New Canadian Genealogy Column a Success
EB Lapointe

Diana Lynn Tibert, a Canadian writer from Nova Scotia, has written a genealogy column since November, 2005. The column appears in several Atlantic newspapers.  

"With this column, I hope to help beginners and long-time genealogists research their family trees. With thousands of sources available, it is impossible to know them all. Through this column, I would like to explore as many of these sources as possible. One never knows where they'll find the key to unlock the mysterious in their family history," said Tibert.

The column, entitled, "Roots to the Past", currently appears as a Sunday column for The Daily News, Halifax, Nova Scotia <>; The Citizen, Amherst, Nova Scotia (does not have a website);  The Journal-Pioneer, Summerside, Prince Edward Island <> and The Western Star, Corner Brook, Newfoundland & Labrador <>.

The first part of the column is a subject of interest to readers of the newspapers ,and the second part is open to the readers to submit their queries. "Although I don't have time to personally research the family trees of others, I hope by placing short queries from the readers with the column it will help them in their research," she said.

Her website is <>. Her e-mail is <>.

05 March, 2006

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