Category Archives: Genealogical Research Tips

An Overview: Dundas, Stormont and the city of Cornwall, Ontario

When the sign for Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry appeared, I knew I was at the first part of the united counties and that was Dundas.  I was heading east so next would be Stormont and then Glengarry, then Quebec.  The sign on … Continue reading

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Brockville: A quick Visit!

Brockville is a town along the St. Lawrence that is quite charming.  The 1000 Island Parkway ends a little to the west of Brockville and if you aren’t careful you will end up on the major highway 401. I took … Continue reading

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Arriving in Kingston, Ontario

It was about 6 pm when I rolled into Kingston on Thursday, May 31, 2012.  I was there to attend the Ontario Genealogical Society Conference:  Borders and Bridge 1812-2012.  It was being held at the St. Lawrence College campus. I … Continue reading

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Ottawa: The Ottawa Public Library, Main Branch

One advantage of the majority of libraries is that you can access the records, books and films easily.  There are usually no restrictions except that certain books and items stay in the library so you do have to visit.  The Ottawa … Continue reading

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