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QFHS publications, churches registers, cemeteries and census transcriptions
Many of the church register transcriptions, marriage indexes, cemetery monument inscriptions, census transcriptions, and QFHS publications listed below are available in an 8.5" x 11", comb (spiral) binding format, unless otherwise indicated.
 
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Church Register Transcriptions
E6000 - Church Register Transcription Series
All books in this series measure 8.5 x 11 with comb bindings, unless otherwise indicated.
 
E6010 - Christ Anglican Church, Montreal, Marriage Index, 1766-1899 $28.00
Editor: Robert Dunn - 254 pp.
This is an index of marriages from 1766 to 1899 for Christ Anglican Church in Montreal. 2005
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E6020 - Christ Anglican Church, Sorel, 1784-1899, Births, Marriages, Deaths $36.00
Editor: Marlene Simmons - 290 pp.
This is an index of births, marriages and deaths for Christ Anglican Church in Sorel, Quebec. The church registers also include some entries for Montreal, Berthier, Drummondville, Saint-Armand, and even New York State. 1999
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E6020cd - Christ Church Anglican, Sorel, 1784-1899 BMD on CD $21.00
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E6030 - Côte St. Charles (Wesleyan Methodist), Hudson, 1855-1874, Births, Marriages, Burials $22.00
Editor: Shirley Lancaster - 30 pp.
This is a register of births, marriages and burials for the Wesleyan Methodist congregation in the Circuit of Cavignol, District of Montreal. There were actually two registers: one known as the Côte St. Charles register; and the other as the Register of Civil Status Cavignol Mission. In 1870 the area became known as the Hudson Mission. 1995
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E6040 - Christ Anglican Church, Côteau-du-Lac, 1829-1857, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials $27.00
Editors: Miriam Hayward and Shirley Lancaster - 80 pp.
This transcription has been compiled from the original parish registers preserved in the Archives of the Diocese of Montreal, Anglican Church of Canada. It is a register of baptisms, marriages and burials in Côteau-du-Lac and parts adjacent and in Vaudreuil, Quebec. 2000
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E6042cd - Quyon United Church, Pontiac County, 1859-1930, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials on CD $19.00
Editor: Randy D. McConnell - 124 pp.
This transcription has been compiled from the original parish registers of Quyon United Church of Onslow Township, Pontiac County, Quebec. It is a register of births and baptisms, marriages and burials, from 1859 to 1930. Unknown Now available in cd format only.
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E6045 - Shefford County, Protestant Marriages, 1880-1889 $40.00
Editor: Kathleen Brock - 8.5 x 14 comb binding; 60 pp.
This work represents a compilation of more than 1,990 marriage entries from 24 congregations of seven religious demominations, including circuit rider microfilms, in Shefford County, Quebec. 2004
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E6046 - Shefford County, Protestant Births & Baptisms, 1880-1889 $35.00
Editor: Kathleen Brock - 92 pp.
This work represents a compilation of more than 3,500 baptism entries from 24 congregations of seven religious demominations, including circuit rider microfilms, in Shefford County, Quebec. 2002
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E6047 - Shefford County, Protestant Death & Burial Index, 1880-1889 $40.00
Editor: Kathleen Brock - 8.5 x 14 comb binding; 58 pp.
This work represents a compilation of more than 1,900 Burial entries from 24 congregations of seven religious demominations, including circuit rider microfilms, in Shefford County, Quebec. 2002
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E6050 - Sutton Township, Protestant Churches,1850-1899, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials $40.00
Editor: Marlene Simmons - 316 pp.
This book provides an index to the civil registers of the Protestant churches of Sutton Township, Quebec, prior to 1900. It includes the church records from Grace Church (Anglican) in Sutton, All Saints (Anglican) in Abercorn, the Church of Good Shepherd (Anglican) in Glen Sutton, Christ Church (Anglican) of Potton, Olivet Baptist Church in Sutton, Wesleyan and New Connection Methodist Churches in Sutton, and the Universalist Church in Abercorn and Waterloo. Individuals are listed alphabetically by surname and given name with a reference to their spouses. Women are listed by their maiden name. 1994
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E6055 - St. Ann's Catholic Church, Montreal, Baptisms and Marriages, 1873-1899 $55.00
Editors: Sheila Hennessy and Robert Dunn - 545 pp.
This book provides a compilation of baptisms and marriages for St. Ann's Roman Catholic Church, Montreal, in the area commonly referred to as Griffintown, from 1873 to 1899. 2003
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E6060 - Sainte-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier, Portneuf County, 1832-1901 $30.00
Editor: Anne-Marie Garneau - 200 pp.
This catalogue is an invaluable resource for researchers looking for Irish ancestors who settled in the 1820s in Portneuf County, an area 32 kilometres northwest of Quebec. It lists almost 4,000 births or baptisms and more than 1,600 deaths at one of the first Irish Catholic parishes. Although the page column headings are written in French, this book is very easy to understand. 2002
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Crown Land Grants of Quebec
Crown Land Grants Series
All of the books in this category measure 8.5 x 11 with comb bindings.

Editor: QFHS - These indexes are a series of lists of settlers granted land lots and refers to the page where their properties are shown in the publication "Lands Granted by the Crown in the Province of Quebec from 1763 to 31st December 1890." For information on the Land Grants research process, visit Quebec Land Grants in the Library section.
 
