How to read the codes for vital statistic records at the BC archives:I'm excited to share this with you. Despite pulling birth, marriage, and death records (BMDs) back in 2018, I'd forgotten this little trick for reading registration codes and was utterly confused my first day. Now I'm sharing it with you (and my future self, who will forget again). There are two different methods depending on whether the records were produced before or after 1944. We will start with the easier ones: record produced after 1944.
I spend a week at my first ever intensive genealogy conference and live to tell the tale.
I look at my top 10 best read blog posts and reflect on what made them the best.
I can hardly remember now what it was like to travel without tech. A journal and a pen! Post restante mail! It's like the Dark Ages - listen up kids, let me tell you about the time I had to line up for my mail... For this trip I spent a lot of time and money choosing, buying,… Continue reading Travels in China – the tech
FAQs about the Heritage of Cantonese Migration Tour, 2019
I introduce you to professor Henry Yu, and share some of his work on Chinese Canadian history.
Part 1 of my multipart series on travelling to Sze Yup, Guangdong, China to find my family roots.