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The Carp Review and Carleton County Advertiser, Carp, Carleton county, Ontario: births, marriages and deaths 1951-1953
Although the paper was published in Carp, its circulation covered most of Carleton County and adjacent areas. As such it contained articles, notices, advertisements and birth, marriage and death announcements from much of the County. This book will therefore be of interest to anyone doing genealogical research throughout Carleton County.
The Carp Review and Carleton County Advertiser was published weekly, from February 25, 1904 until 1966. Mr. James Evoy was the editor throughout much existence with Mr. Gordon Fenn being the editor for the final years.
This tenth volume of the Carp Review and Carleton County Advertiser beginning with the year 1905, is the final one in this series, having reached the personal memories of most of the readers interested in the history of "The Valley". Earlier volumes in this series are available from the Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society.
The micro-films (1905-1930), the hard copies of the newspaper and the file cards for each volume are held at the City of Ottawa Archives, 111 Sussex Drive in the old Ottawa City Hall. These can be seen on week-days at no charge and the parking is free. Telephone (613) 580-2424 Ext. 3333 or e-mail email@example.com. All previous volumes of this series are held in the library of the Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, also at the City Archives and copies are available for sale at firstname.lastname@example.org
The book is 118 pages in length and is in 8.5 x 11 inch format. With over 10 items on each page, there are over 1200 events listed in the volume.
The book is available in two bindings: Perfect Binding and Coil Binding. Please specify which binding you prefer and your order will be filled as per your request while quantities last.