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Olive Tree Genealogy Blog Update on Digitization of WW1 CEF

Olive Tree Genealogy Blog Update on Digitization of WW1 CEF

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Update on Digitization of WW1 CEF Personnel Files

October Update WW1 CEF Files Digitization

February 1, 2015

LAC to Digitize WW1 Files by 2015

Olive Tree Genealogy Blog: Bert's WW1 Letter to Ada, January 1, ...

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March Update WW1 Service Files Canadian Soldiers

... 307,588 of 640,000 files are available online via our Soldiers of the First World War: 1914–1918 database. Please visit the Digitization of the Canadian ...

Nursing Sister Philips WW1 Photo Album: 74R Sister Quarters Netheravon

July 3, 2016

Shark Bites? Tornadoes? Drugs and Diseases? What We Really Do (and Don

A Fascinating Look at the Digitization of Canadian WW1 CEF Files

ww1 39R French Cemetery Le Treport

WW1 Photo Album: Page 15 Canadian Soldiers in the CEF

Nursing Sister WW1 Photo Album: 27V Nurses & Staff

The album and all photographs, postcards, and other ephemera contained in the album belong to Karin Armstrong and may not be copied or republished without ...

ww1 35R blighty

3 New Canadian Databases on Ancestry

Nursing Sister WW1 Photo Album: 14R landsccaping

You'd Think No WW1 Widows are still Alive, but They Are!

ww1 69V 2-2Cpt Evans C.A.V.C.

DNA Results Showing Ethnic Origins

Diary of Herbert Kearse, WW1 soldier War Graves Register

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Olive Tree Genealogy Blog: Updated Canadian WW1 Soldier Files Online

Military Naturalization Records - Finding a Soldier Ancestor

Continuing with the Flynn family photo album that I rescued from a nearby antique store:

Nursing Sister WW1 Photo Album: 31V Captain Croll

WW1 Photo Album Archive p. 16

... Update WW1 CEF Files Digitization. Olive Tree Genealogy Blog

The album and all photographs, postcards, and other ephemera contained in the album belong to Karin Armstrong and may not be copied or republished without ...

Olive Tree Genealogy is honoured and pleased to be listed on Genealogy in Time's list for 2016 of Genealogy Websites Worth Knowing

The album and all photographs, postcards, and other ephemera contained in the album belong to Karin Armstrong and may not be copied or republished without ...

Case #11: A Canadian WW1 Soldier's Dog Tags Need to Go Home!

WW 1 Soldier's Letters Found in Attic of Home

Ships Passenger List for De Eendracht 1624 Amsterdam to New Netherland

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Annette P. has generously donated several ephemera items to Olive Tree Genealogy for publication. This postcard is to Mrs. Leora Aultman in Rhode Island.

Fancy dress dance.

Please see Part 1 , Part 2 and Part 3 for the start of this process of how I rescue, archive, and publish on Lost Faces antique photo albums I save from ...

List of Prisoners in York (Toronto) Jail 1814

Mick B. wrote to Olive Tree Genealogy with this request to help return a WW2 dog tag to its owner or descendants:

This postcard is to Neil Richter and Connie Schulz in Spruce Pine, North Carolina. It is from Kathy O'Neil in Utah. She signs "Kathy and Byron" and the card ...

My goals for 2017 were easy to formulate. I planned to focus even more on my writing. I was 3/4 of the way through a first draft of Janie Riley's second ...

Olive Tree Genealogy Blog: Update on Digitization of WW1 CEF Personnel Files

Letter from Private W. Coldron

Ready for a sea trip? Join the Unlock The Past Cruise 2017 Papua New Guinea

A Relationship Calculator Helps with DNA Matches

Many of my readers will have heard of the Cloudflare breach but may not be aware of how many sites use this DNS.

The Frustration Over Online Family Trees Gone Bad

Got Canadian Ancestors? Check out Canadian Military Records Online

Recently I rescued 28 vintage orphaned postcards from antique shops. They range in date from 1900 to 1918. 27 are from United States and 1 is from Ontario ...

Olive Tree Genealogy Blog: Nursing Sister Philips WW1 Photo Album L 7

Who Was Buried in the Grave and Where Did the Body Go?

Olive Tree Genealogy Blog: It's Here! The Peer Family in N. America V

Olive Tree Genealogy Blog - Creating Memory Books

Toast to the King

CEF Attestation Paper Leslie George Currell 24 year old CEF soldier Leslie George Currell wrote to his sister Gertrude just before Chri.

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100 Years of McGill University Yearbooks Online

Nursing Sister Phillips WW1 Album 8 L

Tribute Page: WW1 Paybook Canadian Soldier

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Can We Send Leroy Tillery's US WWII Dog Tag Home?

With thanks to Annette P., Olive Tree Genealogy is pleased to share this page from a bible belonging to the Lockwood family.

Easter Postcard Buffalo New York 1912

Michel, who lives in France, wrote to Olive Tree Genealogy about a soldier's dog tag he found at Eecke . It is near the France-Belgium.

WW1 Photo Album Archive: 4th Page

There are many names in the letter: Mrs. Sprague, Miss Curry/Carry Breckinbridge, Miss Kraft, Miss McClure.

Skin Ward

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Original Historic Newspapers Make Great Gifts!

Organization Project Part 3 - Digitizing Family Slides

Nursing Sister Philips WW1 Photo Album P4R Cripps Postcard & Obit

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Library and Archives Canada posts 76,330 digitized WW1 service files online with 5,000 more to be. Canada PostFamily TreesGenealogyAncestryFamily ...

Easter Postcards New York Early 1900s

Mary Facey Elgie Photo Album p 16

Annette P. has generously donated several ephemera items to Olive Tree Genealogy for publication. This postcard is to Mrs. Leora Aultman in Rhode Island.

Night Staff

Nursing Sister Philips WW1 Photo Album 16R Tea Party

Creating a Memory Book in Shutterfly (Tutorial 3)

Problems With 1921 Census Indexing & How To Work Around Them

Finding an Ancestor in the Challenging Upper Canada Land Books

Easter Bunny's Family Tree

Needle and Thread Race. Sports 1st July

The Problem of Family Not Wanting Your Genealogy Research

... consists of a small autograph album (6.5" by 5.25") kept by Constance (Connie) Philips as a memento of her time serving as a nurse during World War One.

October 15, 2016

New Year's Genealogy Resolutions for 2017

If You Have Irish Catholic Ancestors Today's Your Lucky Day

Olive Tree Genealogy Blog: Update Case #23 US Army WW2 Leroy Tillery

Olive Tree Genealogy Blog: Creating a Family History Story Book

WW1 Vernon Internment Camp Graves Being Restored

It's another year, another opportunity to create some kind of organization out of our genealogy files and notes. Yes, I said "our" because I'm pretty sure ...