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Family research in Wellington County, Ontario, Canada

Karen L. Wagner

Family research in Wellington County, Ontario, Canada

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Published by Wellington County Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society in Guelph, ON .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Wellington (Ont. : County)
    • Subjects:
    • Wellington (Ont. : County) -- Genealogy -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled by Karen L. Wagner.
      GenreGenealogy, Bibliography.
      ContributionsOntario Genealogical Society. Wellington Branch.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ5313.C2 W45 2002, CS88.W45 W45 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination128 p. :
      Number of Pages128
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3747808M
      ISBN 100777919443
      LC Control Number2003428972
      OCLC/WorldCa50755438

      Checklist of parish registers () Ottawa: National Archives of Canada, Manuscripts division, , Patricia Birkett. National Archives of Canada, Wellington St. Ottawa ON. K1A 0N3. Roman Catholic Marriage Registers in Ontario Canada, - Compiled and Edited by Renie A. Rumple. Published in Paterson comes from the ancient Dalriadan clans of Scotland's west coast and Hebrides islands. The name comes from the personal name Patrick.. Early Origins of the Paterson family. The surname Paterson was first found in Ross-shire (Gaelic: Siorrachd Rois) a former county, now part of the Council Areas of Highland and Western Isles in Northern Scotland, which emerged from the Gaelic lordship. The township was later named Wellington after Wellington County, Ontario where the Wrights lived before coming to this area. John's brother, Isaac, filed January 3, to the southeast quarter of sect just north of John's claim and his brother-in-law, Hugh Gordon, on January 10th filed for the southwest quarter of section 34 just. item 1 Family Research In Waterloo And Wellington Counties Ryan Taylor 1 - Family Research In Waterloo And Wellington Counties Ryan Taylor $ +$ shipping. item 2 Family research in Ontario's Waterloo County 2 - Family research in Ontario sources for genealogical research in Waterloo county of Ontario, Canada. " See all.


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Family research in Wellington County, Ontario, Canada by Karen L. Wagner Download PDF EPUB FB2

Author: Ryan Taylor; Ontario Genealogical Society. Waterloo-Wellington Branch.; Ontario Heritage Foundation. Publisher: Kitchener, Ont.: Published by the Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society with the assistance of the Ontario Heritage Foundation, Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Culture, The disk also includes Excel & Dbase versions of the Ontario Census Heads of Household Index; Wellington County Directories & Gazetteers (contains 6, names); and the Indexes to Waterloo- Wellington OGS Branch Notes ( - ).

Family research in Waterloo and Wellington counties / Author: Ryan Taylor. --Publication info: Kitchener: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society with the assistance of the Ontario Heritage Foundation, Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Culture, Format: Book.

The mission of the Wellington County Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society is to provide assistance to those interested in family history, and to promote family history research as a worthwhile activity.

Current Branch Information & Projects; Branch History. This book contains a wide range of research hints for family historians searching their roots in Canada (especially Waterloo & Wellington Counties), United Kingdom, Europe and the USA.

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Wellington County Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society Wellington County Gen Web a collection of online resources for genealogy researchers Wellington County Historical Society Wellington County Message Board read and post messages with other researchers of this county Census records for Ontario - Wellington South, North.

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Discover your family’s story through historical records. With our collection of billions of records, you can piece together your ancestors’ history and bring their stories to life. Ontario is a province in the East central region of Canada.

Land was not legally subdivided into administrative units until a treaty had been concluded with the Aboriginal people ceding the land. Inwhile part of the Province of Quebec, southern Ontario was divided into four districts: Hesse, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, and Nassau.

The first woman competitor in an international plowing match came from Wellington County - Ethel May (Maisie) Nicklin The oldest curling club in Ontario is in Fergus.

David Boyle, whose collection of artifacts was the basis of the Royal Ontario Museum lived in Wellington County. The first small pox vaccination farm in Canada. -Item 3: Family research in Wellington County Ontario, Canada, by Karen L.

Wagner, published jointly by the Wellington County Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society and the Wellington County Museum and Archives, ; includes listings of names, dates, and places relating to the County, as well as guides to historical sources available at.

Family Research in Ontario's Waterloo County A handbook for genealogists and local historians researching in Waterloo Region. Includes names and addresses of libraries & archives, organizations, & cemeteries as well as organizations, also other resources such as Tweedsmuir Histories, newspapers, church records, vital records, census, wills, atlases, maps & directories.

The Cockburn Family of Puslinch, Ontario, Canada: Genealogy, History and Descendants to Date: Book Genealogy places and organizations of Wellington County. Significant artifact collections include textiles, agricultural implements, furniture and household wares.

Ontario Family Trees Districts of Upper Canada in Simcoe County Genealogy Wellington County Genealogy Dictionary & Definitions: Home Children Records Ontario Land Records Ontario Medical Records Ontario Military Research Ontario Assessment Records Ontario Newspaper Records Passenger Lists & Immigration Ontario Settlements & Early Settlers.

Genealogy We regret that it is not possible for staff members to perform detailed research on behalf of patrons.

Local history Special Collections holds a wide variety of resources of interest to those researching the local and urban history of the Kitchener-Waterloo area.

Family and institutional archives Fire insurance plans Photographs We also have maps, books, serials, and. Genealogy compiled by Paul Caverly titled, "Lang Families of Erin Township, Wellington County Ontario, Canada.", self published and printed throughPaper cover, coil bound, 33 pages, illustrated and indexed; 28 x cm.

