Copies of the book

 

Copies of the genealogy will be found in the following libraries and historical societies.

Ontario Genealogical Society
North York Library
Fairview Mall Branch
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
(donated by Gordon Meston, Windsor, Ontario, Canada)

Windsor Public Library
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
(donated by Gordon Meston, Windsor, Ontario, Canada)

(Editors Note: The Windsor public library has a copy of Gordon’s book in the Central Library. See http://www.windsorpubliclibrary.com/ to search their online catalog. Information correct as of October 2007)

Stockholm Library
Stockholm, Sask., Canada
(donated by Mrs. Clara Arnasson, Tantallon, Sask., Canada)

Centennial Library
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
(donated by John Meston, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

Columbine Genealogical Society
Littleton Library
Littleton, Colorado, USA
(donated by Mrs. Martha Meston, Littleton, Colorado, USA)

(Editors Note: The Denver Colorado public library has a copy of Gordon’s book in the Central Library, West Hist & Genealogy Section) See http://denverlibrary.org/ to search their online catalog. Information correct as of October 2007)

Samuels Library
Front Royal Virginia, USA
(donated by Susan McGovern, Front Royal Virginia, USA)

(Editors Note: The Samuels Library in Front Royal no longer has a copy of Gordon’s book, however a copy is available in the University of Virginia (Charlottesville) Alderman Library. The University of Virginia Library has a number of other works and references relating to the Meston family. See http://www.lib.virginia.edu/ to search this resource. I should note that the library will not provide genealogical research and support via email or via telephone. Information correct as of October 2007)

The Burton Wing
Detroit Public Library
Detroit, Michigan, USA
(donated by Mrs. Joy Meier, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

(Editors Note: The book is available in the Burton Historical Collection Reference sectionof the main library. See http://www.detroit.lib.mi.us/index.htm to search the online catalog. Information correct as of October 2007)

Mitchel Library
Glasgow, Scotland
(donated by Peter Meston, Bearsden, Glasgow, Scotland)

Aberdeen University Library
Aberdeen, Scotland
(donated by Dr. M. C. Meston, Aberdeen, Scotland)

 

Did you know ?

Meston Snuffbox Image

The Motto "DEUS PRO VEDERIT" on the Meston Snuff Box was used as the passwords "SHALL HAVE RIGHT" for a group of French Resistance fighters operating in Normandy during WW II.