My Ancestor Was A Woman At War
British Military Medals - 2nd Edition
A Guide for the Collector
and Family Historian
Tracing Your Ancestors
Through Family Photographs
Cornish Emigrants to Ontario,
Bonnets and Hats 1840-1900
Poisoned by Lies & Hypocrisy,
America's First Attempt to Bring Liberty to Canada, 1775-1776
My Ancestor Was Scottish: A Guide to Sources for Family Historians
Scugog Carrying Place,
A Frontier Pathway
Forgotton Hero, Alexander Fraser
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Genealogy in Ontario, Searching the Records, 30th Anniversary Edition
The Famine in Ulster
Montbeliard Immigration to
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BOOK - Pontiac County Protestant Baptisms, Marriages and Burials 1864-1911, St. George's, St. Stephen's & St. Mathew's Anglican Churches.
By Dawn Murphy
This book consists of information extracted from microfiche records of Anglican circuit riders and churches from Pontiac County Quebec. Pontiac County is located on the Ottawa River upstream (north-west) from the present day cities of Ottawa & Hull, and situated opposite Renfrew and Lanark counties in Ontario. Pontiac settlers included a significant number of protestant immigrants, many of which attended the Anglican churches of St. Georges, St. Stephen's and St. Mathew's. Many of the family names contained in this book will be familiar to those who have researched families in adjoining Ontario counties of Lanark and Renfrew insofar as there was a great deal of migration between these three counties.
Baptism transcriptions include: Surname, Given Name, Father, Occupation, Residence (township), Mother, Birth Date, Minister, Witnesses, Microfiche Number.
Marriage transcriptions include: Groom Surname, First Name, Residence (township), Bride, Residence of Bride (township), Date, minister, Groom's Parents, Bride's Parents, Witnesses, Microfiche Number.
Burial transciptions include: Surname, First Name, Parents, Spouce, Age, Date of Death, Burial Date, Minister, Cemetery, Other, Witnesses, Microfiche Number.
This publication contains an exceptional index! Ms. Murphy created an index which is not only an alphabetical listing of names and the pages that those names appear on, she also constructed a "summary" of life events of each person included in the text including: Surname, Given Names, Birth Date, Baptism Date, Death Date, Burial Date, Page Numbers.
The book is beautifully hard-bound in a durable and attractive Navy Tanotex covering with gilt stamping on front cover and spine.
8.5 X 11"
Map - fold out 1880 map
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 1999 (CD 2010)
ISBN 1-894378-09-1 (Hardcover)
Surnames that appear in the index:
Achtel; Acres; Anderson; Angus; Armitage; Armstrong; Atkinson; Bailhartz?; Banks; Barber; Barlay; Baugh; Bean; Beauchamp; Behrandt; Behrandt; Bennett; Biehler; Black; Bolam; Bonsall; Bourne; Boyce; Boyd; Bradley; Braugson?; Brazeur ?; Bretzlaff; Broome?; Brown; Brownlee; Bruley ; Brunke; Bryant; Burgess; Burke (Bork); Calback; Calder; Callder; Campbell; Carsellar?; Carty; Chitty; Clarke; Cluff; Cole; Connelly; Connoley; Connolley; Connors; Conolley; Corbett; Coxhead; Craig; Crawford; Crozier; Cugner; Curry; Dagg; Dahms; Dale; Davis; Devine; Dewar; Drew; Eades; Ebert; Elder; Elliott; Emmerson; Engler; Fachey; Fairbairn; Fanning; Farrell; Fickau; Finan; Findlay; Findley; Flanagan; Fletcher; Flood; Foss; Fregin; Frost; Gardner; Gibson; Giddins; Gillis; Gilpin;Giroux; Gokier; Grant; Gravelle; Gray; Greer; Gubbe?; Hamilton; Hanna; Harris; Havelin; Havlin; Hazard; Heyke; Hill; Hobbs; Hobin; Hodgins; Horner; Howard; Irwin; Jahn ?; Johnson; Johnston; Jones; Judd; Kaapeke; Kelly; Kenndy; Kenny; Kidder; Kidney; King; Knipe; Krutz; Lang; Larose; Latham; Lathem; Laughren; Lawson; Leblanc; Ledger; Leggo; Leslie; Liddle; Lince; Little; Logan; Loyier; Lucas; Maheu; Martin; Mason; Maxwell; McCleary; McConnell; McCord; McCorriston; McDowell; McGregor; McJanet; McLean; McLeary; McNeil; McNeill; McRae; Meacham; Metcalf; Mielke; Miller; Milliken; Moore; Moorhead; Morrow; Mulligan; Nesbit; Nesbit; Newton; Nitschke; Olmstead; Ostrum; Ostrum; Paetzel; Palmer; Parker; Pasche; Peachie; Pearsall ?; Peever; Peever; Perkins; Perkins; Perkins; Pleger; Pleger; Price; Prior; Quaile; Queale; Queale; Queale; Queale; Queale; Queale; Queale; Queale; Quirt; Ralph; Reed; Rennick; Richard; Richards; Richardson; Riebertz; Riendeau; Riley; Robideau ?; Robinson; Roche; Rollinds?; Rooney; Ross; Row (& Rowe); Rowe; Rowland; Sanftenberg; Scannill?; (Somerville?); Schining; Schock; Schoening; Schwartz; Scully; Seaman; Shaning; Sharpe; Shaw; Sheppard; Simms; Sinn; Smiley; Smith; Smyth; Sommerfeld; Sommerville; Sparling; Sparrow; St. Jean; St. Aubin; Stanley; Steinke; Stender; Stephens; Stephenson; Stewart; Strutt; Sutherland; Taylor; Telford; Thoms; Thrun; Tippins; Tourangeau; Towell; Tozer; Tubman; Turcotte; Wall; Wall(s); Wallace; Walls; Walsh; White; Wiegandt; Willoughby; Wilson; Wiltshire?; Woods; Workman; Wright; Young; Zacharias.
More Canadian Genealogy & History Resources from Global Genealogy:
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[Glengarry County, Ontario]
Disappearing History of Niagara,
The Graveyards of a Frontier Township
Preserving Your Family Photographs
Fashionable Folks Hairstyles 1840-1900
How to Find Your Family History in Newspapers
Google Earth for Genealogy: Tutorial Video Series
Legacy Family Tree - Unlocked! Techniques, Tips and Step-by-Steps