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King’s College

Hist of King’s
Charles Inglis
John Inglis
J.Inglis Memo
69 Acres
Plan of Lands
Founded 1789
Pres. Cochran
T.C.H. Starts School
T.C.H. on King’s
Procuring Food
TCH Reminiscences
King’s View
Seat of the Muses
The Three Elms
Fire 1871
Fire 1920

King’s Pictures
King’s 1800
King’s View
Hensley Chapel
Hensley Plaque
Winter 1803

King’s Record

 

 


A Plan of Lands Proposed by John Clarke Esquire for the Academy or College at Windsor 1789

This plan shows a 69 acres strip off of what is now known as College Road in Windsor. It shows two "Ponds of water never dry in any Season" the ponds being in close proximity on the Northwestern boundary. It also shows John Clarke’s "Plaister (plaster) of Paris" (Gypsum Quarry) above the location of the two ponds, closer to the Northern boundary of the property.

(This quarry, already distinct in shape, would become "The Long Pond" on King’s College property and eventually would be included in a parcel of land traded with Haliburton.)

See Close Up of Ponds and Quarry

 

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