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Indexes to Ontario census records

Norman Kenneth Crowder

Indexes to Ontario census records

an inventory

by Norman Kenneth Crowder

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Published by Ontario Genealogical Society in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ontario
    • Subjects:
    • Ontario -- Census -- Indexes -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 45-46).

      Statementby Norman Kenneth Crowder.
      ContributionsOntario Genealogical Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHA747.O6 C76 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 48 p. ;
      Number of Pages48
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2090763M
      ISBN 10092003618X
      LC Control Number88134101
      OCLC/WorldCa16179915

      Overview Our new online services provides a convenient and centralized way to search the indexes of land records and court filings within the Ontario County Clerk’s Office. Images are not available at this time. For a copy of a document you may request by mail by sending a self addressed stamped envelope and 65 cents per page, with a minimum charge of $ per document, to: About Ontario and Nova Scotia, Census, This database is an index to various local censuses taken between and in Canada, primarily in the Nova Scotia and Ontario ://

        census indexes, cemetery transcriptions, marriages records (late s to in book form) church records – for some London and Middlesex County churches; also a few from other counties in Ontario. May include births, marriages, deaths, baptisms In these records, we learn that Henry Norman Bethune was born on 3 March to Malcolm N Bethune and Elizabeth Anne (née Goodwin) in Gravenhurst, Middlesex, Ontario. From the image of the original record we learn that his father was a Presbyterian minister by ://

        Historical census records are a key source of genealogical information. The first census to be taken in the area of modern Canada was a census of New France in A number of local and regional censuses were taken at varying intervals until , when there was a census of Canada West (Ontario), Canada East (Quebec), New Brunswick and Nova Get this from a library! Indexes to Ontario census records: an inventory. [Norman Kenneth Crowder; Ontario Genealogical Society.]


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Indexes to Ontario census records: interim update, by Norman Kenneth Crowder. Toronto Public ?R= Census Indexes. A bibliography of available census indexes by township is: Crowder, Norman K. Indexes to Ontario Census Records: Interim Update.

Nepean, Ontario: Crowder, (Family History Library book X23c ; fiche ) All census records for Ontario are listed in the Locality Search of the FamilySearch Catalog under the This index to the Ontario, Canada Census was created by volunteers from the Ontario Genealogical Society from data supplied by Library and Archives Canada.

Ontario, Canada Census Index, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, An index to the Census of Canada with links to and census entries and other records. Census of Independent Doukhobors A book by Jonathan Kalmakoff. Census of Independent Doukhobors provides family historians and genealogists with a guide to Independent Doukhobors living in Western ://   Canada Census Records on the Internet.

Canada Census Records from Library and Archives Canada, ; Canada Census Records at FamilySearch. Ontario & Nova Scotia Census Records at (requires payment) a collection of various early local censuses ; Census of Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia - Index and Images at USERS' NOTE: The page numbers of Census records are not always the same in different copies.

Page numbers in these indexes are based on the holdings of the Ontario County Records and Archives Center. If you encounter census records in which the index pages do not work, you may want to contact us. You may also want to try the family ://   Introduction to Census Records Search Census Records Online You can start your census records search with only: The name of your relative or ancestor, and The state where he or she resided.

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The national censuses which have been released to the public are provided online by several entities, including links to images Canada Census provides more detailed information about the national ://?title=Ontario_Census&mobileaction.

To learn more about Ontario census returns, their content and organization, please see: Genealogy in Ontario: Searching the records by Brenda Dougall Merriman Merri Specific Census Information.

Prior to A census was taken annually by township assessors prior to ; Waterloo County records date from until Marriage Registrations: Bruce & Huron Counties (assorted records covering – ) Goderich: Microfilm: Methodist and Presbyterian Records for Bayfield, Ontario: – Clinton: Microfilm: Registers and Temporal Books for St.

Andrew’s United Church, Bayfield: Clinton: Microfilm Index To the Census of Canada West (Ontario); Compiled by Renie A. Rumpel Index To the Census of Lennox & Addington County; Linda Corupe Index To the Census of Ontario; Index To the Census of Ontario: Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry-Prescott-Russell; Bruce S.

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