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The official website for the city of Watford is http://www.warwicktownship.ca/.
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Facts about Watford
Watford is also known as: Watford.
And some of the notable people born here have been: (harvey stapleford), (jim jones (politician)), (frank l. shaw), (charles janes), and (hugh mackenzie).
Watford is represented by Prov. riding Todd Case, Mayor Lambton—Kent—Middlesex, and Federal riding Lambton—Kent—Middlesex.
Warwick is a rural township in Lambton County, Ontario, Canada, with a population (2011) of 3717.Bisected by the Egremont Road that was surveyed to link London with the Lake Huron shoreline in 1832, the township began to attract settlers including those helped by charitable organizations, such as Lord Sheffield's Petworth settlers, and retired soldiers from the British Army. A village by the same name was surveyed within the township where Bear Creek crossed the Egremont.The larger village of Watford was established to the southeast of Warwick Village when the Great Western Railway was established in the 1850s. Watford became an incorporated village in 1873 while parts of Warwick were removed for municipal purposes when the villages of Forest and Arkona were incorporated in the 1870s.With municipal restructuring in 2001, Watford and Warwick were merged. While agriculture remains a mainstay the township's location between the cities of London and Sarnia means that increasingly residents find work in these larger centres. Starting in 2005 a group of volunteers actively worked to research and write a detailed history of the township and collect a substantial archive of historical materials. The resulting project was published as The Township of Warwick: A Story Through Time in 2008. Subsequently, an archives of the materials was established at the Lambton Room in Wyoming, Ontario.In addition to Warwick and Watford, the township also includes the smaller communities of Birnam and Wisbeach.
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