Adolphustown

Adolphustown TownshipAdolphustown, OntarioAdolphustown, Upper Canada
Adolphustown is a geographic area located in Greater Napanee, Ontario, Canada, on the Adolphus Reach of the Bay of Quinte in Lake Ontario.wikipedia
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Glenora, Ontario

Glenora
The settlement serves as the eastern terminus of the ferry crossing to Glenora, Ontario.
It serves as the western terminus of the Glenora Ferry, which connects the two shores between Glenora and Adolphustown as part of the Loyalist Parkway (Ontario Highway 33).

Greater Napanee

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Adolphustown is a geographic area located in Greater Napanee, Ontario, Canada, on the Adolphus Reach of the Bay of Quinte in Lake Ontario.
Greater Napanee municipality was created by amalgamating the old Town of Napanee with the townships of Adolphustown, North and South Fredericksburgh, and Richmond in 1999.

Ontario Highway 33

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The ferry is free for vehicles and pedestrians and links the western and eastern halves of one of the oldest colonial roads in the province, the Loyalist Parkway (Ontario Highway 33), at the point where the parkway is interrupted by the Bay of Quinte.
Highway 33 has two sections, which are joined by the Glenora Ferry, an auto ferry crossing the Bay of Quinte from Glenora to Adolphustown.

David Wright Allison

David Wright Allison (1826 in Adolphustown, Upper Canada – May 15, 1906) was a Canadian politician, farmer, manufacturer, and speculator.

Samuel Casey (Upper Canada politician)

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He was born in Adolphustown Township in Upper Canada in 1788, the son of Willet Casey.

Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge

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The settlement was named for Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge, seventh son of King George III.

Asa Danforth Jr.

Asa Danforth, Jr.
This crossing appears to have been in use at least as early as 1802, when an extension of Asa Danforth Jr.'s pioneering road, from eastern Toronto through what is now Trenton, first reached the Bay of Quinte at Stone Mills (Glenora).
From there, a primitive ferry crossing to Adolphustown provided access to an early Loyalist colonisation road, the Bath Road, built in 1784 from Bath to Kingston.

Daniel Hagerman

He was born in Adolphustown Township in 1794, the son of Nicholas Hagerman, a United Empire Loyalist.

Philip Dorland

Philip
He was born in 1755 in Dutchess County, New York and settled in Adolphustown Township in Upper Canada.

David Roblin

David
He was born in Adolphustown Township in Upper Canada in 1812, the son of John Roblin.

Willet Casey

After the boundary was established, he moved to Adolphustown Township around 1790.

Thomas Dorland

Thomas
After the war, he settled in Adolphustown Township in Upper Canada and later joined the Church of England.

James Cotter (judge)

James Cotter
He settled in Adolphustown Township in 1794 and, around 1817, moved to Sophiasburgh Township.

John Roblin

After the American Revolution, his family settled in Adolphustown Township.

Peter Van Alstine

Van Alstine first settled in Adolphustown Township in Upper Canada.

Area (country subdivision)

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Adolphustown is a geographic area located in Greater Napanee, Ontario, Canada, on the Adolphus Reach of the Bay of Quinte in Lake Ontario.

Ontario

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Adolphustown is a geographic area located in Greater Napanee, Ontario, Canada, on the Adolphus Reach of the Bay of Quinte in Lake Ontario.

Bay of Quinte

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Adolphustown is a geographic area located in Greater Napanee, Ontario, Canada, on the Adolphus Reach of the Bay of Quinte in Lake Ontario.

Lake Ontario

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Adolphustown is a geographic area located in Greater Napanee, Ontario, Canada, on the Adolphus Reach of the Bay of Quinte in Lake Ontario.

George III of the United Kingdom

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The settlement was named for Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge, seventh son of King George III.

Quakers

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A number of Quakers settled in this area in 1784 and held their first Monthly Meetings in Canada here.

United Empire Loyalist

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Adolphustown was founded in 1784 by United Empire Loyalists.