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BOOK - Leinster to Lanark (Irish settlers to Lanark County, Ontario)
By Carol Bennett-McCuaig
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Carleton Place, 2022
Originally published by Juniper Books Ltd, Renfrew, 2010
In the years following the 1798 Insurrection in Ireland a large group of settlers from the counties of Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford and Wicklow came to Lanark County in the Ottawa Valley. Many others from the same places, often related to them, settled in the adjoining counties of Leeds and Carleton. A careful comparison has been made between the huge amount of historical and genealogical research which the author has carried out over the past forty years. In due course some members of these pioneer families moved to other parts of the province, their destination being the counties of Bruce, Grey, Hastings, Huron, Lambton and Renfrew, among others. Many other descendants still reside on their families' original lots in Lanark County. Genealogical information pertaining to the pioneer generation has been included for hundreds of families. In addition to this the author has included stories which have been handed down in some of the families concerning their ancestors' experiences in southeastern Ireland in 1798. Browse the Index to see which families are included.     More information
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BOOK - Valley Irish (Ottawa Valley - Carleton, Lanark & Renfrew counties)
By Carol Bennett-McCuaig & D.W. McCuaig
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Carleton Place, 2022
Originally published by Juniper Books Ltd, Renfrew, 1983
What would the Ottawa Valley be without the Irish? Between the years 1818 and 1868 they came here in their thousands, both Protestant and Catholic, from every county in the Emerald Isle. They left Ireland for many different reasons, and their arrival helped to shape the destiny of this part of Canada. Carol Bennett has documented the Irish settlement in the old District of Bathurst (part of the modern counties of Carleton, Lanark and Renfrew), drawing on the history of nineteenth century Ireland to explain why the people left their native land, and how these events affected the Ottawa Valley. In addition, she has profiled a cross-section of the old families of the area. Browse the Index to see which families are included. These stories will be invaluable to the genealogist. D.W. McCuaig's photographs of Ireland and the Ottawa Valley interspersed with a few heritage photos for contrast, enable the reader to compare the two landscapes.     More information
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BOOK - A Collection of Lanark County, Ontario Marriage Records 1817-1967
By Peter Andersen
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2015
Nearly three decades ago, Peter Andersen extracted and recorded marriage records from the church registers of a long list of Lanark County churches of various faiths. He also compiled lists of Strays -- marriages of Lanark County natives who married outside of the county, or in other churches. Extracts of marriage notifications published in the Lanark Observer newspaper (Lanark Village) have been included in this collection. These seven hundred pages of marriage records have been built into a single searchable digital file that is bookmarked by the name of the source and date range of records contained within each section. (e.g. Perth Presbyterian Church 1817-1857). Being able to search through all 41 sets of records with a single search is especially helpful when you are not sure of where, when, or in which church that a marriage was solemnized. The collection includes about 84,000 individual names of brides, grooms, and named witnesses who participated in solemnizing approximately 14,000 marriages between 1817 and 1967. ISBN 978-1-77240-014-4 (digital edition)     More information
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BOOKS - County Marriage Registers of Ontario 1858-1869, Second Edition - 38 volumes organized by County
By Elizabeth Hancocks C. G. & W. E. Britnell and Donald A. McKenzie
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton/Carleton Place
Legislation passed in 1857 that required registration of all marriages performed by all clergymen in the Province of Canada West (Ontario). The marriages were recorded in County Marriage Registers. They were to begin on January 1, 1858 and finish on July 1, 1869. Some counties started early, including marriages performed before 1858, and some registers include marriages performed in the later months of 1869 even though formal provincial civil registration of birth, marriage and death began in the summer of 1869.

These books are more than just an indexes of the original registers. They contain transcriptions of names, dates and places and oftentimes, ages of bride and groom, and names of parents. If you are looking for a marriage recorded in Ontario between 1858-1869, this is first resource to check.

More information - 1958-1869 Ontario Marriages organized by County


BOOKS - District Marriage Registers of Ontario 1786-1870 - 32 volumes organized by District, referencing contained counties
By Dan Walker, Fawne Stratford-Devai
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton/Carleton Place, 1999-2013
Prior to counties becoming administrative entities in the 1850s, the province of Upper Canada (Ontario) was initially divided into four administrative Districts which subdivided as population grew to become twenty five Districts. Early efforts at civil registration were recorded by those Districts. In spite of Counties becoming administrative authorities in the 1849, a few District marriage registers continued to be updated as late as 1870.

During the early period of settlement all ministers who performed marriages with the exception of Anglican and Roman Catholic ministers, were required to submit returns to the Clerk of the Peace for the District where the minister resided. That said, plenty of Anglicans and Catholics were married by nonconformist ministers, usually as a result of their preferred church not having been established in their locale yet. The majority of returns begin in the 1830s with a few Districts recording marriages as early as 1786. The Clerk of the Peace then recorded the returns in a District register kept in the District office. Most of the original District Marriage Registers survive and have been reliably transcribed into this series of books. The section also include a few volumes of 'District Vital Records' which include transcriptions of vital records (BMDs) from other sources in the same time period.

More information - 1786-1870 Ontario Marriages organized by District


BOOKS - Surrogate Court Indexes of Ontario, Canada, 1859-1900 (Wills), Second Edition - 27 volumes organized by County
Compiled by June Gibson, Indexed by Elizabeth Hancocks, C. G. & Shannon Hancocks
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton/Carleton Place, 2005
Wills and the documents that contribute to the process of distributing the estate of a deceased individual can be a wonderful source of information about the deceased, their family and those who survived. Estate Files are of great interest because of the bounty of detailed information that they contain about the deceased, and about those who survive. The Surrogate Court used the documents in order to disperse the deceased's estate, whether he/she died with (testate) or without (intestate) a Will. These indexes are designed to assist researchers in finding estate and death information for those who died in Ontario from the mid to late 1800s

