Category Archives for "Canada"
Many years ago I did a lot of research on the Robinson family of my Grandma’s stepfather. I haven’t looked at this line in quite some time. So when I received a message from a Robinson descendant a few weeks before Christmas I decided to take a fresh look at the records to try and […]Continue reading
I’m joining in the 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks blog meme and I’m already a week behind! LOL Our youngest has been teething and needed a lot of cuddling this past week or so. Now I have a little time to sneak onto the computer with both hands free to type! This week I’m sharing […]Continue reading
Amanuensis Monday is a blogging theme created by John Newmark at the Transylvanian Dutch blog. From Genea-Bloggers “An Amanuensis is a person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another.” James Mills was my 2nd Great Grandfather he was born 16 April 1826 in Worlingworth, Suffolk, England. James […]Continue reading
Last January I posted that while searching for information on one of my 5th Great Grandmothers Eunice the first wife of Adam Howatt, I discovered a baptism index that showed her surname as Crossman not Buell. Eunice has been a long time brick wall for researchers, township history books for P.E.I. list her as Eunice […]Continue reading
Earlier today Library and Archives Canada (LAC) announced that they would be digitizing the 650, 000 Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) records starting in March 2014. These will be made freely available online. Starting with surnames A to D they should be online by this summer! For more information visit the LAC blog.Continue reading
On June 1st the 1921 Canada census passed into public domain in the care of the Library and Archives Canada (LAC). I’ve been waiting a long time for this release as have many others researching their Canadian families. According to LAC the 1921 census will be made available in the next few weeks. I have many family members to look […]Continue reading