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  Toronto (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is the centre of the Greater Toronto Area.
The Toronto blessing, a controversial religious phenomenon, originated in the Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship in the Toronto, Ontario, Canada area.
Toronto was also a 1980s rock band from Toronto, Ontario.
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 Earls Family Chronicles - Christopher E. Brennen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Isabella Helena Mercer was born in 1850 in Etobicoke, Ontario.
Susannah Louisa Mercer Carpenter was born on Jan.30, 1815, and, on Jul.11, 1842, in Toronto, was married to Henry Ross Archer, born Mar.16, 1816, in County Armagh, Ireland.
Samuel Alexander Mercer was born on Aug.18, 1829, and on Jun.25, 1856, was married to Margaret Millar Graham, born Jul.30, 1831, in Toronto Township in the Gore, Ontario.
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 Geographical Names of Canada - The real story of how Toronto got its name
The earliest spelling of Toronto for the lake is on a 1695 map by Coronelli.
Toronto Township was a municipality until 1967 when it became the town of Mississauga.
Toronto Gore Township, to the northeast of Toronto Township, was formed in 1819.
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 Ontario mineral literature
Guillet, G.R. (1962) Vermiculite in Ontario, with an appendix on Perlite.
Harrington, B.J.; Adams, F.D. (1897) On a new alkali hornblende and a titaniferous andradite from the nepheline syenite of Dungannon, Hastings County, Ontario.
Naldrett, A. (1965) Heazlewoodite in the Porcupine District (Ontario).
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 History Regional, Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Ontario's Historical Plaques A photographic collection of Ontario's historical plaques erected throughout the province since the 1950's.
Ontario Heraldry The heraldry, coats of arms, crests and other insignia of the Province of Ontario and some of its cities.
Ontario Historical Society Non-profit corporation and registered charity founded in 1888 that provides educational resources, publications, and bulletins to both members and non-members.
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 growingup.html   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Ethel's father, Colin McEachran, was born in 1847 in Vaughan Township, Ontario, the son of Colin McEachran the Elder and Susan McVicar.
It is noteworthy that in the 1871 Census for Maryborough Township, J. Alex.
The Methodist Church of Ontario with its headquarters in Toronto was a highly centralized organization.
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 Decendants of John George Gertley of Ireland - pafg03.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Elizabeth Marjorie Gertley [scrapbook] (George Lipsette, John George) was born on 31 Jan 1898 in Elderslie Township, Ontario.
Isabell Marie Adlam "Marie" was born on 7 Jun 1929 in Toronto, Ontario.
Majorie Jean Adlam was born on 10 Feb 1933 in Toronto, Ontario.
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 Peel County   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Toronto Township was home to the Evans and Might Families from about 1873 to 1900.
When the Evans family moved to the west end of the city of Toronto around 1900, a new family plot was started at Prospect Cemetery after the death of Laura Emma in 1914.
Derry West is situated on the centre road, 4 miles south of Brampton, and 1 1/2 miles from Meadowvale, in the Township of Toronto.
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 Henry Pearson (II)
He was born in Toronto Township, November 28th, 1821.
After spending several years in business in Chingaucousy, he moved to Owen Sound, in 1865; and on the death of a young brother (Ephraim) in 1866, he moved back to the homestead, by his parent's request, to care for and support them in their old age.
Death reported by John Cowin Township of Osprey (a John Cowin is listed on the original Beatty Petition w Henry Sr.) on February 24, 1872.
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 Bulletin Board
Duncan was born in 1846 in East Nissouri Township and died in 1929 also in East Nissouri.
June 15, 1847 in Belleville, Ontario, marr: to Hannah KISER in Belleville abt.
Joshua was the father of 6 children all born in Ontario.
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 Notable Canadians
Nephew of James Beaty M.P. Called to the bar of Ontario 1855 and entered politics in 1877 as an Alderman for St James' Ward in Toronto.
Served as Reeve of the Township and Warden of Carelton County.
Served as Councilor of Cavan Township for five years and was elected as Conservative M.P.P. for the Riding of Durham East from 1894-1902.
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 Free Surname Search - Ontario
Surnames of Ontario, Canada : Surnames of Ontario is designed to help bring together researchers interested in the same surname.
The Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid is a pointer database consisting of the surnames, cemetery name and location of over 2 million interments from several thousand cemeteries, cairns, memorials, and cenotaphs in Ontario Canada.
This is a searchable index of all the birth, death and marriage notices found in the Ingersoll Tribune newspaper, Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada, from 1897-1970.
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 The Militant - 4/28/97 -- 200 Denounce Cop Killing In Toronto
Metropolitan Toronto police chief, David Boothby, who was at the scene shortly after the incident, issued a statement that claimed cops shot Dawson when he violently tried to seize a police officer's weapon and this allegedly led to two cops shooting him.
The Ontario provincial government's Special Investigations Unit (SIU), which investigates police killings and is responsible for laying charges, cleared Shank of any wrongdoing.
Police officers have shot 14 people in the greater Toronto area since 1990, most of them Black and some who were mentally ill. No cop has ever been convicted of these murders.
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 The Starks and My Entire Database   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Markel Anthony MCKEE was born in 2000 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Sharlene Edith MCKEE was born in 1951 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Thomas MCKEE was born in 1859 in North Dorchester Township, Ontario, Canada.
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 Hilton Township Vacation Rentals Beach-House 3BR, Bayfront, St. Joseph's Island / Hilton Township, Ontario Canada
East of Toronto, tucked neatly along the banks of the St. Lawrence River, is the vibrant port town of Brockville.
