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ZoneCousinage.com. A lineage-linked genealogy database of famous people with Quebec ancestry. The following family trees are currently online : Honore Beaugrand, mayor of Montreal from 1885 to 1887; Eric Bernier, actor; Blessed Brother Andre (Alfred Bessette); Valérie Blais, actress; Hillary Clinton; Madonna; Celine Dion; Jack Kerouak; Rene Levesque, Quebec Premier from 1976 to 1985; Macha Limonchik, actress; Thomas Mulcair, politician; Rose Ouellette, comedian; Duchess Camilla, second wife of Prince Charles, and more.

Quebec Catholic Parish Registers 1621-1900. Browse the Unindexed Images.

Misc. Quebec Deaths 1878-1886. Abstracted from The Dominion Annual Register and Review (includes Saskatchewan and Alberta).

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.

1861 Québec Census.

Index to the 1911 Census of Canada : Québec.

Online Databases of the National Archives of Quebec. Several databases are currently available :
- Parish censuses of Notre-Dame-de-Québec 1792, 1795, 1798, 1805, 1806, and 1818.
- Notarial records.
- Coroners' inquests in the judicial districts of Beauce (1862-1947), Charlevoix (1862-1944), Montmagny (1862-1952), Québec (1765-1930) and Saint-François (Sherbrooke) (1900-1954)
- Non-Catholic marriages and burials and in the Montréal area 1766 to 1899.
- Inventories after death of the judicial district of Rimouski 1822-1918, in the Montréal area 1791-1840, and in the judicial districts of Québec, Charlevoix, Beauce, Montmagny and Kamouraska, 1785-1955
- Applications for free grants of land to families with 12 living children under the 1890 law of Premier Honoré Mercier.
- Register of interments in Mount Hermon Cemetery (1848-1904)
- Marriage contracts in the Charlevoix region (1737-1920), the Saguenay region (1840-1911), and in the Québec City area, (1761-1946).
- Jail logs of Québec City prisons in the 19th century.
and more.

The First Census of New France (Quebec) 1666

Fichier Origine The database of vital records of French and foreign immigrants who settled in Quebec from the beginnings of the colony to 1865. A presentation of The Quebec Federation of Genealogical Societies and France's Federation of Genealogy (in French.)

Alphabetical Listing of the Filles du roi. The filles du roi, or King's Daughters, were some 770 women who arrived in the colony of New France between 1663 and 1673, under the financial sponsorship of King Louis XIV of France.

Les Filles du Roy 1663 à 1673. Annoted list of 700 unmarried Frenchwomen (the King's Daughters) who immigrated to New France under the sponsorship of the King of France (Web site in French).

À travers les registres : Free online edition of this book by Cyprien Tanguay published 1886. Gleanings of unusual facts as they appear in Quebec historical documents, mainly parish registers of births, marriages, and deaths. Covers the period from the beginning of New France to 1799. (in French).

Dictionnaire généalogique et héraldique de la noblesse canadienne-française du XVIIe au XIXe siècle. Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the French-Canadian nobility from the 17th to the 19th century. Free 2010 edition of this book by Yves Drolet (in French, pdf document).

Quebec Royal Descends : A list of immigrants having a king among their ancestors. The list is limited to people coming from France and who spent at least one winter in North America, or to people who moved (for at least one year) to one of the former French colonies on the North American continent.

Nobility in Quebec : Name, date of arrival, and military rank if applicable.

Genealogical Tables of the Quebec Noblesse From the 17th to the 19th Century (pdf document)

Seigneurs, Fiefs et Seigneuries du Québec. Lords, fiefdoms and seigniories of Quebec.

Hors des sentiers battus : Québecois retracés dans des lieux inhabituels. People who left Quebec but did not follow the usual migration patterns. (Web site in French)

Passenger Lists from La Rochelle, France to New France (Canada) 1535-1740

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.

Passengers List of the Saint-André, 1659. From La Rochelle, France to Québec with settlers for Montréal.

