An Index of English Immigrants (With A Few Other North American Immigrants)Based On Obituaries and Death Notices in Prince Edward Island Newspapers1835 - 1910, and An Index of English Immigrants Based N Cemetery Transcriptions.
- Lille Southern Cemetery and Minor Cemeteries in Nord-1, France 1939-1945A Narrative of The Grand Festival at Yarmouth on Tuesday The 19th of April 1814, With an Appendix Containing Copies of All The Handbills Which Were Published on The Occasion; a List of The Subscribers and an Account of The Expenditures A Narrative of The Rise and Progress of Emigration From The Counties of Lanark and Renfrew to The New Settlements in Upper Canada, on Government Grant : Comprising The Proceedings of The Glasgow Committee Topographical Dictionary of Scotland, comprising The Several Counties, islands, cities, burgh and Market Towns, parishes and Principal Villages, with Historical and Statistical Descriptions - volume 01Manitoba Genealogical Society Cemetery Transcriptions, Kildonan, Volume II, St. Boniface Oblate Fathers of Mary Immaculate Cemetery, St.
I've Inherited an Attic Full of History : a Guide for Genealogists and Others on Ways to Hand The Past on to The Future, Volume l; Dating, Evaluating and Disposing of The Accumulation of a Lifetime Upper Ottawa Valley Cemeteries, Volume 4, Binder B, Old Pontiac Village Cemetery, Roman Catholic, St. Includes A List of Some Irish Immigrants Based On Tombstone Inscriptions in Prince Edward Island Scottish Immigrants to Prince Edward Island From Death & Obituary Notices In Prince Edward Island Newspapers, 1835 - 1901. Andrews United Upper Ottawa Valley Cemeteries, Volume 3, All Saints Anglican, Christ Lutheran, Laurentian View Cemty.
Includes A Listing of Some Scots Immigrants Based On Transcriptions From Various Cemeteries in Prince Edward Island.
Claiming The Title, Honour, and Dignity of Baroness Nairne in The Peerage of Scotland.
Case of James Innes Ker Baronet, claiming The Titles, Honours, and Dignities of Duke and Earl of Roxburghe, Marquis of Beaumont and Cessfurd, Earl of Kelso, Viscount of Broxmouth, and Lord Ker of Cessfurd and Cavertoun.
The current freezing conditions may halt the march of spring, but conservationists say that causes less of a problem than a late cold snap, as happened in 2013, when more species are likely to be awake from hibernation or already flowering.