Its mission is to research, preserve, and share our roots and our history, our documents, pictures, and stories, and to bring the family together.Continue reading
This has nothing to do with the family history objectives of this website, but I wanted to post it on the web somewhere, in the hope that others might find it and that it might help them avoid having to go through what we have gone through recently.
If you have a mobile home and the title says that Bombardier Capital has a lien against it, we’ll tell you what you need to do. We learned it the hard way, but we’d like to make it easier for you.Continue reading
A few years ago I wrote about the DNA evidence that seems to confirm our descent from a couple who lived in Yorkshire in the second half of the eighteenth century. In the almost two years since then, I’ve found even more evidence.Continue reading
He Would Have Been Ninety-Five on Remembrance Day This Year
Joe Warner, my father, was born on Armistice Day of 1926. It was the eighth anniversary of the end of World War I. Exactly eighteen years and five months later, on April 11, 1945, he enlisted in the Canadian Infantry Corps.Continue reading
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I have just learned of the passing of Warner family member Cathy Coleman this past June. It is with great sadness that I share the news with all of you.Continue reading
University of Toronto Paediatric Residency Program
We’re very proud of our cousin Warner Finstad, who is is in the second year of his post-graduate residency at Sick Kids® Hospital in Toronto. He was recently chosen as one of the recruiting spokespersons for the University of Toronto Paediatric Residency Program.Continue reading
I have a Christmas story for you about a humble young couple, a long and difficult winter’s journey, and a beloved baby boy.
No, it isn’t the couple, the journey, or the baby you’re thinking of. It happened about 1,830 years after that other couple travelled to Bethlehem to be counted and taxed.Continue reading