To cover such a large territory we have our meetings in different communities from March to November, usually on the third Sunday at pm. They are excellent snapshots of Branch activities and form an ongoing history of our individual Branch activities and notable events. February 24 an application was made by the first named person to the Dominion Council and a charter was granted for the Grand River U. Meantime, we sent congratulations to the Loyalist Gazette and its editor on a decade of successful publication. The editor told of the trials and tribulations in starting and producing the publication. It was decided by the membership to continue our monthly meetings during the summer.Gratitude goes out to Grand River Branch members Doris A. This journal and all the Branches are in reality actively engaged in Canadian research of a most vital kind viz that of Canada's founding families. Branch members should at all times endeavour to be active and vocal in their community's affairs. The first summer activity was held in Simcoe at the Eva Brook Donly Museum.Members were present from Toronto, Governor Simcoe and Hamilton Branches. Strahm helped us to process our genealogies., 1974 in the Brant County Museum, Brantford, Ontario, opened with President Mr. The November meeting was held at the Kitchener Public Library with 45 present from Kitchener, Waterloo, Brantford, Mount Pleasant, Delhi, Hamilton, Ancaster, Rockwood, Woodstock, Mitchell, Paris, Simcoe, Oakland, London and Toronto. Marcellus, Robert Morden, Doris Wilson, Gary Cooper, Irene Mac Crimmon, Doris Lemon, James W. In 1991 with a grant from the Ministry of Health and Welfare's New Horizons Programme, we published our book "Loyalist Families of the Grand River Branch U. Rail and stump vintage fences, Carolinian forest trees, shrubs and vines have been planted yearly.4) For 20 years we have had our books at the Norfolk Genealogy Fair and assisted many in their ancestral searches. This has fostered a close relationship which is necessary when we live in different communities. Readers who have relatives and friends who reside in this large area between Lake Erie and Georgian Bay and who may qualify for membership are asked to contact Dr. The large area we encompass, stretching from Georgian Bay to Lake Erie, contains many Loyalist settlements and we hope the Branch will soon show the strength that is inherent in it. The guest speaker was Joyce Beaton, editor and publisher of the "Early Canadian Life".John Chard was a great help in organizing and establishing the branch. The branch covers the area from Georgian Bay to Lake Erie along the Grand River watershed, west to Woodstock and east to Guelph. Many other fairs, festivals, family reunions have been attended, which has involved numerous volunteer hours. is a section which appears in each edition of the Loyalist Gazette with reports from the UELAC Branches. Letters from interested persons are coming in daily. Edna Habel, Kitchener; Miss Opal Howey, Brantford; Miss Mary Pirie, Waterloo; Mr. This monthly tabloid is one of Canada's finest historical publications.Her mother, Judith Brooke Hunt, was a Las Vegas showgirl who danced in the Folies Bergère show at the Tropicana Resort & Casino.The cancer treatments bankrupted the family and they relocated in Nevada, Arizona and Montana, usually living in a trailer home or with her paternal grandmother.Lemon UE, Eleanor Chapin UE and Dominion President Fred H. Their perspective is longer and their interest older than that of most other Canadians. This museum contains one of Ontario's most extensive and best organized collections of local history archival material. The members were then taken on a historical walking tour of Simcoe.Hayward UE for generously providing past issues of the Loyalist Gazette... From 1970 onward thoughts and plans have developed to form a branch in this part of Ontario offering a fine potential for membership. Chard for a branch or branches to serve this part of Ontario and he was supported from the late summer of 1972 onward by Mr. After all, our ancestors were among the first to invest in this country! Association of Canada was held on April 15th at the home of the President, Dr. Many tens of thousands of family records are typed and indexed for the use of genealogy 'buffs'. A picnic lunch was held in beautiful Simcoe Park to close the day's activities. gathered for a beautiful summer outing in Woodstock at the historic home of the Misses Louise and Margaret Hill.
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