Liste des 102 hommes et 14 femmes de la Grande recrue de 1653 partis de Saint-Nazaire sur le Saint-Nicolas-de Nantes le 20 juin 1653 à destination de Montréal (archived Web page - not always available). Ship Saint-Nicolas-de Nantes passenger list. Left Saint-Nazaire, France for Montreal, New France in 1653 with 116 recruits, 102 men and 14 women.

Dictionnaire généalogique de nos origines (échantillon). This dictionary (the DGO) is dedicated to roots of Frenchmen in Americas and particularly for those who came before 1800, the first target being migrants who came before 1731.

Family Name-Nickname Associations in Old Quebec. A problem facing genealogists researching old Quebec documents concerns the use of nicknames along or instead of surnames. Moreover, distinction between name and nickname is often not clear. Often referred to as "dit names", because they are introduced in French by the word "dit" meaning "said", they abound in the nominative history of old Quebec. This database is a list of all family name-nickname associations found in in birth, marriage and deaths certificates prior to 1800. Enter a family name (or nickname) and you will get a list of other names to which it is associated in the certificates, along with the number of occurences.

Les 1 000 premiers noms de famille selon le rang, Québec. 1,000 Most Common Surnames in Québec (in French.)

Les 1 000 premiers noms de famille par ordre alphabétique, Québec. First 1,000 most frequent family names in alphabetical order, Quebec (in French.)

Les 5 000 premiers noms de famille par ordre alphabétique, Québec - The 5000 most frequent surnames in Quebec in alphabetical order : A-B, C-D, E-K, L-M, N-R, S-Z

Frequency of Family Names in Old Quebec (prior to 1800). Enter a family name to obtain its frequency among the baptised before 1800.

Soldiers in the Carignan-Salières Regiment who settled in Canada. Between June and September 1665, some 1200 soldiers and officers of the Carignan-Salières Regiment arrived in Quebec. Over 450 of these troops remained in the colony.

Le Régiment de Carignan. Officers and soldiers of the Carignan-Salières Regiment sent to Quebec in 1665. About 450 of these men finaly settled in Quebec.

Lower Canada (Quebec) Land Petitions. This research tool provides access to more than 95,000 references to individuals who lived in present-day Quebec between 1764 and 1841.

Misc. Abenaki Indian Records. Mainly Quebec Abenaki census records 1822-1852.

HMS Buffalo 1813-1840. Convicts transported to Australia for their participation in the 1838-39 Canadian rebellions. List of names extracted from the book "HMS BUFFALO" by Robert Sexton published 1984.

Patronymes et noms dits (pdf document) : A list of Quebec family names and associated nicknames also known as "dit names". Nicknames were sometimes used along or instead of surnames in official documents from the beginnings of New France until the late 1800s.

La domesticité dans la colonie laurentienne au XVIIe siècle et au début du XVIIIe siècle (1640-1710) (pdf document - large file) : Indentured service in the colony of Canada during the 17th and early 18th centuries. Thesis by Arnaud Bessière presented in 2007. Includes several lists of names and mentions multiple early settlers involved in specific situations (in French).

Chroniques de la Société de généalogie de l'Outaouais (Quebec). Full transcription of the genealogy columns published by the Society from 1990 to 1995 in Le Droit newspaper (Ottawa). Over 100 surnames covered (in French.)

Militia Captains for the Quebec city area in 1775

List of 1058 Persons arrested during the 1837 Rebellion in Lower Canada (Quebec)

Hebridean Scots of the Province of Quebec: 5855 individuals and 671 unique surnames

Huguenots in New France : from the beginning of the colony to 1763 (321 names)

Liste des associations membres de la Fédération des familles souches du Québec : List of Quebec Family Associations linking to their respective Web sites. May include surname variations and anglicized surnames covered by some of these associations : A-B, C-D, E-G, H-K, L, M-O, P-S, T-Z.