More information - 1859-1900 (Estates) organized by County


BOOK - The BENNETT Millennium Book (Pioneer family of Lanark County)
By Carol Bennett-McCuaig
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Carleton Place, 2022
Originally published by Juniper Books Ltd, Renfrew, 2000
This is the story of Edward Bennett, pioneer of Lanark Township, Lanark County, Ontario, his wives, Julia Kenny and Ann Graham, and their descendants. Edward Bennett drew land in Ramsay Township but moved to Lanark Township in 1822 to a lot adjoining that of his brother-in-law, James Kenny. This book is the result of 40 years of genealogical research by recognized local historian, genealogist and prolific author Carol Bennett-McCuaig. Everyone with a connection to this family or an interest in the settlement of Lanark County will find this book helpful.     More information
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BOOK - In Search of Lanark, a historical overview of its towns, villages & townships (Lanark County, Eastern Ontario)
By Carol Bennett-McCuaig & D.W. McCuaig
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Carleton Place, 2022
Originally published by Juniper Books Ltd, Renfrew, 1982
In Search of Lanark provides a historical overview of Lanark County's towns, villages and townships. Each community's chapter features a written historical sketch by Carol Bennett-McCuaig and photos of interest by D. W. McCuaig. Many individual settlers are mentioned as are noteable persons and families. This expanded edition contains 160 illustrations of fine old stone houses, log cabins, churches, rail fences, and people from one of eastern Ontario's most beautiful counties. You will find everything that was in the 1980 edition plus information, photos, and communities that were omittted from that first edition. To see the list of communities and for more detail about the book see:     More information
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BOOK - In Search of the K and P - The story of the Kingston & Pembroke Railway
By Carol Bennett-McCuaig
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Carleton Place, 2022
Originally published by Juniper Books Ltd, Renfrew, 1981
This book is a history of the Kingston & Pembroke Railway, the people who were part of that enterprise, and the stories of many people who lived along the line. A worthwhile read for railway buffs, historians, family historians, as well as the casual reader who is interested in how a railway affected the lives of so many in the backwoods of Eastern Ontario. The book is lavishly illustrated with period photos of places, equipment and people. This edition includes additional reader contributed stories that were included in the second printing of the book. The entrepreneurs who promoted and built the Kingston & Pembroke Railway hoped for handsome profits from the railway, the mines and the lumber mills in the backwoods of Eastern Ontario. The people who lived beside the line, who affectionately called it the Kick & Push, found that it opened up a wider world for them and they adopted the K & P as their own.     More information
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BOOK - The Kerry Chain - The Limerick Link (Ireland to Renfrew County, Ontario)
By Carol Bennett-McCuaig
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2022
Originally published by Juniper Books Ltd, Renfrew, 2003
Between the years 1823 and 1875 a large number of families from Ireland's County Kerry and County Limerick, many of them inter-related, arrived in Renfrew County, Ontario. Many of them had first lived in the counties of Lanark and Carleton to the south, before making the move to join compatriots and relatives in the newly opened townships. These chain migrations involved both Catholics and Protestants. This book documents that migration with much detail about individuals and families. While the author appears to have been the first to uncover the Kerry chain, it has never been any secret that many of the people who settled in the Mount St Patrick area were from West Limerick. Carol McCuaig has found that many of the surnames are repeated in both the North Kerry and West Limerick groups, who lived within a short distance of each other in Ireland. This book will be of interest to both the family historian and those engaged in Irish immigration studies.     More information including Index
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BOOK - Wardens of Renfrew (1861-1989 Renfrew County, Ontario)
By Carol Bennett-McCuaig
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Carleton Place, 2022
Originally published by Juniper Books Ltd, Renfrew, 1989
This book contains biographical sketches of all the Wardens who have served since Renirew became a Provisional County in 1861 and a fully-fledged. County in October, 1866. It also features several Renfrew County men who at an earlier date served as Warden of the United Counties of Lanark & Renfrew. The Warden of of a County in Ontario is elected by their peers on County Council, to act as the chief exectutive officer of the county for their term. They preside over council meetings, provide leadership, and represent the county at official functions.Genealogists will find this book useful. In addition to the data of all 117 Wardens, there is mention of a number of others who have served on County Council from time to time.     More information including Index
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BOOK - Invisible Women (of Eastern, Ontario)
By Carol Bennett-McCuaig
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2022
Originally published by Juniper Books Ltd, Renfrew, 1999
This book focuses on the 'invisible women' without whom the settlement and development of Eastern Ontario would have been impossible. Apart from the few whose activities thrust women into the limelight it is an unfortunate fact that women in our society were rendered virtually invisible until the second half of the twentieth century. In countless obituaries in small town newspapers they were almost anonymous, mentioned only as 'the wife of John Smith' or 'the relict of Henry Woods.' Although they might have been celebrated as "a beloved wife and mother' or 'a good Christian woman' there was seldom any clue to the personal life of these members of 'the weaker sex', their hopes and dreams and achievements. Eastern Ontario is a beautiful part of Canada, and a wonderful region in which to live. This book celebrates the lives of all the invisible women who have helped to make it what it is today.     More information including Index
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BOOK - Founding Families of Beckwith Township 1816-1846 (Lanark County, Ontario)
By Carol Bennett-McCuaig
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2022
Originally published by Juniper Books Ltd, Renfrew, 2007
Did your ancestors pioneer in Beckwith Township between 1816 and 1846? If so, they were among the earliest families of the district. Although few of them were rich in worldly goods we should think of these people as part of an elite group who, through their hard work and vision of a better future, have left us a legacy of which we can be proud. It was they who cleared the land and set up institutions which are valued by us today. Whether you are working on your falnily tree or merely acknowledging, with justifiable pride, that you are descenaed from one or more of the founding families of Beckwith, this book was·compiled for you!     More information including Index
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BOOK - A Swarm of Bees - Lanark Society Settlers 1800-1900, A Journey from Scotland to Upper Canada and Utah   
By Ron W. Shaw
Published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2018
A Swarm of Bees recounts a journey begun in 1820 that, over the course of 50 years, took 18 ‘Lanark Society Settler’ families from the slums of Glasgow to the Great Salt Lake Valley. These pioneer families, who first settled in what is now Lanark County, Ontario, were among the earliest converts to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Their story unfolds in the context of the founding and earliest days of the Mormon Church, as they follow their new faith through the Ohio and Missouri settlements, to Nauvoo Illinois, the refugee camps of Council Bluffs Iowa, and finally along the Mormon Trail to Utah. To the greatest extent possible the author allows those who knew them, and those who traveled with them, to speak in their own voices across the intervening years. Shaw has sought out a multitude of voices, both of the living and of the long gone, and reported on what he found among them.     More Information (Check out the online Index)
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BOOK - Narrative of a Voyage to Quebec and the Journey from Thence to New Lanark in Upper Canada
By John McDonald, A Lanark Society Settler, 1821
Originally published by author, Edinburgh, 1823
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2018

John McDonald emigrated from Scotland to Lanark in Upper Canada (Ontario) in the Spring of 1821, during the second year of the assisted emigration scheme known as The Lanark Society Settlers. John McDonald's account provides first person insight into what early settlers encountered during their journey to a better life for themselves and their families. Though tinged with the negativity of his own experience, McDonald breathes life into our understanding of the obstacles that our ancestors overcame. Most of The Lanark Society Settlers stayed, weathered the discomfort of pioneering, and found a way to succeed in their new land.     More information
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BOOK - The Lanark Society Settlers
By Carol Bennett
Originally published by Juniper Books, Renfrew, 1991
This edition Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton (now Ottawa), 2012

In 1820 and 1821 more than forty settlement societies from the Glasgow area of Scotland organized and managed the assisted emigration of a large number of Scottish families to the New Lanark Settlement in Lanark County, Upper Canada (Ontario) under the auspices of the British government. The immigrants were granted undeveloped land in the townships of Dalhousie, Lanark, North Sherborooke and Ramsay. This long out-of-print book has been reprinted and is available to those with an interest in the history and families of Lanark County.
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BOOK - The Lanark Society Settlers: Ships Lists of the Glasgow Emigration Society of 1821
By George J. Neville
Originally published by BIFHSGO, Ottawa, 1995
This edition Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2012

In 1820 and 1821 a large group of Scots emigrated into the New Lanark Settlement in Upper Canada (Ontario). This booklet includes much information about the Lanark Society settlers who came to Canada in 1821, including the names of heads of household and the number, ages and sex of family members, which emigration societies they belonged to, which ships they sailed on and more.     More information including index
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BOOK - Peter Robinson's Settlers
By Carol Bennett
Originally published by Juniper Books Ltd, Renfrew, 1987
This edition by Global Heritage Press, Milton (now Ottawa), 2011
In 1823 and 1825 groups of people from south Ireland were brought to Upper Canada under the leadership of the Hon. Peter Robinson, MPP. They settled in the District of Bathurst in the Ottawa Valley and in the Newcastle District in the Peterborough area. Carol Bennett has documented the events which led up to this emigration scheme, and she has looked at each family to see what became of them. The book includes stories of the settlers, events in which the families took part, and profiles of prominent descendants.     More information
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BOOK - Influence and Ambition: First Persons of Perth   (Lanark County, Ontario)
By Ron W. Shaw
Published by Global Heritage Press, Carleton Place, 2016
The British Army created the Perth Military Settlement in 1816 as part of a plan to provide “for the present defense and future protection of Upper Canada”. By 1822, when administration of the settlement was passed to the Colonial Office, more than 1,250 discharged soldiers with their families, as well as 700 civilian families, had been settled in the surrounding Townships of Bathurst, Drummond, Elmsley and Beckwith in what is now Lanark County, Ontario. In Influence & Ambition: First Persons of Perth, local historian Ron W. Shaw challenges many of the accounts left by the Perth’s ‘First Historian’, Reverend William Bell. Through colourful biographies of Bell and seventeen other ‘First Persons’ Shaw takes a fresh look at Perth’s earliest history and the men who made it; many of whom went on to become Canada’s leading pioneer legislators and business leaders. Shaw includes many references to other early settlers while telling the stories of those eighteen community leaders. This thoroughly researched book will entertain and inform anyone with an interest in the War of 1812, early settlement of Upper Canada, genealogy, or just the Town of Perth.     More Information
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BOOKs - Genealogical Abstracts from the Perth Courier and Bathurst Courier Newspapers 1834-1929
By Louise I. Hope
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2013
Louise Hope compiled the records in this eight volume series to create a comprehensive source for extracts of births, marriages, deaths and other genealogical records that were published in The Perth Courier newspaper. Volumes are organized by date range. They are available individually or as a set. The extraction work began in 1974 and was completed 15 years later. She included comprehensive indexes so that specific records are easy to find. Though these books include detailed extracts, they can also serve as a valuable finding aid to help researchers locate the exact issue where an event was reported when looking for an original entry in physical, microfilmed and digitized copies of The Perth Courier. Available in three formats: Printed books in coilbound format; Books-on-CD in searchable pdf format; and Pdf-via-email (also searchable).      More information including indexes



