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Welcome to the Canadian Genealogy Centre - Canadian Genealogy Centre. NL GenWeb: Lance Cove Anglican Cemetery. Grand Banks: 1923 & 1928 Voter's Lists. Grand Banks: 1921 Census Harbour Grace. Upper Island Cove Anglican Baptisms. NL GenWeb: Upper Island Cove Marriages. GenealogySearch: Newfoundland. Library & Archives Canada: Newspapers on Microfilm. Microform Holdings Geographical List ** = print edition discarded when the microfilm is received AN = AMICUS document number [ ] = incomplete holdings/issues missing Newfoundland and Labrador Library and Archives Canada has acquired most Atlantic province daily newspapers through legal deposit or by purchase. Arnold's Cove The cove.NJ.FM.2257 Feb. 20, 1974- Ag 20, 1975 AN 15070283 Bay Roberts Bay News.NJ.FM.874 Ag 16, 1958- Jl 25, 1959 AN 7181812 Guardian.NJ.FM.2270 1909-1939; 1940-1949 AN 15084323 Speaker.NJ.FM.2298 N 15, 1952-N 20, 1954 AN 15124282 Bell Island Bell Island examiner.NJ.FM.878 Ja 1956- N 1957 AN 7186041 Bell Island reporter.NJ.FM.562 N 1958- D 1960; Jl 1965- Je 1966 AN 7184688 Bell Island times.NJ.FM.2372 F 8, 1954- May 8, 1954 AN 17434593 Birchey Cove See Corner Brook, NL Carbonear Carbonear herald.NJ.FM.936 [My 22, 1879- Ag 26, 1882] AN 7184677 Carbonear star and Conception Bay journal.NJ.FM.2259 Ja- Dec. 1833 AN 15070772 Continued by Star and Conception Bay journal.

Cartwright Eastport. Keith Matthews Name Files, 1500-1850. Keith Matthews Name Files, 1500-1850 [textual] 54 metres. A collection of data on individuals, families and businesses that were involved in the settlement, fisheries and trade of Newfoundland from earliest settlement to 1850. The files were compiled from a wide variety of English, Irish and Newfoundland records, including parish registers, newspapers, shipping records, customs records, political papers, census records, merchant records, diaries, etc. and include data on 7,300 surnames, arranged by surname and subdivided by given name. Each file contains all of the information collected by Matthews on a surname. The file consists of numerous separate pieces of information which include the surname and given name, a reference to the source of the information, the date, and a brief summary of the text.

The following examples are typical of the type of information contained in the files: TAVERNER 1754 oct trinity ct Jacob one of his men jac fox abused jn night. MyTrees.com: Newfoundland. Part 1 of Canadian Genealogy Online contained a general overview of how to research your Canadian ancestors and gave several links to and tips about the records that might be available for searching. It included a description of when Censuses began to be recorded for each of the Canadian provinces and links to the online Canadian census images and name indexes.

Part 2 and Part 3 explored online resources for Alberta and British Columbia and Part 4 provided links to Manitoba resources. Part 5 detailed the history of New Brunswick and its online research resources. Today's topic explores Newfoundland and Labrador online resources for genealogy research. Also presented is a brief outline of the Newfoundland and Labrador history and how it might affect your personal family history research. I am always excited when I find a province which is well documented with numerous online resources. Newfoundland didn't join the Canadian Union until 1949. Newfoundland ancestor. MyTrees.com: Nova Scotia Links. Part 1 of Canadian Genealogy Online contained a general overview of how to research your Canadian ancestors and gave several links to and tips about the records that might be available for searching. It included a description of when Censuses began to be recorded for each of the Canadian provinces and links to the online Canadian Census images and name indexes.

Part 2 and Part 3 explored online resources for Alberta and British Columbia and Part 4 provided links to Manitoba resources. Part 5 detailed the history of New Brunswick and its online research resources. Part 6 explored the topic of Newfoundland and Labrador genealogy resources. Today's topic is Nova Scotia's online resources for genealogy research. Also presented is a brief outline of Nova Scotian history and how it might affect your personal family history research.

Research resources for other provinces will be presented in future newsletters. Nova Scotia has had a long and tumultuous history. Births, Marriages, and Deaths. NSA: Nova Scotia Historical Newspapers. Use this form to share this page link with friends or send it to your own email.Please Note: We cannot read what you are sending nor can we answer any research questions from this email. Please use our Contact Us page if you have questions about our services.

