Canada's Anglo-Celtic Connections
Monday, 20 November 2017
Parish Registers for England on Microfilm at Ottawa FHC
Over the years the Ottawa Stake Family History Centre acquired a collection of microfilms catalogued on a spreadsheet downloadable from www....
Did Old King Coal Kill in Your Family History?
Coal was and is dangerous. Was your family history changed by coal? In Canada miners died in tragic numbers . Do you remember the 1992 Wes...
Sunday, 19 November 2017
Deceased Online adds Lambeth Cremation Records
Newly available, sourced from Lambeth London Borough Council, Deceased Online has digital scans of registers for: Lambeth Cremations; 52...
Narrowing the Gender Gap
There's good news from Statistics Canada, and not only because of a slight improvement in timeliness. On Thursday they released Deaths ...
Saturday, 18 November 2017
Findmypast adds British Military Records
The major new addition to Findmypast this week is British Army, First World War Soldiers' Medical Records with over 212,000 names fr...
Friends of the City of Ottawa Archives AGM and Presentation
A reminder that the Annual General Meeting of the Friends of the City of Ottawa Archives is this Sunday, 19 November, 2 pm at the Archiv...
Friday, 17 November 2017
Ontario Records Online: Survey
"If it's not on the internet it doesn't exist" is a quote that goes back at least ten years. For some a reasonably dili...
Qualicum Beach Family History Society 2018 Conference
Advance registration is now open for the 20-21 April, 2018 Qualicum Beach FHS conference. Featured speaker, Thomas MacEntee , will be gi...
Kingston Branch OGS November Meeting
The Kingston Branch will meet on Saturday, 18 November at 10 a.m. at the Kingston Seniors Centre, 56 Francis St. in Kingston. Nancy Cutway ...
Thursday, 16 November 2017
British and Irish research: the differences
Irish ancestry? If so you may benefit from viewing Wednesday's Legacy Family Tree webinar , given by Brian Donovan. It is online free ...
BIFHSGO November Meeting
The main presentation on Saturday, 18 November 2017 is: Not So Quiet on the Western Front - The Grants of Formby in the Great War Pres...
William Cowan Crawford: CEF Beechwood
Private William Cowan Crawford died on 16 November 1916, age 26 after a lengthy illness. The son of Margaret Crawford, of 331, Main St., A...
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