Tag Archives: One-Place Study

Saint-Raymond, Quebec added to One-Place Study Register

Saint-Raymond near Quebec City is now on the international One-Place Study Register, and the person responsible for the research of this lumber and sawmill town is Sarah Heiney. The goal of Ms. Heiney’s study is to create profiles for all … Continue reading

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More info added to one-place study about Valcartier, Quebec

The latest additions to the one-place study of Valcartier, a military town northeast of Quebec City, include an 1821 map, census returns, and a biography about the Murphy family. Patricia Balkcom is the workhorse behind the one-place study, Genealogies of … Continue reading

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This week’s crème de la crème — January 9, 2016

Some of the bijoux I discovered this week. Blogs Finding an Ancestor in Canada West by Lorine McGinnis Schulze on Olive Tree Genealogy. Understanding Land Records in Ontario- Part 1 by Alan Campbell on the OGS Blog. How to find … Continue reading

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Canada One-Place Study Register website launched

The Canada One-Place Study Register’s website went live yesterday. Although just seven places in Canada have been registered so far, in the last 18 months nearly 1,900 places have been added to the Worldwide Register, of which the Canada Register … Continue reading

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