Pinhey's Point Foundation Merchandise
The Carleton Election or the Tale of a Bytown Ram. Soft cover.  This rollicking ten-canto poem is a work of political satire penned in 1832 by Hamnett Kirkes Pinhey himself. He was the victorious candidate in the local by-election. This book was reprinted with an historical introduction and explanatory notes. It offers rare insight into Upper Canadian politics at the local level and casts interesting sidelights on a host of early Ottawa Valley personalities and pioneer settlers, about whom additional biographical details are provided in an appendix.


Price: $8.00  Canadian, plus postage.

The Carleton Election or The Tale of Bytown Ram
Looking Back, by Naomi Slater Heydon.  Hard cover. 542pp. This book looks into the lives of two very prominent pioneers of Bytown and March, Nicholas Sparks and Hamnett Kirkes Pinhey. It provides information on both their antecedents and descendants and includes genealogies of other prominent Ottawa area families, including the Slaters, Curriers, Sherwoods, Hills, Greenes, and Stewarts. This edition has family trees, pictures, maps, some material on churches, and early photographs of several Ottawa area landmarks. So many interesting little tidbits of information can be found between the covers, such as that the land where the old county jail was built was donated by Nicholas Sparks. A valuable addition to the libraries of local history and genealogy enthusiasts - and an ideal gift for the rising generation of Pinhey descendants.
 
Price: Originally $39.95.  Now $30.00 Canadian, plus postage.
Ordering Instructions
Looking Back
Contact us for the postage rate for your address and then mail cheque to:
 
Pinhey’s Point Foundation
270 Pinhey’s Point Road
R.R. 1
Dunrobin, Ontario
K0A 1T0
 
info@pinheyspoint.ca

Nineteenth-century trade card of Dominion Organ Company
with Canadian winter scene.  The PPF collections include a Dominion organ formerly at St Mary’s Church, March.
Pinhey’s Point Foundation Christmas cards
Dr Hamnett Hill as Santa Claus. Hamnett Pinhey’s nephew dressed for the Governor General’s costume ball of 1876.
(Library and Archives Canada, PA-189666)
Single card with envelope:   $  2.50 + postage
Pack of 10 with envelopes   $19.95 + postage
Single card with envelope:   $  2.50 + postage
Pack of 10 with envelopes   $19.95 + postage
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