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  • Almonte Citizens Band 1920
  • Auld Kirk Manse
  • Innisville Bridge 1911
  • Pakenham Bridge
  • Going to Church
  • Rideau Ferry
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Welcome!
(Celebrating over 30 years of serving Lanark County)


Lanark County Genealogical Society a not-for-profit organization of family historians with patrons in Lanark County, across Canada, the USA and worldwide. It is our aim to assist members in researching family histories and in the gathering, recording and preserving of genealogical information pertaining to Lanark County.

If the Lanark County connection is a link to your past, come join us and connect with others who share your interest.


"Lanark Log" Newsletter Submissions: We are asking members to send in family stories for our newsletter. At-a-distance members could help out others by sharing some of the emigration stories of their family.

Many people from Lanark County went to Bruce, Huron & Grey Counties in the 1850's and later to Manitoba and the Dakotas. Please email your information to LCGS "Lanark Log" Newsletter Editor
Barbara Apro
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Four Cemeteries of Lanark Village and Area [Lanark Village, Pinegrove, Sacred Heart and St. Paul's Churchyard] - 100 pages of tombstone inscriptions and indexes printed in 2012 by the Lanark County Genealogical Society.
This publication sells for $15 plus mailing costs.


Rural Schools of Lanark Township Book

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Rural Schools of North Elmsley Township Book

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