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Neustadt - Southwestern Ontario
Grey County. Photo © Mark Visser

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Neustadt is a community in the municipality of West Grey in Grey County. The village is located south of Hanover and north of Guelph and Kitchener, The village’s name, Neustadt, is of German origin and it translates to “new town”. It was founded in 1856 by David Winkler, a settler from Germany. He purchased 400 acres from the government, laid out the town-site, dammed Meux Creek and completed a sawmill.
- In 2000, the Village of Neustadt with the Townships of Bentinck, Glenelg and Normanby agreed to form the Municipality of West Grey.
John George Diefenbaker who would later become Prime Minister, was born here in 1895 but his family moved away in 1903. Wikipedia

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