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This database only includes references from the collections described in The records section directly below. For information about where to search for other records, please see Other resources. Family events such as births, baptisms, marriages, deaths and burials are key elements of genealogy and family history research.

These events are recorded in church records and in other official documents.

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Library and Archives Canada holds a small collection of such documents, some of which are indexed by name. This is a register of baptisms and marriages performed by Rev. John Bethune, Miller searched newspaper obituaries, census returns, church records and other local sources. He created a for each individual with information and sources he found concerning that person.

In some cases, he also included copies of correspondence, certificates, announcements, newspaper clippings, etc. The entries in this database are not from those individual s, but from the printed finding aid FAwhich contains the surnames found in the collection. The s provided in the database can be used to locate the actual s that include the full names and available details. The s are arranged alphabetically.

Note that the archival s provided in the database are not the same as image s. Part of the Kipling Collection consists of about 4, index cards prepared by Clarence Kipling from the following three parish registers of the Red River area of Manitoba :.

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All of the details on those cards was entered into this database see digitized cards on microfilm H The actual parish registers are not held by Library and Archives Canada. The St. Kipling also compiled over genealogical studies of the origins and descendants of Red River settlers, original fur traders, and servants of the Hudson's Bay Company and North West Company, covering the years from about to The records are not available online.

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You can visit Library and Archives Canada to view the documents on site or order copies. On the order form, include the archival reference as follows: MGG62, volume 1, name, s. Note that the cards referred to in Finding Aid are the ones that were entered in this database as explained above. This series contains about applications received by the Issuer of s of the Yukon Territory from to Each application contains the names and ages of both parties as well as the date and place.

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Finding Aid is the printed list of names that was used to create this database index. Although the original records are held at the Yukon Archives, Library and Archives Canada has a copy on microfilm M That reel is not available online. You can visit Library and Archives Canada to view that self-serve reel on site or you can order copies.

On the order form, include the archival reference as follows: RGB-4, volume 76, names,microfilm M The Yukon Archives also holds some collections of church records. Arthur Gravelle and his son Father Joseph E. Gravelle collected genealogical information from a variety of sources, including parish registers and information from family members. The notes they made were typed onto cards part of Finding Aid and the details on those cards were input into this database.

The information relates to some families living in the following parts of eastern Ontario and western Quebec:.

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Sources were not indicated on the cards, so to continue your research, we recommend that you visit our Genealogy and Family History s to learn where and how to access different types of records. Note that a few of the cards included newspaper clippings, such as obituaries.

That information was not entered in the database. Also, for some surnames, it appears that some of the cards were missed during the inputting process. If you want to consult the actual cards yourself, you can visit Library and Archives Canada. The cards are available in a cabinet in the Genealogy room on the third floor.

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Alternatively, you can hire a local researcher to consult the cards and any other relevant sources on your behalf. See Hiring a Freelance Researcher. This database contains approximately 36, references to family events from the sources listed above in the section that describes The records. The database entries are in the original language of those records. Some of the documents are difficult to read, therefore some information may be incorrect or incomplete.

Keep in mind, however, that not all those details are found in every entry, so we recommend you keep your search as simple as possible. Try using just the basic search screen first. Names are spelled as they appear on the documents. You can limit your search by selecting a collection. When you have entered your search terms, slick on 'Submit'.

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The of hits found will be shown at the top of the search screen. Your search will be posted as a summary list from which you will be able to obtain an item description. Click on the underlined Item of a record to access the Itemwhich contains additional information specific to that record.

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To suggest a correction, click on the Suggest a Correction link to access an electronic form. To return to the Searchclick on the Back button of your browser in the upper left corner of your screen. Library and Archives Canada can provide copies of the Yukon applications for marriage s. See the instructions under The records.

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For the other collections, there is no further information available or the records can be accessed online or the records are held elsewhere. Each database entry indicates the fonds collection. To learn more about the fonds of interest to you, please consult the relevant section under The records. The records The database Search screen How to interpret the How to obtain copies Other resources.