We need volunteers to do lookups.
Do you have books, Census records, CD's,
Newspapers, etc? If you would like to volunteer, please send
an e-mail . We need your help!
- Balsam Bay St Luke's Anglican Cemetery - RM of St Clement's
- Victoria Beach Cemetery - RM of Victoria Beach (from MGS)
Has a local history book entitled "And They Built an Alter "
published in 1983 which includes the history and heritage of the
Brokenhead (Beausejour) community. This publication also includes
- Rosalia Basznianin, born 1881 and died 1971, emigrated to
Canada on May, 1913 with her four small children after the death of her
husband Waleska (Alexius) Basznianin in Zabiala, Oleszyce Stare,
Austria (at that time). They settled in Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba. One of
her children is my grandfather, Nicholas Boznianin, born October 7,
1906 and still living in Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba where he spent his
life farming. Zabiala, Oleszyce Stare, Austria is a Ukrainian ethnic
territory. It still exists today, however, resultant of World War I
border shifts is now located
in southeastern Poland next to the western Ukraine. Somewhere down
the line our last name was changed from Basznianin to Boznianin. There
is a government Homestead file on Nicholas Boznianin who, upon growing
up, applied for and successfully was granted a Dominion Land Grant.
This how he started farming and remained a farmer his entire life.
Nicholas Boznianin married Mary Ferchuk in Manitoba on February 17,
1932 and the had two children (one of whom is my father Michael P.
Michael P. Boznianin married Dorothy Hegland and they had seven
- Is willing to do Cemetery transcript lookups of the
following Eastern Region Communities - Richer, Ile des Chenes,
St-Adolphe, Ste-Adolphe, Aubigny, Lorette, Dufresne, &
- has the history book: Niverville - A History, 1878 -
1986 and she is willing to do look ups in this book.
Lisa Haji Abbasi
- is willing to do lookups in the following books and
"Springfield: The First Rural Municipality" includes local
family history's for Cooks Creek, Sapton, Melrose, Hazelglen,
Hazelridge, Eastdale. Many of these early East European settlers
from the Cieszanow / Lubaczow district of Galicia, Austria, including
villages like Oleszcye, Oleszcye Stare, Sucha Wola, Lipina, Stare
Siolo, Zabiala, Dachnow, Dzkiw, Milkow, Szczutkow, Borchow, Ruda
Rozaneica, Narol etc.
Today this area is located in Southeastern Poland and also referred to
as Western Ukraine prior to the border changes after the war.
I have copied many baptism and marriage records from these villages
whose names appear in the Cooks Creek, Manitoba area
"Garson Then and Now" Local family history's for the
Garson / Tyndall area.
Cemetery Transcriptions for all Ukrainian and Polish
Cemeteries in the Springfield Municipality.
Karen is willing to do lookups in the the book "Logs and
Lines" from Winnipeg River, a history of the Lac du Bonnet area.
The book has family stories and a local history of the area.
- Bill is willing to do lookups in the book " They Stopped At
A Good Place" A history of the Beausejour, Brokenhead, Garson and
area of Manitoba, 1875 - 1981
George Paulus Adolf LINDWALL married
Jennie ADOLPHSON on September 6, 1928 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. They
were married in a Lutheran church located at 372 Logan Avenue,
He was a carpenter aged 25 residing in
Winnipeg and born in Sweden. His father's name was
Gustav and he was a stone mason in Sweden. Jennie was 15. Her father's name was
Andreas Adolphson. He was deceased at the time of marriage and he was
also born in Sweden. Her mother's name was Maria Hammerback.
Andrew Adolphson, carpenter, 35 years old,
born in Sweden. Married Maria Hammerback, 32 years old, born in
Sweden at the Lutheran Church located at 372 Logan Avenue, Winnipeg,
MB on April 23, 1913.
Ottar Berentsen Hegland born in Norway
married Jean Violet Adolphson on January 20, 1948 at the United Church
located at 273 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba.