OGS Ireland Special Interest Group Ireland Map

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The following is the handout from Ruth Blair’s workshop at Conference 2017; Ruth Blair kindly gave us permission to post this information for our use on June 24, 2017.

Please click here Ruth Blair Handout

Cornwall Emigrant Hospital Admission and Discharge Book
The Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry Historical Society have given us a link to their “Cornwall Emigrant Hospital Admission and Discharge Book” which lists fifty-two out of 234 Irish emigrants who died in Cornwall Ontario’s typhoid quarantine sheds between June 14th and October 18, 1847.

Search the list here “Cornwall Emigrant Hospital Admission and Discharge Book” and if you find your ancestor’s name then email the Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry Historical Society, at sdg_historicalsociety@bellnet.ca, for more details

Antrim Research
Susan Brown (suzmcbrown1903@gmail.com) does a lot of research in County Antrim and is willing to help others with their research in Antrim – here is a list of her most useful websites!
Antrim Research Items: 1630 Muster Rolls, 1669 Tax Roll, 1740 Protestants North Antrim Census, 1803 Census

Marian Aelick, from the Sudbury Branch of OGS, has inscriptions and photos of headstones from various cemeteries in many Ireland Counties. She has graciously compiled a list of these. Her email address is at the top of the list and you may contact her for more information.

Dr. William Roulston of the Ulster Historical Foundation in Belfast, has kindly given us permission to put a copy of his handout from the British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa Fall Conference held September 10-12, 2010 on our website!

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