F7001CD - Complete Set on CD $30.00
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F7010 - Surname Index A $5.00
This book provides an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with A. 30 pp. $5.00
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F7011 - Surname Index B $15.00
This book provides an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with B. 136 pp. $15.00 1 paper copy left
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F7012 - Surname Index C $12.00
This book provides an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with C. 90pp. $12.00 1 paper copy left
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F7013 - Surname Index D $10.00
This book provides an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with D. 70 pp. $10.00
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F7014 - Surname Index E $2.50
This book is an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with E. 14 pp. $2.50
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F7015 - Surname Index F $8.00
This book is an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with F. 42 pp. $8.00
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F7016 - Surname Index G $12.00
This book is an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with G. 76 pp. $12.00 1 paper copy left
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F7017 - Surname Index H $7.00
This book is an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with H. 50 pp. $7.00
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F7018 - Surname Index I/J $2.50
This book is an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with I and J. 24 pp. $2.50
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F7019 - Surname Index K $3.00
This book is an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with K. 20 pp. $3.00
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F7020 - Surname Index L $10.00
This book is an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with L. 102 pp. $10.00
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F7021 - Surname Index M $12.00
This book is an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with M. 148 pp. $12.00
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F7022 - Surname Index N $3.00
This book is an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with N. 16 pp. $3.00
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F7023 - Surname Index O $3.00
This book is an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with O. 12 pp. $3.00
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F7024 - Surname Index P $8.00
This book is an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with P. 80 pp. $8.00
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F7025 - Surname Index Q $3.00
This book provides an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with Q. 8 pp. $3.00
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F7026 - Surname Index R $7.00
This book provides an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with R. 56 pp. $7.00
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F7027 - Surname Index S $8.00
This book provides an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with S. 74 pp. $8.00
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F7028 - Surname Index T $4.00
This book provides an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with T. 40 pp. $4.00
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F7029 - Surname Index U/V $2.50
This book provides an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with U and V. 22 pp. $2.50
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F7030 - Surname Index W $4.00
This book provides an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with W. 36 pp. $4.00
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F7031 - Surname Index X/Y/Z $2.50
This book provides an index of Crown Land Grants of Quebec for surnames starting with X, Y and Z. 6 pp. $2.50
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Genealogy Books
A0005 - Aberdeen Sailing Ships - Fast Sailing and Copper Bottomed $24.00
Author: Lucille H. Campey - softcover, 208 pp.
The days when Aberdeen's "fast sailing and copper-bottomed" ships carried emigrant Scots to Canada are brought to life in this fascinating account of the northern Scotland exodus during the sailing ship era. Lucille H. Campey finds convincing evidence of good ships, sailed by experienced captains and managed by reputable people, thus challenging head on the perceived imagery of abominable sea passages in leaking old tubs. Campey's approach is to identify all of the emigrant sea crossings to Canada made on Aberdeen sailing ships. Natural Heritage Books, 2002.
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A0006 - The Allan Family: They left the world a better place $27.00
Author: Maureen Borland - hardcover, 291 pp.
The Allan family, beginning with Alexander (Captain Sandy) Allan, dominated the shipping world for more than a century through the 1800s. Based in Montreal, Glasgow and Liverpool, Alexander's children and grandchildren became industrialists, bankers, railwaymen, philanthropists, social reformers and landowners. This story begins in 1780 and continues to 1955. 2013
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A0020 - Cemetery Heritage in Quebec: A Handbook $15.00
Author: Matthew Farfan - softcover, 52 pp.
Farfan's handbook, a how-to manual for those interested in conserving and restoring cemeteries, covers topics such as: legalities related to cemeteries in Quebec, fundraising and recruiting volunteers, and maintenance of gravestones. Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network, 2008.
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A0030 - Chasing Grandma $19.00
Author: Barbara Young - softcover, 133 pp.
"It started so innocently. At first all I wanted were her parents' names for the family tree."
Puzzled by the lack of information on her grandmother, Barbara Young began a journey of enquiry that lasted ten years, which ultimately ended with a stunning revelation that her grandmother was a Home Child. Chasing Grandma is an intriguing mystery and a powerful, compelling portrait of two women. Shoreline, 2001
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A0550 - From Scotland to the English River $20.00
Authors: Donna Templeton and Jean Furcall - softcover, 197 pp.
In 1829 Robert Templeton, his wife Margaret Dickie, their 6 children and Robert's brother Hugh left Scotland and traveled to Canada, settling on the English River in the Chateauguay Valley. Their descendants now number well over 2000. These are their stories. Self-published, 2004
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A0560 - McGregors: Kith and Kin $24.00
Authors: Donna Templeton and Jean Furcall - softcover, 285 pp.
Close bonds were formed by those hardy pioneers with family as the basis of their existence. Neighbours often became relatives through marriage. Working together and caring for each other became the hallmark of fledgling settlements in the Chateauguay Valley. Diaries and scrapbooks have given us a picture of the bygone era. Self-published, 2008
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A0700 - Glimpses of Old St. Henry $8.00
Author: Lois L. Stephenson - soft cover, 80pp.
St. Henry, created in 1831, in the seigneury of Rigaud was settled largely by families from Cumberland, England. This book recounts the history and tells stories about life in the now vanished settlement. Hudson Historical Society. 1994, second printing.
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A0750 - Historical Industries & Services of Hudson, Quebec (1841-2004) $22.00
Authors: Rod L. Hodgson, Margaret A. Peyton, Daniel VIgneault and Martin Hofton - softcover, 179 pp.
A collection of five short historical studies on: The Ottawa River Navigation Company; The Hudson Water Works System; The Hudson Police Department; Hodgson Brothers’ Sawmill and Hudson Hosiery. Hudson Historical Society, 2007
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A0800 - History of Huntingdon County, revised 2nd ed. $44.00
Author: Robert Sellar - hardcover, 644 pp.
This book details the settlement of the Chateauguay Valley from Chateauguay and Beauharnois to Huntingdon and Hemmingford, from the early 1800s with extensive coverage of the first settlers, the war of 1812 and the Quebec rebellion of 1838. This edition contains additional material about the rebellion in 1837 and corrections. It comes with a companion booklet - an index of the names found in the book. 1975
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A0850 - Hudson: The Early Years up to 1867 $22.00
Author: John Thompson - softcover, 104 pp.
Based on a Master’s Thesis titled: “The Evolution of an English-speaking Community in Rural French Canada 1820-1867” this book focuses exclusively on the English families who lived in the Hudson area. Contains genealogical information on many of the families who arrived between 1801 and 1838. Hudson Historical Society, 2004
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A0950 - Main Road, Hudson - Then and Now $10.00
Authors: W.L. Gardiner and Trisha Santa – softcover, coil binding, 84 pp.
A pictorial tour of Main Road Hudson with historical captions. Hudson Historical Society, 1996
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A1250 - The Silver Chief: Lord Selkirk $25.00
Author: Lucille H. Campey - softcover, 208 pp.
Belfast, Prince Edward Island, founded in August 1803, owes its existence to Lord Selkirk. Selkirk's work in Canada extended beyond Belfast to Baldoon (later Wallaceburg) in Ontario, as well as to Red River, the precursor to Winnipeg.
"The Silver Chief", the fifth Earl of Selkirk spent an immense fortune helping Scottish Highlanders relocate themselves in Canada. The author shows that emigration took place in a carefully planned and controlled way and reveals the self-reliance, adaptability and steely determination of the Selkirk settlers. Natural Heritage Books, 2003
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A1450 - Steam, Fire, Ice and TNT $22.00
Authors: Rod L. Hodgson and Martin R. Hofton - softcover, 217 pp.
A collection of four short histories of the Hudson Fire Department, the C.P.R. rail line from Montreal through Hudson to Rigaud, Ice Harvesting on the Ottawa River (1906-1960) and the explosion at the Curtis & Harvey Munitions plant in Dragon in 1917. Hudson Historical Society, 3rd edtition, 2009.
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A1510 - Paths of Opportunity $20.00
Author: Sharon Callaghan - softcover, 136 pp.
Paths of Opportunity is a portrayal of the Irish Montreal experience of one family among many who helped make Montreal what it is today. With tens of thousands of other Irish immigrants, John and Bridget Callaghan arrived in Montreal during the 1840s. The author discovered many interesting facts that helped her put together a picture of the nine decades through which the couple and their children had lived. Shoreline, 2009
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A1540 - Les Écossais: The Pioneer Scots of Lower Canada, 1763-1855 $27.00
Author: Lucille H. Campey - softcover, 312 pp.
This is the first fully documented account, produced in modern times, of the migration of Scots to Lower Canada. Scots were in the forefront of the early influx of British settlers which began in the late eighteenth century. Two of the first Highlanders arrived at La Malbaie soon after 1763. By the early 1800s many Scottish settlements had been formed along the north side of the Ottawa River, in the Chateauguay Valley to the southwest of Montreal and in the Gaspé region. She explains how the province of Quebec came to acquire its distinctive Scottish communities and offers new insights on their experiences and achievements. Natural Heritage Books, 2006
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A1541 - With Axe and Bible: The Scottish Pioneers of New Brunswick, 1784-1874 $20.00
Author: Lucille Campey - softcover, 224 pp.
New Brunswick’s enormous timber trade attracted the first wave of Scots in the late 18th century. As economic conditions in Scotland worsened, the flow of emigrants increased, creating distinctive Scottish communities along the province’s major timber bays and river frontages. While Scots relied on the timber trade for economic sustenance, their religion offered another form of support. It sustained them in a spiritual and cultural sense. These two themes, the axe and the bible, underpin their story. The book is the first fully documented account of Scottish emigration to New Brunswick ever to be written. 2007
 
