Textual Archives

Herein is the written history of the Horsefly area. It comes from sources stored at and produced by the Jack-Lynn Memorial Museum operated by the Horsefly Historical Society.

The Horsefly Historical Society was established in April 1970 and the museum doors were opened in August 1973. Publications about the history of the Horsefly area were printed as early as May 1975.

It is the people who have shared their stories and memories and the Historical Society who has keep them alive that has helped to make this site a reality. Giving opportunity and enjoyment to all those who take an interest in the Early History of the Horsefly area.

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  Brief History
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  Horsefly's Name
  Peter Dunlevey
  Corner House
  Pioneer Stories
  Past People
  Street Names
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