2 edition of history of Vaughan Township found in the catalog.
history of Vaughan Township
George Elmore Reaman
Maps on end-papers.
|Statement||G. Elmore Reaman.|
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|Number of Pages||346|
A history of Vaughan Township (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ). Savage, Dave. Directory of railway stations of Ontario, Volume I (Coburg: Canadian Station News, ) ISBN Sauriol, Charles. Tales of the Don, (Toronto: Natural Heritage/Natural History Inc., ) ISBN Scott, Harley E. The record of transcriptions of the Blue Church Burying Ground in Augusta Township, Grenville County includes a number of entries from the late s to the early s. Many are of family groups and the information includes a bit of the history of the Church of England in that area, as well as some background on a few of the families mentioned.
Author of List of voters for the township of Vaughan, , By-laws no. & , of the municipality of the township of Vaughan, to regulate houses of public entertainment and for imposing duties on taverns and shop licenses, List of voters for the township of Vaughan, The township was named after Benjamin Vaughan, a British commissioner who signed a peace treaty with the United States in Despite the hardships of pioneer life, settlers came to Vaughan in considerable numbers. The population grew from 19 men, 5 Communities: List of major subdivisions, .
Books Notes Material written in but assembled by Valerie Cole and Janet Watt, nieces of Marion Keffer, and donated to OGS in after Marion's death.; Includes bibliographical references Publisher Marion Keffer Place of Publication Toronto, ON Collation vi., 21, 7 lvs.: ill., map Subject(s). Early Settlements of King Township by Elizabeth McClure Gillham, published in , gives lots of local history, especially of the hamlets and small towns of the township. The book Genealogy in the York Region says that the LDS has this, LDS #, item King township, York County by Mary Garbutt was published in Return to Top; Markham.
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A History of Vaughan Township: Two Centuries of Life in the Township Hardcover – January 1, by G. Elmore Reaman (Author), George C.H. Snider (Foreword) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(2).
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Maple, Ontario: Vaughan Township Historical Society, Tall octavo. Blue cloth. (xiv), pp + plates. Illustrations in text, index, mapped history of Vaughan Township book. VG clean jacketless copy. Contains twenty drawings by Thoreau MacDonald. Edison C kg parcel. A history of Vaughan Township, northwest of Toronto, from early settlement through the mid 20th century, with a focus on the 19th century.
Illustrated with black and white photographs and drawings. Includes appendices and index. May require extra postage due to weight of book. A history of Vaughan township: two centuries of life in the township Reaman, George Elmore,Book, pages.
History of Vaughan township churches. Maple, Ontario, Canada: Vaughan Township Historical Society, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Patricia Somerville; Catherine Macfarlane.
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Ontario: Ontario: Vaughan Township Historical Society,1st Edition, First Printing, hardcover, a Near Fine copy, in a lightly rubbed Very Good+ dustjacket, pages, b&w photos, an extensive history with many many family references and genealogical info, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo.
George C.H. Snider, There is a map inside front cover and a small rectangle cut from the top edge otherwise good to very good.
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- by George Elmore Reaman online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition. The first white child born in the Township of Vaughan is said to have been Susan Munshaw, who afterwards became Mrs.
Wright. The School Inspectorate of North York consists of the townships, towns and villages of the North Riding, together with that part of the Township of Vaughan north of the second side-road, which separates between lots ten.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Woodbridge had its origins with the British Crown granting the west half of Lots 6 and 7 and Concession 7 of Vaughan Township to Jacob Philips and Hugh Cameron in Woodbridge proper, however, did not begin to take the form of a settlement or village until the arrival of Rowland Burr in Collection of the month: VAUGHAN TOWNSHIP CHURCHES COLLECTION This collection consists of records generated from the creation of the book A History of Vaughan Township Churches.
This project, was commissioned by the Vaughan Township Historical Society and chronicles the history of Vaughan churches and congregations from to A History of Vaughan Township.
Hardcover – Jan. 1 by G. Elmore. Reaman (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other 5/5(2). A History of Vaughan Township Hardcover – Jan.
1 by G. Elmore Reaman (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(2). As a result of postwar growth, the township of Vaughan was incorporated as a town in and, exactly 20 years later, the town was raised to the level of a city. In the s and s, Vaughan’s economy and population grew even more, changing the character of the area from a suburban collection of communities to an urban centre.
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Aristocratic Toronto, Lucy Booth Martyn, Gage Publishing, ; Estates of Old Toronto, The, Liz Lundell, The Boston Mills Press, ; History of Scarborough, A, Robert R.
Bonis Ed., Scarborough Public Library, ; History of Vaughan Township, G. Elmore Reaman, U of T.The book "A history of Vaughan township" by G.E. Reaman has a lot of information about the Puterbaugh of Vaughan.
It has a great index and the name Puterbaugh is in it quite a bit. G.E. Reaman also wrote an amazing book "Trail of the Black Walnut" where he details the journey of the various Pennsylvania Dutch families to Ontario, including.