The History, Character, & Architecture of Kincardine, Bon Accord, Upper Kintore & Lower Kintore
by L. Darlene Morton
April 1975 (unpublished manuscript; Published electronically 2023)
[This web version is under construction. Here’s a link to photos of the complete document: images of Darlene Morton’s original typed document including all illustrations, drawings of interior layouts, and original photographs of the buildings]
I wish to thank my mother, Kathleen Morton for providing me with most of the information about Kincardine, my father, Lloyd Morton for the transportation, Jim Barclay for the information about Upper and Lower Kintore, and Katherine Warman for that of Bon Accord.
Also I would like to thank all of the people of the Colony who were so helpful, my aunt, Ruby Phillips for the use of her camera, my brother-in-law, Charlie Cameron for taking some of the pictures, the Provincial Archives for developing some, and Vera Guitard for typing the project.
History of the Scotch Colony
The Free Grants Act of 1872 passed by the New Brunswick government, provided for the settlement of some of the Crown Lands of New Brunswick through the granting of free tracts of land to any individual or groups of immigrants who agreed to the provisions of the Act.Continue reading