Includes loose, single-page typed letter dated "Sept./Oct. " addressed to "Lang Cousins and Relatives" from Dale and Paul Caverly of Brampton. Wellington County, Ontario Online Historical Directories. Expand your research by checking out the Canada Online Historical Newspapers here.

Wellington County Directory, Armstrong and DeLion, - Free (Google Books) Guelph City Directory, Vernon, - Free (Don's List) Ontario: Canada: Home: Created 22 August The Wellington County Archives hold copies of the local Tweedsmuir Histories. There is a wealth of information; however, it isn't always well documented.

Wagner, Karen L. Family Research in Welling ton County, Ontario, Canada. Wellington County Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society, Search and browse Wellington County cemetery records and tombstone inscriptions for Ontario genealogy research.

Home > Canada > Ontario > Wellington County. Search Death Records (United States) U.S. Newspapers, State Full Search (current) U.S. Obituaries, (current) Newspaper Funeral Notices. Wellington County Cemetery Records. To purchase a copy of any of these books please contact the author for current pricing.

The four principal branches are: Wellington County, Ontario, Canada. Ord Family in Puslinch, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada. My late uncle Norman Souter for his early coaching on family research: My late great-aunt Janet (Duncan) Durham for.

Ontario. To contact a resource owner, click on the link at the end of the citation. General. Special Note: Hundreds of Canadian local histories and records have been made freely available and searchable online at site is not affiliated with Books We Own, but I included the link here as it should be of general interest to those researching roots in Canada.

Peel Township is located in the west of Wellington County in Ontario, Canada. It was opened for settlement in and named in honour of Sir Robert Peel. In it joined with the neighbouring Township of Maryborough to become the new municipality or Township of Mapleton.

The map of Wellington County circa from Ontario Archives locates the communities and physical features of the d in: Wellington, Ontario, Canada ( - ). Archives of Ontario Births, and Deaths, nearly million births and over 3 million deaths Canadian County Atlas Digital Project database of the property owners' names which appear on the township maps in the county atlases Carling's Genealogy Home Page free online genealogy resources for Ontario family research.

Sunday, February Museum Hours: - pm. Explore Wellington Place. Facility Rental. Subscribe to this Page. source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names Fergus is a "small urban community" located in the former Nichol Township in Wellington County in southwestern Ontario.

InNichol Township was merged into the municipality or Town of Centre Wellington and Fergus is the largest community within Centre d in: Wellington, Ontario, Canada.

County Historical Atlases - Ontario-wide: County Historical Atlases ; Canada-wide resources: Guides & Books dealing with two or more provinces. Other Provinces and Territories: Other provinces and territories; Diaries & first-hand accounts- Canada-wide: Diaries & first-hand accounts of pioneers and settlement in Canada.

Welcome to my family research page on the pioneer Stewart families of Puslinch Township, Wellington County, Ontario. This page covers my own family of Stewart ancestors as well as other Stewart famillies from the Puslinch area. A Guide to the Census of Canada West: Renfrew County.

A book by Norman Crowder. A History of Simcoe County. Family Research in Waterloo and Wellington Counties. A book by Ryan Taylor.

of birth, marriage, and death notices published in the Parry Sound North Star between and Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada. Russ Waller's. Wellington County Museum & Archives: Research hub for for family and local history - See 55 traveler reviews, 38 candid photos, and great deals for Elora, Canada, at Tripadvisor.5/5(55).

Apr 8, - Explore cheryllevy's board "Research Ontario", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Ontario, Genealogy and Family history. In the family still lives in Wellington County but now they are found in Mount Forest More research turned up William in the census for Esquising Twp, Halton County Ontario living with his parents William and Anne.

William Pickard was a farmer, born England, age His wife Anne was age 41 and also born England. The Marriage register of Rev. William Smart covers in the Leeds and Grenville areas of Elizabethtown, Yonge, Bastard Twp.

and includes about marriages and some baptisms. (k) The register of Rev. Ralph Leeming, includes far fewer marriages, but quite a few covered parts of the Gore and London Districts, including Ancaster, Flamboro East and West.

According to the census of Canada, they lived in Guelph, Wellington County and the family included Gottfried and Anna Mink, both born in aboutCharles, Michael, Justine, Gottfried, Christena, Fred, Flora and Christian. They were all born in Prussia and practiced the Lutheran religion, as did many others in this community.

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Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "Guelph and Wellington County: a bibliography of settlement and development since " See other formats. Library and Archives Canada's Genealogy reference room is located on the 3rd floor at Wellington Street in downtown Ottawa, Ontario.

During opening hours, you are welcome to use the room to access our on-site sources. Research Guide Most Recent Update: July This research guide provides information on sources of birth, marriage and death information at the Archives in Ontario in addition to vital statistics records created by the Office of the Ontario Registrar General that are also in the Archives’ Size: KB.

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The prevalence of the surname, its cognates, and equivalents bears. German Census Information. ,and Norwegian Census.Norwegian Census. Ontario, Canada Census. Millbrook, Ontario Census, Newspaper Records of Passengers to Canada - There is a well-known dearth of early lists of ship passengers who arrived at ports in what is now the Dominion of Canada.

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The name was originally Mac Ghille Mhartain (translates to "descendant of a servant, devotee, or follower of St. Martin) which got shortened over the years to McMartin, Gilmartin, Kilmartin, McGilmartin, McGilliemartin, McKilmartin, Martinson or Martin.

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