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ONTARIO Province
Map of Ontario


Abandoned or Pioneer Cemetery Photos - Field Of Stones
Acadian - 1701 Census
Algoma County - 1891 Census Allan Township
Algoma District - a GenWeb site
Anglican Church - Huron Diocese
Archives of Ontario - Start Your Research
Bay of Quinte - GenWeb Project. Hastings, Lennox & Addington and Prince Edward Counties.
Bruce County - Directory (1867 Excerpts)
Bruce County - Carrick Township Archives
Bruce County - Genealogical Society
Bruce County - Museum and Culture Centre
Canada Marriages - 1841-1917
Canadian Methodist Historical Society - Organized 1899;  Reorganized 1975
Carleton County - The book, Montague - A Social History Of An Irish Ontario Township, 1783-1980
Carleton County - Parish & Civil Records; Cemetery Records; Census Records; Taxation Records
Carleton County - Lanark > Montague > St Francis de Sales Cemetery
Cochrane District GenWeb - Cochrane District was established in 1921 from Nipissing District, Timiskaming District, and Thunder Bay District.
Durham County - Return of Persons actually residing in the Township of Hope (1799)
Durham County - Durham County GenWeb page
Early Ontario Records - 1800-1850 (miscellaneous)
Elgin County - 1842 Census, Malahide Township, Elgin County, Ontario
Enniskillen Twp, Lambton Co. - Ontario, Canada 1901 Census
Elgin County - Malahide Township, 1842 Census Index
Essex County - 1851-52 Census, Colchester Township
Essex County - 1881 Census, Anderdon Township Division 1
Essex County - 1891 Census, Gosfield South (Gosfield North Township Census)
Essex County - 1891 Census, Leamington Village part 1
Essex County Ontario GenWeb / Canada GenWeb
Essex County - Birth Records 1880, 1883, and 1886
Essex County - Harrow Early Immigrant Research Society, (HEIRS).
Essex and Kent County - Cemetery Transcripts and Census Records
Federal Census of Ontario - 1871 index
Frontenac County
Frontenac County - 1901 Garden Island (Village), Frontenac County
Frontenac County - 1901 Census Howe Island Township
Frontenac County - an OntarioGenWeb
Gateway to Northwestern Ontario History
Grey County - a GenWeb Project site
Grey County - Gazetteer and Directory 1865-6
Grey County - Normanby Township Archives
Halton County - 1861 Census Nassagawega Township District 1
Halton County - Historical and Newspaper Records
Hamilton Public Library - Land Papers
Hastings County - 1851 Census, Sidney Twp.
Heraldry Society of Canada - Toronto Branch
Huron County - 1842 Assessment rolls.
Huron County - 1851 Census McKillop Township.
Huron County - 1871 Census McKillop Township.
Huron County - Historic Plaques
Huron County - Howick Township Archives
Huron County - Huron was the French name given to the tribe of Indians living in the upper end of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. The tribe called themselves Ouendats, and the area they occupied Ounedake.
Immigration to Ontario Canada - Multiple records from Olive Tree Genealogy.
Index to 1871 Census of Onatario
Kent County - OntarioGenWeb Project:  Kent County is located near the South-Western tip of Ontario, between London and Windsor. It was created in 1792 and from 1792 to 1849 was part of the Western District.
Lambton County - Canada/Ontario GenWeb project
Lambton County - Marriages
Lanark County
Lanark County - 1842 Census (Bathurst Township) Head of Household only
Lanark County - 129 Cemeteries (free lookups)
Lanark County - Genealogical Society
Leeds and Addington County - South Fredicksburgh Heritage Committee
Leeds and Grenville Gen Web site
Lincoln County - 1842 Census (Thorvald Township)
Manitoulin District - Welcome to Manitoulin GenWeb! Manitoulin Island is located in North Eastern Ontario on a body of water originally called Spirit Lake by the Ojibwe Indians; Lake of the Attigouatan by the Huron Indians; Sweetwater Sea by Samuel de Champlain; Lake Manitoulin by chartmaker William Fitzwilliam Owen and finally by Lieutenant Henry Bayfield Georgian Bay after the King of Great Britain, George IV.
Manitoulin Island - These pages are dedicated to genealogy on Manitoulin Island, Ontario. The information provided in the pages have been donated and submitted by individuals and newspapers dedicated to helping us find our roots.
Middlesex County - 1851 Census (Adelaide Township)
Muskoka Area Genealogy and History Bulletin Board
Middlesex County - 1851 Census (Caradoc Township)
Newmarket - about the town and municipal office addresses
Nipissing Branch (OGS) - Ontario Genealogical Society
Nipissing District - GenWeb site: Established about 1858
Norfolk County - 1851 Census, Simcoe Township
Northumberland County - 1861 Census, Alnwick Township, Northumberland County Census, District 1
Ontario - 1871 Census Index
Ontario - Birth Registrations 1869-1908
Ontario - Canada Bulletin Board
Ontario - Obituaries (Jan's Research & Obituary Collection)
Ontario County - 1869-70 Directory for the County
Ontario Genealogical Society - Provincial Index
Ontario Genealogical Society - Branches in the counties
Ontario Genealogical Society - York Region Branch
Ontario Genealogy Records Online - York Region Branch
Ontario GenWeb Site
Ontario Canada Imigration - Critical early records
Ontario Links to counties and districts
Ontario Locator - Places, Townships, Maps
Ontario Locator Site - Townships, Districts, etc..
Ontario Marriages - 1800- 1924, by county (other than post 1869 Civil Registration)
Ontario Marriages - 1800- 1924, more than 3,000 listed from all counties and many surnames covered. Records prior to 1869 are from Parish records.
Ontario Newspapers Notices

