ⓘ Saint-Ambroise-de-Kildare, Quebec

                                     

ⓘ Saint-Ambroise-de-Kildare, Quebec

In 1803, the geographic township of Kildare was proclaimed, named after the town in Ireland. At that time, the land was granted as title deeds or as payment for professional services. For example, the Lord of Lavaltrie entrusted the central portion to Mr. Vondevelden to pay for his surveying fees. As for the northern portion, Major Beauchamp Colclough, Crown Commissioner Land Agent, granted land to English soldiers in 1822. He intended to establish the Town of Kildare, but his dismissal delayed the development of the place.

The first inhabitants came from Saint-Paul, Saint-Elizabeth, Lenore, and Berthier. Among the first settlers were many Irish families, who cleared much land, built an English school, built a chapel, and a Protestant cemetery.

In 1832, the parish of Saint-Jacques-de-Kildare was founded, renamed a year later in Saint-Philippe-de-Kildare. It was again renamed to its present name in 1839 after the Anglican, Methodist, and Catholic pioneers all had a devotion to Ambrose of Milan.

In 1847, the municipality was introduced, but abolished shortly after. In 1855, the parish municipality of Saint-Ambroise-de-Kildare was formed, with Charles Laporte as first mayor and D. Maigret as first Treasury-Secretary.

In 1956, the parish municipality lost part of its territory, when formed the municipality of Sainte-Marcelline-de-Kildare was.

6 Dec 2014, Saint-Ambroise-de-Kildare has changed from a parish municipality in the normal municipality.

                                     
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