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Genealogical resources in the Special Collection and the Reference Department do not circulate and are for in library use only.Identification, such as a library card or driver's license, may be required to use certain items.Information is listed in both general alphabetical order (i.e. Listing residents by name and sometimes by address, dating back to 1860, they are an invaluable resource for genealogical researchers.- M's are all together, but not in alphabetical order within each letter) and by plot designation, and provides the name, date of interment, plot designation, section (if applicable), undertaker, and, in some instances, the name and address of the owner of the plot (which is not always the deceased). Directories provide information on early street names, locations and types of businesses and industries, names, addresses, occupations and spouses of residents, and a general picture of the times.Maps from 1858 to the present outline the ongoing development of the city and the Lower Mainland.If you’ve never tried calling a late night singles chat line, you don’t know what you are missing.
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Researchers may also wish to visit the Museum of the Royal Westminster Regiment, located in The Armory at 530 Queen's Avenue, New Westminster.
For information about the Regiment and their museum, please call 604-526-5116To search for names of those who died serving in both World Wars, the South African War and the Korean War, you can search the Book of Remembrance online at:
The Reference Department clips and indexes local newspapers on an ongoing basis.
The New Westminster Clipping File contains articles dating back to the late 1950's under such headings as Biography (by name), May Day (by year), Schools, and many other topics of local interest.