This week’s crème de la crème — June 25, 2016

Some of the bijoux I discovered this week.

Crème de la crème of genealogy blogsBlogs
From Carlow and Wexford to Canada, 1817 and 1818 by Joe Buggy on Townland of Origin.

Immigrants proceeding to Upper Canada via New York 1817-1819 by Lorine McGinnis Schulze on Olive Tree Genealogy.

My favorite and most used US genealogy research links by Christine Blythe, Empty Nest Genealogy.

Dr. Guy Berthiaume two years on and LAC Transcription Project: The Coltman Report by John D. Reid on Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections.

Fishing or Real Genealogy Research? by Dr. Terrence M. Punch on Genealogy and Family History.

The Long Road to The Bay Downtown – Part One by Laura Wiens on The Official Blog of Heritage Winnipeg.

Quebec City Fire – 1881 and The Irish Settlement of St. Columban by Linda Sullivan-Simpson on The Past Whispers.

Young Genealogists and Your Society by Melanie Frick on NextGen Genealogy Network.

Arrested at Age 8 -Anne Reddy’s Story by Patricia Greber on My Genealogy Life.

25 Family History Questions You’ll Really Want to Ask by Esther on MyHeritage Bog.

British Home Children: What are they? by Shelbey Hernandez, OurWindsor (Ontario).

Why Beaumont-Hamel is so close to our hearts by Patricia Treble, Mcleans’s Magazine (Toronto).

Family gets huge surprise at Battle of Seven Oaks anniversary by Aidan Geary, Winnipeg Free Press.

Grays and Blues add a splash of colour to Lost Villages by Kathleen Hay, Seaway News (Cornwall, Ontario).

Why are 6,000 Irish buried under a Montreal traffic island? by Michael Collins, Irish Times (Dublin).

WW1 Royal Navy database launches online by Jon Bauckman on Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine (Britain).

Textile history museum will not reopen by Melissa Hanson, Lowell (Massachusetts) Sun.

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