Thursday, March 26, 2009

Tweedsmuir Histories - a good source of genealogy information.

I have written about the value of Tweedsmuir histories in the past.

This Saturday, March 28, 2009 at 1:30 pm at the L.D.S.Family History Centre 490 2nd Ave SE Owen Sound, Ontario Ruth Anne Robinson and Doris Hollands will speak about "The Significance of Tweedsmuirs in Genealogy" during the meeting of the Bruce Grey Branch OGS. I am interested in hearing their experiences about using Tweedsmuir histories for genealogical research. Hope to see you there.

For my past articles, click on Tweedsmuir Histories on the right hand column under Labels.

For more information about the Bruce Grey Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society check their website

1 comment:

  1. Ruth Anne Robinson and Doris Hollands told about the wealth of information in the histories and the scrapbooks. Both of these women have been/are curators of Tweedsmuir history books.

    If you can't find the Tweedsmuir histories in a repository - Archives or library, they may still be in a home of the curator.


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