In 2012, three community organizations in Kenora, Ontario joined forces on a project which became known as The Kenora Great War Project. The three partners – the Ancestor Seekers of Kenora (ASK), the Lake of the Woods Museum and the Kenora Public Library – pooled their resources, their expertise and their knowledge to tell the story of Kenora’s involvement in World War I.
Click on this link for more information about the project. http://kenoragreatwarproject.ca/
Kenora Public Library offers genealogy resources – http://www.kenorapubliclibrary.org/library-resources/genealogy.aspx
Ancestry Seekers of Kenora meets once a month. Contact Library for information.
Ran across information regarding Alexander Kelly Ramsay submitted by his mother, Margaret Holliday. Would be interested in purchasing any photographs of Alexander Kelly Ramsay, who is a relative. My husband’s grandparents, Alex and Nellie Kelly were Keewatin residents and Mr. Ramsay’s uncle and were mentioned in his memorial re 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles.
I am the only person in my husband’s family interested in genealogy. Personally I have transcribed often for Family Search for many years. Thank You for your wonderful work and website!!
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