No information entered here is stored. Please read our Privacy Page. Newspapers, whether we read them in their traditional paper format or view them online, are inexpensive, disposable and ephemeral goods. We read them and toss them. We complain if their price goes up or if we can't access them on the Web free of charge. We take them for granted. Newspapers are, and always have been, a mirror held up to reflect who we are, how our communities came to be, how we live our daily lives, and how we view the world around us. We're especially pleased to offer Internet visitors the first forty years of the Acadian Recorder, one of Halifax's most significant newspapers. A petition submitted to Premier G.H. Selected issues 1769 and 1770. RootsWeb: Nova Scotia Census Records. CollectionsCanada: Lower Canada Land Petitions. FrancoGene: Surname Index. VNKG: Quebec Cemeteries.

Cemeteries of QUEBEC. Hebridean Scots of the PQ. Mount Royal Commemorative Services. Genealogy Ensemble. Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network. FHL Catalog: Quebec Directories. Quebec Heritage Web. Quebec Family History Society. Fédération Québécoise des Sociétés de Généalogie. Archives Canada: Quebec. GenealogyLinks: Quebec. GenealogieQuebec. RootsWeb: Québec GenWeb. Des bénévoles feront des recherches simples dans les gros dictionnaires classiques de bibliothèque tels les volumes de référence Drouin, Jetté, Tanguay, PRDH, Loiselle etc.. D'autres possèdent les répertoires pour une région donnée. Some volunters will do SIMPLE look-ups in renowned reference books such as the Red or Blue Drouin, the Jetté, the PRDH, the Loiselle, the Tanguay etc.. Others own repertories or census for a specific region . -Faire une requête en cliquant sur le nom du bénévole associé à la paroisse citée.

-Assurez-vous que votre requête est couverte par les années du document cité. -Si une paroisse n'est pas inscrite, alors aucun bénévole offre de l'aide. Désolé. Global Genealogy: Quebec. Immigrants to Canada in Nineteenth Century - Ships - Emigration Reports - Emigration Handbooks. UWInfo | Marj's Homepage | Genealogy | Local History | Young Immigrants | Sessional Papers You can check out:Quebec ship arrivals of 1793Ships 1868 - 1875 - Ships 1876 - 1893 - Ships 1894 - 1904 - Ships 1905 - 1930s - Ships 1870 - mostly those with assisted passengers on boardAllan Line InformationPassengers from John McKenzie who were on the Montreal at time of fire, 1857Extracts From The Annals of the Port of Quebec 1535-1900Arrivals at Grosse Isle in 1866Harbors of Quebec, Montreal and Liverpool circa 1878 Since the first thing many immigrants did was buy land - here are early land patents (missing but available soon part B, H, K, L, M, P, Q, S, T)Numidian - outbound Cabin Passengers 1892S.S.

Prussian 1875 and a Bill of FareStray Ships - voyages found in various publications most from 1800-1864 Quebec, c1840 - NAC C-002671 New! Mail Packets, Montreal Ocean Steamship Line (Allan Line) and Vessels From The Immigration Reports Mail Packet ships were regular passenger vessels. RootsWeb: Canadian Military Heritage Project. Automated Genealogy: Census, Etc. Canada's Anglo-Celtic Connections. Most people enjoy treasure hunts, especially genealogists and family historians. Librarians love to help people seeking information, and seeking to learn. Reference librarians are getting adept at pointing family history researchers to a range of free online databases. Put these together and you get the Vancouver Public Library's just completed genealogy contest. More than 100 people sent in answers and the VPL gave a book prize, Finding Your Canadian Ancestors by Sherry Irvine and Dave Obee, to five people drawn from the 75 fully correct entries. Here's the VPL's contest.

Why not challenge yourself? Answer the questions below using the following FREE Canadian genealogy databases. Automated Genealogywww.automatedgenealogy.com B.C. British Columbia City Directories, 1860-1901www.vpl.ca/bccd/index.php Canadian Naturalization (1915-1932) www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/genealogy/022-505-e.html Census of Canada, 1881 www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/census-1881/index-e.html Daniel F. 1. 2. 3.

CanadianHeadstones.com: Family Trees. Early Canadiana Online. GlobalGenealogy.com: Canada. Our Roots. Newspaper Genealogy Sources. The Ancestor Hunt: Newspaper Links. CanadaGenWeb's Cemetery Project. Canadian Headstone Photo Project. Canada GenWeb Project. Canadian Genealogy & History Links. Québec Historical Newspapers. Université de Montréal: Early Surname Frequency. RootsWeb: Halifax County.