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  • Title: Professional Genealogist, Family History Research, Canada, Ireland, Scotland, England
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  • Title: Professional Genealogist, Family History Research, Canada, Ireland, Scotland, England - http://www.familyhistorysearches.com/
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  • Title: Professional Genealogist, Family History Research, Canada, Ireland, Scotland, England - http://www.familyhistorysearches.com/
    Descriptive info: My purpose is to help people with their family history search.. I will search archives, libraries and other repositories for those who wish to know the information they hold.. Family history.. is my passion and I want to help others find and share that same passion.. I have been working on my own family history for over 20 years and have enjoyed all the work that entails.. A great joy is proving the truth of a family story or finding someone who has been elusive in the search.. Putting the pieces of the puzzle together brings great satisfaction and excitement as your own personal  ...   around the world and meeting new people who have helped me very much with my search.. I have received my Certificate in Genealogical Studies for Canada, England and Ireland at the University of Toronto / National Institute for Genealogical Studies and have Liberal Studies and Research Techniques diplomas from Sheridan College.. I am also a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, the Ontario Genealogical Society, the Glasgow West of Scotland Family History Society, the Genealogical Society of Ireland, as well as the Manchester Lancashire Family History Society.. 2013 - Blair Archival Research.. All rights reserved.. Click here to return to the Home Page..

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  • Title: Professional Genealogist, Family History Research, Canada, Ireland, Scotland, England - http://www.familyhistorysearches.com/
    Descriptive info: All local research is conducted at the Archives of Ontario, the Toronto Reference Library, the North York Public Library, and other Ontario repositories.. International research will be conducted at the Mormon Family History Centre, the Toronto Reference Library and repositories in the Country of Origin.. To begin a research project, I will need as much information as you have - no information is too small or irrelevant.. Sources of information can be as follows: names, dates, places or events - such as marriages, births or deaths.. Payment must be received before any research will be conducted.. Accepted methods of payment are personal cheques or money orders in Canadian, US or UK funds.. Some of the extra costs that are not covered under the displayed fee structure, are fees for certification requests, extra copies, extra travel expenses, etc.. Blair Archival Research.. Suite 129.. 1-200 North Service Road West.. Oakville, Ontario.. Canada, L6M 2Y1.. 905-808-3963.. All packages offer a review of your family records and knowledge, coupled with the development of an initial research plan.. Each package also includes the start of the initial research, copies of all documents found, a progress report documenting the records found and how they affect your family history, as well as providing  ...   family story.. Scouting.. 6 hours.. $270.. Examination.. 12 hours.. $540.. Investigation.. 18 hours.. $810.. Specific Record Search.. Do you want a specific record searched maybe vital statistics, probate, census or newspaper; we can help you with that search.. Family Organizer.. Do you have a container full of family information and don't know where to begin.. We will go through all that information and create a list as well as abstracting family information to create a timeline to help you with your research.. Custom Research.. If nothing seems to fit your needs contact us and we can customize a research package for your specific needs.. Country of Origin.. Has your research gone beyond Canada to Ireland, Scotland or England? We can research your family history in these countries as well.. Assisted Research.. If you want to do the research yourself but don't know where to begin, or you are not familiar with the Archives of Ontario or other Toronto repositories, I will take you through the process of making your research plan and show you how the Toronto repositories can help you with your research.. For more information and pricing details on this or other services offered by Blair Archival Research, please contact Ruth Blair at:.. info@familyhistorysearches.. com..

