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St Joseph Island Historical Society

 

                  MANDATE:              The St. Joseph Island Historical Society (SJIHS) is a self-supporting 
                               organization with the mandate to research, record,
                               and preserve the history of St. Joseph Island.
 
                  HISTORY:              The St Joseph Island Historical Society was originally formed as part 
                               of a LACAC (Local Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee) and 
                               later was set up as a separate organization. 
                                                   SJIHS is a member of the Ontario Historical Society.
 
                  EXECUTIVE:               President:               Will Clarke  Email
                                                 
                                           Vice-President:          Alice Ward
                                           Secretary:               Bernie Crosby
                                           Treasurer:               Steve Frech
                  
                  HISTORIAN:               Barb Davies:             Barb Davies
 
                  WEB MASTER:              Bernie Crosby            Bernie Crosby
 
 
 
                  DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE:     St Joseph Island census from 1851-1901
                                           St Joseph Island cemetery listings
                                           St Joseph Island original land settlers listing
                                           Family stories of Island families
                                           Family tree database containing over 200,000 records (not on web site)
                                           Other miscellaneous data regarding St Joseph Island
 
 
                  MEETINGS:                Meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month (except July and August)
                                                     at the St. Joseph Township Public Library at 2:00 PM. 
                                           Everyone is welcome.