Monday, October 10, 2011

New/Improved Canadian Websites and Blogs Week 6

Here are some of the websites and blogs that I've come across the week ending October 9, 2011

Golden Ireland-America Linda McLean shares her Golden family letters and journals about immigrating from Ireland to Canada and the US in the 1850s.

Looking Back On Charlotte County's History This site covers over 50 communities within Charlotte County, New Brunswick, with views of cemeteries, censuses, funeral homes, and former military bases within the community.

McFadyen-Parker History This site covers the families of McFaden, Mcilmoyle, Bertrand, Parker, Jory, and Willoughby, concentrating in Bruce County and the areas of Kincardine, Seymour, and Northumberland in Ontario, Canada.

Projet GenWeb Montreal, Québec, Canada If you go to this site look at the MontrealGenWeb, Anglophone Ancestors side, and you will see a list English names, city directories, passanger lists, and migration.

The Scotch-Irish of Canada As the site says, "An essay on the impact of the Scotch-Irish settlers in Canada, giving examples of those who thrived in the military, business, and other spheres".

Broadmeadow Genealogy Rose Staples tells us how she started in genealogy, and what services she offers. $

Roe Family Tree For the Irish and English Descendants and Ancestors of John Roe and Eliza Poole. They emigrated from Coon/Coan Townlands near Coolcullen, Ireland in the county of Kilkenny to Lanark and Huron Counties in Ontario, and then to Pickford Michigan, Chippewa County near Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.

Morrow Family Tree (Morrow/Morin/Moreau) Descendants and Ancestors of Andre Morin (Andrew Morrow) born 24 Feb 1797 in Montreal, changed his name to Andrew Morrow when he moved to the US (Mackinac Island), and eventually to Cheboygan, Michigan.

Cohen's Genealogy Site at Rootsweb Free Canadian Birth and Baptism Databases.

Our Ohlhausen/Koenig (König) Family History Website They came from Bessarabia, and other Russian areas, to Crossfield, Alberta in the early 1900s.