A1544 - A Very Fine Class of Immigrants: Pioneer Scots of P.E.I. $27.00
Author: Lucille H. Campey - softcover, 184 pp.
Previous studies of early Scottish emigration to the New World have tended to concentrate on the miseries of evictions and the destruction of old communities. In this study of the influx of Scots to Prince Edward Island, the assumption that emigration was solely a flight from poverty is challenged. 'A Fine Class of Immigrants' is essential reading for individuals wishing to trace family links or deepen their understanding the Island's distinctive Scottish communities. The author accesses, for the first time, shipping sources like Lloyd's List and the Lloyd's Shipping Register. Natural Heritage Books, 2nd edition, 2001
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A1700 - The Loyalists of Quebec (A History of United Empire Loyalists) $30.00
Author: United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada - softcover, 485 pp.
At the cessation of hostilities in 1783, between England and the American colonies, 35,000 people suddenly left the American colonies and fled to the British colonies in Atlantic Canada, Quebec and Ontario. This book deals with a particular group of Loyalists and those that were resident in the Montreal district. This book details the names, origins and contributions they made to the province and to the city. United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada, 1989
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A1730 - T.B. Macaulay and Mount Victoria Farm $8.00
Author: Rod L. Hodgson - softcover, 34 pp.
Thomas Bassett Macaulay was an insurance executive (Sun Life Assurance) and gentleman farmer. Descendants of his herd of Holsteins can be found throughout the world. Hudson Historical Society, 1997.
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A1750 - Tracing your Irish Family History $29.00
Author: Anthony Adolph - softcover, 224 pp.
Tracing your Irish Family History is an all-in-one guide. Using images to illustrate, Adolph explains which resources are available, including Griffith's Valuation and Tithe Applotments, and how to use them for family history research. Firefly Books, Limited, 2009
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Marriage Indexes
E000M - Marriage Index Series
All books in this series measure 8.5 x 11 with comb binding, unless otherwise indicated. 2006
 
