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  • * The Archives will be closed during the months of July and August 2015 (renovations)


    ** Thank you to all who attended
    "Unlocking the Past".
    Photos here:
    https://www.facebook.com/archiveshemmingford/posts/671320679661378

    * Also Huntingdon Gleaner full page story here.


    Unlocking the Past

    Saturday April 25, 2015
  • 1pm - 4 pm

  • 450 Frontier, Hemmingford
At the historic home of Pamela Stirling
*Free admission and refreshments*
Speakers explain and reveal Hemmingford artifacts of the 1890's
The Julius Scriver portrait and relics of the first St-Romain church seen in public for the first time in 120 years!
More here, pages 6 and 7:
http://infohemmingford.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/avril-2015.pdf




* HEMMINGFORD HISTORICAL ARCHIVES NEWSLETTER – NOVEMBER 2014


* ARCHIVES HISTORIQUES HEMMINGFORD BULLETIN - NOVEMBRE 2014


               

September 21, 2013 * CBC Radio discovers Hemmingford Historical Archives!

September, 2013 new * Hemmingford Protestant Cemetery -  The photography and documentation of the gravestones have been completed. This represents over 1500 burials. Plot numbers will be added later, in cooperation with the Hemmingford Protestant Cemetery Committee.


April, 2013  * "Sent Away". An interview with Beryl Tovim of Hemmingford


April, 2013  * Hemmingford Victoria Loyal Orange Lodge No. 69 Banner - 1860s


April, 2013  * Drum and Hemmingford Flag from the 1837-1838 Rebellions - 1838








Sept 2012* The Archives have moved! (2012)  Photos here and story in The Gleaner.

March 2012* Important acquisition of 1831 letters from Hemmingford to England here.



                                                
              Bienvenue à ~ Welcome to
                            
Archives Historiques de Hemmingford Historical Archives

Dédié à la préservation et le partage de l'héritage historique de
Hemmingford, Québec, Canada
                  ~~~~~
Dedicated to preserving and sharing the historical heritage of                      
Hemmingford, Quebec, Canada


"Behold the work of the Old.  Let your Heritage not be lost,
but Bequeath it as a Memory, Treasure and Blessing.
Gather the lost and the Hidden and Preserve it for Thy Children."
                                                   Christian Metz-1846





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8 Apr 2015, 05:37
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Dan Mark,
16 Mar 2015, 10:04
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