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1  Early Days in Richmond Hill: and Whitchurch, Vaughan and
2  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Yonge Street than on the west or Vaughan Township side:
3  Early Days in Richmond Hill: council and the townships of Markham, Vaughan, and North York. The four municipalities
4  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Hill and the McNair Site in Vaughan also prove to be Late Iroquoian villages,
5  Early Days in Richmond Hill: the east and west in Markham, Whitchurch, Vaughan, and King townships. The York
6  Early Days in Richmond Hill: back in the townships. Only eight of Vaughan Township's thirty-five Yonge Street lots were
7  Early Days in Richmond Hill: the first white child born in the Township of Vaughan and the first on Yonge Street."
8  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Stooks and family moved onto Lot 47 of Vaughan Township - the second lot north of present-day
9  Early Days in Richmond Hill: eight hundred hectares) in Markham, Vaughan, and Whitchurch townships. Perhaps
10  Early Days in Richmond Hill: assessor and tax collector for Markham, Vaughan, Whitchurch, and King townships. Soon
11  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Richmond Hill: the First Riding (Vaughan and King townships) elected David
12  Early Days in Richmond Hill: and Mary O'Brien's home in Vaughan Township, as it appeared in 1968. Through the autumn of
13  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Street and the back concessions of Vaughan Township came John Black, David Blair, John
14  Early Days in Richmond Hill: and Jacob and Joseph Marr. From Vaughan came John Arnold, John Barwick,
15  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Later, in 1850, he was elected to Vaughan Township council, became deputy-reeve in 1852, and
16  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Hill where the farmers and settlers of Vaughan and Markham discussed recommendations
17  Early Days in Richmond Hill: of a deed for Lot 51 West (the Vaughan Township side of Yonge Street), from
18  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Section No. 3 of Markham and Vaughan townships. This and other "union" school
19  Early Days in Richmond Hill: residents of neighbouring Markham and Vaughan, Whitchurch and King townships thrived,
20  Early Days in Richmond Hill: from about 3100 to 6900 people, while Vaughan's total increased between three- and fourfold,
21  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Proposed corporate boundaries were Markham-Vaughan Road (Major Mackenzie Drive) on the
22  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Pioneers Map While Markham and Vaughan in the south and Whitchurch and
23  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Vaughan Township attracted residents from the west
24  Early Days in Richmond Hill: the Richmond Hill community. Any Vaughan council meeting was likely to spend more time
25  Early Days in Richmond Hill: school sections brought Markham and Vaughan children together for their
26  Early Days in Richmond Hill: through taxes to Markham and Vaughan townships and receiving little or nothing in
27  Early Days in Richmond Hill: in the east to the second concession of Vaughan (Bathurst Street) in the west. Wright,
28  Early Days in Richmond Hill: operated a farm west of the village in Vaughan Township. A familiar winter sight in the 1870s was his
29  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Patterson, manufacturer, reeve of Vaughan Township 1868-71, member of the Ontario Legislature
30  Early Days in Richmond Hill: into public life, serving as reeve of Vaughan Township from 1868 to 1871 and as a member of the

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