French Canadians in the 1842 Oregon census

St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church Marriages, Hogansburg, Franklin County, New York. This is a compilation of the records of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Hogansburg, NY from approximately 1843-1852. The records cover the geographical area of northwestern Franklin Co. NY, northeastern St. Lawrence Co. NY and southwestern Quebec.

Roll of the Company of Sorel, New France, in 1760

The Stakesby, 1823 Passenger List. List of emigrant settlers from the South of Ireland embarked on board of the Stakesby transport for passage to Quebec from Cove of Cork July 8th 1823.

Montreal Emigrant Society Passage Book (Quebec). Organizations such as the Montreal Emigrant Society were founded to help immigrants. This research tool provides access to 1,945 references to people who received aid from the Montreal Emigrant Society between May 12 and November 5, 1832.

Immigrants at Grosse-Île (Quebec) : This database includes information on 33,026 immigrants who stayed at the Grosse-Île Quarantine Station between 1832 and 1937.

CAN-CHALEUR-BAY-IRISH Mailing List. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in the Irish Protestants from southwest Cork who settled in the Bay Chaleur area of New Brunswick and Quebec, Canada in the early 1800s. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.


  • Abitibi County

    Recensement général des colons établis dans l'Abitibi au 30 juin 1914 :General census of the colonists established in the Abitibi region of Quebec as of June 30, 1914 (in French).


  • Argenteuil County

    Gore Township, Argenteuil County, Quebec Census Index : 1825 - 1831 - 1842

    1861 Census of Morin Heights, County of Argenteuil, Quebec

    1861 Census of Mille-Isles, County of Argenteuil, Quebec


  • Arthabaska County


  • Bagot County


  • Beauce County


  • Beauharnois County

    19th century Châteauguay valley Protestant Church registers. Southwestern Québec: Huntingdon County and the seigniories of Beauharnois & Châteauguay.

    Pionneers of the Châteauguay Valley, Quebec : English, Irish and Scots ancestors who settled in the Châteauguay Valley (Huntingdon, Beauharnois & Châteauguay) in the 1800s.

    Hinchinbrooke, Beauharnois County 1851 Census Transcription, Quebec

    1831 Census for Godmanchester Township, Beauharnois County, Quebec

    1842 Census for Godmanchester Township, Beauharnois County, Quebec

    1842 Census for Dundee Township, Beauharnois County, Quebec

    1842 Census for Hinchinbrooke Township, Beauharnois County, Quebec

    1842 Census for Hemmingford Township, Beauharnois County, Quebec


  • Bellechasse County

    Index des contrats de mariage avec des notaires des comtés Montmagny, de L'Islet et de Bellechasse. Index to marriage contracts in the counties of Bellechasse, L'Islet, and Montmagny, Quebec. Free online edition of this 1073 page book published in 2006 (pdf document).


  • Berthier County


  • Bonaventure County

    Les Grandes Familles Gaspésiennes : The main pioneer families of the Gaspésie region of Quebec.

    Registers of Ste Anne de Restigouche, Quebec for the years 1842 to 1867

    Some MicMac Indians of Ristigouche, Quebec : 1841 - 1866 (Restigouche, Bonaventure County).

    Some Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials for Restigouche and Other Parishes in Baie des Chaleurs (Quebec and New Brunswick) 1759-1795


  • Brome County


  • Chambly County

    Saint-Antoine de Longueuil Parish, Quebec 1851 Census (In French)

    Longueuil, Quebec Lovell Directories 1879-1931 (In French)

    Longueuil, Quebec 1901 Census (Large file, in French)

    Mariages de St-Antoine-de-Pades de Longueuil (Québec) 1800-1900 3400 marriages (in French.)

    Club de généalogie de Longueuil (Québec) Members Surname Interests (In French)


  • Champlain County

    Le Bas de Ste-Anne (Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade, Comté de Champlain, Québec). History of the Bas de Ste-Anne section of Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade, Champlain County, Quebec published in 1980. Includes several lists of names. In French.

