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  • Hutton of Hastings: The Life and Letters of William Hutton 1801-1861
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       William Hutton came to Canada in 1834 and became a farmer in Hastings County. He established an agricultural society. For 30 years he corresponded with his mother and other relatives about the family fortunes and tragedies, pioneer farming, his work as the first county Warden and first school superintendent and ...
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     William Hutton came to Canada in 1834 and became a farmer in Hastings County. He established an agricultural society. For 30 years he corresponded with his mother and other relatives ...
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Pioneering Spirit: Ontario Places of Worship, Then and Now
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       The book represents more than 50 places of worship in Ontario from Glengarry County in the east to Kent County in the West, Moosonee in the north to Toronto in the south. Stories were collected by the author and given in a series of talks. Illustrated with photographs.
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     The book represents more than 50 places of worship in Ontario from Glengarry County in the east to Kent County in the West, Moosonee in the north to Toronto in ...
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Clergy Graves in Hastings County
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       A listing from Rootsweb.com of the clergy who are buried in Hastings County including the cemetery and dates.
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     A listing from Rootsweb.com of the clergy who are buried in Hastings County including the cemetery and dates.
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Methodist Church Baptismal Records for Sidney Township and Tyendinaga township Hastings County Ontario 1840-1887
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       A transcription of the Methodist Church Baptismal Records for Sidney Township and Tyendinaga township in Hastings County Ontario 1840-1887. Also includes ten entries from 1868 for Osnabruk Township in Stormont County.
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     A transcription of the Methodist Church Baptismal Records for Sidney Township and Tyendinaga township in Hastings County Ontario 1840-1887. Also includes ten entries from 1868 for Osnabruk Township in Stormont ...
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Hastings County Cemeteries Bethel United Cemetery Hungerford Township
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       Denomination: United Church County/District/Region: Hastings County Historical Township: Hungerford Current Municipality: Tweed Concession: 7 Lot Number: 8 Location: At the corner of Bethel Road about 5 miles/ 8 kms south of Tweed Transcription Status: Transcribed Registered
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     Denomination: United Church County/District/Region: Hastings County Historical Township: Hungerford Current Municipality: Tweed Concession: 7 Lot Number: 8 Location: At the corner of Bethel Road about 5 miles/ 8 kms south ...
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Lost Horizons: The Story of the Rathbun Company and the Bay of Quinte Railway
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       The Story of the Edward W. Rathbun Company and the Bay of Quinte Railway its inception, its rise to prominence, a period of growth and stability and the decline from 1848 to 1923.
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     The Story of the Edward W. Rathbun Company and the Bay of Quinte Railway its inception, its rise to prominence, a period of growth and stability and the decline from ...
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Sidney: Portrait of a Township
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       A brief history of Sidney Township, Hastings County, Ontario from before white settlers to the present (1985). Includes a history of some of the early families, churches, schools & legends.
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     A brief history of Sidney Township, Hastings County, Ontario from before white settlers to the present (1985). Includes a history of some of the early families, churches, schools & legends.
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • What's in a Name? The Origin of Belleville Street Names
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       A listing of the old street names in Belleville and a brief history of the naming of the street.
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     A listing of the old street names in Belleville and a brief history of the naming of the street.
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Hastings County Kinfolk
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       A compilation of the Mitts Family History, ancestors of the author who settled in Hastings County. Includes sections on the Gordanier, Pitman, Vincent & Haight families with photographs and transcriptions. Also includes an alphabetical index of family names with page reference.
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     A compilation of the Mitts Family History, ancestors of the author who settled in Hastings County. Includes sections on the Gordanier, Pitman, Vincent & Haight families with photographs and transcriptions. ...
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Belleville The Seat of Hastings County
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       A history of Belleville, Hastings County, Ontario includes maps, drawings, black & white and colour photographs.
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     A history of Belleville, Hastings County, Ontario includes maps, drawings, black & white and colour photographs.
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • U. E. Loyalist Links Volume III Prince Edward & Hastings Counties
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       The third volume in a United Empire Loyalist Series and includes those Loyalists and their descendants who settled in Prince Edward and Hastings Counties between 1784 and 1870. Book is arranged alphabetically by family name.
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     The third volume in a United Empire Loyalist Series and includes those Loyalists and their descendants who settled in Prince Edward and Hastings Counties between 1784 and 1870. Book is ...
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Way Back When...Reflections of Madoc Village and Madoc Township
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       A history of Macoc Village and the communities of Madoc Township up to 1975. Includes many drawings and photographs.
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     A history of Macoc Village and the communities of Madoc Township up to 1975. Includes many drawings and photographs.
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Pilgrimage of Faith: 150 Years of History of the Churches in Madoc Township and Village 1824-1974
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       A record of the construction and the history of the churches of all faiths in Madoc Village and Madoc Township, Hastings County from 1824 with the first white settlement for the next 150 years. Includes a map and photos.
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     A record of the construction and the history of the churches of all faiths in Madoc Village and Madoc Township, Hastings County from 1824 with the first white settlement for ...
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Trenton Town of Promise
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       A portrait of the town of Trenton from before settlement to the present (1977).
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     A portrait of the town of Trenton from before settlement to the present (1977).
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Bellville Friendly City
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource       A portrait of Belleville, past and present up to 1973. Includes many photos and maps.
    TextPublicationGenealogical Resource     A portrait of Belleville, past and present up to 1973. Includes many photos and maps.
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
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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