BCGS Members’ Websites and Blogs

See also Members’ Research and Indexing Projects and Members’ Interests for surnames and places that members are researching.

If you are a British Columbia Genealogical Society member, please submit your website information here in a comment or e-mail the BCGS Webmaster and it will be added as soon as possible.

Irene Bjerky – Cataline’s Packtrail: (temporarily offline)

Jim Boyce – Jim Boyce Genealogy Project and Family Tree:

Douglas Bruce – Bruce, Birnie, Warren and Related Families:

Peter Claydon’s ‘Claydon Family Information’:

Yvonne Demoskoff –
Yvonne’s Genealogy Blog:
Doukhobor Photographs:

Marian Elder’s “Lancashire Families: Arkwright, Meadow, Fairhurst, Winnard of Wigan”:

Cynthia Hamilton – McKay, McLeod, Hamilton, Last:

Loretta Houben – House of Houben:

Celia Lewis – Twigs and Trees:

Marg McLaughlin – A Genealogist’s Path to History:

Nicole Olson – Olson Family Tree at MyHeritage:

Gail Pulleyblank – Pulleyblank One Name Study:

Linda Kawamoto Reid – for Japanese Canadian Genealogy, contact Linda Kawamoto Reid at:  Website:

M. Diane Rogers –
Canada Genealogy blog: Includes SAGGERS One-Name Study information.
Postcard Craze:
Newdale, Manitoba, Canada Genealogy:
Graveyard Rabbit of BC blog:
SCOTT family website, Muiravonside, Dalmeny, Tushielaw, Galashiels, Grangemouth, in Scotland:
(Very basic trees only also at Ancestry and FindMyPast.)

Charmaine Rose -Gilhooly / Chlan tree at WikiTree:

Walter Udell – The Udell Family. Walter’s article, “A Name Marvellously Changed” originally published in The British Columbia Genealogist, June 2009 Volume 38, No.2, is republished on his website:

Alma A. Upsdell – Upsdell, Ackerman Family:

Peter Whitlock, WHITLOCK Family Ancestry, One Name Study:

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About DRogers

M. Diane Rogers is a Director and Editor and Co-webmistress of the British Columbia Genealogical Society, teaches genealogy and family history year round, and blogs at CanadaGenealogy, or, Jane's Your Aunt. She's been doing her own family research since the 1980s in Canada, the UK and the United States, Sweden and further afield. She has a lifelong interest in Canadian and women's history and is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, the Genealogical Speakers Guild and the International Society of Family History Writers and Editors

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