Membership Year Renewal

Our membership year runs from July1, 2024 to June 30, 2025. To renew your membership  for 2024/25, click on the link below.
 
Income from memberships supports the Quebec Family History Society and allows us to maintain our physical location with research facilites and library.
 
To renew or join click on the Membership Link below and choose Online or Mail
 
 


Our members or  any interested members of the public wishing to visit the Heritage Centre please call ahead to reserve a time and date.    Thank you for your consideration.     514 695 1502
Members of the Quebec Family History Society have access to millions of records on our genealogical databases including Quebec, Canada, the United States, the British Isles and various other  parts of the world. We would love to see you.
 

Quebec Family History Society

The Quebec Family History Society is the largest English-language genealogical society in the province of Quebec, Canada. We are a federally registered charity, financed by memberships and donations. 
 
 
THE NEW ADDRESS OF THE QFHS HERITAGE CENTRE IS:
173C Cartier Ave., #103
Pointe Claire, Quebec
H9S 4R9
Telephone number and email remain the same
514 695-1502      qfhs@bellnet.ca
 
 


Thanks to our Dedicated Group of Volunteers, the Circulating Library of over 20,000 items on the First Floor of the Heritage Centre has reopened for Business. Members can now borrow items from the Library.

Remember that the catalogue for the library is available for you to consult. Just click on Library Catalogue in the left side bar.


 

Quebec Land Registers

Our good friends at the Chataugauy Valley Historical Society (CVGS) have crafted a step-by-step presentation on gaining access to the Registre Foncier du Québec.

If you are on a journey to find registered documentation for your ancestral family in Quebec, this is a path you can travel that has already been prepared for you for notaries and lawyers who also need this information.

This presentation guides us through the complicated Registre system and demonstrates how to mine the genealogical nuggets to be found therein.

See the presentation here. Click here