Harpley

(Dispersed Rural Community)
No Longer Exists

LOCATION:
South town line between Concession 20-21
Historic (Geographic) Location*: Stephen Township, Huron County

The post office was located in the home of Thomas Nelson Hayter who became postmaster in 1879. It's thought the office was named for the birthplace of his wife Martha who was born in Harpley Parish, Norfolk, England.

Source(s) of Information:
Debbie Burr
Joseph Hayter


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