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Sidney Township materials

Various items related to Sidney Township, Hastings County, Ontario:

  • Notes on the history of Sidney Baptist Church, 1979
  • Sidney Township Bicentennial Newsletter, April 1990
  • Handout with map for Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (Quinte Branch) bus tour of Sidney Township, 16 September 1990
  • List of Sidney Township street names and locations and 'SHARC's thoughts on the naming of future Sidney streets', with list of pioneer families and locations, c.1990

Chatterton Women's Institute records

  • CA ON00156 CHWI
  • Fonds
  • 1917-1967

Minute books for 1917-1918; 1918-1919; 1919-1920; 1926-1928; 1928-1930; 1937-1938; 1939-1944; 1945-1948.
Microfilm of minute books 1926-1967.

Tweedsmuir history of the Chatterton Women's Institute, compiled by Nora Prest between 1955 and 1967. Includes photographs, maps, and news clippings relating to the Halloway area of Sidney township, Hastings County, Ontario.
Master negative of microfilm of Tweedsmuir histories.

Chatterton Women's Institute

Petition of M.D. Moodie & others

Petition of the state of a road leading to 2nd Concession of Sidney, signed by M. Dumbar Moodie, William Symons, Benjamin Hinker, William Haddrell, Joseph Bedford, G. Booth, James Booth, Farley Ellis, Robert Bennett, James Winelett, William Harris, Daniel Perry, Walter Lackie, and W. Tofrell.

Central Electric Power Co.

File contains manuscript and typescript copies of correspondence sent and received by Col. W. N. Ponton concerning the development of hydroelectric power on the Trent River. Also contains correspondence regarding the proposed electrification of the Belleville waterworks by the Trenton Electric and Water Company.

Map of District of Prince Edward County

Map showing townships in the District of Prince Edward County: South Murray, Sidney, Thurlow, Ameliasburgh, Sophiasburgh. See boundary lines on map. Surveyed by Publius Virgillius Elmore, D.L.S. Dated 1835. Map copied from the Archives of Ontario.

Elmore, Publius Virgillius, D.P.S.

Plan of Hastings for Hastings Directory

A map of Hastings County outlining townships:
Marmora, Lake, Madoc, Tudor, Grimsthorpe, Elzevir; Rawdon, Huntingdon, Hungerford, Sidney, Thurlow, Tyendinaga - as well as the northern townships.
Inset is "the Village of Marmora." Surveyed by H. A. F. Macleod, C.E. and P.L.S. Published by W. A. Little Lith., Montreal in the 1864-1865 copy of the Hastings Directory . Scale: 1:190,000.

MacLeod, Henry Augustine Fitzgerald, P.L.S.

Map of Hastings with the Principal Villages and the City of Belleville

A map of Hastings County including the Town of Belleville and other principal villages:

Trenton, Madoc, Marmora, Tweed, Bridgewater, Stirling, Wicklow, Bangor, Herschel, Monteagle, Carl, Dungannon, Wollaston, Limerick, Cashel, Tudor, Grimsthorpe, Elzevir; Rawdon, Huntingdon, Hungerford, Sidney, Thurlow, Tyendinaga.

Scale: 3 miles =1 inch. Published by Evans & Bolger, P. L. Surveyors, P.L.S. in 1879-1880.

Evans and Bolger

Map of Hastings County in 4 sections

A map of Hastings County outlining townships from the Bay of Quinte in the south, to Wallaston, Limerick and Cashel in the north.
Map is in four sections. Scale: 3 miles : 1 inch. Original map is dated 1894. Photocopy from the Archives of Ontario.

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.

Map of Hastings with townships

A map of Hastings County outlining the twelve townships:
Marmora and Lake, Madoc, Tudor, Grimsthorpe, Elzevir; Rawdon, Huntingdon, Hungerford, Sidney, Thurlow, Tyendinaga.
As well as, the lots and concessions. Circa 1916.Scale: 4 miles: 1 inch.

Donated by K.G.M. Ross.

Townships of Hastings County with advertisements

A map of Hastings County, in 1932, showing lakes, rivers, cities, towns and townships. A list of businesses within the county are on the right. Drawn exclusively for and published by Croydon Publishing Company.

Croydon Publishing Co.

Map of Southern Hastings County

Southern Hastings County in 1963. Map features boundaries, roads and railways. Scale: 1:63,360. Published by the Department of Highways, Ontario. Made by Hunting Survey Corp. Ltd. Dimensions 107.5cm x 92.5cm.

A unique "one-inch" map because all one-inch series maps were converted to 1:50,000 after 1950. However, this map was converted to 1:63,360.

Ontario. Department of Highways

Lloyd's Map of Hastings County

A map of Hastings County outlining the twelve townships:
Marmora and Lake, Madoc, Tudor, Grimsthorpe, Elzevir; Rawdon, Huntingdon, Hungerford, Sidney, Thurlow, Tyendinaga. The northern townships are pictured on the right side.
As well as, the lots and concessions. Circa 1922. Scale: 1.5 miles: 1 inch. Published by Lloyd's Maps, Map Publisher.

Lloyd's Map, Map Publisher

Map of Sidney Township 1787

A map of Sidney Township, specifically the District of Mecklenburg in 1787. Contains information on the plans for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd concessions, as well as property owners. Created by Lewis Kotte, Deputy Provincial Surveyor. Scale: 40 chains to an inch.

Kotte, Lewis

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