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From: "Wayne Cook" <>
Subject: RE: [ONT] Presbyterian Churches
Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2000 04:58:25 -0500


Hi,
I don't know if this will help you but someone might be interested.

PLAQUE #9
Location: Mississauga Road, Streetsville
STREETSVILLE MEMORIAL CEMETERY
"SCOTCH BURIAL GROUND"
1824 - 1891
In 1824 Timothy Street deeded one acre of his land to trustees of the
nearby Presbyterian church of Scotland. One of the earliest congregations
in the area to serve Streetsville as a protesant burying ground. The first
established cemetery in the village contains the graves of many of
Streetsvilles, Toronto Township and the neighbouring townships pioneers.
The "Scotch Burying Grounds" continued to serve Streetsville and the
surrounding area until 1891 when the Streetsville Cemetery Company
established a new community burial ground on the east side of the Credit
river.

PLAQUE #11
Location: Mississauga Rd., Streetsville
City of Mississauga
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
1867 - 1868
Congregation Founded 1821
Desginated under the
Ontario Heritage Act (1974)
Local Architectural
Conservation Advisory Committee

Regards
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