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The area originally known as Cold Creek and Scott's Mill was first settled by United Empire Loyalists in the 1780s. At this location, they were able to ford the river just below the rapids.

The village of Frankford was named following a visit in 1837 by Sir Francis Bond Head, Lt. Governor of Upper Canada. Although it was a small village at that time, a proper name was of paramount importance to the developing community. The name Frankford represented a combination of the first name of the visiting Governor and the ford in the Trent River running through the town. To this day, the village is called Frankford.

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