1. Photocopy of 2 of 3 typed pages (first page missing), copy of an article in the Ottawa Citizen, November 25, 1939 about mill stones being removed from Burnstown to Niagara Falls. Handwritten comments by Dave Lemkay, 649-2616 (home), 589-2880 (work), Can. Forestry Service. He will provide the first page.
Mentioned: Miss Baillie. Contributed by Dave Lemkay.
2. Photocopy of page 28 from “The Story of Renfrew”, mentioning George Rochester and the grist mill on the Madawaska near Burnstown.
3. Handwritten notes by Archivist Anne Wimmi (1995) re references to Rochester in Phil Jenkin’s book, “An Acre of Time”. Rochester applied for a pension for Constant Penency [Indian].
4. Photocopies of pp. 208, 209 from McNab — The Township, with illustration of ruins of the Rochester Mill on the Madawaska at Burnstown, and some text about the Rochester family.