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- ONTARIO-1871 Census of Canada
Searchable Database of Heads & Strays :- Uriah and Family can be found here.

ISLAND NET- A database of over 2 Million interments in Ontario The Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid is a pointer database consisting of the surnames, cemetery name and location of over 2 Million interments from several thousand cemeteries, cairns, memorials, and cenotaphs in Ontario Canada.


Canadian-lots of great links. Many searchable. TRY THIS!

Welcome to the Prince Edward Island Surname List. This is a site where you submit the names that you are researching in Prince Edward Island, Canada to let others know the name(s) that you are researching in hopes of someone contacting you and helping you in your search or you finding someone else researching the same family that you are who may be able to help you. Feel free to look through the lists to see if your family is already being researched. You might find a distant cousin you didn't know about before. This could be the break that you are looking for in your search.

The "Island Register" is your "Number 1" on-line source for P.E.I Genalogy, with over 273 P.E.I. lineages, and over 800 documents online, The Register's finest assests, are its users. Has a guest book with Queries/ who knows you maybe able to make a connection.

Genealogy Research in Ontario- Ontario is Canada's most populated province and was an early destination for many immigrants from Europe and other areas. Prior to establishment of Canada in 1867, the area was called Canada West and Upper Canada and was part of British North America. Many settlers in the late 18th century and early 19th century were loyalists who had left the Thirteen Colonies at the time of the American Rebellion and migrated either directly to the area or who had migrated to the maritime provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia and then on to Ontario (Upper Canada). Others were soldiers from the British forces that were granted land for their services in the rebellion or the War of 1812 that followed. Later many English, Scots and Irish settlers migrated directly to Upper Canada. Many of these settlers helped establish the province and later many migrated further west or into the United States. A number of resources are available to help the genealogist who is searching for ancestors in the province of Ontario. The major sources are outlined below:

Under Census for 1871 found Pearsall, Amus, and others.

Ontario Archives-great resource aid

Ontario Genealogical Society

The Prince Edward Island Genealogical Society Inc.

Loyalist Regiment Muster Rolls 1777-1783

DeLancey's Brigade

What is a Loyalist?


DeLancy's Brigade- Listofficers Revolutionary War

NEXT-URIAH PEARSALL and Family Genealogy-see if you're related