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Plan of Plainfield village 1873

An original plan of Plainfield Village, part of the south end of Lot # 24, in Concession 7, Township of Thurlow. The River Moira runs through the centre of the village. Buildings, names of grantees/grantors etc. are depicted. Surveyed by P. L. S. John Emerson and signed in May 1873. Scale one chain to an inch.

Donated by the Glanmore National Historic Site in 2016.

Emerson, John, P.L.S.

Plan of Plainfield village 1875

A copy of an original plan of Plainfield Village, part of the south end of Lot # 24, in Concession 7, Township of Thurlow. The River Moira runs through the centre of the village. Surveyed by P. L. Surveyors Evans and Bolger and signed December 4, 1875. Scale two chains to an inch.

Donated by the Glanmore National Historic Site in 2016.

Evans and Bolger

Plan of Planefield in the Township of Thurlow

A certified reproduction of the Plan of Planefield in west Lot # 23 in 6th Concession, Thurlow Township, for proprietor William W. Fox. Surveyed by John Emerson, P.L.S. and signed September 1868.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #132, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

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

Emerson, John, P.L.S.

Plan of part of the village of Plainfield

A certified reproduction of the "Plan of part of the Village of Plainfield, being also a part of Lot # 24, Concession 7, Thurlow Township, for the trustees & executor of Fairfax Fearnley.” Surveyed by Evans and Bolger, P.L.S., and dated January 8,, 1885.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #239, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

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

Evans and Bolger

Map of Thurlow Township with annotations

A map of Thurlow Township featuring the addition of handwritten annotations. Concessions, railways, proprietors, businesses and locations are featured. The map extends from the Bay of Quinte in the southwest to Roslin the northeast. Circa 1950 (Bakelite plant opened c. 1948 and the Foxboro Cheese Factory closed in 1961).

Specific annotations are as follows: Halloway Grist Mill, Latta Bridge, Plainfield Grist, Saw Mill, O'Brien's Bridge, Grist Mill, Canning Factory Foxboro, Footbridge, Cheese Factory, Fairfields Bridge, Dam Corbyville, Distillery, Cannifton Dam, Grist & Saw Mill, Quarry & Substation, Round House, Brickyard, Graham's Dried Foods, Bell Telephone Lines, Hydro Power Lines, and Cement Works.

South and Central Hastings Map

"Cummins Rural Directory Map:" A map of South and Central Hastings, in 1923, featuring post offices, hamlets and lot owners. Map is surrounded by advertisements. Published by Cummins Map Co., Toronto. Dimensions 71cm x 50.5cm.

Cummins Map Company

Plainfield : miscellany

File contains a newspaper clipping from the Ontario Intelligencer, 14 April 1959 concerning the election of officers of the Plainfield Women's Institute. Also includes an obituary of Harry McCreary, Plainfield, telephone pioneer and former owner-operator of the McCreary Telephone Company who created early rural telephone lines in Thurlow and Sidney Townships. Also present is a duplicate copy of a printed booklet entitled “Progress Report : Ontario Homes for Mentally Retarded Infants, Plainfield, May 1951-December 1965. “

Plainfield : developmentally challenged children

File contains a printed booklet entitled “Progress Report : Ontario Homes for Mentally Retarded Infants, Plainfield, May 1951-December 1965. Also present is an article from The Intelligencer, 23 March 1970 profiling Leonora Velleman, retiring superintendent of nurses at the Ontario Homes for Mentally Retarded Children at Plainfield.