Origins & Descendants of
  Chaleur Bay Families


  New Carlisle, Quebec, on the Chaleur Coast

Breaking Down Those Brickwalls

All genealogists quickly run into the problem of correctly identifying certain individuals they are looking for, or in verifying relationships between identified individuals. Eventually most of a family historian's time is spent with these problems. These "brickwalls" are the subject of this portion of the Chaleur Genealogy website.

One of the best ways to identify and clarify is to share information with others by showing what your research has turned up in your attempt to tear down the "brickwall," or by sharing your research successes. Frequently these collaborative attempts are further enhanced by maximizing the information about multiple generations in the "brickwall" families.

I'm looking for genealogists who research the Chaleur area who would like to participate in this project both by sharing through suggestions to the moderator of a particular section or by submitting their own problem. Email me for details on how to submit your "brickwall" problem, or your solution, and become the moderator for your section. This is, of course, free of any charge.

   
FEATURE ARTICLES
 

feature 1 Alexander Brotherton This Brotherton data is from Susan Sylke. As moderator, she will accept comments and suggestions concerning her data.

feature 2 Family 2. This link awaits data to be submitted from another family and a moderator.

feature 3 Family 3. This link awaits data to be submitted from another family and a moderator.

feature 4 Family 4. This link awaits data to be submitted from another family and a moderator.

 
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