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1877 Antique Map of Mara Township

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Antique Map of Mara Township,

[Ontario County, Central Ontario]

25 1/4" x 15 1/2 inches (64 x 38.7 cm)

sheet measures: 27 1/4" x 17 1/0"

original antique map (some spotting).

from the Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario, Toronto: J.H. Beers, 1877.


Towns/Villages Include: Manilla, Duffin's Cree, Vroomanton, Claremont, Atherly, Rathburn, Uptergrove & Brechin

Landmarks include: Lake Simcoe, Mud Lake, Talbot River, Lake Couchiching, Whitney Island, McPhee Bay, Johnston's Bay, Big Point, Starvation Island, Milloy Point, Point Mara, Midland Railway, Northern Railway, Gamebridge Station, hotels, mills, churches, schools, cemeteries, shops, grange hall, a town hall

Some landowners include: S. Vrooman, J. Logan, C. Mitchell, J. Reed, J. Bell, J. Hamilton, A. Spears, W. Mecham, William McPhee, Henry Whitney, McHattie, L. McKinnon, J.O. Revell, H. McLean, M. Timin, A. Flynn, J. Duffy, M. Haley, H. McKinnon, A. Dundenhofer, William O'Creighton, C. Doyle, P. Boyle, D. Bruce, F. MacRae, Duncan MacRae, J. Corbitt, William MacDonald, J. Kennedy, J. Ritchie, C. Donelly, A. Cameron, T. Roach, P. McGraht, J.P. Foley, M.P. Judge, A. Lennon, John McGregor, Martin Murphy, W. Kelly, J. O'Donnell, R. Perry, J. Sheridan, J.H. Perry, F. O'Leary, J. MacGrath, M. Macgrath, C. Boyle, P. Corrigan, J. Collins, H. Corrigan, P. Kelly, A. Kelly, J. Kelly, Walter O'Boyle, Austin O'Doyle, P. Thompson, Alex MacRae, Arch. MacDonald, T. Haley, T. Mahoney and others.


 

Go back in time and trace the history of the Ontario & it's ancestors and maybe even your own!

 own a piece of Ontario Local History & Genealogy

Some of the names of early settlers include: Corrigan, Kelly, Kennedy, Corbett, McLean, McGrath / MacGrath, O'Donnell, Roach, Donnelly, Judge, Tyrell, Foley, Murphy, O'Boyle, Boyle, Hogan, Lennon, Flynn, Gaughan, Sheridan, Kenny, Doyle, Burk, O'Neil, Mulhearn and Maloney. Most of the settlers were of Irish, Scottish and English decent. Irish settlers were mainly located in the center of Mara with the Scottish and English in the north and south ends of the township.

The first settlers to Mara are featured on this map: Patrick Corrigan & Arthur Kelly aka Little Red who arrived in the late 1820s and lived to be over 110 years old. James Patrick Foley, who arrived in 1860 and founded Brechin is also featured on this map.

~If you're looking for a particular town, city, township or county please contact us and we will let you know what we have.

 

*Map will be mailed flat and not in a tube. Please contact us if you would prefer to have it rolled

**Custom Framing available! Please contact us for details.