The latest edition of The Ottawa Genealogists was in my mail box the other day, and it covers such events as Genealogy Research in London, UK and Attending WDYTYAL Conference 2013, Step into History: The 19th Annual Beechwood Cemetery Historical Walking Tour, and the article Early Bytown Settlers Index.
One thing I have always enjoyed reading has been Edward and Elizabeth Kipp’s research trips. I have always found them informative, news worthy, and entertaining.
This time, they were in London and went to the WDYTYAL where they saw some fellow Canadians from Ottawa – Glenn Wright, John D. Reid, and Leslie Anderson – and took in some lectures while there too.
And they did some research too – on the BLAKE, PINCOMBE/PINKHAM, BULLER, BEARD families.
A good report was given of the Beechwood Cemetery Historical Walking Tour that took place on June 9th, and the theme was the War of 1812.
Some of the people honoured was British Army Officer William Brown Bradley, and his son Edward Sands BRADLEY, Louis-Theodore BESSERAR, and Maria HILL.
It is reported that 300 people were there e to take the walk in good weather, which was led by Kurt Johnson of the Goulburn Museum.
Jim Stanzell continues with the Early Bytown Settlers Index, and this time he covers the letters J to L.
He gives both the surname, and given name, the reference and page number, and any notes that is included in the Information column.
There is lots of other news in the journal, and you can receive The Ottawa Genealogist by joining the Ontario Genealogical Society at http:// www.ogs.on.ca/membership.php