Serving Bruce County Families --past and present
Bruce County Genealogical Society
Box 1083, Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada N0H 2C0
Bruce County Sites
Bruce County Bruce County's website. Includes tourism information.
Bruce County GenWeb Maps, lists of cemeteries and churches, queries, and the Bruce Mailing List.
Bruce County Heritage Association Holds an annual steam and antique show.
Bruce County Military History Presents the military collections of the Bruce County Archives and Museum.
Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre, Southampton. Includes Bruce County's Archives.
Bruce County Virtual War Memorial Bruce County men and women who served valiantly and gave their lives for their country, with links to their memorials at the Canadian Virtual Memorial.
Cabot Head Lighthouse Near Tobermory.
Carrick: Archives Includes Carrick Township births, marriages, deaths and census info.
Chantry Island Lighthouse At Southampton.
Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation Located on the eastern shore of the Bruce Peninsula.
new Dunblane Historical information about the hamlet at the corners of Saugeen, Arran and Elderslie townships.
new Glammis Historical information about the community at the corners of Greenock, Bruce and Kincardine townships.
Historic Saugeen Métis, Saugeen Métis Council. History and photographs about the Métis families at the mouth of the Saugeen River, Southampton, Ontario.
Kincardine Times Community news.
Paisley Advocate Community newspaper with lots of local history content.
Postcards from the Bay A glimpse into the history of Colpoy's Bay and Wiarton.
Saugeen First Nation Located on Lake Huron at the base of the Bruce Peninsula.
Saugeen Times Community news.
Township of Bruce Historical Society Lots of useful information for researchers.
Treasure Chest Museum In Paisley.
1867 Directory of the County of Bruce Excerpts from the directory.
County of Huron, Kincardine and Lucknow Directory Published 1881. Kincardine and Lucknow are in Bruce County.
Gazetteer and Directory of Bruce County Published 1880.
new Bruce County's Black Pioneers by Sylvia Hasbury. Published 2013.
The Brucedale Press This Bruce County book publisher has books with a local focus, such as Heroes in Waiting: The 160th Bruce Battalion in the Great War which is a good genealogical resource, and Bruce County in Words 2010 (PDF), a bibliographical reference.
The History of the County of Bruce by Norman Robertson
Incidents of Pioneer Days at Guelph and the County of Bruce by David Kennedy
Churches and Cemeteries
Lutheran and Anglican Ministries of the Bruce Peninsula Has histories of the churches.
Bruce County Cemetery Transcriptions on Microfilm The Archives of Ontario's listing of microfilms available through interlibrary loan.
Bruce County Cemeteries Photographs from cemeteries in Albemarle, Arran, Brant, Bruce, Carrick and Culross townships.
Brown and Bryce Families William Brown owned and operated the Lockerby Mill in Elderslie Township from 1883 - 1923. Thomas Bryce and his family lived in Saugeen Township.
Descendants of William Wesley Latimer William Wesley Latimer settled in Greenock Township, Bruce County.
Agnes Macphail. Includes digitalized documents. Although she was raised in Grey County, Agnes Macphail taught for a while at the Gowanlock School in Saugeen Township, Bruce County.
Beth Ezekiel Synagogue, Owen Sound. Canada's last small town synagogue.
Billy Bishop Heritage Museum, Owen Sound. Billy Bishop was Canada's most famous WWI flying ace.
Flesherton Advance and the Markdale Standard, digitalized and searchable.
Grey Roots Museum and Archives Grey County's museum and archives, near Owen Sound.
Greenwood Cemetery, Owen Sound, Grey County A list of cemetery records is available.
Owen Sound's Black History Owen Sound, Grey County, was the last terminus of the Underground Railroad.
Rest of Ontario
Canadian County Atlas Digital Project Includes Bruce County, 1880.
Canadian Local History: The First Gazetteer of Upper Canada by Henry Scadding, 1800
Historical Plaques of Ontario Transcriptions of some of Bruce County's historical plaques.
Huron County Museum In Goderich.
Official Road Map of Ontario From the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, in PDF format.
Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid Index of surnames in Ontario cemeteries.
Ontario Land Registry Offices Bruce County's is in Walkerton.
Ontario Locator Use this site to look up the location of places in Ontario both old and new, and even if they don't exist anymore.
new Ontario War Memorials Excellent photos and descriptions.
The Ontario Vital Statistics Project Transcribed by volunteers.
Anglican Diocese of Huron Archives Bruce County is in this diocese.
Eastern Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada fonds In the Archives of the Laurier Library, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario.
Mennonite Archives of Ontario At Conrad Grebel University College, University of Waterloo.
United Church Archives Local church records for most of Ontario. Includes many Methodist, Presbyterian, Congregational and Evangelical United Brethren congregations.
Manitoulin Genealogical Club Manitoulin Island is north of Bruce County, in Lake Huron.
Ontario Genealogical Society - Branches All of the OGS branches are listed here.
Sioux Lookout Genealogical Society In Ontario's far north.
Temiskaming Genealogy Group Northeastern Ontario, including New Liskeard and Kirkland Lake.
Upper Ottawa Valley Genealogical Group Renfrew County, Ontario, and Pontiac County, Quebec.
Anglo-Celtic Connections Genealogy and related news and views with a British-Canadian perspective.
Automated Genealogy Volunteer-created indices for the 1851, 1901, 1906 and 1911 censuses.
Canadian Genealogy Centre Library and Archives of Canada.
Canadian Geographical Names Search the Geographical Names Board of Canada's database.
Handbook of Canadian Methodism This 1867 book lists ministers, preachers, circuits and missions.
Places in Canada Place names are linked to internet map sites.
Saskatchewan Genealogy Index Saskatchewan government online index of births and deaths.
St. Edmunds Township
Bruce County Genealogical Society
PO Box 1083, Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada N0H 2C0
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