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Hastings Highlands Issues
(Articles by Bill Cheshire)

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TopicOriginal Message FromLast Update Replies
Baptiste Family Lineage donnagl1954@hotmail.com Nov. 7, 2017
Turtle Activity in Our Community kkwalrus@yahoo.ca Aug. 30, 2017
McLellan/Walker family that lived in L'Amable tleonard@bell.net Aug. 17, 2017
Memories of Macallister Island in 1963cieslar@sympatico.ca Aug. 15, 2017 1
Chief John Baptiste's daughter Susan?? kevdogmolson@yahoo.ca Jan. 31, 2013
Grant Memories norm_grant2005@yahoo.com Dec. 30, 2011
Baptiste in the 60's Christine Cieslar Sept. 1, 2011 1
Memories of Baptiste/Chateau/Nancy Summers ccgordon@zoominternet.net Oct. 10, 2011 3
Gros-Louis "Big Louie" Commandant Rita at pqtritz@aol.com Sept.12, 2010
Baptiste Memories - 1960's David Ransom Aug. 30, 2010 1
Old Baptiste photos nancy.taylor@ripnet.com Oct. 1, 2010 3
Arthur Bartley own a resort? Heather Moller July 5, 2010 1
Ghost stories about Baptiste lake!
Thought you might enjoy taking a look at the following site. Click here to read stories: www.torontoghosts.org
'Dead Horse Point' is another confusing location. An old lumbermen who used to raft logs down the lake once told me that they called the rock and pine point where the older Kerr cottage now is, 'Dead Horse Point' in honour of a raft horse which died there. Now, the sandy point nearer the marina seems to have inherited the name.
RE: location of "Dead Horse Point". Henry Chamberlain, a farmer from McGary Flats told us in the fifties that the horses were drowned off of Pine Point (Kerr's yellow cottage) I found horse's teeth while swimming at the beach in the cottage next door (Waltier) in the sixties. From: [dalemjones101@hotmail.com]
Did you know that Baptiste has an island called a point (Rabbit Point) and a nearby point called an island (Wyke Island.) Makes our lake more interesting.