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Hansler House

The Hansler House is an old Victorian house located near the Fonthill United Church.  It was built by John Wilson in the 1870s, and was thought notable enough  for a picture to be included in the Page Atlas- an atlas of Welland and Lincoln Counties compiled about that time.  A doctor named Hansler (the family was one of Pelham's pioneers) married Wilson's widow and practised medicine from the house.  

This historic building is now divided into apartments.

Ownership & Management

Private Residences, not open to the public


Hansler House
90 Canboro Road
Fenwick, Ontario
L0S 1E0 Municipality Town of Pelham

GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude 43.042594
Longitude -79.29319


Mary Lamb
Pelham Historical Society
PO Box 903
Fonthill, Ontario
L0S 1E0
Email mblamb@sympatico.ca

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