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  • Title: Professional Genealogist, Family History Research, Canada, Ireland, Scotland, England - http://www.familyhistorysearches.com/
    Descriptive info: Upcoming Events.. Ontario Genealogical Society Quinte Branch Monthly Meeting.. 15 June 2013.. 1 pm.. Why Can t I find it Online? Other resources to help you with your research.. To be held at:.. Quinte West Council Chambers Library,.. 7 Creswell Drive in Trenton Ontario.. Ontario Genealogical Society Hamilton Branch General Meeting.. 17 November 2013.. 2 pm.. The Genealogy GPS: How the Genealogical Proof Standard can help your research.. Hamilton Public Library,.. on York Blvd.. , Hamilton, Ontario.. Past Events.. Ontario Genealogical Society Toronto Branch.. 31 May to.. June 2 2013.. The 2013 Ontario Genealogical Society Conference.. Held at the UOIT/Durham College in Oshawa Ontario.. Milton Senior Centre.. 24 May 2013.. I Want to Research My Family History Where do I Start?.. Held at the Milton Senior Centre Auditorium.. Ontario Genealogical Society.. 22 April 2013.. 7 pm.. A Brick Wall Chisel: The Cluster Research Project.. Held at the Burgundy Room, North York Memorial Hall.. Ontario Genealogical Society Region III Annual Meeting.. 20 April 2013.. 8:45 am to 4 pm.. Held at the Preston Legion.. Heritage Mississauga.. 13 April 2013.. 10 am to 3 pm.. Taking Your Irish Ancestors Back over the Pond ; and.. Researching your Irish Family History from afar.. Held at Heritage Mississauga's The Grange.. Oakville Public Library.. 8 November 2012.. UK & Irish Research for Beginners.. Orillia Public Library.. 18 October 2012.. Researching your Ancestors in the UK and Ireland.. Ontario Genealogical Society Halton Peel Branch.. 23 September 2012.. "Scottish Research from A Far".. Held at the Oakville Public Library Auditorium.. Ontario Genealogical Society Region II Annual Meeting.. 21 April 2012.. The Whys and Wherefores of Scottish Emigration.. Held at St.. David's United Church in Woodstock Ontario.. British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa.. 14 April 2012.. A Brick Wall Chisel The Cluster Research Project.. Held at The Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa Ontario.. 2 October 2011.. Researching the History of a House.. Halton British Canadian Club.. 16 September 2011.. Beginning Your Family History Research in the UK.. Held at The Knights of Columbus Hall in Burlington Ontario.. May 13-15, 2011.. Ontario Genealogical Society Annual Conference, held at the Hamilton Convention Centre.. Lectures Presented:.. The Whys and Wherefores of Scottish Emigration;.. Maiden Aunts of the 20th Century The Forgotten Generation of Women;.. A Brick Wall Chisel The Cluster Research Project.. Oakville Public Library Central Branch.. 28 April 2011.. Researching your United Kingdom and Irish Ancestors.. 3 April 2011.. I Want to Research My Family History Where Do I Start?.. 10 March 2011.. Irish and UK Research Online.. 21 November 2010.. The third lecture in the successful series "Research My Family History", covering topics: land registry records, crown land records, land petitions and township papers.. Land records are often useful in helping piece together a family's history, its place of origin and might even uncover a will!.. Oakville Museum.. 18 November 2010.. Genealogy 101.. Held at the Oakville Town Hall.. 4 November 2010.. Following the successful introductory lecture "I Want to Research My Family History Where Do I Start?", this second lecture in the Family History Lecture Series covered such topics as: how to find a will; the importance of  ...   seminar [Session H], Lecture presented:.. Genealogy in Toronto: Using the Toronto Public Library System to Research your Family in England.. 19 August 2006.. Exploring Your Irish Ancestry Seminar: Planning a Genealogical Trip to Dublin.. 22 February 2006.. In Search of Oakville's Lady Diana.. 