I don’t like PDF files or they’re not easily accessible for me. May I have a copy of one of the BCGS handouts or a BCGS form in another format, for example, in Microsoft Word or in Open Office or Office Libre? Continue reading
Start with the basics.
Write down your name, your date of birth, your place of birth.
Then write down your parents’ information. And then write down Continue reading
I found your site today, and am curious as to whether I can search for my ancestors on your database without becoming a member. If I cannot, can you refer me to a similar organization which is free. I have many distant relatives in your area, and I do not live in your immediate area. My ancestors came from England, and settled in the US and Canada. Thank you for your time. Continue reading
The BCGS has three parking stalls in front of the Unit, and one numbered stall (#211) near the 76th Ave. main entrance to the complex. Otherwise, parking is on the shoulders of either 76th Ave. or 128th Street subject to any municipal restrictions.
The roadway on the North side of our unit is a fire lane and cars parked there or in front of other units in the complex are subject to tow-away.
The address of the BCGS Walter Draycott Library & Resource Centre is Unit 211, 12837 – 76th Avenue, in Surrey, BC, Canada.
If you come by car:- (1) via the Patullo Bridge, stay on King George Highway to 76th Ave., turn right and continue on 76th Ave. 12837 is on the north side of 76th Ave., just before you reach 128th Street. (2) via Scott Road turn left on 96th Ave., and follow the above directions. The distance is the same. (3) via Alex Fraser Bridge, take the 72nd Avenue exit, stay on 72nd to 128th Street, turn left, and at 76th Avenue turn right. (4) via Highway 10, go North on 128th Street to 76th Avenue, and turn right.
If you are using public transit, the 323 bus goes between Surrey Central Station and Newton Exchange, about every half hour. For further information on bus schedules, see the Translink website or call Translink at 604 953 3333.