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Brockville Tabernacle

 

Meetings are now being held at The Brockville Museum, 5 Henry St., corner of Water St. and Henry St., on the 2nd Monday of each month except in October when it is the 3rd Monday at 7:30 p.m.

Note: No meetings in July and August

Our meetings always have an interesting speaker on an interesting topic to assist the researcher in Leeds & Grenville and other areas.

Guests are always welcome and there is a chair waiting for you on the 2nd Monday of the month.

 

 Upcoming Meetings in 2014

 

Location:  The Brockville Museum

 5 Henry Street. Parking is to the south of the museum.

 Time: 7:30 pm

The public are always invited to attend.

Refreshments after.  

 

Brian Tackaberry is speaker on March 9, 2015

                                                      

THE LOST GENERATION: ALMONTE AND AREA DURING WW1, which is a look at the experiences, regiments and men of a typical small town in Ontario during the Great War.  Much of the information was obtained by Brian's research into the 100 local men who died in WW1 for the book he edited called "The Lost Generation of Mississippi Mills; WW1 Casualties" published in 2014 to mark the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the War.

Brian Tackaberry was born and raised in Trenton, and attended Queens University in Kingston, and a long time resident of Almonte where he is a retired math and music teacher from Almonte and District High School.  He is also the conductor of the Perth Citizens Band, Canada's oldest continuous Town Band.
He has been a long time researcher into history and genealogy, especially back to the United Empire Loyalists and other pioneers who settled in eastern Ontario and Quinte area, serving for over 10 years as President of the Bay of Quinte Branch UEL.  Most recently with his work through the North Lanark Historical Society, he researched and edited the book "The Lost Generation of Mississippi Mills" which told the story of 100 people from the Almonte area killed in World War 1, not all mentioned on local cenotaphs. His presentation this evening is based on some of the research uncovered about Almonte and area during that time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Write Up of Past Meetings

April 14, 2008 (Potash with Stephen Heaton)

Joint Meeting, 12 Nov. 07

For information, please contact:

E-mail:  leedsgrenvillegenealogical@bellnet.ca

Telephone:  613-342-7773

 

 

 

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