Letter dating 1700
Transportation Routes to 1850 Bayham Township Malahide Township Aylmer (Malahide Township) St. He established himself on the bluff of Lake Erie, at what is now Port Talbot. In return for getting settlers to open up the land, he received an enormous amount of land for his own use. The Colonel Talbot Settlement which in 1803 was the whole of the county of Elgin and part of Essex, Kent, Middlesex and Norfolk, an immense tact of land granted by the British Crown to Colonel Talbot, an Irishman of good family.
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He was also commissioned addition grants that covered in all about 28 townships with 618,000 acres of the Western Peninsula along the Lake Erie shore, south of the Thames River to Lake Erie and from Windsor in the West to all most Long Point in the East.