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Newfoundland's Grand Banks Genealogy Site
Historic Twillingate District

This is a good starting point for people
researching their ancestors in Newfoundland's
Twillingate District. This area will concentrate
on all communities, including islands,
from approximately Port Albert
(in the East) to Shoe Cove and
Cape St. John (in the West)

Help Wanted!

Can you help us locate: Cemetery Records,
Church Records, Census Books,
Old Community Photos, Obituaries,
Old Newspapers, Historical Information,
or other Genealogical gems?

Twillingate Map
Twillingate Photo
Twillingate - Notre Dame Bay, early 1900's
If you would like to help just e-mail the Co-coordinators below!

Our Collection of Twillingate District Information

Official Records
Other Lists Newspapers, Family,
Church, and Historical Info
Parish Records Plantations (1700-1825) Newspaper Obits
Vital Statistics Records Passenger Lists  
Cemetery Records   The Twillingate Sun
City Directories & Gazetteers 1889 and 1948 Voter's List Church Society Reports
  Community Name Changes Historical Articles
Census Records   Family & Community Pictures
Wills, Deeds, & Grants Index Miscellaneous Items  

Another useful tool a Map of the New World Islands.


Twillingate District Coordinators:
Natalie Hyde
Valerie Whalen


Page Revised by Craig Peterman (Tuesday March 26, 2013)

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