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Road Trip #7 Rural Belleville and Trenton

 

 

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ASA TURNER
One of the first Baptist missionaries to serve the scattered communities along the north shore of Lake Ontario, Turner came to Upper Canada...



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CORBYVILLE
The name of the hamlet of Corbyville recognizes the Corby family's considerable legacy in Hastings County.

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GEORGE BEER

The City of Belleville has dedicated a ball field in Thurlow Park to the late George Beer, councillor and avid sports fan.



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STIRLING

This farming town northwest of Belleville features a number of historic buildings bearing plaques describing the original uses of those structures.



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STONE CHURCH HASTINGS

Stone Church, one of three known cobblestone churches in Ontario, is part of a small group of cobblestone buildings in this area.



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WALLBRIDGE

This "remarkable little town" has the distinction of being home of Ontario's oldest municipal government.



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