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Lambton County, Ontario Canada Names and Places -L-

Ladysmith
A post office opened at Lot 22, Con. 2, Moore, about the time of the relief of Ladysmith in the South African war. A Mr. Coyle was the first postmaster. It of course bore its name from Ladysmith, South Africa.

Lake Smith
A small lake situate in the Township of Bosanquet, between Thedford and Grand Bend, in close proximity to what is known as the Klondike Road: It has no importance other than being a mecca for duck shooting in season.

Lambton Celery Gardens
No history of Lambton would be complete that did not mention this area. Many acres of extremely fertile land having been reclaimed by the drainage system between Thedford and Port Frank was found to be wonderfully adapted for celery growing, and has developed into a real industry, many car loads of choicest celery being shipped from Thedford annually from these fields. The sight as one drives through these gardens during the summer months is pleasing to the eye, and at the same time a revelation.

Langbank
A post office situated on Lot 21, Con. 11, Township of Dawn, named after the native place in Scotland of Mr. J. C. Wood. This post office was opened in 1890 with Mr. J. C. Wood as first postmaster.

Logierait
A post office opened at the house of David Hossie, 12th Concession, Moore, in 1863, named after a town in Scotland. Mr. Hossie was first postmaster. It passed out as a post office on the introduction of rural mail service.

Lucasville
Practically every visitor to Sarnia, prior to 1910, will recall this place. Situated on the Plank Road, some four miles from Sarnia. For many years it boasted a hotel, school house and church. It was named after George Lucas. The church and school remain to mark the corner which became so well known through its hostelry. This place, at one time, was a post office, with George Lucas as first postmaster.

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