During the period from about 1875 to 1884, publishers produced what were referred to as “historical atlases” of most of the counties of Ontario. These included township and town maps, details of residents and business who paid for summaries to be included, and other details. One of the key features from a family history point of view are the township maps, laying out the surveyed property lots and the names of the current owners.

In 1998, McGill University began a project of indexing and digitally reproducing these atlases. We are grateful to the Canadian County Atlas Digital Project, Rare Books and Special Collections, McGill University for allowing us to share their index for Haldimand and Nofolk counties with us. The table below is searchable on all fields, and the final column to the right is a direct link to the available information from the county atlas about the identified individuals as presented on the website of the Canadian County Atlas Digital Project site.

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