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Located at the mouth of the Tay River, 7.53 km N of Durham Bridge, on the road to Nashwaak Bridge: Saint Marys Parish, York County: the estate of Dugald Campbell was called Taymouth: included the settlement of Nashwaak: PO 1841-1897: in 1866 Nashwaak was a farming community with 100 resident families, including 5 Campbell families, 6 Forbes families, 7 Fraser families, 6 McBane families, 6 Ross families and 6 Young families: in 1871 the community and surrounding district had a population of 200: in 1898 Nashwaak was a flag station on the Canada Eastern Railway and a farming settlement with 1 post office and a population of 30: also included the settlement of Middle Nashwaak: PO Middle Nashwaak 1898-1904: may have included the settlement of Lionville: PO Taymouth from 1904.

Latitude : 46° 11'

Longitude : 66° 37'

County : York

Parish : Saint Marys

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CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Pleasant Valley 3.71 0° N
Ross 3.71 0° N
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.