The location is at the George Thomas Room (upstairs), at the St. Thomas Public Library in St. Thomas, Ontario.
If you cannot get to the meeting on January the 19th, but you have ancestors in the Elgin County Region, they have a number of indexes online - free, including
Cemetery Indexes - The Elgin OGS has transcribed the inscriptions of all the current gravestones in Elgin County,
Census Indexes - The 1842 Township censuses indexes are online free
Funeral Home Records - Several of the Elgin County Funeral Homes have records that have been indexed
Land Records - The Elgin County Township papers have been indexed for ancestor names.
Newspaper Indexes - Many Elgin County Newspapers issues have been indexed and are available here free online.
Online Publications - miscellaneous collection of indexes to other sources; be sure to take a look!
Vital Records - the Elgin County Marriage abstracts of names from 1853 - 1873, plus some church records
Places of Worship - an inventory of church records available
Military - 1828 Militia men, War of 1812 veterans, Civil War veterans, World War 1 veterans, Cenotaphs of Elgin County
So there is a good selection, and should get you started in the right direction when searching your ancestor.
The website for the Elgin County website is www.elginogs.ca
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