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Map of Marmora Township

Map showing concessions, traveled roads and lots of Marmora Township, Hastings County. Areas of gold mines are also charted. Scale: 1 mile : 1 inch. Published by MacLeod & Carre Engineers and Surveyors in Belleville, Ontario (Canada West). Local advertisements surround map.

Received from the Public Archives of Canada on 3 May 1971.

MacLeod and Carre, 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

Plan of Lots 7-9 in the village of Marmora

A certified reproduction of the Plan of Marmora Village - part of Lots # 7,8 & 9 in the 4th Concession of Marmora Township. The Marmora Foundry Company by Robert Symes, lawful agent, declares that this plan contains a true description. Depicted are; Coal houses; Grist Mill; Forge Store; and Mill dam. Surveyed by J. J. Haslett, P.L.S. and signed September 1855.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #70, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

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

Haslett, John James, P.L.S. & D.P.S.

Plan of the village of Marmora in 1849

A certified reproduction of the "Plan of Marmora Village, part of Lots # 7, 8 & 9 in 4th Concession Township of Marmora." Along the Crow River are buildings: forge, furnaces, coal house, grist mill, sawmill, store. Nelson G. Reynolds, President of the Marmora Foundry Co. incorporated by parliament approved this plan. Surveyed by John J. Haslett, P.L.S. in September of 1849.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #5, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

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

Haslett, John James, P.L.S. & D.P.S.

Subdivision of part Lots 4-5 in the Village of Marmora

A certified reproduction of the "Subdivision of part of Lots # 4 and 5 (as per Haslett Plan of Cameron Block # 150) between Concession Road and Bursthall Street in Village of Marmora, for Patrick J. Gillen and Mary Gillen, exetrs of Estate of Michael Gillen.” Surveyed by Fred Wilkins O. L. S. and signed July 22, 1918.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #489, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

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

Wilkins, Frederick William Baiden, O.L.S.

Plan of Summer Lots 10-11 in Township of Marmora

A certified reproduction of the "Plan of Summer Residence Lots as laid out on Lots # 10 and 11 and road allowance between these Lots, Concession 3, Township Marmora.” Surveyed by Fred Wilkins O. L. S., and signed October 9, 1908.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #351, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

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

Wilkins, Frederick William Baiden, O.L.S.

Alterations to the Plan of the Village of Marmora

A certified reproduction of the "Alterations in Plan of part of Village of Marmora shewing additional lots laid out by T. P. Pearce on Lots # 7 & 8 in Concession 4 Township of Marmora.” Surveyed by C. Fraser Aylsworth Jr. P. L. S., and signed July 18, 1891.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #285, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

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

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

Blackburn family papers

  • CA ON00156 2011-13
  • Fonds
  • 1901-1930

Collection contains:
1) Twelve letters from Nicholas Wood Blackburn to his future wife, Fannie Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Bateman and one from Lizzie to Nicholas, 1901-1902. Letters from Nicholas were written from Marmora, Blairton, Rat Portage [Kenora], Macdonald (Manitoba), Millbridge, Coe Hill Mines, L'Amable Station, and Turriff.
2) Colour photocopy of certificate of marriage of Nicholas Wood Blackburn and Fannie E. Bateman, 25 March1903
3) Last will and testament of Nicholas Wood Blackburn of Madoc Township, 1918
4) Photocopied diary entries of Lizzie Blackburn at the time of Nicholas's last illness, 1929-1930
5) Photocopy of a letter from the nurse who tended Nicholas Blackburn before his death, 1 January 1930

Blackburn, Nicholas Wood

Plan of the incorporated village of Marmora 1901

A certified reproduction of the "Plan of Incorporated Village of Marmora." The plan includes the Road Allowance between Concession 3 & 4 (west), side line between Lots # 8 & 9 (north), road allowance between Concession 4 & 5 plus Loucks Estate on part of Concession 5, Lot # 8 (east), and the Road Allowance between Lots # 5 & 6 (south). Surveyed by William R. Aylsworth, P.L.S., and signed September 31, 1901.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #307, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

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

Aylsworth, William Robert, O. L. S.

Plan of the village of Marmora in 1887

A certified reproduction of the "Plan of Marmora Village, situated on Lots # 6, 7 & 8, Concession 4 in Township of Marmora." Surveyed by Thomas O. Bolger, P.L.S., and signed September 3, 1887.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #265, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

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

Bolger, Thomas Oliver, P.L.S.

Plan of the village of Marmora

A certified reproduction of the "Plan of Village of Marmora laid out on farm Lots # 6-9, Concession 4 of Marmora Township. Requested by John Beatty, secretary of the Cobourg, Peterboro & Marmora Railway & Mining Co., proprietors of Lots # 6, 7, 8 & 9 of the 4th Concession of Marmora Township." Surveyed by E.C. Caddy, P.L.S., and signed December 2, 1868.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #129, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

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

Caddy, Edward Christopher B., P.L.S. & D.L.S.

Plan of Lot 6 in the Township of Marmora

A certified reproduction of the "Plan of Lot # 6 in the 4th Concession of Township of Marmora for Malcolm Cameron." Surveyed by John J. Haslett, P. L. S. and signed October 9, 1871.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #150, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

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

Haslett, John James, P.L.S. & D.P.S.

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.

Pitceathly papers and deeds

File contains manuscript quit claims and deeds concerning the following properties:
i) part of lot number nine, eighth concession, Township of Marmora, purchased by James Madison Tuttle and Laura Maria Tuttle from Richard O. Rothwell, 30 May 1877;
ii)-west half of lot number sixteen in the fifth concession of the Township of Madoc purchased by George Dean Dickson and Marian Ellen Wilson Dickson from Thomas Comerford, 2 December 1882;
iii)-five acres on lot fifteen, fifth concession in the Township of Madoc, purchased by Thomas Comerford from David Pitceathly, Thomas Kelso et al, 11 June 1884;

Plan of Gatling Co.'s Gold Mining Property and adjoining lots in Marmora

"Plan of Gatling Co.'s Gold Mining Property and adjoining lots, Marmora, County of Hastings, Ontario." Scale: 1:3000. Published by The Desbarats Lith. and Comp. Montreal.

Donated by the Col. W. N. Ponton Estate. Col. Ponton or a relation presumably made the additional pen-written notes on the map.

Gatling Company owned the Gatling and Tuttle shafts at the Delora Mine, which were first opened by the Gatling Gold and Silver Mining company in 1873.
Read more: http://www.marmorahistory.ca/1866-founding-of-deloro

Desbarats Lithography and Company

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

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.

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 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.

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