Gillies House on corner of Townline and Bridge– where James Poole lived and printed The Canadian Herald.
Newman’s Hall Bridge Street
The Arcade- Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum
Memorial Park which was supposed to be a farmer’s market in the 1800s but went into litigation.
Joe Sumner’s store on Bridge and High Street click here..
Springside Hall–Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum
The Morphy Cram on Emily Street
The Cairn above placed on the property now owned by The Bell Telephone Company, which was the original burying site for the Morphy Family, first settlers of this area. In 1819 Edmond Morphy, his wife Barbara Miller and their eight children, the first residents on the site of Carleton Place, emigrated to Upper Canada from Ireland and settled here.
From Ken Godfrey–
I thought you might like to see, and perhaps use, the attached file. If you post it as such on your website, you should credit Bill Cookman, Past-President of the Kingston Branch OGS, as its source. Thanks.
Thanks Ken!! Very appreciated.
From Bill Cookman
I decided to take another look through the scrapbook left to me by Great Aunt Emmaline (Alexander) McDiarmid. There are all sorts of “stuff” in this scrapbook. Attached, please find 3 pages, two of which is an article from the Carleton Place Canadian and makes reference to a James McDiarmid and family.
Information where you can buy all Linda Seccaspina’s books-You can also read Linda in The Townships Sun and Screamin’ Mamas (USA)