Dianne Taylor-Harding, Indexing Coordinator, and her enthusiastic team have added hundreds of new and unique names to the Quinte Branch FIND-IT searchable database of individuals referenced in family histories in the Quinte Branch Research Library. Check out these surnames and discover if any belong on the branches of your family tree. COMER-KNOLL-CHAPMAN-EARL-MILLINS-ACKER-ROLLINS-SHOOBRIDGE-STARK-HARTLEY-DOWDELL-BOWERFIND-JOYCE-FRIZZONE-NEWTON-FRIEWD-MACDONALD-GUFFIN-METZEL-BATEMAN-SEBASTIAN-BLACKBURN-TERRY-OAKE-GRANDAHL-GEARING-SNOW-DALE-DAVIS-CUSTER-STERNS-ROMER-STOCKER-HUMPHREYS-STEVENS-SHOWBRIDGE-KOSBURG-EARL-HUNTER-KELLY-HAWKINS-BULL-FORBES-RAYMOND-BENHAM-LAPOINTE-GILLETTE-EARL-HEAVEN-HARMON-LINDSAY-LATTIMER-POPE-STRAPE-BENNETT-BEDELL-PETERS-WELLMAN-HAGAN-PARKS-BAKER-SHOEBRIDGE-PHILLIPS-WINDLE-LEDFORD-SHEERAN-HARDING-DROZDOWSKI-GOUGH-BAMFORTH-KOSTER-LANSBURY-KRAMER-BEAMISH-SECORD-GREER-ADAMS-LOGAN-PERRY-TRUSLER-BLAGBURNE
These surnames and many more appear in the Wesleyan Methodist Baptismal Register for Prince Edward County, covering a large part of the 1800s. Information in these baptismal records showing fathers, mothers, birthdates, locations and ministers are indexed and organized into a format promoting genealogical research. Bongard-Clapp-Sprung-Clark-Walt-Curry-Dingman-Squires-Dulmage-Furgeson-Haylock-Weese-Hicks-Kerr-Lalanne Williamson-Larmer-Love-McCoid-Adams-McLellan-Miller-Reynolds-Ackerman-Robins-Rose-Butler-Ruttan-Switzer-Thompson-Chase-Trotter-VanDusen-Herington-VanVlack-Waddington-Morden-Wallbanks-Master-Cole-Deremo-Garrison-Moore-Reid-Walmsley-Bennett-Carson-Harrison-Patterson-Toby-Anderson-Brooks-Choats-Redner-Cook-Delong-Dempsey-Fox-Frederick-Giles-Way-Haycock-Hayes-Johnson-McCullogh-Beminger-Roblin-Burley-Hill-Martin-Ostrander Check out this Baptismal Register in the Quinte
The Quinte Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society was officially formed in 1980 by a small group of people, who got together and were interested in Genealogy. Betty Bruce, her husband Lorne, and their son Roy, along with his wife Ruth, were all part of the founding members of the Quinte Branch of the Ontario
If you need experienced research volunteers to assist you in your search for your ancestors, contact the Quinte Branch Research Coordinator to request help in the Quinte Branch Research Library. Your research request will be evaluated by our research team. We will quote you a charge to complete your request. If you decide to move
The Board of Trustees welcomes everyone to the Pilgrimage Service on Sunday, August 28, at 3:00 pm. Weather permitting, attendees will gather on the east lawn of the church for a traditional Methodist-style camp meeting. The speaker is Dr. Rev. William (Bill) Smith, who has made the Pilgrimage many times to this National Historic Site.
The Ontario Genealogical Society reports … “Ontario Ancestors, along with Family Search International and Library & Archives Canada, is undertaking the digitization of all available editions of the Vernon Directories. These digital copies are fully searchable and, best of all, they are freely available to all.” A downloadable list of currently available directories and their
A collection of video tutorials on ways to research cemeteries in Hastings, Northumberland and Prince Edward Counties using the resources of the Quinte Branch of Ontario Ancestors. Instructional videos are presented for Quinte Branch “Members” and “Non-Members” and for “Remote Researchers” who would like to use the resources of the Quinte Branch on the Marketplace.
Thanks to Dianne Taylor-Harding, Indexing Coordinator, and her enthusiastic indexing team, hundreds and hundreds of new names have been added to the searchable database, FIND-IT. If one of these surnames shown below appears in your family tree, you should check out FIND-IT. It is free and fully searchable by surname and given name. A follow-up