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1  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Business with the Mileses
2  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Abner Miles and the Missing
3  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Miles Family and Miles'
4  Richmond Hill Photo Images: built by James Miles (son of Abner Miles) at the southwest corner of Yonge
5  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Drive, where Richmond Hill pioneer Abner Miles first settled almost two centuries
6  Early Days in Richmond Hill: York," half acre partly cleared. Lot 36E Abner Miles, half acre partly cleared. Lot 38E Samuel
7  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Langstaff and a great-granddaughter of Abner and Mercy Miles, Mary Lillian McConaghy
8  Early Days in Richmond Hill: and eccentricities to the local lore. Miles, for example, opened the community's first
9  Early Days in Richmond Hill: built by James Miles (son of Abner Miles) at the southwest corner of
10  Early Days in Richmond Hill: of Richmond Hill was the tavern Miles opened at the southeast corner of Yonge
11  Early Days in Richmond Hill: of Abner Miles, Richmond Hill Presbyterian Cemetery. After his
12  Early Days in Richmond Hill: the Miles children who confirmed Abner's status as the "father" of Richmond Hill.
13  Early Days in Richmond Hill: 1800 Abner Miles had moved his home, his family, and his
14  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Miles' early life remains a mystery. He was born
15  Early Days in Richmond Hill: 1790, Abner and Mercy were living in the Genesee
16  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Miles soon broke away from the Berczy group,
17  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Abner Miles prospered during his few years in York.
18  Early Days in Richmond Hill: early 1796, Miles had expanded his King Street premises to
19  Early Days in Richmond Hill: many ambitious Upper Canada merchants, Miles speculated in land, and acquired upwards of
20  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Miles meant to enjoy his later years as a country
21  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Miles was a man hard to beat in a bargain, and
22  Early Days in Richmond Hill: John Arnold, son-in-law of Abner Miles, was named captain and commanding officer of
23  Early Days in Richmond Hill: the contributions of early leaders like Abner and James Miles, William Jenkins, and
24  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Yonge Street coaching trade. As Abner Miles discovered early in the century, the
25  Early Days in Richmond Hill: arrived from New Jersey in 1808, married Abner Miles' daughter Lucy, and eventually took
26  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Presbyterians - land once owned by Abner Miles and donated to the church by his
27  Early Days in Richmond Hill: John Langstaff and a grandson of Abner Miles, James Langstaff provided a link with

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