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Centre Contacts and Hours
Location & Map:
- 6270 126th Street Surrey BC south side of building. There is a buzzer just to the left of the main doors to be buzzed.
- Parking is free for our patrons.
E-mail: email@example.com or BC_Surrey@ldsmail.net
Open Hours: 2014
- Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 11:00am to 4:00 pm
- Also open Wednesday evening 4 - 8 pm the first two Wednesdays, and any 5th Wednesdays of the month.
- Also open by appointment
- Contact us: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the center at 604-597-9695 and leave a message.
- Holiday Schedule: 2014 - TBA
- Please contact our centre to get up to date closures, to check our hours, or to arrange group visits or special help.
Calendar and Events
Finding Your Roots Seminar - October 18th 2014
Over 35 classes - all day - classes to be announced.
Class Schedule - to be announced
2014 Patron Seminars at the Surrey Family History Center located at 6270 - 126 St, Surrey, BC, Canada - call 604-597-9695 or email email@example.com to pre-register.
- Family History Library Catalog Online Films: You can order your films online and have the items sent to our Family Search Centre to view.
- Over 1500 extended films ub in the centre
- Thousands of books and fiche all dealing with research from all parts of the world.
- Up to date film indexes for Ontario.
- An Extended films database of all the extended films in our center. It is organized by country for easy searching.
- A Book File listing all books held by this center is available for search at the Centre.
- A new films and new books listing of materials added to the center is available for search at the Centre.
- NEW Iceland Census and Indexes as listed below (hardcopy in binders):
Iceland 1703 Census The 1703 Census of the whole of Iceland continued in a second binder.
Iceland 1703 , 1729 Census The 1703 Census of the whole of Iceland continued. The 1729 Census of the whole of Iceland.
Iceland 1762 Census Index Index to the 1762 Census for Iceland
Iceland 1801 Census Index Index to the 1801 Census for Iceland
Iceland 1801 Census Index with Family Groups Index to the 1801 Census for Iceland with Family Groups
Iceland 1816 Census Index Iceland 1816 Census Index - Last name Index
Iceland 1845 Census Index Binder 1 Iceland 1845 Census Index Binder 1 / Book 1 Surnames Abela - Gudlaug
Iceland 1845 Census Index Binder 2 Iceland 1845 Census Index Binder 2 / Book 2 Surnames Gudlaugur - Hoskuldur
Iceland 1845 Census Index Binder 3 Iceland 1845 Census Index Binder 3 / Book 3 Surnames Idbjorg - Kristin
Iceland 1845 Census Index Binder 4 Iceland 1845 Census Index Binder 4 / Book 4 Surnames Kristjana - Sigridur
Iceland 1845 Census Index Binder 5 Iceland 1845 Census Index Binder 5 / Book 5 Surnames Sigrun - Ossur
Iceland Guide to 1703, 1729, 1801 Volume 1, Volume 2, 1816, 1845 Guide to the complete Census for Iceland for 1703, 1729, 1801 Volume 1 Volume 2, 1816, 1845
- NEW BOOKS:
Planters and Pioneers, Limited Revised Edition 2006 - Dr. Esther Clark Wright - Justin Wentzell publisher - early New Brunswick settlers.
Ukraine Ukrainian Research 2013 State Archives 947.7 Villages within Parishes. Languages for months of the year translation. Ukrainian American Collection. Manuscript collections. Other resources Ukraine ( internet ) Ukrainians in North America by Professor Bohdan P. Procko 20-Sep-13
Canada Canadian National Censuses 1871,1881,1891,1901 2002 Family Search 971 How to navigate census giving Family History Library film number. 20-Sep-13
Canada Ontario Land Records 2003 Family Search 971 How to search Ontario Land records. Steps 1 by surname, Step 2 by land by description, Step 3 by probate records, Step 4 other types. Book referenced 'Genealogy in Ontario, Searching the Records', Brenda D. Merreman is in our Surrey FHC Library. 20-Sep-13
CanadaThis is Alberta 1963 The Albertan 971.2 This is Alberta is a compilation of newpaper articles from ' The Albertan ' Articles include - this is Alberta p 91, day of the fur traders p 93 - 8, Grain - Keystone of our Economy and Canada's stock in trade. Look back at pioneer life, pioner past. Railway, planes, oil, tar sands, gas, banks, nature, agriculture. History of Alberta. 20-Sep-13
Databases and Software
- FHC Portal: This centre has access to the Family History Centre Portal page which gives free access in the centre to premium family history software and websites that generally charge for subscriptions. Just to name a few of these premium sites are Find My Past, World Vital Records, Ancestry,com
- We also have other database programs for information storing of your genealogical work such as PAF (Personal Ancestral File), Legacy, Roots Magic, and Ancestral Quest to name a few. We have the deluxe paid versions at our centre. You may download the basic free version for use at home.
Hardware and Equipment
Our centre has 12 computers, 4 printers, 3 fiche readers, 6 film readers including 2 high magnification readers, 1 digital film/fiche reader and a multi functional digital copier/scanner/printer. We recently added 10 computers with Windows 7 to replace old computers.
Group Visits - youth groups, adult groups, etc.
-email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the centre 604-597-9695, or 604-536-7571 for information on booking and what types of instruction are available, etc.
Staff Research Specialties
Director: Jeannie Vance
Patron Services Coordinator: Delva Priest
Technical Coordinator:John Harvey
Training Coordinator: Jocelyn Sippel
Scheduling Coordinator: Barbara McMullin
Associate Administrator: Jacquie Jarvis
Film Orders Coordinator: Marion Blaikie & Jeannie Vance
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