BOOK - The Bathurst Courier, Extracts From The Bathurst Courier 1834-1857 [Perth, Ontario]
By Dan Walker
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2003 (CD 2011)
Few records of daily life are as diverse as local newspapers. The Bathurst Courier is a goldmine of information stretching back to the early days of settlement when Ontario was known as Upper Canada. The Bathurst Courier was published in Lanark County's county town of Perth from 1834 to 1857. It later became known as the Perth Courier.     More information including an index
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BOOKS - The Lanark Era - Births, Marriages and Deaths, In Four Volumes
By Peter E. Andersen
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton & Carleton Place, 1998-2015
These four volumes contain transcriptions of births, marriages and deaths transcribed from original newspapers and microfilm of surviving issues of The Lanark Era from 1895 to 1939. Also included are accounts of returning First World War soldiers, and many who did not return. The Lanark Era did an excetional job of publishing information about early local families and also reported on many who migrated beyond Lanark County.

When volumes one and two were compiled, it was thought that several issues were permanently lost. Five years later, copies of the "missing issues" were discovered in a private collection that had been assembled from auction sale buys over several decades. That collector contibuted his collection which enabled Anderson to transcribe the third book in the series -- "The Missing Years". The fourth volume was completed in 2015. The volumes in the series contain information about more than 50,000 individuals. More information including indexes


BOOK - Cheese Stakes, Lanark County's Mammoth Cheese and its Place in Cheesemaking History    (Lanark County, Ontario)
By Ron W. Shaw
Published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2017
Cheese Stakes explores the nineteenth century story of the Lanark County Mammoth Cheese in the context of its place in a long tradition of oversized cheeses, and examines the remarkable, never to be repeated, achievement it represented in the annals of the cheesemakers' art. On April 25, 1893, the largest cheddar cheese ever manufactured anywhere in the world arrived on the grounds of the World's Columbian Exhibition at Jackson Park, Chicago, Illinois. Pressed seven months earlier in a Canadian Pacific Railway Company freight shed at Perth, Ontario, as it travelled to Chicago its massive 22,000 pounds weight snapped the railway car truss rods four times, its casing attracted a mass of graffiti and, as it was dragged into its exhibit space, the 'Canadian Mite' crashed through the floor of the Dairy Pavilion. Purchased by Britain's most prominent cheesemongers, it was transported to England and paraded through the streets of London, cut with a garden spade, and eaten by English consumers. Cheese Stakes is an essential read for those with an interest in the agricultural roots of Ontario; cheesemaking history, and in the individuals who were amoung the cast of characters who played a role in the great adventure of the Lanark County Mammoth Cheese.     More Information
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BOOKS - Pakenham, Ottawa Valley Village
By Verna Ross McGiffin
Verna Ross McGiffin's two volumes of Pakenham, Ottawa Valley Village 1823-1860 and Pakenham, Ottawa Valley Village 1860-1900 have stood the test of time. Written in 1963 and 1967 respectively, McGiffen's books remain the definitive history of a community and its environs. From settlement to its establishment as a thriving village in Lanark County, the author includes local history and biographical sketches to illustrate the experiences of those who chose to make Pakenham Township and Pakenham village their home. More information
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BOOK - Perth-On-The-Tay, A Tale Of The Transplanted Highlanders
By Josephine Smith
Originally published by author, 1901
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2007

Josephine Smith self-published her popular narrative about the every-day lives of Lanark County pioneers in 1901. She tells the story of the Perth military settlement from its beginning, then explores its early development by mixing history with fictionalized accounts of actual events and people. Having written the book in the closing years of the 19th century, the author had personal access to first-hand accounts from some of the original settlers and many their children. More information
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BOOKS - Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society Publications (OGS)
Includes vital records from the City of Ottawa and the counties of Carleton, Lanark, Prescott, Russel & Renfrew.
Most titles originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, Ottawa, various dates
These editions published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2016, 2017


The Ottawa Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society (OGS) has compiled dozens of books of vital records (cemetery transcripts, church records, immigration records, newspaper transcripts of birth, marriage and death announcements, obituaries, & much more) to assist those who seek their roots in Eastern Ontario and beyond:
  • Misc. Eastern Ontario & Beyond
  • Carleton County & Ottawa
  • Dundas County
  • Frontenac County
  • Grenville County
  • Hastings County
  • Leeds County
  • Lanark County
  • Prescott County
  • Renfrew County
  • Russel County
Global Genealogy is the official source for Ottawa Branch OGS books. Complete list of Ottawa Branch books in printed and digital formats



BOOK - The Parish Register of Kingston, Upper Canada 1785-1811
Originally published by British Whig Publishing Company, Kingston, 1921
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2003

An invaluable reference for those with roots in early Kingston (Frontenac) and area. Includes Baptisms, marriages, funerals and much more. Not only was it the first such register to be kept in Upper Canada (Ontario), but it recorded in large numbers the names of inhabitants of the Province other than those whose domicile was in Kingston.

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BOOK - Historic Hastings - Volume One with New Introduction and Expanded Index
By Gerald E. Boyce
First edition published by Hastings County Council, Belleville, 1967
This second edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2013

Originally published in 1967 to document the settlement and local history of Hastings County in Ontario, Canada up to 1966, this fine work has been long out of print. Author, Author Gerry Boyce writes "With 8,000 copies in circulation, one could presume that there would be no need for a reprint. Such is not the case. The book has been out of print for several years, but prices for used copies (sometimes in poor condition) have risen dramatically". Historic Hastings has stood the test of time -- as highly regarded today as when originally published. Readers and family history researchers will appreciate the new and expanded index in this edition. Larry McQuoid and the Quinte Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society contributed an improved and greatly expanded index to which the author has added additional entries for the new content in this edition. The original index in the 1967 edition excluded many family names listed in the chapters on individual municipalities, the new index includes all these names. This certainly will benefit genealogists. Generously illustrated with period photographs and maps. More information (including the new index)
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image to be added soon BOOK - Directory of the County of Hastings 1879 - 1880
By The Intelligencer
Originally published by The Intelligencer, Belleville, Ontario 1879
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2006

Gazetteers and directories provide contemporary insights into a community and are of significant value to family history researchers. Directories place a person at a specific location at a specific time. The book is organized by municipality / township, with each householder and business recorded alphabetically by surname or business name. There are descriptive sketches of each municipality before the listing of the persons in the place. Some of the sketches are lengthy... for example, Belleville's sketch is several pages. More information
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BOOK - Pioneer Life On The Bay Of Quinte
New Introduction by Brian Tackaberry (1999)
New Index (1999)
Originally published by Rolph and Clark, 1904
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton 1999 (CD 2010)

