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|These 131 cemeteries include names, dates, and relationships to
some 51,300 + entries and include a lot of the original
PIONEERS of Lanark County.
More cemeteries will be added as time permits.
|A Pioneer History of the County of Lanark by Jean S. McGill.||This history of the county includes an index of settlers. Includes information on the early settlements, Rideau Settlement, Beckwith Settlement, settlement in Ramsay township, Peter Robinson's Irish Emigrants, lumbering, pioneer churches and ministers and the military depot at Perth.||Christine Spencer|
|A Narrative of the Rise and Progress of Emigration from the Counties of Lanark and Renfrew to the new Settlements in Upper Canada. Originally published in 1821, reprinted in 1878 by Canadian Heritage Publications||Contains, in
addition to the proceedings of the Glasgow Committee,
from early settlers back to Scotland.
|Soldiers of the King||This is a book pertaining to the Upper Canadian Milita 1812-1815 written by William Gray.||Christine Spencer|
|The Scottish Pioneers of Upper Canada. "Glengarry & Beyond" by Lucille H. Campey.||Lots of info and sailing lists.||Christine Spencer|
Baptisms First Presbyterian Church, Perth, by Rev.
William Bell 1817-1857
Presbyterian Church, Perth, Marriages 1830-1887, Baptisms
|Methodist Church Baptismal Records 1844-1875 Lanark County, Ontario||.||Cathy Garvin|
|Early Settlers to Bathurst District Arriving Prior to 1822||.||Cathy Garvin|
|1871 Census for Beckwith and Carleton Place.||Cathy Thomas|
|1871 Census for Almonte and Ramsay Township.||Cathy Thomas|
|Various Church Records
PLEASE - ONLY "ONE" SURNAME PER REQUEST..
Almonte United - Auld Kirk 1833-1869; St. Johns marriages 1858-1869 and Methodist marriages 1858-1869
Clayton United Church 1852-1869
McDonald's Corners Knox Presbyterian 1847-1869
Mississippi Circuit of Baptisms 1829-1843
Perth Baptist 1840-1869 members & marriages
Perth St. John the Baptist RC records 1823-1869
Rev. Wm. Bell 1817-1857
Smiths Falls Baptist members 1859-1869
St. Andrews Presbyterian Perth 1830-1869
St. Paul's United Perth 1829-1869
Westminster Presbyterian Smiths Falls 1835-1869
|The Lanark Era Vol # 1 - 1895 to 1911 - Birth Marriages & Deaths.||By Peter Anderson||Christine Spencer|
|Births, Marriages & Deaths
- Abstracts from the Almonte Gazette - 1867-1890
Almonte Gazette newspaper microfilm - 1861 - April 1888.
Surname, Given Name or Names and general idea of the date of the event.
The Almonte Gazette newspaper micro-film will also be looked at to see if there is a write-up in the newspaper to cover the event.
Generally this will take about a week, to attend the library and view the film or possibly longer in the summer months.
|Lanark County Census Indexes||1842 - 1891 for most townships||Lynne Rooney|
|Lanark Era newspaper Volume 1 to 3||Peter Anderson||Gwilanne Parker|
Bathurst-Perth Courier 1834-1932.
Perth Independent Examiner & Bathurst District Advertiser - 1829-1830.
The Carleton Place Herald - 1850-1853.
The Smiths Falls Review & District Advertiser - 1863-1877
Some Land Claims
|There are some 60,000 entries containing 152,000 names.||Glenn Couch|
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