Baptisms, births, marriages, and deaths
Civil registration of births, marriages, and deaths (also known as Vital Statistics) began in Manitoba in 1882. Before that local church records are the best source of information. Churches recorded baptisms, but not births. The denomination must be known for church registrations of baptisms, marriages, and deaths. Parish, diocese, or mission district should be known as well.
In addition to civil registrations, this agency has some incomplete church records prior to 1882. They will be searched only when the denomination is known.
Index to the Obituaries of Brandon Newspapers 1900-1909
Consult at: South West Branch, MGS
Lieux de mémoire : Des lieux du Manitoba perpétuent le souvenir des soldats morts à la guerre (ca. 2003)
Publié sous la direction de Gerald F. Holm et Anthoney P. Buchner
Preparé par le Programme des noms géographiques du Manitoba
Published in English as A Place of Honour: Manitoba's war dead commemorated in its geography
Includes bibliographical references
A Place of Honour: Manitoba's war dead commemorated in its geography (2003)
Gerald F. Holm and Anthoney P. Buchner, editors
Prepared by Manitoba Geographical Names Program
Published in French as Lieux de mémoire : Des lieux du Manitoba perpétuent le souvenir des soldats morts à la guerre
They shall grow not old: a book of remembrance (ca. 1993)
Les Allison and Harry Hayward
Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum Inc., Brandon, Manitoba
Consult at: Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum; GNBC Secretariat
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