The Towns of Prescott County
The Towns of Prescott County
(Perpetually) Under Construction!  Please bear with me as I get all the pages created & updated!

In conjunction with the Lovell pages for each township, Prescott GenWeb is offering a page for city-specific information.  This will include pertinent phone numbers, addresses, and links of interest (not necessarily genealogical).  If you would like to add information or photos to any Town page, please email Tiffany, your Prescott GenWeb host.

Present-day Townships of Prescott County are Alfred Plantagenet (Alfred & North Plantagenet merged) , The Nation (South Plantagenet & Caledonia merged), East Hawkesbury, Champlain (West Hawkesbury & Longueuil merged).
Listed are all towns known to have existed in Prescott County.  Those in existence have individudal pages and are in BOLD (if they do not have a link but are bold, I'm still working on getting a page up for that place).  Those that are linked but not bolded are no longer in existence, but are described in Lovell's 1871 Directory. Those that no longer exist are not linked or bolded, but if they have an asterix, check the Post Office page.
Alfred & Plantagenet
The Nation
East Hawkesbury
Bradley Creek*
Alfred Centre*
Alfred Station
East Hawkesbury Mills
Johnston's Ferry
Laflamme Corners
Maple Row
Gratton Corners*
Rose Corner* (see Ste-Rose)
Riviera Estate
Le Foulon*
Plantagenet Station
Vankleek Hill Station
Fraser Ridge*
Val Franc*
Val Nation
In addition to Val Nation, I have seen Little Nation, Petite Nation, and South Nation all referred to in Prescott County.

Places in Prescott County that have been "misplaced" - we're not sure if they ever existed, but are thought to have at one point:
Fitzhenry's Mills, Lachance, Brown's Wharf,
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