Dartmouth N.S.
Family History Centre

Dartmouth/Cole Harbour Chapel
The Genealogical Society of Utah was founded in 1894 to gather records that help people trace their ancestry. In 1938 the society began preserving records on microfilm. The Family History Library in Salt Lake City has the world's largest collection of genealogical information. Most of the records date from between 1550 and 1940. Therefore, the library has few records of living persons. The library also does not have a record of everyone who has ever lived.

The 2nd Annual Family History Fair

Family History Fair This fair will include workshops focusing on family research methodologies and cultural histories, including Black Loyalists, British Home Children, Mi'kmaq and Scottish ancestry. There will be Roots Tech video presentations and family history exhibits. Also included are hands-on indexing workshops for the Billion Graves Project and the Freedmen Bureau Project. If you are not familiar with genealogy, there's a beginner's workshop with an introduction to the free online Family Search program. There are further details on each workshop included on the registration website. A luncheon is included for all participants

Family History Centre

The Dartmouth N.S. Family History Centre is located at 46 Cumberland Drive in Cole Harbour. All are welcome.
Telephone: (902) 462-0628 Tuesday 10 - 2, Wednesday 6 - 9, and Saturdays 1-4
E-mail:  ns_dartmouth@ldsmail.net

2015 Dartmouth Family History Centre