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  1. Frontenac County - Wikipedia › wiki › Frontenac_County

    Frontenac County is a county and census division of the Canadian province of Ontario. It is located in the eastern portion of Southern Ontario. The city of Kingston is in the Frontenac census division, but is separated from the County of Frontenac.

  2. Frontenac County, Quebec - Wikipedia › wiki › Frontenac_County,_Quebec

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Frontenac County was a county of Quebec, Canada. It existed between 1912 and the early 1980s. The territory it covered is today divided into the regional county municipalities of Le Granit in the administrative regions of the Estrie and Beauce-Sartigan in Chaudière-Appalaches.

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  4. Florida, Frontenac County - Wikipedia › wiki › Florida,_Frontenac_County

    Florida, Frontenac County From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For the settlement of the same name in Cochrane District, Ontario, see Florida, Cochrane District. Florida is a dispersed rural community in the northwest corner of the municipality of Kingston, Frontenac County in Eastern Ontario, Canada.

  5. Frontenac - Wikipedia › wiki › Frontenac

    Frontenac: or The Atotarho of the Iroquois, a poem by Alfred Billings Street Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search term This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Frontenac .

  6. South Frontenac - Wikipedia › wiki › Keelerville,_Frontenac

    South Frontenac is a township in Frontenac County in eastern Ontario, Canada. It was amalgamated in 1998 from the former townships of Bedford, Loughborough, Portland, and Storrington.

  7. North Frontenac, Ontario - Wikipedia › wiki › Ardoch,_Ontario

    The Township of North Frontenac is a 1,164.73 square km lower-tier municipality, part of Frontenac County, and home to over 1,842 permanent residents. In addition, there are an estimated 5,000 seasonal residents. The low density of the population (1.7 people per km 2) makes for the preservation of a scenic landscape.

  8. John White (Frontenac County) - Wikipedia › wiki › John_White_(Frontenac_County)

    John White (Frontenac County) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia John White (c. 1761 – January 4, 1800) was a lawyer and politician in Upper Canada. He was the first Attorney General for Upper Canada.

  9. Inverary, Ontario - Wikipedia › wiki › Inverary,_Ontario

    Inverary is a Compact Rural Community and unincorporated place in South Frontenac, Frontenac County in eastern Ontario, Canada.The community was originally called Storrington post office in 1845, for (the now) geographic Storrington Township in which the community lies.

  10. Louis de Buade de Frontenac - Wikipedia › wiki › Louis_de_Buade_de_Frontenac

    Louis de Buade, Comte de Frontenac et de Palluau (French pronunciation: [lwi də bɥad kɔ̃t də fʁɔ̃tənak e də palɥo]; 22 May 1622 – 28 November 1698) was a French soldier, courtier, and Governor General of New France in North America from 1672 to 1682 and from 1689 to his death in 1698.

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