EANG001M - Ascension Anglican Montreal (Outremont) 1898-1925 $8.00
Editors: Robert Dunn and Derek Hopkins - 32 pp.
Transcriptions from Church Registers for Marriages at Ascension Anglican Montreal (Outremont) Church, from 1898 to 1925. 1,044 marriages recorded.
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EANG003M - Garrison Anglican Montreal 1790-1880 $8.00
Editors: Robert Dunn and Derek Hopkins - 38 pp.
Transcriptions from Church Registers for Marriages at Garrison Anglican Church, Montreal, from 1790 to 1880. 1,104 marriages recorded.
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EANG005M - Grace Anglican Montreal (Pointe St. Charles) 1868-1925 $15.00
Editors: Robert Dunn and Derek Hopkins - 80 pp.
Transcriptions from Church Registers for Marriages at Grace Anglican Church, Montreal (Pointe-Saint-Charles), from 1868 to 1925. 2,676 marriages recorded.
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EANG007M - Saint George Anglican Montreal 1817-1925 $25.00
Editors: Robert Dunn and Derek Hopkins - 150 pp.
Transcriptions from Church Registers for Marriages at Saint George Anglican Church, Montreal, from 1817 to 1925. 7,152 marriages recorded.
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EANG018M - All Saints Anglican Montreal 1890-1925 $8.00
Editors: Robert Dunn and Derek Hopkins - 36 pp.
Transcriptions from Church Registers for Marriages at All Saints Anglican Church, Montreal, from 1890 to1925. 1,414 marriages recorded.
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EANG040M - Christian Advent Anglican Montreal 1894-1925 $8.00
Editors: Robert Dunn and Derek Hopkins - 16 pp.
Transcriptions from Church Registers for Marriages at Christian Advent Anglican Church, Montreal, from 1894 to1925. 314 marriages recorded.
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ECON002M - Calvary Congregational Church Montreal 1834-1920 $8.00
Editors: Robert Dunn and Derek Hopkins - 40 pp.
Transcriptions from Church Registers for Marriages at Calvary Congregational Church, Montreal, from 1834 to 1920. 1,448 marriages recorded.
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EMET013M - Saint James Methodist Church Montreal 1818-1925 $20.00
Editors: Robert Dunn and Derek Hopkins - 100 pp.
Transcriptions from Church Registers for Marriages at Saint James Methodist Church, Montreal, from 1818 to 1925. 4,708 marriages recorded.
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EPRE003M - American Presbyterian Church Montreal 1832-1925 $15.00
Editors: Robert Dunn and Derek Hopkins - 74 pp.
Transcriptions from Church Registers. for Marriages at American Presbyterian Church, Montreal, from 1832-1925. 2,588 marriages recorded.
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EPRE007M - Erskine Presbyterian Church Montreal 1833-1925 $20.00
Editors: Robert Dunn and Derek Hopkins - 92 pp.
Transcriptions from Church Registers for Marriages at Erskine Presbyterian Church, Montreal, from 1833 to 1925. 4,188 marriages recorded.
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EPRE012M - Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church Montreal 1815-1925 $20.00
Editors: Robert Dunn and Derek Hopkins - 88 pp.
Transcriptions from Church Registers for Marriages at Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Montreal, from 1815 to 1925. 3,944 marriages recorded.
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EPRE013M - Saint Gabriel's Presbyterian Church Montreal 1778-1925 $25.00
Editors: Robert Dunn and Derek Hopkins - 154 pp.
Transcriptions from Church Registers for Marriages at Saint Gabriel's Presbyterian Church and First Church, Montreal, from 1778 to 1925. 2,962 marriages recorded.
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EPRE032M - Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Lachine, Quebec, 1818-1925 $8.00
Editors: Robert Dunn and Derek Hopkins - 22 pp.
Transcriptions from Church Registers for Marriages at Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Lachine, from 1818 to 1925. 646 marriages recorded.
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Monument Inscriptions
C4000 - Monument Inscription Series
All books in this series measure 8.5 x 11 with comb bindings unless otherwise indicated.
 
