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|Written by Jennifer Nodwell|
|Tuesday, 27 January 2009 00:28|
According to Brenda Ayres, One of William Nodwell's grandsons, Samuel, born Oct 4 1861, moved his family up to Bruce County, which is about 100 miles north of Erin, in Ontario. He lived amongst the Indian or natives and eventually an Indian village was named after him. This is a picture, dedicated by the Province of Ontario to commemorate it.
You can visit the Plaque in Port Elgin at a park at High and Market Streets.
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