We are the Toronto Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society, a
not-for-profit organization of family historians with almost 800 members
in Toronto and worldwide.
24 June 2013, 7:30 p.m
Burgundy Room, North York Memorial Hall
My Interesting Ancestor
Another wonderful evening of members sharing their stories . The following members have volunteered to give a 5 minute talk about an Interesting Ancestor in their family research :
« Pop » Spencer, the Kidnapped Taxi Driver
Rachel Revie – I Thought I Knew You
No Business Like Show Business
In Search of my Elusive Great Grandmother
Amanda and her Dogs - not always "Man's Best Friend"
Robert Manners, Pioneer of Middlesbrough
The Names of My Interesting Ancestors
The Travels of George Blanchflower, Wesleyan Methodist and His Family
Great-great-grandfather Walton... death by accident?
More about John Eagle
Grand-mère – in Prison Again??
For names of speakers and details on this and future
Call for Presentations for upcoming workshops:
THE 2013 TORONTO HISTORY LECTURE
The third annual Toronto History Lecture will be held on August 7, 2013, at the City of Toronto Archives. We are seeking proposals for an interesting, innovative and well-presented lecture on any aspect of Toronto's history.
Click here for details about the lecture and on submiiting proposals.
TRACING FORWARD - Searching for Relatives in Recent Times
A workshop for researchers interested in expanding their family trees to find living relatives. Saturday, October 26, 2013
Details will come later..
Summer Camp June 16 to 21, 2013
Read more about the program, resources available, accommodation, and how to apply for Genealogy Summer Camp, click here.