Links of Interest - McClellandfinal

The McClellands of Canada
Descendants of John McClelland of County Armagh
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Language of Scotland:
Scotland Database - - this is a pay for view site and has Scottish records going back to the 1500's, such as birth, christening, death, marriage and census records.
England - FreeBMD(birth, marriage, deaths) database -
Ireland Database- - site claims to have over 17 million records on site. Requires a membership (free) to search.  Fee for viewing results, registration certificates can be downloaded
A History of Ireland - Wikipedia:
Canadian World War I Veterans - - this site is part of the Canadian Genealogy Centre, Library and Archives, Canada.  You can search for any veteran who signed up for service in the Canadian Expeditionary Forces overseas during World War I
Wesleyan Baptismal Register:  - This site is a transcription of the Wesleyan Methodist Baptismal Register and is fully searchable.
Western Canada Land Grants: from 1870 to 1930.  This is a fully searchable database of the land patents issued by the Department of the Interior in western Canada.
Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid: It has a fully searchable database of many cemeteries in Ontario.
Manitoba Vital Statistics - - this is a searchable site for births, deaths and marriages in Manitoba.  You can also order copies of certificates.
Saskatchewan Vital Statistics - This is a searchable site for some births and deaths, but is very limited in scope.
Saskatchewan Archives Board- Contains a wide variety of information on early Saskatchewan history but does not have a database on individuals.
Bill Martin - A site with a ton of links to all sorts of genealogy sites
Newfoundland/Labrador - - a wide variety of genealogy links for the province.
Canadian Genealogy Centre - - general information on searching for Canadian ancestors, census data, births, marriages, deaths, etc. and free access to many databases.
Canadian Census Records- Automated Genealogy - You can view census returns for free for the years1851, 1852, 1901, 1906, 1911.  All census data was transcribed by volunteers.
Canadian Census Records - LAC: These are the official Canadian Census Records of the Library and Archives, Government of Canada
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