Early records of Ontario

extracts from the record of the Court of Quarter Sessions for the district of Mecklenburgh (afterwards the Midland district)
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Courts -- Canada., Civil procedure -- Canada., Criminal courts -- Canada., Ontario -- His
Other titlesQueen"s quarterly.
Statementwith introduction and notes by A. Shortt.
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 13661
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche (8 fr.).
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18923142M
ISBN 100665136617

These records are now part of Land Book C, located on my Rootsweb site. See My Site Map. Dunbar has allowed me to present a short life story of her Great-Great-grandmother, Mrs. Bridget Manion. It will be of some interest to those who enjoy the history of Ontario.

Early London District Marriages. These records are from a variety of sources. Covering the years tothis source book contains official records of the early settlers of Upper Canada, or Ontario--chiefly population returns, provisioning lists, settlers' location lists, and lists of immigrant arrivals/5(3).

Look for the ancestor's land records in these sources: Ontario. Crown Lands Department. Township Papers, ca. 's ([Toronto]: Archives of Ontario, ). On films beginning with FHL film This series includes early records for most southern Ontario townships and some cities.

Registration of marriages began as early as in various districts and in counties formed from those districts. Province-wide registration by civil authorities of births, marriages, and deaths officially began in Ontario on 1 July A substantially complete registration was achieved by Each year, additional records are made.

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The Archives of Ontario holds many different kinds of records, with a few of the most heavily used being listed below. They are the starting point for most genealogical investigations. Such records are generally indexed, and they are usually available on microfilm at the Archives or through Microfilm Interloan.

Early in the history of Ontario County, the School Fund of the State of Connecticut invested in land in Ontario County. One record book exists at RAIMS that includes records of sales of land for the benefit of the School 27 Fund.

There is no other designation or title on the book. Records date betweenpredating the state requirement. The Victoria County, Ontario Canada Centennial History written by Watson Kirkconnell in provides a vivid look into the details of pioneer life in the Victoria County area of Ontario.

The data extracted from that manuscript which contains genealogical value has been presented here. Get this from a library. Early Ontario settlers: a source book.

[Norman Kenneth Crowder] -- A compilation of official documents which list and provide some information about people in the s who settled in Ontario, Canada.

The area was known as the western part of the Montreal district. Also see Ontario Archives From Grant to Patent: A Guide to Early Land Settlement Records, ca to ca [pdf file] or the recommended Research Book Genealogy in Ontario: Searching the records by Brenda Dougall Merriman Free Grants of Crown Land.

Description. Covering the years tothis source book contains official records of the early settlers of Upper Canada, or Ontario–chiefly population returns, provisioning lists, settlers’ location lists, and lists of immigrant arrivals.

The Church Records Collection consists of original and copied records for more than 60 Ontario churches which existed at some time in our history. The records within the collection include sessional minutes, annual reports, deeds and financial records, communion rolls, birth/baptismal records, marriage and burial records.

Some newspaper clippings are also included. Ontario History - Ontario Historical Society, Volumes Full of early Ontario Marriages, Baptisms, Burials by Rev.

John Langhorn, Rev. O'Kill, Stephen Conger, Rev. Robert McDowall, United Empire Loyalist Lists, Niagara Area Church Records, Family and Regional History, Exporation of the Great Lakes. Includes early birth, baptism, death and burial records for all or part of the following contemporary counties: West Riding of York County, Home District and parts of the first riding of Lincoln County and the Haldimand County in the Niagara District.

The Gore District included the present counties of Wentworth, Halton, Brant Waterloo & Wellington, parts of Haldimand and Lincoln counties. Ontario Genealogy Database Index Site Genealogy Records Indexed.

Join the Ontario Genealogy mail list now. Discussion group for genealogy and history of the Province of Ontario postor join the Upper Canada (Ontario) mail list now, discussion group for genealogy and history of Upper Canada prior to Get this from a library. Vital records in Ontario before a guide to early Ontario vital records.

[Fawne Stratford-Devai; Ruth Burkholder]. The first sections aren't indexed, and cover some of the applications made in The petitions are in the form of a book with an index to the names included. On behalf of all researchers looking for early records of the settlers of Ontario, I would like to thank Linda for her generosity in.

Covering the years tothis source book contains official records of the early settlers of Upper Canada, or Ontario--chiefly population returns, provisioning lists, settlers' location lists, and lists of immigrant s: 0.

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Links to other marriages: Lewiston NY library site has Niagara Co. NY marriages Granny's Garden, garden # 1 & garden # 2 (for census records) & garden # 3 (obituaries) marriages in Erin twp., Wellington Co Bill Martin's pages for Early Ontario records; Brant County collection of Vital Stats.

The Simcoe County Archives was the first county archives in Ontario and is the central repository of genealogical and historical materials for all of Simcoe County. For a fee of $ Canadian, the Archives will undertake a two-hour search of the records.

Part I: Historical Books: First Registration Book: where genealogists can find their ancestors Crown Patents etc.

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Part II: Historical Books: Abstract/Parcel Register Book: where genealogists can find all the entries of every transaction on their ancestors land from the date the Crown Patent was issued (all instruments recorded) up to Janu Ontario Marriage Registrations, Ontario Civil Registration from tofrom Ontario Archives, microfilm MSsee the following pages: Part 1.

- Marriages arranged by county from sources other than post civil registrations. Part 2. In this Part I, I decided to start exploring this "Abstract/ Parcel Register Book" by looking for records for my 4th great-grandfather Matthew Moynahan () Matthew is my oldest known Moynahan ancestor in Ontario.

Matthew died on the 3rd of February on the farm that he had built in Essex county, Ontario. Births, Marriages & Deaths were recorded initially by the church through their logs of baptisms, marriage ceremonies and burials. Few of these records survive and those that do can be a challenge to locate as there isn't a central respository for church records.

In when Ontario came under British rule, it was expected that the population would be mostly, if not all, Anglican (Church of. In an attempt to capture some of this lost early information for the district, Dan Walker and Fawne Stratford-Devai, with the help of Marilyn Jackson and Brenda Young have begun to assemble and publish all existing vital records (early birth, baptism, death and burial records as well as similar yet unknown vital records) for the Niagara District.

The Olive Tree also has links and information about very early Palatinate and French records for Canada. Also, at the LAC, visit the Genealogy Research Pages to learn about "France to the Colonies" for which they hold scattered records for the years and to plus the LI-RA-MA (Russian Consular records) Febru Here are some early records from St.

Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Smiths Falls, Ontario. Febru During the Great Famine (Black '47), families were sent from Grosse Isle, Quebec to Montreal and then on to local communities which were either on a canal system or where industrialization was taking place and.

Internet Archive BookReader Early records of Ontario, being extracts from the records of the Court of Quarter Sessions for the District of Mecklenburgh; afterwards the Midland District. With introd. and notes. If you want to destroy your books of account and records earlier than the retention period specified in How long to keep your records, you first must get written permission from the CRA.

To get this permission, you or your authorized representatives can do either of the following: complete Form T, Request for Destruction of Records. Ontario Royal Canadian Mounted Police Contact information for all RCMP detachments in this jurisdiction. Ontario Business Directory Lookup businesses in Ontario Canada.

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