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Facts found in the 1831 census include name of head of family, occupation, and locality. The records can be searched by name or browsed by region.
[Located in Category: Quebec Resources]
This is a free head of household census with occupation stated and minimal information about the number, age range and gender of family members.
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[Located in Category: Societies]
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This is an ancestral tourist site that provides interesting background notes.
[Located in Category: Scottish Resources]
This is the world's largest family history website, containing more than four billion records. This subscription-based site is available for free to QFHS members who visit our Library.
[Located in Category: General Resources]
This site provides information about all aspects of the Boer War, including a searchable index.
[Located in Category: Military Resources]
The online catalogue provides a single search to obtain information about more than 7,000 collections of historical records in the holdings of 21 archives in Wales.
[Located in Category: British Resources]
This website includes scanned images of the original printed version of Griffith's Valuation, carried out between 1847 and 1864, and the annotated valuation maps which allow you to pinpoint the precise location of every property in Ireland at that time.
[Located in Category: Irish Resources]
This website provides free access to names on the 1901, 1906, and 1911 Canadian censuses, with 1851/52 censuses partly indexed.
[Located in Category: Canadian Resources]
More than 700,000 birth, marriage and death records are available, including births from 1854 to 1903, deaths from 1872 to 1991, and marriages from 1872 to 1936.
[Located in Category: Canadian Resources]
This site provides online lists of burials in Catholic and Protestant cemeteries in Quebec's Beauharnois County.
[Located in Category: Quebec Resources]
Provincial library and archives of Quebec.
[Located in Category: Quebec Resources]
Vancouver Public Library's collection of digitized British Columbia city directories dates from 1860 up to and including 1940. The directories contain detailed historical information about British Columbian communities, including street and name listings of individuals and businesses in Vancouver and Victoria; population figures; government listings; operating newspapers; and schools and libraries from communities across the province.
[Located in Category: Canadian Resources]
[Located in Category: Societies]
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This is a good site for British army medal and casualty rolls and military case histories.
[Located in Category: Military Resources]
This website attempts to identify the dates and deployments of various British military units prior to 1870 within Canada and elsewhere in the western hemisphere.
[Located in Category: Canadian Resources]
The section on British army officers is particulary useful to family historians.
[Located in Category: Military Resources]
The aim of this site is to give family historians guidance towards carrying out good quality, sound research and help on how to find relevant sources of information.
[Located in Category: British Resources]
This website contains information about battles during WWI and WWII.
[Located in Category: Military Resources]
Often referred to as the "official newspaper of the Government of Canada," the Canada Gazette has been an important instrument in the Canadian democratic process for more than 160 years.
[Located in Category: Canadian Resources]
This site provides links to free Canadian genealogical data.
[Located in Category: Canadian Resources]
This Government of Canada site provides access to websites and digitized resources about Canada's military history.
[Located in Category: Military Resources]
Veteran Affairs Canada provides an online registry of information about the graves and memorials of more than 116,000 Canadians who gave their lives for their country.
[Located in Category: Military Resources]
Nearly 45,000 British and European women left everything familiar to start a new life with their husbands in post-war Canada, and this site offers stories and photos.
[Located in Category: Military Resources]
This site provides online lists of burials in Catholic and Protestant cemeteries in many Quebec counties.
[Located in Category: Quebec Resources]
This site provides indexed images of the 1901 and 1911 censuses of all Ireland.
[Located in Category: Irish Resources]
Searchable by name and province.
[Located in Category: Canadian Resources]
This site provides online lists of burials in Catholic and Protestant cemeteries in Quebec's Châteauguay County.
[Located in Category: Quebec Resources]
This is a computerized database containing very basic facts about servicemen who served on both sides during the U.S. Civil War.
[Located in Category: Military Resources]
Cyndi's List contains what is probably the most comprehensive list of online genealogy sources and is an excellent site for every famiy historian.
[Located in Category: General Resources]
This pay-per-view database holds records of burials in the UK and Republic of Ireland, mainly from the 1850s.
[Located in Category: British Resources]
For the study of the Eastern Townships with a special focus on the English-speaking community
[Located in Category: Quebec Resources]
This pay site has a comprehensive list of marriages for Northern Ireland from 1845 to 1921 for counties Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry and Tyrone.
[Located in Category: Irish Resources]
This is a free database from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon), contains numerous vital records.
[Located in Category: General Resources]
One of the best web sites in Quebec dealing with French Canadian ancestors.
[Located in Category: Quebec Resources]
This pay-per-view site offers subscription access to the Civil Registration Index for England and Wales, census records, city directories, plus "Passenger Lists for Ships Leaving the UK (1890-1919)."
[Located in Category: British Resources]
Free BMD (Births, Marriages, Deaths) provides access to the Civil Registration index information for England and Wales, from 1837 to the early 1960s.
[Located in Category: British Resources]
The Université de Montréal and Marianopolis College provide a good overview about the large migration of French Canadians to the US.
[Located in Category: Quebec Resources]
This site includes records on Dublin in 1820, trades in 1931 as well as several genealogy links for names, estate records, will abstracts and journals. Several interesting historical links.
[Located in Category: Irish Resources]
This website features more than 30,000 images of objects, books, letters, aerial photographs and other items from museums, archives and libraries throughout Wales.
[Located in Category: British Resources]
[Located in Category: Societies]
This link is a guide to help beginners get started on history and family genealogy.
[Located in Category: General Resources]
The GROI holds master copies of births, deaths and marriages for all of ireland up to 1921 and thereafter for the Republic of Ireland only.
[Located in Category: Irish Resources]
The General Register Office of Northern Ireland in Belfast holds the original birth and death registers recorded by the local district registrars for Northern Ireland from 1864. Marriage registers for Northern ireland are available from 1922.
[Located in Category: Irish Resources]
GENUKI provides a virtual reference library of genealogical information of particular relevance to the UK and Ireland
[Located in Category: British Resources]
Learn tips and tricks for making your Google searches more effective and efficient.
[Located in Category: General Resources]
This online collection contains 18th, 19th and early 20th-century local and trade directories from England and Wales.
[Located in Category: British Resources]
This site provides online lists of burials in Catholic and Protestant cemeteries in Quebec's Huntingdon County.
[Located in Category: Quebec Resources]