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  Wayne County Ontario History
Ontario is located in the northwest corner of Wayne County, with Lake Ontario forming its northern border.
Ontario was one of the two locations of the iron industry in Wayne County.
It was said that a man from Ontario could be readily identified by the red dust on his carriage wheels, on his boots and on his mustache.
www.co.wayne.ny.us /Departments/historian/HistOntario.htm   (637 words)

 Huron County Ontario GenWeb
Huron County is located by Lake Huron, towards the western edge of the southwest corner of the province of Ontario.
Huron was the French name given to the tribe of Indians living in the upper end of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay.
The Huron Tract was purchased in 1827 and declared a District in 1842.
www.rootsweb.com /~onhuron   (843 words)

 Huron County Library - Library's History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
On September 19, 1941, a meeting was held at the Goderich Public Library for the purpose of considering the organization of a Huron County Library Association.
Huron County Council supported the association with a $200 grant in 1942.
In 1966, changes in provincial legislation encouraged the development of county library boards, and on January 1, 1967,all Huron County libraries were brought under a single library board and administration.
www.huroncounty.ca /library/pages/about/hurlibhis.html   (631 words)

 Huron County, Ontario - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Huron County, Ontario is a census division of the Canadian province of Ontario.
It is located by its namesake, Lake Huron, towards the western edge of the southwest corner of the province.
The current municipal boundaries have been in effect since 2001, after the provincial government imposed amalgamation of many villages, townships and towns throughout Ontario.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Huron_County,_Ontario   (276 words)

 Reference.com/Web Directory/Top/News/Newspapers/Regional/Canada/Ontario
Ontario Community Newspapers Association - OCNA is a non-profit industry association comprising about 265 member newspapers located throughout Ontario, and works to help its members by lobbying, providing tools and information about the industry and acting as a means to work together on common interests.
Ontario Press Council - Documents standards of conduct for newspapers in Ontario by representing the collective opinion of a newspaper's conduct shared by people from a broad cross-section of Ontario society and from the newspaper field, and adjudicates where complaints are filed.
The Beacon Herald - Daily newspaper serves the city of Stratford and the counties of Perth and Huron in Ontario, Canada.
www.reference.com /Dir/News/Newspapers/Regional/Canada/Ontario   (1883 words)

 Huron County Heritage
Their collection, kept in the log home in front of the Huron County Museum includes a wealth of genealogical and historical books, periodicals, manuscripts, maps, a collection of family histories and lineage charts, and cemetery transcriptions (about 98 per cent of gravestones in more than 100 burial grounds have been transcribed).
The Huron County Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society is a non-profit organization interested in genealogy and family history, with an emphasis on Huron County families.
The Governor's House was build in 1901 in the area of one of the courtyards, and illustrates the important status of this position within a rural Ontario Community in the early part of this century.
www.geocities.com /Heartland/Meadows/8965/heritage.html   (749 words)

 Welcome to the Huron County Library
By donating to the Huron County Library, you not only help the library itself but also the community at large that uses it.
The Huron County Library branches will also be closed for the Christmas holidays from December 24 to December 26 and December 31 to January 1.
Huron County Library staff will be happy to update your patron record to include your e-mail address.
www.huroncounty.ca /library   (511 words)

 Lyme disease in Huron county Ontario
Linda Stobo, of the Huron County Health Unit, said only one Huron County resident has been reported as having Lyme disease and that case was reported in 2004.
The Ontario Ministry of Health encourages prevention of tick bites by wearing long pants, long sleeved shirts, fully closed shoes or boots and tucking pants into socks while walking in grassy or wooded areas.
The primary carrier of the corkscrew-shaped Lyme bacteria in Ontario is the fl-legged tick.
www.canlyme.com /jerome.html   (1678 words)

 Friends of Ball's Bridge - Huron County, Ontario
I believe from a practical standpoint of attracting tourists to the county and for local transportation, Ball's Bridge should be repaired and reopened.
At the July 6 county council meeting, it was decided to extend the temporary closure of the 1885 iron bridge into 2007.
The Maitland Trail was created and is maintained for the purpose of allowing Huron County residents and visitors to observe and appreciate the beauty of the Maitland River as it winds down from Auburn to Goderich.
friendsofballsbridge.com   (1761 words)

 The dynamics of family farming in North Huron County, Ontario. Part II. Farm-community interactions. - Journal, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
In Ontario, the history of farming reflects a once strong connection between agriculture and rural communities.
This paper is the second of two reporting on a recent investigation of family farming in North Huron County, Ontario.
We then provide brief descriptions of the North Huron study area and our sample of family farms for purposes of establishing a community and farm development context for the research.
goliath.ecnext.com /coms2/summary_0199-31968_ITM   (1530 words)