7 January 2006.. Beginning your Scottish Genealogy.. Testimonials.. I'm an amateur genealogist who has used the services of Blair Archival Research for over five years.. With both a full-time 'day-job' and a full-time family, my free time for genealogical research is quite limited.. Blair Archival Research has been invaluable in finding copies of original Ontario birth, marriage and death registrations for my ancestors, as well as performing searches of Ontario records covering my specific areas of interest.. In my dealings with this company, their professionalism, courtesy, and genuine interest in helping clients solve family history research problems have been obvious.. WS Alberta.. Ruth's experience and expertise has been invaluable to me in researching my English roots.. JJ Ontario.. Out of time for family research or in need of experienced help.. You can be sure of accurate results from Blair Archival Research.. I would highly recommend them.. JPO Ontario.. Your Irish Research book arrived and I read it cover to cover.. Loved it! Your book is so helpful.. Will feel much more comfortable entering these facilities thanks to you.. Thank you for writing it.. CS Florida.. I am pleased to have this opportunity to testify on your behalf.. Blair Archival Research has provided a trustworthy, reliable research engine for my personal research into my family tree here in Ontario and in Yorkshire.. The response of Ruth Blair to my enquiries was always professional, polite and helpful.. Information was forwarded to me within a reasonable length of time.. The fees fell well within the budget of the average searcher.. MD Ontario.. I have used Blair Archival Research several times and found Ruth invaluable.. A family mystery was resolved and an unknown brother of my own Mother came to light.. Ruth never gives up and spreads her search to all known documents.. I shall ever be in her debt for the help she gave me.. RS England.. I first learned about Blair Archival Research in 2005 when I was discussing genealogy with a distant relative.. She had used the service and I asked her if she would recommend it as I was in need of some professional help.. She recommended the service.. I have used Blair Archival Research twice now in the last year and will use it again in the future as I need it to supplement and extend my own research.. Ms.. Blair has provided prompt service and has provided an extensive summary report and copies of all documentation searched.. She has then recommended next steps.. Finally when I have had question she has answered them.. I recommend this service.. PR Ontario.. A careful, experienced and credentialed genealogist, Ruth Blair is painstaking in her research, and only finds real ancestors.. She checks and double checks the documents, and is not given to flights of fancy.. I would rely completely on the accuracy of any information Ruth found for me.. NR.. New Jersey..

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  • Title: Professional Genealogist, Family History Research, Canada, Ireland, Scotland, England - http://www.familyhistorysearches.com/
    Descriptive info: Follow Me!.. Become a fan of Blair Archival Research on Facebook.. If you have any simple questions I will be happy to answer them on the Blair Archival Research Facebook page.. Come and see what the Passionate Genealogist has to say.. Keep up with family history news and innovations as well as some quick tips and research stories.. Links to Published Work.. May 2007.. - Bloodlines on The History Channel.. Bloodlines takes the potent subjects of families and war and combines them through genealogy.. Each episode unravels a story that connects a modern-day Canadian family to ancestors at a famous battle or event.. In the episode entitled:.. Riel's Ghosts.. - originally aired May 15th 2007, Ruth appears as a contributing genealogist.. Click.. here.. to see the show information poster produced by The History Channel.. July 2006.. - Ryan Taylor, a columnist for the Interlink Bookshop, has published a copy of his article which talks about the OGS's full day workshop for Irish research where Ruth  ...   Research Trip To Ireland.. The Research Trail in Dublin.. To find Ruth's book at The Genealogy Store, use the Product Search button on the left hand navigation bar and search by the book's title.. Park Genealogical Books.. is also selling Ruth's first book, entitled:.. Planning a Genealogy Research Trip to Ireland.. Click on this link and scroll down to reach publication number.. B-067.. Trafalgar Township Historical Society.. , is where you can find information about Ruth's second book entitled:.. Links of Interest.. : Founded in 1961 to encourage, bring together and assist all those interested in the pursuit of family history.. The Genealogy BlogFinder.. : The ultimate resource for finding blogs relevant to family history research and genealogy.. RootsWeb.. : The oldest and largest free genealogy site.. Oakville Images.. : This is a leading edge scanning project to preserve history.. Ruth played a small part in helping with the scanning of these images.. This format is now being copied throughout Canada and around the world..

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