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Abitibi; Project GenWeb Abitibi-Témiscamingue (French/English)
Acadian Genealogy
Acadian/Cajun Genealogy
Acadian Surname List
Argenteuil; Church of Scotland Records 1820s-1880s
Asbestos; Project GenWeb Asbestos (French)
Bas-du-Fleuve; Project GenWeb Bas-du-Fleuve (in French/English)
BMD's Quebec 1621-1799 birth, marriage and deaths between 1621 and  1799 in Quebec for catholic church records,  a pay site when wanting more information
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Canadian Genealogy and History Links - Quebec
Châteauguay County Genweb (English)
Châteauguay Valley Pioneers
Chateauguay: Volunteers
Citizenship Registration Records for the Montreal Circuit Court (1851-1945) from Canada Archives
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 courtesy National Archives Quebec
Cyndi's List - Quebec largest private collection of genealogy links on the web
Eastern Townships &Quebec Genealogy (fee for searches) by Marlene Simmons
Fichier Originedatabase of vital records of French and foreign immigrants  who settled in Quebec from the beginnings of the colony to 1865
Filles du Roi 1663-1673 The filles du roi, or King's Daughters, were some 770 women who arrived in the colony of New France (Canada) between 1663 and 1673, under the financial sponsorship of King Louis XIV of France

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Frampton Irish history and genealogy of Irish emigrants to the vicinity of Frampton Township in Dorchester County of Lower Canada (Quebec) in the early 19th century
French to English and English to French translation (useful online translator by Yahoo)
French Pioneers in Canada who arrived in Quebec before 1825 indexed by department
Gaspe Bay Area Families over 16,000 entries
Gaspé Land Commission List of Names of Claimants (1626-1841)   from Canada Archives
Genealogy Helplist Quebec request free lookups on records  by volunteers
Gore Township., Argenteuil Co., Quebec Genealogy Data
Hebridean Scots of the Province of Quebec- history of the Scots who emigrated from the Isle of Lewis in the Nineteenth Century and settled in Quebec. searchable database (7,000 names)
Huguenots in New France to 1763
Huntingdon County; Gleaner Extracts 1863-1951 The extracts on these pages  are primarily birth, marriage, and death announcements of English speaking families in the area
Immigrants at Grosse-Île 33,000 immigrants who stayed at the Grosse-Île Quarantine Station between 1832 and 1937

Index of French immigrants in North America
Inkeepers & Merchants (Three  Rivers district 1836)
Inventories after Death in the Montréal Area, 1791-1840 courtesy National Archives Quebec

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