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EASTERBROOK GENEALOGY 

The history of the Easterbrook family name 

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Canada

The Dominion of Canada was formed on July 1, 1867, when the British colonies of Canada, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia were merged to form a single Dominion within the British Empire. Canada continued to expand across North America as other British colonies and territories joined with or were ceded to Canada, eventually growing from four provinces to ten provinces and three territories. Politically, Canada gained increasing independence in the 20th century, eventually becoming a fully sovereign state in 1982. (Wikipedia).

Families in Canada are documented under the area of the country that the family first settled. Although many families remained in these areas, some descendants moved to new areas as the populated areas of Canada expanded at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries. Click the area of interest on the map of modern-day Canada: Atlantic and Maritime Provinces Ontario and Quebec, Lower and Upper Canada Ontario and Quebec, Lower and Upper Canada Prarie Provinces Western Canada Northern Territories

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Easterbrook Family History 2020-08-14 2020-06-14
© Copyright Mark Easterbrook 2003-2020 (Hampshire, England).
The Family Tree diagrams and reports are generated from a GeneWeb database.
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