The York Region Branch of the OGS is proud to present an evening with Mark Olsen. Mark is the Family Tree Maker Ambassador to historical and genealogical societies around the world working to support their members as they use Family … Continued
Come join York Region Branch on Wed. June 13 for an education session about the Local History Room at Richmond Hill Public Library. The talk will be at the Central Branch of the library on the southwest corner of Yonge … Continued
Our first Branch meeting is on Wed. April 11 from 7:15 to 9:00 pm at the Richmond Hill Library. York Branch Educational Presents Ruth Burkholder The Hudson’s Bay Company Date: Wednesday, April 11 @ 7:15 pmLocation: Richmond Hill Public Library1 Atkinson St, Richmond … Continued
The first series of programs that have been organized for January to April is an introductory series on genealogy. They will feature 2 programs by Ruth, one with Linda Reid and one with Marian Press. I am very excited to … Continued
All York Region Branch cemetery transcriptions are now available through the OGS e-store. Each transcription can be downloaded in PDF to your computer for $4.00 each. Please visit ogs.on.ca/ and click on Store.
York Branch Educational Presents Linda Reid DNA talk: what are the options? Date: Wednesday, September 13 @ 7 pm Location: Richmond Hill Public Library 1 Atkinson St, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 0H5 Yonge St and Major MacKenzie. Everyone is welcome. … Continued
Just a reminder that for this branch meeting the speaker is: Christine Woodcock and the topic they will be speaking on is: Scottish Poor Law The meeting will be held at Richmond Hill Public Libary.
Renovations to the Local History Room at the Central Branch of the Richmond Hill Public Library are complete. The genealogy library is now available for use.
Join Co-founders of the British Home Child Group International Karen Mahoney and Sandra Joyce as they speak about the historical importance of this child migrant scheme. As well, they will provide important tips to start your research.
Due to some renovations, the 4th floor of the Library where our books are stored is closed. Renovations are expected to last for 4 to 6 weeks.