Oxford County:
1851 Census - Town of Ingersoll:  search/browse (I)
1871 Census - Town of Ingersoll:  search/browse (I)
1881 Census - Town of Ingersoll:  search/browse (I)
1901 Census - Town of Ingersoll:  search/browse (I)
Oxford County - Genealogical Records Database
Oxford County GenWeb - Web pages for Genealogy and History
         research in the County of Oxford, Ontario, Canada.

Parry Sound District - Genealogical Resources

Peel County:
Peel County - 1873-4 Directory
Peel County - Alton Cemetery with digitized headstones
Peel County - (established about 1851) is immediately west of Metropolitan Toronto (York County) Ontario, Canada. The cities of Mississagua and Brampton are in Peel County
Peel County - an OntarioGenWeb site

Perth County:
Perth County - 1871 Census (Wallace Township)
Perth County - Perth County Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society

Peterborough GenWeb Site
Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma District of the Ontario Genealogical Society
Simcoe County - 1837 Census (Barrie)
Simcoe County Web Site - 1891 Census (Innisfil Township)
Simcoe County Web Site - Welcome to Simcoe County
Sudbury and Nipissing District - 1891 Census Index
Temiskaming County - Temiskaming Genealogy Group
Thunder Bay District area - Funeral and Obituary announcements
Toronto Family Genealog Forum
Toronto Public Library
Toronto, York Co. - Resources for Genealogical Research
Upper Canada Genealogy
Victoria County - The Maybee Society
Vintage Postcards of Hamilton, Ontario - 1500 postcards show buildings & Sreets almost 100 Years ago.
Waterloo County
Waterloo County - 1840 Census, Wilmot Township
Waterloo County - Waterloo County is in Southwestern Ontario. It is surrounded by the counties of Brant, Oxford, Perth, Wellington, and Wentworth.
Waterloo Regional Library
Waterloo-Wellington - Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society
Wellington County - 1901 Census, Erin Township
Wellington County - Clifford:  Past and Present
Wellington County - Erin Township, Census, Vital records, etc..
Whitby-Oshawa - Branch of the Ontario Genenealogical Society
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