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Miles, James
1  Early Days in Richmond Hill: James Miles and the Stolen
2  Richmond Hill Photo Images: The home was occupied for many years by Miles' nephew James Playter Jr., and later
3  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Graham. It stood on the site donated by James Miles a century earlier, and has been in continual
4  Early Days in Richmond Hill: the father-and-son duo of Abner and James Miles, who did so much to shape the infant
5  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Abner's twenty-six-year-old son, James Miles, inherited his father's lands and business
6  Early Days in Richmond Hill: James Miles built a substantial, two-storey,
7  Early Days in Richmond Hill: emerging hamlet, described a visit to James Miles' house in 1830. "We found him with dinner
8  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Miles seems to have been well liked by all.
9  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Miles became affectionately known as "The Squire,"
10  Early Days in Richmond Hill: classes at Miles' Hill were held in a log settlement house on
11  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Miles usually possessed "a very even temper,"
12  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Miles died in 1844, at age sixty-four, after
13  Early Days in Richmond Hill: for his family - wife, Mercy, son, James, and daughters Hannah, Lucy, Elizabeth,
14  Early Days in Richmond Hill: James Miles is so far from liking to show off his
15  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Bridgeford, John Langstaff and James Miles, had put down their arms and returned to the
16  Early Days in Richmond Hill: company. Arnold's brother-in-law, James Miles, was lieutenant and second-in-command.
17  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Hill Presbyterian Church, erected in 1821. James Miles changed all that. Whether attempting to
18  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Miles' most important religious contribution came in
19  Early Days in Richmond Hill: a clearing in a grove of pine trees on James Miles' property on the west side of Yonge
20  Early Days in Richmond Hill: belated payment for the property after Miles' death in 1844. The land was purchased from
21  Early Days in Richmond Hill: new label - Richmond Hill. Perhaps James Miles had done something to alienate
22  Early Days in Richmond Hill: of early leaders like Abner and James Miles, William Jenkins, and Benjamin Barnard
23  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Miles' Hill may have evolved from James Miles' first Sunday School of 1811, or it may even

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