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6633Re: [Genealogy Research Club] Looking to go back further than My grandfather

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  • Linda Lou Flewin
    Feb 3, 2003
      Hi Forrest, thank you for all your help, I will certainly try those,wish me luck!!!
      Linda Lou
      "Forrest G. Plumstead" <fplum@...> wrote:Sorry to hear that. Here are two other suggestions.

      Family Search page from LDS has the 1881 Canadian Census:

      This is a transcription and is searchable by Surname.

      The Canadian archives has the 1901 census:

      The Canadian archives also has a surname Head of Household Census from
      1871 which is searchable by surname at:

      Hint: use the wild cards I just found my g-g grandfather under

      I would also like to recommend two GEDCOM sharing websites

      www.mytrees.com Which is a membership site, but you can earn membership
      by submitting your GEDCOM and/or transcribing simple records.


      I hope this is enough to get you started if you come up empty on these
      let me know and I will see what other resources I have at hand although
      with www.ancestry.com and www.genealogy.com I think I have pulled my best
      tricks out of the bag already.

      Happy hunting!

      ><>Forrest Plumstead<><
      "I don't believe I'll ever see,
      A finished genealogy!"
      (Except the Bible.)

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