C4003 - Arundel Cemetery $30.00
Editor: QFHS - 49 pp.
Arundel Cemetery of Argenteuil County, Quebec was created to serve all the Protestant congregations in the township of Arundel, including the Methodist, Presbyterian, United and Anglican churches, and the Holiness Movement. Weir, located 7 kilometres away, had two Protestant congregations that also used Arundel Cemetery. 2010
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C4010 - Beechridge Presbyterian Church, Chateauguay County $10.00
Editor: Burton Lang - comb binding, 60 pp.
The Beechridge Presbyterian Church is an old church established to serve the needs of the early Scottish pioneers in the Beechridge and Scotch Settlement areas of Williamstown, Seigniory of Beauharnois, now know as Sainte-Clothide and the neighboring municipality of Saint-Urbain Premier. The book compares the church records with the monument inscriptions in the cemetery. 2001
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C4020 - Côte-Saint-Charles, Hudson, Vaudreuil County (Wesleyan Methodist) $10.00
Editor: Shirley Lancaster - 40 pp.
This pioneer cemetery is located on the south side of Route 201, south of Hudson, Quebec, at the rear of the present Côte-Saint-Charles United Church, formerly the Wesleyan Methodist Church. 1996
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C4022 - Dunham Township Book 1 - Missisquoi County, Quebec $30.00
Editor: Brenda Wilson Birch - 120 pp.
Cemeteries transcribed - Bates, Harvey, Capron, Fitchett, Wing Family, Selby Family, East Dunham, Beattie Family, Hazard Family, Farnam's Corners, Westover Family, Ten Eyck Family, Laraway of Meller, Ste-Croix Roman Catholic, All Saints Anglican , Chapel Corner of Methodist Church. 2004
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C4022cd - Dunham Township Book 1 - Missisquoi County, Quebec on CD $24.00
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C4023 - Dunham Township Book 2 - Missisquoi County, Quebec $35.00
Editor: Brenda Wilson Birch - 196 pp.
Cemeteries transcibed - Vail, Scotsmore, Sainte-Rose-De-Lima Catholic, Christ Church (Methodist), Sainte-Thérèse-de-l'Enfant Catholic, Cowansville Protestant (Congregational) and Union (Winchester or Pickle). 2005
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C4023cd - Dunham Township Book 2 - Missisquoi County, Quebec on CD $25.00
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C4025 - Frelighsburg Township Cemeteries, Missisquoi $30.00
Editor: Brenda Wilson Birch - comb binding, 100 pp.
Cemeteries transcribed - Abbott's Corner #1, Abbott's Corner #2, Clark Burying Ground, Deming, Smith, Barnes, Johnson, Bishop Stewart Memorial Anglican, Methodist Church, Saint-François-d'Assise Catholic, Lagrange or Hunter's Mills, Scofield Burying Ground. 2003
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C4025cd - Frelighsburg Township Cemeteries, Missisquoi on CD $24.00
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C4030 - Greenwood Cemetery, Prescott County Ontario $20.00
The Greenwood Cemetery is located at the corner of County roads 10 and 11 in West Hawkesbury township, Prescott, Ontario. Known as Griffin Burying Ground prior to 1923, it was established in 1841.
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C4030cd - Greenwood Cemetery, Prescott County, Ontario on CD $14.00
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C4040cd - Hawthorn-Dale Cemetery, Montreal, Quebec on CD $17.00
Editor: QFHS
Hawthorn-Dale, an affiliated cemetery of Mount Royal Cemetery, is the second largest non-Catholic cemetery on the island of Montreal. The book contains more than 4,600 monument inscriptions. 1992
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C4045 - In Memory of Chelsea's Historic Cemeteries $15.00
Editor: Carol Martin - 208 pp.
Chelsea is a small community nestled in the Gatineau Hills north of Ottawa. Monument inscriptions of four Chelsea cemeteries are found in this book. Castenchel Editions, 2005
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C4047 - Knowlton, Quebec Cemeteries, Brome County, Quebec, Canada $30.00
Author: Brenda Dawn Wilson - Coil binding, 100 pp.
The two cemeteries included in this book are: Knowlton Protestant Cemetery (also know as Wheeler Cemetery) and St. Edouard Catholic Church Cemetery.
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C4047cd - Knowlton, Quebec Cemeteries, Brome County, Quebec, Canada on CD $24.00
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C4050 - Lachute Protestant Cemetery - Argenteuil County $24.00
Lachute Protestant Cemetery is one of the oldest non-Catholic cemeteries outside of metropolitan Montreal. 1,984 monument inscriptions were recorded.
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C4050cd - Lachute Protestant Cemetery - Argenteuil County on CD $16.00
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C4065 - Mount Hermon Cemetery $75.00
Editors: Gordon A. Morley and William J. Park - ? pp.
Mount Hermon Cemetery has been the main Protestant cemetery in the Quebec City area since 1848. It is located in Sillery on the south side of Chemin Saint-Louis. The monument inscriptions were transcribed up to May 2003. 2007
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C4070 - Philipsburg Protestant Cemetery, Missisquoi County $12.00
Editor: QFHS - 40 pp.
Philipsurg Protestant Cemetery, established in 1791, is located in Missisquoi County, Quebec. 545 monument inscriptions are recorded in this book. 1995
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C4080 - Rawdon Area Cemeteries, Montcalm County $18.00
Editor: QFHS - 108 pp.
Cemeteries in this book - Rawdon Roman Catholic, Rawdon Anglican, Rawdon United Church, Rawdon Ecumenical, Kildare St John's Anglican, Rawdon Silver Birches. 1994
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C4080cd - Rawdon Area Cemeteries, Montcalm County on CD $13.00
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C4090 - Richford, Vermont Cemeteries, Index to Quebec References $32.00
Editor: Marlene Simmons - 254 pp.
This is an index to the grave stones of Richford, Vermont area cemeteries. It is arranged alphabetically by name, with the name of the cemetery and the location of each stone. At the beginning of the book is a map of each cemetery to indicate how stones and rows were numbered. There are also directions on how to find each cemetery. The following cemeteris are found in this book: Hillside, Corliss Family, Barnet Family, Troy St, All Saints, Richford Center, South Richford, East Richford, Davis Family. 1994
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C4090cd - Richford Vt. Cemeteries, Index to Quebec References on CD $20.00
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C4095 - Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec $18.00
Editor: QFHS
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Cemetery is a Roman Catholic cemetery at 20825 Lakeshore Road (Chemin du Bord du Lac) in Baie d'Urfe at the town limits of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue. This land was acquired in 1903 and the monuments were recorded as of April 2006. 2006
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C4100 - Sorel Christ Church (Anglican) Cemetery Inscriptions, Richelieu County $7.00
Editor: QFHS - 10 pp.
The records of Christ Church (Anglican) in Sorel are a wonderful example of the problems that people face who are tracing their early English-speaking Protestant roots in Quebec. These records include not only entries for the Sorel region but for Montreal, Berthier, Drummondville, St. Armond, and even New York State. Part of the reason for this is the fact that Sorel lies at the mouth of the Richelieu River where it meets the St Lawrence River. It had waterway access to communities all along the St Lawrence River and south through Lake Champlain, to the interior of New York State. 1995
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C4100cd - Sorel Christ Church (Anglican) Cemetery Inscriptions, Richelieu County on CD $7.00
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C4110 - St. Anne's Cemetery, Richmond County $17.00
Editor: Raymond Woods - 118 pp.
An index to monument inscriptions in St. Anne's Anglican Cemetery, Richmond, Quebec. Where possible, burials are referenced to church books held at Richmond Chalmers, Danville, St. Anne's Richmond, St. Andrews, Upper Melbourne and microfilms held at the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec. 1993
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C4110cd - St. Anne's Cemetery, Richmond County on CD $12.00
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C4115 - Saint-Armand Cemeteries, Missisquoi County $30.00
Editor: Brenda Wilson Birch - 96 pp.
Cemeteries found in this book - Pigeon Hill, Saint Philippe Roman Catholic, Philipsburg Protestant, Notre-Dame du Lourdes Catholic, Krans, Hasting, Luke, Vincent, Russell (Hancock Hill), Sornberger. 2003
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C4115cd - Saint-Armand Cemeteries, Missisquoi County on CD $24.00
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C4120 - St. James Anglican, Ormstown, Chateauguay County $12.00
Editor: QFHS - 40 pp.
This book contains the monument inscriptions of St. James Anglican Church Cemetery in Ormstown, Quebec. Ormstown, known as Durham before to 1890, is a town situated in the Chateauguay Valley 65 kilometres southwest of Montreal. 2001
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C4120cd - St. James Anglican, Ormstown, Chateauguay County on CD $9.00
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C4130 - St. Matthew's Episcopal, Chateauguay County $15.00
Editor: Burton Lang - 12 pp.
St Matthew's Episcopal Church, also known as Edwardstown Anglican Church, is located located near the present village of St Chrysostome in the southwest region of Quebec in the Hemmingford Clarenceville area. 2001
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C4140 - St. Paul's Presbyterian (United) Cemetery, Chateauguay County $15.00
Editor: Burton Lang - 17 pp.
St Paul's Presbyterian Church was established in 1831 on land given by the owner of the Beauharnois Seigniory in what later became the town of Ormstown. This book contains the monument inscriptions of both the Presbyterian and Methodist Churches in Ormstown. 2001
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C4145 - Stanbridge Township Cemeteries, Missisquoi County, Book 1 $30.00
Editor: Brenda Wilson Birch - 161 pp.
Cemeteries in this book are: Basswood (aka Martin), Mystic, Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge (Catholic), Old Cory, Pearceton, Ridge #1, Ridge #2, St James the Apostle (Anglican), Stanbury Methodist, Sainte-Jeanne-d'Arc (Catholic), Saint-Pierre-de-Veronne (Catholic), and Vaughan. Index. 2008
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C4145cd - Stanbridge Township Cemeteries, Missisquoi County, Book 1 on CD $24.00
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C4146 - Stanbridge Township Cemeteries, Missisquoi County, Book 2 $35.00
Editor: Brenda Wilson Birch - 193 pp.
Cemeteries in this book - Bedford Protestant, Chandler, Harris Hillside, Morgan's Corner (aka Mapledale), Pike River, Ploss (aka Dutch Street), Riceburg Protestant, Stanton, Stone (aka North Stanbridge), Saint-Ignace-de-Stanbury (Catholic), Saint-Damien (Catholic). Index. 2008
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C4146cd - Stanbridge Twp Cemeteries, Missisquoi County, Book 2 on CD $25.00
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C4150 - Sutton Area Cemeteries, Brome County $37.00
Editor: Marlene Simmons - 306 pp.
This is an index to the grave stones of the Sutton, Quebec area cemeteries. It is arranged alphabetically by name, with the name of the cemetery and the location of each stone. At the beginning of the book is a map of each cemetery to indicate how stones and rows were numbered. There are also directions on how to find each cemetery. 1996
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C4150cd - Sutton Area Cemeteries, Brome County on CD $24.00
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QFHS Publications
B3005 - Abraham Hyatt... Our Loyalist Ancestors $22.00
Authors: Boyd, Green-Guenette, Larrabee - 8.5 x 11 comb binding, 106 pp.
Abraham Hyatt was a shoemaker and farmer who lived in Schenectady, New York who fought on behalf of the British during the American Revolution. After a period in jail for his activities, he started over in Saint-Armand in Lower Canada. This book describes the descendants of Abraham Hyatt as a United Empire Loyalist. 2002
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B3040cd - Lovell's Gazetteer of the Dominion of Canada - 1908 $30.00
Lovell’s 1908 Gazetteer of the Dominion of Canada. This CD has been scanned from the original book, in fragile condition, in the QFHS library and is searchable. This CD is a valuable addition to those researching early 20th century places in Canada. This item is sold as .pdf file on CD.
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B3050 - Index to the Richford Gazette (Vermont), 1880-1957 Quebec References $30.00
Editor: Marlene Simmons - comb binding, 213 pp.
The local Richford, Vermont newspapers covered many events in Quebec-Vermont border communities. This index is a guide to personal information reported about Canadians in the Richford Gazette, later the Richford Journal Gazette. The book includes information about births, marriages, deaths, accidents or families moving and their destinations. 1994
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B3050cd - Index to the Richford Gazette (Vermont), 1880-1957 Quebec References on CD $20.00
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B3060 - Map of Lower Canada 1802 $20.00
Map of 1802 of Quebec that shows counties, townships cities, towns and villages. (Mailing tube - $2.00 extra)
 
