Colour coded map showing lots and concessions, Historic Townships, County and Township Boundaries, Government Lands, Public Lands, Forests, Parks etc., Subdivisions, Historical Hamlets & Villages, Hamlets, Towns, Villages and built up areas and Railway Lines in Lanark County including the municipalities of Beckwith, Carleton Place, Drummond-North Elmsley, Lanark Highlands, Mississippi Mills, Montague, Perth, Smiths Falls and Tay Valley. Other villages shown as inserts are Almonte, Lanark, Pakenham, Ashton, Appleton, Balderson, Blacks Corner Area, Blakeney, Clayton, Clayton Lake, Ferguson's Falls, Franktown, Fellinger Mill, Innisville, Lake Park, Lavant, McDonald's Corners, Middleville, Moss Shore, Sheridan Estates, Pretties Island, Rothwell Park, Rideau Ferry, Red Rock Bay, St. Andrews, Wayside.
Road map names all townships surrounding and within Renfrew Cty with lots and concessions. Roads, towns, villages, etc. are named. Railways and waterways also given. Includes Haliburton County and Town.
Dept of Energy, Mine & Resources. Compiled by J.A. Rayburn. (1964)
paper - coloured
Size: 72 x 60
Scope and Content
Index of names (places, settlements, terrain, and hydrographic) of Renfrew County. Yellow highlighter markings by Peter Hessel, points out some German and Kashubian (Polish) place names and settlements. Adjacent counties in Ontario and Quebec also shown.
Map is a companion to Rayburn’s Geographical Paper No. 40 (Place Names of Renfrew County).
In McNab Township, shows Liffey Creek, Locha, Ryan Creek, Flat Rapids, and Waba Creek.
Main road map names all townships within Renfrew Cty with lots and concessions. Roads, towns, villages, etc. are named. Railways and waterways also given. Inset shows township amalgamations. Brief Points of Interest provided. The reverse side continues the townships from Petawawa to Clara. Inset maps show Barry's Bay, Petawawa, Arnprior, Pembroke, Deep River, Chalk River, Eganville, Cobden, Renfrew, Beachburg, and Killaloe.
Road map names all townships surrounding and within Renfrew Cty with lots and concessions. Roads, towns, villages, etc. are named. Railways and waterways also given. Red pencil lines have been added throughout.
excellent map in reading room - great overview of Renfrew County
by H.F. Walling - same map as p66 of the Atlas of Lanark and Renfrew Counties but clearer
photo - B&W
Size: 46 x 35
Scope and Content
Reproduction from Ontario Archives Ref.: B-18, of McNab Twp. It shows saw mills of D. Stewart [Donald Stewart] in Waba and of Paris [spelled Parris] in White Lake, lots and concession numbers, owner names, Flat Rapids Road, and Sand Point-Burnstown Road. Inset of Burnstown.
It shows “Shaw Lake” and “Lake du Chats” as two different bodies of water. It shows the “Scotch Church” at Canaan. Waba Creek is called White Lake Creek.
shown on p.1 of McNab The Township by P.Hessel
Title Supplied by Archivist
an original copy is at the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa Archives