This week’s crème de la crème — November 4, 2017

Some of the bijoux I discovered this week.

Crème de la crème of genealogy blogsBlogs
Tracing Your Canadian Military Ancestors by Patricia Greber on My Genealogy Life.

Find Canadian Genealogy Articles by Penny Allen on UK to Canada Genealogy.

Canada Bound – British Home Children – Genealogy Problem Solver by Linda Elliott on Mad About Genealogy.

Canada Northwest Land Company Settlements by Christine Woodcock on Scottish Genealogy Tips and Tidbits.

Find Old Obituaries from Canada by Kenneth R. Marks on The Ancestor Hunt.

Ontario Update by Sherri on CanadaGen Web’s Cemetery Project.

Book Review: The True Story of the Acadians by Bobbi King on Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter.

Library and Archives Canada docks at Pier 21 in Halifax by Leah Rae on Library and Archives Canada Blog.

Irish Historic Towns Atlases available online by John D. Reid on Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections.

How To Use WorldCat For Your Genealogy Research by Lisa Lisson on Are You My Cousin?

5 Great Family History Writing Strategies for Fall & Winter by Laura Hedgecock on Treasure Chest of Memories.

The Genealogist/Home Archivist Tool Box to Records Preservation by Melissa Barker on A Genealogist in the Archives.

AncestryDNA updates – six million customers, a new DNA Story layout and changes to the consent process by Debbie Kennett on Cruwys news.

National Archives Citizen Archivist Program: Calling all Genealogy Volunteers! by Melissa Barker on Genealogy Gems.

French-Canadian Notary Records with Michael Leclerc, hosted by Sandra Goodwin.

Marking our respect: Campbell River Genealogy Society marks graves of fallen soldiers and No Stone Left Alone passes respect down through the generations by Mike Davies, Campbell River (British Columbia) Mirror.

Historic burial ground in Smiths Falls yields creepy stories, continued call for recognition by local historian by Evelyn Harford, Inside Ottawa Valley, Ontario.

For more gems like these throughout the week, join the Genealogy à la carte Facebook group. When you submit your request to join, you will be asked to answer two questions about your family history research.

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