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Accession Number: 91-1017


Voters' List, 1901, Townships of Sherborne, McClintock, etc. Provisional County of Haliburton. -- 1901. -- 1 item.

Biography / History

The Townships of Sherborne and McClintock are located in the north-west corner of Haliburton County. They form part of the United Municipalities of Sherborne, McClintock and Livingstone which was created in 1979 and it has a population of approximately 500 people. Sherborne was the first of the Townships surveyed in 1862. It was named after the English town of Sherborne. McClintock was surveyed in 1876 and it was named after Sir Francis Leopold McClintock, the artic explorer. (Taken from: Mika, Nick and Helma. "Places of Ontario, Part III, N-Z." Belleville: Mika Publishing Co., 1983.)

Custodial History


Scope and Content

This item is a voter's list for the townships of Sherborne and McClintock in the Provisional County of Haliburton, listing people who were able to vote at both Municipal Elections and Elections to the Legislative Assembly or only at one of the two elections. Genealogical resource.


This item was donated from an unknown source.

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Associated material located at the Archives of Ontario.