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Upper Ottawa Valley Genealogical Group (Author of Cimetiere St. Pierre =)

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Ottawa Valley English

Upper Ottawa Valley Genealogical Group

Who were they? Our Wends are descended from an ancient Slavic tribe that wandered. They f in ally settled in an area now known as the Spreewald located. Wanderlust struck the Wends aga in , when in the middle s, recruiters arrived promis in g. At the same time, Wends. The first Wendish.

I had been looking forward to visiting this archive having been a member of the online list for many years. There sign that is out in the back when open! They are housed in the basement of the Masonic Lodge which a big building that dominates the corner. You have to go into the parking lot and look at the back of the building to see the double doors to enter. I went down some stairs and through some doors into this hallway and then I turned right into a large room with tables and was greeted by my cousin Diane Burnett, Librarian. It was not to long before we were talking away and chatting about research. She is the one who encouraged me to dig further into a John McDonell in Sheen.

Claim this charity. The group operates a large research library,sponsors speakers and conducts seminars on family research, provides assostance to family history researchers primarily in the Upper Ottawa Valley Renfrew County in Ontario and Pontiac County in Quebec. No phone on record. No contact person on record. Charitable Organization. Business Number: RR

Early Families in the Twp of Whitewater Region, (Cobden, Ross & Westmeath Twps) and Our Ancestors

Looking for information on the Tennant settlement. They moved to Manitoba. -

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4 thoughts on “Upper Ottawa Valley Genealogical Group (Author of Cimetiere St. Pierre =)

  1. These web pages are designed to act as a clearinghouse for genealogical and historical information related to Renfrew Co.

  2. UOVGG - Latest News!! The next UOVGG meeting will be on September 19th, at the UOVGG Library. The guest speaker will be Bruce Pappin and his topic.

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