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Midland District Hastings County Report on Roads, Crt. of Quarter Sess. 1810-30

This file contains a ledger recording roads passed in the Midland District in the County of Hastings from 1810 to 1830. Allan McLean Esq. was acting as Clerk of the Peace of the District.
these were recorded by James Nichollas, Clerk of the Peace, Midland District.

Map of the Counties of Hastings and Prince Edward

A "Map of the Counties of Hastings and Prince Edward." In 1898, the lots, concessions, churches, schools and mines are shown of the townships in Hastings and Prince Edward. Scale: 1.5 miles to an inch. Published by the Canadian Map Publishing Company in Hamilton, Ontario, for the Belleville Sun. Revised by Henry Carre, C.E. Inset is the map of North Hastings, scale 400 chains to an inch.

Carre, Henry, O.L.S.

School Section Boundaries in Thurlow Township

A map of the boundaries of school sections in Thurlow Township, December 1859. The sections are colourized polychrome. Concessions and main bodies of water are marked. By John Emerson, P.L.S. Dimensions 22.0cm x 35.0cm.

Donated by Albert Stapley in Belleville, July 1962.

Emerson, John, P.L.S.

Thurlow, Edward Lord

File contains a photocopy of a newspaper article, 23 May 1953 concerning the life of Edward Thurlow, 1731-1806, Chancellor of England, in whose honour Thurlow Township was named. Also present is a a newspaper article ca. 1970s concerning prize-winning designs for a new promotional Belleville pennant.

Harrowsmith Country Life

The file contains a copy of a magazine page with photo of the marriage of Emma Chambers (Hastings Co) to Sam Hunter (Newcastle). Also a copy of an article from the December 2004 publication Quinte Kin, titled "Andrew Sherman Blown to Atoms on His Farm" who died 7-May-1886 in the Township of Thurlow.

Thurlow Township : historical notes from 'The Rambling River'

File contains a typescript excerpt of The Rambling River, written and compiled by Mary G. Plumption, concerning the early settlement of Thurlow Township from 1784, together with brief biographical information on Lord Thurlow, and Baron Rawdon, Earl of Moira. Also present are four printed lists of Thurlow Township land holders by name and date of patent from 1798-1818.

Thurlow Township : “The Rambling River” 1967

File contains a printed illustrated book cover of 'The Rambling River,' by Mary G. Plumpton. Also present are two newspaper articles regarding: i) the official dedication of the 'The Rambling River,' the centennial year history publication of Thurlow Township; ii) an exhibition of Thurlow Township school section minute books dating to the 1850s.

Thurlow Township : miscellaneous notes / by Mrs. Mary Plumpton

File contains manuscript notes by Mary Plumpton including lists of Thurlow Town Clerks, 1798-1846; transcripts of pages from an unidentified diary 1870-1872, and notes on individuals appearing in Plumpton's work, The Rambling River. Also present is a photocopied printed excerpt from the 1879 Hastings County Directory with entries for Canifton[sic] listing residents by name and occupation.