Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Merry Christmas to All


and
A Very Happy New Year
of 2010 to all

I
THINK
THAT WE
SHALL ALWAYS
SEE GOD’S GIFTS
UNDER OUR CHRISTMAS TREE;
YOU CANNOT TOUCH THEM WITH
YOUR HAND, YET THEY ARE THERE AT
YOUR COMMAND
THERE’S JOY AND FAITH AND HOPE
RENEWED; THERE’S LAUGHTER FOR A HAPPY
MOOD; THERE’S GRATITUDE FOR EACH NEW DAY;
A TIME TO THINK, A TIME TO PRAY.
THE CHRIST IDEA WITH HOLY LIGHT SHINES CLEAR
TO MAKE YOUR PATHWAY BRIGHT.
THESE THINGS ARE YOURS IF YOU CAN SEE
GOD’S GIFTS UPON
YOUR
CHRISTMAS
TREE
All The Best
Alex W Fraser, Rhoda Ross

Courtenay, BC, Dec 10

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Martintown book now on sale

The Story of Martintown, A Pioneer Village
Martintown book now on sale

Just in time for Christmas, the newly
revised edition
of a book chronicling the
history of one of Glengarry’s oldest communities
is now available.

The Story of Martintown, A Pioneer
Village,
by the late Rhodes C.M. Grant is a
full-colour, hardcover edition of the title
originally published in 1974 that traces the
noteworthy people and events of the
South Glengarry village from its origins as
a United Empire Loyalist settlement in the
1780s to the present.

Among the topics touched upon are
Martintown’s ties to the War of 1812 and
the Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837; the
involvement of its young men in both
World Wars; and the village’s 200-plus
year transition from a trapping and furtrading
outpost in the 1700s, through the
“lumber years,” to its heyday as a cheesemaking
mecca (with seven factories) and
eventually, to its status as a heavy
agricultural region focusing on the dairy
industry.

The latest edition of the book – 206 pages
of fact-filled text and almost 100 photographs
– sells for $29.95.

To order a copy of The Story of
Martintown, A Pioneer Village, please call
Onagh Ross at Onagh’s Book Nook in
Martintown (613-528-4488).


– Scott Carmichael

 taken from the Glengarry News, Alexandria, Ont. of  Wednesday Dec 15th, 2010 p.A5

Martintown book now on sale

The Story of Martintown, A Pioneer Village
Martintown book now on sale

Just in time for Christmas, the newly
revised edition
of a book chronicling the
history of one of Glengarry’s oldest communities
is now available.

The Story of Martintown, A Pioneer
Village,
by the late Rhodes C.M. Grant is a
full-colour, hardcover edition of the title
originally published in 1974 that traces the
noteworthy people and events of the
South Glengarry village from its origins as
a United Empire Loyalist settlement in the
1780s to the present.

Among the topics touched upon are
Martintown’s ties to the War of 1812 and
the Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837; the
involvement of its young men in both
World Wars; and the village’s 200-plus
year transition from a trapping and furtrading
outpost in the 1700s, through the
“lumber years,” to its heyday as a cheesemaking
mecca (with seven factories) and
eventually, to its status as a heavy
agricultural region focusing on the dairy
industry.

The latest edition of the book – 206 pages
of fact-filled text and almost 100 photographs
– sells for $29.95.

To order a copy of The Story of
Martintown, A Pioneer Village, please call
Onagh Ross at Onagh’s Book Nook in
Martintown (613-528-4488).

– Scott Carmichael
 taken from the Glengarry News, Alexandria, Ont. of  Wednesday Dec 15th, 2010 p.A5

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Dalkeith History Society

*From the Glengarry News of Nov 11th, 2010 under the Dalkeith column by Jean MacLennan
Photo is also from the paper, Glengarry News
REMEMBER THE FENClBLES: Allan J. Macdonell spoke on 'Remembering our Fencibles' at the Dalkeith Library on Saturday morning. The event, organized by the Dalkeith History Club, served as the community's Remembrance Day ceremony.
 

