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2013-11-09 :

Second World War Service Files: Canadian Armed Forces War Dead. Over 1,159,000 men and women served in the Canadian Armed Forces during the Second World War (1939-1945); 44,093 lost their lives. This research tool provides access to references to their service files in the Department of National Defence Fonds.

Births, Marriages and Deaths recorded in Canada. Library and Archives Canada holds a small collection of church records, some of which are indexed by name. The database includes marriages from Ontario (United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, and Leeds County), from three parish registers of the Red River area of Manitoba, and from the Yukon.

Canada : Passenger Lists, 1865-1922. Passenger lists were the official immigration documents from 1865 to 1935. The lists contain information such as the name, age, country of origin, occupation and destination of each passenger.

More Countrywide Genealogy Records.

2013-03-25 :

Généalogie des familles acadiennes : Genealogy of Acadian families. Digitized edition of this book by Placide Gaudet published in 1906.

Recensements d'Acadie 1671-1752 : Acadian Census Records. Digitized edition of this book published in 1950.

More Acadian Genealogy Records.

2013-01-18 :

Notable Saskatchewan women 1905-1980 (Free digitized book) : Published by Saskatchewan Labour, Women's Division, Regina, Saskatchewan, 1980.

Saskatchewan Cemeteries Project. Hundreds of cemetery transcriptions currently online.

More Saskatchewan Genealogy Records.

2012-05-27 :

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.

MacGillivray Cemetery, Lochaber/Thurso, Papineau County, Quebec.

Municipalité d'Yamachiche, rubrique de généalogie. Over a hundred lines of descent of people living in Yamachiche (Saint-Maurice County), Quebec.

Misc. Lower North Shore Cemeteries, Quebec.

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.

More Quebec Genealogy Records.

2012-04-13 :

Prince Edward Island Census Index, 1861 (familysearch.org).

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2012-03-14 :

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.

More Countrywide Genealogy Records.

2012-01-20 :

Victims of the steamer Asia disaster in Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada September 14th, 1882. As reported by The Dominion Annual Register and Review, 1882 (published in 1883).

More Ontario Genealogy Records.

2012-01-01 :

Victims of the steamboat disaster on the Thames River, near London, Ontario, Canada May 24th, 1881. An account of the tragedy and list of victims, numbering 181, according to The Dominion Annual Register and Review, 1880-1881 (published in 1882).

Women's Wills & Estate Files 1859-1900, Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada

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.

More Ontario Genealogy Records.

2011-12-21 :

The History of King's County (Nova Scotia). Digitized edition of this book by Arthur Wentworth Hamilton Eaton published in 1910. Includes a 340 page Family Sketches section (starting at page 542).

Rhode Island settlers on the French lands in Nova Scotia in 1760 and 1761 (Free digitized book) : By Arthur Wentworth Hamilton Eaton and published in 1915 by the National American Society in New York. Includes lists of grantees.

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2011-11-26 :

Plaisance (today Placentia) was the capital of the French colony on the island of Newfoundland : 1671 Census - 1673 Census - 1701 Census - 1706 Census.

More Newfoudland and Labrador Genealogy Records.

2011-11-10 :

Old Assumption Roman Catholic Cemetery, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick : Headstone transcriptions and photos.

More New Brunswick Genealogy Records.

2011-10-23 :

Orcadians in the Red River Settlement Census of 1827 (Manitoba, Canada) : 44 individuals listed as being from Orkney, Scotland.

More Manitoba Genealogy Records.

2011-09-04 :

French-Canadian Newspapers: An Essential Historical Source (1808-1919). Selected French-language newspapers from across Canada, in a digitized, fully-searchable format. These newspapers form the Library and Archives Canada collection of first, final and special editions of French-Canadian newspapers.

Immigrants to Canada before 1865. There are no comprehensive nominal lists of immigrant passengers arriving in Canada before 1865. Some lists have been identified and indexed by name in this database.

More Countrywide Genealogy Records.

