Thomas McDowell was the first resident and first mayor of the Town of Palmerston.
A lifelong resident, John “Jack” Austin Gallagher completed his education in Palmerston, and was shipped overseas in July of 1943.
Ashford Herbert Burrough was born to William Herbert and Emma Burrough, in Palmerston Ontario. He served with the Royal Winnipeg Rifles during the Second World War. Burrough was lost to an accident in the Netherlands on December 12, 1944, when the vehicle he was a...
The Palmerston Brewery was awarded first prize in September 1884 at a Dominion Exhibition in Montreal.
The Norgan Theatre has provided entertainment to the movie lovers of the Minto community and area for almost 70 years.
Read a brief history of how the railway came to Palmerston.
Thomas “Tom” Borton served during World War II as part of the Seaforth Highlanders of Canada.
As the wrecking date for the Imperial Hotel drew near, the Palmerston Observer kept the town updated on the progress.
The Pedestrian Bridge is considered Palmerston’s most unique and treasured landmark.
The Palmerston Railway Heritage Museum is a non-profit organization managed by volunteers.
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