A developmental history of the Macdonell-Williamson House and lands

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The Review , Vankleek Hill, Ont
Macdonell-Williamson House (Ont.), Architecture, Domestic -- Ontario -- East Hawkesbury., East Hawkesbury (Ont.) -- Biogr

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East Hawkesbury (Ont.), Ontario, East Hawkes

Other titlesMacdonell-Williamson House National Historic Site
StatementValerie Verity.
GenreBiography.
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LC ClassificationsF1059.5.E145 V38 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination68 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6822474M
ISBN 100969582420
LC Control Number00303227
OCLC/WorldCa39347785

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He also made noteworthy contributions to the region's public life as a judge in the Ottawa district (), and later as a member of the Upper Canada House of Assembly. Macdonell died in Pointe Fortune in Inthe Williamson family bought the house. It. A developmental history of the Macdonell-Williamson House and lands: Verity, Valerie: Books - or: Valerie Verity.

Friends of the Macdonell-Williamson House Inc. was appointed custodian in Book The Macdonell-Williamson House, National Historic Site. by Valerie Verity Vankleek Hill, Ontario: The Review, $ View More Books Directions to House. 45°33’48" N 74°23’" W. Colonel Macdonell and his wife, Catherine MacDonald, were the parents of "John the Priest" Macdonell.

"Spanish John" built his house by the Raisin River in Glengarry County, Upper Canada. Buy A developmental history of the Macdonell-Williamson house and lands by Verity, Valerie (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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William’s lands were divided after his death; Normandy went to his eldest son, Robert, and England to his second surviving son, William.

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The Macdonell-Williamson House in Hawkesbury, Ontario - also known as Poplar Villa - was built by fur-trader John Macdonell in He built the house because he had six children, and those six children needed a lot of room to grow.

He "planned well" as six more children were born in the home making them a family of A developmental history of the Macdonell-Williamson House and lands Le développment de l'histoire de la maison MacDonell-Williamson [Retour au haut de la page].

The Macdonell-Williamson House is a lovely gem just on the border of Ontario and Quebec. The house was owned by Macdonell a fur trader and partner in the Northwest Company. Upon Macdonell's death inthe house was passed on to his youngest son, John Beverly Palafox Macdonell.

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While the house was an important and historic portage place, and John operated a supply store for voyageurs, the house also became the home of the Williamson family in the later s and s, an important. Please note: Although some of these records have been digitized and made available online, there are many records that are only available in paper or microfilm format at NARA locations.

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