Item DA 2012.16(2) - Voters' List of the Town of Deseronto for the year 1914

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CA ON00156 DA 2012.16(2)

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Voters' List of the Town of Deseronto for the year 1914

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  • 1914 (Creation)

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1 volume of 46 pages

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Deseronto, Ontario was incorporated as a town in 1889. The settlement had become a village in 1871, known as Mill Point. It was given the name Deseronto in 1881, after Captain John Deserontyon, the leader of the 20 families who settled in the area as the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte in 1784.

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Donated to the Deseronto Archives by Wyn and Bill Harvey in November 2012.

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This voters' list was transcribed by Dyan Bonter in 2016.

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Also donated as part of this accession was a top hat which belonged to Joseph Thompson, livery driver for the Rathbuns, c.1914 (2012.16(1)).

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