Record Family History

Record Family History is all about helping you get your family history records and stories in order, to best be able to leave a legacy for your children, grandchildren and extended family. Are you the family's keeper? Make sure it's passed on in a way that doesn't overwhelm those who take over.


En route to Cleveland, Ohio from Liverpool in 1930

My father, Dr T Francis Jarman of Sunderland, England, was awarded a fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic in 1930. He related, with excitement and awe, the

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Website Renovation in Progress

British Immigrants in Montreal is undergoing a complete overhaul. The new name of the site will be: recordfamilyhistory.com The emphasis will now be on how to find and record your family history to save for future generations. Will your children and grandchildren know about your life and the family members you knew in earlier years? What? You don't have children and grandchildren? That doesn't mean that your life stories and family history are less worth saving. Everyone's life experience is worth recording - Let me help you get it done! We all are more aware than ever of the fragility of life. Let's get our stories and documents organized in a way that makes it easier to find and appreciate. Think of it as a part of your legacy!

Entraining at Quebec

New immigrants entrained at Quebec to travel across the Dominion of Canada. A few stopped in Montreal, 1/2 to Ontario and others to the west.

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Peter Mitchell

I have recently found out this is how my father arrived in Canada from Scotland. He never spoke to his children on how he came to be here and if mom knew

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Reginald Ernest Norgate 15 years old arrived in Montreal 1929

My Uncle Reginald Ernest Norgate was aged 15 when he participated in the British Immigration and Colonization Associations effort to get the British to

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