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FLAMBOROUGH (HAMILTON)

The Flamborough area has a long history of human occupation. There is evidence in the immediate area of Paleo-Indian occupation. Later, the area was inhabited by the aboriginal people known variously as the Neutral or Attawandaron until they were annihilated by the Iroquois nations from what is now New York State. The first recorded visit to the area by Europeans was on September 24, 1669, when the French explorers La Salle and Joliet met near Tinawatawa, now Westover. When New France was conquered by the British in 1763, the territory became part of the British Empire.
After the American Revolution in 1783 and the creation of Upper Canada, land at the western end of Lake Ontario was surveyed and organized into townships, which included East Flamborough, West Flamborough and Beverly. Governor's Road (also known as Queen's Highway 99 and later Regional Roads 399 and 299) was built on the border with neighbouring Ancaster Township in 1794-95, linking York (later Toronto) and London.
The three townships were founding constituents of Wentworth County in 1816. The Village of Waterdown was created from that part of East Flamborough above the Niagara Escarpment and within approximately a kilometre of King's Highway No. 5 (Dundas Street). The Town of Dundas was created from parts of West Flamborough and Ancaster Townships.

 

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Hamilton Business Lawyer Christopher Neufeld is a corporate commercial solicitor and is admitted to practice law in both Ontario and New York State.  Christopher's legal practice focuses primarily on business law, in particular corporate commercial transactions. Legal services are provided to the Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth, including Hamilton, Ancaster, Dundas, Flamborough, Glanbrook and Stoney Creek, together with the neighbouring city of Burlington.   Please review our legal disclaimer and privacy policy prior to contacting us and be advised that contacting us does not create a lawyer-client relationship. The content of this website is purely for informational purposes and should not be relied upon - as you should consult a lawyer with respect to the specifics of your particular matter. For more insights into business company law visit www.companylawyer.info. COPYRIGHT 2009-10.

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