 Bayfield Ontario Maps   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Huron County and Bayfield - Lake Huron Ontario Canada
is located in South Western Ontario, on the shores of Lake Huron.
These maps provide a general layout of Bayfield Ontario within the vicinity of Huron County, including a detailed MTO Road Map showing all neighbouring communities along the eastern lakefront of Lake Huron.
www.tamarackcottage.com /bayfield_ontario_maps.html   (99 words)

 Healthy Futures for Huron Agriculture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Healthy Futures for Huron Agriculture is a grant program for rural landowners who want to improve surface and ground water quality on their property.
Huron County is the lead agency working with the Maitland Valley Conservation Authority and the Ausable-Bayfield Conservation Authoritiy to deliver the program.
If you would like to see which projects are eligible for funding under this program, click on the "Eligible Projects" link at the top left portion of the screen.
www.huronstewardship.on.ca /index.cfm?page=86   (282 words)

 Huron County Region Map: Bayfield — Wingham | Canada Google Satellite Maps
With comprehensive destination gazetteer, maplandia.com enables to explore Huron County through detailed satellite imagery — fast and easy as never before.
You are in Huron County (Ontario, Canada), administrative region of level 2.
If you would like to recommend this Huron County map page to a friend, or if you just want to send yourself a reminder, here is the easy way to do it.
www.maplandia.com /canada/ontario/huron-county   (673 words)

 Bayfield Ontario   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Bayfield Ontario is approximately one hour and 15 minutes north west of London Ontario between Grand Bend and Goderich on the shoreline of Lake Huron.
Of course, Bayfield Ontario is most renown in the region for its mariner where boats up to schooner size can always be seen paraded along its wooden quays.
Sailing is a favourite pastime in the summer months and visitors just sail in from all parts of Lake Huron and the Great lakes.
www.tamarackcottage.com /bayfield_ontario.html   (189 words)

 More About The Huron Business Centre
The Huron Business Centre (HBC) is an enormous source of help for small business operators in Huron County.
It is a co-operative of several community-based organizations sharing a common mandate - to assist Huron County entrepreneurs in developing viable and sustainable businesses.
Included in this list of affiliates are: The Huron Employment Resource Centre, the Self-Employment Benefits Program, the Huron County Planning and Development Department and Huron County Ontario Works.
www.smallbusinesshuron.ca /aboutus.htm   (282 words)

 Bridges By County: Ontario - Huron County
Below is a list of all the available bridges for this county.
One of Ontario's most beautiful and rarest bridges is this two-span pin connected through truss whose fate is in question!
This short page showcases this bridge, a good example of a queen post truss bridge.
www.historicbridges.org /b_c_on_huron.htm   (217 words)

 Recent Ontario Birding Reports - Huron County
Sighting reports originating from the ONTBIRDS mail server network are repeated courtesy of the Ontario Field Ornithologists (OFO).
It was feeding/roosting/walking about on a stony spit in the park beside Lake Huron.
Fair warning that Hullett is open to hunters at all times but is generally quiet in the springtime.
www.web-nat.com /bic/ont/huron.html   (841 words)

The Archibalds of Kippen Scotland and Huron County Ontario.
Agnes Archibald died Nov 24 1890 in Hullet Ontario at the home of her daughter Margaret, and she is buried in the Burns Churchyard in Hullet.
In the 1881 census for Grey Ontario, which is nearby, there was a Thomas Ratcliffe born c1819 in England, wife Anne born c1824 England with a son Thomas G. born c1861 in Ontario - perhaps this was Alice's brother.
www.linneberg.com /skye/archibald1.html   (2436 words)

 Huron East, Ontario, Canada
It is the new zoning by-law for the Municipality of Huron East.
The zoning by-law will be in effect after the 20-day appeal period has expired on October 17th, 2006, provided there are no appeals to the new by-law.
Copies of the new zoning by-law are available for viewing at the Huron East Municipal Office at 72 Main Street South in Seaforth, at the Huron County Planning & Development Department, or at the Brussels and Seaforth Libraries.
www.huroneast.com /zoning.php   (126 words)

 Huron County (Ontario, Canada) Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Huron County's boundaries are: north: Bruce County east: Perth County south: Middlesex County west: Lake Huron Counties of Ontario Index
Numbers refer to the Townships of Bruce County map (to the right) Ainleyville* Fordwich Auburn 4 Goderich Bayfield Gorrie Blyth Hensall Brussels Seaforth Clinton Wingham Crediton Wroxeter Dungannon Zurich Exeter *Ainleyville became Brussels in 187_.
Marriages involving Huron County residents may have taken place in neighbouring counties.
members.aol.com /winfieldpb/huroinfo.htm   (89 words)

