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Yours faithfully, Mary Simpson

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This reminds me of this time my wife, 5 year old stepdaughter, and I were at a diner. Black couple comes in and sits down right next to us. 5 year old starts talking about Martin Luther King, and asks loudly why there were so many slaves in the fields. Quick changings of subject and uncomfortable silence followed.

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Mary Simpson

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Sent: Monday, August 07, 2017 10:48 AM
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Can I ask how you took book notes? I attempted to take book notes this semester, but found myself getting frustrated and then quitting because it took too long and I found myself wasting time writing invaluable information. My grades are acceptable, but are in need of improvement for grad school. Thanks!

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May 3rd -4th – Reenactment Weekend 2014


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Memorial Service to remember the soldiers who died at the Battle of Longwoods March 4, 1814 to take place

May 2nd – Education Day

May 3rd -4th – Reenactment Weekend For more information go to:

The History of the Battle of Longwoods

The first weekend in May, at the Longwoods Road Conservation Area, you can experience history being brought to life.  Every year, the Upper Thames Military Re-enactment Society presents the Battle of Longwoods.

Step back in time to March 4, 1814, as British troops attempt to expel American invaders. Hear the crack of the musket and the roar of the cannon. Come and experience life in the early 19th century. See the colourful clothing, smell the food prepared over open fires, and let us entertain your family for the day.

At the Longwoods Road Conservation Area
8348 Longwoods Rd
Mount Brydges

Contact  Marvin Recker (519) 471-9546

Lawrence Mitchell Merin

Lawrence Merin conceived the Legacy Photo Shoot to honour his clan, the Lutchin family of Wardsville

MERIN, Lawrence Mitchell A devoted family man and gifted photographer, whose work improved the lives of others, died Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at home in Nashville. He was 61. Larry was the founder and director of the Vanderbilt Ophthalmic Imaging Center at Vanderbilt University, and an Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology. A loving father, husband and brother, Larry was preceded in death by his parents, Anne and Earl Merin. He is survived by his wife, Becky; daughter, Sydney and son, David; sister, Elaine Merin Perri of Chicago; mother-in-law and father-in-law, Esther and John Cervantes; sisters-in-law, Julie (Doug) King, Anna (Mike) Lemos and Debra Vazquez, all of CA, and many loving nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and cousins. The funeral service was held Sunday, November 11th at Congregation Micah.

Our ace in the hole: Skunk’s Misery

“Skunk’s Misery” consists of forest, grassland, wetland and watercourses.  It straddles three counties and links to the Thames River. The woodlands play a significant role in protecting the air, soil and water. Skunk’s Misery is one of the few places in Canada where you can find a mix of Carolinian trees, such as Chestnut, Sassafras, Tulip Tree and Flowering Dogwood, typical of more southern climates.  In the woodland and along the roadsides, is one of the country’s most diverse butterfly populations.   The site has Canada’s largest colony of endangered Acadian Flycatcher along with many other rare species such as Black Rat Snakes and Cerulean Warblers. [1]  The stories about Orville Shaw, the hermit of Skunk’s Misery, need to be written down.

Excerpt from Nov 28th Inventory


[1] News release from Middlesex County and Carolinian Canada, Re: Unveiling of Skunk’s Misery Plaque.  July 5, 2005.

Battle of Longwoods: Dave Chidley

Check out Dave Chidley’s photographs.  He attended last year’s Battle of the Longwoods Memorial and his CP pictures went out over the wire and were published in several Canadian newspapers.

And here’s a description about the battle by L.N. Bronson. 1964.

This engagement of the war of 1812-14 lasted four times as long as Moraviantown and over the years has yielded more legend and folklore than any other engagement (except the mystery as to where Tecumseh’s body was buried after Moraviantown.)

Longwoods and a skirmish at Byron were probably the only two clashes in Middlesex County – Longwoods customarily being accepted as the eastern most point gained by organized American inivaders in the county. The legends which have spring up about Longwoods are:

  • That the United States invaders poured water on the side of the hill on a bitter cold night, then threw snow over the quickly formed ice to handicap the British. Undoubtedly this is true, although not mentioned in any official report, but accepted as fact by the History of the Province of Ontario.
  • That ghosts of the dead British soldiers often were seen on the battlefield. Merely an old wives’ tale – the Longwoods, that huge 190,000 acres 40-mile long forest which stretches from roughly Delaware to Bothwell was a favourite source of ghost tales.That a treasure in British gold was buried there. Equally an old wives’ tale.

Newspaper source unknown.