This week’s crème de la crème — November 10, 2018

Some of the bijoux I discovered this week.

Canadian First World War Resources – A Recap by Ken McKinlay on Family Tree Knots.

Military Ancestors: The weekly newspaper “Canada” by Candice McDonald on Finding Your Canadian Story.

How to Find Your World War I Ancestor by Amy Johnson Crow on Amy Johnson Crow.

Pick a Soldier, Plant a Tree – the genealogical memorial by Maurice Gleeson and Michelle Leonard on Commemorating the Missing.

Teach me how: Using Open Collections for Genealogy Research by Kelly Stathis on UBC Library.

Scottish High Court Records ONLINE by Christine Woodcock on The In-Depth Genealogist.

More maps than you can shake a stick at by John Grenham on Irish Roots.

FamilySearch Makes it Easier to Access Unlinked Digitized Records by Colleen Greene on Colleen Greene.

Thinking About My Filles du Roi Ancestors by Dorothy Nixon on Genealogy Ensemble.

Archives of Ontario Customer Feedback by John D. Reid on Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections.

To save our family archives, we must give them away on An American Genealogy.

How Accurate Is an Ancestry Quick and Dirty Tree? by Randy Seaver on Genea-Musings.

13 Secrets to Getting Replies from DNA Cousin Matches by Kerry Scott on Legacy Tree Genealogists.

Follow the “X” by Don Taylor on Don Taylor Genealogy.

Artifact testing on its way by Judy G. Russell on The Legal Genealogist.

8 books to help you reflect on and remember your family’s military history by Vancouver Public Library, Vancouver is Awesome, Vancouver, British Columbia.

New brew, students honour those who fought in the often-forgotten Battle of Hill 70 by Roy MacGregor, Globe and Mail, Toronto, Ontario.

Owners of old homes get First World War history lesson in mail by Jennifer Bieman, London (Ontario) Free Press.

Camp 26 chronicles life at Orillia’s Basic Training Camp, BarrieToday, Barrie, Ontario.

Finding closure for a lost airman: Where is family of Reginald Bertram Smith? by Mark McNeil, Hamilton (Ontario) Spectator.

Found WWII letters from Canadian hero reveal beautiful love story by Christine Estima, United Church Observer, Toronto, Ontario.

Annapolis Valley man the last Canadian to die in First World War by Brian Hayes, Chronicle Herald, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Dedication ceremony for Dundas County Archives by Todd Hambleton, Cornwall (Ontario) Standard-Freeholder.

Long-lost 325-year-old Quebec City fortifications found by archeologists in near perfect condition by Julia Page, CBC, Quebec City, Quebec.

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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