Quebec Births and Baptisms, 1662-1898 (familysearch.org). Index to selected Quebec births and baptisms. Only a few localities are included and the time period varies by locality. This collection contains 27,212 records.
Frampton Irish. The Frampton Irish website is dedicated to the history and genealogy of the Irish people who emigrated from Ireland to the vicinity of Frampton Township in Dorchester County of Lower Canada (Quebec) in the early 19th century.
Canadian Deaths 1878-1886. Abstracted from The Dominion Annual Register and Review. Mainly obituaries of prominent citizens (nationally and locally), accidental deaths, suicides, murders, executions, and deaths from longevity.
Island Cemeteries : Amherst Island in Lennox and Addington County, Howe Island and Wolfe Island in Frontenac County.
Upper Canada Land Board (1765-1804) : The Land Boards were created in 1789 to oversee land matters and facilitate settlement in what is now Ontario. This research tool includes more than 16,400 references to the Upper Canada Land Board records.
Alberta cattle and horse brands (Free digitized book) : Brands recorded during the period from 1st of January, 1907, to 31 of December, 1913. Published as a supplement to the Alberta and Saskatchewan Brand Book. Includes index.
Registre de l'Abbé Charles-François Bailly 1768 à 1773. Registers of Abbot Charles-François Bailly, based in Halifax, but who served Acadian populations throughout the Maritime Provinces. Transcript of the original document in French. Includes an extensive index (starting page 115).
The Canadian Gravemarker Gallery. The primary objective of this free access website is to provide visitors the ability to browse through the online cemeteries to find the burial places of their ancestors.
Prince Edward Island Baptism Card Index, 1721-1885. Before 1906, there was no systematic recording of births, deaths, and marriages on Prince Edward Island. The Vital Statistics Services created this index of baptism records from the church baptism records in the region. The earliest records date from 1751, but the majority date from 1830 onwards.
Name Index to Upper Canada Sundries 1766 to 1815 : Sundries include petitions for land, requests for government jobs, military communications, people wanting to settle in Upper Canada, testimonies regarding traitors, petitions for clemency, and many other matters.
Census of Canada, 1891. Through this research tool, you can access digitized images of original census returns which list the name, age, country or province of birth, nationality, religion, and occupation of Canada's residents at the time of the 1891 Census.
History of the county of Annapolis (Nova Scotia). Including old Port Royal and Acadia : with memoirs of its representatives in the provincial parliament : and biographical and genealogical sketches of its early English settlers and their families. Free online edition of this book by William Arthur Calnek and Alfred William Savary published in 1897.
Recensement de l'Acadie de 1671. Transcription of the 1671 census of Acadia with links to further genealogical information for most of those enumerated. All but a few lived in Port Royal, today Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Quebec City Militiamen in 1775 : 1) Rôle général de la milice canadienne de Québec passée en revue le 11 septembre, 1775; 2) Nouveau Role de la milice Canadienne qui a fait le service pendant le blocus de Québec depuis le 14 novembre 1775 ...
Métis National Council Historical Online Database. Includes census records 1881, 1891 and 1901; Northwest Scrip; and Manitoba Affidavit. The database covers what is now Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.