Archive for November, 2017

Ireland Family Genealogy 1821 – 2017

Sunday, November 26th, 2017

The Ireland Family Genealogy 1821 – 2017 was donated to the Pontiac Archives September 2017, by Joseph Grant Woolsey. Included is the death of Bryan Murray. Mr Woolsey’s mother Gertrude was the fourth member of the Robert Ireland family of six sons and six daughters. One was Joseph Grant Woolsey who donated this family tree.

The Ireland families all were born in North Onslow, Quebec. The heritage renovated home and farm is occupied by family.

Woolsey family genealogy 1785-2014
The Woolsey Family genealogy dating back to 1066 when the Wolsey name was common in Suffolk, England, where it gave rise to surname of Cardinal Wolsey in King Henry 8th reign,was donated by Joseph Grant Woolsey,

Lariviere and Gravelle family trees

Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

Colleen Lariviere, Mayor of Campbell’s Bay, Qc, donated two family trees of her parents, Jean Guy Lariviere and his wife Annette Gravelle.

Dorcas Sparling, Pontiac Archives Volunteer, prepared a binder including the descendants of Francis Sr Lariviere. Almost 200 Pontiac family names are listed.

Woolsey family genealogy 1785-2014

Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

The Woolsey Family genealogy dating back to 1066 when the Wolsey name was common in Suffolk, England, where it gave rise to surname of Cardinal Wolsey in King Henry 8th reign,was donated by Joseph Grant Woolsey,

The Ireland Family Genealogy 1821 – 2017 was donated to the Pontiac Archives September 2017, by Joseph Grant Woolsey. Included is the death of Bryan Murray. Mr Woolsey’s mother Gertrude was the fourth member of the Robert Ireland family of six sons and six daughters. One was Joseph Grant Woolsey who donated this family tree.

The Ireland families all were born in North Onslow, Quebec. The heritage renovated home and farm is occupied by family.

Shawville Rink Co Ltd shares as of May 1914

Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

Shares were sold by The Shawville Rink Co Ltd beginning May 1, 1914. The Shares wee sold to Richardson Bros, Dalton Richardson and Ebert Richardson in 1948.

Copies of shares are now in the Pontiac Archives, Shawville, Quebec, donated by Sheila Richardson-McDowell.

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