I found your site interesting and informative. I would like to point out that there is a bullet point that suggests that Montgomery's Tavern was located in Thornhill. This is incorrect. It was located in Toronto on Yonge St just north of Eglinton at Montgomery Ave. on the south west corner.
Richard (Dick) Sutton Frizzell was a Tory Loyalist who lived in Thornhill and was key to preventing the rebellion. As a group of rebels were moving down Yonge, from Schomberg, Frizzell rode down to the city to forewarn them.
The rebels were met Montgomery's tavern where a short skirmish ensued and the rebels, numbering about 300 (most volunteers and unarmed) dispersed within about 20 minutes.
The Loyalists then looted and burned the tavern to the ground. A post office was erected on the site. And, presently, a condo (with the facade of the post office, intact) stands in place.
Ken Steinberg ksteinberg416atgmail.com