THE VILLAGE HOUSE TOUR
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71 Forsyth Street was originally the home of Ely Clairmont, one of two brothers who were blacksmiths, having come to Marmora in the early 1850s from Quebec, to set up shop, probably lured by the iron works. To read more about his brother, Charles, click here.
15 Madoc Street, then and now
This house is 104 Forsythe St. Marmora. It was built by James (Jim) Martin in approximately the 1940s. Jim & Sabina Martin along with their 6 boys lived here during the winter & then lived at their white cottage at the end of Quinn Rd during the summer. (Info from Karen Gravelle)