Category Archives: Kingston

Ontario Wanderings: Kingston Frontenac Library

The following morning, I gathered my things and loaded up the car. It was a short walk over to the Kingston Frontenac Library on Johnson Street.  It was just north of the Diocese offices. Their genealogy room is to the right at … Continue reading

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Ontario Wanderings: Revisiting Kingston in Ontario

After I left St. Catharines, I headed west to Hamilton and visited that city briefly stopping at the Hamilton Cemetery.  The first part of this trip was emphasizing my mother’s side of the family and her Boardman, Brown and Ward … Continue reading

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Kingston and the Cataraqui Cemetery – A Special Visit

Before I left Kingston, I had to make a visit and pay my respects.  Since I don’t know what McDonald family I am related in Ontario, I do have to make sure I acknowledge all McD’s in all is various spellings. … Continue reading

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Kingston: Anglican Archive, Visit with a Friend & the OGS

Friday June 1, 2012 was going to be a very busy day.  My first appointment was with the Anglican Diocese office in downtown Kingston.  This was regarding my Brown family research.  The Browns were Church of England and I was … Continue reading

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