Monday, September 19, 2011

New/Improved Canadian Websites and Blogs Week 3

Here are some of the websites, and blogs that I have come across the week ending Sept 18, 2011

Familyhistoryfun http://familyhistoryfun.webs.com A list of online resources for Wentworth County, Ontario Canada.

My genealogy pages http://www.fayewest.ca A new site by Faye West where she is tracing some of her lines that include Doyle, Hamilton, Dunn and Jordan from Ireland, and some Loyalist and Patriots families such as the Striker, Graves, and Clapp families.

What's happening on fayewest.ca http://www.fayewest.ca Faye has posted a new blog to further explain her research on the blog mentioed above.

Métis Nation History http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cansk/Metis/index.html The surnames of LAURIER, OTTER, STRANGE, DUMONT, MACDONALD, BIG BEAR, MIDDLETON are covered in this website.

New Finland District, Saskatchewan, Canada http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cansk/Finnish Finnish history, phone book, cemetery, church, local history and family biographies are on this website.

WW1 CANADIAN WAR GRAVES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM http://www.canadianukgravesww1.co.uk A website that is profiling the soldiers and photographing graves of all the 3885 WW1 Canadians who served in Canadian regiments in Britain.

Généalogie MOMY Genealogy http://www.momy-genealogie.info The site also includes the genealogy of our BOILEAU, LAFONTAINE, MÉTHOT and MARCOUX ancestors.

Quebec Family History Services http://expertgenealogy.com/?x=fvickerson A bilingual (French/English) service to find ancestors in the province of Quebec. $

Our Family History: Bretz-Halliday-George-Neilson http://www.bretz.ca/GenWeb Bretz, Halliday, George and Neilson surnames in Canada.

DAI - Recent Uploads, Memorial University, Newfoundland and Labrador http://collections.mun.ca/cdm4/whatsnew.php They put on uploads nearly every day, and there are daily and community newspapers online at http://www.library.mun.ca/qeii/cns/newspapers.php.

1 comment:

Wendy L. Callahan said...

It's always great to see what you post. I think most of my news on Canadian genealogy comes from your blog! :D This posting makes me want to get back in the groove (I haven't had time for research lately).