"Hi Barbara. One thing that I have learned so far is that to always track where you have researched even if it's not correct information. In this situation and in my own experience it was common for immigrants from other countries to change the…"
I wish you luck in your search. Without really knowing what you have tried, what I can say is that you should always work with what you know and then work from there. Have you looked at census records? Census records are not filled with…"
"Thank you Jenny! Interesting connections. I would love to hear your family story around Ireland. So much to learn and I have only been focusing on Northern as I understand the family name Breen has larger settlements in the…"
"Thank you Al. Yes the focus would be Ontario but ofcourse I will be excited to look at other provinces as well but currently I have not had an opportunity to focus there yet...lol Lots to learn!
Yes will keep your email. Certainly…"
Hi Everyone, If you are doing any research for a Canadian Soldier for WW1 the best place to start is Library and Archives Canada.You will be able to use a database index to search your ancestors name, and if you are so lucky to know their military number you will be able to now access their military death index and in some cases their entire file. Let me know if…See More
"Hi Everyone! My name is CJ Scott from Ontario, Canada. I am the family historian that nobody understands and proud of it! My ancestors are from England, Scotland and Ireland with a larger focus on Ireland. After 20 years of…"
"I have been researching the Breen family for about 5 years. My Breen ancestors are from Northern Ireland, County Tyrone, Omagh. The only person that migrated from the Breen family to Canada was my Nana at the age of 18 in 1927. I…"
I am researching Barker, Breen, Armstrong, MacDonald, Stapley, Reynolds, and Pratt
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Canada, Ireland, Scotland, England
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
In my teenage years after my first grandparent passed away I acquired some items from the estate which were old letters from the trenches of WW1 and a silver cross. All from my Great Uncle that served. From that moment on I was hooked and the adventure began.
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