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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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!
Yearly Archives: 2022
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@example.com
Thank you to those who have donated family stories about Dutch immigration. We have added 8 of those stories to our Member’s Corner
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!
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 […]
We needed to reschedule the webinar to Sunday, March 20th at 2 pm EDT. All those who have already registered – the link they were sent will work for March 20th. Our apologies for any inconvenience.