Posts Tagged ‘Canada’
The Ontario Vital Statistics Project is a extracted collection of Ontario Marriages from 1800 through 1927. Part 1 is arranged by county using sources other than post-1869 civil registrations . Part 2 uses Ontario Civil Registration from 1869 to 1927, and is taken from the Ontario Archives, microfilm MS 932.
Many Italian marriages took place during this time and are included in the pages. Once again, the site exists due to the help of the wonderful volunteers and is also free to use.
I want to share this interesting site today that allows you to search several Canadian Census records from 1851 – 1911. It also has some other great records such as links to the Soldiers of the First World War , births, marriage and deaths. Transcription, proof reading, and linking is done by volunteers and no registration or payment is required to view the index.
As much as I do enjoy using Ancestry, It’s great to always have options. And as most of my favourite sites, it’s free. Have a look and see what you think..