Prior to the closure of the one room school house in the mid 1960’s the rural landscape of Elizabethtown was dotted with wood, stone and brick one room school houses. They served the needs of the families who lived near these schools. Some schools were located on the border with neighbouring townships and were shared […]
Village of Lyn
In 1997 the street commissioners of the village of Lyn heard that the old Stewart’s Garage on the Main Street was for sale and thought that it would be a good thing for the village to purchase it and fix it up as a museum for area artifacts and meeting rooms. After much researching of […]
The Tincap cemetery is one of the older cemeteries in the region. It has not been maintained and is not owned by the municipal government. It’s historic name is Sand Hill Cemetery and is located approximately here. If you have more information on this cemetery please share it with us.
The Ireland Family in Kitley Township, Ontario (photos and articles written and submitted by Cherylynn Ireland, 2020) Isaac Ireland b.1776 d. circa 1833 and Susan Cornell b.1771 d.1826 came north to Kitley Township circa 1800 as part of a Cornell family group from near Schaghticoke, upper New York state, where their families had farms sharing […]