Search for content in message boards

New to Newfoundland Research!

New to Newfoundland Research!

Posted: 27 Aug 2011 11:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
I've just uncovered evidence that my great-grandfather hails from St. John's, Newfoundland. Could someone advise me one how to start? I don't see Newfoundland stats listed on the Canadian census rolls?

Any guidance at all would be greatly appreciated!

Re: New to Newfoundland Research!

Posted: 28 Aug 2011 6:10PM GMT
Classification: Query
The Newfoundland Grand Banks website is awsome, also, Canada Gen Web has a NFLD link as well. They both have message boards and you will see many of the same people on here. People on the message boards have been wonderful. They have pointed me in the right direction many times, and also let me know when I was in the wrong direction...lol.
Family Search has a lot of stuff too, and I've gotten a lot of help from people that viewed my family tree right here.
http://ngb.chebucto.org/
http://nl.canadagenweb.org/
http://www.familysearch.org/eng/default.asp
TTYL,
Kelly

Re: New to Newfoundland Research!

Posted: 28 Aug 2011 10:29PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks a million Kelly! :)

Re: New to Newfoundland Research!

Posted: 20 Nov 2011 12:19AM GMT
Classification: Query
Try this site: ngb.chebucto.org

Re: New to Newfoundland Research!

Posted: 24 Nov 2011 2:14AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Duggan, Waugh. Walsh, Furlong, Curran
I have been trying to trace by grandfather James John Duggan and grandmother Margaret Waugh. They lived in Newfoundland. My great-grandfather and great-grandmother were Patrick Duggan and Mary Joy. I am also having a terrible time finding information about them. I have gone on Newfoundlands digital web site and found lots of information but not specifically about them. Margaret Waugh and her parents (Bridget and Matthew Waugh) went from Newfoundland, to Quebec, Boston, Butte, Montana then to Seattle, Washington. Any help someone could give me would be great. My grandfather's cousins were Furlongs and Currans. Bridget Waugh was a Walsh.

Re: New to Newfoundland Research!

Posted: 24 Nov 2011 5:19AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 24 Nov 2011 5:20AM GMT
to paduggan49...

This might help you. Your Grampa Duggan's sisters baptism. RC, in Holyrood, NF...
http://ngb.chebucto.org/Parish/st-peter-paul-baptism1872-hm....

Holyrood cemetery
Erected by Thomas and Ellen DUGGAN and family in loving memory

of their mother Mary
beloved wife of Patrick Duggan died Apr 12 1889, 44 yrs.
Also their brother John Duggan died 1886, 10 yrs.
here's the link...
http://ngb.chebucto.org/Cemetery/cem-holyrood-kennedy-ln-rc-...

DUGGAN, Mary
The Times & General Commercial Gazette April 24, 1889 (Wednesday)
Died, at Holyrood, on the 12th inst., Mary, wife of Patrick Duggan, aged 45 years.

DUGGAN, Mary
Royal Gazette April 30, 1889 (Tuesday)
Died. At Holyrood, on the 12th inst., Mary, wife of Mr. Patrick Duggan, aged 45 years.

http://ngb.chebucto.org/Parish/hrmain_grooms_a-g.shtml

maybe it will help you find a direction
:)

Re: New to Newfoundland Research!

Posted: 5 Apr 2012 5:46PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Curran and Walsh
I was reading your thread and came across Curran that was my grandmothers maiden name she married John Walsh from St Johns Newfoundland. If you think they could be related please email me maybe we could share information. I think there was a Bridget in the family but not sure which side? My Aunt is still alive and does have a lot of information, if this could help?

Re: New to Newfoundland Research!

Posted: 18 Apr 2012 5:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Just go to redislandnf.com and type Newfoundland,census, I am sure you will get something. James Hickey.

Re: New to Newfoundland Research!

Posted: 22 Oct 2012 12:28AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi, There were three men, William Curran, Thomas Furlong, and James John Duggan, who left Newfoundland and arrived in Butte, Montana. The three men were supposedly cousins. They married 3 sisters in Butte and then they all moved to Seattle, Washington. Your family and mine might be related. Could you figure out how? Thanks
per page

Find a board about a specific topic

  • Visit our other sites:

© 1997-2014 Ancestry.com | Corporate Information | New Privacy | Terms and Conditions