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Umfraville, Ontario

This file contains a copy of a school project written by Kim Hannah from Foxboro Sr. Elementary School. It is titled Umfraville and contains information about the settlement of the ghost town Umphraville founded in the 1860's by Irish settlers Dermot "Darby" Kavanaugh and his brother Patrick on the Old Hastings Rd. well north of Ormsby.

Map of the Bancroft Mineral Society

A map of the highways, gravel roads, towns and mineral deposits located in the town of Bancroft and the surrounding area. Published by the Bancroft and District Chamber of Commerce. On the reverse side is the key to the numbered mineral deposits - types of minerals and the exact location/owner.

Bancroft and District Chamber of Commerce

Regional Plan 411 of Lots in Bancroft

A plan of "Lots 1-2, Concessions A-B, Lots 59-67 west of Hastings Road & Lot 1, Concession 15, Township of Faraday, Regional Plan 411." The lots are located in the town of Bancroft, on either sides of the York River. Original map composed in 1911 by W. J. Moore, O.L.S. This version was traced in 1945.

Moore, William James, O.L.S.

Topographical map of Bancroft - east half

  • CA ON00156 M/M470-1559 - 1573, 1576 - 1579, and 1585 - 1621/1563
  • Item
  • 1956
  • Part of Map collection

A topographical map of Bancroft - Canada sheet #31 F/4, east half. Published by the Army Survey Establishment, Department of National Defence in 1956. Scale 1:50,000.

Donated by Gerry Boyce.

Canada. Department of National Defence

Topographical map of Bancroft - west half

  • CA ON00156 M/M470-1559 - 1573, 1576 - 1579, and 1585 - 1621/1561
  • Item
  • 1956
  • Part of Map collection

A topographical map of Bancroft - Canada sheet #31 F/4, west half. Published by the Army Survey Establishment, Department of National Defence in 1956. Scale 1:50,000.

Donated by Gerry Boyce.

Canada. Department of National Defence

Topographical map of Bancroft - west half

  • CA ON00156 M/M470-1559 - 1573, 1576 - 1579, and 1585 - 1621/1560
  • Item
  • 1950
  • Part of Map collection

A topographical map of Bancroft - Canada sheet #31 F/4, west half. Published by the Army Survey Establishment, Department of National Defence in 1950. Scale 1:50,000.

Donated by Gerry Boyce.

Canada. Department of National Defence

Topographical map of Bancroft - east half

  • CA ON00156 M/M470-1559 - 1573, 1576 - 1579, and 1585 - 1621/1559
  • Item
  • 1950
  • Part of Map collection

A topographical map of Bancroft - Canada sheet #31 F/4, east half. Published by the Army Survey Establishment, Department of National Defence in 1950. Scale 1:50,000.

Donated by Gerry Boyce.

Canada. Department of National Defence

Bancroft Town Plan of Lots 174-179

A plan of Lots 174-179 (inclusive) on the shore of York River, in the town of Bancroft. Scale 100 feet to an inch. The original plan was drawn for Billa Flint on September 13, 1888. It was traced on tissue paper and registered as a Town Plan on December 15, 1911.

Donated by the Argue family in 2013.

The 'Monck' Road : colonization road, 1863

File contains newspaper articles concerning the history of the Monck Road, a colonization road primarily, but also intended as a less vulnerable military route between the Upper Great Lakes and the Ottawa Valley, passing near Bancroft, Ontario. The road was surveyed in 1864-1865 and named in honour of Governor-General, Lord Monck. Also included is typescript transcript of an article entitled "Was the Monck Road for Military Use?" / by Dr. J. J. Talman, first published in the Orillia Packet and Times, 27 June 1940

Plan of subdivision of Grant Lots 63-66 in Bancroft

A certified reproduction of "Part of Bancroft, being subdivision of Free Grant Lots # 63 to 66 in Township of Faraday, including and changing so far as Snow & Madawaska Streets are concerned. Register Plan # 298, being part of Village of Bancroft, on West side of the Hastings Road.” Surveyed by Francis McWilliams O.L.S. and signed July 23, 1901.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #306, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

Donated by Walter I. Watson, P. L. S.

Plan of subdivision of Grant Lots 63-64 in Bancroft

A certified reproduction of the "Plan of Subdivision of Grant Lots # 63 and 64 on the west side of Old Hastings Road, Faraday Township,” Surveyed by C. Fraser Aylsworth Jr. P. L. S., and signed November 27, 1896.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #298, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

Donated by Walter I. Watson, P. L. S.

Aylsworth, Charles Fraser Jr., O.L.S.

Plan of the north part of the village of Bancroft

A certified reproduction of "Plan of the northerly part of the village of Bancroft, situated on the westerly end of Free Grant Lots # 61 and 62, west of Old Hastings Road, Township of Farady, for James B. Cleak, owner.” Surveyed by C. Fraser Aylsworth Jr. P. L. S., and signed August 24, 1888.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #272, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

Donated by Walter I. Watson, P. L. S.

Aylsworth, Charles Fraser Jr., O.L.S.

Plan of the village of Bancroft

A certified reproduction of the "Plan of Village of Bancroft, being part of Lots # 1 & 2, Concession A & B, Lots # 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65 66 & 67, west of Hastings Road and Lot # 1, Concession 15, Township of Faraday." Surveyed by W. J. Moore, O.L.S., and signed July 5, 1911.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #411, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

Donated by Walter I. Watson, O.L.S.

Moore, William James, O.L.S.

Subdivision of Part of Lot # 2 in the village of Bancroft

A certified reproduction of the "Subdivision of Part of Lot # 2, Concession A, Township Faraday, County of Hastings.” The area surveyed includes; lots both sides of James Street, Oak Street and up to Monk Road. Surveyed by M. J. McAlpine, O. L. S. and signed August 3, 1954.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #953, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

Donated by Walter I. Watson, P. L. S.

McAlpine, Michael Joseph, O.L.S.

Subdivision of part of Lot 161 in the Township of Faraday

A certified reproduction of the "Subdivision of Part of Lot # 161, Reg'd Plan No. 41 and part of Lots # 57, 58, 59 & 60. West Hastings Road, township of Faraday now in Village of Bancroft, Prepared for Faraday Uranium Mines Ltd., Bancroft Curling Club, Ltd.” The area includes; Lots # 1 to 100 inclusive, Blocks A, C-D and laid out on streets NewKirk Boulevard, Johnston Crescent, McKee Drive, Williams Drive, Billa Street, and Shore Road. Surveyed by M. J. McAlpine, O. L. S. and signed July 11, 1958.

Donated by Walter I. Watson, P. L. S.

McAlpine, Michael Joseph, O.L.S.

COR Station at Ormsby Plans

A blueprint planning the COR Bancroft extension station at Ormsby junction, Hastings County, Ontario. Plan features floor, elevation and sections. Drawn by John Dunlop Evans, Chief Surveyor/Engineer - September 1, 1900.

Evans, John Dunlop, P.L.S.

Map of Belleville to North of Bancroft

A map containing focused maps of: Trenton, Belleville, Prince Edward County, Frankford, Picton, Bancroft, Deseronto, Stirling, Tweed, Marmora and Madoc. Insets refer to roads, streets and highways. Published by Millhouse Maps in 2001.

MIllhouse Maps

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