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Carrick Township :Archives

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Surname Index for BMD
Baptisms-Marriages-Deaths --- Page 3----
Births: A-C
Births: D-H
Births : K-Z
Carrick : Cemeteries Locations & Histories
Cemetery: McIntosh Index
Cemetery: Salem EV
Cemetery: St. John's Con. 2 & Photos of Old St. John's
Cemetery: Frieden /Schaus
Carrick & Area Deaths : R.C. : Formosa 1887-1905
Carrick Township 1867
Carrick: 1881 census Part 1
Carrick: 1881 Census part 2
Carrick:1881 Census Part 3
Carrick: 1881 Census Part 4
Marriages
1874 Marriages
Carrick Marriages
Post Masters of Carrick Township
Family Trees
Free Genealogy Forms
Map of Carrick Area
Links & Contact
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Archives. Your input is welcomed!!

What is this site about?

This is a work in progress it will be updated on a regular basis.

Submissions of Births , Deaths, Marriages or other related items that deal with Carrick Township are most welcomed.

Please be aware that if you find a mistake (and there will be some) please let me know. However if there is a error in the official record I will not correct it, but rather place a note noting the suggested correction.

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CARRICK TOWNSHIP CEMETERIES  (Bruce County)

McIntosh, Reform Lutheran, St. Matthews, St. Johns Old and New, Salem E.U B., Neustadt Baptist (located in Carrick), Balaclava Pres., Carrick Baptist, Emmanuel Ev. United, Immaculate Conception R.C. Cemetery -Formosa; Sacred Heart-Mildmay; St. Francis Zavier R.C.- Carlsruhe, Baptist -Carlsruhe; St. Ignatius R. C. -Deemerton, Early Methodist and St. John's (concession 2)

Do you know of any other cemeteries not mentioned on this list? Please contact me.

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                      Acknowledgements
 

Thank-you to the following people for their help Eileen Wilson who translated some of the German records.

  • Mary Crandall for allowing us to post some of her marriages from her website. Please visit her site.
  • The local library for their 150% help with resources and ordering me books. Support your local libraries!
  • To the people  who have passed on some of the records.
  • Members of local Historical societies and genealogy groups
  • To the pioneers of our communities who by their "Faith" have made us proud of their past and look forward to the future.
  • And to anyone who has help in anyway, Thank-You very much.

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"History: saving our yesterdays for tomorrow"

Sheila Hill : 2004-2012