B3070 - Place Names of South Western Quebec $20.00
Editor: Burton Lang - comb binding, 150 pp.
This book is a collection of old place names that have come and gone from the South Western region of Quebec. The book evolved from a need for a comprehensive list of placenames to keep the old names visible to a modern generation. 2001
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B3080 - Quebec City Gazette: Death Notices 1846 -1855 $18.00
Editor: QFHS - comb binding, 102 pp.
A compilation of death notices from the Quebec City Gazette, from 1846 to 1855, transcribed by Ernest J. Smith. 1997
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B3080cd - Quebec City Gazette: Death Notices 1846-1855 on CD $12.00
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B3090 - Quebec City Gazette: Marriage Notices 1846 - 1855 $18.00
Editor: QFHS - comb binding, 102 pp.
The book provides a compilation of marriage notices from the Quebec City Gazette, from 1846 to1855. Transcribed by Ernest J. Smith. 1997
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B3090cd - Quebec City Gazette: Marriage Notices 1846-1855 on CD $12.00
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B3100 - Quebec Strays $16.00
Editor: Bruce Henderson, QFHS - comb binding, 196 pp. (2nd Edition)
A Quebec Stray is defined as anyone who appears in a newspaper or other source as having once been a Quebec resident. This book is an index with reference to the original source of the notice. 2009
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B3210 - Roots 2015 Syllabus $20.00
For those of you who were unable to attend Roots 2015, the International Conference on Family History held at McGill University on June 19-21, 2015, the Roots 2015 Syllabus containing the lecture notes from the 18 Presentations at the conference is now available.
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Quebec Census Transcriptions
D5000 - Census Transcription Series
All books in this series measure 8.5 x 11 with comb bindings.
Sale on all paper copies of 1851 Census Transcription books while quantities last. CD will continue to be available.
 