Dalkeith History hosted a Remembrance Day activity at Counties Library Dalkeith Branch on Nov. 6, Our guest speaker Mr. Allan J. Macdonell spoke to us about the Glengarry Fencibles. The title of the talk was "Remembering OUR Fencibes" with an interesting bit of information surrounding the word OUR. Mr. Macdonell pointed out that some members were given land as an appreciation for their loyalty. These were our common ancestors. Another interesting point brought up was the role women played in the Fencibles history. It was a thoroughly fascinating and enjoyable talk. We hope to have a copy of his talk available at the library for all to see

Dalkeith History has been negotiating with the Diocese of Alexandria-Cornwall concerning the status of the building currently known as ST. Paul's Chapel. Bishop Paul-Andre Durocher is now willing to let us have the building for ONE DOLLAR provided we pay for the severance which could cost around $5000.00

Dalkeith History will host a public meeting on Saturday, Nov. 13 at 10.30 am. at Counties Library Dalkeith Branch. We wish to update the interested public on these negotiations and to initiate discussions on turning this building into a community heritage centre. We hope to have a good turnout and we extend to you and yours a cordial welcome.

Dalkeith History thinks this would be good for the community but we cannot do it alone. We think we have community support, but now we need commitment of that support. Think about it.  
Dalkeith History already has a considerable collection of family history memorabilia and artifacts, thanks to contributions from our residents. It would be nice for this collection to have a permanent home as well as a place for the collection of family histories to expand and a place for residents and visitors to come. If you have any interest in the project, now is the time to show your support. The Diocese wants a written and financial commitment very soon.
A big thanks to George MacLeod for sharing his collection of family history and memorabilia.  Much Appreciated.

Thanks to all who have turned in recipes. We'll be working on the cookbook very soon.
------

FOR FURTHER INFO on Dalkeith History Society
contact
dalkeith1794@gmail.com
Thanks for your support
Frances Fraser

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Dalkeith History Society





THERE WILL BE A MEETING SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13
at 10:30 am- at COUNTIES LIBRARY DALKEITH BRANCH
TO DISCUSS THE POSSIBILITY
of TURNING ST. PAUL'S CHAPEL-
THE TOWN'S ONLY & OLDEST LANDMARK
into a COMMUNITY HERITAGE CENTER

FOR FURTHER INFO
contact

dalkeith1794@gmail.com

Thanks for your support
Frances Fraser

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Cornwall Township Historical Society Newsletter

Just received a copy of the September 2010 Newsletter which highlights the 1936 International Plowing Match in Cornwall Township. Editor Don McIntosh

More info check out
web site http://www.cornwalltownshiphistorical.ca

Cornwall Township Historical Society located St Andrew's West, Ontario

Monday, September 13, 2010

Progress report

Gravestones of Glengarry volume 3 the basics will now become Gravestones of Glengarry Volume 3 'Family Linkages' a genealogical guide The index has an expanded genealogical references to persons concerned, mainly the Macs. More detail coming.

The McNaughtons of Glengarry 4 volume set is now available on CD check out
http://mcnaughtonsofglengarry.blogspot.com/

My MacDonald of Loup, Lundie & Fraser line is progressing smoothly. Just adding info from a 9 page family tree chart on MacMillans, gleaning additional information from St Finnan's & St Raphaels Church Records. Version 3 is just under 8000 entries and heading for 10,000.

Royce MacGillivray's book Glengarry Biography 2010 is now out for more info http://www.glengarrycounty.com/royce.html

Two interesting books we recently came across
1-- The Rosses of Embro, hard cover, 8.5X11, text by Paul Russell, Genealogical Research by J. Brian Gilchrist, 1989, 100 pages including a number of family tree charts, about 20 pages, has some maps, colour plates, For more info contact Robin Bass, 10 Blantyre Ave., Scarborough, Ontario M1N 2R4 Canada or Charles B. Loewen
from Mansfield, Ont

2- Glencoe & the Indians 1996-2006, size 6"x9.25", a real life family saga which spans two continents, several centuries and more than 30 generations to link Scotland's clans with the native peoples of the American West by James Hunter, soft cover, 224 p., ISBN 1-84018-001-3, illustrated, includes a small reference to Glengarry County Ontario.

Monday, June 7, 2010

MacDonald of Loup, Lundie, Fraser ancestry update

I am presently working on Version 3 of this work. At present, I am adding my Kennedy family file.

Since about the early 1980's I have had a POUPORE Family chart sent to me by Rev.Lawrence K Poupore of Chapleau Quebec area. The size of the chart is 40 by 76 inches long

This Poupore chart has about 1400 entries, to which I have added an additional bunch. It was done for 1967. The MacDonells as well as the Kennedys listed on this chart, I believe have a connection to Glengarry county, but I haven't completely figured that out yet.

