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From: "Denise DeForge" <>
Subject: Re: [ONT-STORMONT-DUNDAS-GLENGARRY] Maps Ontario and Quebec showingevery town but no highways.
Date: Sun, 7 Oct 2007 15:48:30 -0400
References: <EDF3A856-0573-4D2E-9212-6A4E0CF8FD15@cogeco.ca><3BDF90C8FB274003B2E276B4EA3BF04B@Upstairs><EDF3A856-0573-4D2E-9212-6A4E0CF8FD15@cogeco.ca><3.0.6.32.20071006161350.007e3780@pop3.norton.antivirus><3.0.6.32.20071006200158.007e3870@pop3.norton.antivirus>
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Thank you Paul!
I came across this a while back, and now I am happy to thank you "in person"
for what you have posted! It is indeed very helpful.
Denise

-----Original Message-----
From:
[mailto:] On Behalf Of
Beaurega
Sent: Saturday, October 06, 2007 8:02 PM
To:
Subject: Re: [ONT-STORMONT-DUNDAS-GLENGARRY] Maps Ontario and Quebec showing
every town but no highways.

Hi Gary,

I am stunned that you received the first posting. When my original came
back to me, it said:
<<< No Message Collected >>> and that was it in the body of the message.

So I reposted it as a message just from me and that one never showed up.

The map I posted was very helpful to me and many others 10 years ago. When
someone gets a mis-spelled town name, I usually scan for fragments of the
name and can find 1-4 possibilites or a direct hit.

Cheers,

Paul
Researching Werner, Warner, Fetterly, Paupst, Poapst, and Schrey in the
pre-1855 period.




At 07:43 PM 10/6/07 -0400, you wrote:
>Paul, Thanks, a great map. Gary
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Beaurega" <>
>To: <>
>Sent: Saturday, October 06, 2007 4:13 PM
>Subject: Re: [ONT-STORMONT-DUNDAS-GLENGARRY] Maps Ontario and Quebec
showing
>every town but no highways.
>
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> You can look up the names of towns in the 1800s and townships in the
>> various counties in Quebec and Ontario on this map reference. It is not
a
>> highway map. It is an election district map, sort of.
>>
>> I have permission to post this page as shown at the top of the main map.
>> This map can now be purchased from NR Canada but $$$$. If you are a
>> serious researcher in these prov's, then you will get your own copy
>> original like me. This page has been there for many years. So you can
>> stop by anytime.
>>
>> http://www.westol.com/~beaurega/map.htm
>>
>> Under the maps is a COMPLETE text listing of the towns
>>
>> Have fun,
>>
>> Paul
>>
>> At 11:52 AM 10/6/07 -0600, Gord Adams wrote:
>>>
>>>http://www.sdgcounties.ca/SDG_Main_Page.html
>>>
>>>I don't know how often people from other parts of Canada and the United
>>>States look at maps while they do genealogy but the United Counties of
>>>Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry have updated their website recently and
>>>have
>>>posted downloadable maps in PDF format. One document in particul;ar
>>>caught
>>>my eye, a Street Map and Street Index of the entire region.
>>>
>>>Roads do not move drastically over the years so superimposing these
>>>current
>>>maps with historical maps will aid many in locating where there ancestors
>>>lived.
>>>
>>>On the home page above, you will find Maps
>>>
>>>http://www.sdgcounties.ca/SDG_Maps_Main.html
>>>
>>>Under Maps they have another button for Geographic Information Systems
and
>>>maps you can Buy or Download for Free. The Maps you buy will be large
>>>format maps you can post on your wall. The Downloadable maps can be
>>>stored
>>>in a three ring loose leaf binder.
>>>
>>>http://www.sdgcounties.ca/SDG_GIS.html
>>>
>>>Gord Adams
>>>
>>>
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