This 1096 page tome is invaluable to those who are researcing Loyalist and other ancestry in the Bay of Quinte and south east central Ontario region. The region of settlement covered in this volume (Bay of Quinte region) extends from Kingston to Trenton and includes the counties of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, Hastings and Prince Edward. Originally published in 1904, this edition contains a extensive new index, and a new introduction by Brian Tackaberry. 309 family histories and genealogies of early Loyalist, British and American families who settled in the region. More information
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BOOK - The Settlement of the United Empire Loyalists on the Upper St. Lawrence and Bay of Quinte In 1784, A Documentary Record
By Brig. General E. A. Cruikshank
Originally published by Ontario Historical Society, Toronto, 1934
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2007

The Settlement of the United Empire Loyalists on the Upper St. Lawrence and Bay of Quinte In 1784, A Documentary Record is a collection of letters and journal entries of the people who were most closely involved with planning and accomplishing Loyalist settlement along the St. Lawrence River and the Bay of Quinte area between May 1783 and November of 1784. Many references to specific settlers and their circumstances are included. More information
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BOOK - 7th Town Ameliasburgh Township Past & Present
By Seventh Town Historical Society
Originally published by 7th Town Historical Society, Ameliasburgh, 1984
This edition by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 1999, 2010 (CD 2010)

This revised edition contains a facsimile reprint of every page of the original book plus new material. Of great value is a new and extensive index. The index is a windfall for family historians because it guides readers to over six thousand names linked to many thousands of valuable references.    More information
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BOOKS - 1851 & 1861 Census of Prince Edward County, Canada West (Ontario, Canada)
  • BOOK - 1851 Census Extracts of Prince Edward County, Canada West (Ontario, Canada) More Information

  • BOOK - 1861 Census, Hallowell Township, Prince Edward County, Canada West (Ontario, Canada) More Information

  • BOOK - 1861 Census, Town of Picton, Prince Edward County, Canada West (Ontario, Canada) More Information

  • BOOK - 1861 Census, Ameliasburgh Township, Prince Edward County, Canada West (Ontario, Canada) More Information

  • BOOK - 1861 Census, Marysburgh Township, Prince Edward County, Canada West (Ontario, Canada) More Information

  • BOOK - 1861 Census, Sophiasburgh Township, Prince Edward County, Canada West (Ontario, Canada) More Information

  • BOOK - 1861 Census, Hillier Township, Prince Edward County, Canada West (Ontario, Canada) More Information

  • BOOK - 1861 Census, Athol Township, Prince Edward County, Canada West (Ontario, Canada) More Information

BOOK - History of Leeds and Grenville, Ontario from 1749-1879
By Thad. W. H. Leavitt
Originally published by the Recorder Press, Brockville, 1879
This edition by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2005 (improved 2010 printing)

The original and complete title of the book was History of Leeds and Grenville Ontario, From 1749 to 1879, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of its Prominent Men and Pioneers. Originally published in 1879, this book is the best reference/local history/biographical record of the early history and families of Leeds & Grenville Counties that we know of. Filled with the history of the area from prior to European settlement, to visitations by explorers, to early settlement by those who had supported the British during the American Revolutionary war, to the development and settlement of the community during the 19th century. Contains a large number of family sketches and biographical information for many local individuals. Illustrations of the people, homes and places within the community. (Hardcover) More Information
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BOOK - St. Ann Roman Catholic Church, Merrickville, Grenville County, Ontario, Marriages 1875-1911
Compiled by Peter Andersen
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton 2015
Peter Andersen transcribed 1875-1911 marriages records from the St. Ann Roman Catholic Church register about 30 years ago. We scanned his original manually typed pages into pdf format so that they are searchable and can be downloaded and used on any device that can read a pdf file. Each marriage record includes the date of the marriage, name of the bride, the names of the bride's parents including the maiden suname of her mother, the groom's name, the names of the grooms parents including the maiden surman of the groom's mother as recorded in the church register. 498 names regarding 83 marriages.     More information
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BOOK - St. Edward the Confessor Roman Catholic Church, Westport, Leeds Grenville County, Ontario, Marriages 1847-1910
Compiled by Peter Andersen
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton 2015
Peter Andersen transcribed the 1847-1910 marriages records from the St. Ann Roman Catholic Church register about 30 years ago. We scanned his original manually typed pages into pdf format so that they are searchable and can be downloaded and used on any device that can read a pdf file. Each marriage record includes the date of the marriage, name of the bride, the names of the bride's parents including the maiden suname of her mother, the groom's name, the names of the grooms parents including the maiden surman of the groom's mother as recorded in the church register. 2868 names regarding 478 marriages.     More information
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Books by Duncan (Darby) MacDonald - Eastern Ontario / Upper Canada
Published by MacDonald Research*, Milton & Carleton Place, various dates
MacDonald Research is an imprint of GlobalGenealogy.com Inc.

Duncan (Darby) MacDonald spent a lifetime investigating and recording the records of families and church registers in Eastern Ontario. He published more than 50 volumes over 30+ years under his own signature. We acquired the rights to Duncan's published work after his passing. His books are being republished under our imprint 'MacDonald Research Press'. The remainder of his titles will be added to our catalogue as they are completed. The following list of books is organized by category and then by place if applicable. Browseable Indexes are included for books that have one (most).

MISCELLANEOUS
  • Some long lost Births, Marriages & Deaths along the St. Lawrence River from Dundas County to Glengarry County, Ontario c1840-c1950   More information

  • Newspaper Tidbits, Taken from Cornwall, Ontario Newspapers and Others, Genealogical Extractions 1835-1906   More information

  • Canada's Heroes in the Great World War, Cornwall, Alexandria, Vankleek Hill, Hawkesury and Intermediate Points - Memorial Edition   More information

  • Souvenir of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Commemorating OLD BOYS' REUNION at Cornwall August 11-15, 1906   More information
CHURCH, CEMETERY & CHURCH RELATED RECORDS
  • Lanark County, Ontario

    • Interesting Notes and Comments from the Diary of Rev. John MacDonald, Roman Catholic Priest at Perth, Upper Canada 1823-1837 Includes the Almanacs of Peter Ferguson of Sherbrook Township and a 1836 Census of "Catholic Souls" in Lanark County   More information

  • Prescott & Russell, United Counties of, Ontario

    • The Complete Parish Registers of St. Catherine of Sienna Roman Catholic Parish, Greenfield, Ontario, 1894-2000 - Second Edition [Greenfield, Ontario]   More information

  • Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry, United Counties of, Ontario

    • Notre Dame Du Rosaire Roman Catholic Parish Registers 1869-1925 in 3 Vols [Crysler, Ontario]   More information

    • St Alexander Roman Catholic Parish, Lochiel - Baptisms, Marriages, Burials and Gravestones 1863-1932 [Lochiel Township]   More information

    • The Roman Catholic Parish of Precious Blood Flanagan's Point, Glen Walter, Ontario Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1913-1962   More information

    • St. Andrews West (Roman Catholic) Parish Registers 1804-1944 - Third Edition   More information

    • The Old & New St. Andrews West and MacMillan South of Finch Cemeteries, Cornwall and Finch Townships Stormont, Ontario   More information

    • The Story of St. Andrews West from Index cards of the late Edwin McDonald   More information

    • St. Columba Presbyterian Church Baptisms and Marrriages 1820-1884 [Lochiel, Ontario]   More information

    • St. Finnan's (R.C.) Parish, Alexandria, Glengarry County, Ontario Baptisms, Burials and Marriages 1836-1945   More information

    • The St. Columban's Mission/Parish, Cornwall, Ontario Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths, Burials, Confirmations - Third Edition   More information

    • St. John's Presbyterian Church, Cornwall, Ontario Parish Registers 1833-1896   More information

    • Parish Registers of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, St Joseph's Roman Catholic Parish, Lancaster, Ontario 1904-1925   More information

    • St. Margaret of Scotland Roman Catholic Church Parish Register Transcription 1886 to 1999 [Glen Nevis, Ontario]   More information

