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Wolford Chapel

Wolford Chapel

Photo by contributor Robert Youngs - Posted August, 2005

Wolford Chapel

Photo from Google Street View ©2010 Google - Posted December, 2010

Wolford Chapel

Photo by contributor Julian Simpson - Posted June, 2007

Wolford Chapel

Photo by contributor Anonymous - Posted July, 2014

Plaque Location

At Wolford Chapel, off Limers Lane
6 km north of High Street in Honiton

Coordinates: N 50 50.418 W 03 13.606


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Plaque Text

This family chapel on the former estate of Upper Canada's first Lieutenant-Governor, John Graves Simcoe, was given to the people of Ontario by Sir Geoffrey Harmsworth. At a ceremony held on September 27, 1966, the Honourable John P. Robarts, Prime Minister of Ontario, accepted the deed to the chapel and grounds from Sir Geoffrey and title to an essential right-of-way from Mr. A.G. LeMarchant.



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