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U.E. Loyalist Church

Photocopy of a letter (in what appears to be a church bulletin) written by R.S. Forneri, B.D., Rector on behalf of the building committee extending an invitation to the opening Celebration of St. Alban's U.E. Loyalist Memorial Church.

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, Napanee Section

  • CA ON00156 M/M430-2995 - 2996, 3018 - 3021, 3031/3019
  • Item
  • 23 Jan 1942
  • Part of Map collection

An original map produced for the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, concerning hydro power lines, stations and transformers. However, the map also features railways, roads and land boundaries.

This map is of the South Section - Napanee Rural Power District. The total area includes parts of Ernestown, Frederickburgh South, Frederickburgh, Richmond, Tyendinaga, and Adolphustown Townships. Dated January 23, 1942. Scale: 2 inches = 1 mile.

Donated by David Pershik.

Hay Bay Church, 1947, service & article re Sir J.A. Macdonald & church

File contains newspaper clippings from 1947 about the Hay Bay Methodist Church and other stories from the Hay Bay area, including where Sir John A. Macdonald grew up a child and a Loyalist family, with one child (John Roblin) having been shot in the knee during the American Revolution, he later fought and was killed in the War of 1812; Mr. Roblin's widow later owned grist and lumber mills.