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Great Moments in Genealogy

November 23, 2015 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Burgundy Room, North York Memorial Hall
5120 Yonge Street
North York, ON M2N
Visitors welcome

Members’ five-minute presentations on “great moments” in their genealogy research

Ellen Maki:  Potters’ Wheels and Battlefields

Chris Aylott: Moments of Sidetracking between Brandsby, Wallaroo and Moose Jaw

Dawn Kelly: Louis Hebert: Apothecary, Adventurer, Alpha Ancestor

Patricia Clesle: When and where did my GGGrandfather , Henry Largent Keer of Suffolk die

Douglas Hill: Finding A “Secret” Cousin

Mary Newel: A Woman of Propertease


Ann Rexe:  Using Brick Wall Techniques to Expand the Knowledge of Your Family

B C Holmes:  My Grandfather’s Research Was Too Large For the Shelf

Jane Briant: A Fox Glover in Rhode Island?

Stephen Low: Tracing in Both Directions

Donna Di Lello: If Not For Baseball…


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