New Brampton – Proof of Urban Growth

  • 30 September, 2013 at 14:14 #2422
    Martin
    Keymaster

    This parish features regularly through the generations of our families despite being relatively modern, only coming into being in 1831 as the urban growth at the Eastern end of the old parish determined the need for a division into two distinct administrative areas.

    The township is covered by our new site: Brampton Old and New

    We’re looking for your contributions to the story of this parish, the people who lived there, the industry and commerce which prompted it’s growth, and of course the events of today which will be tomorrows history. Please do so through these forums or through the new site.

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