Guidal Directory Map of Elgin County Published by Map and Advertising Co. Limited Toronto Price $1.00
This map has been drawn and compile with great care from the best available data and original surveys but the publishers do not guarantee it to be absolutely free from error-disclaimer written on map
Also included with the map is an index (Name, Number, P.O., Description ( owner or tenant), Concession and Lot). At the end of the index it gives a list of all the post offices that are located in the township in question.
At bottom of map there is a Calendar for 1918
(>100 pages of photocopied pieces of the map-not in order to put back together)
Photograph of the Ontario Genealogical Society, Elgin County Branch, Cemetery Walk at the West Ave. Cemetery, May 20, 1992, West Ave. Cemetery. Photograph by W.G. Stewart.
Front row, left to right: Marsha Sadler, Brenda Edmonds, Catherine Williams, unidentified, Kay Lemon, Steve Peters, June Main, Bill Main, Leroy Harvey.
Second row: Kim Reckerman, Jean Bircham, Marg Daugharty, unidentified, unidentified, Janet Medlyn, Shirley Ewanick, Norma Smith, unidentified, unidentified, Ruth Marr, Mary Virginia Towers, Pauline Czerewko.
Third row: D.C. McKillop, Carol Hall, Mary Sanders, Eileene Stewart, unidentified, Doug Campbell, Jim Medlyn, unidentified, Kelly Gerbino, Terry Gibson, Lloyd Smith, Stan Daugherty, Jeff Booth, John Atkin, Sherry Howard, Ray Williams.
Fourth row: Unidentified, Betty Kalfliesh, Don Carroll, Joan Peters.
Fifth row: unidentified, Don Cosens, unidentified.
A photocopy of a St. Thomas Times-Journal article: "Last week's grant loss puts cemetery on shaky ground", April 7, 2015.
A photocopy of a St. Thomas Times-Journal article: "Jobs at historic cemetery in danger over funding", April 12, 2015.
An essay on the history of farms and families in the area of Bayham Concession 10. Written by Duane Duff of Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, and sent to the Elgin County Archives in October 2020.
The essay primarily discusses the Firby farm, which was the second farm on the south side of Bayham Concession 10 (now Best Line) west of Corinth. This was later the farm where Duane Duff grew up. The essay discusses the history of the land, the Firby family, and neighbouring families. It also mentions the following people and subjects: Dan Floto, Jerry McKenney, Wilfred Travis, the tile and brick yard that Jackson Firby owned, the Orvis Babcock family, the Charlie Jennings family, a swimming hole called Jerry Creek, the Firby Cemetery, the Corinth School Reunion in 1995, Margaret Ronson, Andy Ronson, Olive Jennings, and Harold Summers.