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 ===== LANCASTER ===== ===== LANCASTER =====
  
-Lancaster was named after the English county of the same name. In addition [[George III]|] was **Duke of Lancaster** before he became King. The first “free land” the Loyalists encountered in 1784, it was dubbed the “Lake” or “Sunken” township since the land was considered too swampy to be habitable by the Loyalists.+Lancaster was named after the English county of the same name. In addition [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​George_III_of_the_United_Kingdom|George III]] was **Duke of Lancaster** before he became King. The first “free land” the Loyalists encountered in 1784, it was dubbed the “Lake” or “Sunken” township since the land was considered too swampy to be habitable by the Loyalists.
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 Nevertheless,​ Surveyor Lieutenant Walter Sutherland and his men found it to their liking and settled here. By October of 1784 a report of Disbanded Troops and Loyalists stated that Township No. 1 had 36 men, 15 women and 39 children. Nevertheless,​ Surveyor Lieutenant Walter Sutherland and his men found it to their liking and settled here. By October of 1784 a report of Disbanded Troops and Loyalists stated that Township No. 1 had 36 men, 15 women and 39 children.
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