Welcome to my genealogy web site. On this web site, you can find the research that I have conducted on my family’s history. You can find a list of the important families on this site below or here.
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Most of the families on this tree emigrated from Europe to Canada in the 19th century. Below is a list of the main branches on my tree sorted by country of origin.
|England to Canada||Scotland to Canada||Ireland to Canada||Germany to Canada||USA to Canada|
Born in 1902, Ludwig Hamann, my husband’s grandfather, lived in Germany in a tumultuous time. He experienced the First World War and the interwar period when life in Germany was difficult for many. He joined a company that sold chicory coffee in 1922 and worked as a salesman for many years. Around that time, he also [Read more …]
Recent comments and inquiries about my Burke family research have reminded me that I do have a couple of additional pieces of information to add to the Burke family story. In a previous post, I mentioned that I believed that I had found the brother of my g-g-g-grandfather David Burk. I believe that David and [Read more …]
I have done some major work on the web site in the last few months. I have updated its look (yay!), and I have made some behind the scene changes that make some things easier for me (and hopefully for readers too). Twigged also has a brand-new Facebook page if you would like to follow [Read more …]
As I was researching the connection between the families of David and Richard Burk(e) something stood out for me. Richard Burke’s wife Mary Ann Shouldice died in 1873 after the birth of her son Frederick Whitlock. Richard Burke was left to raise 10 children by himself. Normally, a widower with children would remarry. Richard never [Read more …]