Genealogy

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Disclaimer

The opinions expressed by the geneaology blogger(s) and those providing comments are theirs alone, and do not reflect the opinions of the Lithuanian Museum-Archives of Canada or any employee thereof. Lithuanian Museum-Archives of Canada is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information supplied by the blogger(s).

Digging for Roots

Genealogy as a Story

Nice to meet you! I am Peg, the web developer for www.lithuanianheritage.ca. Like you I have a passion for genealogy, starting about three years ago. I am not Lithuanian but, just like you, my family immigrated to Canada. I want to know where my family came from and why. Margaret Jackson and her father James about 1916 My interest started with two old silver teaspoons: one marked “London”, one marked “St. Nazaire”. They were a gift from my great aunt ...
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Links you may be interested in

Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
Ancestry.ca

Where to begin?

Not sure how to begin your genealogical research? The Library and Archives Canada has a good finding aid to help you get started. You can find it here: Library and Archives Canada - Genealogical Studies

First Photo in Canada

Do you have a photo of the first member of your family who came to Canada?  Submit your photo here and we will post it in our gallery.

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Ramune Jonaitis studied French and Spanish in her youth, but her career path as a translator and editor led her back to working in her mother tongue. After retiring from the Lithuanian weekly Teviskes Ziburiai (Lights of Homeland), she dabbles in various creative activities, particularly mosaic art.

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