Nevertheless this chart will be included in Version 3 of this work, either as a part of it or as a separate file, depending on my success at linking the families to what I have done in this work on the MacDonald of Loup, Lundie, Fraser lines.

As I add more info to this work, it is taking me in all family connection directions. Due to the various duplication of names, there can't help but be some glitches in viewing this work. Many cousins are getting married, which in time will be an assistance in staying on the correct family lines.

Remember, I am looking at it from one perspective, you the viewer are doing so from a totally different perspective and perception, thus, things will some times feel, be or look out of place, even thou the information looks correct, has the correct names, it will not necessarily mean that it is the correct people being listed.

More info on Version 2 can be found http://www.glengarrycounty.com/loup.html Also check out the list of Surnames.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Alex W Fraser MacDonalds of Loup, Lundie, Fraser line Version 2 on CD

Announcing Alex W Fraser MacDonalds of Loup, Lundie, Fraser line Version 2 on CD
April 2010 ISBN 9780921307495




Over the past almost 40 years, since September 1971, I have collected a mass of information on Glengarry people and their ancestry. This included my Fraser, MacDonalds of Loup, MacDonells of Lundie ancestry lines. The foundation of this work is based on the MacDonald of Loup chart I have, Fr. John MacDonalds Diary of Deaths 1819-1866 and the local Church BMD, mainly from St Raphaels and St Finnans for the earlier stages. Obits in the Glengarry News has likewise been very helpful over the years.

For more info go to http://glengarrycounty.com/loup.html

For Surname list go to http://glengarrycounty.com/loupsurnames.html

Alex W Fraser MacDonalds of Loup, Lundie, Fraser line Version 2 on CD

Announcing Alex W Fraser MacDonalds of Loup, Lundie, Fraser line Version 2 on CD
April 2010 ISBN 9780921307495




Over the past almost 40 years, since September 1971, I have collected a mass of information on Glengarry people and their ancestry. This included my Fraser, MacDonalds of Loup, MacDonells of Lundie ancestry lines. The foundation of this work is based on the MacDonald of Loup chart I have, Fr. John MacDonalds Diary of Deaths 1819-1866 and the local Church BMD, mainly from St Raphaels and St Finnans for the earlier stages. Obits in the Glengarry News has likewise been very helpful over the years.

For more info go to http://glengarrycounty.com/loup.html

For Surname list go to http://glengarrycounty.com/loupsurnames.html

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Announcement

Announcing the GLENGARRY COUNTY AREA NEW AND USED BOOKS Blog at http://usednewglengarryareabooks.blogspot.com/

BOOKS WANTED; This blog is for interested individuals who are looking for a particular book or to sell a particular book on or related in some way to the Glengarry County Ontario and area, including the surrounding counties---Stormont, Prescott, Dundas, Soulanges/Vaudreuil. State conditions, price, contact info and any other useful info for the reader . register & use the comments to list item.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Site update

I have re arranged, updated and added the following pages of my

Alex W Fraser's Home page
the Glengarry County, Prescott - Soulanges - Stormont - Vaudreuil County Page == [ GPSSV County Page ]

namely re arranged & updated the following
Alex's Book List
http://www.glengarrycounty.com/awfrrbks.html

Glengarry Cemetery List
http://www.glengarrycounty.com/cem-sglen.html

Gravestones of Glengarry List
http://www.glengarrycounty.com/gofg.html

4glengarry Churches BMD
http://www.glengarrycounty.com/4glenchubmd.html

Prescott County Cemetery List http://www.glengarrycounty.com/cemlistpc.html

Gravestones of Prescott County Listhttp://www.glengarrycounty.com/gopv2.htm

Stormont County Cemetery Listhttp://www.glengarrycounty.com/cemliststor.html

Soulanges/Vaudreuil County Cemetery List
http://www.glengarrycounty.com/cemlist-soulvaud.html

Cote St George BMD & Cemetery http://www.glengarrycounty.com/csgeorge.html


added pages
An Ontario Historical Atlas page
http://www.glengarrycounty.com/hisatlas.html

Family Histories
http://www.glengarrycounty.com/famhis.html

Churches Baptisms Death Marriages
http://www.glengarrycounty.com/churchbmd.html

Dundas Cemetery List in part
http://www.glengarrycounty.com/cemlist-other.html

Lanark Cemetery List in Part
http://www.glengarrycounty.com/cemlistlan.html

Gravestones of Stormont County Series
http://www.glengarrycounty.com/gofstor.html

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Activities

Greetings

I have completed in part at least the basics file on the McGillis's that I was putting into my Reunion Genealogy program under MACDONALD of Loup -Fraser Connections.

