Tuesday, June 5, 2012

New/Improved Canadian Websites and Blogs Week 27

PEIAncestors.com http://peiancestry.com/home Art Lockhart from Summerside told me not to forget to mention PEIAncestors, and the great resources that they have in their online collections, oral histories, cemeteries, and newspapers. Personal note - it seems that not only is Mr. Lockhart a prolific headstone photographer, he was also my husband's mechanic when he was posted there (and a very good one at that, so I'm told). For more on his important new work, go to www.journalpioneer.com/News/Local/2011-07-20/article-2668071/Local-couples-hobby-to-benefit-local-historical-records-/1

Genealogies of Valcartier, Quebec (also includes Ste-Catherine, Riviere aux Pins, and Stoneham) www.pbalkcom.com/valcartier Patricia Balkcom wrote me last week to tell me about her page. I went and took a look, and she has census, church, cemetery, and civil records for the area. There are also biographies and information on several thousand people from this area. It is a very nice site, and personally, I look forward to doing some research for my in-laws (Jobin and Bédard), who came from that area, including Shannon and Tewkesbury!

Ingersoll Tribune Online Database www.ocl.net/tribune This is a searchable index of all the birth, death, and marriage notices found in the Ingersoll Tribune newspaper of Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada, from 1897–1970.

St. Paul's Cemetery: Wisbeach, Warwick Twp., Lambton Co., Ontario, Canada http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jaiwilliams/Wisbeach There is a surname index to transcriptions, and a list of church histories online.

Carmichael Family Online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~carmichaelfamily/00-search/canada.htm This is a really interesting site, where the oldest Carmichael settlers are shown for each of the Canadian provinces.

FamilySearch.org - Canada, Births and Baptisms, 1661-1959
This index contains 1,529,089 records. Due to Canada's privacy laws, some of the recent records may not be displayed. The year range represents most of the records.

FamilySearch.org - Canada Deaths and Burials, 1664-1955
This index contains 101,189 records. Due to Canada's privacy laws, some of the recent records may not be displayed. The year range represents most of the records.

FamilySearch.org - Canada, Marriages, 1661-1949
This index contains 268,014 records. Due to Canada's privacy laws, recent records may not be displayed.

From Montbéliard to a New World http://web2.uwindsor.ca/library/leddy/people/art/resource.html
The history of about 420 French-speaking Protestants who were brought to Nova Scotia by a Dutch shipping agent named John Dick

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