    • St. Martin of Tours Roman Catholic Parish, Glen Robertson - Baptisms, Marriages, Burials 1895-1925   More information

    • St. Mary's Williamstown, Glengarry Parish Registers 1854-1928   More information

    • St. Raphael's Roman Catholic Parish Registers 1805-1904 - Baptisms, Births, Marriages, Deaths, Burials & Converts   More information

    • Sinnsearrachd, Historical notes regarding the Roman Catholic Diocese of Alexandria-Cornwall 1834-1960   More information

    • The Roman Catholic Parish of "Our Lady of The Angels" Moose Creek, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials 1882-1925 - Second Edition   More information


  • Hogansburg, New York, USA

    • The Parish Registers of Births, Marriages, Deaths of St. Regis Roman Catholic Mission (Early Jesuit) 1784-1879
      Prior to the establishment of Roman Catholic churches on the Canadian side of the border, rites of baptism, marriage and burial were often recorded in the registers of St Regis Mission for those living on the Canadian side.   More information

  • Province of Quebec

    • St. Joseph De Soulange, Les Cèdres, Québec. Some Births, Marriages and Deaths, 1777-1833   More information
    • Notre-Dame de Montréal [RC], Selected Records of Baptism, Marriage and Burial for Early Scots and Irish 1775-1810   More information
FAMILY HISTORIES - Pioneer Families of Eastern Ontario
  • A Genealogical Sketch of Joseph BROWNELL of Moulinette, Upper Canada, and Other Related Genealogies   More information

  • CAMERON - The Ancestors and Descendants of John Cameron, United Empire Loyalist and Lady Mary Cameron of Cornwall Township, Third Edition   More information

  • Three FRASER Families with roots in St. Andrews West, Cornwall Township, Stormont County, Ontario. Sgt. Donald Fraser, United Empire Loyalist; The Hon. Thomas Fraser, Simon Fraser The Explorer   More information

  • The Taillon (Tyo) Families, 3rd Edition, and the Descendants of Philippe LALONDE   More information

  • John LONEY, United Empire Loyalist & Shoemaker to Sir William and Sir John Johnson   More information

  • A Genealogical Sketch of a United Empire Loyalist Family in North America The MATTICE Family, Third Edition   More information

  • The TAILLON (TYO) Families, 3rd Edition, and the Descendants of Philippe Lalonde   More information

  • The WALDORF Families, 2nd Edition, and the Descendants of Martin Waldorf UE   More information

  • How WRIGHT You Are - Third Edition   More information

BOOK - The Kennedys, MacDiarmids, McDermids, Munros and other Glengarry - Stormont Pioneers
By R.B. (Bob) Campbell and Douglas McDermid
Published by Mika Publishing, Belleville, 1986
This book traces the roots or certain Kennedys, MacDiarmids, Munros and other Scottish families who settled in the counties of Glengarry and Stormont In the easternmost part of the province of Ontario. In many cases it provides the exact lot number and township concession where these pioneers settled. The family history not only traces their descendants but also in many cases narrates their contribution to the social and cultural life or their community and province. The book does not have an Index. However, the Table of Contents includes a listing of the families for which there are considerable details provided in this book. These are new books that were purchased from the publisher when the publisher's business was being disolved. Only a few copies left!
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BOOK - Lunenburgh or The Old Eastern District - With New Index [Eastern Ontario]
By J. F. Pringle
Originally published by Standard Printing House, 1890
This edition by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2009 (CD 2010)

Pringle created a comprehensive history of the old Eastern District when he wrote this acclaimed account of pre-settlement and the first 100 years thereafter. Long used as a reliable reference work, and not yet matched by another author, we are pleased to be able to bring this book back into print. The new index adds greatly to the usability of the book for researchers seeking a specific subject or person.     More information
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BOOK - NEW INDEX to the book "Lunenburgh or The Old Eastern District"
Compiled by Global Heritage Press
Published by Globalheritage Press, Milton, 2009
Unlike our 2009 edition of Lunenburgh or The Old Eastern District (above), the original 1890 book didn't include an index -- nor did the reprint that was published by Mika Publishing during the 1970's. If you have one of those old editions, you can now buy this separate index to make your book more useful.
Includes a comlete index of names; 62 Pages; 8.5" X 11"

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BOOK - Sketches Illustrating The Early Settlement and History of Glengarry in Canada
By J. A. MacDonell
Originally published Wm Foster, Brown & Co., Montreal, 1893
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2010

J. A. MacDonell recognized that much had been written on the subject of United Empire Loyalist settlement in Ontario, the War of 1812-14, and the Rebellion of 1837-8, but expressed concern that there was little mention made of the part that the Highlanders of Glengarry played in those conflicts. He corrects that oversight within the 29 chapters that comprise this formitable text. This book is an fine source of information for those interested in early settlement of the Highlanders in Glengarry and surrounding counties, and the role that they played in the American Revolution, United Empire Loyalist migration and settlement, War of 1812, and the Rebellion of 1837-38.     More information
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BOOK - The Story of Dundas Being A History of The County of Dundas From 1784 to 1904
By J. Smyth Carter.
Originally published by St. Lawrence News, Iroquios, 1905.
This facsimile reprint by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 1999 (CD 2009)

A history extending over one hundred years, and unusually rich in story, legend and details of settlement and development of this vibrant Eastern Ontario county. The Story of Dundas includes a new index by Lyall G. Manson. Also includes many family sketches and 56 pages of photos and illustrations.     More information
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BOOK - Dundas, or A Sketch of Canadian History (pre 1861 - Dundas County, Ontario)
By James Croil
Originally published by B. Dawson & Son, Montreal, 1861
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2006 (CD 2012)

This landmark history has served as a respected resource for many generations of historians and genealogists. The focus of the work is on settlement and development of Dundas County, in Eastern Ontario. However the author sets the stage with an overview of establishment of European populations in North America, becoming far more detailed as he addresses the period from the American Revolution up to 1861 as it relates to the people who chose to make their home in Dundas County.     More information
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BOOK - History of the Counties of Argenteuil, Quebec & Prescott, Ontario
By: Cyrus Thomas
Originally published by John Lovell & Son, Montreal, 1896.
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 1999 (CD 2010)

Cyrus Thomas, educator and author, wrote this comprehensive history of neighboring counties - one in Quebec, and one in Ontario - in 1896. This book remains the foremost published history of the settlement and development of the region up to its publication date in 1896. The historical and family sketches included in History of the Counties of Argenteuil, Quebec & Prescott, Ontario, contain a wealth of names and genealogical information that will be of great interest to those with an interest in the history and families of the region. ISBN 1-894378-06-7 (Hardcover)     More information
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BOOK - Births, Marriages and Deaths from Morrisburg (Ontario) Newspapers, 1874-1877
By Jack Schecter & Robert Whitteker
This publication is a transcription of births, marriages and deaths from surviving Morrisburg newspapers, largely from 1874 to 1877 plus a few transcriptions from 1879. Morrisburg is the largest community in Dundas County, Ontario and is located on the St. Lawrence River in Williamsburg Township, thirty miles from Cornwall. Newspapers in nineteenth century Ontario were characterized by frequent changes of names and ownership including the Morrisburg papers. The Morrisburg Banner, founded in 1859 and published in Prescott, was the first newspaper in Morrisburg but it lasted only a short time. The next newspaper published in the community, was The Dundas Courier, which ran from February 24, 1863 to November 24, 1899. Another Morrisburg newspaper was The Herald and St. Lawrence Reporter. The Courier whose starting date is unknown may have lasted until 1889. Documented evidence of the exact date of the final issue remains elusive. The successor to The Courier was The Morrisburg Leader which is still published today. The transcriptions in this book were recorded from original copies of two of the Morrisburg newspapers - The Dundas Herald and St. Lawrence Reporter and The Courier. These appear to be the only surviving "run" of newspapers from Dundas County before the 1890's period.     More information
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BOOK - The Story of Renfrew, From the Coming of the First Settlers about 1820 to 1928   [2 vols in 1 book]
By W. E. Smallfield and Rev. Robert Campbell (vol. 1); William Smallfield (vol. 2)
First volume originally published by Pinkham Press, Boston, 1914
Second volume incomplete & unpublished at time of writing because of untimely death of author, 1926
This combined edition, with new index, published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2000 (CD 2010)

