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There was a considerable migration of Canadians to the Watertown area in the first decade of the Twentieth Century, but there are others who arrived both before and after that date who have been buried here. Some records are more complete than others, but in addition to name and date of death, many contain birth place and date, spouse, parents, children, and siblings, place of death, residence address, cause of death, undertaker, etc.
Here are some links to some fine Canadian history sites:
Canadian Genealogy and History Links
Lennox and Addington Historical Society
Kingston Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society
Leeds and Grenville GenWeb Genealogical Resources
An American's Guide to Canada
Mike Mundell's Surf and Turf Stores
Kingston Frontenac Public Library
The Central Branch of KFPL owns an almost-complete microfilm set of the Kingston Whig-Standard and its predecesssors from 1810 to the present; all the articles, notices and advertisements between 1810 and 1848 are indexed in a card file located on the main floor in the Kingston Room. They also own City (or "criss-cross") Directories for Kingston from 1855 to the present, as well as phone books for Kingston from 1929 to the present. Directories and phone books are located in the locked Special Collections Room on the main floor of the Central Branch.
Search the 1881 Canadian census online for FREE
Courtesy of Latter Day Saints
Photo Page 1
Couples Grandchildren Photo Pages
Our Granddaughter's Page
World War I Memorial Page
World War II Memorial Page
Korean War Memorial Page
Vietnam Memorial Page
A Short History of Jefferson County Schools
Updated, 26 Dec 2013