Quebec (French Canada) Mega-search Engine

Flag_of_QuebecManyRoads is pleased to announce the release of this Mega-search Engine, this Engine like the others from ManyRoads utilizes Google Technologies to scour the Internet for new and interesting Genealogical clues and hints. To accomplish that objective, we search sites that are unique to a given topic area (such as a faith) or Ethnic population (such as French Canadian, German, Polish, etc.)

Rather than focusing on popular, fee-based sites our engines emphasize harder to find, less well known sites that contain valuable genealogical or historical clues. Please be aware these are largely free sites and many are either based in Europe or are non-English. Thus the results you receive will likely reflect the language of the sites searched. Read our Usage Tips & Guide for advice on how to navigate and succeed in your search efforts.

It is our hope that this search engine will provide you with numerous ‘new & productive” places to “hunt”. These searches may even uncover/find some of your relatives (ancestors).

Usage Tips & Guide

Note: To use our search engine most effectively follow ‘search’ guidance provided by Google. Our Mega-search Engines are built using Google technology and operate in accordance with their procedures.

To begin, simply enter the name(s), term(s) you hope to find. (We recommend you enter terms in the language of the region you search. If you do not know the language, try using Google Translate.)

For more Google Tips:

Want more tips and tricks to help you search like a pro? Check out the Google links below to learn more advanced search techniques.

Once you enter your search, a pop-up window with the results should appear and be “scrollable” for easier viewing. Many of the pages and results will be presented in the language of the sites searched.  If you are not familiar with the language, again try using Google Translate to interpret the results.  I find using Google Chrome related browsers, with their auto translate function(s), very helpful.

To close the search window Click on the “X” at the top-right of the pop-up.

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ManyRoads Quebec/ French Canada Mega-Search Engine

French Canada Mega-search Sites (Click to view)
  1. 1861 Québec Census.
  2. À travers les registres
  3. Alphabetical Listing of the Filles du roi
  4. American-Canadian Genealogical Society
  5. American-French Genealogical Society
  6. Automated Genealogy Includes free indexes to the 1851/2,19011906 and 1911 censuses.
  7. Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec
  8. BMS 2000
  9. Canadian Genealogy Centre
  10. Cartes numérique des cartes et plans
  11. Cemeteries of west Quebec and Upper Gatineau
  12. Chroniques de la Société de généalogie de l’Outaouais (Quebec)
  13. Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
  14. Dictionnaire généalogique de nos origines (échantillon)
  15. Dictionnaire généalogique et héraldique de la noblesse canadienne-française du XVIIe au XIXe siècle.
  16. Family Name-Nickname Associations in Old Quebec.
  17. Fédération des familles souches québécoises
  18. Fédération québécoise des sociétés de généalogie
  19. Fichier Origine
  20. FrancoGene
  21. French Canadians in the 1842 Oregon census
  22. Gaspe Genealogy Register
  23. Généalogie Québec
  24. Hebridean Scots of the Province of Quebec
  25. Hemmingford, Quebec Cemetery Records
  26. HMS Buffalo 1813-1840.
  27. Hors des sentiers battus : Québecois retracés dans des lieux inhabituels
  28. Huguenots in New France
  29. Immigrants at Grosse-Île (Quebec)
  30. Index to the 1911 Census of Canada : Québec.
  31. La Généalogie du Québec
  32. La société des Filles du roi et soldats du Carignan
  33. Le centre de généalogie francophone d’Amérique
  34. Le Régiment de Carignan
  35. Les Filles du Roy 1663 à 1673
  36. Les trésors de la Cartothèque de l’Université Laval
  37. Library and Archives Canada
  38. List of 1058 Persons arrested during the 1837 Rebellion in Lower Canada (Quebec)
  39. Liste des 102 hommes et 14 femmes de la Grande recrue de 1653 partis de Saint-Nazaire sur le Saint-Nicolas-de Nantes le 20 juin 1653 à destination de Montréal
  40. Lovell directories from Montreal and area 1842-1999
  41. Lower Canada (Quebec) Land Petitions
  42. Militia Captains for the Quebec city area in 1775
  43. Misc. Abenaki Indian Records
  44. Misc. Quebec Deaths 1878-1886
  45. Montreal Emigrant Society Passage Book (Quebec)
  46. Montreal GenWeb
  47. Mount Royal Cemetery
  48. Nobility in Quebec
  49. Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Cemetery, Montreal
  50. Online Databases of the National Archives of Quebec
  51. Passenger Lists from La Rochelle, France to New France (Canada) 1535-1740
  52. Passengers List of the Saint-André, 1659
  53. Portail de la généalogie québécoise
  54. Programme de recherche en démographie historique (PRDH)
  55. Quebec Catholic Parish Registers 1621-1900
  56. Quebec census 1666
  57. Quebec Family History Society
  58. Quebec GenWeb
  59. Quebec Royal Descends
  60. Quebec, and Eastern Townships Genealogy
  61. Répertoires biographique des équipages et passagers pour la Nouvelle-France des origines à 1699
  62. Roll of the Company of Sorel, New France, in 1760
  63. Search the Montreal directories in one step
  64. Seigneurs, Fiefs et Seigneuries du Québec
  65. Société de Généalogie at d’Archives de Rimouski
  66. Société de généalogie de Longueuil
  67. Société de généalogie de Québec / Quebec Genealogy Society
  68. Société généalogique canadienne-française
  69. Soldiers in the Carignan-Salières Regiment who settled in Canada
  70. Southwestern Quebec Genealogical Resources
  71. St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church Marriages, Hogansburg, Franklin County, New York
  72. Tanguay’s Dictionnaire généalogique des familles canadiennes
  73. The First Census of New France (Quebec) 1666
  74. The Stakesby, 1823 Passenger List
  75. They walked with Champlain at Quebec