Thursday, March 05, 2009

Oh Boy! Have I been neglecting my blog!

It's been too long, once again, so here are a few resources that I've been collecting over the past couple of months. Enjoy!

March Genealogy Programs at the Halifax Public Libraries

Though Joanne at Halifax Public Libraries may have inadvertently sent this information to a mailing list for which it was not intended, it reminded me that many public libraries offer classes on a variety of genealogical topics. If you're interested in Halifax's offerings, please click here to see the March workshops on Genealogy 101, Irish Genealogy, and St. Margaret's Bay, NS.

ONTARIO LAND REGISTRY OFFICES - Listed by county/region
Updated By: Ruth Burkholder

This article is found in The Global Gazette, and is the work of Ruth Burkholder, owner of RMB Genealogical Services based in Stouffville, Ontario. Land Registries are amazing repositories that are worth a visit if you have family who have ever owned land in Ontario. If the place that your ancestors is a little too far afield, why not think about hiring a researcher? The Global Gazette is also where you'll find the latest list of More Useful Websites for Genealogy and History Researchers by Fawne Stratford-Devai.

More to follow soon!

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