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Middlesex County GenWeb
Visitors Information

If you're planning a trip to Middlesex County include the following places of genealogical interest in your itinerary

Be sure to call ahead to verify that the dates and times of operation are correct

Libraries & Research Facilities

    London-Middlesex County Branch OGS Library, Grosvenor Lodge, 1017 Western Rd, London

      Phone: (519) 645-2845; Fax: (519) 645-0981
      Open: Mon - Fri, 9-4 (OGS volunteers 1-4); Sat 10-4

    Family History Centre, (Church of Latter-Day Saints), 1139 Riverside Drive, London

      Reservations are necessary, Call early to book your place
      Phone: (519) 473-2421
      Open: Tue 10-1, 7-10; Wed-Thu 10-4; Sat 10-3
      Closed all holidays and two weeks at Christmas (note: summer hours-June, closed Tues., July closed Wed. and August closed Thur. from June to September the Sat. hours are reduced to 10 to 1pm)

    London Room, Central Library, 305 Queens Ave, London

      Open: Mon-Tue 9-9; Wed 1-9; Thu-Sat 9-5

    University of Western Ontario, Richmond Street, London

      Weldon Library

        Open: Mon - Thu, 8:30 am - 11 pm (Reference Help until 9 pm); Fri, 8:30 am - 10 pm (Reference Help until 5 pm); Sat, 11 am - 8 pm (Reference Help until 6 pm); Sun, Noon - 10 pm (Reference Help until 6 pm)

      Regional Collections (Weldon Library)

        Open: Mon-Fri 10-4

      Special Collections

        (Weldon Library)
        Open: Mon-Fri, 9 am - Noon

Sites of Historical Interest

    Eldon House

      Corner of Ridout St & Queen's Aven (481 Ridout St, North), London - Built by John Harris in 1834

    The Old Court House

      Corner of Ridout & Dundas St's - First built in 1830 an adjacent jail was built in the 1840's. Unchanged since 1844

    St. Paul's Cathedral

      Corner of Richmond St & Queen's Ave, London - Built 1844-1846

    Trinity Church

      Main intersection, Lambeth - built c1850

    St. John's Anglican Church

      Corner of 7th Concession & Highway 4, Arva - Built in 1875

    Arva Flour Mill

      Built c1825 by Mr. Martin; was one of the first grist mills in the area

    Fanshawe Pioneer Village

      Located in Fanshawe Park, London, opened in 1959 the village is "an authentic reproduction of a typcial crossroads community of the pre-railway era of the 19th century"

    Fanshawe Dam

      Located in Fanshawe Park, London, built 1955

    Komoka Railway Museum

      133 Queen, Komoka

    Strathroy Middlesex Museum

      84 Oxford St, Strathroy, originally a home built by W.H. Murray c1871

    Ska-Nah-Doht Indian Village

      Located in Mount Brydges. Replica of a Neutral Indian village in pre European contact era

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