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Roseville is a community in Ontario, Canada located at 43°20'35?N 80°28'31?W Coordinates: 43°20'35?N 80°28'31?W.
It is within the rural township of North Dumfries, which forms part of the Region of Waterloo, and is located between Ayr, Kitchener & Highway 401.
Roseville is a small settlement first farmed Abraham Johnston, George Reynolds, John Bricker, John and Jacob Wisman, Jacob and John Detweiler, Henry Clemens, Daniel Sleighter, Benjamin and Elis Wildfong, Christian Becker, Jacob Rosenburgher, Adam Unger, and Jacob D. Hallman.
The families lived in log homes usually one room and a loft, heated by an open fireplace.
By about 1850 businesses had opened.
During its history, Roseville has had two taverns, two hotels, four churches, three schools, a sawmill, and a shingle factory.
There has also been a wagon and carriage works, a blacksmith shop, a printing shop, two cooper shops, a turnip factory, a post office, a candy store, a shoe shop, and a general store.
There are two different versions about the name "Roseville".
It was either named after a Mr. Rose who enjoyed his alcoholic beverages.
The locals called him Rose Will; the word will in Pennsylvania German (pronounced ville) means want, indicating that he would always want another drink.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roseville,_Ontario, http://www.ruralroutes.com/orr_city_page.cfm?city=Roseville%2C%20Ayr