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Catfish Creek -- rises southeast of Waterford in Townsend Township, flows southeast through hamlet of Tyrell to Woodhouse Township. Empties into Black Creek north of Marburg.

Cattle�s Corners -� see Wycombe

Cedar Creek -- small stream near east end of Long Point in Walsingham Township.

Centreville � see Bealton

Charlotteville Centre � see Walsh.

Charlotteville -- former capital of the London District which included Norfolk County. Was located on Lots 13 and 14, Concession A, Charlotteville Township. The village of Charlotteville had a brief history from 1802 to 1815. Included Fort Norfolk. Now site of Turkey Point Golf Course on Front Road immediately east of Old Turkey Point Road on the Bluffs.

Charlotteville Township -- west-southwest of the county town of Simcoe. Runs from Woodhouse Township in the east to Walsingham Township in the west and from Windham Township in the north to Long Point Bay in the south. Name derived from "Charlotte Villa" at the time Lieutenant Governor John Graves Simcoe had the area surveyed in 1795. Name honored Queen Charlotte, consort of King George III of England. Prior to regional government, the township seat was at Vittoria. Other important villages are Walsh and St. Williams.

Cherry Valley -- area south of Waterford north of Bloomsburg in Townsend Township on Lots 5 and 6, Concession 10, on Regional Road 24. Enigmatic name as there is no valley there. May have been named for Cherry Valley in New York State.

Circularville � see Hartford

Clarks Bluffs -- a point of land near east end of Long Point in Walsingham Township.

Clear Creek -- (1) hamlet on Lake Erie in southeast Houghton Township on Lot 18, south of Lake Road Concession, on Regional Road 42. Named for stream flowing through it. (2) small stream rising in Lot 10, Concession 2, Houghton Township and flowing southeast to Lake Erie at the hamlet of Clear Creek.

Coal Road -- road, from northeast Middleton Township southeast to town of Delhi.

Cockshutt Road -- road, present Regional Road 5, runs from Highway 3 on the northern border of Woodhouse Township at the hamlet of Renton south to Lake Erie at Port Dover.

Coho's Corners -- in Middleton Township. In the 26 Aug 2023 Norfolk Messenger newspaper, N. S. Coho advertised village lots for sale. In 1859, H. E. Fisher advertised the mill at Coho's Corners for sale.

Colborne -- former hamlet, straddled Highway 24 in Townsend Township on Lot 1, Concession 13, and Lot 1, Concession 13 in Windham Township, short distance north of Simcoe. Named for provincial Lieutenant-Governor Sir John Colborne. Started when railway went through in 1916 on land subdivided by Sylvanus Nelson Culver from his farm. Now the northern part of the town of Simcoe.

Coletta Bay  -- small arm of Long Point Bay at the neck of Long Point, Walsingham Township.

Cope�s Landing -- small nineteenth century community Walsingham Township, on Lot 24, Concession 1. On Long Point Bay south of St. Williams where Regional Road 16 meets the bay. William Cope settled 200 acres stretching from the Bay to St. Williams. Began when small collection of fishing shanties erected on the lot's Bayshore flats. Cope�s Landing did not develop to formal status.

Courtland -- village in centre of Middleton Township on Highway 3 at Regional Road 38, on Lots 22 and 23, North and South of Talbot Road Concessions. Originally named Middleton Centre. In 1864, the local court was moved from Delhi to this place giving rise to its subsequent name. 

Courtwright Ridge -- rise of land halfway along Long Point in Walsingham Township. On the west side of Doctor Inlet.

Cox�s Corners -- former community in Windham Township on Lot 12, Concession 6, on Regional Road 25 north of Windham Centre. Named for Joseph Cox who kept a hotel there circa 1867.

Cranberry Creek -- small stream, rises in southeast Middleton Township, flows through northeast Walsingham Township into Train Creek in Charlotteville Township.

Cranbrook -- a neighbourhood in Walsingham Township, on Lot 24, Concession 14, east of Wycombe on the Charlotteville Township line. Named for Cranberry Creek on which it is located.

Cresent Bay --  hamlet in Woodhouse Township on Lot 22, Concession 1. On Lakeshore Road, about 5 miles west of Port Dover.

Cross and Fisher�s Landing -� see Fisher�s Glen

Croton Mills -- in Middleton Township on Big Creek, south of Delhi.

Cultus -- former community in southeast Houghton Township. North of Lake Road, north of Clear Creek. Originally called Laycock Settlement for family who lived there. About 1877 John L. Buck and Thomas Chamberlain named it Cultus for the cultured class of people in there. 

Culver Plains -- see Bloomsburg


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