This version will have 5284 entries, from 3721 families. I am now just checking for typos & fine tuning the file.

This will become available on CD in a web card format and be accessible from any browser.

The documentation included varies from just a name & date to copies of baptisms, marriages and deaths some obituaries, source, some photos, gravestone inscriptions, etc. More info with be added later on this.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Activity update--MacDonald of Loupe line

What am I up to!

I am presently working on better organizing my genealogy files so they become more useful. The way I am doing this is using Reunion [for the Macintosh] family Tree Maker putting the information on web cards to used by & with any browser. I am starting with the base of my MacDonald of Loupe line, My Fraser line, and my MacDonells of Lundie line.

This is a spiraling effect as I add new information, going around in circles, leading in all directions as new marriages are added. At present I am adding a 9-10 generation of one of my McGillis files. Also at this time I have just over 4700 entries, heading for 5000. The size of the entries will vary from a name only, to including a baptism, marriage and death records, gravestone inscriptions, obits, images, dates birth & death dates, and so on.


I have lot of binders of information to go through.

This work, as mentioned earlier is being done on web cards and will be accessible from a CD with a browser, or maybe a web site at a nominal cost. When I reach 5000 entries this version #2 will be available on a CD for Purchase. The next version will be built up to 7500 entries.

Rhoda has been doing a similar work with the Ross's

This is in part a list of the Surnames that will show up in version of my ancestry line.
A! Abbey, ADAMS, ALGUIRE, Allinott, ANDERSON, ARTMAN
B! BAILEY, BAJILOW, BEMHENNAK, BILLINGS, BISHOP, BLACKSHAW, BLAIR, BONNER, BOWIE,! BURGER, BURNS, Butler, BUTTARS
C! CAMERON, CAMPBELL, CAREY, Cass, CASTELLO, CATTANACH, CHATLAH, CHISHOLM, CHRISTIAN, CLARK, CLEVER, CONLEY, Connelly, COOK, CROSS, CURRY
D! DAVERSA, Debane, DECORBY, DEVERIL, DIRENZO, DIROSA, DOWNS, Doyle
E! EAMON, Elderbroom, EMBURG, EMERTON
F! FENNELL, FERGUSON, FERJUC, FINLAN, FISHER, FOX, Fraser
G! GABBOT, GIGGI, GOODMAN, GOODROW, GORMLEY, Graham, GRANT, GUERTAIN
H! HAINES, Handfield, HART, HARTY, Hasiuk, HAZEL, HEANEY, HEANY, HEENAN, HIRSCH, HISCOTT, HOLMES, HOWES
I! INGRAM
J! JESMA, Johnstone
K! KELLY, KENNEDY, KERR
L! LACHAPELLE, Lafontaine, LALONDE, LEE, LEMIRE, Lester, LOCKWOOD, LOCZY, LONGREAVES, LUBY, LYNN
Mac! M.D., MACCORMACK, MACCORMICK, MACDONALDS of Loupe, MACDONALD??, MacDonells of Lundie, MACDOUGAL, MacDougald, MacDougall, MACGILLIVRAY, MACINNIS, MACINTOSH, MACIVER, MACKINNON, MACLACHLIN, MacLauchlin, MACLEAN, MACLELLAN, MACMASTER, MacMillan, MACNAIR, MACNEIL, MACPHAIL, MACPHEE, MACRAE, MACREY, MACRUARI,
Mc!McANDREW, McCAFFERTY, McCARTHY, McCRIMMON, McCULLOCH, MCD.??, McDonalds of Loupe, MCDONALD???, McDONELLs of Lundie, McDOUGAL, MCDOUGALD, MCDOUGALL, McDUGALD, McELROY, MCGILLIS, MCGILVRAY, McINTOSH, McLELLAN, McLEOD, McMartin, McMILLAN, McNAIRN, MCPHAIL, McPHAUL, McPHEE, MCQUEEN, McRAE, McTAVISH,
M ! MAHEU, MAHON, MAMER, MARRIAGE, MASTERS, MATESON,
MEININGER, MILLER, Mills, MONTGOMERY, MOONEY, Moore, Moran, MORRIS, MUNRO, MURPHY, Murray
N! NEILSEN, NUTTALL
O! OCAHAN, OCONNOR, ONEIL, OSHEA
P! PALMER, Parsons, PERRIN, POELZER, Pommeroy, Porterfield, Poterfield, PURCELL
Q! QUAIL, QUINN
R! RANGER, REID, REMILARD, Richards, ROELL,! ROSS, ROUSSEAU, RUSHMAN
S! SALVATORE, SANGSTER, SAYANT, SCHMIDT, SCHNEIDER, Sequin, SIMMONS, SIMPSON, SMITH, ST.DENIS, STEINER, STEWART, STINSON, Story, SULLIVAN, SUTHERLAND
T! THOMPSON, TRIPP
U! UPTON
V! VALADE, VALLASE, VANDERBURGH
W! WALLACE, Walsh,! Waskul, WATTS, WEHEELER, WEIR, Westlake, WILLIAMS, WILSON
Y! YEATS

