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|Acacia -- former
community in Middleton Township, on Lot 1, Concession 3, north of Talbot
Road; site of North Middleton Baptist Church and Acacia Cemetery.
The 8 Mar 1882 British Canadian reported the Acacia Post Office had revenue of $47.13 and salaries of $24.00. The 12 Dec 1912 Simcoe Reformer reported the Acacia Post Office had revenue of $33.99 and salaries of $35.00. The church building was moved to Lynn Valley circa 1921. Only remnants of the cemetery remain.
Ambrose -- Where was Ambrose? The 12 Dec 1912 Simcoe Reformer reported the Ambrose Post Office had revenue of $33.10 and salaries of $45.00.
Anderson Pond -- body of water in Walsingham Township, near west end of Long Point.
Andy’s Corners -- hamlet in Walsingham Township, on Lots 12 and
13, Concessions 13 and 14.
Atherton -- former hamlet south of Delhi in southwest Windham Township, on Lot 21, Concession 14. At intersection of Highway 3 and Regional Road 21. Earlier called The Junction or Junctionville. Probably named for Atherton in Lancashire, England. The 8 Mar 1882 British Canadian reported the Atherton Post Office had revenues of $3.33 and salaries of $12.00, The 12 Dec 1912 Simcoe Reformer reported the Atherton Post Office had revenue of $50.00 and salaries of $33.00. Salem Cemetery also called Atherton Cemetery. Community no longer exists.
Austin's Mills -- early name (circa 1835) of Lynn Valley in Woodhouse Township. Soloman Austin settled there circa 1794. His son Philip inherited homestead.
Avalon Park -- Today a non-historic comunity of approximately two dozen small homes and cottages. Previously a United Church camping facility. On Lake Erie, east of Port Ryerse, in Woodhouse Township, on Lot 5, Concession A. [GPS:45.757/14.505]
Averill’s – see Waterford
Avery’s Mills – see