19 October 2008

KDGS News

Hello Everyone
Research night this Monday starts at 7 pm – 9 pm. Doors at Hawthorne Park lock at 8 pm.

Ad from the Ontario government:

Has Adoption Touched Your Life?
visit < http://www.mcss.gov.on.ca/adoptioninfo >
If you were involved in an adoption in Ontario you need to know about animportant change to your information and privacy rights.

Effective June 1 2008, Ontario adoption records will be opened. This means adopted adults and birth parents will be given access to identifying information from birth records and adoption orders.

If the adoption order was made before September 1 2008, adopted adults and birth parents can file a disclosure veto to prevent the release of the information.

If you want your identifying information to be kept private, you should file a disclosure veto before June 1, 2009.

No contact notices are also available.

To learn more, visit www.ontario.ca/adoptioninfo or call 1-800-461-2156

Have a great day / evening. Marlene

17 October 2008

KDGS News

Hello Everyone
Research Night this Monday, October 20 at our KDGS Library in Hawthorn Park. This month the topic is Beginners Research.

20th Great Okanagan Book Sale
October 16th , 17th and 18th 2008
Immaculate Conception Parish Hall
839 Sutherland Ave
Sale Hours
Thursday 16th October 9:30am – 9pm
Friday 17th October 9:30am – 9pm
Saturday 18th October 9am – 3pm

Derbyshire News
http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~spire/Yesterday/index.htm
For those with British ancestry the Yesterdays site (link above) has thousands of names of persons who appear on official documents
as found in Derbyshire a central County of England.
A lot of those persons were either born or lived outside the County but for one reason or another were in Derbyshire and have their names recorded on varying documents.

A section on Law and Order lists all types of misdemeanors, whilst the Rogues and Vagabonds were whipped on their way to all parts of Britain. Settlement Certificates and Examinations along with Removal Order may help locate where a person came from. Alternatively. if you have "lost" someone they may help you find where they went.

Have a great day / evening. Marlene

10 October 2008

KDGS News

Hello Everyone
3 bits of news for you - if the link does not work please copy and paste the address into your brower address area. 
1 ) PEI News - PEIancestry.com is an exciting evolution in archival access made possible by the preservation of original hard copy historical documents at MacNaught History Centre and Archives a part of Wyatt Heritage Properties located in the City of Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
2 ) The Friends of Fintry Society is holding a Fintry Fireside Thanksgiving Tour.  If you’ve never been to Fintry, toured the Manor House or heard the fascinating tale of James Cameron DUN-WATERS, you are missing out!  The Fireside Thanksgiving Tour will be a great opportunity to visit this site and help preserve and maintain the Fintry property.
Fintry Fireside Thanksgiving Tours
Saturday, Oct 11, 12:00 - 4:00
The Manor House.
This is an open-house-style of touring. 
You can stroll through the house and listen to the history and stories as told by Fintry volunteers.
Mulled apple cider and homemade pumpkin loaf will be served! 
The fireplace will be burning brightly in the trophy room to add ambience to the occasion. 
Cost is $7 for adults.
This will be the last chance to tour the Manor House this year as we will close for the season at 4:00 pm.  Hope to see you and your friends and relatives at the Manor House!  You can help spread the word for us by telling your neighbours about this event!
3 ) For those with British ancestry the Yesterdays site ( link
below) has thousands of names of persons who appear on official documents as found in Derbyshire a central County of England.  A lot of those persons were either born or lived outside the County but for one reason or another were in Derbyshire and have their names recorded on varying documents.

A section on Law and Order lists all types of misdemeanours, whilst the Rogues and Vagabonds were whipped on their way to all parts of Britain.  Settlement Certificates and Examinations along with Removal Order may help locate where a person came from. Alternatively. if you have "lost" someone they may help you find where they went.

There are many other types of records listed, including Bastardy and Apprenticeships.

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~spire/Yesterday/index.htm
Have a great day and enjoy the sun. Marlene