Saturday, October 14, 2023, at 10:30 am
How to Research Ancestors in Ontario and Quebec
with Kathryn Lake-Hogan
Zoom webinar - Registration required
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Learn the basics of Ontario and Quebec research. This webinar will cover birth, marriage, and death records, census records, immigration records, and important archives to help you research your ancestors in Canada.
Kathryn Lake Hogan is a professional genealogist who educates people on how to find their ancestors in Canada. She is the founder and owner of the Canadian-based genealogy business, Looking4Ancestors. A native of Ontario, Canada, Kathryn has deep roots in Canada through four ancestral Loyalist lines and ancestry in New England, England, and Wales.
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Charles E. Duryea posing in 1895 Duryea phaeton
View of Charles E. Duryea posing in an 1895 Duryea phaeton automobile, in front of the residence of J. Frank Duryea in Springfield, Massachusetts. Typed on back: "Charles E. Duryea in the Duryea motor wagon which was driven by J. Frank Duryea to win America's first automobile race, Chicago, 1895. Race was held on Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 1895." Subject: Duryea automobiles. Collection: MS3/Charles E. Duryea Collection. Date: c.1894-1895. Source: Estate of Charles E. & M. Jerry Duryea. I.D.: Duryea phaeton. Citation on back of photo: Charles E. Duryea in the Duryea motor wagon which was driven by Frank Duryea (his brother) to win America's first automobile race, Chicago, 1895. Race was held on Thanksgiving Day, 28 November 1895."
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