|Genealogy | How to | Norfolk Resources
There are literally dozens if not hundreds of
Norfolk County genealogy resources. Any one may have the answer(s) you seek.
But there are four (in our opinion) you must check before proclaiming "I'm
done!" That makes them good places to start.
|Norfolk Historical Society
housed at the Eva Brook Donly Museum, 109 Norfolk Street South, Simcoe,
Ontario. The premiere Norfolk County genealogy resource. This is
where you will find most local historical records. If you can't
visit, write or email for assistance. The NHS provides online assistance
|Robert Mutrie, Norfolk's leading
professional researcher. Bob lives and breathes early Norfolk genealogy. He
may already know your Norfolk pioneer ancestors better than you ever
will. His Long Point Settlers book has helped hundreds verify early facts.
His research is first rate and very affordable. Bob has generously
supplied many resource to this web site.
|Ontario Genealogy Society/Norfolk Branch should be your first stop for
transcripts. Check out their
|norfolklore.com (this web site) has historial transcriptions and more not available anywhere else. Frequently updated and expanded, it is also free. (Have you bookmarked us yet?)