Main Index: Native American Names of Quebec and Ontario (Marriage Documents) http://acanadianfamily.com/2012/01/06/main-index-native-american-names-of-quebec-and-ontario-marriage-documents Anyone who has tried to research Native American ancestry in their genealogy knows how difficult it can be to trace. Here is a site that may help you.
Canadian Christmas Books (and a few more ...) http://sd2cx1.webring.org/l/rd?ring=geneabloggersweb;id=17;url=http%3A%2F%2Fcanadagenealogy%2Eblogspot%2Eca%2F2012%2F12%2Fcanadian%2Dchristmas%2Dbooks%2Dand%2Dfew%2Dmore%2Ehtml Diane Rogers of the British Columbia Genealogical Society has posted a Christmas book list, that you may find helpful.
English Research From Canada http://kippeeb.blogspot.ca/2012/12/blake-newsletter-year-ii.html Elizabeth Kipp has the latest news about the Blake ancestry in preparation for the publication of the Blake Newsletter due 1 Jan 2013.
Ireland XO uses ‘reverse genealogy’ to link descendants to the Emerald Isle http://www.ottawacitizen.com/life/Ireland+uses+reverse+genealogy+link+descendants+Emerald+Isle/7743064/story.html Read about how Ottawa’s Phil Donnelly is helping to connect 70-million of people all over the world to the home county of Ireland in an article in the Ottawa Citizen. Goal is to connect over a million people by the end of 2013, and to create a database of 10 million members of the Irish Diaspora by 2016.
They have a website at www.irelandxo.com, and they have a newsletter onsite, a parish handbook to help you find the parish you are looking for, and a glossary which explains the terms used in Irish research eg townland, province, and so forth.
Our Town Waterford Pedestrian crossing light closer to completion www.brantfordexpositor.ca/2012/11/30/pedestrian-crossing-light-closer-to-completion What started out as a newspaper column by Carol Steedmen in which she talks about a pedestrian crossing light nearing completion in the town, turns into a column about a letter she received from a reader.
In the letter from Marilyn Nurse, Carol finds out that Marilyn is from the McMichael family from Waterford, and her father, Leamon Becker McMichael, was a first cousin to Dr. Hooker from Waterford, and recounts the genealogy.
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