Genealogy Workshop 2019
The North Lanark Historical Society will host a genealogy workshop, including DNA testing, on:
Tues, Wed & Fri afternoons, and Sat morning, March 19, 20, 22 & 23, 2019
at the Museum.
Participants will be able to work from home on Thurs, and bring their questions
to the workshop on Fri.
To view the details of contents and format,
see the 2019 Genealogy Workshop page.
The Historical Society previously hosted
genealogy workshops from 2012 to 2018.
To compare these workshops, see the
, or 2018
Reference Library Collection
The North Lanark Historical Society and North Lanark Regional Museum are dedicated to making local history
more accessible. Our Reference Library Collection contains local genealogies, local history books, cemetery books
and historical reference material. In order to facilitate research visits and research requests we have created an
inventory of the Reference Library Collection.
Here are a few of the families that we have information on:
Bellamy, Blair, Brown, Burchill, Burke, Buzzell, Byron, Caldwell, Cannon, Caswell, Clint, Cochran, Corford, Coulter,
Cram, Dack, Duff, Dunlop, Eades, Gemmill, Gillan, Hobbs, Humphries, Johnstone, Lang, Leckie, Lowe, Mackay, Mattice,
McArthur, McDonald, McGuire, McIlraith, McIntyre, McKay, McLean, McMasters, McNeely, McNicol, Metcalf, Milnes, Moffatt,
Moore, Moorhouse, Morphy, Needham, Nettleton, Pattie, Paul, Philip, Rattray, Reid, Rintoul, Robertson, Scott, Shipman,
Smith, Snedden, Steel, Stewart, Tennant, Thompson, Toshack, Wilson, Yuill.
Photo – The newly organized and inventoried Reference Library Collection!
In addition to this we have various published books on the settlement and history of communities in Lanark County
and the surrounding area. We also have transcriptions of some early births, baptisms, marriages and deaths from local
churches and newspapers as well as local cemetery records. Other Archival and Research material includes a large photo
collection and original copies of the Almonte newspapers, for those studying regional history and genealogy.
Our Reference Library Collection inventory is available in two versions.
Reference Collection Inventory Dec 18, 2014
Reference Collection Inventory (shortened)
Both files are searchable by using the pdf commands Edit / Find or CTRL + F.
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The North Lanark Regional Museum is happy to respond to research requests and set up research visits. To ensure the
proper preparations are done, please call the museum ahead of time at 613-257-8503 to schedule an appointment.
You may also email the museum at firstname.lastname@example.org. The following information is required:
* Name (First and Last)
* Phone Number and or E-Mail Address
* Catalogue number(s) of the title(s) requested or topics of interest
The inventory and cataloguing project was carried-out by our wonderful summer student Celia Zamorano in 2014.
The North Lanark Regional Museum would also like to acknowledge Young Canada Works for funding this project.