Ancestry Library Edition: Start searching billions of records — including census, vital, church, court, and immigration records — and discover your family’s story! Available for In-Library use only.
Britannica Public Library Edition: This online encyclopedia has three different access levels (kids, teens, general) to create a smooth research experience.
ChiltonLibrary.com: Get detailed information to tackle vehicle maintenance & repairs. Thousands of year/make/model combinations!
Mango Languages: Explore over 70 languages with courses that cover realistic conversation skills. Learn English, Spanish, Chinese, and more (even Pirate)!
Small Engine Repair Reference Center: User-friendly (yet detailed) repair guides for all manner of small engines, including disassembly & routine maintenance. Use your 8-digit library membership card number to login. If you have a 4-digit number, just add four zeros in front (e.g. 1234 becomes 00001234).
Agnes Macphail Website: Discover the Grey County roots of Canada’s first female Member of Parliament.
Agnes Macphail Digitization Project: Browse unique local artifacts, photos, and images.
Local Newspapers: View the complete pages of the Flesherton Advance & the Markdale Standard online. Search for Births, Deaths, Marriages, articles & headlines.
Split Rail Country Photo Collection: These images have been made public as part of the Split Rail Country: History of Artemesia collection, and are additional to those printed in the Split Rail Country Vol. II history book.
Split Rail Country: A History of Artemesia Township – Digital edition of the local history book about the setting and settlers of Artemesia Township, Grey County, Ontario. Note: currently unavailable due to content migration at University of Calgary Libraries & Cultural Resources.
South Grey Museum: Local museum in Flesherton that hosts a community history collection representing the settlement and development of Southern Grey County.
Heritage Grey Highlands: Learn about local heritage sites, architecture, and preservation initiatives in Grey Highlands.
Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid – This database will enable you to search surnames, cemetery names, and the location of over 3 million interments from several thousand cemeteries across Ontario.
The Canadian County Atlas Digital Project – County Atlases have been digitized by McGill University, allowing you to search maps and people. The Grey County map was printed in 1880.
Ontario Genealogical Society – Learn more about genealogy through the society’s website.