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From: "Martin Lacoste" <>
Subject: Re: Research in Pembroke, Ontario
Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2006 00:47:54 -0400
Do you have a Family History Centre near you? If so, it would likely have
the death registration. As for the parish record... was Thomas Gorman
catholic? If so, I'm assuming the parish registers are probably available
someplace... - if not, the parish register could be more difficult to locate,
unlike those from Quebec. Do you know what religion he was if not
If you don't have a local FHC, another option would be Ancestry.ca - Ontario
death registrations are now searchable and available, but it's a pay site - at
$14.95 a month, it might not be worth it for one record. I subscribed for two
months, and found loads of information I hadn't been able to find previously.
As for newspaper death notices... - you could order the Pembroke
newspapers via Interlibrary Loan.
Hospital register - don't know about that one.
Hope this helps!
On 29 Apr 2006 at 20:18, Sylvain Desforges wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I didn't perform a lot of research in Ontario and I still I need to
> know what is the best approach before I start.
> Like I told in a prior message, I found that the brother of my
> ggrandmother, Thomas Gorman, died at the hospital of Pembroke, in
> Renfrew county on january 25th, 1889.
> Is it better to go directly in Ottawa at the archives or should I go
> locally ? I want to take a look at the parrish record, hospital
> register and newspapers deaths notices.
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