D5510cd - 1851 Census Transcription Series on CD $20.00
All five 1851 Census Indexes: D5511, Hemmingford Township, Hemmingford County; D5512, Huntingdon Village, Huntingdon County; D5513, Lachute, St. Andrews, Grenville, Harrington, and The Gore, Argenteuil County; Sherrington, Napierville County; and Shipton and Windsor, Richmond County. Was $40.00.
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D5511 - 1851 Census Index: Hemmingford Township, Hemmingford County $6.00
Editor: QFHS - 172 pp.
This book contains information of the almost 4,000 individuals who lived in the Township of Hemmingford at the time of the 1851 census. The information in this book was transcribed from the Library and Archives Canada microfilm reel C-1112. 1992 Was $14.00.
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D5512 - 1851 Census Index: Huntingdon Village, Huntingdon County $4.00
Editor: QFHS - 32 pp.
This book contains information about the almost 700 individuals who lived in the village of Huntingdon at the time of the 1851 census. The information in this book was transcribed from the Library and Archives Canada microfilm reel C-1111. 1992 Was $7.00.
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D5513 - 1851 Census Index: Lachute, St. Andrews, Grenville, Harrington, The Gore $10.00
Editor: QFHS - 170 pp.
This book contains information about the almost 8,500 individuals who lived in the Lachute, St. Andrews, Grenville, Harrington and Gore area at the time of the 1851 census. The information in this book was transcribed from the Library and Archives Canada microfilm reel C-1111. 1999 Was $25.00
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D5514 - 1851 Census Index: Sherrington, Napierville County $3.00
Editor: QFHS - 70 pp.
This book contains information about the almost 1,600 individuals who were living in the Parish of St Patrick of Sherringdon, Huntingdon County at the time of the 1851 census. The information in this book was transcribed from the Library and Archives Canada microfilm reel C-1121. 1992 Was $8.00
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D5515 - 1851 Census Index: Shipton and Windsor, Richmond County $6.00
Editor: QFHS - 96 pp.
This book contains information about the almost 3,875 individuals who lived in the Townships of Shipton and Windsor, Richmond County at the time of the 1851 census. 1994 Was $20.00
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Used Books
1: Purchasing Used Books
If you have questions about the condition of the books or want further information about the book, please contact Deborah Robertson at : qfhs.booksales@bellnet.ca
If no "Add to Cart" button is available, cost of shipping will be determined at time of purchase.
 
Bouquet de France: An Epicurean Tour of the French Provinces $25.00
Author: Samuel Chamberlain - Hardcover, 619 pp.
Recipes from the from the best provincial and Parisian chefs are translated and adapted by Narcissa Chamberlain. This book is a Gastronomic Guide to the French Provinces in the 1950s. Superb black and white photographs and illustrations record the French countryside and the beauty of the architecture which survived WWII. Commissioned by Gourmet Magazine, the Chamberlains compiled a wonderful book about France that is a guidebook, restaurant directory and cookbook in one.
Gourmet Distributing Corporation, New York, 1952.
 