Alex W Fraser
Courtenay, BC
3/10/10

Activity update--MacDonald of Loupe line

What am I up to!

I am presently working on better organizing my genealogy files so they become more useful. The way I am doing this is using Reunion [for the Macintosh] family Tree Maker putting the information on web cards to used by & with any browser. I am starting with the base of my MacDonald of Loupe line, My Fraser line, and my MacDonells of Lundie line.

This is a spiraling effect as I add new information, going around in circles, leading in all directions as new marriages are added. At present I am adding a 9-10 generation of one of my McGillis files. Also at this time I have just over 4700 entries, heading for 5000. The size of the entries will vary from a name only, to including a baptism, marriage and death records, gravestone inscriptions, obits, images, dates birth & death dates, and so on.


I have lot of binders of information to go through.

This work, as mentioned earlier is being done on web cards and will be accessible from a CD with a browser, or maybe a web site at a nominal cost. When I reach 5000 entries this version #2 will be available on a CD for Purchase. The next version will be built up to 7500 entries.

Rhoda has been doing a similar work with the Ross's

This is in part a list of the Surnames that will show up in version of my ancestry line.
A! Abbey, ADAMS, ALGUIRE, Allinott, ANDERSON, ARTMAN
B! BAILEY, BAJILOW, BEMHENNAK, BILLINGS, BISHOP, BLACKSHAW, BLAIR, BONNER, BOWIE,! BURGER, BURNS, Butler, BUTTARS
C! CAMERON, CAMPBELL, CAREY, Cass, CASTELLO, CATTANACH, CHATLAH, CHISHOLM, CHRISTIAN, CLARK, CLEVER, CONLEY, Connelly, COOK, CROSS, CURRY
D! DAVERSA, Debane, DECORBY, DEVERIL, DIRENZO, DIROSA, DOWNS, Doyle
E! EAMON, Elderbroom, EMBURG, EMERTON
F! FENNELL, FERGUSON, FERJUC, FINLAN, FISHER, FOX, Fraser
G! GABBOT, GIGGI, GOODMAN, GOODROW, GORMLEY, Graham, GRANT, GUERTAIN
H! HAINES, Handfield, HART, HARTY, Hasiuk, HAZEL, HEANEY, HEANY, HEENAN, HIRSCH, HISCOTT, HOLMES, HOWES
I! INGRAM
J! JESMA, Johnstone
K! KELLY, KENNEDY, KERR
L! LACHAPELLE, Lafontaine, LALONDE, LEE, LEMIRE, Lester, LOCKWOOD, LOCZY, LONGREAVES, LUBY, LYNN
Mac! M.D., MACCORMACK, MACCORMICK, MACDONALDS of Loupe, MACDONALD??, MacDonells of Lundie, MACDOUGAL, MacDougald, MacDougall, MACGILLIVRAY, MACINNIS, MACINTOSH, MACIVER, MACKINNON, MACLACHLIN, MacLauchlin, MACLEAN, MACLELLAN, MACMASTER, MacMillan, MACNAIR, MACNEIL, MACPHAIL, MACPHEE, MACRAE, MACREY, MACRUARI,
Mc!McANDREW, McCAFFERTY, McCARTHY, McCRIMMON, McCULLOCH, MCD.??, McDonalds of Loupe, MCDONALD???, McDONELLs of Lundie, McDOUGAL, MCDOUGALD, MCDOUGALL, McDUGALD, McELROY, MCGILLIS, MCGILVRAY, McINTOSH, McLELLAN, McLEOD, McMartin, McMILLAN, McNAIRN, MCPHAIL, McPHAUL, McPHEE, MCQUEEN, McRAE, McTAVISH,
M ! MAHEU, MAHON, MAMER, MARRIAGE, MASTERS, MATESON,
MEININGER, MILLER, Mills, MONTGOMERY, MOONEY, Moore, Moran, MORRIS, MUNRO, MURPHY, Murray
N! NEILSEN, NUTTALL
O! OCAHAN, OCONNOR, ONEIL, OSHEA
P! PALMER, Parsons, PERRIN, POELZER, Pommeroy, Porterfield, Poterfield, PURCELL
Q! QUAIL, QUINN
R! RANGER, REID, REMILARD, Richards, ROELL,! ROSS, ROUSSEAU, RUSHMAN
S! SALVATORE, SANGSTER, SAYANT, SCHMIDT, SCHNEIDER, Sequin, SIMMONS, SIMPSON, SMITH, ST.DENIS, STEINER, STEWART, STINSON, Story, SULLIVAN, SUTHERLAND
T! THOMPSON, TRIPP
U! UPTON
V! VALADE, VALLASE, VANDERBURGH
W! WALLACE, Walsh,! Waskul, WATTS, WEHEELER, WEIR, Westlake, WILLIAMS, WILSON
Y! YEATS

