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arrow York County : 475 records found

information Established in 1785: named for the second son of King GeorgeIII, Prince Frederick-Augustus (1763-1827), who was made Duke of York in 1784: York County contained all of Carleton County until 1831.

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1: Acton 2: Allandale 3: Allandale Station
4: Alma 5: Astle 6: Aucpaque
7: Averys Portage 8: Baker Settlement 9: Bantalor
10: Barkers Point 11: Barony 12: Barton
13: Bates Settlement 14: Bear Island 15: Beaver Dam
16: Beckwith Ridge 17: Berwick 18: Big Stoneridge
19: Bird Settlement 20: Birdton 21: Blaney Ridge
22: Blaney Ridge 23: Bloomfield Ridge 24: Blowdown Settlement
25: Boone Settlement 26: Boyds Corner 27: Brewers Mills
28: Bright Parish 29: Bristol 30: Brockway
31: Bull Lake 32: Bulmer Field 33: Burden
34: Burgoins Ferry 35: Burnside 36: Burpee
37: Burtts Corner 38: Cahill 39: Cairds
40: Caledonia Settlement 41: California Settlement 42: Campbell
43: Campbell Settlement 44: Campbell Settlement 45: Campbellton
46: Canterbury 47: Canterbury 48: Canterbury Parish
49: Cardigan 50: Carroll Ridge 51: Carson
52: Caverhill 53: Caverhill 54: Central Hainesville
55: Central Keswick Ridge 56: Central Kingsclear 57: Central Waterville
58: Centreville 59: Charlie Lake 60: Charters Settlement
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