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14 Archival description results for Adolphustown
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- CA ON00156 M/M430-2995 - 2996, 3018 - 3021, 3031/3019
- 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.
- CA ON00156 TR/1614
File contains a newspaper article concerning the pioneer Huff Family of Adolphustown.
- CA ON00156 TR/1665
File contains a subscription list from 1792 to build the Hay Bay Methodist Church in Adolphustown.
- CA ON00156 TR/1666
File contains newspaper clippings from 1930 and a leaflet about the the history of Hay Bay Church.
- CA ON00156 TR/1667
File contains a newspaper clipping, printed in 1942, about the 150th anniversary of the Hay Bay Methodist Church.
- CA ON00156 TR/1668
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.
- CA ON00156 TR/1669
File contains a booklet, “The Story of The Hay Bay Church 1792-1962”, and newspaper clipping about the the annual pilgrimage to Hay Bay Church, and the unveiling of a plaque at the Church.
- CA ON00156 TR/3095
File contains numerous newspaper articles about the restoration of the United Empire Loyalists' Burial Ground at Adolphustown, Ontario. It also contains a program from the Service of Consecration held 16-June-1956.
- CA ON00156 TR/3097
File contains an original copy of a booklet written by Rev. R.S. Forneri in 1888 entitled "The United Empire Loyalist and The Memorial Church, Adolphustown, Ontario". File also contains several newspaper clippings from 1959 about the Adolphustown Church.
- CA ON00156 TR/3320
- June 16, 1890
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.
- CA ON00156 TR/3526
Proclamation made by George III on the formation of the District of Mecklenburg.