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London District     (Geographic District)    
No Longer Exists     

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Formerly in Home District & Western District

Established in 1800 from Home District and Western District, abolished in 1849; Consisted of the current counties of part of Brant, Elgin, part of Halidmand, part of Middlesex, Norfolk, and most of Oxford. In 1826 consisted of the current counties of part of Brant, Elgin, most of Middlesex, Norfolk and Oxford; In 1837 Norfolk County was removed to create Talbot District. In 1839 Oxford County was removed to Brock District. In 1841 Perth & Huron Counties became part of Huron District. In 1845 London District consisted of the current counties of Elgin and most of Middlesex.

District Towns: Charlotteville (1798-1815), Tisdale's Mills (1815-1818), vittoria (1818-1826), London (1826-1849)

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