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  • Homesteads: Early Buildings and Families from Kingston to Toronto by Margaret McBurney and Mary Byers (Colborne excerpt)
    ImagePublication       "Colborne Major-General Sir John Colborne was Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada from 1828 to 1836. In his honour the village of Keeler’s Tavern changed its name. (One family in the province, according to Dr. Caniff, went further; it named triplet boys born during the governor’s tenure “Sir”, “John” and “Colborne”). The ...
    ImagePublication     "Colborne Major-General Sir John Colborne was Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada from 1828 to 1836. In his honour the village of Keeler’s Tavern changed its name. (One family in the province, ...
  • How Firm a Foundation: A History of the Township of Cramahe and the Village of Colborne
    ImagePublication       Text on dust jacket flap front and back written by Eileen Argyris – I didn’t grow up on the village streets of Colborne, or the country roads of Cramahe Township, but my children did. My ancestors were not among the pioneers. But it was my joy to live in Colborne ...
    ImagePublication     Text on dust jacket flap front and back written by Eileen Argyris – I didn’t grow up on the village streets of Colborne, or the country roads of Cramahe Township, ...
  • Colborne Women's Institute Scrapbook
    ImageText       Page number: 1 - Newspaper clippings 2 - Newspaper clippings - soccer 3 - Newspaper clippings - soccer 4 - 1956 Canadian Board on Geographical Names Letter about Colborne and Cramahe 5 - Plan of the organized part of Upper Canada, 1789 (Copy from reproduction in "The Trail of the ...
    ImageText     Page number: 1 - Newspaper clippings 2 - Newspaper clippings - soccer 3 - Newspaper clippings - soccer 4 - 1956 Canadian Board on Geographical Names Letter about Colborne and ...
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