PO Box # 103,
Ontario Tourism Region : The Great Waterway
- Pop. 218. In Augusta T., Leeds and Grenville Cs., on Kemptville Cr. and C. Rds. 6 & 15, 24 km NW of Brockville.
- The place was founded in 1811 and in the 1820s known as Bellamy's Mills and Bellamyville after brothers Edward, Samuel, Chauncey, and Hiram Bellamy who took over a sawmill owned by the original Loyalist settler, Daniel Dunham.
- The brothers added a grist mill, distillery, potashery, and general store. Another early settler was tanner Aaron B. Pardee, who was a prominent figure in the Sons of Temperance movement and to whose memory a monument stands in the local Presbyterian c
- Ironically, he was a cousin of the Bellamy brothers whose enterprises included a distillery. The divisions within the Methodist Church before Church Union in 1884 were clearly visible within the small community.
- In 1871, when the population totalled 400, there were three Methodist churches: the Wesleyan Methodist, the Episcopal Methodist, and the New Connection Methodist.
- When the post office opened in 1840, the community took the name of the T. in which it was located.
Natural Resources Canada in Leeds and Grenville County.
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