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Middletown Pioneer Cemetery

Location #1915
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Created By:oleboy
Creation Date: 8/28/2010
Last Updated: 5/16/2017

This cross-roads Pioneer Hamlet half a mile east of here, was settled about 1840. It was the site of Collins' Toll Gate when the old plank road was built in 1851. By 1866 there was a stage coach stop,Thomas Armstrong's Bay Horse Inn, C. Heasting's Crown Inn, a blacksmith, grocer, mason, carpenter, dressmaker, shoemaker and a school. Lieut.-Col. Richard Tyrwhitt, M.P. from 1882 to 1896, a commander in the Northwest Rebellion of 1885, was a distinguished resident. The Village declined as transportation improved.

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Middletown Pioneer Cemetery
Middletown Pioneer Cemetery
Created on:8/28/2010
Created by: oleboy
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