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Located 2.56 km E of Tracey Mills: Wicklow Parish and Wilmot Parish, Carleton County: first called Perkins Corner for Richard Perkins, who settled here in 1855: renamed Wheeler's Corner: name was changed to Centreville to reflect its location among a cluster of settlements: PO Centreville from 1862: in 1866 Centreville was a farming community with approximately 50 families: in 1871 the village and surrounding district had a population of 650: in 1898 Centreville was a port of entry and a settlement with 1 post office, 12 stores, 1 hotel, 1 grist mill, 3 churches and a population of 400: Centreville was incorporated as a village in 1966.

Latitude : 46° 26'

Longitude : 67° 43'

County : Carleton

Parish : Wicklow

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Other communities within the vicinity of    

CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Gregg Settlement 2.25 35° NE
Tracey Mills 2.56 270° W
Hartley Settlement 3.16 306° NW
Pioneer 3.71 180° S
Hunters Corner 3.83 90° E
White Glen 3.92 161° SSE
Orchards Corner 3.92 341° NNW
Boundary Presquile 4.26 296° WNW
East Centreville 4.26 64° ENE
Long Settlement 4.5 215° SW
Lamoreaux Corner 4.5 35° NE
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.