Ontario Team

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Welcome to the Ontario Team, part of the Canada Project.

Team Leader:Christine Daniels

Team Members: Laurie Cruthers | Mags Gaulden | Kathryn Hogan | Melissa McKay | David Hughey | Hannah Berney | Steve Maxted | Barry Sweetman | Christine Daniels | Ross Henderson | Ken McEvoy | Joe Patterson | Catherine Trewin |Jelena Eckstädt | Alexandra Carter | Robert Webb |Peggy Watkins | Amy Gilpin | Nicole Duchesne | Culley Schweger Bell | Lawrence Bailey | Barbara Richards | John Goodwin | Robin Helstrom | John Campbell | Michael Schell | Ron Raymer | Vickie Wilson | Anne Creighton| Deanna McHugh | Lisa Hems | Mike Mintz | Barbara Davis | Kandita Post | B E Smith | Kelley Evans | Gilberte Renaud | Lisa Hilleli | Lynda (Hill) Toneri | Cody Johnson | Lorraine (Burley) Nagle | Tim Bahula | Anne (Seymour) Burnham | Craig Kanalley | George Smith | Liza (Macklem) Gervais | Judi Stutz | Betsy Ko | Gary Milks | Steve Gates | Richard Hill | Kie (Entrikin) Zelms | Anne Fiordalisi

Please join us! Since we are a part of the Canada Project, you must join the project first. You can then add Ontario to your list of followed|tags and a leader will add your name to this list.



  • to bring together WikiTreers with an interest in Ontario families to share resources and help with research
  • to create and improve profiles of notable Ontarians
  • to create Free Space pages for places, events and other topics of genealogical interest pertaining to Ontario

Ontario Free Space Pages

Several members have set up free space pages on various topics pertaining to Ontario. You are encouraged to add profiles or information to the existing pages or to set up new pages.

Ontario Place Pages

Ontario Notables

If you like writing bios and connecting people, dozens of interesting people’s profiles need your help. When you’ve finished, please update the person’s entry on the worksheet.

Ontario Location Fields

WikiTree’s Location Field Style Guide requires the use of place names used at whatever time period is covered by the profile ("use their conventions instead of ours" using the “names that people at the time used, even if they now no longer exist”). Here are a few tips regarding Ontario place names:

  • Today’s Ontario was Province of Quebec from 1763-1791, Upper Canada from 1791-1841 and Canada West from 1841 until Confederation in 1867.
  • Our Ontario ancestors were often unimaginative. A county, township and town can all carry the same name; for example, Waterloo (town), Waterloo (township), Waterloo (county). This is why it’s important to check census data to find out if the person profiled lived in a town or a township.
  • In the 1990s and early 2000s, politicians decided to amalgamate various townships and towns and attached new names that many Ontarians don’t use. Unfortunately, FindAGrave uses these new designations and you’ll find many Ontario profiles with 19th-century folk living in Minden Hills, for example, rather than plain old Minden.

Ontario Categories

Please see Category: Ontario for useful information on categorization. Today’s Ontario was called Province of Québec from 1763-1791, Upper Canada from 1791-1841 and Canada West from 1841 until Confederation in 1867. The restructuring of location categories is mostly complete. If you have any questions, or find you need a category created, please get in touch with Amy Gilpin.

Free Space Pages Attached to Categories

Ontario Resources

Please add to this list. Ontario Resources

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Looks like both Brampton and Mississuaga may be merged into the city of Peel later this year if the Ontario government gets it's way.
posted by M Ross
Hi I found this family associated with mine and they Canadian. I like to add them to Canada Project.


Hi Billie,

Go ahead and open the privacy level, complete the biography, and then the team will look at the profile again. Thanks - Cheers ~ Judi

posted by Judi Stutz
edited by Judi Stutz
Hi I opened privacy not sure what to do on biographies so will let team take care it.


! would be willing to volunteer for the Ontario Location Fields project when it get up and running.
posted by Tim Harbinson
I've been working outside of WikiTree on a very large McCool one name study for about five years - and am slowly porting my work here. At least two major McCool lines have strong Ontario connections. I've added the first of them to the Ontario Free Space pages list. Please comment if that wasn't appropriate or if I should link it in a different way. Thanks!
posted by Kevin Ireland
edited by Kevin Ireland
Upper Canada Land Books : with full-text search, 41 reels , click link to vew images within each book. Gives names locations dates, etc.

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