Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Introducing Penny Allen

This is an 'interview' on an article 'Where Are the Canadian 
Genealogists Hiding?' that Lorine McGinnis Schulze published on her blog.

I have many interests in genealogy, but most of the time I delve into emigration, land ownership and early settlers to Canada. Because of my work, I enjoy learning about maritime history, British - Royal Navy, Merchant Navy, Canadian - RCN, WRENs and anything similar. The prairies of Western Canada are also near and dear to my research. I am particularly interested in the First World War - especially the CEF Canadian Expeditionary Force and have found that Canadian War diaries are held at the National Archives UK. I have yet to pursue my Scandinavian roots and am keen to start uncovering that branch of the tree.

Here's a reference to lookups I will do for your research.

Lorine also interviewed a few other Canadian Genealogists listed below. Perhaps you would be surprised to discover a genealogist in your neighbourhood!

Fred Blair (War of 1812 Canadian Stories); Ruth Blair (The Passionate Genealogist);
Elise Cole (Librarians Helping Canadian Genealogists Climb Family Trees); Gail Dever (Genealogy à la Carte); Yvonne Demoskoff (Yvonne's Genealogy Blog); Allison Hare; Katherine Lake Hogan (Looking4Ancestors); Janet Iles (Janet the Researcher); Ken McKinlay (Family Tree Knots); 
Brenda Dougall Merriman; Janice Nickerson (Upper Canada Genealogy); Dave Obee; John D. Reid (Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections); M. Diane Rogers (Canada Genealogy, or, 'Jane's Your Aunt'); 
Lorine McGinnis Schulze (Olive Tree Genealogy website and blog); Diane Lynn Tibert (Roots to the Past); Christine Woodcock (Scottish Genealogy Tips & Tricks); Glenn Wright


9 Resources for Researching Your Canadian Ancestors
Guest Blog 13 March 2017
Ancestry Blog UK

The Society of Genealogists Library
Relatively Speaking (May 2016, Volume 44, Number 2) Pgs 87-89(Relatively Speaking is published by the Alberta Genealogy Society)

From the Other Side of the Desk
Chinook (Winter, January 2015, Volume 35, Number 2) Page 10
(The Chinook is published by the Alberta Family History Society)

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