|Statement||compiled by members of the Upper Ottawa Valley Genealogical Group.|
|Series||Publication ;, 2003-04, Publication (Upper Ottawa Valley Genealogical Group) ;, 2003-04.|
|Contributions||Upper Ottawa Valley Genealogical Group.|
|LC Classifications||CS88.P45 B57 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||2004381147|
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Search Birth, Marriage & Death Ontario, Canada Vital Records: Births, Marriages and Deaths Ontario, Canada Vital Records: Births, Marriages and Deaths. About Mennonite Vital Records in Ontario When searching for Ontario Mennonite vital records, bear in mind that "dissenting" groups, such as Mennonites, were not allowed to perform marriages until Beginning in , dissenting ministers were required to register marriages they performed with a Clerk of the Peace. Marriages were later registered with the counties (formed. Birth, Marriage and Death Records for Ontario, Canada - revised Many people seem to be searching for Birth, Marriage or Death information on people who should be on the Ontario Indexes for the years early s. The Archives of Ontario holds many different kinds of records, with a few of the most heavily used being listed below. They are the starting point for most genealogical investigations. Such records are generally indexed, and they are usually available on microfilm at the Archives or through Microfilm Interloan.
Index To Births, Marriages & Deaths in the Pembroke Observer and Upper Ottawa Advertiser, ; Index To Cobalt Daily Nugget, ; Carl Allhusen Inventory of Ontario Newspapers â€“, The ; J. Brian Gilchrist Doreen Morgan has transcribed the Ontario Marriage Index for the Letter M for , and has agreed to put them on this site while awaiting an official OVSI site. This is a large file of records in 56 pages, with an index. See My Site Map. Accidental Deaths and Suicides and some selected marriages . New Brunswick. In New Brunswick, birth records from to , marriage and death records from to , and some incomplete church and civil records prior to are in the custody of the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, P.O. Box , FREDERICTON, N.B., E3B on-line databases are available on their Internet web site. Family events such as births, baptisms, marriages, deaths and burials are key elements of genealogy and family history research. These events are recorded in church records and in other official documents. Library and Archives Canada holds a small collection of such documents, some of which are indexed by name.