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Preserving. Educating. Promoting. Monthly newsletter, e-TRAILS, to the Family History Community. Greetings members and friends of Essex Branch, Welcome to Ontario Ancestors Essex Branch and to spending 2022 with us. Essex Branch Newsletter We have transitioned to a monthly newsletter, e-TRAILS, and this is our first […]
Preserving. Educating. Promoting.Monthly email to the Family History Community. Greetings members and friends of Essex Branch, November has traditionally beenour membership drive month with Early Bird Draws and the ever-popular Grow Our Family campaign. Both are back again this year and will run from November […]
1-YB Project 080611. The enclosed MS excel worksheet dated June 11, 2018 lists the High School yearbooks scanned (number = scanned) – approx 190. The yearbooks listed with a H or WPL indicates the books are scheduled to be scanned (360 books). A red colour indicates that we […]
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David W. Allison (1985), contributed information on William Allison (N. Ireland – d1878, Rochester TWSP, Essex Co.). William (brother to Hug, b.1797) moved from Killeter Co. Tyrone, N. Ireland to Etobicoke TWSP, York Co. about 1847, then moved to Lot 7, Con 9, Mersea TWSP around 1857. William […]
In 1984, the EssexOGS collected information (EssexOGS holdings at Windsor Public Library, and on-line: Member’s Only section of the EssexOGS: www.ogs.on.ca/essex) from families that had traced their roots to early settlers such as John Bailey (c1801) of Mayfield, Sussex, England, buried in Rosehill cemetery 1886 in Amherstburg, Ontario. […]
Beginning with our April 13th monthly meeting, the Essex Branch Speaker Presentation will be live-streamed via YouTube. The link is posted here on our website on the Meetings page and in our Facebook group so those who wish to ‘attend’ from home can do so. As are all […]
View the presentation from our Monday, September 8th meeting commemorating 35 years of the group’s history.