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Oct
21
Sat
11:30 am A Land Grant in Upper Canada: Na...
A Land Grant in Upper Canada: Na...
Oct 21 @ 11:30 am – 2:00 pm
ANNUAL MEETING AND LUNCHEON OF THE CANADIAN SOCIETY OF MAYFLOWER DESCENDANTS Early settlers could obtain their land free of cost, but it wasn’t free of paperwork and waiting patiently for the official wheels to turn.[...]
Oct
28
Sat
10:00 am Oakville Family History Fair
Oakville Family History Fair
Oct 28 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
OAKVILLE’S FIRST ANNUAL FAMILY HISTORY FAIR 10:00am to 4:00pm At 2:30pm, I will speak on: City and Rural Directories for Family History Research. Directories are a major source for family historians, particularly in North America.[...]
May
17
Thu
7:00 pm The Search for Alban Leaf
The Search for Alban Leaf
May 17 @ 7:00 pm
The Search for Alban Leaf @ Uxbridge Public Library | Uxbridge | Ontario | Canada
MEETING OF UXBRIDGE GENEALOGY GROUP This presentation demonstrates the use of many English record types—in a period well before census and civil registration. The search for the subject of this case history, Londoner Alban Leaf[...]
Sep
25
Tue
7:00 pm Life on the Farm
Life on the Farm
Sep 25 @ 7:00 pm
Life on the Farm @ Wellington County Museum and Archives | Fergus | Ontario | Canada
LIFE ON THE FARM: YOUR ANCESTOR’S PLACE IN ONTARIO AGRICULTURE Meeting of Wellington County Branch OGS We often think of farming as a traditional occupation—something that hasn’t really changed much. But that is not and[...]
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Basic Genealogy and Family History

When:
October 7, 2015 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
2015-10-07T14:00:00-04:00
2015-10-07T16:00:00-04:00
Where:
North York Central Library, Room 1
5120 Yonge Street
North York, ON M2N
Canada
Cost:
$160 ($140 for OGS members)
Contact:
Toronto Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society

This 8-week evening course is on Wednesdays from October 7 to November 25.

The course is designed for those just beginning to research or looking to upgrade basic research skills. The course will cover terminology, types of sources, the use of on-line resources, libraries and archives, including LDS Family History Centres, and record-keeping – to help you “think like a genealogist”. Techniques discussed will apply to a wide variety of geographic areas, providing you with a good base for further courses.

Course Instructor: Jane E. MacNamara

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