Watson’s Corners PO appears on the Historical Atlas for Lanark County. The first to arrive were Lanark Society settlers in 1820. It was formerly known as Granny Cumming’s Corners. In 1829 St. Andrew’s Hall was erected and housed a library and served as a church and a meeting hall.
i found this article from the The Ottawa Journal, 01 Nov 1947, Sat, Page 21 and thought people would love to read it.
Ralph Burton. Watson’s Corners ..
WATSON’S CORNERS NEWS. 1897-April 16
The Valley Calendar 1976– Cindy Duncan–Watson’s Corners
Watson’s Corners And Vicinity 1891–Shetland Ponies and Cheese
“They were Set Down in Dalhousie Township”– Effie Park Salkeld
It’s the Watson’s Corners News 1895!
Social Notes from Watson’s Corners
All the Single Ladies?
Did You Know? The Oldest Library in Lanark County