(ONTARIO). (ONTARIO COUNTY). (NORTHUMBERLAND & DURHAM COUNTY). 1878 Antique Map of Cannington, Epsom, Seagrave & Whitevale Ontario

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Antique Map of Cannington, Epsom, Seagrave & Whitevale Ontario [Ontario County / Northumberland & Durham County, Southern Ontario]

15 1/2 x 12 inches (39 x 30.4 cm)

Sheet measures: 17 1/2" x 14 1/2"

original antique map (few pin holes to left margin, very faint soiling to margins)

from Illustrated Historical Atlas of the Counties of Northumberland and Durham Ont.,
Toronto: H. Belden & Co., 1878.

Landmarks include: schools, hotels, churches, Nonquon River, Duffins Creek, post offices, grist and saw mills, Toronto & Nipissing Railroad & train station, Beaver River, a tannery, foundry, Cannington Woolen Mills & street names.

Landowners include: W.B. Talbot, Robert Sproul, Joseph Davidson, J. Jolliff, M. Gillespie, J. McKay, Mrs. M. McKay, A. McKay, James Sproul, D. MacKay, Charles Gibbs, R.M. Jones, W. Brandon, D. Gillespie M.D., William May, D. Ross & George Pacey, A. Verro, T. Burton, T.B. White [Truman P. White] , G & J. Besse, Taylor, Roberts of Port Perry, Benjamin Pickle, J. Profit, Timothy Monroe, Adam Earchman. 

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 these old villages are now a part of what we know as Durham Region today!
Donald Gillespie a noted landowner and medical doctor on this map. Who also held political positions such as the President of the Liberal-Conservative Association of the riding for 35 years. He was a graduate of Victoria College, Cobourg, and Toronto University, and began the practising as a physican in Cannington in 1861. He enjoyed a practice which extended beyone the usual bounds of a country physician. He also served as Chairman of the School Board, Reeve of Cannington and Councillor for eighteen years.
T.B. White is mostly likely an error and actually represents a man named Truman B. White who helped build and grow Whitevale in much greater strides than the village's original founder John Major whom the village was originally named after Majorville but it was changed to Whitevale to acknowledge the major contributions Truman P. White made to the village.

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