Author Archives: Christine Hayes

Upcoming Events

Now that our gardens are (mostly) dead, it is time for us to think genealogy.  With that in mind I thought I would  tell you about some of the events that are coming up.  First is our Family History Coaching … Continue reading

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Two Heads Are Better Than One

  One thing that I know for sure from my years as a genealogy researcher is that putting two minds to work on a problem is a sure way to solve that problem. It took me a long time to … Continue reading

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Dave Obee is Coming to Calgary!

I can’t tell you how excited I am to announce that the Alberta Family Histories Society is bringing Dave Obee to Calgary to present four different talks on doing genealogy research in Canada.  Dave Obee is an internationally known writer, … Continue reading

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You use WHAT for genealogy?

I recently attended a great webinar given by Thomas MacEntee through Legacy Family Tree Webinars. For those of you who haven’t heard of Thomas MacEntee, he is a tech wizard and “genealogy ninja” who keeps abreast of the newest technologies … Continue reading

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The 1921 Census: Help, there’s no index!

 I was very excited when the 1921 census was released but I am not one to wait for the indexing so I have been digging around and managed to find my grandmother in an orphanage in Saskatoon with her siblings.  … Continue reading

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