(ONTARIO). (WELLINGTON COUNTY). Antique Map of Wellington County 1906

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 Map of the County of Wellington County [Southwestern Ontario] 

Scale 1 inch to 3 Miles

Drawn by Frank P. Lloyd

Size: 16" x 25" (41.1 x 64.1 cm)

antique map (several small stains to margins, couple chips & tears to lower margin)

From the Historical Atlas of the County of Wellington, Toronto: 1906.

Includes: Minto Township, Arthur Township, West Luther Township, Maryborough Township, Peel Township, West Garafraxa Township, Nichol Township, Pilkington Township, Guelph Township, Puslich Township, Eramosa Township, Erin Township.

Towns, Villages & Landmarks include: Canadian Pacific Railway, Grand Trunk Railway, Guelph Junction Railway, Grand River, Speed River, Puslinch Lake, Puslinch Public School, Erin, Mimosa, Rockwood, Everton, Belwood, Dracon, Evansville, Monck, Gordonville, Mount Forest, Kenilworth, Pike Lake, Cotswold, Harriston, Palmerston, Drayon, Alma, Conestoga River, Maitland River, Elora, Fergus, Guelph, Armstrong Mills 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

Armstrong Mills was a small mill town and hamlet named for the Armstrong family who first arrived in the area in 1822. The Armstrong family was active in township and local affairs and by 1845, had established the Speedside Congregational Church.

The mill was constructed in 1856 by John and Mary Armstrong. It was an instant success and a small community named Unionville quickly sprang to life around the mill. A school was added in 1863. The community was renamed Armstrong Mills following the opening of a post office in 1876.

In the 1960s the mill was purchased by the late Canadian Artist, Ken Danby. Danby spent years restoring the mill to its former grandeur. In later years it was featured as a backdrop in a number of his paintings. Following his death in 2007, the estate which included the miller's stone house was put up for sale.

In addition to the restored mill, Armstrong Mills contains a few other early vestiges including the schoolhouse, now a private home and the little church built by the Armstrongs which has since been renamed Speedside United Church.


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

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