Aylsworth, Charles Fraser Sr., P.L.S.

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1834-1911

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Charles Fraser Aylsworth was a land surveyor for the Ontario government. Most notably he surveyed what would become Carlow Township, paving the way for settlement. He was born on 5 March 1834, the son of Robert Aylsworth, a farmer, township clerk, and Methodist preacher while his grandfather was MPP for Lennox. Charles' son, who shared his father's name was also a noted surveyor of the region during the early 1900s. In 1861, he married Elizabeth Gillespie in Stratford. He lived in Madoc, Ontario until his death on 27 June 1911.

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Aylsworth, Charles Fraser Jr., O.L.S. (1862-1939)

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