There are 38 links in this section.
Archives - Libraries - Museums
- Association for Manitoba Archives About the AMA, membership, directory, archival resources, publications and a searchable index of selected articles published in the AMA's newsletter.
- Boissevain Community Archives Established in 1976 for the purpose of preserving the history of the Town of Boissevain and the surrounding community.
- Manitoba Legislative Library Information on the libraries extensive newspaper collection, biography scrapbooks and reference collection.
- Provincial Archives of Manitoba Includes general information on the Provincial Archives and the Hudson's Bay Company Archives.
- University of Manitoba Archives The Department of Archives and Special Collections, The University of Manitoba Libraries. Information on collections including a searchable guide to holdings.
Birth, Marriage, Death
Cemetery - Obituary
- Manitoba Gravemarker Gallery This is the Manitoba Provincial web page which is part of The Canadian Gravemarker Gallery. We accept all completely photographed cemeteries and give credit to photographers. Contact the webmaster for the "Tips and Hints" Brochure.
- Manitoba Headstone Photo Project This project is archiving headstone photos for all cemeteries in Manitoba.
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- Mennonite Genealogical Resources Consolidated Index of the Church Family Registers of the churches known as Bergthaler (Russia) 1843 and Chortitzer (Manitoba) 1878, 1887 and 1907.
- Centre for Rupert's Land Studies Facilitates scholarly research and publishing concerning the human history of the Hudson's Bay Company territory, known from 1670 to 1870 as Rupert's Land.
- Miles MacDonell Collegiate Alumni Association Contains many historical files and articles relating to the East Kildonan area of Winnipeg as well as North Kildonan, St Boniface and Transcona and Winnipeg in general. Click on history link on homepage.
- Naval Museum of Manitoba Promoting the history of Canada's Navy, especially as it pertains to those Manitobans who have served with the Navy. Online resources and photos.
- Recollections of William Peden Includes his training and preparation for World War I with the 8th Battalion Royal Winnipeg Rifles and his arrival in France in which he describes the Battle of Ypres.
Organizations and Societies
- Prince of Wales Immigration list 1813 The Prince of Wales left June 28 1813 from Stromness, Orkney, Scotland on June 28, 1813 and arrived two months later at York factory on the western shore of the Hudson Bay.
- BARRY GORDON SCHWAB Family Home Page Schwab, Fuchs, Shimonek, Bobert, Dreager, Rothenburger, Klassen, Walters, Pohl.
- FOUILLARD & LAROCQUE of St. Lazare, MB Canada Descendants of FOUILLARD in St. Lazare, Manitoba plus Simard, Tremblay,etc., and LAROCQUE family tree in Pinewood, Ontario.
- Frazer Family Tree The Frazer family tree starting in Manitoba with Richard Patterson Frazer born 1818.
- Kennerley Of Cheshire Winnipeg Kennerley family traced their family to Goostrey-cum-Barnshaw
- Marc Jolicoeur's Genealogy Researching the Desautels, Jolicoeur, Fiola, Rajotte, Gervais, Ouimet, St. Jean, and Proteau families in Manitoba.
- Merritts from Wiltshire England Looking for 2 brothers Henry & Bertie, who emigrated to Canada after 1910 could be Manitoba to work on building the railways,sons of George & Mary Allcannings Wilts,one had a daughter Agnes
any leads Thanks Ray Merritt
- Nancy Graham's Family Ivy Research concerning Metis families from Manitoba and North Dakota, and beyond. Adjourne, Ballenden, Bellesoeur, Bremner, Brie, Brown, Bruneau (Bruno), Burgoyne, Cameron, Charbonnier, Chevalier, Chevreau, Church and many more!
- Schmuland family history An account of the history of the Schmuland families travel to Edenburg, Manitoba, then on to Calgary and Edmonton.
- Teron Family Home Page History of the Teron families and emigration from Bukovina to Manitoba.
- Titameg's Children Decendants who live on both sides of the 49th parallel can be found in records of the Fur Trade Society going back to Titameg's birth in 1763 at York Factory, Rupert's Land at the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) Trading Post, now called Churchill, Manitoba.
- Wyseman, McKay Researching WYSEMAN, WISEMAN, HAMILTON, ROBERT, OGILVIE, GAIR, JAMIE, MORRICE, TIMMON. They are primarily from Scotland and the Dundee area but the WISEMAN WYSEMAN name is originally from Essex England.
- Gauer Family Home page This site is intended to be a central repository in the world for information on the GAUER family.
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