Monthly Archives: June 2013

A Special Gift for Canada Day – a presentation on Canadian FH Research from Crista Cowan aka The Barefoot Genealogist

We hope you have a wonderful Canada Day – and for our American readers we hope you have a wonderful 4th of July! Crista Cowan is one of my favourite presenters.  I always learn so much from her presentations.  Now … Continue reading

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Free Access to Irish Records at June 27 to 30

To commemorate the anniversary of the fire that damaged the Public Records Office of Ireland on 30 June 1922, is giving free access to their collection of Irish records from 27 to 30 June  – there are also helps … Continue reading

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Urgent? If you want to get access to the Canada 1921 Census . . . .

 Read an interesting article on the release of the 1921 Canada Census.   Apparently it is already digitized and may be just sitting on the shelf somewhere . . . . Here is the article from Elizabeth Lapointe in her … Continue reading

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Getting Your Family Interested in Family History

So, you are passionate about family history.  You have done some research, learned something about your ancestors and feel that special connection to them. How do we involve other members of the family and help them to learn to love … Continue reading

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Census of Canada, 1921 – Available to Researchers in the Next Few Weeks

In the next few weeks!!! “Library and Archives Canada took custody of the Census of the Canadian population, 1921 from Statistics Canada and is beginning work to make it discoverable for Canadians. Closed for 92 years under the Statistics Act to protect … Continue reading

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