Eatonville began as a farming community in the early 1800’s. One of its first residents was Peter Shaver who donated a portion of his property at Bloor Street and Highway 27 for the local school. This school was affectionately known as the “Swamp School” because of all the frogs that lived in the bushes and marshes nearby.
Peter Shaver’s homestead and adjoining farms were purchased in the 1890’s and early 1900’s by Timothy Eaton the patriarch of Eaton’s Department Store. Eaton donated a portion of his land to the local school which was renamed “Eatonville” in his honour. Eventually this entire area also became known as Eatonville.
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