March 2021 Meeting – United Empire Loyalists

The Bruce County Genealogical Society’s next webinar is on March 8, 2021. 

Statue of the United Empire Loyalists, Hamilton, Ontario. Source: Wikimedia Commons

All Kinds of Loyalists on Monday March 8 (Zoom Webinar) at 7pm EST

During the American Revolutionary War, approximately 35% of the population of the Thirteen Colonies were loyal to King George III of Great Britain. Was your ancestor one of them? If your ancestor sided with the British, he/she was branded a Tory and faced expulsion from the newly formed United States of America at the conclusion of the war.

Join the Bruce County Genealogical Society as speaker Kathryn Lake Hogan, the past Dominion Genealogist of the United Empire Loyalists’ Association of Canada, shares tips and strategies for researching your Loyalist ancestor. To register please email the Bruce County Genealogical Society: 

February 2021 Home Children Webinar

The Bruce County Genealogical Society is not having a webinar meeting in February, but the Bruce County Historical Society is! See the information about it below.

Bruce County Historical Society‘s British Home Children on February 25, 2021 (Zoom Webinar) at 7 PM EST  Between 1869 and 1939 more than 100,000 British children, some as young as two, were sent to Canada under child migrant schemes. Join the Bruce County Historical Society, in a Zoom Webinar, as they present Dan Oatman, a member of the British Home Children Advocacy & Research Association, exploring the topic of British Home Children, including Bruce County individuals. To register please email the Bruce County Historical Society:

October 2020 Meeting


Bruce County Genealogical Society Presents

A webinar with Amy Johnson Crow
Desperately Seeking Susan: Finding Females

To register, please email or click on HERE

Researching females can be difficult but it doesn’t have to be impossible. Learn the key elements to a successful search and see a real-life example of how it all fits together.

susangraveAmy holds a Masters Degree in Library and Information Science from Kent State University, Ohio. She has held a Certified Genealogist® credential since 1995. Amy has worked at, served as the series editor for the National Genealogical Society Guides, published by Rutledge Hill Press, and was the co-author of Online Roots in that series.

 Date: October 12th

 Time: 7p.m.

To register, please email or click on HERE