Monday, June 21, 2010

Quebec Family History Services

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Genealogical Research in Quebec for both Catholic and non-Catholic ancestors
Quebec Family History Services
Whether they were Catholic or Protestant, I can help you find them.
Qualifications: I have a Ph.D. degree in a scientific discipline and have spent my career in research. I have been conducting genealogical research for some 30 years and have experience in conducting research in several Canadian Provinces, England, Scotland, Ireland and Germany. While my language of choice is English, I can work comfortably with French genealogical records.
Resources Available (abbreviated list):1) Various Catholic marriage indexes such as Drouin.2) Microfilm copies of parish registers, both Catholic and Protestant.3) Nominal Census returns for the Province (1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891,1901 and 1911) as well as some earlier returns.4) Quebec land grants and land petitions.5) Quebec land records.6) Notarial records.7) Easy access to Quebec National Archives (ANQ) in Sherbrooke and Montreal (which now has the "Salle Gagnon" collection), the Quebec National Library (BNQ) and the Notman Photographic archives in Montreal. As I live in the Eastern Townships region of Quebec, I am ideally situated to conduct research in this area.
Services Offered: Location of marriages in the province, photocopying of original records, construction of lineages and family groups using baptismal marriage, burial and census records, etc. With every search, I will write a report on the findings, complete with references to original documents.

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