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I almost titled this post using the tv show Quincy, but then realized there’s a whole generation of people out there that would have no clue what I was referring to. Trolling the FamilySearch catalog has once again paid off. If you’re unfamiliar with the catalog feature on Family Search, you are doing your researchContinue reading “CSI: Nova Scotia – Coroner’s Inquisitions on Family Search”
Life got in the way of blogging last week. So a week late, here is Part 4. In this post, I’m going to look at what I thought were the most interesting record sets in the collection Immigration Before 1865. Lists of immigrants from Londonderry County, Ireland, that were contained in the original Ordnance SurveyContinue reading “Immigration Before 1865 at Library and Archives Canada Part 4”
The last couple of posts I’ve been highlighting pre 1865 Immigration records at Library and Archives Canada. For Part 3, I’m going to look at some of the post immigration records in the LAC’s database Immigrants before 1865. German settlers from New York in Markham Township, Upper Canada (1793 to 1808) This collection is digitizedContinue reading “Immigration before 1865 at Library and Archives Canada Part 3”
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