Surveyor general

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A surveyor general is an official responsible for government surveying in a specific country or territory. Historically, this would often have been a military appointment, but it is now more likely to be a civilian post.

The following surveyor general positions exist, or have existed historically:


  1. ^ DeLancey, Edward Floyd (1886). Origin and History of Manors in the Province of New York and in the County of Westchester. p. 153. Retrieved 29 October 2019.

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