    Autour du clocher natal : notes historiques sur la paroisse de Saint-Prosper, comté de Champlain (Québec). Free online edition of this book published in 1909. Saint-Prosper, Champlain County, Quebec history and genealogies (in French.)


  • Charlevoix (Counties of Charlevoix East and Charlevoix West)


  • Châteauguay County

    19th century Châteauguay valley Protestant Church registers. Southwestern Québec: Huntingdon County and the seigniories of Beauharnois & Châteauguay.

    Pionneers of the Châteauguay Valley, Quebec : English, Irish and Scots ancestors who settled in the Châteauguay Valley (Huntingdon, Beauharnois & Châteauguay) in the 1800s.

    Beechridge Presbyterian Church, Sainte-Clotilde (Châteauguay County), Quebec Cemetery Monument Inscription List

    St-Matthew's Episcopal (Edwardstown Anglican) Cemetery, St-Chrysostôme, Quebec

    Russeltown Protestant Church Cemetery, St-Chrysostôme, Quebec.

    Riverfield Cemetery, Tres-Saint-Sacrement (County of Chateauguay), Quebec

    Indexed list of Burials in St-Paul's Presbyterian (United) Church. Ormstown, Quebec.

    St James Anglican Cemetery, Ormstown, Quebec


  • Compton County

    Compton Cemetery, Quebec, Canada


  • Côte-Nord

    Misc. Lower North Shore Cemeteries, Quebec.


  • Deux-Montagnes County

    La chronique Histoire de nos familles. Full text and of the genealogy columns publish weekly by the Saint-Eustache Genealogical Society (Quebec) in the newspaper L'Éveil. Scroll down to near the bottom of the page for a surname index (in French.)


  • Dorchester County

    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.


  • Drummond County

    Grantham Township, Drummond County, Quebec Misc. Records. Covers the area of today's municipalities of Drummondville, Saint-Germain-de-Grantham, Saint-Edmond-de-Grantham, Saint-Eugène-de-Grantham, Saint-Majorique-de-Grantham, and Saint-Nicéphore (in French).

    Disbanded Soldiers Granted Land in the Townships of Wickham and Grantham, Drummond County, Quebec 1815-1816


  • Frontenac County


  • Gaspé County

    Les Grandes Familles Gaspésiennes : The main pioneer families of the Gaspésie region of Quebec.

    Gaspe Bay Area Families (Quebec). Database contains over 15000 entries.

    Gaspé, Quebec Land Commission : List of names of claimants 1626-1841

    Mont-Louis, Quebec 1699 and 1700 Census Records. Mont-Louis is located in the former County of Gaspé.

    Fishermen at Mont-Louis, Gaspésie Region, Quebec 1751-1758


  • Gatineau County

    St. Martin's RC Church at Martindale, Gatineau County, Quebec : Births, Marriages and Deaths Index, 1884-1900

    St. James' Anglican Church Cemetery, Gracefield, Gatineau County, Quebec.

    Cemeteries of West Quebec and Upper Gatineau : In Gatineau County : Aylwin, Farrellton, Gatineau, Gracefield, Maniwaki, Montcerf, Sainte-Famille-d'Aumond; In Papineau County : Angers, Buckingham, Mayo, Perkins.

    Bois-Franc Cemetery (Catholic) and Old Gracefield (Catholic) Cemetery, Gatineau County, Quebec

    St. Andrews Church Cemetery (Presbyterian/United), Aylwin, Gatineau County, Quebec


  • Hull County


  • Huntingdon County

    19th century Châteauguay valley Protestant Church registers. Southwestern Québec: Huntingdon County and the seigniories of Beauharnois & Châteauguay.

    The Gleaner (Huntingdon, Quebec) Extracts 1863-1920 : primarily birth, marriage, and death announcements of English speaking families in the area.

