Gloucester Roots

Gloucester Roots by Lois Kemp

by Lois Kemp

Stories and information on the heritage of the Township and City of Gloucester—an area that is now a part of Ottawa, Ontario.
Compiled and edited by Lois Kemp
Articles that appeared in the “Roots” column of the Gloucester Leader. 126 pages

Index

Adam’s family Page 112
Armstrong, Earl Page 24
Assessment Roll, 1823 (earliest) Page 9
Bareille-Snow house Page 43
Bennett, Bert Page 85
Billings Bridge stagecoach Page 79
Billings, Braddish Page 3
Billings’ first neighbours Page 5
Billings’ Incident Page 4
Black Rapids Lockstation Page 109
Blackburn Page 64
Blackburn Station Page 90
Blacksmith of Fallbrook Page 72
Blacksmiths Page 73
Blossom Park Page 65
Bogtown School Page 57
Bombs, unexploded Page 93
Borthwick mineral water Page 91
Bowesville Page 66
Boyer Road, first settler Page 122
Brian Doyle’s Hill Page 92
Bytown & Prescott Railway Page 113
Capital Coach Page 119
Chain-of-Office Page 125
Christmas Concerts Page 58
Clapp’s mail route Page 82
Clark, Harold & Lois Page 81
Coat of Arms Page 124
Coat Rack Page 20
Collins, Walter Upton Park Page 104
Dairies Page 74
Dolman Ridge White Cross Page 52
Doyle, Brian’s Hill Page 92
Elliott, Anna Page 23
Fallbrook, Blacksmith of Page 72
Families, Early Gloucester Page 32
Farmer’s Way Page 67
Flag, Gloucester Page 124
Gamble, Robert Page 29
Glen Ogilvie School Page 46
Gloucester Beginnings Page 2
Gray’s Barn Dance Page 77
Greenbelt Page 94
Hartwell’s Locks Page 107
Hawthorne flag station Page 95
Hawthorne Page 68
Hawthorne School Page 48
Hawthorne, St. George’s Anglican Church Page 86
Heritage, preservation of Page 88
Heron family Page 26
Hockey Page 81
Hog’s Back Page 106
Home, Heritage Page 34
Homes, first pioneer Page 34
Hopkins, William Page 27
Ice hauling Page 78
Inglis, Edward Page 119
Jacob’s Well Page 96
Johnston, Grace & Ken Page 28
Johnston’s Corners School Page 49
Junction Gore 1834 families Page 12
Kelly’s barn Page 97
Laporte, André Page 22
Ledger, interesting Page 87
Long Island Locks Page 108
Mantha milkhouse Page 98
Market gardeners Page 80
Memories of years gone by Page 69
Milk Bottles Page 76
Ogilvie, William Page 29
Old Stuff Page 121
Orléans Page 69
Orléans, First settler Page 11
Ottawa Front 1834 families Page 13
Pasteurizing Plants Page 75
Patterson, Colin
Perrault family Page 31
Piperville School SS # 20 Page 50
Places in Gloucester Page 99
Price, Art Page 25
Primers Page 59
Pyper’s last mail run Page 83
Quarries Page 70
Quarries School Page 51
Reeves and Mayors 1850-1991 Page 16
Renaud Road Page 100
Rideau Canal 150th anniversary Page 105
Rideau Front 1834 families Page 13
Rideau River floods Page 115
Rideau View School Page 54
Ridge School Page 53
Roads in the Thirties Page 114
Rowat’s wharf Page 101
Sawmill Creek Page 102
School Fairs Page 60
Settlement duties Page 9
Settlers, First large influx Page 8
Settlers, Gloucester’s first Page 6
Snow, year of deep Page 116
South Gloucester United Church Page 87
Springtime on the Rideau Page 115
St. Cécile School Page 55
St. George’s Anglican Church Page 86
St. Mary’s Catholic School Page 56
Stagecoach, Billings Bridge Page 79
Stone buildings, 1800s Page 36
Stone buildings, 1900s Page 41
Sutherland family, seven sisters Page 118
Tomlinson’s general store Page 103
Town Halls Page 14
Town meeting, first Page 10
Tree, tallest in Gloucester Page 120
United Empire Loyalists Page 7
Washdays at grandmother’s Page 117
Watkins salesman Page 85
Where is? Page 99
Wilson, Captain Andrew Page 30
Women’s Institutes Page 84
Youville, Ferme 1885 Page 35