Results May 16 eWeekly Survey
Last week our survey asked our readers about their use of social media. This week our survey asks about ancestors who may have lived in an institution for a time.
Findmypast Discount for Society Members
Findmypast has just announced a discount program for members of genealogy societies – 20% off either of their 12 month subscription programs (compare at https://www.findmypast.com/subscribe): Essential British & Irish Subscription, regularly US$129, or Ultimate British…
Genealogy Vendors Need YOUR Support (5)
As the Covid-19 emergency continues, the vendors who support all of us need our help now more than ever. Those who exhibit and sell products to help us pursue our passion depend in large measure…
Countdown to Ontario Ancestors Virtual Conference
#OAConf2020 Ontario Ancestors first Virtual Conference includes 1 hour presentations in the week leading up to the weekend. The presentations, by LAC, MyHeritage, Ancestry and Family Tree Maker serve as an introduction to a great…
Sudbury District Branch Webinar on May 20th
Join Ontario Ancestors’ Sudbury Branch May 20 Live presentation with Kirsty Gray of Family Wise Limited. The presentation is free and open to all. Pre-registration required
TONI Explodes to Over TWELVE MILLION Entries!
Ontario Ancestors has added the Ontario Birth, Marriage and Death indexes and lots of other new materials to The Ontario Name Index. Read all about TONI here.
Results May 9 eWeekly Survey
Last week our survey asked: “What types of maps do you find useful in your research?” See the results here. This week we ask our readers about their use of social media.
Ontario Ancestors 2020 “Virtual” Conference
Ontario Ancestors is pleased to announce details of its 2020 “Virtual” Conference, a week long on-line event of speakers and presentations, presented with the assistance of our Corporate Presenting Sponsor, Ancestry. Details available at https://virtual2020.ogs.on.ca/conference-schedule/
Results May 2 eWeekly Survey
See the results of our latest eWeekly survey. Participate in our current survey: What maps do you use in your research?