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Hawley House, The

Built in the 1780s by Captain Jeptha Hawley, a loyalist from Vermont, the Hawley House is probably the oldest remaining house in the Bay of Quinte area and one of the oldest in the province. The stone portion of the building was added the following decade to provide living quarters for the Reverend John Langhorn, the first resident Anglican clergyman in the district.

Location

On the grounds of the house, 531 Main Street, Bath

Region: Eastern Ontario

County/District: County of Lennox and Addington

Municipality: Township of Loyalist

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