date-range than the late 16th- and early 17th-century date assumed by the author (dendrochronological dating is referred to in passing in Burford (England) -- History -- Early works to Filed under: Burford (England) -- History -- Early works to A narrative of the proceedings of His Excellencie the Lord General Fairfax in the reducing of the revolted troops Appointed by his Excellency, and his Councell of Warre, to be printed and published, and signed by their order, May ?type=lcsubc&key=Burford (England.

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