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The Brant Military Hospital, Burlington

Originally Published in Heritage Happenings, November 2006 These articles are reprinted as they were originally published. No attempt has been made to correct or update the content. If the topic interests you, we encourage you to do further research Read more
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The story of Aeneas Shaw

Aeneas was born at Tordarroch House in Scotland in 1740, son of Angus Shaw, Chief of Clan Ay and Anne Dallas of Cantray. He immigrated to Staten Island, New York around 1770 soon after the outbreak of the American Read more

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Vanished Flamborough: The German Evangelical Church, Waterdown (Part 2)

Originally Published in Heritage Happenings, October 2006 These articles are reprinted as they were originally published. No attempt has been made to correct or update the content. If the topic interests you, we encourage you to do further research Read more
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The story of John Glasgow

John Glasgow was born on Feb. 15, 1821 in Leitholm, Berwickshire, Scotland. He emigrated to Canada with his family in 1832 and settled in Hamilton. After a few months, the family moved to East Flamborough because they were concerned Read more

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Vanished Flamborough: The German Evangelical Church, Waterdown (Part 1)

Originally Published in Heritage Happenings, September 2006 These articles are reprinted as they were originally published. No attempt has been made to correct or update the content. If the topic interests you, we encourage you to do further research Read more
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Vanished Flamborough: The B-Hive Restaurant

Originally Published in Heritage Happenings, April 2006 These articles are reprinted as they were originally published. No attempt has been made to correct or update the content. If the topic interests you, we encourage you to do further research Read more
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Vanished Flamborough: The Valley Inn (Part 2)

Originally Published in Heritage Happenings, March 2006 These articles are reprinted as they were originally published. No attempt has been made to correct or update the content. If the topic interests you, we encourage you to do further research Read more
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Legacy of Brock’s death

The death of General Sir Isaac Brock at the Battle of Queenston Heights on October 13, 1812 was among the reasons that the northern parts of East and West Flamborough Townships were so late to see the arrival of Read more

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Vanished Flamborough: The Valley Inn (Part 1)

Originally Published in Heritage Happenings, February 2006 These articles are reprinted as they were originally published. No attempt has been made to correct or update the content. If the topic interests you, we encourage you to do further research Read more
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The Bates Brothers

Only a year after the King and Chisholm families settled in East Flamborough Township, Lt. Governor John Graves Simcoe ordered the construction of a small inn, later to be called The King’s Head Inn, at the Stoney Creek end Read more

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