    Pionneers of the Châteauguay Valley, Quebec : English, Irish and Scots ancestors who settled in the Châteauguay Valley (Huntingdon, Beauharnois & Châteauguay) in the 1800s.

    Athelstan Cemetery, Huntingdon County, Quebec

    Index of persons to the book "Hemmingford [Quebec] Then and Now" by Alister Somerville (archived website).

    Hemmingford, Quebec Cemetery Records (archived website)

    Ste. Agnes de Dundee, Huntingdon County, Quebec : Catholic Church Marriage Register Transcription 1861 to 1967

    Zion United Church Cemetery, Dundee, Quebec

    1881 Dundee Township Census, Huntingdon County, Quebec

    Hillside Cemetery Index, Huntingdon County, Quebec

    1881 Census Index, Huntingdon County, Quebec

    1881 Huntingdon Villiage Census, Huntingdon County, Quebec

    Ste. Agnes de Dundee (Huntingdon County), Quebec Catholic Cemetery

    Gore Cemetery Transcription, Huntingdon County, Quebec

    St. Anicet Parish 1871 Census, Huntingdon County, Quebec

    St. Anicet Parish 1881 Census, Huntingdon County, Quebec


  • Iberville County


  • Ile-Jésus County (= City of Laval)


  • Joliette County

    Sépultures de St-Félix-de-Valois (comté de Joliette), Québec 1875-1899 : Roman Catholic Burial Records.

    St-Félix-de-Valois, Quebec Baptisms/Births (1875-1900) (in French)

    Généalogie des familles Beaudoin de Saint-Paul-de-Lavaltrie. A comprehensive accout of all Beaudoin families that lived in Saint-Paul-de-Lavaltrie, Quebec and their ancestors. Covers the period from 1638 to 1843. In French.


  • Kamouraska County

    Le centenaire de Saint Alexandre de Kamouraska : 26 juillet au 4 août 1952 (Quebec). Searchable online edition of this publication commemorating the centennial of the parish/municipality of Saint-Alexandre, Kamouraska County, Quebec. Includes several lists of names. In French.

    Kamouraska, Québec, Roman Catholic Parish Register (St-Louis Parish) 1727-1763 : Baptisms, marriages and deaths (in French.)

    1831 Census of Lower Canada (Quebec), Kamouraska County


  • Labelle County


  • Lac-Saint-Jean (Former counties of Lac-Saint-Jean-Est and Lac-Saint-Jean-Ouest)


  • Laprairie County

    Laprairie Parish, Quebec 1871 Census - Selected Entries


  • L'Assomption County


  • Laval : See Ile-Jésus County


  • Lévis County

    Annuaire du Collège de Lévis, Québec 1942 : Lévis College, Lévis, Quebec 1942 yearbook (in French.)


  • L'Islet County

    Index des contrats de mariage avec des notaires des comtés Montmagny, de L'Islet et de Bellechasse. Index to marriage contracts in the counties of Bellechasse, L'Islet, and Montmagny, Quebec. Free online edition of this 1073 page book published in 2006 (pdf document).


  • Lotbinière County


  • Maskinongé County


  • Matane County


  • Matapédia County


  • Mégantic County


  • Missisquoi County

    Stanbridge Temperance Society (Quebec) List of Original Members, January 20, 1831 (Images online) : Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3

    Stanbridge, Missisquoi, Quebec Census 1851

    1855 Militia of Stanbridge, Missisquoi, Quebec

    Missisquoi County, Quebec 1851 Census Name Index (pdf document)

    South Beech Ridge Cemetery, Clarenceville, Quebec

    John M. McGregor Notary Records : Index 1851-1879. Images online of the original index, surnames A to J only. John M. McGregor practices in Montreal, Quebec from 1851 to 1854 and in Stanbridge, Quebec from 1854 to 1880.