Butternuts and Maple Sugar: The History of the $60.00
Author: Elsie MacMillan - Hardcover. 371 pp. Good condition.
In addition to a general history of the area, Elsie MacMillan tells stories of the families who settled what was initially the 14th concession of Lancaster Township, Glengarry County. In 1818, the 14th became the 5th concession of Lochiel Township. The properties follow what is now Lochiel Road from Highway 34 at Fassifern eastward to Lorne where it splits to go along Brodie Road on the north side and Glen Sandfield Road on the south side until the border of Lochiel twp. Included are genealogies, many photos of the people and places of the district, stories of businesses, churches, schools and a name index.
Elsie MacMillan, et al., Dalkeith, Ontario, 1982.
 
Centennial Celebration of the Town of Randolph July 19, 1893 $35.00
Publisher: Daniel H. Huxford An Account of the Proceedings of the Centennial Celebration of the Town of Randolph Massachusetts. Contents include: The Committees, The Day, The Address of Welcome, The Prayer, The Poem and The Oration. The Oration references many people and events in the history of Randolph in the preceding 100 years. Randolph Register and Holbrook News, 1897
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Family Who's Who, 1st Edition. $10.00
Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Hardcover. Very good condition.
"Family Who's Who" records the genealogy of any family who gave a minimum endowment of $1,000 to support the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Although most families were living in Canada, many American Jews and some Australian, Argentinian, and other nationalities have contributed summaries of their family histories for posterity. It is arranged alphabetically with an index to Hebrew and Yiddish names at the back.
Wallace Press Limited, Montreal, 1969.
 
Family Who's Who, 2nd edition $10.00
Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Hardcover. 571 pp. Good condition.
This edition of "Family Who's Who" contains much of the same information as the first edition with updates to some family trees. Mostly Canadian families with reference to a small number of international families who gave endowments to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Graphic Enterprises Inc, Montreal, 1976.
 
French Weights and Measures Before the Revolution $30.00
A Dictionary of Provincial and Local Units
Author: Ronald Edward Zupko. - Hardcover. 208 pp.
Equivalent US and UK dimensions are given for about 2,500 different units of measure with regional and local variations from the time of Charlemagne to the French revolution. Indiana University Press, Bloomington and London, 1978.
 
Genealogical Notes of New York and New England Families $40.00
Compiler: S.V. Talcott, Compiler of the Talcott Pedigree, 1876 This book consists of notes taken from State, county, town or Bible records made in researching the Talcott Pedigree. Several early families of New York and New England are mainly represented. Other family names appear from intermarriage. Published by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1973
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Governors Cottage $40.00
Author: Walter S. White Hard cover. 167 pp. The Governors Cottage was built in Sorel on the Richelieu River in 1781 after the American invasion of 1775 highlighted the strategic importance of this location. It was intended to be occupied by the Commander-in-Chief in time of war. The book is a collection of historical documents pertaining to the residents of Governors Cottage over the years. Printed by "Le Soreloir Ltee", Sorel, Quebec, 1967
 
Histoire de la Famille Lavergne $25.00
Compiler: B.C. Payette Hard cover. 480 pp. In French. The memoirs of Renaud LaVergne, lawyer, from Arthabaska written in the 1950s. The book begins with Francois Lavergne, habitant in Riviere-Ouelle in 1671. It was in the collection of the ecole secondaire Piche in Lachine and as such has library stamps. Payette Radio Limitee, Montreal, 1970
 
History of the Catholic Church in Western Canada $75.00
from Lake Superior to the Pacific (1659-1895) Volumes 1 and 2.
Author: Rev. A.G. Morice, O.M.I. - Hardcover with Maps and Illustrations. Vol. 1, 351 pp.; Vol. 2, 414 pp. Previously held in library. Has library stamps, etc. Sold as a set.
From the Preface: "The history of the Catholic Church in Western Canada is the history of deeds of heroism, devotion to duty under the most untoward circumstances, stirring adventures and hair-breadth escapes scarcely paralleled in modern times. (...) missionaries bade farewell to home and friends, and buried themselves in the snows of the North, the sombre forests of the Far West and the wind-swept prairies of the Centre or Middle West, leading there a life of sacrifice unknown to most men, but precious in the eyes of God."
Musson Book Co., Toronto, 1910.
 
Hudson's Bay Company $60.00
Author: Prosper and Marceline Assouline.com - Hardcover, 280 pp. New condition.
Covering more than 300 years of the Hudson Bay Company's History, the book is full of historical images and photos of many places and people who impacted Canadian history; from fur-trading outposts to high society balls. Assouline Publishing Corporation, 2011
 
The King's Book of Quebec, Volumes I and II $20.00
Authors: WOOD, William Charles Henry & DOUGHTY, Sir Arthur George Softcover, first edition, library copy. The Mortimer Co. Limited, Ottawa, 1911
 
The Lansing Family $60.00
Author: Claude G. Munsell A Genealogy of the Descendants of Gerrit Frederickse Lansing who came to America from Hasselt, Province of Overijssell, Holland, 1640. 8 Generations. One of founding families of Albany, New York. (Binding loose especially at front of book and previousely taped) 1916
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The Newberry Genealogy $75.00
Author: Helen Bourne Joy Lee. Pequot Press, 1975.
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William Cornwall and his Descendants $30.00
Author: Edward E. Cornwall, M.D. A Genealogical History of the family of Wiliam Cornwall, one of the Puritan Founders of New England, who came to America in or before the year 1633, and died in Middletown, Connecticut, in the year 1678. The Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor company, New Haven, 1901
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