We are a community of genealogical researchers involved in discovering intriguing family histories. Whether your interest lies in building a family tree; tracing ancestors back to past times and events, or finding relatives in your family’s historic homeland, our members can share their experience with you. Now, more than ever, there are so many great reasons to be part of the Southeast and Winnipeg Branch. We are confident you will agree!
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what will be a grand adventure!
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About our Logo
Our branch logo, represented by the three trees, was given to us to use courtesy of Lynn Roseman, an MGS life member. Lynn’s mother – Mary Catherine (Collishaw) Smith, was the illustrator. Mary was born on August 29, 1925 in New Westminster, BC. She passed away on October 19, 1993 in Toronto, ON.
Mary graduated as a Landscape Architect from the University of Toronto on June 11, 1973, after raising her family. A passionate naturalist and gardener, she introduced the idea of “natural heritage” in conjunction with built heritage, as an active member of the Shade Tree Council of Ontario, the Conservation Council of Ontario, and the Toronto Field Naturalist Association, serving the latter as President from 1982 to 1984. Her illustrations of trees appeared in several publications by these organizations in the 1970s and 1980s.
We proudly display Mary’s artwork
to represent our MGS Branch.
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