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Cathy Cook

Phone

  • Local (705) 466-3341 Ext. 234
  • Toll Free (866) 472-0417 from 519 only
  • Fax (705) 466-2922

Address

  • 758070 2nd Line East
    Mulmur, ON L9V 0G8

Historical Info / Heritage Properties

Historical Info / Heritage Properties


Anyone wishing to have their property included on the "Register of Properties of Historical Interest" List, please contact the Township at info@mulmur.ca


Register of Cultural Heritage Properties

The owners of the properties on the Register listed below have given their consent for photos to be published. Photographic credit for some of the following photos:  Carl Tafel, former Chair of Mulmur Heritage Committee.

 

CON 7 E East 1/2 PT Lot 1 (St. Luke's Anglican Cemetery)

CON 7 E West PT Lot 5 (Olde Stanton Store)

CON 7 E West PT Lot 5

CON 6 E PT Lot 17 (Foxingham Farms)

CON 6 E West 1.2 PT Lot 2 (Mulmur Pioneer Cemetery)

CON 5 E West 1/2 PT Lot 10 (Perm Cemetery)

CON 4 E East 1/2 PT Lot 2 (Campbell Pioneer Plot)

CON 1 E East PT Lot 2

CON 1 W PT Lot 1

CON 3 E West PT Lot 8

CON 8 E East PT Lot 14 &15 (Synnott Cottage)

CON 1 W East PT Lot 6 (Primrose Presbyterian Cemetery)

CON 1 W East 1/2 PT Lot 10 (Methodist Cemetery)

CON 1 W East PT Lot 5 (Whitfield Anglican Cemetery)

CON 1 W West PT Lot 5 (SS#9 Cherry Grove School)

CON 6 E East 1/2 PT Lot 32 (Banda United Cemetery) 

CON 3 E West PT Lot 20 (Terra Nova Public House)

CON 2 W West PT Lot 26 (Kilgorie School)

CON 2 W West PT Lot 26 (Honeywood School)

 


Strategic Planning Public Meeting, January 26 2013


Picture excerpts from Wayne Townsend, Curator of the Dufferin County Museum and Archives, presentation at the Strategic Planning Information Meeting January 26 – Part 1 of 2


Picture excerpts from Wayne Townsend, Curator of the Dufferin County Museum and Archives, presentation at the Strategic Planning Information Meeting January 26 – Part 2 of 2


Mansfield Cenotaph Restoration November 2012

Mansfield Cenotaph Restoration November 2012Mansfield Cenotaph Restoration Nov 2012 Group Photo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Re-dedication ceremony including M.P. David Tilson, Councillor Earl Hawkins and Members of the Mansfield Women's Institute -- November 9, 2012

 

Historical Books

Historical Documents  (Summary)

 

1951 Centennial Book

 


1981 -- More of the Township's Story

 

The Mulmur Crest, 1984

Designed by Janis Steinmanis

Picture of Mulmur Crest/LogoThe shape - an equilateral triangle, with the "L" of the Irish print in Mulmur forms a tree. The stylized green "M" represents the hills and valleys of our Township with the blue part under the M to represent our streams and small lakes. The fir trees represent the forests, and the stook of grain its main industry, agriculture. In the clear blue sky above we see a hawk representing the wildlife of the Township.
 

 

 

Trinity United Centennial Church, Mansfield: 

Historical Summary-building was located west of Airport Road on the north side of County Rd # 17

Trinity Centennial United Church 1967

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trinity Anglican Church

Trinity Anglican Church 1885 to 1947

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Methodist 5th Line Church

Methodist 5th Line Church 1890 to 1936

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rosemont Presbyterian Church

Rosemont Presbyterian Church 1902 to 1944

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

St. Luke's Church RosemontSaint Luke's Anglican 1967Saint Luke's Mulmur 1840 to 1927

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thomson's Methodist Church

Thomson's Methodist Church 1872 to 1967

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boyne Mill (Airport Road south of Mansfield)

Boyne Mill (Airport Road south of Mansfield)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rosemont Union School

(Highway #89 on Town of Mono side of the border)
Rosemont Union School 1890 to 1968

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Honeywood United Church (formerly Methodist)

Honeywood United Church (formerly Methodist)