2011-06-30 :

The Trondheim Congregation : the Norwegian minute books of the Lutherans in Whonnock, British Columbia (pdf document).

More British Columbia Genealogy Records.

2011-06-20 :

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.

More Alberta Genealogy Records.

2011-06-14 :

L'Acadie des ancêtres : avec la généalogie des premières familles acadiennes. Free online edition of this book by Bona Arsenault published in 1950 and tracing the genealogy of the first Acadian Families. Primarily based on census records.

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).

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2011-04-29 :

Passenger Lists of Ships to Canada : In chronological order.

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.

Canadian War Cemetery in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium.

More Countrywide Genealogy Records.

2011-04-14 :

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.

Tableau généalogique des premières familles de Tignish : Genealogy of the first families of Tignish, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Digitized edition of this article published in the newspaper L'Impartial Illustré in 1899.

More Prince Edward Island Genealogy Records.

2011-03-20 :

Le Repos Saint-François d'Assise, Montréal, Québec : Recherche de défunts : This Roman Catholic cemetery is the final resting place for more than 250,000 people. Search by deceased name.

Parish censuses of Notre-Dame-de-Québec : Censuses of Quebec City Roman Catholics taken by ecclesiastical authorities in the years 1792, 1795, 1798, 1805, 1806, 1818.

Avoca (McNeill) Cemetery, Grenville, Argenteuil County, Québec (pdf document).

More Quebec Genealogy Records.

2011-03-05 :

Gore District Debtors Gaol Records 1832 to 1849 (Halton and Wentworth Counties, Ontario, Canada).

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.

More Ontario Genealogy Records.

2011-02-26 :

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.

Canada Census Index, 1891.

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2011-02-21 :

British Columbia Births 1854-1903. The registration of births began in 1872, but because of delayed registration, this collection includes births from 1854-1903.

British Columbia Marriage Registrations, 1859-1932.

British Columbia Death Registrations, 1872-1986. These are death registrations including overseas casualties, delayed death registrations, and delayed registrations of Indian deaths.

More British Columbia Genealogy Records.

2011-02-16 :

1752 Halifax Victualling List.

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.

More Nova Scotia Genealogy Records.

2011-02-08 :

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.

More Acadian Genealogy Records.

2011-02-05 :

Répertoires biographique des équipages et passagers pour la Nouvelle-France des origines à 1699. Crew and Passengers to New France from the origins to 1699 with biographical sketches.

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 ...

More Quebec Genealogy Records.

2011-01-13 :

The first Catholic cemeteries of Montreal and a guide to the present cemetery. Digitized edition of this book by Siméon Mondou published in 1887. Includes a list of proprietors of lots in Côte-des-Neiges Cemetery (p. 89-188) as of 31th August, 1887 (mainly British and Irish names).

Les premiers cimetières catholiques de Montréal et l'indicateur du cimetière actuel. Digitized edition of this book by Siméon Mondou published in 1887. Includes a list of proprietors of lots in Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Cemetery (p. 85-196) as of 31th August, 1887 (mainly French names).

Indicateur du cimetière catholique de Montréal - Indicator of the Catholic cemetery of Montreal. Digitized edition of this book by Siméon Mondou published in 1889. Includes a list of proprietors of lots in the Catholic Cemetery of Montreal (p. 37-223) (listed regadless of ethnic origin).

More Quebec Genealogy Records.

2011-01-06 :

The Newfoundland Almanac for the year 1868. Includes several lists of names.

More Newfoudland and Labrador Genealogy Records.

2011-01-05 :

Brenan's Funeral Home Records, Saint John, New Brunswick, 1901-1959.

More New Brunswick Genealogy Records.

2011-01-04 :

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.

2011-01-02 :

Ontario 1861 Census Index.

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Canada Nova Scotia Antigonish Catholic Diocese Parish Records 1823-1905. Includes births, marriages, and deaths. The diocese covers seven counties in northeastern Nova Scotia: Richmond, Inverness, Victoria, Cape Breton, Antigonish, Pictou and Guysborough.

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