Canadian genealogy including Acadian, Prince
Edward Island and Nova Scotia, British Columbia and much more
Canadian genealogy including Acadian,
Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia, British Columbia and much more.
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Acadian & French Canadian
Acadian & French Canadian genealogy, history, census records, deportation
lists, ships' lists and great deal more.
Is an automated research tool that allows you to access a vast amount of
information from various databases and automated systems created by the National
Archives of Canada.
These families, from England to USA to CANADA> BABCOCK,SEARS,BENNETT,HILLIER,CASFORD,PEARDON of
Books of Remembrance
The Books of Remembrance contain the names of Canadians who fought in wars
and died either during or after them. All the books are kept in the Memorial
Chamber located in the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill. The purpose of creating a
site that displays these books on the Internet is to make them more accessible
to the public
Columbia Cemetery Finding Aid
A database consisting of the surnames, cemetery name and location of more than
344,000 entries collected from records and headstone inscriptions associated
with 264 cemeteries situated in the province of British Columbia, Canada and two
from the state of Washington, USA
Canadian Genealogy & History Links
A listing of Genealogical and Historical Web sites from coast to coast.
Links to many sources of Canadian genealogy information.
Virtual War Memorial
This site contains a registry of information about the graves and memorials of
more than 116,000 Canadians and Newfoundlanders who served valiantly and gave
their lives for their country. The site also contains digital images of
photographs and personal memorabilia about individual Canadians.
Ponoka, Alberta Canada GenWeb Project
The County of Ponoka GenWeb Project site, provides historical & genealogical information, along with assistance as to where to locate source documents, for those researching family histories related to the County of
Ponoka, Alberta, Canada. Devoted to promoting free genealogical information on the web, the volunteer-based, international GenWeb project is a great starting place for family history researchers.
This speciality database relates exclusively to Letters Patent issued by the
Lands Patent Branch of the Department of the Interior. The records refer to
grants issued in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and the railway belt of British
Columbia, c. 1870-1930
Doukhobor Genealogy Website
The primary internet source connecting researchers of Doukhobor
genealogy. This site is dedicated to the reclamation, discovery, collection,
preservation and free sharing of information related to Doukhobor family
Dr No's Genealogy Page
A site which focuses on Scots who came to the Maritimes (PEI and Nova Scotia) and then
spread out all over Canada and The US
Eastern Townships and Quebec
Background on how to search for your roots in Quebec from a researcher. Site
includes a free, searchable 535,000+ name database
is a list of volunteers willing to lookup specific information related to
genealogy in Canada using reference materials at institutions near them, or
otherwise easily accessible to them. Our volunteers are not expected to do your
research for you, but may be able to provide answers to specific requests.
Quebec Cemetery Records
The database was compiled from readable gravestone inscriptions from
all the following known Hemmingford and area cemeteries, with the exception
of the first Catholic cemetery, which has no remaining stones. (This
cemetery was used from c. 1830 to 1843.) The cemetery records, which
total more than 6,000, are combined and sorted by last name. Death
dates range from 1808 to 1994.
Immigrants to Canada in
Between 1869 and the
early 1930s, over 100,000 children were sent to Canada from Great Britain
during the child emigration movement. Members of the British Isles Family
History Society of Greater Ottawa are locating and indexing the names of
these Home Children found in passenger lists in the custody of the National
Archives of Canada
Emigration Information of the Nineteenth Century And Ships They Came On
Records 1925 - 1935
A series of old nominal indexes exist for the 1925 to 1935 records. In
cooperation with the National Archives of Canada, the Pier 21 Society in
Halifax, Nova Scotia, has input the information from the passenger list indexes
into this database.
Contains Canadian passenger and immigration records from the 18th, 19th and
early 20th centuries.
Archives of Canada - Genealogy Research
utilizing the National Archives in genealogy research.
and Other Media Sources from Canada
online newspapers and other sources by Canadian Province.
Cemetery Finding Aid
A database consisting of the surnames, cemetery name and location of over 2
Million interments from several thousand cemeteries, cairns, memorials, and
cenotaphs in Ontario Canada
Studies Home Page
Acadia University's Planter Studies Centre is a research institute which focuses
scholarly attention on the 8000 New England residents who migrated to Nova
Scotia between 1759 and 1774
Cemetery, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Database of burials and a printable map showing location of names in the
database, for the non-profit cemetery just outside of Sydney, Nova Scotia,
to Upper Canada The Downton Story
April 7, 1836, the parish of Downton saw almost 10% of it's population leave in a parish sponsored emigration to the wilds of Upper Canada
Immigrants to Canada
I am presently researching ALL of the organizations which
brought children and young women to Canada between 1833 and 1939.
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