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Graves and Inscriptions in the Niagara Peninsula 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    A listing of the graveyards and burying grounds in the Niagara Peninsula, including general information about each site. Printout of an article on the internet of the same name.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Annals of Niagara by William Kirby (1817 - 1906) Name Index 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    An index to the names in the Annals of Niagara 1817 - 1906.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
In-Roads to Ancestry - Pioneer Inns of Ontario Volume 1: Head of the Lake & Niagara 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    A history of the early 19th Century "Inns, Taverns, and Watering Holes" and the families who ran them at the Head of the Lake and in Niagara.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Annals of the Forty - No.8, Loyalist and Pioneer Families of West Lincoln 1783 - 1833 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    Booklet No. 8 contains information on Loyalist and Pioneer families who settled in the West Lincoln area from 1783 to 1833 (Families named Roadhouse to Swackhammer are covered in this booklet).
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
History of Niagara (In Part) 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    A detailed history of the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake written in 1914.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
The War of 1812 - Niagara Story Volume 2 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    The book is an attempt to bring the experiences of the participants of the War of 1812 to life in a series of snapshots of the events surrounding the conflict.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
The Niagara Story - Volume 1 "The Beginnings to 1812" 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    A series of articles encompassing the time period from 12,000 B.C. to 1812. It does not attempt to provide a comprehensive history but is rather a series of snapshots of the events that shaped the community.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Beamsville Marriage Index 1931 - 1962 from the Beamsville Post Express 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    An index to marriages from 1930 - 1962 as recorded in the Beamsville Post Express, covering Lincoln County and Clinton Township
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
A Genealogical Reference for the Monument Inscriptions of O.G.S. #3330 - St. Andrew's Anglican Church Cemetery 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    County/District/Region: Lincoln County Historical Township: Grimsby Current Municipality: Town of Grimsby Location address: Main Street West Denomination: Anglican Location: on Main Street West Transcription Status: Transcribed 1985 Registration Status: Registered
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Canadian-German Folklore - Tales of the Twenty 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    Volume 7 of Canadian German Folklore which includes information on Pennsylvania German settlers in the area of "The Twenty" - Jordon, Jordon Station, Jordon Harbour, Vineland, Vineland Station, Glen Elgin and (Ball's Falls),
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Canadian-German Folklore - Samuel Fry the Weaver and Mennonites of the Twenty 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    A narrative written of the story of the Samuel Fry family with historical details and the real names of the characters. This family settled in "The Twenty" in the Niagara Peninsula.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Early Settlers in Niagara Including the First "Census" 1782, 1783, 1786, 1787 Complete with Index 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    An attempt to bring together all the early census records for Niagara and, by using various records, to show how the early settlement developed.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Index to Niagara Conference Methodist Episcopal Church Baptismal Register 1849 - 1886 Part 1: 1849 -1886 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    An index to the baptismal register for the Niagara Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church from 1849 to 1886 (Part 1: A to K) and is intended as a guide for genealogists.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Index to Niagara Conference Methodist Episcopal Church Baptismal Register 1849 - 1886 Part 2: L to Z 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    An index to the baptismal register for the Niagara Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church from 1849 to 1886 (Part 2: L to Z) and is intended as a guide for genealogists.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Annals of the Forty No. 10 - Grimsby - 1816 - 1876 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    Booklet No.10 completes the background history of the Grimsby area to record events from the year 1816, at which time The Forty was renamed Grimsby, to 1876, when it was incorporated into a village.
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Annals of The Forty No. 9 - Loyalist and Pioneer families of West Lincoln 1783 -  1833. 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    Booklet No. 9 contains information on Loyalist and Pioneer families who settled in the West Lincoln area from 1783 to 1833 (Families Tallman to Zimmerman are covered in this booklet).
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Annals of the Forty No.7, Loyalist and Pioneer Families of West Lincoln 1783 - 1833 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    Booklet No. 7 contains information on Loyalist and Pioneer families who settled in the West Lincoln area from 1783 to 1833 (Families named Nelson to Oille are covered in this booklet).
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Annals of the Forty No.6, Loyalist and Pioneer Families of West Lincoln 1783 - 1833 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    Booklet No. 6 contains information on Loyalist and Pioneer families who settled in the West Lincoln area from 1783 to 1833 (Families named Lambert to Nelles are covered in this booklet).
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Annals of the Forty No. 5 - Loyalist and Poineer Families of West Lincoln 1783 - 1833 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    Booklet No. 5 contains information on Loyalist and Pioneer families who settled in the West Lincoln area from 1783 to 1833 (Families named Gage to Jackson are covered in this booklet).
The Ontario Genealogical SocietyOxford County Branch Library Collection
Annals of the Forty No.4, Loyalists and Pioneer Families of West Lincoln 1783 - 1833 
TextsGenealogical ResourcesPublication    Booklet No. 4 contains information on Loyalist and Pioneer families who settled in the West Lincoln area from 1783 to 1833 (Families named Camp to Fry-Frey are covered in this booklet).
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