Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesGenealogy · 8 years ago

I need information about a family called the proctor They lived in hornings mills Ontario?

I need to know this ASAP cause a family's friend was realated and want to know what happend

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  • 8 years ago
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    As Furious Unicorn indicates, without knowing a time frame, it is difficult to try to track down any information for you.

    Hornings Mills is in Melancthon Township, Dufferin County, Ontario, Canada.

    In the 1911 Canada census (the most recent Canada census records available to the public), I found only one person named Proctor living in Melancthon Township: Howard Proctor, born June 1890 in Ontario, and working as a hired farm hand.

    Source: Automated Genealogy - 1911 Ontario Census, Dufferin Co.


    Line 36, Household 102

    In 1911, there were 10 others with the surname Proctor living in other parts of Dufferin Co., Ontario:


    Please edit your question with Additional Details. If you are seeking information which happended within some recent years and was about someone named Proctor from the spot in the road named Hornings Mills, Melancthon Township, Dufferin Co., Ontario, you may need to contact one of the newspapers for that area to see if there were any news stories printed.

    The newspapers I found printed in Dufferin Co. are the Orangeville Citizen and the Orangeville Banner, both based in the county seat, Orangeville.

    Orangeville Citizen


    10 First Street, Orangeville, ON L9W 2C4, Canada

    Phone: 519-941-2230

    Newspaper Archives search result for "Proctor":


    Search results through 2005 - 4 pages of search results

    Orangeville Banner


    37 Mill, Orangeville, ON L9W 2M4, Canada

    Phone: 519-941-1350

    Full text newspaper archive, Sept. 1, 1999 to Present - includes more than just the Orangeville Banner archives, however:


    Since you are in Canada, also visit your local public library and talk with a reference library regarding your question. He/she may be able to direct you to some sources of information.

    Librarians--Ask Us, We Answer!

    Find your local Canadian Public Library at:

    Source(s): Professional genealogist + Reference/information librarian (retired) - in the USA
  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    I can't find anything, do you have any more clues? Like what year it was and what sort of thing happened?

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