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  • Plan of the Town of St. Thomas
    Plan of the Town of St. Thomas
    image       Scale: 400 ft. = 1 inch.
    image     Scale: 400 ft. = 1 inch.
    Elgin County Archives
  • Fire Insurance Plan- Belmont, April 1894
    Fire Insurance Plan- Belmont, April 1894
    image       Scale statement reads:"50 ft. = 1 inch".In upper-right corner, scale is"500 ft = 1 inch".
    image     Scale statement reads:"50 ft. = 1 inch".In upper-right corner, scale is"500 ft = 1 inch".
    Elgin County Archives
  • Fire Insurance Plan- Fingal, Oct. 1896
    Fire Insurance Plan- Fingal, Oct. 1896
    image       Scale statement reads:"50 ft.= 1 inch".In upper-left corner, scale is"500 ft. = 1 inch".
    image     Scale statement reads:"50 ft.= 1 inch".In upper-left corner, scale is"500 ft. = 1 inch".
    Elgin County Archives
  • Map of the County of Elgin, Ont.
    Map of the County of Elgin, Ont.
    image       Map of the County of Elgin, Ont. (1 map): includes 1877 statistics of the County of Elgin, from County Clerks reports.
    image     Map of the County of Elgin, Ont. (1 map): includes 1877 statistics of the County of Elgin, from County Clerks reports.
    Elgin County Archives
  • Plan of Dunwich
    Plan of Dunwich
    image       Scale- Forty Chains to an Inch
    image     Scale- Forty Chains to an Inch
    Elgin County Archives
  • "Counties of Middlesex, Oxford, and Norfolk"
    "Counties of Middlesex, Oxford, and Norfolk"
    image       Map depicting townships in Middlesex, Oxford, and Norfolk Counties, including townships that formed Elgin County in 1852. Several of the villages noted on the map have since disappeared or changed names. These include: Selborne, Five Stakes (now Talbotville), Temperanceville, Jamestown, Sandytown (now Straffordville). Map also depicts early roads and the ...
    image     Map depicting townships in Middlesex, Oxford, and Norfolk Counties, including townships that formed Elgin County in 1852. Several of the villages noted on the map have since disappeared or changed ...
    Elgin County Archives
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