"IT IS NOT THE ROOTS AND THE TREE WHICH YIELDETH THE TRUE GLORY BUT RATHER THE LEAVES WHICH ADORN THE BRANCHES."
by Sir Francis Drake
Following are links to web sites that I have found to be particularly useful and interesting:
OUR GASPE ROOTS It is most unfortunate that this site is no longer available.
Raymond Garrett’s Page containing a very extensive database for families of the Gaspe peninsula, Quebec, Canada.
Part of the New Brunswick GenWeb project, devoted to genealogical and historical research for Restigouche County. Hosted by Irene Doyle.
Irene Doyle’s personal family site, with even more interesting Restigouche County information.
OUR ANCESTORS DOWN HOME
Margot Ferguson’s site is dedicated to the entire Baie des Chaleurs region on both sides of the New Brunswick/Quebec border.
Purpose is to assist all Carmichael genealogists worldwide by collecting and collating information provided by fellow genealogists into one large freely available online database. Hosted by Jimmy Carmichael.
This site is designed to be the 'connecting' point! for
genealogy enthusiasts with known roots on the Gaspe peninsula. Hosted by Martha
Hosted by Meg Dea Vail. Many Gaspe names.
From Co. Limerick to the Gaspe.... many names
associated with these areas of research. .Hosted by Robert L. Kane
Faith Amadio’s web site with a database which includes many Gaspe families.
Ellen Howard’s web site exhibits the descendants of Alexander Irvine & Jane (Cheyne) Irvine of Flat Lands, New Brunswick, and of John Mann & Elizabeth (Pemberton) Mann
Researching families that settled on the Gaspe
Peninsula before and after the American Revolution arriving about 1784. The
family names are McKenzie, Young, Mann, Beairsto, Sullivan, Forsythe, Fischer
and many more.
The online home for Teague surname researchers worldwide.
David Cooke’s family web site: many names from Gaspe, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia.
Linda Kell’s web site which contains a Teague database.
Jackie Landry’s site includes Imhoffs from both Gaspe and New Brunswick, as well as many other area names.
Ian Hamilton’s database contains many New Brunswick names.
A wonderful web site by Lorine McGinnis Schulze.
A little bit of everything - passenger lists from ships sailing to the New World, Militia muster rolls, source materials for different locations and eras, Loyalists in Canada, and much more.
Dwayne R. Firth’s site isdedicated to gathering and presenting information on the Firth surname.
The main names being researched by Judy Weikum. Some excellent links as well.
Hosted by Sandra McDavid
Hosted by Stephen Astels)
Howard Birnie’s site isthe result of research into the families of Noah Birnie Sr. and Jane Walker Davidson Birnie who emigrated to Canada from Aberdeen, Scotland in the 1920's and Henry Benjamin Hayden and Margaret Clarissa Sullivan Hayden of Barachois, Malbaie County, Quebec.
A forum for all Atlantic Canadian MacLean's and their Septs to gather and share interests.