A Better Place - Death and Burial in Nineteenth-Century Ontario
Categories (Order Online)
Books, CDs and DVDs
Endowment Fund Donations
Featured Products ...
All Products ...
Categories (PDF Form)
Ontario Vital Statistics
Genealogy in Ontario: Searching the Records, Fourth Edition
Brenda Dougall Merriman
"The language and content of this excellent work are as straightforward as its title. No publication other than her previous revised edition has come close to documenting the resources of this province and their applicability to the genealogist."
- Brian Hutchison, CG, in
National Genealogical Society Quarterly
, vol. 85, no. 3, September 1997
"Her…chapter on Ontario background is essential reading…. This book is well written, eminently authoritative and has exactly the information we need on sources to conduct our research."
- Pat Wohler, C.G.(C)
The Renfrew Weekender
, July 11, 2008
This valuable volume has been rewritten for the twenty-first century, with new references and websites.
Reviewers and users have found that
Genealogy in Ontario
is required reading for family historians from every background. The beginners’ section has been revised and expanded for research basics and Internet use. Merriman gives details of source material in archives and libraries, in municipal and federal collections, in religious institutions and military fonds. She explains where to find the records, the context for their creation and how to use the finding aids. Also included are discussions of the diversity of land records, court documentation, educational sources, native and ethnic interests, occupations and immigration through the years, among other subjects.
2008 332p appendices and index
Add to Cart:
Manufactured by: OGS Publication
Shipping & Returns
Conditions of Use
© Copyright 2010-2011 Ontario Genealogical Society. All Rights Reserved.