Alex W Fraser
Courtenay, BC
3/10/10

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Dictionary of Glengarry Biography Update

Up Date

Dictionary of Glengarry Biography by Royce MacGillivray is being reprinted by the http://www.glengarryhistoricalsociety.com/GHS/Welcome.html  For more details contact the GHS

updated 1/31/13
Alex W Fraser




ORDER NOW!
Dictionary of Glengarry Biography by Royce MacGillivray

Special advance orders accepted until March 15, 2010 at The Glengarry News.
$95 each.



By the eminent "Historian of Glengarry", Royce MacGillivray Author of " A History of Glengarry", "Bibliography of Glengarry County"

A comprehensive history of Glengarry County told through the lives of pioneers, fur traders, soldiers, farmers, railway barons, politicians, criminals; anybody and everybody who helped make Glengarry Canada's most storied and most celebrated county .

800 pages, 1,600 entries, 850,000 words, maps, hardcover.

Anyone with family connections in Glengarry County, anyone familiar with Glengarry, anyone interested in the history of Glengarry will want to own this remarkable book

Proudly published by the Glengarry Historical Society.
Publication date April 15, 2010.

Special advance orders accepted until March 15, 2010 at The Glengarry News.
$95 each.



place your order with The Glengarry News, 3 Main Street S., Alexandria, Ont. K0C 1A0
Tel: 613-525-2020 • Fax: 613-525-3824 Email: office@glengarrynews.ca

Orders may also be made by contacting Ranna Mogelon at publications@glengarryhistoricalsociety.com


Dictionary of Glengarry Biography

ORDER NOW!
Dictionary of Glengarry Biography by Royce MacGillivray

Special advance orders accepted until March 15, 2010 at The Glengarry News.
$95 each.



By the eminent "Historian of Glengarry", Royce MacGillivray Author of " A History of Glengarry", "Bibliography of Glengarry County"

A comprehensive history of Glengarry County told through the lives of pioneers, fur traders, soldiers, farmers, railway barons, politicians, criminals; anybody and everybody who helped make Glengarry Canada's most storied and most celebrated county .

800 pages, 1,600 entries, 850,000 words, maps, hardcover.

Anyone with family connections in Glengarry County, anyone familiar with Glengarry, anyone interested in the history of Glengarry will want to own this remarkable book

Proudly published by the Glengarry Historical Society.
Publication date April 15, 2010.

Special advance orders accepted until March 15, 2010 at The Glengarry News.
$95 each.



place your order with The Glengarry News, 3 Main Street S., Alexandria, Ont. K0C 1A0
Tel: 613-525-2020 • Fax: 613-525-3824 Email: office@glengarrynews.ca

Orders may also be made by contacting Ranna Mogelon at publications@glengarryhistoricalsociety.com