The speaker traces the Gerow Family from south western France as they flee from religious persecution as Huguenots to New York City at the dawn of the 18th century. The family flourishes in the New World until seeds of discord infect the populace. Three sons of the family are forced to choose their allegiance to
This presentation is well-suited to researchers who are unable to travel to Toronto to visit the Archives of Ontario in person. Learn how to use the Archives of Ontario’s website and Microfilm Inter Loan Program to access collections – particularly records that are helpful for genealogical research.
<Adventures in Collaborative Genealogy> In this presentation, Leanne Cooper will provide an overview of WikiTree and its key features, and explore the ways that WikiTree supports finding and collaborating with distant cousins and other genealogists. Leanne is an active member of the British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa (BIFHSGO). Check out Leanne’s blog:
April 20: Brian Laurie-Beaumont had a forty year career in heritage facility development planning across Canada. The focus on heritage preservation and his formal education as an historian made genealogy a natural outlet for his inquisitive nature – and a fondness for challenging detective work. He is a member of the New England Historic and
16 February 2019 Quinte Branch Presents: Family History Reno Project (The Easy Do-Over) Presentation by Bob Dawes Visit the Quinte Branch website at … https://quinte.ogs.on.ca Check out the Quinte Branch on Facebook at … https://www.facebook.com/QuinteBranch.OGS
Join us with Janice Nickerson of Upper Canada Genealogy on Thursday, February 7th at 7 pm as she presents “Tackling Research Challenges: The Genealogical Proof Standard In Practice” The Genealogical Proof Standard isn’t just a way to measure the reliability of your research after the fact. It’s actually an excellent way to help you work