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Oxford County Branch Library Collection


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Decade:  1920 
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The Oxford Riflles 
TextsCollectionsGenealogical Resources    A brief account of the history of the Oxford Rifles and the earlier militia units in Oxford County from which the regiment was formed, from 1798 to 1926. Photocopy
Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Old St. Paul's Church 90th Anniversary 1834 - 1924 
TextsCollectionsGenealogical Resources    An brief history of Old St. Paul's Church since its foundation to 1924.
Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
The Oracle, Easter 1928 - WCI Yearbook 
TextsCollectionsGenealogical Resources    The Woodstock Collegiate Institute Yearbook, The Oracle contains articles about school life, photos of students, teaching staff and sports teams, also the Valedictory address, essays, poems and information about alumni.
Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Vernon's Brantford Directory 1927 
TextsCollectionsGenealogical Resources    Includes Advertiser's Index, street directory, alphabetical listing of people & businesses, City, County & Provincial officials, names of banks, real estate agents & business men.
Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Woodstock Old Boys' and Girls' Homecoming Reunion and Diamond Jubilee Celebration
June 30th to July 4th, 1927 
TextsCollectionsGenealogical Resources    The souvenir book from the reunion of the Woodstock Old Boys' and Girls' Club held from June 30th to July 4th, 1927. Included are brief histories of local organizations, churches, and the area in general.
Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
The Romance of the Palatine Millers: A Story of the United Empire Loyalists 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    The descendants of the Miller family who originally left the Palatine 1709, to Ireland, then to America in 1760-1765. At the outbreak of the Revolutionary War many found homes in Upper Canada. Family names are: Embury, Heck, Lawrence, Detlor, Carscallen, Miller, Roblin, Dulmage, Switzer, German,...
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
The Man from Glengarry: A Tale of the Ottawa 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    Rev. Dr. Charles William Gordon (September 13, 1860 - October 31, 1937) wrote under the name Ralph Connor. This is a tale of the life among the Canadian lumbermen, of their toil in the great forests and their work of floating the timber down the rivers.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Listowel, Ontario Past and Present 1852 to 1921 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    Booklet prepared in response to request from those attending the 1921 Old Boys Reunion in Listowel, On. Contains descriptions of businesses, schools, churches, flood of 1883, WWI Honour Roll for the town, early settlement, etc.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
County of Victoria Centennial History 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    Settlement, navigation, roads, railroads, politics, education military, biographies, war dead, political figures, maps, photos Second printing in 1967
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
The County of Norfolk in the War of 1812 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    An article relating the role of the County of Norfolk in the War of 1812.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Voters' List for the Township of Charlotteville for the Year 1923 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    The voters' list for the Township of Charlotteville for 1923.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
The Oracle Easter 1927 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    The Woodstock Collegiate Institute Yearbook, The Oracle contains articles about school life, photos of students, teaching staff and sports teams, also the Valedictory address, essays, poems and information about alumni.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
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Oxford County Branch Library Collection


Welcome to the Oxford County Branch Library Collection. Our research library is a non-lending, private library that is open to the general public Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. It is located at 82 Light Street, Court House Square, Woodstock ON. Volunteers are on hand to assist with locating material and providing instruction on the use of equipment Research For researchers unable to visit our library, volunteers will do a limited search on the resources in our library. We are not professional genealogists and cannot do your complete family history, but we can search for vital information that will help you in your search for ancestors. All research is undertaken subject to the availability of volunteer help. Please allow sufficient time for our volunteers to do a thorough search ( 6 – 8 weeks) and please be patient as there may be a lengthy turn around time for some research. A successful search may depend upon how accurately you are able to describe the search you wish to have done. Remember that an unsuccessful search requires the same amount of time as a successful one. There is no refund for an unsuccessful search. For more information about our Research Services, including the Fees Schedule, please visit the Research Section of our website. You may also email us directly at: oxford@ogs.on.ca We are a non-profit, volunteer organization and all fees go to expand our collection and maintain our library. Joining the Oxford County Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society is a good way to expand the scope of your genealogical research, as well as to meet people with a similar interest. Here's how to reach us: By Mail: Ontario Genealogical Society Oxford County Branch PO Box 20091 Woodstock, ON, N4S 8X8 E-mail: oxford@ogs.on.ca Telephone: 519-421-1700 Visit us at our Resource Center 82 Light Street, Court House Square Woodstock, ON Hours of Operation Monday to Friday 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Lots of free parking! Wheelchair accessible