Ontario, Canada, Genealogy Research

Genealogy at a Glance: Ontario, Canada, Genealogy Research

By Lorine McGinnis Schulze Ontario, Canada’s most populous province, was a wilderness until 1782, when thousands of Loyalists from the United States—fleeing the colonies after the American Revolution—settled along the shores of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. They were soon joined by Swiss Mennonites from Pennsylvania, and in the 19th century by emigrants[…]Read more

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Companions of Champlain: Founding Families of Quebec, 1608-1635

Founding Families of Quebec, by Denise Larson

Denise R. Larson’s popular book, Companions of Champlain: Founding Families of Quebec, 1608-1635, is a skillful blend of genealogy and history. The narrative first half of the book describes the governmental, mercantile, and navigational background to Champlain’s arrival at Tadoussac in June 1608. Most of the balance of the book traces the descendancies of Champlain’s crew[…]Read more

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Genealogy Book Reviews

Recent Reviews of Our Publications

New Pocket Guide to Irish Genealogy, by Brian Mitchell “This 122-page text, larger than an ordinary “pocket size,” is detailed, easy-to-read, and well written. The instructional materials, case studies, timelines, and other enhancements are well done and easy to follow. Brian Mitchell does not disappoint with this latest work. His text should be in arm’s[…]Read more

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