If you can't find the link you need, maybe this search engine will help.
The Mormon Church has included the 1881 Canadian Census in their online databases, along with
other online censuses.
Lorine McGinnis Schulze maintains the Canadian BDM Exchange on
The Olive Tree Genealogy along with extensive information on Ontario history,
genealogical resources, primary source docs re the Loyalist era, etc.
Granny Fay Bertrand has a great site for Ontario Researchers at Granny's Genealogy Gardens.
She has a number of Ontario Census listings available, and more are being added all the time. Check her site to see if your area of interest or elusive name is transcribed there.
Randy Saylor's Quinte page at
Randy Saylor: Family & Bay of Quinte Records Of special importance is The Sidney Minute Book 1790 - 1849 and Stock Marks 1796 - 1891, which is a unique resource unavailable in any form anywhere else.
Mary Crandall has a site listing many marriages for Ontario, from all areas and covering
all time periods. Some of the dates and pages are:-
has a great site for free lookups and resources covering the Kingston, Wolfe Island and Howe Island areas of Ontario. Take a long
look to see if something at this site will help your research. A great resource.
Hugh Armstrong has a page of helpful divorce records and census information at his site. It is
well worth a look, especially if a divorce of an early ancestor is a part of your genealogy.
A link that might be of interest to anyone researching early Irish immigration to
Ontario is this one to the Pearson genealogy page.
Pages for Toronto 1851 taken from The Ontario 1851 Directory
are now up and running.
United Church/Victoria University Archives at the University of Toronto.
Ontario Cemetery Finding Aide, a database of over 2 Million interments.
Archives of Ontario Interloan Catalog with listings of films available.
Cindi's List has a long list of Ontario resources available on the internet.
Upper Ottawa Valley Genealogy site with links and resources for Pontiac Co., Quebec and
Renfrew Co., Ontario.
Three sites for the 1871 census, all set up a little differently:
National Archives of Canada site;
- this last one is for "strays". A searchable index and related resources.
Ontario Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations site with information
on ordering vital stats certificates.
Detailed Map for Locating Townships
The map is very large. It takes a while to load. Save it by right clicking
on the image, and then selecting 'save image as...' or words to that effect.
If you just save the page you may not get the image.
Ontario locator site at Rootsweb with maps of counties of Ontario.
Ontario Genweb site with links to a variety of resources.
Wayne Cook's Historical Plaques of Ontario Project. Check for historical
information on the county you're interested in.
McGill University site for accessing historical atlases of various Ontario Counties.
Rainy River District cemetery transciptions for 20 rural cemeteries.
Quinte Branch of the OGS has a great site with lots of helpful links.
The Toronto Public Library Site.
Anyone interested in the84th Regiment of Foot
should check out the site for the regiment. This site "is dedicated to the
dissemination of information about this short lived regiment and the living
history organization which portrays this glorious regiment during the
American Rebellion". It is the work of Kim Stacy, and includes a lot of
genealogical information although he is not interested in genealogy himself.
It is a pay site, although from my trial look at the information there, it is
likely worth it if your ancestor served with them. There is a lot of
information on some of the personnel, nothing on others, but there is a lot
of history of the Regiment. A detailed bibliography is included.
Those of you researching genealogical information from the Ingersoll area
might be interested to know that the staff at Ingersoll Public Library has
created a census database.
This searchable database is an index to the 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891,
1901 census for the town of Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada. The
index is intended to be used in conjunction with the corresponding microfilm
to obtain the complete information.
Town of Ingersoll Census Index. Check it out!
Dave Cooper has his Oxford County Cemeteries HomePage up and running. Eight of
102 cemeteries are complete in Dereham, North and South Norwich
Townships and several volunteers are working on many others.
Lorne Bowerman has created a site for Albury Cemetery Research. This cemetery is in
Ameliasburgh Township of Prince Edward County, an area originally settled by Loyalists. He has
done a lot of work listing the names of those in the cemetery, and continues to work on it.
Saltfleet Township homepage. A great site for anyone researching in Saltfleet Township.
A web version of the
Official Road Map of Ontario from the Ministry of Transportation (Ontario).
Bill Martin, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.
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