A Family Tapestry http://afamilytapestry.blogspot.com Canadian and U.S. surnames such as STEVENS, TULLY, KELLY, FLOWERS, GORDON, METZGER, DAVIS, BOOTHE, McCLELLAN, PUCHALSKI, LASKOWSKI are studied in this blog.
Scrathings http://stephenheeney.com This is a new book which traces the author's newly-found aboriginal ancestry to the Six Nations of the Grand River (Iroquois) DAVIS family in Ontario.
Browns Yard http://brownsyard.wordpress.com A new blog has been put on about St Paul's Anglican Church, between Moncton and Miramichi City in New Brunswick. The blogger says that it is very remote and travel is mostly on dirt roads. She put the cemetery on the Internet for family members, but found out that more people were becoming interested, so she decided to open it to everyone.
Canada Calls Off Franklin Search, For Now http://blogs.wsj.com/canadarealtime/2012/09/24/canada-calls-off-franklin-search-for-now/?mod=google_news_blog Alistair MacDonald of The Wall Street Journal reports that the Canadian ships searching for Sir John Franklin are back in port, and have called off the search for that disappeared ships almost 200 years ago. (accessed 25 September 2012)
100 years of flight celebrated in Charlottetown http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/story/2012/09/24/pei-flight-100-years-airplane-584.html The CBC reports that the first airplane flight in Charlottetown on the “Red Devil” took place 100 years ago, and a plaque commemorating it was recently dedicated. (accessed 25 September 2012).