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 Glossary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
A county in Ontario containing Orangeville and Mono Township, 279 square km, population 45,657 by 1996 census.
Township in Dufferin County Ontario, 279 square km, population 6552 by census of 1996.
A town in Dufferin County Ontario, 70 km northwest of Toronto, population 21,498 by 1996 census.
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 County of Dufferin, Ontario, Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Dufferin County consists of three towns: Mono, Orangeville and Shelburne, and five rural townships: Amaranth, East Garafraxa, East Luther Grand Valley, Melancthon, and Mulmur.
In 2006 Dufferin County will be celebrating its 125th Birthday.
The goal of the 125 Committee is to bring the County together in celebration and at the same time highlight the diversity of the County, our rich heritage, our talented residents and exceptional hospitality.
www.dufferincounty.on.ca   (222 words)

 Ontario GenWeb
This area of Ontario is covered by Dufferin County GenWeb.
Dufferin County was established as a provisional county in 1874 with townships formerly in the counties of Grey, Simcoe, and Wellington.
Prior to the forming of Dufferin County "Melancthon Township and the village of Shelburne were located in Grey County; Mono and Mulmur Townships formed part of Simcoe County; while the village of Orangeville, and the Townships of Amaranth and parts of Garafraxa and Luther were under the jurisdiction of Wellington County."
www.rootsweb.com /~canon/research-area-dufferin.html   (386 words)

 Canadian Genealogy and History Links - Ontario
Cemeteries of Stormont and Dundas Counties Tombstone transcriptions from cemeteries in Stormont and Dundas Counties.
Finnish-Canadians of the 1901 Census of Ontario An extract all of the Finnish Canadians from the 1901 census for the districts of Thunder Bay, Rainy River and Kenora.
Bruce County Virtual Memorial To recognize and keep alive the memory of the achievements and sacrifices of the citizens of Bruce County who have served in the defence of freedom.
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 James Meek   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
William Herbert Meek was born Jan 13, 1869 in Ontario, and died Sep 30, 1921 in Galt, Ontario.
She was born Jun 1912 in Toronto, Ontario, and died Jan 25, 1993 in Scarborough.
She was born Sep 25, 1827 in County Armagh, Ireland, and died Jan 28, 1903 in Alton, Ontario.28, 1866, Alton, Ontario.
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 The Ontario Government   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
It is his former wife who claims to fear for her safety, and an officer with the Caledon branch of the Ontario Provincial Police who has sworn an affidavit under Section 810.2 saying she believes the man "will commit a serious personal injury" offence against the woman.
And then you have to ask yourself, if it was your children, and they were removed from you, wouldn't you be angry and mad as hell at the legal system, that those elected political potato heads cause violence issues to come forth.
This week in a Dufferin County courthouse, the ex-wife testified before Ontario Court Judge Katherine McLeod, who is presiding over the new 810 application.
www.fathers.ca /the_ontario_government.htm   (1120 words)

 CBC - Ontario Votes 2003 - Ridings
Manufacturing is the largest employer in this predominantly English-speaking southern Ontario riding, with some agriculture, particularly in beef, hog and dairy farming accounting for the labour force.
This riding includes Dufferin County, Egremont and Proton in Grey County, and Mount Forest, Arthur and Erin in Wellington County.
T.L. Kennedy, Ontario's premier from 1948 to 1949, held the former riding of Peel from 1919 to 1930, and again from 1937 to 1955.
www.cbc.ca /ontariovotes2003/riding/015   (311 words)

 Grey County,Ont.Genweb-Queries
The documents show that they were served on a Robert B. Smith, a John Campbell, (who I believe is his father-in-law), a James B Campbell (I believe a brother to his wife Sarah Ann Campbell and therefore his brother-in-law), and a Mary Smith (who I believe was Robert Blakely Smith’s aunt).
In particular, Emily Morrison married JOHN REID in 1881 at Flesherton, Artemesia Township, Grey County, Ontario.
Grey county and I believe the family I am after is either John H. Lynn or Robert Lynn as shown in a directory fo Grey county for the year 1865.
www.network54.com /Forum/13590/viewall-page-6   (5421 words)

 Publisher description for Library of Congress control number 2004353779   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Formed in 1881, Dufferin County is Ontario's youngest and smallest county, and though its rocky soil makes farming difficult, agriculture has always been the mainstay of Dufferin's economy.
But today's Dufferin County is also a richly textured community of communities.
Discover why tens of thousands of diverse-minded citizens are proud to call this quiet, largely rural southern Ontario county their home.
www.loc.gov /catdir/enhancements/fy0621/2004353779-d.html   (181 words)

