3 edition of genealogy of the New Brunswick branch of the descendants of Thomas Ganong [microform] found in the catalog.
genealogy of the New Brunswick branch of the descendants of Thomas Ganong [microform]
William Francis Ganong
|Statement||compiled by William Francis Ganong.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 86/5213 (C) |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 27 folded leaves : geneal. tables ; 53 x 48 cm. folded to 48 x 29 cm.|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||86127323|
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A Genealogy of the New Brunswick Branch of the Descendants of Thomas Ganong (). Ganong, Wm. ~ A Genealogy of the New Brunswick Branch of the Descendants of Thomas Ganong (first pub / revised and republished by Johnson, Daniel F.
/ see that listing) Ganong, Wm. ~ The History Of Caraquet And Pokenouche [New Brunswick]. NB Museum, Pb, 62pp., maps, Illustrations. Originally published in Acadiensis (). Ganong Roots. About 50 pages of this page book are devoted to the descendants of Thomas Carleton Ganong and James Ganong who are connected to new Brunswick.
by Ruby M. Cusack. As Cliff and I were walking home from school, Gramp came along and asked us if we wanted a drive. We were in the car before he had finished the sentence. William Francis Ganong, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., F.R.S.C., (19 February - 7 September ) was a Canadian biologist botanist, historian and botany career was spent mainly as a professor at Smith College in Northampton, his private life he contributed to the historical and geographical understanding of his native New BrunswickChildren: William Francis Ganong Jr., Ann Ganong Seidler.
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The history and settlement of Grand Manan.* Todd`s Genealogy: Welcome to the New Brunswick GenWeb Project NB GenWeb, in conjunction with the NB Mail List and NB Gen Links, is here to provide you free access to online genealogical information for your New Brunswick research.WilliamFrancis Ganong was born 19 Feb in Carleton, NewBrunswick, Canada to James Harvey Ganong and Susan E.
Brittain. He was the winner of the Parker medal in theSt. John, New Brunswick schools in At the University of New Brunswick he won various prizes, was one of thefounders of the University Monthly and was its business editor.