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Minto Township : Archives

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Births: A-C
Births :D-H
Births: K-Z
Church /Municipal Records
Minto Land Purchase Sept. 10-11,1854 {Names}
Minto Township Residents in 1867
1901 census of Minto
1911 Minto Township Census ( Surnames ONLY)
Assorted Births, Marriage, Deaths ( donated)
Marriages: Minto
Cotswold-Greenbush-Little Ireland-Poplar Grove- Newspaper Items
Baptisms : DREW
Drew Baptisms cont'd
Burials : Drew & Minto
Burials: Drew/Minto [Anglican]
Drew: Anglican Church Tombstones
Drew History Notes of Interest
Drew Newspaper Clippings 1920's
Drew Clippings 1930's
more 1930's Drew News
Drew Clippings : 1940's
Drew: 1950 News Clippings
Drew {Minto} : Marriages
Harriston 1901 census
Harriston Events from Fordwich Record
Palmerston 1901 census
Minto Photos: Past and Present
More photos
Minto Township Cemeteries [links with photos]
North Salem Cemetery-Minto
North Salem Cemetery- page 2
History Book
Genealogy Mailing Lists
Contact & Links

                           IN MEMORY
In Memory of Grant MacKenzie who did so much to preserve the history of Minto Township .
Grant had a love for history that led him to do his best to preserve the pround heritage of Drew,Ontario; The Presbyterian Church in Harriston along with his families history.
      Grant was also in WW2 having a proud career with Lancaster Bombers. He was also a very active in the Harriston branch of the Royal Canadian Legion

        WELCOME

This site is to assist in your search of family roots within the Township of Minto which takes in Clifford, Harriston, Palmerston and  Minto Township. This is a work in progress  .Submissions of Births , Deaths, Marriages or other related items that deal with Minto are most welcomed.

Please be aware that you  may find a mistake ( and their will be some) please let me know. However if there is a error in an official record I will not correct it, but rather place a note noting the suggested correction.

                           Acknowledgements

  • Eileen Wilson who translated some of the German records.
  • Mary Crandall for allowing us to post some of her marriages from her website. Please visit her site.
  • The local library for their 150% help with resources and ordering me books. Support your local libraries!
  • To the many members of the lists who have passed on some of the records.
  • Members of local Historical societies and genealogy groups
  • To the pioneers of our communities who by their "Faith" have made us proud of their past and look forward to the future.  
  • And to anyone who has help in anyway, Thank-You very much.

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"History: saving our yesterdays for tomorrow"
ęSheila Hill: 2004-2012