    List of Persons Taking the Oath of Allegiance at Missisquoi Bay from the Lower Canada (Quebec) Land Records 1795-1797

    Maple Dale Cemetery, Morgan’s Corner, Missisquoi County, Quebec


  • Montcalm County

    CAN-PQ-RAWDON Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in the town of Rawdon, Montcalm County, Quebec, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.


  • Montmagny County

    Index des contrats de mariage avec des notaires des comtés Montmagny, de L'Islet et de Bellechasse. Index to marriage contracts in the counties of Bellechasse, L'Islet, and Montmagny, Quebec. Free online edition of this 1073 page book published in 2006 (pdf document).


  • Montmorency County

    Mariages de Saint-Jean, Ile d'Orléans, Québec 1683 - 1765 (In French)

    Mariages de Saint-Laurent, Ile d'Orléans, Québec 1681 - 1789 (In French)


  • Montreal (Island of)

    1666 Montreal, Quebec Census

    Projet Adhémar : Montreal population from 1642 to 1805, owners and tenants (in French)

    Citizenship Registration Records for the Montreal Circuit Court (1851-1945). Before 1947, foreigners could petition for naturalization. Library and Archives Canada holds the citizenship registration records for the Montreal Circuit Court (1851-1945). This research tool contains 8,432 references.

    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.

    Annuaires Lovell de Montréal et sa banlieue 1842-1999 (Québec). Images online of Montreal City Directories 1842-1999. While the Web site is in French, the directories themselves are in both French and English.

    Members of the Institut Canadien de Montréal 1844-1884 (archived Web site, not always available. The Institut Canadien was a literary and scientific society. It maintained the largest free library in Montreal, Quebec. Disseminating progressive ideas, the Institut often came into conflict with the Roman Catholic Church.

    John M. McGregor Notary Records : Index 1851-1879. Images online of the original index, surnames A to J only. John M. McGregor practices in Montreal, Quebec from 1851 to 1854 and in Stanbridge, Quebec from 1854 to 1880.

    CAN-MONTREAL-IRISH Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in the Irish in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.

    Verdun, Quebec Elected Officials 1875-2005 (pdf document). Once a municipality on the Island of Montreal, Verdun is now a borough of the City of Montreal.

    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).


  • Napierville County


  • Nicolet County

    Le clergé du diocèse de Nicolet, 1885-1979. Past and present Clergy of the Roman Catholic diocese of Nicolet, Quebec. In French.


  • Nord-du-Québec


  • Papineau County

    Cemeteries of West Quebec and Upper Gatineau : In Gatineau County : Aylwin, Farrellton, Gatineau, Gracefield, Maniwaki, Montcerf, Sainte-Famille-d'Aumond; In Papineau County : Angers, Buckingham, Mayo, Perkins.

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


  • Pontiac County

    Pontiac County, Quebec Cemeteries


  • Portneuf County

    Saint-Augustin-de-Portneuf, Quebec 1946 School census (in French) : Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4

    Recensement familial de St-Augustin-Portneuf (31 décembre 1945) : Families residing in St-Augustin-Portneuf, Quebec in 1945. In many cases, their lineage up to the first generation in New France is also provided (images online, in French.) Surnames Amyot to Couture : Images 37 to 44 - Couture to Gaboury : Images 53 to 60 - Genest to Julien : Images 69 to 76 - Juneau to Martel : Images 85 to 88 - Martel to Picard : Images 103 to 106 - Potvin to Voyer : Images 121 to 128

    Familles nombreuses à Saint-Augustin, Comté de Portneuf en 1946. Heads of household of large families (9 to 19 children) in Saint-Augustin, Portneuf County, Quebec in 1946 (in French.)

    Au tournant d'un siècle : Saint-Léonard, 1899-1999 (Québec). Free online edition of this book published in 1998. Saint-Léonard-de-Portneuf, Quebec history, biographies and genealogies (in French.)


  • Quebec City Area

    Recensement de la ville de Québec pour 1716. Census of Quebec City for the year 1716. Includes index. Free online edition of a book published in 1887.