 Libraries, Archives & Museums of Huron County Ontario GenWeb
THE NORTH HURON MUSEUM is located in the former Post Office.
The Marine Museum is located in the wheel house of the "SS Shelter Bay" at the Goderich Harbour.
The Seaforth and Area Museum is a self guided tour of a collection of historic photos and artifacts dating back to the mid 1800's.
www.rootsweb.com /~onhuron/libraries.htm   (434 words)

 Huron County, Ontario, Listing #   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
For many Ontarians, the shores of Lake Huron are more about the past than the present.
It's the mix of sun, sand and history that makes Huron County a choice spot to reconnect with the greatest of the Great Lakes - Lake Huron - Ontario's West Coast.
Whether you're looking for a future retirement property, a family home or a vacation property, Huron County has you covered.
www.lakesideliving.on.ca /4a_feature_sheet.php?ltl=101940   (209 words)

 IngentaConnect The dynamics of family farming in North Huron County, Ontario. Pa...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
IngentaConnect The dynamics of family farming in North Huron County, Ontario.
This paper explores contemporary change on the farm side, with attention to the nature and causes of diversity in a local family farming system.
Data from a survey of family farms in northern Huron County, Ontario, were used to document variations in farm development trajectories and to explore the interactive importance of factors relating to the farm economy, the farm business and the household.
www.ingentaconnect.com /content/bpl/cag/2004/00000048/00000002/art00007   (337 words)

 Grieve's of Huron County, Ontario   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
William Grieve and his wife Rachel Thompson, of Mintodeanfit (by Hawick) and of Barnbills (parish of Minto), Roxburgh.
left Scotland with their six children, and settled in Huron County.
He died around 1839 in Huron Co., Ontario, and is buried at Harpurhay cemetery, Seaforth, Ontario.
homepages.rootsweb.com /~maryc/huron.htm   (300 words)

 Welcome to Central Huron
Short drive from Lake Huron and area attractions.
Enjoy the quaint Victorian Home (circa 1875) which features a queen size bed and antique double bed with charming country and Victorian décor.
Located 6 km/3.75 miles west of Clinton off Hwy #8 between Clinton and Goderich.
www.centralhuron.com /visitors/accomodations.html   (303 words)

 Ancestors of Katharina Hieronymus-[26]
Confirmation; 27 Mar 1864; St Peter's Lutheran Church, Zurich, Hay Twp, Huron Co, Ontario, Canada.
Katharina married James Cochrane-[25] [MRIN:13], son of John Cochrane-[51] and Margaret McGaan-[52], on 9 Mar 1871 in, Huron County, Ontario, Canada.
, christened on 17 Apr 1836 in Dundonald, Ayrshire, Scotland, died on 21 Oct 1920 in Hay Twp, Huron County, Ontario, Canada and was buried in Hillsgreen Cem, Huron County, Ontario, Canada.)
gray-forrest.freeservers.com /26.htm   (204 words)

 Ancestors of James Cochrane-[25]
1861 Census; 14 Jan 1861; Hay Twp, Huron County, Ontario, Canada.
James married Katharina Hieronymus-[26] [MRIN:13], daughter of Wilhelm Hieronymus-[53] and Margaretha Dengel-[54], on 9 Mar 1871 in, Huron County, Ontario, Canada.
(Katharina Hieronymus-[26] was born on 12 Feb 1850 in Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada, died on 25 Mar 1930 in Zurich, Ontario, Canada and was buried in Hillsgreen Cem, Huron County, Ontario, Canada.)
gray-forrest.freeservers.com /25.htm   (238 words)

 Bayfield Bridge on Kings Highway 21 Historic Canada Truss Bridge in Huron County Ontario
It was only while traveling down Long Hill Road leading to Lake Huron, that a casual glance back revealed the truss nature of the bridge.
Apparently, even the new-looking bridges on major Ontario highways may be truss bridges!
I do wish however that MTO had selected railings that better complemented the historic nature of the bridge.
www.historicbridges.org /truss/bayfield   (317 words)

 Ashfield-Colborne Lakefront Association (ACLA)
2006-04-30: summary of Huron County Health Unit's 2005 beach-testing results for the public beaches in ACLA's service area.
ACLA is a not-for-profit "umbrella" organization representing the Lake Huron lakefront associations from Amberley to Goderich in Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh Township, Huron County, Ontario.
In 2005, the Huron County Health Unit (HCHU) is undertaking phase one of a septic-system reinspection program that we hope will become permanent.
northwesthuron.com   (485 words)

 Huron County Ontario 1911 Census Indexing Project
Every name 1911 Canadian census, Ontario & BC Vital Stats with images.
Huron County consists of the following areas for the 1911 census.
The 1911 census became available to the public in July 2005.
allcensusrecords.com /canada/ontario/huron.shtml   (581 words)

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