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Historical Markers in Gananoque, Ontario

 
Wideview of Colonel Joel Stone Marker image, Touch for more information
By Kevin Craft, October 14, 2015
Wideview of Colonel Joel Stone Marker
1Ontario (Leeds and Grenville United Counties), Gananoque — Colonel Joel Stone1749-1833
Born in Connecticut, Stone forfeited his home and property there when he fled to New York to serve with the Loyalist militia during the American Revolution. He came to Canada in 1786, settled with his family in New Johnstown (now Cornwall) and was . . . Map (db m90006) HM
2Ontario (Leeds and Grenville United Counties), Gananoque — Gananoque
English: A vulnerable point on the vital line of supply from Lower Canada in the War of 1812-14. Raided on the 21st September, 1812, when the bridge was broken up. Fortified by the Leeds Militia and garrisoned in turn by the 104th, 41st, . . . Map (db m83528) HM
3Ontario (Leeds and Grenville United Counties), Gananoque — Gananoque Town Hall
Built about 1831-32, and designed in the late phase of the Neo-Classic style, this structure is among the best of its type remaining in Ontario. Constructed as a dwelling for John McDonald, a local landowner, merchant, postmaster and later a member . . . Map (db m83532) HM
4Ontario (Leeds and Grenville United Counties), Gananoque — Private John Henry (Harry) BrownVictoria Cross — Born Gananoque 9 May 1898 Died of wounds 17 August 1917, age 19 —
John Henry Brown enlisted in the Canadian Expeditionary Force on 18 August 1916 and reported to the 10th battalion in France in late June 1917. On 15 August his unit captured Hill 70, just east of Vimy Ridge. But on 16 August it was . . . Map (db m90007) HM
5Ontario (Leeds and Grenville United Counties), Gananoque — Raid on Gananoque1812
On September 21, 1812, a United States force of some 200 regulars and militia under Capt. Benjamin Forsyth attacked Gananoque. The village was an important forwarding point for supplies moving up the St. Lawrence from Montreal to Kingston and was . . . Map (db m83531) HM
6Ontario (Leeds and Grenville United Counties), Gananoque — War of 1812-1814
During the war of 1812, Gananoque was a strategic point along the St. Lawrence River corridor. All supplies heading west to support British and Canadian forces had to pass through this channel. On September 21, 1812, a company of U.S. army rifleman . . . Map (db m90003) HM
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Oct. 4, 2022