The original 1861-62 map was a large paper on cloth wall map showing all the townships I Leeds and Grenville County. We so happen to have one of these large maps in the museum. However in 1973 Mika Publishing in Belleville reproduced these maps by township in a book called: Historical Atlas of Leeds & Grenville, Ontario” Also included in this book are excerpts and illustrations from Thad. Leavitt’s book “History of Leeds and Grenville from 1749 to 1879” published in 1879.

We have shown an overview view of the map,and then individual sections.

Kitley Township full Map

 

Concessions 6,7,8,9 Eastern side of Township
Concessions 8,9, 10 on the Eastern side of the Township
Concessions 4,5,6 & 7 on the Eastern side of the Township
Concessions 1,2,3,& 4 on the Eastern side of the Township
Concessions 1,2,3 & 4 on the Western side of the Township

 

Concessions 5,6,7 & 8 on the Western side of the Township
Concessions 7,8,9, and 10 on the Western side of the Township

3 thoughts on “Kitley Township Map of 1861-62

  1. My grandfather (James Stewart) was the son of A.(Adam) Stewart of Concession 7 East side. They shared land with the Kinches.

    • Alison my great-great-grandfather was Michael Bogan whose farm was 4-lots north of your grandfather’s Kinch lot on the other side East) of Kinch Road. I have visited the area several times in the past. I am seeking to learn where the Bogan’s and other Irish settlers in the area (imported to work on the Rideau Canal by the local contractors) lived in Ireland. Do you have any information that may be helpful? Thomas Karle, Niles, Michigan, Karle3407@gmail.com. 269-687-2881

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