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Huron County Newspaper News

The Huron County, Ontario newspapers are being digitized and put online. This is great news for those of us with ancestors who lived there. According to the website digitization will be a long term project. Microfilm copies of the newspapers can also be seen at any Huron County branch library.

The following newspapers have been digitized but more will be added.

  •  The Blyth Standard, 1893-1977
  • The Wingham Times, 1885-1916
  • The Wingham Advance, 1902-1921
  • The Huron Signal (Goderich), 1848-1936
  • The Exeter Advocate, 1888-1924
  • The Exeter Times, 1873-1924
  • The Exeter Times Advocate, 1925-1926
  • The Brussels Post, 1884-1929

Get more information or view the newspapers.  I’ll add the link to my Canadian Newspapers page so you’ll always have easy access to it.

Tara Shymanski, genealogy specialist

I’ve been researching my family history for almost 30 years and decided to make career out of my passion for genealogy. To prepare for this new career I completed 40 courses to obtain a Professional Learning Certificate in Genealogical Studies – Canadian Records from the National Institute of Genealogical Studies.  These courses coupled with years of research have made me a specialist Canadian records.

I have presented lectures on Canadian Newspapers, Researching in Ontario, Where to find Records in Canada, Fun with Family History and Land Records in Ontario.

I specialize in Canadian research but also do research in England and United States.

If you’d like to hire me to research your family please contact me at tshymanski@gmail.com