    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.

    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 ...

    Dictionnaire généalogique des familles de Charlesbourg (Québec). Genealogical dictionary of the families of Charlesbourg from the origins (1659) to the date of publication (1906). Charlesbourg is now a borough of Quebec City (since 2002). In French.

    Notes sur les archives de Notre-Dame de Beauport : Free online edition of this book by Jean Langevin published in Quebec City in 1860. One of the oldest parishes of New France, these gleanings from the archives of Notre-Dame de Beauport contain details on many of the earliest French settlers on the American continent. In French.

    Noms des anciennes élèves de Notre-Dame de Bellevue depuis la fondation. Female students at the Notre-Dame-de-Bellevue College in Ste-Foy, Quebec from its foundation in 1873 to 1944 (in French.)

    Garçons de Notre-Dame de Bellevue 1926-1945. Male students at the Notre-Dame-de-Bellevue College in Ste-Foy, Quebec (in French.)

    Index to the 1744 Quebec City Census

    Les cimetières de Québec. Free online edition of this book dedicated to the history Quebec City cemeteries published in 1941. Includes several interment lists. In French.


  • Richelieu County

    Index des mariages de la région de Sorel, Québec, Canada (In French)


  • Richmond County

    Mariages de Danville (comté de Richmond), Québec, 1866-1879 (In French)

    Liste électorale 1935, Saint-Georges-de-Windsor : 1935 electoral list of Saint-Georges-de-Windsor, Richmond County, Québec (In French)

    Baptêmes de Saint-Georges-de-Windsor 1864-1907, Asbestos region, Québec (in French).


  • Rimouski County


  • Rivière-du-Loup County


  • Rouville County


  • Saguenay County


  • Saint-Hyacinthe County

    Album photo-biographique du clergé catholique du Diocèse de St. Hyacinthe (1879). Photo-biographical album of the Roman Catholic clergy in the Diocese of St-Hyacinthe, Quebec. Images online of this book published in 1879.

    Album du clergé séculier du Diocèse de Saint-Hyacinthe (1934). Biographies of the members of the clergy in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec. Images online of a book published in 1934 (in French.)


  • Saint-Jean County

    The English Settlers of Lacolle, Quebec


  • Saint-Maurice County

    Les pionniers de Trois-Rivières 1634-1665. List of early settlers of Trois-Rivieres, Quebec with links to genealogical data for those with descendants living today.

    Trois-Rivières, Quebec War Memorial : World War I and II.

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


  • Shefford County


  • Sherbrooke County


  • Soulanges County


  • Stanstead County


  • Témiscamingue County

    Les Côtes à Perreault : Notre-Dame-du-Nord, comté Témiscamingue, 1887-2002 : la petite histoire. History of the Côtes à Perreault section of the municipality of Notre-Dame-du-Nord, Témiscamingue County, Quebec. Includes biographical sketches and several lists of names (early land owners, lists of residents, death records, etc.) In French.


  • Témiscouata County

    Liste des paroissiens d'Estcourt, année 1943. Parishioners of the Roman Catholic parish of Marie-Médiatrice, Estcourt, Quebec in 1943 (in French.)

    Témiscouata County, Quebec Cemeteries : Headstone transcriptions and photos (partial).


  • Terrebonne County

    Roman Catholic families living in Ste-Agathe-des-Monts, Quebec in 1912 (in French.) : Countryside - Village


  • Vaudreuil County


  • Verchères County

    Contrecoeur : famille, seigneurie, paroisse, village. History of Contrecoeur, Verchères County, Quebec published in 1940. Includes census records for 1681, 1765, 1825, 1831 (partial), biographical sketches, and an index. In French.


  • Wolfe County

    Wotton (Wolfe County), Quebec Roman Catholic Baptism Records 1851-1855 (In French)

    Mariages de Saint-Camille (comté de Wolfe), Québec 1868-1879 (In French)


  • Yamaska County



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