(Location of the Goulbourn Township Historical Society)
also St. Thomas the Apostle Anglican Church, Stittsville, Ontario

Painting by Ruth McMillan in 1976
Shows the Head of the Rideau Canal Locks in Ottawa, Canada in 1893

November 24, 2005:    

The hamlet of Stanley Corners (also known as Stanley's Corners) is located between
Richmond and Stittsville on Huntley Road at the corner of Flewellyn Road which is 
the Ninth Line of Goulbourn.

In the 1800's, St. Thomas Anglican Church and Cemetery was a busy place. Today,
the Church has moved to a new building on Carleton Cathcart Street in Stittsville.
Hello to my former neighbours in that area!

The old church (oops, see below) building is now used by the Goulbourn Township 
Historical Society which houses many family histories and records of the original 
1818 military settlement in Richmond. See posting below from Jim Kirkpatrick dated 
November 27, 2005.

Goulbourn Museum
Among the early settlers in this area was the Healey family. E-mail the Goulbourn Township Historical Society. Snail Mail Address: The Goulbourn Museum and History Centre 2064 Huntley Road P.0. Box 621 Stittsville, ON K2S 1A7 Museum Curator/Manager: Donna Keays-Hockey (613) 831-2393
November 27, 2005: Hi Al The Goulbourn Township Historical Society and Museum is located in two buildings: The museum is housed in a stone school house and the Historical Center ) where records, maps, and genealogical material are kept) is housed in the 'old' Goulbourn Township Clerk's building. The original St. Thomas' Anglican Church was destroyed by fire in 1964. The new church in the village of Stittsville was built in 1970. More info concerning its history is available at the web site below: Jim Kirkpatrick Secretary Goulbourn Township Historical Society ___________________________

Hi Al The GTHS&M web site is undergoing renovation and will be up and running soon (I hope). The e-mail address is working at . The book you refer to is "For King and Canada: the 100th (Prince Regent's) Regiment of Foot" by Barry Roberts. This is the first detailed account of the fighting Irish regiment which stood guard for a fledgling nation, fighting valiantly during the War of 1812. These same soldiers would later become the redcoat settlers of Goulbourn Township. The book is 240 pages and sells for $35 (tax included), but postage extra. (info from Book Launch poster in October 2004). Copies are available for purchase from the Museum at 2064 Huntley Road, Stanley's Corners. 831-2393. Jim
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