The Story of Renfrew originated in a series of articles in the 'Renfrew Mercury' newspaper about the early history of Renfrew as well as a number of biographies of early residents which cover the period from discovery up to the beginning of the twentieth century. This book includes the content of the original book plus a section by William Smallfield junior. GHP has added a complete every-name index for easy reference.    More information...
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BOOK - Historical Sketch of the County of Carleton
By H. Beldon and Company, Toronto, 1879
Originally published in a different format by H. Beldon and Company, Toronto, 1879
With New Index and New Table of Contents by Global Heritage Press, 2006
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2006 (CD 2010)

A solid history of Carleton County that contains much information about individuals and families from its earliest settlement until 1879. This new edition has a new nominal index, and a new Table of Contents that will save the reader time when looking for people, families and subjects that appear in the book.      More information
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BOOK - Ottawa Past and Present
By A. H. D. Ross.
Originally published by Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1927
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2007

During the years leading up the first printing of this book in 1927, the author used a combination of rare documents that were held privately by his family, and extensive research at the National Archives in Ottawa to assemble this history of the events that led to a back-woods village becoming what was known at time as The Dominion of Canada. He had much able assistance with his research including help from the Honourable Senator Andrew Haydon and many other household names in Canadian historical research at the begining of the 20th century. If you have an interest in the settlement and early years of Ottawa this book is a must! (Hardcover)    More information
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BOOK - Robert Randall and the LeBreton Flats: An Account of the Early Legal and Political Controversies Respecting the Ownership of a Large Portion of the Present City of Ottawa
By Hamnett R. Hill
Originally published by James Hope & Sons Ltd, Ottawa, 1919
This digital edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2015
This searchable digital book was scanned from an original 1919 printed edition. The content is complete in its original form and has not been adjusted in any way. LeBreton Flats is a neighbourhood in Somerset Ward in central Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It lies to the west of Centretown neighbourhood, and to the north of Centretown West with "Nanny Goat Hill" as the dividing line. The Ottawa River forms the western and northern limit, with the western side being a wider area of the river known as Nepean Bay. Originally a residential area, the most of the Flats are now taken up by the Canadian War Museum and the Lebreton Flats bandshell [2015].     More information
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BOOK - St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Ottawa - Baptism, Marriage and Death Records 1829-1949
By Donald A. McKenzie
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2011
St. Andrew’s is the oldest Protestant church in Ottawa (known earlier as Bytown). The congregation was organized in 1828 and the first minister arrived in the summer of 1829. Since that time, the baptisms, marriages and deaths of many founding families in Bytown / Ottawa have been recorded by the various ministers of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. This book contains transcriptions of those records. Donald A. Mackenzie spent many hundreds of hours at Library and Archives Canada transcribing the records of the original entries from St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church from microfilm. The transcriptions of the baptism, marriage and burial records are recorded in seven volumes, all of which are included in this one book.     More information
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BOOKS - The Carleton County and City of Ottawa Newspapers - Genealogical extractions of birth. marriage and death
Compiled by Craig Burtch
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, various years
Newspaper announcements of vital events are an important tool for family historians. Books in this series include careful transcriptions/extractions from published anouncements of birth, marriage, death and obituaries that appeared in early Carleton County and City of Ottawa newspapers. Mr Burtch recorded his transcriptions using a typewriter. This book is an exact copy of those typewritten pages.
  • The Ottawa Carleton Papers - Vol 26
    66 Pages; ISBN 978-1-897446-61-4
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • Bytown Independent & Farmers Advocate 1836-1839
    • The Bytown Gazette & the Ottawa & Rideau Advertiser, 1836-1842
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  • The Ottawa Carleton Papers - Vol 27
    126 Pages
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • The Ottawa Packet 1846-1851 The Ottawa Citizen 1849-1855
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  • The Ottawa Carleton Papers - Vol 28
    114 Pages; ISBN 978-1-897446-66-9
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • The Ottawa Citizen, March 1855-1864 The Ottawa Citizen, 1850-1851
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  • The Ottawa Carleton Papers - Vol 29
    126 Pages
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • The Ottawa Citizen, 1864-1866
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BOOK - Torbolton Township, Its Earliest History
By Doris Grierson Hope
Originally published by Historical Society of Torbolton Township, Ottawa, 1998
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2011

Doris Hope provides a scholarly, fascinating account of the earliest days of Torbolton township -- with original research, which highlights the educational, economic, religious and social foundations in the early 19th century. Her copious footnotes testify to her persistent reseach ina multitude of sources.     More information
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BOOK - History of The Ottawa Valley, A Collection of Facts and Reminiscences For Over Half A Century [Ontario & Quebec]
By J. M. Gourlay
Originally published 1896
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton 2008 (CD 2010)

History of The Ottawa Valley is a great resource for those with an interest in the settlement and early development of the communities in the Ottawa Valley. The book addesses both the Ontario and Quebec sides of the Ottawa River. Seemingly endless references to specific settlers and early community leaders populate the pages of this respected history. Originally published in 1896     More information
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BOOK - Pioneer Sketches of The District of Bathurst (Lanark, Renfrew & Carleton Counties, Ontario)
By Andrew Haydon
Originally published by The Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1925
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2003, 2010 (CD 2011)

Andrew Haydon discusses the settlement and development of the 'old' Bathurst District. The District of Bathurst included most of Lanark, Renfrew and Carleton Counties in present-day Ontario. From the world events that set the scene for settlement of the 'upper' province, to specific information about individuals who came to call Bathurst District their home, this book is a treasure. Many first hand accounts of those who experienced the hardships and opportunities of settlement in a new land.    More information
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BOOK - History Of The County Of Lennox & Addington
By: Walter S. Herrington.
Originally published by MacMillan Co. of Canada, 1913
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton 2003 (CD 2009)
This is a historical reprint of a comprehensive history of the amalgamated counties of Lennox and Addington, that was originally published in 1913. It includes twenty-one chapters of information that is vital for those with an interest in historical or genealogical research in the County Of Lennox & Addington.     More information
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BOOK - Farmer's and Business Directory for the Counties of Frontenac, Hastings, Lennox, Addington, Prince Edward for 1899
By Union Publishing Company
Originally published by Union Publishing Company, Ingersol, 1899
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2010

This book, the tenth edition of the Farmer's and Business Directory for the Counties of Frontenac, Hastings, Lennox, Addington, Prince Edward for 1899 is the most complete directory that the publisher had produced. The directory also includes two townships from Northumberland County and an additional two townships from Leeds County (see towsnhips list under "More information, below"). Among the contents will be found the name of each farmer and owner or tenant of a lot outside of each city, town or village, with post office, lot and concession, a complete list of towns, with the business people alphabetically arranged; also a separate list of business people, classified with reference to their business. The whole combined making one of the most complete directories ever published.    More information
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BOOK - History of the Settlement of Upper Canada, With Special Reference to The Bay of Quinte [Ontario]
By William Canniff
Originally published by Dudley & Burns, Ontario, 1869
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2008, 2011 (CD 2011)

This book grew from modest beginnings into a comprehensive history. The author originally accepted the responsibility to assemble a paper on the topic of the settlement of the Bay of Quinte Region. The "paper grew into a book which went far beyond the history of the settlement of the Bay of Quinte Region. As the work proceeded, Canniff soon realized that in order to prepare a book about the settlement of the Bay of Quinte Region, one had to discuss many topics that concerned the entire province. The final result was this substantial and highly regarded book, which provides an informed insight into the history of the entire province as it was known in 1869 with a focus on the the Bay of Quinte region.    More information

