Thursday, 27 August 2009

Global Genealogy's top ten bestselling books

Following on the list of top ten bestselling Canadian genealogy books from posted a couple of days ago, here, courtesy of Rick Roberts, is Global Genealogy's list of their top ten bestselling books:

1. Vital Records In Ontario Before 1869, A Guide to Early Ontario Vital
Records. By Fawne Stratford-Devai & Ruth Burkholder

2. King's Daughters and Founding Mothers: The Filles du Roi, 1663-1673 (2
Vol. Set). By: Peter J. Gagné

3. Leaving Ontario, Resources for Tracking Ontario Migrants. By Fawne

4. Erin's Sons: Irish Arrivals in Atlantic Canada, 1761-1853 (both volumes).
By Terrence M. Punch

5. Tracing your Irish Ancestors, Third Edition. By John Grenham

6. The Phillimore ATLAS and INDEX of Parish Registers - 3rd edition. By
Cecil Humphery-Smith

7. United Empire Loyalists, A Guide to Tracing Loyalist Ancestors in Upper
Canada. By Brenda Dougall Merriman

8. The History and Master Roll of The King's Royal Regiment of New York,
Revised Edition. By: Gavin K. Watt, Brigadier General E. A. Cruikshank

9. The Irish Palatines in Ontario: Religion, Ethnicity, and Rural Migration
- Second Edition. By Carolyn A. Heald (pro-rated, published June 2009)

10. Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia. Compiled by Marion Gilroy,
D. C. Harvey (reprint)

Congratulations to Fawne on having two of the three bestsellers! Fawne will be in Ottawa in October to give the third annual Ryan Taylor Lecture for Ottawa Branch of OGS.

Rick tells me Fawne's books will soon be getting wider distribution, through, along with others of his Global Heritage Press publications.

As a bonus, these are Global Genealogy's top selling CDs:

1. Tanguay Collection Dictionnaire Genealogique des Famille Canadiennes (7
vols); - Genealogique; Joseph-Arthur Leboeuf; corrections; Complement;
travers les registres; Repertoire general du clerge canadien; Cyprien

2. Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to Canada Before Confederation
(pre-1867) Vol. 1, 2, 3 & 4. By: Donald Whyte.

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