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Leeds county is always listed with Grenville, may be we should list this page as Leeds and Grenville, Ontario.  
 
Leeds county is always listed with Grenville, may be we should list this page as Leeds and Grenville, Ontario.  
  
:No, we use counties as existing in 1871-1920. Leeds and Grenville is very recent. This is reason why: [http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=localitydetails&subject=173126 Leeds County records] [[User:Dsammy|Dsammy]] 19:32, 13 November 2010 (UTC)
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:No, we use counties as existing in 1871-1920. Leeds and Grenville is very recent. This is reason why: {{FHL|173126|subject-id|disp=Leeds County records}} [[User:Dsammy|Dsammy]] 19:32, 13 November 2010 (UTC)
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This ia a very good rule.&nbsp; Should I take out Grenville where I have put it in.&nbsp; I can not Grenville where it is mention as part of a website.

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Leeds county is always listed with Grenville, may be we should list this page as Leeds and Grenville, Ontario.

No, we use counties as existing in 1871-1920. Leeds and Grenville is very recent. This is reason why: Leeds County records Dsammy 19:32, 13 November 2010 (UTC)

This ia a very good rule.  Should I take out Grenville where I have put it in.  I can not Grenville where it is mention as part of a website.