March 31, 2017

Barbara A. Martindale- For What It's Worth March 19, 2013

The day quadruplets were born to parents living in Caledonia was exciting and, of course, overwhelming for Donna and David Launslager. Yes, Caledonia was abuzz over the quads.

It was March 23, 1985 when three girl...

March 24, 2017

Barbara A. Martindale- For What It's Worth March 26, 2013

For some, these happenings in Caledonia will bring back memories. For others, it is another bit of Caledonia history.

Albert Emerson retired in 1966 as a 50-year employee of the Grand Trunk Railway and later CN. H...

March 17, 2017

Barbara A. Martindale- For What It's Worth April 3, 2013

In the In, or sometimes called the House of John Campbell, located where Tim Hortons is today, the first council of Caledonia met January 17, 1853. Caledonia had just been incorporated as a village.

For some time d...

March 10, 2017

Barbara A. Martindale- For What It's Worth April 9, 2013

A book of history came up in conversation this past week.

Grand River by Mabel Dunham, written in 1945, is a hardcover rare book these days and if one ever finds a copy, it is claimed to be worth much more than a f...

March 3, 2017

Barbara A. Martindale- For What It's Worth April 17, 2013

A pioneer who lived and did business in York, Caledonia and Indiana, is mentioned more often than most in the history of the area. Robert Wickett, a native of Devonshire, England born in 1812, came to York in the...

March 1, 2017

Ian D. Thompson, U.E.- Modern Memories -March 1, 2017

Previously, I toured you through the mechanics of the Mill, today I'll tell you how the machinery and workers completed the 'daily grind' and produced flour from wheat at the Caledonia Mill.


From it's conception, the...

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