Tag Archives: caldwell mills

Clippings of The Clyde Forks Lumber Co. Clyde Forks Caldwell Mills

Standard
Clippings of The Clyde Forks Lumber Co. Clyde Forks Caldwell Mills

By 1872 William had inherited the firm and with it grist-mills and sawmills in Lanark village. About this time he took a middle name to distinguish himself from other William Caldwells, a number of them relatives. He also began to expand his business interests. Between 1870 and 1877 he joined Horace Brown in a grist-mill operation known as Brown and Caldwell at Carleton Place. A. Caldwell and Son added another sawmill, at Almonte, and in 1882 Caldwell was developing a sawmill and shingle-mill at Clyde Forks in Lavant Township, near the path of the developing Kingston and Pembroke Railway. Soon after the mill opened, Clyde Forks was swept by fire Caldwell’s Roller Mills and Sawmill Burnt to the Ground –$30,000 Damage—and he sold his Clyde limits to Calvin and Son of Kingston

CLIPPED FROMThe Weekly British WhigKingston, Ontario, Canada07 Jan 1904, Thu  •  Page 5

Clyde Forks and Caldwell Mills

CLIPPED FROMThe Minneapolis JournalMinneapolis, Minnesota15 Dec 1900, Sat  •  Page 25

CLIPPED FROMNorth Bay NuggetNorth Bay, Ontario, Canada14 Sep 1938, Wed  •  Page 9

CLIPPED FROMThe Lanark EraLanark, Ontario, Canada05 May 1915, Wed  •  Page 1

CLIPPED FROMThe Lanark EraLanark, Ontario, Canada24 Jan 1912, Wed  •  Page 7

CLIPPED FROMThe Lanark EraLanark, Ontario, Canada08 Mar 1905, Wed  •  Page 5

CLIPPED FROMThe Weekly British WhigKingston, Ontario, Canada02 Apr 1903, Thu  •  Page 4

CLIPPED FROMOwen Sound SunOwen Sound, Ontario, Canada22 Jan 1904, Fri  •  Page 3

CLIPPED FROMThe Lanark EraLanark, Ontario, Canada21 Feb 1906, Wed  •  Page 4

CLIPPED FROMThe Lanark EraLanark, Ontario, Canada19 Mar 1913, Wed  •  Page 1

So Where Was Caldwell Mills? Thanks Jaan Kolk

Caldwell’s Roller Mills and Sawmill Burnt to the Ground –$30,000 Damage

A Postcard to Caldwell’s Mills

So Where Was Caldwell Mills? Thanks Jaan Kolk

Standard
So Where Was Caldwell Mills? Thanks Jaan Kolk

 

57-62.jpg

 

Linda; Pleasure talking with you. I am looking for the location of CALDWELL’S MILLS, FOR A VISIT, and any details on those mentioned below.

Private

CALDWELL, ALEXANDER
MAXWELL

Service Number 447289

Died 24/11/1916

Aged 23

50th Bn.
Canadian Infantry

Son of James and Ellen Caldwell, of
Caldwell’s Mills, Ontario.
I also found 3031581 Robert Austin Closs killed 1918 also from Caldwell’s Mills–. We have all sorts of letters, death plaque, and original wooden cross(still wrapped in burlap) belonging to him.

thanks
Norm Christie
Read all about Norm Christie here

 

img (31).jpeg

The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
11 Dec 1917, Tue  •  Page 3

 

 

I asked my favourite historian Jaan Kolk and here is what he found:

 

Hi Linda,

According to various directories I have – Ontario Gazetteers 1884 and
1888, and Eastern Ontario Gazetteer 1898 – Caldwell’s Mills was the
official (Post Office) name of the community also known as Clyde Forks.
The post office “move” you found was perhaps just a renaming.

Is it just the post office you are looking for, or other info? It looks
like the Calwell’s were at several location in Lavant Township.

Clip from the 1881 Gazetteer attached

Jaan Kolk

Capture (1).jpg

 

 

historicalnotes

Ninety-eight years later, historian finds ‘missing’ soldiers from the Battle of Vimy Ridge

For close to a century, the remains of more than 40 Canadian soldiers have lain forgotten in what is a potato field in northern France

 -

CLIPPED FROM

The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
14 Mar 1924, Fri  •  Page 3

Come and visit the Lanark County Genealogical Society Facebook page– what’s there? Cool old photos–and lots of things interesting to read. Also check out The Tales of Carleton Place and The Tales of Almonte

Caldwell’s Roller Mills and Sawmill Burnt to the Ground –$30,000 Damage

A Postcard to Caldwell’s Mills

 

The Thrift Store Couple – More Information-Jaan Kolk

The House on the Hill — Up the 8th Line of Ramsay — Jaan Kolk Files

Britannia Boat House Doomed— April 1907 Ice Jam –Jaan Kolk Files

Drugs of the 1950s from Mac William’s Shelves– Iodine, Liniment and Camphor Oil

The Savoy Medicinal Truffle at Pattie’s Drugstore

Who was the “Drugstore Woman” in Asselstine’s Rexall?

I Will Take Some Opium to Go Please —The “Drug Dispensary” at the Chatterton House Hotel

What the Heck was Electric Soap? Chatterton House Hotel Registrar