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Town of Ingersoll (Lower Tier Oxford)

Phone : (519) 485-3700
Your Host(s) : Canada Post Ingersoll

Ingersoll, ON (Nearby: Salford, Beachville, Putnam, Mount Elgin, Embro)

36 Charles St. W.
Ingersoll, Ontario
N5C 2L6

Ontario Tourism Region : Southwestern

Description From Owner:
  • Pop. 10,000. In North Oxford and West Oxford Ts., Oxford C., on the Thames R. and Hwy 19 and C. Rd. 9, 32 km E of London.
  • The town is named after Maj. Thomas Ingersoll, a member of a wealthy Massachusetts family, who brought settlers to the Niagara Peninsula in 1793 after being promised 80,000 acres (32,400 ha) of land.
  • The British government revoked its promise, and Ingersoll settled instead on the Thames R. trail where First Nations Peoples used to cross to Brantford to see their chief, Joseph Brant.
  • The community was first known as Oxford-Upon-The-Thames and later as Ingersollville.
  • In 1822 the post office opened as Oxford. In 1852 the name was changed to Ingersoll. The major's eldest daughter, Laura, married United Empire Loyalist James Secord, a sergeant in the First Lincoln Militia.
  • During the War of 1812, Laura Secord walked 32 km through the bush from her home at Queenston to warn the British commander of an impending American attack.
  • Major Ingersoll left the area in 1805 to settle at what is now Oakville near Toronto, but his son Charles returned in 1817 and laid out the townsite. In 1857 a great hoax was pulled here.
  • Rumours of an alligator-like creature in the village pond drew 10,000 people to watch attempts to capture it. Supervising the operation was an eminent scientist from the United States, whose airs alienated the locals.
  • There was great dehght when he finally caught the monster -- the stuffed carcass of a cow!
  • In 1866 Ingersoll cheese producers manufactured a 7,300-pound (3,311 kg) cheese. It was 21 feet (6.4 m) in circumference and was exhibited at the New York State Fair and in London, England.

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  • Dunn's Corner, 4km
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  • Zorra Station, 7km
  • Rayside, 6km
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  • Foldens, 6km
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  • Dereham Centre, 14km
  • Holiday, 13km
  • Avon, 15km
  • Zenda, 13km
  • Perrys Lane, 15km
  • Culloden, 17km
  • Tollgate, 15km
  • Braemar, 17km
  • Curries, 13km
  • Willow Lake, 17km
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  • Bennington, 18km
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  • Ostrander, 18km
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  • Three Bridges, 15km
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  • Bradburn Subdivision, 21km
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  • Gladstone, 20km
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  • Lyons, 23km
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Nearby Lakes:
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  • Mud Lake, 9km
  • Spring Lake, 14km
  • Embro Pond, 15km
  • Hodges Pond, 12km
  • Lake Whittaker, 16km
  • Mud Lakes, 18km
  • Mill Pond, 17km
  • Sunova Lake, 21km
  • Lake Lisgar, 22km
  • Beattie Pond, 20km
  • Harrington Pond, 24km
  • Foster Ponds, 21km
  • Trout Lake, 23km
  • St. Josephs Lake, 24km
  • Wildwood Lake, 26km
  • Trotters Lake, 24km
  • Fowlers Pond, 25km
  • Buchanan Lake, 26km
  • Buck Pond, 26km
  • Park Haven Lake, 26km
  • Maple Lake, 27km
  • Pine Pond, 26km
  • Mill Pond, 25km
  • Fanshawe Lake, 25km
  • Tennants Pond, 27km
  • Cooley Pond, 27km
  • McCarthy Lake, 36km
  • Pond Mills, 28km
  • Springwater Pond, 35km
  • White's Pond, 36km
  • Shakespeare Pond, 38km
  • Lake Victoria, 38km
  • Westminster Ponds, 30km
  • Walkers Pond, 30km
  • Burgess Lake, 33km
  • Lake Hunger, 33km
  • Levey Lake, 34km
  • The Cove, 33km
  • Pinafore Lake, 40km
  • Spongy Lake, 46km
  • Hofstetter Lake, 45km
  • Sanders Pond, 44km
  • Alder Lake, 44km
  • Union Pond, 45km
  • Watson Pond, 44km
  • O'neals Pond, 42km
  • Sunfish Lake, 52km
  • Jedburgh Pond, 45km
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