1 edition of history of Froomefield, Moore Township found in the catalog.
history of Froomefield, Moore Township
Jean Turnbull Elford
Written in English
Reprint from Ontario Historical Society, 1958.
|Statement||by Jean Elford.|
|Contributions||Ontario Historical Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9 p. ;|
Upper Canadian History to , records Assumption, Essex, Black List - tories who sided with Great Britain, an account book in the 's, maple leaf in emblem of Canada, memoirs of colonel John Clark, post office in simcoe county, Jan VIII: Navies on Lake Ontario , nottawassaga river route, Kingston, Cataraqui. Jean Turnbull Elford ELFORD and author of Lambton County history reference books including A History of Lambton County and Canada West's Last Frontier: A History of Lambton, and smaller volumes such as A History of Froomefield, Moore Township (about her home village). Many of her articles arose from her family tradition of ships and sailing.
Moore Township author keeps history of Nazareth Speedway alive in new book Updated ; Posted By Pamela Sroka-Holzmann | For Moore Genealogy (in Northampton County, PA) USA (1,,) > Pennsylvania (62,) > Northampton County (1,) > Moore (15). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages.
About this Item: Lawson & Jones Ltd., Ontario, Canada, Card Covers. Condition: Near Fine. Fully Illustrated with Photographs (illustrator). Blue card covers of this book edited by John J. Klauke outlining engineering history in Lambton County remain in Near Fine condition. Research genealogy for Phoebe Ann Major of Froomefield, Moore Township, Lambton County, Ontario, Canada, as well as other members of the Major family, on Ancestry®.
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Froomefield [sic] Early Settlers Cemetery, Moore Township. Ontario Genealogical Society - Froomefield Early Settlers Cemetery (Froomfield, Ont.) - 4 pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a Title: Froomefield [sic] Early Settlers Cemetery, Moore Township: Author: Ontario Genealogical Society.
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A short history of the formation of Moore Township. Ina large swath of land north of Bethlehem, between Easton and Northampton (what is now Allentown), and nestled against the Blue Mountains, was officially incorporated into a township Moore.
It was named after John Moore, a member of the Pennsylvania General Assembly. Minnesota Historical Society. Kellogg Blvd. Paul, MN • Box office: • Contact MNHS • Locations & Hours. At the commission’s monthly meeting on Wednesday, J Township Supervisor Richard Gable announced that several copies of the book, which contains brand new information about the last remaining one-room schoolhouse in the township, have already been sold.
The book is the result of much hard work and research by the commission, whose members are working to repair the one-room school. This book tells about the many interesting hotels and boarding houses that were in operation from to in Moore County, North Carolina. The railroads arrived in the s and many new communities soon followed.
Froomefield Women's Institute and this spawned Alice's interest in local history. Alice has written for and edited six township histories, including Euphemia Township's history. Over the years she has written history columns for publications in London, Seaforth, Lucan and Ailsa Craig.
The survey carried out by Roswell Mount in set apart the townships. Moore was named in honour of Sir John Moore, a British army captain who was killed in the battle of Corunna, Spain in At the time of the survey, there were 24 settlers in Moore Township.
These. The following maps and pen and ink drawings of local historic sites are part of the book, but are not included in this web site document. The book may be purchased at the Willow Grove Chamber of Commerce or from the Historical Association through the web site.
Maps Manor of Moreland, Controversial strips of Manor land, – File Size: KB. Moore Genealogy & History. Moore is an English surname over years old, originally describing location, living near a "moor" (marshy bog). In Moore family history, the most famous is philosopher Sir Thomas More, King Henry VIII's chancellor until he lost the king's favor and his head in.
Planning/Zoning. Zoning Zoning Officer Jason Harhart has been in this position since Harhart, a lifelong resident of Moore Twp, is a graduate of Northampton Area High School and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree, as well as a PA State Teacher Certification from East Stroudsburg University in.
published his History of North Carolina. His son, Charles Godwin Moore, was just twenty-one. It is an amazing coincidence that both Thomas Gale Moore and his great-great-grandfather, Godwin Cotton Moore, were born on November 6.
It is even more surprising that their first sons, Charles Godwin Moore IV and John Wheeler Moore, were born on. Cruikshank: Notes on the history of shipbuilding and navigation on Lake Ontario up to the time of the launching of the steamship Frontenac, at Ernesttown, Ontario, 7th September,XXIII, Froomefield, Lambton County Elford: A History of Froomefield, Moore Township, L.
Froome () and Field () Talfourd emigrated from England in and in the following year took up adjoining lots here in Moore Township.
Froome had previously served in H.M.S. Ariadne under Captain Frederick Marryat, the author Field soon moved to the United States, then back to England, where he became an accomplished portraitist.
Clair Township summer joy, past and present, could be found in the water (August, ) Moore Museum celebrates 40 years of heritage preservation (July, ) Moore Museum volunteers receive provincial Volunteer Service Awards (June, ) Couple’s book shadows Group of Seven (May, ).
- a cholera epidemic had swept through Moore Township in - Froomefield is now located within St. Clair Township Sons of Rev. Horatio Walpole Bucke: George Walpole Bucke () m.
Frances Radcliff () - buried in Froomefield cemetery – gravestone exists in good condition (Mar. ) Dr. Edward Horatio Bucke (d. Moore Township Community News, Bath, Pennsylvania. 2K likes. Moore Township is a large, rural community containing 38 square miles in north-central Northampton County, ers: K.
history of northampton county, pennsylvania, illustrated, edited by davis. philadelphia and reading: peter fritts, Moore Twp. contains one riverine drainage divide such that to the west it is drained into the Delaware River via historic Catasauqua Creek, Monocacy and especially Hokendauqua creeks, all of which originate in the township and are tributaries of the Lehigh River, and by the south and east draining Bushkill Creek tributary of the Delaware River (upper right corner of map above and right).County: Northampton.
Located at the Humanities and Social Sciences Department at the Toronto Reference Library, the OGS Library has a large collection of genealogical resources. These resources are for reference use only and are non-circulating. Included is a unique collection of Ontario family histories as well as Ontario cemetery transcriptions, genealogy guides books, local histories with an emphasis on Ontario.
history published in that: “The Young People’s Society at St. originally been mounted on a wall of St. Mary’s Anglican Church, Froomefield and was later transferred to St. Stephen’s continue with the rigours of pioneer life in Moore Township, had departed many years before for .(Originally published in ) I found this description of Moore Township in the edition of History of Northampton County.
There have been a few changes since It became a township in and it was proposed to name it “Penn” but the present name was given in honor of John Moore, a representative in the Provincial Assembly in A young child walks the railroad tracks and gazes at the city of Moore. Photo taken inprior to Oklahoma statehood.
Moore's Stop: An Historical View of an Oklahoma Community.