Lot 16 Concession 4
Last summer, when I met Kim Hurst, we decided to go driving around the properties that we were researching. When we came to the lot that our families had fought over in the 1830s we discovered old buildings on it. We gained permission to walk over and look at the buildings. After some questioning we found that the present house, which is occupied, was built during that time so the buildings and structures in these pictures are older. We then realized that we were looking at the place occupied by our relatives. The background on this page is taken from close to the spot on the home page. This picture is taken across from the old house and barn. The house that is being lived in is almost the same as the Erland Lee home. As the property is a private home I will not put a picture of that house here. These shots were taken with permission and the structures are very visible from the road. Most of the original settlers homes were log cabins. This would have been alittle later and alot more luxurious.
All of the following pictures were taken by Kimberly Hurst