Saturday, June 1, 2013

Oshawa Family Names

Image: Old Municipal Office, Oshawa, Ontario. Source: OurOntario.ca
Old Municipal Office, Oshawa, Ontario
Source: OurOntario.ca  Public Domain: Copyright expired
As I research the families of the Village of Oshawa - I will link here to their timelines:

Annis, Arkland, Bartlett, Clark, Clifford, Conant, Conlin, Crowell, Dearborn, Demaray, Doolittle, Dyer, Farewell, Ferguson, Gibbs, Giekie, Gilbert, Gliddon, Gorham, Grey, Guy, Haight, Hall, Harden, Henry, Hinkson, Hinton, Holliday, Johnson, Kerr, Lee, Lick, Luke, McGill, McGillivray, McGregor, Ormiston, Ratcliff, Ritson, Ross, Stocks, Stone, Sykes, Wilson

Oshawa Family Names
Links to all the mentions of each family name

Annis
Arkland
Bartlett
Bennett
Bryant
Chubb
Clark
Clifford
Conant
Conlin
Coryell
Cowdey
Crowell
Dearborn
Demaray
Dingle

Diplock
Doolittle
Dyer
English
Farewell
Ferguson
Ford
Gibbs
Giekie
Gilbert
Gliddon
Gorham
Grey
Guy
Haight
Hall

Harden
Henry
Hinkson
Hinton
Holliday
Ives
Johnson
Kerr
Lee
Lick
Luke
Lynde
Marks
McGill
McGillivray
McGregor

McLaughlin
Millard
Ormiston
Pedlar
Pickell
Ratcliff
Ritson
Robson
Ross
Short
Skae
Stocks
Stone
Sykes
Warren
Wilson


SEARCH: Birth Records | Marriage Records | Obituary Records | Death Records | Cemetery Records

TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: The Surnames Handbook: A Guide to Family Name Research in the 21st Century, by Debbie Kennett
The Surnames Handbook: A Guide to Family Name Research in the 21st Century (US)
by Debbie Kennett (Author), Derek A. Palgrave (Foreword)
-- Every surname has its own story to tell, and a surname study is a natural complement to family history research. The study of surnames has been revolutionized in the last decade with the increasing availability of online resources, and it is now easier than ever before to explore the history, evolution, distribution and meaning of your family name.

The Surnames Handbook provides a comprehensive guide to researching your surname using genealogical methods in conjunction with the latest advances in DNA testing and surname mapping. The book explores the key resources that are used to study a surname and is packed with links to relevant websites giving you everything you need to research your surname in one compact volume.
Find it on: Amazon.com | Amazon.ca | Amazon.co.uk


Catherine McDiarmid-Watt, author of OshawaJournal.com~*~ by Catherine McDiarmid-Watt, author of OshawaJournal.com, researching her 1850's house, the history of old homes, the genealogy of the founding families in Oshawa - as well as citylife and farm life in the 1800's, with old news clippings, well-researched articles, and "then and now" photos with the help of her "history dogs", Denny and Dexter.

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