 Autism Ontario Dufferin County: News
Serving the needs of autistic residents in the county of Dufferin.
Autism OntarioDufferin Chapter is issuing this Request for proposals (RFP) to solicit proposals from experienced Social Skills program coordinators to undertake the operation of our existing Social Skills programs and March break camp.
Note:  Autism Ontario - Dufferin County, reserves the right to CANCEL winter programming and re-issue the RFP, should a suitable proposal not be received in the time frame contained in the RFP.
asodufferin.ca   (299 words)

In 1829 William Hand moved to Mulmur Township, Ontario, Canada because he had a land grant of 200 acres.
The original Hand family farm is now the village of Stanton in Dufferin County, Ontario.
The earliest record of Harry is the 1900 Federal U.S. census for Chippewa County, Michigan.
harryhand.homestead.com   (315 words)

 KinNextions (Public Version) - aqwg706   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
John BURNETT was born about 1879 in Dufferin County, Ontario, Canada.
Peter HARE was born 1765 in Cumberland County, North Carolina.
He was part of a group migrating from Moore County to Wilcox County that included the Sheffields.
home.comcast.net /~hicarolyn/tree/aqwg706.htm   (719 words)

 Dufferin VOCA - Reform Children's Aid (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.virginia.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Dufferin VOCA aims to reform the Children's Aid Society (CAS) of Dufferin County Ontario.
We are changing direction, emphasizing exposure and approach to the Government of Ontario for relief.
Any person over 18 years of age with a residence or business in Dufferin County can join the Children's Aid Society for a membership of five dollars per year.
www.fixcas.com.cob-web.org:8888 /mid.htm   (599 words)

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d0001/g0000056.htm#I055ARMSTRONGRachel /ARMSTRONG/12 Jul 1884Mona Mills, Dufferin County, Ontario6 Apr 1947Chrisholm Twp., Nipissing District, Ontario
d0001/g0000070.htm#I066DELANEYFlorence /DELANEY/15 Jun 1922Chrisholm Twp., Nipissing District, Ontario
d0001/g0000067.htm#I063DELANEYJames /DELANEY/5 Dec 1907Chrisholm Twp., Nipissing District, Ontario24 Jun 1957Bowmanville, Ontario
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 Archives of Ontario: Phenix Family Fonds
The John Phenix family were farmers in Mono Township, Dufferin County, Ontario during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
1828) was a farmer and lived at Lot #17, Concession #1 east in Mono Township, Dufferin County, Ontario during the nineteenth century.
John Phenix (1860-1934) maintained the family farm at Lot #17, Concession #1 east in Mono Township, Dufferin County, Ontario during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
www.archives.gov.on.ca /english/interloan/phenix.htm   (270 words)

According to the Toronto Star dated August 21, 1901, Orangeville's population in 1891 was 2,962.
Vital Statistics (BMDs) in Dufferin County as published in the newspapers (including extras!).
My many thanks to everyone who has and is supplying information to the Dufferin County Section.
dufferin.ontarioobits.com   (951 words)

 Welcome to Pine River!
Pine River Outdoor Education Centre was a residential field study centre located near the historic hamlet of Horning's Mills in Ontario's Dufferin County.
Classroom teachers were given the opportunity to assist with the program planning so the residential learning experience did not become isolated from the curriculum.
The lessons taught out-of-doors became a vital component in a student's understanding of the Ontario Curriculum.
schools.tdsb.on.ca /pineriver   (478 words)

 Kidnap   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Linda stated that she tries to take him to the Dufferin Resource Centre once a week and to the park because he likes the swing.
Ken was placed at an approved foster home in Dufferin county.
Kim James, intake worker for Dufferin Child and Family Services, invited this consultant to observe Kenneth (Ken) in the foster home of K and F Clauser on November 17/99.
www.fixcas.com /ken/kidnap.htm   (9332 words)

 Area Support Groups | Dufferin County's Premier Business & Service Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Alzheimer Society of Dufferin realizes that it is difficult on families to care for Alzheimer patients.
Caregivers can often feel alone and isolated from friends, reluctant to ask for assistance, and experience stress that can affect their health.
We invite all women who are interested in joining a club which is committed to enhancing the lives of women here and internationally, while having fun and making new friends.
www.dufferindirectory.com /support.php   (341 words)

