The Genealogy & Family History Social Network
For people studying Catholic genealogy or Catholic church records
Latest Activity: Sep 27
Started by Craig Manson. Last reply by James P. LaLone Sep 4, 2011.
Started by Craig Manson. Last reply by James P. LaLone Nov 16, 2009.
Started by Craig Manson. Last reply by Tina Micheal Ruse Jul 14, 2009.
Interesting article - http://www.islandregister.com/consanguinity.html
I have to go to work have a nice day James...Albert%20Einstein.jpg
I joined the group to confirm my native american blood line ,, and last night I found everything I needed to complete the pedigree chart thanks,,
So Dusty, why did you join this group? Who/what are you researching?
These groups on the internet are getting me down. Tons of people join then do nothing, just sit there expecting a miracle of someone posting their genealogy even though they don't post names or anything. Genealogy is about sharing, comparing, interviewing, researching, analyzing, reading, studying and writing.
How you doing James p I am a new member and I live in san juan capistrano
Did I miss out on something, did everyone die? While you all may be interested in Catholic research, none of you appear to be Christian (nor a good genealogist) and share. Anyway of possible interest - http://md2ky.com/?p=43
Of possible interest - http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/11222a.htm
Of possible interest - http://nycnuts.net/genealogy/church/detroit_rc/index.html
FAMILY TREE MAGAZINE (Mar/Apr 2012 issue) has an article on researching Catholic ancestors.
The LDS (FamilySearch.org) has released the Ontario Catholic Parish Records on their website. See:
for the list of counties covered. You can access these records by clicking on the county, then the town or city, and then the parish.
If the link above does not work, go to www.familysearch.org, under browse by location, choose Canada, choose, Ontario, Roman Catholic Church Records 1760-1923, and then, browse by location, which leads you to the list of counties.
The records released are images from the microfilms that have been available for rent or are on permanent loan at the LDS/FamilySearch centers.
Although these records are not indexed, the image quality is often better than those found in the Drouin collection from Ancestry.com.
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