Genealogy Quebec

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Genealogical Resources for Eastern Canada . The Maine State Library welcomes you! Bienvenue! have taken care to acquire materials representing the history and genealogy of Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, in particular.

Fortier Family Genealogy Notes Quebec Co., Quebec Mark B. Arslan 407 Highlands Lake Drive Cary, NC 27518-9167 Quebec Co., Quebec, Notre-Dame-de-Quebec, Parish Records Baptisms {10683} [Note: Date indicates when birth occurred.

Establishing your ancestry using Quebec Records This guide will provide you with detailed instructions which will help establish your ancestry using the

Quebec National Archives Branches Most original records for the Province of Québec before 1900 are at the nine branches of the Archives nationales du Québec listed below.

The Tanguay Family France to Canada then to the American state of Maine and on to Long Island Dorchester County, Quebec Province, Canada he married Delvina Renaud. The daughter of genealogy. The

3 Who were the Gaspé Ancestors? Grandpa (Albery Bone) never wrote about his maternal grandmother’s family, except that she was born in Quebec, named Mary McKenzie, and married Donald Bain.

French-Canadian Genealogical Society P.O. Box 65128, Burlington, VT 05406-5128 . St Joseph Parish, Burlington, Vermont – 1884 Census Alix, Paul @ Dion, Caroline @ Dion, Georgiana 17 @ Allair, Louis Rouillard, Edmire Georgiana 6 Raoul 4 Germain 1 Amelin, George

GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH AT THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS HOW TO BEGIN Welcome to the Library of Congress and to the Local History and Genealogy Reading Room.

American-French Genealogical Society 2012 Library Holdings 771 Anthony Remington Genealogy of Anthony Remington 066 Anthony, Abraham New England Families Premier Cure de Quebec 055 Bernon, Gabriel Boston & Some Noted Emigres

ANCESTRY OF FRENCH CANADIANS TO OREGON PRIOR TO 1842 PREPARED BY RAYMONDE GAUTHIER Ph.D. HISTORY, LAVAL UNIVERSITY Married in Quebec April 14 1676 . 6 8) NWC 1813-1814 BÉLAND, Alexis Born July 26 1790 and baptized the next day in Rivière-du-Loup (Today

Descendants of Étienne de Nevers in direct paternal line 1. Étienne de Nevers, sieur de Brantigny (PRDH21742), born 1627 (PRDH fiche 97016) in

QUEBEC, CANADA QUICK START FAMILY SEARCH http://familysearch.org/eng/ SEARCH FOR YOUR ANCESTORS. Enter all known information about your deceased ancestor. Quebec Resources for Genealogy http://francogene.com/qc-res/index.php

NATIONAL GENEALOGY CONFERENCE IN CANADA Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada at Historic Pier 21 July 17—19, 2015 Keynote Speaker – Dave Obee One of Canada’s most prominent authorities on Genealogy, Dave will

Research Tool 26: GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH: UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA RECORDS 2 the computer workstations or online UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA RECORDS 5 C. Quebec-Sherbrooke Presbytery (Eastern Townships Records): Emily Potter, Archivist, Eastern

Guide to Microform Holdings, Genealogy Section—Canada 3 dallaslibrary.org/genealogy/ Francine Fortin’s Guide to Quebec’s Parishes and Civil Registers: Catholic, Protestant, and Other

Compiled by Duncan (darby) MacDonald please see: http://globalgenealogy.com/countries/canada/quebec/resources/101939.htm. Births, Marriages & Deaths •.• The Parish of Notre Dame de Montreal Burk,Tobin Rebecca Caro 4 Burke,Cecile 4 Burke,Emilie 44 Burke

The Tanguay Family France to Canada then to the American state of Maine and on to Long Island Dorchester County, Quebec Province, Canada he married Delvina Renaud. The daughter of genealogy. The

CANADIAN FAMILY HISTORY RESOURCES A Guide to the Materials held at the Cloverdale Library Edited by: Jamie Brown Laurie J. Cooke Carolyn Franklin