 The Other One's Norman McLAREN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Born: 12 Dec 1848, Lochiel Township, Glengarry County, Ontario
Norman married Margaret McNAB "Maggie" on 28 Dec 1881 in Breadalbane, Glengarry County, Ontario.
(Margaret McNAB "Maggie" was born on 12 Dec 1857 in Lochiel Township, Glengarry County, Ontario, died on 31 Mar 1947 in New Liskeard, Timiskaming Dist, Ontario and was buried in Breadalbane, Glengarry County, Ontario.)
members.fortunecity.com /mahmoud/7515.htm   (195 words)

 Margaret Jane Widdis, b: 1861 - (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.virginia.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Born: 4 JUL 1844 - Mono Township, Dufferin County County, Ontario, Canada
Born: 20 OCT 1889 - Mono Township, Dufferin County County, Ontario, Canada
Born: 7 JUN 1891 - Mono Township, Dufferin County County, Ontario, Canada
members.kos.net.cob-web.org:8888 /davem/gp470.html   (123 words)

 William Henry White, b: 1861 - Ontario, Canada
Marr: 20 MAR 1889 - East Garafraxa Township, Dufferin County, Ontario, Canada
Born: 1 JAN 1895 - Melancthon Township, Dufferin County, Ontario, Canada
Born: 24 JAN 1897 - East Garafraxa Township, Dufferin County, Ontario, Canada
members.kos.net /davem/gp81.html   (79 words)

 Dufferin County Ontario 1911 Census Indexing Project
Every name 1911 Canadian census, Ontario & BC Vital Stats with images.
Dufferin County consists of the following areas for the 1911 census.
The 1911 census became available to the public in July 2005.
www.allcensusrecords.com /canada/ontario/dufferin.shtml   (522 words)

 Dufferin County (Ontario, Canada) Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Dufferin County's boundaries are: north: Grey and Simcoe Counties east: Simcoe County south: Peel and Wellington Counties west: Grey and Wellington Counties Counties of Ontario Index
Amaranth East Luther Mono East Garafraxa Melancthon* Mulmur Townships of Ontario Index
Melancthon Township was part of Grey County during this time period.
members.aol.com /Winfieldpb/duffinfo.htm   (80 words)

 County of Dufferin, Ontario, Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The County of Dufferin has the following job opportunities:
Nursing Positions - Location: 151 Centre St., Shelburne
Director of Resident Care - Location: 151 Centre St., Shelburne
www.dufferincounty.on.ca /government_subsection.aspx?id=184   (35 words)

 Dufferin VOCA - Reform Children's Aid (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.virginia.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Dufferin VOCA aims to reform the Children's Aid Societies of the province of Ontario, with emphasis on Dufferin County.
Our connection with Dufferin is now mostly historical.
Our efforts at reform through a membership drive have been outlawed through changes to the bylaws, so reform can now only be achieved through the provincial government.
www.fixcas.com.cob-web.org:8888   (379 words)

 Crowns For Ashes Photography > Home
Thank you for your interest in my photography.  I would be proud to help you record your special memories and occasions.  Please feel free to browse my work, and email me with any questions you may have.  Pictures are important, and so is your decision to choose a photographer.  Enjoy your perusal!
8x10 Prints of Dufferin County in the Fall, as featured in Sideroads magazine, are now available for $25 each.
Announcing Fall 2006 Sideroads of Dufferin County Magazine.
www.crownsforashes.com   (119 words)

 4-H Ontario   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Dufferin Participates in 2006 Gencor Beef Challenge - 17-Oct-06
Dufferin County Cattlemen & Dufferin 4-H Annual Joint Information & Fundraising Event - 11-Jul-06
At 4-H Ontario we respect the privacy of our members,
www.4-hontario.ca /county.cfm?countyid=18   (60 words)

The purpose of Plume is to give young authors a voice.
1994- 1996 Founding Programme and Education Co-ordinator, Dufferin County Museum and Archives, Rosemont, Dufferin County, Ontario.
Duties included: Planning, organizing and carrying out events and programmes, and designing posters, brochures and other promotional material for the same.
www.liangoodall.com /resume.htm   (196 words)

 Dufferin VOCA - Audio Files
(mp3) A teenaged CAS punk bosses a Hamilton Ontario mother.
Canada Court Watch posted this in November 2004.
A ten-year-old boy in a Durham Ontario group home describes his experience.
www.fixcas.com /oppose/audio   (603 words)

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