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1  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Augustus Jones Finishes the
2  Early Days in Richmond Hill: 19, 1794, Deputy Provincial Surveyor Augustus Jones ran the line of the new road from
3  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Augustus Jones, Deputy Provincial Surveyor, who made the first
4  Early Days in Richmond Hill: surveyors in Upper Canadian history, Augustus Jones was born about 1757 in the Hudson River
5  Early Days in Richmond Hill: The governor himself was delighted at Jones's accomplishment. "The Road from York to
6  Early Days in Richmond Hill: August 3, 1797, Augustus Jones presented "A Report on the Condition of
7  Early Days in Richmond Hill: all the way north to Stouffville Road, Jones's 1797 report is blank. The following year,
8  Early Days in Richmond Hill: acres partly cleared. [Next year, Jones noted "a small log house" on this
9  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Jones gathered data for his report by going along
10  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Simcoe and William Berczy and Augustus Jones, and long before Yonge Street was
11  Early Days in Richmond Hill: acres cleared. [The following year, Jones added "a log house" to his description of
12  Early Days in Richmond Hill: trader south of Lake Simcoe in March 1794, Augustus Jones witnessed an argument between two groups of
13  Early Days in Richmond Hill: was confirmed in August 1797 when Augustus Jones submitted his "Report on the Condition of
14  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Street to their land. At about the time Augustus Jones was gathering data for his report on
15  Early Days in Richmond Hill: 1798, de Puisaye and surveyor Augustus Jones headed up Yonge Street to look over

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