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Plaisance (today Placentia) was the capital of the French colony on the island of Newfoundland : 1671 Census - 1673 Census - 1698 Census - 1701 Census - 1706 Census.
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Newfoundland's Grand Banks Census Material : From John Berry's Census of 1675 to the 1945 Census of Newfoundland
Newfoundland Census Records : 1921 - 1935 - 1945
Newfoundlanders in the 1880 U.S. Census
Newfoundlanders in the Essex County, Massachusetts 1870 Census
NL GenWeb. Offers free historical & genealogical information for Newfoundland and Labrador: Church & vital records, Cemetery transcriptions, Voter lists, copies of wills, Newspaper transcriptions¸and more!
Newfoundland, Vital Statistics, 1753-1893. Images of church record transcripts. Contains baptisms, marriages, and some burials from many churches in the province.
Vital Statistics for Newfoundland listed by district
Newfoundland, Vital Records, 1840-1949. Index and images of births, delayed registrations of births, marriages, and deaths.
Newfoundland Wills Index 1830-1962
Newfoundland and Labrador Parish Records
Misc. Newfoundland Deaths 1878-1886. Abstracted from The Dominion Annual Register and Review.
Military Records of Newfoundlanders Who Served in Various Units During World War II.
Newfoundland Church Society Annual Reports
The First Five Hundred. Being a historical Sketch of the military operations of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment In Gallipoli and on the Western Front During the Great War (1914-1918) Together with the individual military records and the photographs where obtainable of the men of the first contingent, known as the "The First Five Hundred," or "The Blue Puttees." Free online edition of a book by Richard Cramm.
Surnames from Births, Deaths and Marriages in Newfoundland Newspapers, 1810-1890. The surnames in these pages are taken from the Births, Deaths and Marriages in Newfoundland Newspapers, 1810 - 1890 CD which contains more than 40,000 entries for births, deaths and marriages transcribed from 43 Newfoundland newspapers published between 1810 and 1890. From these files over 5,300 unique surnames emerged and it is these names which appear in these web pages.
Index of Newfoundland Captains, 1820-1889. Listing of all captains noted in the Certificates of Vessel Registry for Newfoundland. This is a surname index only.
Newfoundland's Grand Banks Directory Material : transcriptions of various business directories and phone directories.
Business and general directory of Newfoundland, 1877. Containing classified lists of the business men of St. John's and the leading towns and districts of the colony.
The Newfoundland Almanac for the year 1868. Includes several lists of names.
Cemetery Transcriptions for Newfoundland and Labrador Listed by District
Newfoundland and Labrador Cemetery Transcriptions (findagrave.com).
Military Records of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment & The Newfoundland Forestry Corps World War 1
McAlpine's Maritime Provinces Directory for 1870-71. Extract: Newfoundland sections only.
Newfoundland Voter's Lists. A listing of the voter's list for many of the districts for different Years across the entire Province.
Transcriptions from Various Newspapers for Newfoundlanders
Keith Matthews Name Files Index, 1500-1850. Collection of information on 7300 surnames of people involved in the settlement, fisheries and trade of Newfoundland, from earliest settlement to 1850. This is a surname index only.
Women in Sport in Pre-Confederation Newfoundland
Family Names of Calvert (Caplin Bay), Avalon South Region, Newfoundland
Family Names Of Holyrood, Avalon South Region, Newfoundland (archived Web site).
Port de Grave, Conception Bay North Region, Newfoundland Genealogy Queries (archived website).
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