Ontario Ancestors’ mandate includes preservation of Ontario’s genealogical heritage. This includes preservation of websites sites containing Ontario genealogy resources. The list below identifies the principal sites that we have assisted to date. To learn more about this program please click on the following link: Preserve your Website
|Ontario Chapter Association of Professional Genealogists|
The Ontario Chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists (OCAPG) was formed in 1998 to offer a networking forum for members of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG) in the province of Ontario, Canada.
|A Living Past|
Features local historical and genealogical resources for the town of Port Hope, Ontario and Hope Township. Developed by Peter & Barbara Bolton, Ontario Ancestors is proud to provide free hosting services to ensure the long-term security of this valuable resource under the continued administration of Peter and Barbara.
|CanadaGenWeb's Cemetery Project|
Established in 1996 as a free central repository for Canadian genealogy. Over the past two decades hundreds of volunteers have contributed their time and expertise to build this 100% volunteer project.
Canada’s largest headstone photo and transcription site. CanadianHeadstones.com is a Canadian federal not-for-profit corporation and a Canadian registered charity.
This genealogical database is dedicated to the memory of those brave pioneers who came to and settled on Manitoulin Island. Many thanks to those who have assisted in the past and continue to assist in the present. This database continues to be a work in progress.
a gedcom site hosting family trees containing 8 family trees and more than 62,000 individuals;
|Norcross Family History|
Phillip Gross’ family history site, providing genealogies of the Gross, Norcross, Fleming and Drake families
|Brick Street Cemetery|
Originally associated with the neighbouring Brick Street Church (Methodist Episcopal), is one of the oldest cemeteries in London, Ontario. It began as the burial ground for some of Westminster Township’s earliest pioneers who arrived in 1810, with interments dating from 1813. In 1994, the cemetery was designated a provincial heritage site. Stewardship and restoration of the cemetery, as well as genealogical research on associated families has been undertaken by the Friends of Brick Street Cemetery
|The S.S. Nerissa|
This website provides the story of the only troopship to lose Canadian troops en route to England during World War 2. Torpedoed by U-552, the S.S. Nerissa lies about 100 miles northwest of the coast of Donegal, Ireland. All but 84 of the ship’s complement of 290 passengers and crew were lost in the sinking. Read news, official and eyewitness reports of the sinking, as well as the full passenger and crew list.
|Nursing Sister Isobel Connor|
The documentary and photographic story of one woman’s journey through the horrors of World War One