This week’s crème de la crème — March 28, 2015

Some of the bijoux I discovered this week.

Finding/Researching Your Canadian World War I Soldier Ancestor on OGS Blog.

Jean Talon, Intendant of New France, 1665–1672 on Library and Archives Canada Blog.

52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks: #12 Charles Tourville (1818-1847) by Diane Tourville on Genealogy on my Mind.

Heritage Designation for Black Cemetery by Lorine McGinnis Schulze on Olive Tree Genealogy.

Souvenir Books by Dianne Nolin on Genealogy: Beyond the BMD.

Monthly Meeting OR Speaker Series? by Elizabeth Lapointe on GenealogyCanada.

10 Ways Your Genealogy Society Might Be Driving Away Visitors by Amy Johnson Crow on No Story Too Small.

Butcher, Baker, Cabinet Maker?: Not all Irishmen were farmers by Jennifer Geraghty-Gorman on ‘On a flesh and bone foundation’: An Irish History.

The Kelly family: Famine refugees who outwitted the Poor Law authorities by John Herson on Divergent Paths.

The Scottish Naming Pattern: Keeping the Families Aligned by Christine Woodcock on The In-Depth Genealogist.

8 Common Types of Vintage Photos to Help You Identify the Past on Crestleaf.

How to Find Cemeteries in Google Earth by Lisa Louise Cooke on Genealogy Gems.

Archaeological survey turns up nothing at downtown Montreal site, CBC, and Aucune fouille archéologique au 900, boul. de Maisonneuve by Philippe Orfali, Le Devoir, Montreal.

Be Irish for more than one day: Support our Irish Monument Park Foundation by Jillian Clark, Montreal Times.

Ont. girl’s never-ending quest to honour war hero by Alexandra Moscato, Ottawa Sun.

Peace County digital database project growing by Alexa Huffman, Grande Prairie (Alberta) Daily Herald-Tribune.

Acadian History-Part 1B: Pre-Deportation-1  by Sandra Goodwin on Maple Stars and Stripes.

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One Response to This week’s crème de la crème — March 28, 2015

  1. Jennifer Geraghty-Gorman says:

    Hello Gail,
    Thanks so much for the mention of ‘Butcher, baker, cabinet maker…’. I apologize for my lateness in expressing gratitude, but I only found the mention this afternoon.

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