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The oldest and largest is found near the town of Norwich (founded 1954, 4 church districts). Other Amish settlements in Ontario Besides those mentioned above, Ontario was home to 9 more Amish settlements as of 2011 (see Amish Studies).The Lakeside community was started in 1958, and numbers a single church district. At least one Swartzentruber Amish settlement is found in Ontario, in Grey County near the town of Chesley.The library is curated by Amish historian David Luthy, and serves as a valuable resource for researchers and historians.
The Canadian Amish population ranks 11th among all states and provinces, between Illinois (10th) and Minnesota (12th) (see Amish Studies web site and ).
Founded in 1953, Aylmer is currently the second-oldest Amish settlement in Canada, and is comprised of 3 church districts.
Aylmer is a small settlement, but well-known throughout Amish society.
Pathway also publishes pamphlets, and textbooks used in Amish schools.
The Heritage Historical Library in the Aylmer settlement is a repository of books and historical documents relating to Amish and Anabaptist history.