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BOOK - The Settlement of the United Empire Loyalists on the Upper St. Lawrence and Bay of Quinte In 1784, A Documentary Record
By Brig. General E. A. Cruikshank
Originally published by Ontario Historical Society, Toronto, 1934
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2007

The Settlement of the United Empire Loyalists on the Upper St. Lawrence and Bay of Quinte In 1784, A Documentary Record is a collection of letters and journal entries of the people who were most closely involved with planning and accomplishing Loyalist settlement along the St. Lawrence River and the Bay of Quinte area between May 1783 and November of 1784. Many references to specific settlers and their circumstances are included. ISBN : 978-1-897466-03-4 (Hardcover)    More information
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BOOK - Voyage Of A Different Kind - The Associated Loyalists of Kingston and Adolphustown [Ontario]
By Larry Turner.
Originally published by Mika Publishing, Belleville, 1984
This printing by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 1999

From the City of New York to the shores of Lake Ontario: Following a path of its own choosing, a small but significant group of Loyalist refugees opted for settlement in the western territory of the old Province of Quebec (present day Kingston and Adolphustown, Ontario) after the American Revolutionary War. ISBN 1-894378-08-3 (Hardcover)   More information
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BOOK - The Picturesque St. Lawrence River, Kingston and Cape Vincent to Morristown and Brockville (1895)
By Jno. A. Haddock.
Originally published by Jno. A. Haddock, Watertown, New York, 1895
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2009

Though the book was originally published as a "souvenir" of the area, it serves a higher purpose for contemporary readers. It is more local history than momento. Filled with historical sketches and images of people and places on the Canadian and American sides of the river, The Picturesque St. Lawrence River provides the reader with a view of the connections between the families and communities discussed within its covers. Printed on premium paper for the best possible reproduction of photographs and lithographs. Bound in sturdy hardcover with textured dark-green covering, this book will be treasured by family members for generations.    More information
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BOOK - History of The Ottawa Valley, A Collection of Facts and Reminiscences For Over Half A Century [Ontario & Quebec]
By J. M. Gourlay
Originally published 1896
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton 2008 (CD 2010)

History of The Ottawa Valley is a great resource for those with an interest in the settlement and early development of the communities in the Ottawa Valley. The book addesses both the Ontario and Quebec sides of the Ottawa River. Seemingly endless references to specific settlers and early community leaders populate the pages of this respected history. Originally published in 1896.     More information
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BOOKs - Genealogical Abstracts from the Perth Courier and Bathurst Courier Newspapers 1834-1929
By Louise I. Hope
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2013
Louise Hope compiled the records in this eight volume series to create a comprehensive source for extracts of births, marriages, deaths and other genealogical records that were published in The Perth Courier newspaper. Volumes are organized by date range. They are available individually or as a set. The extraction work began in 1974 and was completed 15 years later. She included comprehensive indexes so that specific records are easy to find. Though these books include detailed extracts, they can also serve as a valuable finding aid to help researchers locate the exact issue where an event was reported when looking for an original entry in physical, microfilmed and digitized copies of The Perth Courier. Available in three formats: Printed books in coilbound format; Books-on-CD in searchable pdf format; and Pdf-via-email (also searchable).      More information including indexes



