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Library and Archives Canada releases latest podcast episode, “Digging Into the Past: Family History in Canada”

Library and Archives Canada (LAC) is releasing its latest podcast episode, “Digging Into the Past: Family History in Canada”.

In this episode, genealogy consultants Sara Chatfield and Richard Lelièvre from Library and Archives Canada join us to discuss genealogy research. 64 more words

Genealogy & Family History

New Books in the Genealogy Services Collection at 395 Wellington – March 2015

Here is a list of our recently acquired genealogy publications. You can consult them in the Genealogy and Family History Room located on the 3rd floor at 395  Wellington Street. 190 more words

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Anna A. Arnold (1916-2005): On her own terms

Anna A. Arnold (a.k.a., Ann) was the eldest child of Peter Ernest and Magdalena (Wehner) Arnold. Anna was born December 14, 1916,1 most likely in the sod hut that was the family’s first home following Peter and Magdalena’s marriage in November 1915. 733 more words

52 Ancestors In 52 Weeks

52 Ancestors #7: Anna Arnold Focht

Posted for the blog meme 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks hosted by Amy Johnson Crowe of No Story Too Small.

Anna Arnold[1] was born in Hungary on January 15, 1891 to Johan and and Anna (Oberding) Arnold. 969 more words

52 Ancestors In 52 Weeks

52 Ancestors #6: Mike Hensel

Posted for the blog meme 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks hosted by Amy Johnson Crowe of No Story Too Small.

Mike Hensel1 was born in Hungary on January 22, 1878. 554 more words

52 Ancestors In 52 Weeks

52 Ancestors #5: Ernest Biel

Posted for the blog meme 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks hosted by Amy Johnson Crowe of No Story Too Small.

Ernst (Ernest) Biel1 was born in Hungary on May 2, 1875.2 He departed Bremen, Germany, on August 19, 1897, aboard the S.S. 818 more words

52 Ancestors In 52 Weeks