Toronto begs the attention of the hip and cultured.
Ontario is a marvelously differing vacation destination that has something to offer every visitor.
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 Welcome to the Township of Lake of Bays
The Township of Lake of Bays with its permanent population of 3,000 and seasonal population of 18,000 encompasses approximately 66,000 hectares (163,083 acres) of land.
The Township is situated 193 kilometres north of Toronto, within the District Municipality of Muskoka.
The Township of Lake of Bays was established in 1971 from the former Townships of Franklin, Ridout, McLean and Sinclair/Finlayson (unorganized) as one of six area municipalities within the District of Muskoka.
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 Open Directory - Regional:North America:Canada:Ontario:Metro Areas
The placement of this category within Ontario is in compliance with that used throughout the rest of Canada.
The Greater Toronto area is comprised the City of Toronto, the regional municipalities of Durham, Halton, Peel and York and the local cities/towns within the regional municipalities.
The Census Metropolitan Area of Kingston is in the southern region of Ontario, near Lake Ontario and southwest of Ottawa.
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 Descendants of John and Isabella Swales: Fourth Generation
Sam was baptized in Phelpston, Ontario on August 14, 1881, as Simon Swail.
Born in Medonte Township, he attended school in Rosemount, and had spent his life in the district as a farmer.
Editha SWAILE was born Tay Township, Simcoe County, Ontario April 17, 1921.
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 Toronto Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society
Toronto Branch has designed an electronic search that provides a complete printout of all details in every record where the request is found in all transcribed records of historic York County.
Links for Those Searching for Toronto Ancestors
British and Irish Record Society Publications at the Toronto Reference Library
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 Uxbridge Ontario, Canada
The Township of Uxbridge is located approximately 40 km northeast of Metropolitan Toronto, in the province of Ontario in Canada.
The Township has the 3rd largest geographic area (41,232 hectare) of the 8 municipalities which form the Regional Municipality of Durham.
However, the Township is the 2nd smallest municipality in Durham Region with a population of 17,377 in 2001, a 9.4% increase since 1996.
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 GroupN
JESSIE3 BUIE (ARCHIBALD2, JOHN1) was born January 16, 1842 in Islay, Scotland, and died April 01, 1892 in Elderslie, Ontario, Canada.
He was born August 27, 1835 in Islay, Scotland, and died February 09, 1920 in Elderslie, Ontario, Canada.
JOHN DARROCH: A graduate of the University of Toronto, John Darroch was an automotive and aircraft engineer in Detroit and Muskegon.
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 Transit History of Toronto, Ontario
The City of Toronto assumed all operations at the end of the TSR franchise 20 May 1891.
Lines in York township constructed for the municipality by the TTC commenced operation (by the TTC under contract) 1924.
Suburban Lambton line of the Toronto Suburban Railway Company in the Township of York acquired 25 November 1924.
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 THIRD GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Joseph James MCKEE was born on Dec 6 1857 in North Dorchester Township, Ontario, Canada.
He was married to Clarissa Ann ROBINSON (daughter of John ROBINSON and Mary PRESTON) on Apr 13 1887 in Dereham Township, Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada.
Clarissa Ann ROBINSON was born in 1866 in North Dorchester Township, Ontario, Canada.
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 CyberGran's Desk Cairns
William Cairns and Margaret McKellar were married by license by John Barcley in Toronto, Ontario.
It is part of the east half of Lot 9, Concession 3 of King township.
This Presbyterian cemetery was established circa 1834 and closed in 1958.Tthe Reverend John tawse preached here from 1834 to 1860.
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 City of Toronto: Toronto links
The City of Toronto is not responsible for the content of external Web sites linked from this page.
Links are posted at the discretion of the City of Toronto and may be removed without notice.
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
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 John Coyle - TheBestLinks.com - 1873, 1871, 1864, 1867, ...
John Coyle, 1873, 1871, 1864, 1867, Brampton, Ontario, Toronto Township, July...
John Coyle (July 21, 1863-1873) was Peel County's first representative in the Ontario Legislature.
A native of Toronto Township, this son of Mr.
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 Adamson's of Credit River Valley (Canada)
was a township in Peel County immediately west of York and north of Lake Ontario.
The Mississaugas were the Indians that lived in the Toronto Township area before white
from the Toronto and Mississauga area are descendants of Joseph Adamson.
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Note: richard Irwin of Toronto township, died 1856, leaving his property to
Directory of the Province of Ontario 1857, by Thomas B. Wilson and Emily S. Wilson pub Hunterdon House, Lambertonville, N.J. first pub in 1857 by John Lovell.
Ontario, Canada.Jane died 16 oct 1886 age 86 yrs.
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 Anthropology at Trent University - Susan Jamieson
She has undertaken field research in southern and northern Ontario, southern and northern Manitoba, and the state of Washington.
Her current research concerns regional interaction and its role in sociopolitical evolution in southern Ontario’s past, the elucidation of Aboriginal settlement in the middle Trent River Valley.
She has served as Chair, Department of Anthropology, Director of the M.A. program in Anthropology as a board member of The Ontario Heritage Foundation and is an editor of the journal Ontario Archaeology.
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 McCabeClan - McCabe
His holding was eventually to be known as "King Ridge Farm" which, a century later, was designated as a "Century Farm" of Ontario.
Of historical interest is the fact that this "farm" lay along the geographical "ridge" in "King" Township which separated the major watershed between Lake Simcoe and Lake Ontario.
A new brick church was erected in 1960 after the roof of the old church collapsed under the weight of heavy snowfall.
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