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The Brant House

The Brant House

Photos by Alan L Brown - Posted December, 2010

The Brant House

Plaque Location

The Region of Halton
The City of Burlington
At the southwest corner of Lakeshore Road
and North Shore Boulevard


Coordinates: N 43 19.114 W 79 48.089

Map

Plaque Text

The original house on this site was built about 1800 by the famous Mohawk Chief Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea). Two years previously Captain Brant had been granted some 1,415 ha of land in this area for his military services to the Crown during the American Revolution. He died here in 1807, and the house, around which grew the community of Wellington Square, was thereafter occupied by his wife Catherine and his youngest son Captain John Brant (Ahyouwaeghs). The present house, a replica of the original, is the result of an extensive restoration carried out in 1937-38.

Related Ontario plaques
Thayendanega (Joseph Brant) 1742-1807
Ahyouwaeghs John Brant 1794-1832

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