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Hastings Village voters list fonds
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- Textual record
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1935; 1942 (Creation)
- Hastings Village
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The Village of Hastings was incorporated in 1875. It is on the Trent Canal system partially in Northumberland County and partially in Peterborough County. In its early history lumber from the northern part of Peterborough passed through Hastings locks on its way to Lake Ontario. It originally had a foundry, a cotton factory, flouring and grist mills as well as a stone Roman Catholic Church, the Church of England and Presbyterian and Methodist Churches. (Taken from: The Illustrated Historical Atlas of Northumberland and Durham Counties, Ontario. Belleville: Mika Silk Screening Limited, 1972.)
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This fonds consists of 2 voting lists from the Village of Hastings in Ontario from 1935 and 1942. Genealogical resource.
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Associated material located at the Archives of Ontario.
For related records see: 89-1063.