Join Lorri Neilsen Glenn at McNally Robinson Bookstore for the Winnipeg launch of her new book. Thursday, November 16, 7:30 pm.
Plan to attend the Legion House Museum
134 Marion St., Winnipeg
November 8 and 9 , 2017 1100hrs to 2000hrs
The Manitoba World War One Museum will be participating and will be providing about 20 tables of paper exhibits.
Free Will Donation
“Polish Exiles of WW2”
Presentation by Krystyna Szypowska, Executive Director, Polish Exiles of WW2 Inc.
Wed., November 15, 7:00 pm. Thomson Funeral Home, 669 Broadway Ave., Winnipeg.
Krystyna has studied various archival lists relating to the Polish experience during WW2, and has conducted and digitized over a hundred interviews with WW2 veterans as well as with survivors of the Siberian deportations. She has also scanned hundreds of personal documents and photos that risked being lost once their owners died. All of this data is being uploaded to the Polish Exiles of WW2 website (https://www.polishexilesofww2.org) in order to assist the next generation with their research into their family members’ pasts.
For more information check out website at http://eegsociety.org/Home.aspx
One of the oldest cemeteries in Manitoba is calling on members of the McKenzie family to help restore a historical gravesite. Shirley McGimpsey from Dauphin Branch alerted MGS about this news item – her fourth great grandparents are buried in the plot. If you know any of this McKenzie family. please let them know.
The Koha web address is still temporarily changed to koha-opac.bole.ca The icon on the main page does not work. Sorry for the inconvenience. We are trying to get it fixed.
This website from Maryville University, St. Louis, Missouri presents a great deal of information about general genealogy and many valuable links to resources. Although most of the resources listed are from the United States, Canadian researchers will also find the website very useful. Sample topics: