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Clemens' Family Migrations

Abraham C. Clemens Emigrates to Waterloo TownshipIn 1809

Abraham Clemens came to Waterloo Township accompanied by most of his family. At the time he migrated he was listed as a mature parent, that is still having dependent children at home.

He purchased a farm from the estate of Abraham Gingrich at the east end of Preston, Waterloo County at Lot 1, Concession 1 on the Dumfries Line. In 1819 he purchased 516 acres in Concession 3, including what is now the town of Hespeler.

From Hespeler History: " Michael Bergy and Abraham C. Clement(s) were owners of the site of Hespeler. Mr Bergy built the first sawmill and a small foundery. Later he built a second mill which he sold to to Mr. Abraham Clement(s). About 1840 Cornelius Pannabaker erected another mill and foundery."

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Nov 12, 2022

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