Here are some of the websites and blogs that I have come across the week ending November 13, 2011
Notes from the Hills/Hackett Tree - NEW! http://hillsandhackettree.blogspot.com Read about attempts to trace a family from Eastern Canada.
Larbalestier and Carmoody Ancestors - NEW! www.larbalestier.ca John Larbalestier and Elizabeth Clark of Jersey, Channel Islands to Toronto, Ontario; Mary Carmoody of London, England, to Toronto, Ontario
Shaw and Milsted Genealogy - NEW! www.leitchandshaw.ca The Ancestors of William John Jefferson Shaw and Florence Milsted.
Elgin County Ontario Genealogy - http://elgincountyogs.blogspot.com Although this blog has been around since 2007, the blog that was written last year should be of interest to anyone who has Elgin County, Ontario roots.
Zichydorf Village Association - www.zichydorfonline.org Tracing German ancestors who originated from this town, and its surrounding towns in modern Serbia to Saskatchewan.
Doctors, Preachers, Pioneers, Statesmen, and Folk - http://drrevfolk.blogspot.com A blog which has information on over 50 surnames in Canada.
Fur Trade Family History - http://furtradefamilyhistory.blogspot.com Nancy Marguerite Anderson, author of the book, "The Pathfinder: A.C. Anderson's Journeys in the West," which will be published in October 2011 by Heritage House Publishers.
Growing Up in an Italian Family - http://nucciasthoughts.blogspot.com The blogger describes herself as a "First Generation Canadian - Full Blooded Italian".
Remember When Genealogy - http://rememberwhengenealogy.blogspot.com NEW! A new blog just started this month tracing the Goodwin and Lafleur families of the Windsor-Detroit area.
The Road Backward - www.theroadbackward.com/process/CreateJournalEntryComment?moduleId=11081656&entryId=13520165 NEW! This blog, started in October, traces back the blogger's family in part to her father’s father's family of Russian Jews who fled to the U.S. and Canada after the Bolshevik Revolution.
Tomorrow's Post: The Royal British Columbia Museum: Past, present and future, plus some exciting news about BIFHSGO.