Now, I want to find the specific land locations for my ancestors - James Abram Kemp (1831-1902) and Alexander Sovereen (1814-1907). In my earlier post, there was a choice of "Maps" or "People" on the third screen shown. I went back to that page, and clicked on the "People" button:
I entered "Kemp" into the "Last Name" field and "Norfolk" into the "County" field and clicked on "Search:"
There were three matches for my query - and there is James A. Kemp (Middleton township, occupation of farmer, joiner, carpenter, and nativity of Canada) and his son Peter E. Kemp is listed also in Windham township. I clicked on the "Go" button next to James A. Kemp's line:
On the right of the page above, there is a small map of Middleton township with a square box highlighting the location of James A. Kemp's land. The small map on the left shows James A. Kemp's land. I can use my saved map of Middleton to see the entire township to see how James Kemp's land relates to the roads, terrain and other landowners.
Three lots are listed (20, 21 and 22) so I clicked on each of them. Here is the map for Lots 21 and 22: