4 edition of A history of Simcoe County found in the catalog.
A history of Simcoe County
Andrew Frederick Hunter
|Statement||by Andrew F. Hunter.|
|LC Classifications||F1059.S6 H8 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||335, 323 p. :|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||00693243|
Find Simcoe County restaurants. Read the latest reviews, view restaurant photos, see menus, and make online restaurant reservations in Simcoe County. Original data: Hunter, Andrew F.. A history of Simcoe , Ont.: The County Council, The Simcoe family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Simcoe families were found in the UK in In there were 4 Simcoe families living in Virginia. This was about 80% of all the recorded Simcoe's in the USA. Virginia had the highest population of Simcoe families in
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Quantity Available: 1. SIMCOE COUNTY: The Recent Past By John Craig The Corporation of the County of Simcoe, p. THE HISTORY OF CAMP BORDEN, – Land of Sand, Sin and Sorrow By William Chajkowsky Jordan Station, Ontario: Station Press, p.
THE VISIBLE PAST: The Pictorial History of Simcoe County By Adelaide Leitch Originally published An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. A history of Simcoe County by Hunter, Andrew F. (Andrew Frederick), ; Simcoe (Ont.: County Pages: The Simcoe County Genealogy and History Facebook Group Use the search feature for a complete search of all the Ontario (Upper Canada) genealogy sites.
Search the Ontario (Upper Canada) Genealogy Website - Make sure to use all known variations of a family name in your search. Simcoe County. Charles Cooper's Railway Pages. Background Simcoe County, by virtue of its strategic location in providing access to the Great Lakes, was destined for early participation in the railway construction boom that occurred in the s, a year after the Province of Canada passed the Railway Guarantee Act that guaranteed the loan interest on the construction of railways not less than.
Simcoe County is located in the central portion of Southern Ontario, county is just north of the Greater Toronto Area, stretching from the shores of Lake Simcoe in the east to Georgian Bay in the west. Simcoe County forms part of the Greater Golden Horseshoe area, a densely populated and industrialized region, centred on the Greater Toronto Area.
Our Local History collection is available to view in the library but can’t be borrowed. The section contains books, microfilms, and other documents covering the history, geography, geology, culture and socio-economic structure of Simcoe County.
It specifically focuses on Barrie, Oro-Medonte, Springwater (including Vespra), Innisfil and Essa. Canada Cat No.: CADL: Quite aside from being a well researched and fascinating history of this important county of (now) Ontario the work itself has an interesting history.
The author Andrew. Hunter published its first incarnation as a series of weekly articles, in the Barrie Examiner, Oct to.
Simcoe is an unincorporated community and former town in Southwestern Ontario, Canada near Lake is the county seat and largest community of Norfolk County. Simcoe is at the junction of Highway 3, at High due south of Brantford, and accessible to Hamilton by nearby Highway largest of the Communities in Norfolk County, Ontario had a population of 13, at the time of the.
Additionally, the Simcoe County Museum will open on Tuesday. It will be open seven days a week, with the reduced hours of operation of 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m. to allow for more cleaning. Residents will A history of Simcoe County book required to book a time in advance no more than five days prior to their visit and can do so through the Simcoe County Museum website.
A history of Simcoe County book with family and friends on the trails, roads and hills of spectacular Simcoe County. For info on cycling in BruceGreySimcoe, visit https://brucegreysim. Some sites cover just the county, some cover all of Ontario, and some cover all of Canada.
Some sites are databases of names and facts about people; other sites cover background information such as maps, history, geography, or genealogy strategies and methods for the region. Forebears, Simcoe County; Cemeteries [edit | edit source] 1. On June 9, County Council approved a plan to proceed with a significant redevelopment of Simcoe Manor and Village in Beeton.
Waste Collections in Extreme Heat On days of extreme heat, our waste crews may begin collection as early as 6 a.m. A history of Simcoe County - Kindle edition by andrew Hunter.
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A History of Simcoe County Paperback – Aug. 25 by Andrew Frederick Hunter (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 13 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Reviews: 1.
Excerpt from A History of Simcoe County, Vol. 2 of 2: The Pioneers The Sweezy family were also early residents here. Betsy became wife of Alexander Walker, one of Barrie's pioneers, in Her brothers, Peter and William, for many years after this were citizens of Holland Landing.
The Simcoe County Archives was the first county archives in Ontario and is the central repository of genealogical and historical materials for all of Simcoe County. For a fee of $ Canadian, the Archives will undertake a two-hour search of the records.
The Archives holds the following materials: Census Records for,and. Notes on sites of Indian villages in the townships of North and South Orillia (Simcoe County) () Simcoe County Pioneer papers () The life and times of Joseph Gould. Struggles of the early Canadian settlers, settlement of Uxbridge, sketch of the history of the county of Ontario, the rebellion ofparliamentary career, etc., etc.
Genre/Form: Biographies History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hunter, Andrew F. (Andrew Frederick), History of Simcoe County.
County of Simcoe Administration Centre Highway 26 Midhurst, Ontario L9X 1N6 Phone: Toll Free: A History of Simcoe County Paperback – Aug by Andrew F (Andrew Frederick) 18 Hunter (Creator), Simcoe (Ont County) Council (Creator) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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The Story of Simcoe County: Land of Holiday and History: Authors: Ernest Charles Drury, Simcoe (Ont.: County).
Tourist and Industrial Committee: Publisher: Tourist and Industrial Committee, County Council of Simcoe, Ontario, Length: 28 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. The Simcoe GenWeb site. Everything you might want to know about 19th century Simcoe County and more.
This is a huge site with information on each of the new municipalites and links to the earlier townships that were amalgamated into each one. Names and histories of settlers, cemetery listings, and all sorts of things. Barrie Public Library. Buy The visible past: the pictorial history of Simcoe County by Adelaide Leitch online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now. Barrie, Ontario: The Historical Committee of Simcoe County, Facsimile reprint in a one volume format of the two volume original. Green cloth, endpaper maps.
pp (12),; (6), Photos in text. Laid in is a large folding colour historical map of the county by Jerrine Wells Kinton (light damp stains to blank side not showing on the colour side, else fine.
By Debra Exel Posted on Septem Posted in SCHA, Simcoe Review Did you know that one of Simcoe County’s former MPPs was also a Father of Confederation. Although he never lived in Simcoe County, William McDougall served as MPP for Simcoe South in the s, in.
Present-day Yakima County was briefly (from January to January ) part of a large county called Ferguson County. When Ferguson was dissolved after only two years, the County of Yakima, including more or less present-day Yakima.
Tecumseth Township: The Unforgettable Past: A Local History of Tecumseth Township, Simcoe County, Province of Ontario, Canada. by Ed. Alan Anderson, Betty Tomlinson Anderson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The County Council Publication date: Subjects: Simcoe (Ont.: County) -- History Simcoe (Ont.: County) -- Biography Notes: This is an OCR reprint.
There may be numerous typos or missing text. There are no illustrations or : Andrew F. Hunter. The Town of New Tecumseth is a municipality in the County of Simcoe in south-central area of Ontario, Canada.
Tecumseth Township, from which New Tecumseth was formed inwas first settled around The main centres in New Tecumseth are the communities of Alliston, Tottenham, and borders of the old township, with some adjustments along the eastern edge, and with the addition. Additionally, this book provides the reader with a short history of Simcoe County, an overview of institutions, courts, magistrates, Post Offices in The book is organized by municipality/township, with each householder and business recorded.
Page - Simcoe called together the officers: he told them of his plan, — " that he meant to burn the boats at Van Vacter's bridge, and, crossing the Raritan at Hillsborough, to return by the road to Brunswick, and, making a circuit to avoid that place as soon as he came near it, to discover himself when beyond it, on the heights where the Grenadier Redoubt stood while the British troops.
Simcoe County is a region of aboutpeople () in Central attracts 8 million visitors an year, many of them coming for water sports in the summer, like boating and fishing on the lakes, or for skiing and snowmobiling in the winter.
Fort Simcoe is one of the few remaining pre-Civil War forts in the west. Military history buffs should put it on their bucket lists. Located on the Yakama Indian Reservation, between rolling hills, small farms and tiny towns, the fort has a unique sense of remoteness - and a beauty that makes it worth the drive.
The record of transcriptions of the Blue Church Burying Ground in Augusta Township, Grenville County includes a number of entries from the late s to the early s.
Many are of family groups and the information includes a bit of the history of the Church of England in that area, as well as some background on a few of the families mentioned.
The Pictorial History of Simcoe County by Adelaide Leitch Although this is the story of one county in Ontario, it covers facets universal in Canadian growth: road-building, land-clearing, the development of health and educational services, and the progress and dreams of the people Rating: % positive.
The Simcoe County Branch would be pleased to assist you with your family history project. Send your request, outlining as much detail as possible, by email to [email protected], or by mail to Simcoe County Branch Research, P.O.
BoxBarrie, ON L4M an initial assessment has been completed, you will be contacted regarding the length of time to complete your request, and the. Wilfrid Jury, 3 books Simcoe County Board of Education., 2 books Belden (H.) and Company, 2 books Harish M.
Verma, 1 book Leah Birnbaum, 1 book Douglas W. Hoffman, 1 book Andrew Frederick Hunter, 1 book Parry, 1 book Metromap Publications, 1 book Frank Ridley, 1 book Deborah Pal, 1 book Devitt, O.
E, 1 book H. Belden & Co., 1 book Jeanie Tummon. The county covers 4, square kilometres (1, square miles). Init had a population ofIt was named by John Graves Simcoe, the first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada, for his father John Simcoe.
Agriculture and manufacturing are a big part of Simcoe County's economy. Honda Canada is one of the county's biggest employers.John Graves Simcoe, British soldier and statesman who became the first lieutenant governor of Upper Canada (present-day Ontario).
Simcoe—educated at Exeter Grammar School, Eton College, and Oxford University—entered the British army as an ensign in He served during the American Revolution.The Simcoe County Barn Quilt Trail is a county-wide project partnering volunteers, artists, community groups, cultural institutions and barn owners.
The goal of the project is to produce upwards of Barn Quilts on barns (up to 30 quilts per Cultural Institution) by the end of