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Link / Lien Description
Featured Links
Southwestern Quebec Genealogical Resources Searchable links to the 19th century baptism, marriage and burial records of the Protestant Churches in Southwestern Québec.
Newspaper indices, photo collections, family trees, etc, etc.
Placenames in SouthWest Quebec Old and new place and feature names in the Southwest corner of Quebec with reference to modern maps.
1901 Census for Chateauguay County A project to transcribe the 1901 Census records from the National Archives. The transcription of Quebec Records has been completed. There is also an opportunity to suggest corrections to the entries.
1911 Census for Chateauguay County A project to transcribe the 1911 Census records from the National Archives. The transcription of Quebec Records has been completed. There is also an opportunity to suggest corrections or additional notes to the entries.
GenWeb Sites
GenWeb Québec Index to all QuébecGenWeb Pages.(bilingual) Index aux pages QuébecGenWeb (bilingual)
GenWeb Monteregie A regional GenWeb site for the Monteregie region of Quebec which includes all of southwest Quebec.
GenWeb Huntingdon The GenWeb site for the neighboring county of Huntingdon.
GenWeb Vaudreuil-Soulanges A Genweb site for the County of Vaudreuil-Soulanges on the north side of the St-Lawrence River.
GenWeb Montreal Links to the Montreal West-end english and Montreal East-end french GenWeb sites.
Eastern Townships Genweb
(Anglo-Protestant)
Anglo-Protestant roots in the Quécbec counties of Arthabaska, Brome, Compton, Drummond, Megantic, Mississquoi, Richmond, Shefford, Sherbrooke, Stanstead and Wolfe. Racines anglo-protestants aux comtés d'Arthabaska, Brome, Compton, Drummond, Mégantic, Mississquoi, Richmond, Shefford, Sherbrooke, Stanstead et Wolfe (en anglais)
GenWeb Estrie
(Franco-Catholique)
A GenWeb site covering most of the Eastern Townships, concentrating on the french catholic roots.
Cemeteries
Huntingdon Cemeteries Cemeteries in Neighboring Huntingdon County.
Hemmingford, Quebec Cemetery Records The database, created carefully by Garry and Jeannie Bickes, was compiled from readable gravestone inscriptions from all the known Hemmingford and area cemeteries, with the exception of the first Catholic cemetery, which has no remaining stones. The cemetery records, which total more than 6,000, are combined and sorted by last name. The normal page is down and this link is to a backup page.
Mount Royal Cemetery Mount Royal Cemetery, a commercial cemetery on the mountain in Montreal is one of the oldest commercial cemeteries in Canada. Many notable historic persons (including the real Anna from the King of Siam story) are among the quarter of a million burials there.
Notre-Dame des Neiges Cemetery
Cimetière de Notre-Dame des Neiges
The Notre-Dame des Neiges Cemetery is the primary catholic cemetery in Montreal. Located on the mountain in Montreal, it is the final resting place of most of the catholics from the city. An on-line Search service is available
Northern New York Tombstone Transcription Project Information on cemeteries in Franklin and Clinton Counties (NY) that is opposite the Townships of Huntingdon County.
Clinton County (NY) Cemeteries Information on Cemeteries in Clinton Co (NY) in the northeast corner of New York opposite Hemmingford, Havelock, and Franklin Townships.
Cemeteries on the Internet Link to the Interment.net web site.
Cemetery Junction Directory of cemeteries in the Canada, United States and Australia
Archives and Libraries
Bibliotheque et Archive Nationales du Quebec
Quebec National Library and Archives

Big changes in 2006. The Bibliotheque Nationales du Quebec/Quebec National Library (BNQ) and the Archive Nationales du Quebec/Quebec National Archives (ANQ) have merged under one management (BANQ). The library side features the new "Grande Bibliotheque" on Berri St. in Montreal and is the official repository of published material for the Province of Quebec. This includes books, newspapers, maps, post cards, music in different formats, etc, etc. The archive side has consolidated all the genealogical collections including those previously available in the Montreal main Library, Salle Gagnon, in the Montreal Archive Centre at 535 Viger St. Also included are the Superior Court archives, Notarial records, and many private archive collections.

There is one new website for both the library and archive. It is mostly bilingual although some pages have not yet been translated. Go to the Archives Montreal Centre for a mostly complete list of the available genealogical resources at the Archives. They have also digitized many of the collections.

Library and Archives Canada
Bibliothéques et Archives Canada
Library and Archives Canada comprise the merged resources of the old National Library of Canada and the National Archives of Canada now under one management. For the genealogist, the resource source list shows what is available.
Genealogy and Historical Societies
Chateauguay Valley Historical Society The CVHS covers the whole of southwestern Quebec.
Québec Family History Society A non-profit family history/genealogy group specializing in anglophone genealogy in Quebec. Publications available: ancestral files, FAQ's on Québec. Genealogical research.
SGCF: Société généalogique canadienne-française The SGCF is a group specializing in French-Canadian genealogy in Quebec. They have many resources including a well stocked library available to members. The web page is only in french.
Other Resources on the Internet
Cyndi's List for Quebec A very extensive listing of Genealogical resources relating to Quebec on the internet.
Battle of Chateauguay The web site of the Parks Canada Interpretation Center at Allen's Corners on the location where the Battle of Chateauguay was fought in 1813. The battle was between the US "Army of the North" commanded by Gen. Hampton who was bent on capturing Montreal and a small defending force commanded by Col de Salaberry who defeated them at this location.
Québec Genealogy Page Francogène (bilingual)
Immigrants to Canada This wonderful site explains immigration patterns to Canada and has lots of good links to ship's passenger lists
The Political Graveyard Burial places of American politicians.
Canadian Genealogy Resources The Canadian section of Genealogy Today Web Site
Veteran Affairs Canada
The Canadian Virtual War Memorial
Information on Canadian solders killed in action in all wars.
Archivianet list of resources at Archives Canada An index of the various data available from the Archives in Ottawa.
Native Peoples Genealogy Resources for Indigenous Cultures around the World

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