There is a Search field on the screen above, so I entered "Canada" and an alphabetical list of 217 databases from Canadian resources appeared.
I wanted Ontario records, so I entered Ontario in the Search field and a shorter list of 120 databases was listed.
I scrolled down the list and selected "Ontario, Canada - Baptism Records of Rev. John Langhorn (Church of England) Of Fredericksburgh, 1787-1813." I added "kemp" as a name in the "Name" field on the screen below:
The search for "Kemp" resulted in 12 results:
I decided to look for the 1795 baptism of my third great-grandfather, Abram Kemp (1795-1861), which I thought had occurred in Fredericksburgh. After clicking on the "Document" icon for several of the results, I found the baptism record on page 14. Here is the top of the Findmypast page with the text document embedded below:
Further down is the embedded page image from the referenced book:
At the bottom of the list of Baptisms for 1795 is the entry for Abram Kemp. The record says:
"Abram, son John and Mary Kemp ........Fredericksburgh, Dec. 13"
I can download the page as a PDF using the down arrow on the right-hand side of the black header line just above the document. I could also print the document out using the printer icon.
I found quite a few Kemp records in this work, and need to search it for Dafoe entries also. There is another baptism register for Fredericksburgh and a burial register also.
Then there are the other record collections available for Ontario! I may be busy for awhile!
If you have Canadian ancestry, you may find some very useful documents and records in the Findmypast record collections. Unfortunately, I don't see the Canada Census records on Findmypast yet. I hope they add them soon!
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