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|CATALOGUE – Our Library Collection (Searchable database)|
Over 3400 items to assist you with your genealogical research.
|INDEX – Oxford County Wills 1853 – 1902|
from Oxford County Surrogate Court Estate Files (See Note #1
|INDEX – Oxford County Wills 1901 – 1930|
from Oxford County Surrogate Court Estate Files (See Note #1)
|INDEX – Wills & Letters of Administration, Oxford County, 1931 – 1955|
(See Note #2)
|INDEX – Obituary Collection|
A searchable index of our obituary collection.
|ABSTRACT – Marriages, 1834 – 1885, (Old) St Paul’s Anglican Church, Woodstock|
|INDEX – 1881 Census – Oxford County|
(Alphabetical) 279 pages
|INDEX – To our collection of Rural School Histories.|
Members of Oxford Branch have access to these histories in the Members Library section.
|INDEXES – Tweedsmuir Histories (Oxford County)|
Follow link to the Tweedsmuir page.
|INDEX – Newspaper Photos of WWII Military of Oxford County|
Mostly upper body portraits of individuals who served in the Second World War and whose photograph appeared in the newspaper.
|INDEX – Nursing Sisters of WWI.|
An ongoing research project to research nursing sisters who served in the First World War and were born in, worked in or otherwise had a connection to Oxford County.
|INDEX – 1934 THE SPECTRUM, yearbook of London Normal School|
Yearbook contains photos, some autographs, essays, poems, etc.(the usual yearbook material)
|LIST – Some Early Settlers in Oxford County|
A list of early settlers compiled from information submitted
by Oxford Branch members
|LIST – 1916 Woodstock Social Register|
|LIST – Oxford Cemeteries – Names and Locations|
|Oxford Tracer, Volume 1, Number 1, March 1979.|
Our very first Branch newsletter. A little genealogy, a little history, a little branch news, from a time that came before genealogists had computers and the Internet (transcribed from the original).
NOTE #1: Our researchers have access to the microfilms containing these Wills. If you would like to obtain a copy of a particular Will, e-mail your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Put ‘Will request’ in the subject line and the Name, Register# and Ref # or Reel# and Estate# in the body of the message. Will files vary in size from a single page Will to multiple pages that include the Will, court documents and other material. Our researchers will advise you of the cost to obtain a copy of all or part of the file.
NOTE #2: If you would like to obtain a copy of a particular document, e-mail your request to email@example.com. Put ‘Registered Document request’ in the subject line and the Name, Year and Document Number in the body of the message. Files vary in size from a single page to multiple pages. Our researchers will advise you of the cost to obtain a copy of these documents.