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(ONTARIO). (NORFOLK COUNTY). Antique Map of the Township of Charlotteville 1877

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Map of the Township of Charlotteville 1877 [Norfolk County, Southwestern Ontario]

Scale 50 Chain = 1 inch

Drawn by James S. Randall

24 1/2" x 15" (62.1 x 38.1 cm)

antique map (light foxing, light crease to lower right corner).

from the Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Norfolk, Ontario, Toronto: H.R. Page & Co. 1877.

Villages & post offices include: Lynedock, Glenshee, Walsh, Vittoria, Normandale and Forestville

Landmarks include: Long Point Bay, Turkey Point Marsh (Turkey Point), and various schools & churches are marked with buildings.

Landowners include: James Secord, Peter Teeple, George Price, David Price, Frederick Fairchild, Walter Anderson, John Anderson, William Price, Thomas Cope, William Cope, George Mabee, Pellum Mabee, Robert Mabee, Henry Mabee, F.L. Walsh, James Thompson, William P. Tisdale, Ephriam Tisdale,  J. McCall, D.A. McCall, Charles Hunter, William Finch, John Spencer, John Wood, R. Teeple, Joseph McCall, William McCall, David W. McCall, Duncan McCall John McCall, Mrs. Secord, heirs of Joseph Tisdale, J.B. Wilson, John Parks, George Baker, John Fraser, William Walsh, A. Walsh, John Smith, William McKnight, James Covernton Esq., Rev. A. Austin, Nelson Montrose, James Gardner, John E. Potts, Simpson McCall, Martin Tisdale, John Hicks Esq., William Cowan Esq., D. Secord, James Secord, John Secord, William Finch, Titus Finch, Oliver McCall, Estate of David Thompson, Benjamin Tisdale, Richard Brown, Robert Monroe, J. Finch, William Dawson, Andrew Jamieson, A.W. Smith, Capt. W. Yonson 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

 

One of the earliest settlements in Ontario, set apart by lieutenant-governor of Upper Canada John Graves Simcoe in 1792. Charlotteville was names in honour of King George III’s wife Queen Charlotte. Among the earliest Settlers were the Walsh/Welch & McCall families who arrived in 1796. The land was surveyed by the Walsh family and land was offered to United Empire Loyalists in return for building a militia to protect Canada and Britain against American threats.



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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

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