This map is by no means exact but it should give you an idea
of how the township was/is situated.
Was a post office in the Historical Atlas for Lanark County. Irish settlers of the 1840s were the first settlers to this area. It was named after Michael Stanley. There was a school, town hall and a few houses in 1863.
Westport road shows in the Historical Atlas for Lanark County but the village does not.
|North Burgess Township, Lanark County.|
|Saint Bridget RC - Stanleyville - originals are at the Church||.||1889-1920||.||1298932|
|copy includes index 1889-1940||B||1889-1910||.||.|
|another filming - includes confirmations||BMD||1889-1920||.||2032236
|North Burgess Twp.||Ontario
MS 451 Reel 22 MS 451 Reel 31
Transcribed Censuses available in book form:
|.||North Burgess Township||.||.|
|1851||Bathurst & N. Burgess Twps.||Sargeant,
Robert E extracted from NAC film #C-11731 / compiled by
JR Ernest Miller Kingston Ont - 1989 - 80 leaves
Branch - OGS
Robert E extracted from NAC film #C-1042 / compiled by JR
Ernest Miller Kingston Ont - 1994 - 27 leaves
Branch - OGS
|1871||Bathurst, N. Burgess & N. Elmsley Twps.||Robert and Roberta Sargeant||Lanark County Genealogical Society|
|1891||Montague Township, North Burgess Township, North Elmsley Township||by Ernest E. Miller & Robert E. Sargeant ; arranged for publication by Roberta Sargeant Kingston, Ont. : Kingston Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1996. ISBN: 0777905167 (pbk.)||Kingston Branch - OGS|
Taxation Records for Lanark County (general)
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