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Former Hornby School

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Originally Hornby School, now converted to Arc Industries
Hornby School was a "union" school with students from both Peel and Trafalgar Townships as it sat on the town line between the two. The school sections were the Union School Section No. 2 Chinguacousy and School Section No. AE Esquising. In 1842, Esquising divided itself into 15 school districts which displeased the residents of Hornby. The solution was to form a joint Esquesing-Trafalgar school section in 1848 and a lettering code was chosen to avoid renumbering all the sections. Hornby was assigned the code "AE" and Whaley's Corners, also a three township school, was "BC".
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.56681 Longitude: -79.83293
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Former Hornby School

Originally Hornby School, now converted to Arc Industries