Saint Andrew United Church 

2585 County Road 29, Pakenham,  Ontario,  Canada

In 1840, St. Andrew’s United Church of Pakenham's first congregation gathered in worship.

Mississippi Mills is a town in eastern Ontario, Canada, in Lanark County on the Mississippi River. It comprises the former Townships of Ramsay and Pakenham and the Town of Almonte. It is partly located within Canada's National Capital Region. 

Pakenham, formally established in 1823, is known for the nearby Mount Pakenham, a popular skiing location, and the five-arch stone bridge crossing the Mississippi River. Built-in 1901, it is the only five-arch stone bridge in North America. The community is named for a brother-in-law to the Duke of Wellington, Major-General Sir Edward Pakenham, who was killed near the Mississippi River in the southern United States, commanding British forces at the Battle of New Orleans in 1815. 

Settled in 1816, Almonte was one of the principal wool manufacturing towns of the Ottawa Valley. Formerly a separate municipality, the town along the Mississippi River has had many name changes: Shepherd's Falls, Shipman's Mills, Ramsayville, Waterford and then Almonte after a Mexican general. 

Village of Flinton Ontario

Flinton is a hamlet in and the seat of the municipality of Addington Highlands, Lennox and Addington County in Eastern Ontario, Canada. The population is about 500, and it was founded by Billa Flint. The community is on the Skootamatta River whose falls were used to power many mills. The eponymous Flinton Creek runs nearby and joins the Skootamatta downstream of the community.

The village was built to house Billa Flint's employees, working at his mill on the river, which powered the entire community. Ruins of the mill can be seen at the famous waterfall and swimming hole at the Flinton Conservation Area, nestled in the corner of the village, where the Skootamatta cascades over the dam and takes a sharp left south and rushes under the bridge. This is a very popular spot for kayakers.,_Ontario