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    Where In Ontario Is Dundas County Dundas County was established in 1792 and named in honour of Henry Dundas, Viscount Melville (1741-1811). The area was surveyed in 1783 in preparation for the arrival of United Empire Loyalists.

    Dundas County is located in South-Eastern Ontario.

  • 1788-1792 Part of Lunenburg District
  • 1792-1850 Part of Eastern District
  • 1850-present - Part of the municipality of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry.

    Dundas County


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    A volunteer is needed to maintain this website and answer visitor enquiries regarding genealogy research in this area.

    A host is a person who is knowledgeable about Dundas County. Knowledge includes knowing what genealogy resources are available for this particular area of Ontario and where they can be found -- inside and outside of Ontario. Personal research experience in this area is a bonus.

    Also seeking Consultants volunteers who are knowledgeable about this area but have no desire to maintain a website. A consultant has one task: to answer inquiries about doing genealogy research in Dundas County. Personal research experience in/of Dundas County is required. Where you live is not an issue.

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    Questions about genealogy in Dundas? Ask:

  • David Agar
  • Kathryn Johnson Joly

  • Thanks to Cheryl McLaughlin for hosting Dundas County GenWeb 1998-2007
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