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Historical Atlases of the Moscow area of Camden Twp., Lennox & Addington Co. in 1860 and 1878.

Shows property of P. VanValkenburg in 1860, a house at the SW corner of Moscow village (suppose this is Lot 44). For modern location, enter 44.428815,-76.807909 into Google Maps address bar.

See a list of other nearby VV locations including Paulus VV's brother Gilbert's land at Varty Lake to the south. Also note the location in Moscow of the Friends (Quaker) Meeting House, and the cemeteries on either side of the road leading south.

Reproduction of an original copy of the Map of United Counties of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, Canada West, by H.F. Walling, Putnam & Walling Publishers, Kingston, C.W., 1860.

Illustrated Historical Atlas of the Counties of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, Ontario, by J.H. Meacham & Co., Toronto, 1878.

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Linked toMerrill, Sophia; VanValkenburg, Catherine; VanValkenburg, Deborah Rebecca; VanValkenburg, Elizabeth Betsy; VanValkenburg, Jesse; VanValkenburg, John Trompour; VanValkenburg, Jonathan; VanValkenburg, Lucetta; VanValkenburg, Martha; VanValkenburg, Mary Jane; VanValkenburg, Meribeth; VanValkenburg, Paul; VanValkenburg, Paulus; VanValkenburg, Rhoda; VanValkenburg, Robert; VanValkenburg, Robinson; VanValkenburg, Samuel; VanValkenburg, Susan; VanValkenburg, Thomas; VanValkenburg, William; VanValkenburg, Zara

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