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Leonard Sovereign"Established in 1794, this community was first established as a saw and grist mill community. Paul Averill would operate the first successful grist mill venture during the start of the 19th century. The earlier names of the settlement included: ''Sayles' Mills'', ''Sovereign's Mills'' and ''Lodersville'', before finally becoming Waterford in 1826 when they opened their first post office.
This community sits on the old Canada Southern Railroad (CN/CP). The now idle line passes through Ontario between Buffalo, New York and Detroit, Michigan. An electric railroad once operated in Waterford; the official fare from Galt to Waterford was a mere $1.05 (in today's money) while taking it to nearby Simcoe cost $1.25 plus taxes ( in today's money)." Just to name a few, Waterford is home to Camp Trillium, Deer Park, walking trail, Pumpkinfest and the Waterford Heritage and Agricultural Museum.
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Tom and Eugenie Porr Modern Dream Home
Gerry and Dorothy Kott Unique Custom Designed Home
Murdoch/Pearce/Rainey/Ball Historic Heritage home
Merritt-McMichael-Hunter/McGregor 19th Century Home
Cline Home
Taryn Creigton/Eric Mulders 19th Century Home
Waterford Heritage and Agricultural Musuem
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