2024 Webinar line-up

Branch monthly meetings and webinars continue to be held virtually on the first Wednesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. and all are welcome. Please pre-register on the zoom link on the website or on our Facebook page. Meetings are recorded and made available in the Member’s corner of our website. Note that the meetings in yellow will be held at the Huron County Museum in-person and will also be virtual on-line. We would love to see you. Thanks for […]

Our Library is open!

Our Library – located in the Log Cabin at the Huron County Museum (110 North St, Goderich)is now open by appointment. Please contact our Librarian at [email protected]  to book an appointment. We will do our best to find a volunteer to open when you would like to be there. We will be open (no appt needed) on the Saturday of Labour Day weekend – Sat, Sept 3rd 1:30 – 4 pm. Come in a see our collection!

Welcome to our summer student!

The focus of work for our student will be scanning Isabelle Campbell’s notebooks and the remaining family histories! Lots to index with all the scanning that is going on – if you can help – please email [email protected]

Thank you

Thank you to those who have donated family stories about Dutch immigration. We have added 8 of those stories to our Member’s Corner

75 new files of records added!

We are thrilled to have 75 new files added to our website – the majority of those are located in the Member’s Corner section and include church records, funeral records, church histories and some other local records. Have fun researching!

2022 Webinars

Date Presentation Feb 2 Mariner’s Remembrance – Colleen Maguire Mar 2 Early military history in Canada and Huron involvement – Glenn Wright Sun Mar 20 Dutch Genealogy – John Boeren April 6 Making Use of All Your Census – Ken McKinlay May 4 St Joseph’s – The Cantin family and the French settlement – Marc & Pauline Cantin June 1  Indigenous Peoples, Primary Sources, and Huron County – Michelle Hamilton July 6   Admiral Bayfield – David Yates Aug Huron […]