BOOKS - The Lanark Era - Births, Marriages and Deaths, In Three Volumes
By Peter E. Andersen
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 1998-2003
These three volumes contain transcriptions of births, marriages and deaths taken from original newspapers and microfilm of surviving issues of The Lanark Era from 1895 to 1936. Also includes transcriptions regarding returning WWI soldiers, and many who did not. The Lanark Era did an exceptional job of publishing useful information about early local families and also information about those who left Lanark. When volumes one and two were compiled, there were missing issues. Some years later, copies of the "missing issues" were discovered in a private collection. That enabled the third book in the series -- The Missing Years. The combined 3 volumes contain information on more than 45,000 individuals.     More information including indexes
    Volume One, 1895 to 1911
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    Volume Three, The Missing Issues, to 1930
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BOOK - The Bathurst Courier, Extracts From The Bathurst Courier 1834-1857 [Perth, Ontario]
By Dan Walker
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2003 (CD 2011)
Few records of daily life are as diverse as local newspapers. The Bathurst Courier is a goldmine of information stretching back to the early days of settlement when Ontario was known as Upper Canada. The Bathurst Courier was published in Lanark County's county town of Perth from 1834 to 1857. It later became known as the Perth Courier. ISBN 0-894378-81-4 (Hardcover)     More information including an index
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BOOK - Births, Marriages and Deaths from Morrisburg (Ontario) Newspapers, 1874-1877
By Jack Schecter & Robert Whitteker
This publication is a transcription of births, marriages and deaths from surviving Morrisburg newspapers, largely from 1874 to 1877 plus a few transcriptions from 1879. Morrisburg is the largest community in Dundas County, Ontario and is located on the St. Lawrence River in Williamsburg Township, thirty miles from Cornwall. Newspapers in nineteenth century Ontario were characterized by frequent changes of names and ownership including the Morrisburg papers. The Morrisburg Banner, founded in 1859 and published in Prescott, was the first newspaper in Morrisburg but it lasted only a short time. The next newspaper published in the community, was The Dundas Courier, which ran from February 24, 1863 to November 24, 1899. Another Morrisburg newspaper was The Herald and St. Lawrence Reporter. The Courier whose starting date is unknown may have lasted until 1889. Documented evidence of the exact date of the final issue remains elusive. The successor to The Courier was The Morrisburg Leader which is still published today. The transcriptions in this book were recorded from original copies of two of the Morrisburg newspapers - The Dundas Herald and St. Lawrence Reporter and The Courier. These appear to be the only surviving "run" of newspapers from Dundas County before the 1890's period.     More information
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BOOKS - Eastern Ontario Newspaper Transcriptions - Genealogical extractions of birth. marriage and death by Craig Burtch
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, various years
Newspaper announcements of vital events are an important tool for family historians. Books in this series include careful transcriptions/extractions from published anouncements of birth, marriage, death and obituaries that appeared in early Eastern Ontario newspapers. Mr Burtch recorded his transcriptions using a typewriter -- this book is an exact copy of those typewritten pages.
  • Vol 17 - The Kingston Papers
    ISBN 978-1-897446-76-8, 86 Pages
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • The Kingston Spectator 1834-1849
    • The Kingston Argus 1846
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  • Vol 18 - The Frontenac Papers
    ISBN 978-1-897446-56-0, 124 Pages
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • The Daily British Whig, 1849-1850
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  • Vol 19 - The Frontenac Papers
    ISBN 978-1-897446-57-7, 129 Pages
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • The Daily British Whig, November 1850-1852
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  • Vol 21 - The Lanark Papers
    ISBN 978-1-897446-59-1, 86 Pages
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • The Bathurst Courier 1848-1856
    • The Perth Courier 1856-1858
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  • Vol 22 - The Frontenac Papers
    ISBN 978-1-897446-60-7, 69 Pages
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • The Kingston Chronicle 1819-1826
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  • Vol 24 - The Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Papers
    ISBN 978-1-897446-62-1, 26 Pages
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • The Glengarrian, Vol. 1, Aug 1895 through Jan 1896
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  • Vol 25 - The Leeds and Grenville Papers
    ISBN 978-1-897446-63-8, 92 Pages
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • Brockville Gazette 1828-1832
    • Brockville Recorder 1836-179
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  • Vol 26 - Ottawa District Papers
    ISBN 978-1-897446-61-4, 64 Pages
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • Bytown Independent & Farmers Advocate; The Bytown Gazette; The Ottawa & Rideau Adveriser 1836-1845
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  • Vol 27 - The Ottawa District Papers
    ISBN 978-1-897446-63-8, 92 Pages
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • Ottawa Packet 1846-1851
    • Ottawa Citizen 1849-1855
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  • Vol 28 - The Ottawa District Papers
    ISBN 978-1-897446-66-9, 112 Pages
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • Ottawa Citizen 1855-1864
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  • Vol 29 - The Ottawa District Papers
    ISBN 978-1-897446-67-6, 114 Pages
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • Ottawa Citizen 1864-1866
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  • Vol 39 - The Hastings County Papers
    ISBN 978-1-897446-78-2, 98 Pages
    Includes birth, marriage and death transcriptions from:
    • The Belleville Intelligencer 1866-1867
    • Belleville Daily Intelligencer and Weekly Intelligencer 1867-1868
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BOOK - First We Were Soldiers, The Long March To Perth (Lanark County, Ontario)
By Ron W. Shaw
Published by author, Perth, 2015
Between 1816 and 1819, more than 1,200 discharged British soldiers, from over 80 regiments of infantry, cavalry and artillery, the Royal Navy and miscellaneous support units were compensated for services to the Crown with settlement tickets for ‘waste land’ at the Perth (Ontario) Military Settlement. By 1822, when the Army passed administration of the scheme into civilian hands, these early settlers had been joined by hundreds more. They kept coming into the 1830s: veterans of the American Revolutionary War, the French Revolutionary War, the Napoleonic Wars, the 1798 Irish Rebellion, the American War of 1812-1814 and service in India and Burma. Shaw introduces us to a cross section of Perth’s Soldier-Settlers -- corrupt officers and illiterate Privates, heroes and deserters, wives rescuing wounded husbands from the battlefield, and children born on storm tossed troop ships or in POW camps. In the mix were English, Scots and Irish, as well as Swiss, French, Dutch, Polish, Sicilian and American.
ISBN 978-1-4602-5972-6     More Information
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BOOK - Wolfe Island, A Legacy in Stone
By Barbara Wall La Rocque
Wolfe Island, begins with the emergence of islands at the end of the last ice age and moves through the many centuries of First Nations habitation to the era of French exploration and the fur trading, the arrival of the earliest British settlers and the United Empire Loyalists, up to current time (2009). The development and decline of industry, the evolution of facilities, land title frustrations, and the emergence of a strong sense of identity among the inhabitants are featured, along with a wealth of anecdotes based on colourful and eccentric personalities. Wolfe Island documents the growth of community, the emergence of colourful characters and the legacy of multi-generation families traced back to the island's first settlers. Published Aug 2009.
ISBN 978-1554883981 (Softcover).    More information
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BOOK - Ramsay Reflections 1836-1979 [Ramsay Township, Lanark County, Ontario]
By Susan Campbell, Trisha Stewart and Shelly Timmins with contributions
from Robert Brydges and Hugh Duncan and Major J.F. Leys.
Edited by Professor A.C. Robertson.
Ramsay Reflections 1836-1979 is a local history of Ramsay Township in Lanark County, Ontario. The authors interviewed many older residents (1979) of the township and these stories have been used as the basis for much of the content. According to the Introduction, "Some of the examples were used in the book, with the hope that you the reader will visualize and reflect the romantic and courageous lives that our ancestors portrayed". The book includes several old photos that were not previously published.
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BOOK - Heritage Markers in Grenville County
By Bonnie M. Gaylord
Published by author, Prescott, 2011
Grenville County, Ontario has a rich history. The various historical plaques that have been erected across the county identify the people, places, and events that have shaped this area. This book focuses on the town of Prescott and the Townships of Augusta and Edwardsburgh/Cardinal in Grenville County, and is meant to make people more aware of local history and to give a sense of pride in the accomplishments of local settlers and residents. Heritage Markers in Grenville County will be valued by everyone who has an interest in the history of Grenville County.
ISBN 0-921876-38-6     More information
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BOOK - 1901 Census of Richmond Township, Lennox and Addington County, Ontario.
Transcribed and indexed by Linda Corupe, U.E.
Enumerated by Isaac B. Taylor and John R. Lucas. 75 Pgs. 8.5 x 11, Cerlox bound, ISBN 1-894756-09-6. Listings showing concession, lot number and number of acres held have been incorporated into the personal census for east of reading. Listings span 2 facing pages.
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BOOK - Kingston Court Records, 1861-1868 - Minutes of the Court of Quarter Sessions of the peace. 1861-1864 for the United Counties of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington and 1865-1868 for the County of Frontenac.
Transcribed and indexed by Linda Corupe, U.E.
241 Pages, 8.5 x 11, Appendix, Cerlox bound. ISBN 1-894756-47-9. In addition to the minutes of the Quarter Session Court, this contains various extracts from Kingston newspapers of the day.
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BOOK - Births, Marriages and Deaths from the Napanee Beaver, Vol. 4, 1905-1907.
Transcribed and indexed by Linda Corupe, UE.
321 pgs. 8.5 x 11, Cerlox bound. ISBN 1-894756-41-X. This book consists of six sections, Births, Marriages and deaths, miscellaneous events, endnotes and all inclusive index.
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BOOK - And Your Petitioner Will Every Pray, Papers of the first land board of the Mecklenburg/Midland District 1789- 1794.
Transcribed and indexed by Linda Corupe, U.E.
522 pgs. 8.5 x 11, Cerlox bound. ISBN 1-894756-50-9. Contains; Table of Contents. List of Land Board meetings held at Adolphustown, Appendices A-E, Bibliography and Index.
Cerlox bound......$59.95 (C$)

BOOK - Supercensus of 1861 - Hungerford Township, Hastings County, Ontario.
Transcribed and researched by Linda Corupe, U.E.
245 pgs. 8.5 x 11, Cerlox bound. ISBN 1-894756-33-9. Divided into four sections as follows; Hungerford 1851 Census and added bio material, 1861 Hungerford personal census, Enhanced index to both transcriptions and a listing of the codes used in adding genealogical information to the first section.
Cerlox bound......$36.95 (C$)

BOOK - Supercensus of 1871, Hungerford Township, Hastings County, Ontario
Transcribed and researched by Linda Corupe, U.E.
300 pgs. 8.5 x 11, Cerlox bound, ISBN 1-894756-34-7. Divided into four sections as follows: Hungerford 1871 Census and added bio material. The second section contains transcriptions of deaths of Hungerford residences during the previous 12 months. The third section is an index of both of the above. The fourth section is a listing of the codes used in adding genealogical information to the first section and the sources to which these codes refer.
Cerlox bound......$44.95 (C$)

BOOK - Supercensus of 1871, Sheffield Township, Lennox and Addington County, Ontario
Transcribed and researched by Linda Corupe, U.E.
167 pgs. 8.5 x 11, Cerlox bound. ISBN1-894756-45-2. Divided into four sections as follows: Sheffield 1871 Census and added bio material. The second section contains transcriptions of deaths of Sheffield residence during the previous 12 months. The third section is an index of both of the above. The fourth section is a listing of the codes used in adding genealogical information to the first section and the sources to which these codes refer.
Cerlox bound......$17.95 (C$)

BOOK - Prince Edward County, Ontario, Marriages, Vol. 1, 1869-1880.
Transcribed and indexed by Linda Corupe, U.E.
299 pgs, 8.5 x 11, Cerlox bound. ISBN 1-894756-46-0. Prince Edward County Marriages from the Vital Statistics records at the Ontario Archives for 1869-1880. Main index contains surnames that appear in the records. There is a separate index at the back for these added names. The final section contains additional notes, comments and references for some of the marriages.
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BOOK - Hastings County, Ontario, Marriages, Volume 2, 1876 to 1880.
Transcribed and indexed by Linda Corupe U.E.
370 pgs. 8.5 x 11, Cerlox Bound, ISBN 1-894756-29-0. Hastings County Marriages from the Vital Statistics records at the Ontario Archives for 1876-1880. Main index contains surnames that appear in the records. There is a separate index at the back for these added names. The final section contains additional notes, comments and references for some of the marriages.
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