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1. Halton's Historical and Newspaper Records
Halton Information Network (HALINET)
Ten separate databases for Halton-area records can be searched at once with this combined search form.
2. Index to the 1881 Census of Canada
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Index for the 1881 census of Canada. Results provide, among others, name, age, sex, birth place, occupation, marital status and religion.
3. Norfolk Historical Society - Eva Brook Donly Museum
Norfolk Historical Society
Founded in 1900 and based at the Eva Brook Donly Museum in Simcoe, Ontario, the Norfolk Historical Society (NHS) maintains Norfolk's premiere genealogical resources. The Society provides an Archives Programs to assist genealogy researchers on-site and over the Internet. The Society sponsors Ontario...
4. Private Archives and Colonial Records
Library and Archives Canada
The Private Archives and Colonial Records Database contains over 70,000 detailed descriptions (file or item) of textual documents in the archival collection, pertaining primarily to the British and French colonial periods and archival collections relating to the Catholic Church. These documents are ...
5. Electoral Maps
Library and Archives Canada
This tool allows researchers to view geographic locations in order to assist in using census records. While the original purpose of the maps was primarily for their use in defining electoral districts, census districts for the same periods remained essentially the same.
6. Catalogue of Census Returns on Microfilm, 1666-1901
Library and Archives Canada
This database combines our two published catalogues of census returns on microfilm into an on-line version. It allows researchers to identify relevant microfilm reel numbers for census returns they wish to search. The Online Help screens provide information about census records and explain how and w...
7. Federal Census of 1871 (Ontario Index)
Library and Archives Canada
This database contains the names of the heads of households in the Province of Ontario as they were recorded in April 1871. It also includes the names of "strays", people with a different surname living in the household, such as a mother-in-law or servant. The head-of-household index to the 1871 cen...
8. Census of the Northwest Provinces, 1906
Library and Archives Canada
In order to track the high rates of population growth in western Canada, the Canadian government called for a special census of the prairie provinces (Manitoba, and the two newly created provinces of Saskatchewan, and Alberta). As this is not a nominally-indexed database, it is not searchable by fam...
9. Census of Canada, 1901
Library and Archives Canada
Digitized images of the 1901 Canadian Census. There are in excess of 130,000 images and they include all completed Schedule 1 (Population or Living Persons) and Schedule 2 (Buildings and Land, Churches and Schools) records.
10. Parchemin
Activités et recherches en généalogie et en histoire, au Québec et en histoire, au Québec
This site contains information on a database containing 280,000 abstracts of notarial records written in the province of Quebec between 1626 and 1779 and where it can be consulted. The database is produced by the Société de recherche historique Archiv-Histo and is still ongoing.
11. P.E.I. Census Documents Data Search
Public Archives and Records Office, PEI
The on-line index for each census contains an abstract of information for each individual recorded in the census. This includes surname, given name, age, religion, and Lot number. The 1901 census index also includes occupation. The database includes census records for 1841, 1881, 1891 and 1901.
12. Canadian Genealogical Projects Registry
Alberta Family Histories Society
The Canadian Genealogical Projects Registry is a project of the Alberta Family Histories Society and its volunteers. It was developed to help genealogical researchers and volunteers in Canada find data resources better, avoid duplication of extraction/data entry efforts, and facilitate the access of...
13. Early Newfoundland Fishing Rooms and Planters
Newfoundland's Grand Banks
Index to Fishing Room Inhabitants of Trinity Bay, 1800-1801; Bonavista Bay, 1805-1806; Fogo, 1700-1825; Harbour Main,1746-1806; Labrador, 1700-1825 and Twillingate, 1700-1825.
14. Census Material
Newfoundland's Grand Banks
Indexes to Newfoundland census material dating from 1675 to 1935. Includes census for Bonavista, French Plaisance area of Placentia Bay, Trinity Bay, St. John's, Ferryland, Port de Grave, St. Barbe, Fortune Bay and Burin Methodist census.
15. Some Prince Edward Islander's in the 1920 Mass. Census - Index
The Island Register
These names was extracted from the 1920 Boston, Massachusetts census.
16. Prince Edward Islander's in the 1870 Boston, Mass. Census
The Island Register
These names were extracted from the 1870 Boston, Massachusetts census.
17. Islanders in Boston - 1880 Census
Prince Edward Island Data Base Projects
The Islanders in the 1880 Census of Boston project contains (at present) all individuals who were either born in PEI or had a parent born in PEI. Entire family groups are included.
18. Exerpts from the 1890 Roman Catholic Census for Western Queens/Prince Counties, P.E.I.
The Island Register
Extracts from the Roman Catholic 1890 Census for Notre-Dame de Mont Carmel, St. Simon & St. Jude, Tignish, St. Jean-Baptiste, Miscouche & St. Augustine’s, Rustico Parishes!
19. Roman Catholic 1890 Census for St Margaret's Parish, PEI
The Island Register
This index is arranged by Church district.
20. Roman Catholic 1890 Census - St Mary's RC Church, Souris, PEI
The Island Register
A list of parishioners giving age and occupation.
21. 1817 Census, Bastard Twp, Leeds County
Leeds and Grenville GenWeb
This early census names the head of household and provides numerical data on other family members.
22. Families in the Congregation of Belfast, Nov. 1st, 1889
The Island Register
This document is an 1889 survey of the congregation by Rev. Sinclair of St. John's, Belfast Church.
23. Return of the Inhabitants of Adolphustown, 1820
Bay of Quinte GenWeb
Names of inhabitants of Adolphustown in 1820 drawn from published records.
24. Return of the Inhabitants of Adolphustown, 1822
Bay of Quinte GenWeb
Names of inhabitants of Adolphustown in 1822 drawn from published records.
25. Programme de recherche en démographie historique (PRDH)
Programme de recherche en démographie historique (PRDH), Université de Montréal
The repertory of vital events includes the some 690,000 baptismal, marriage, and burial certificates registered in Catholic parishes prior to 1800. Added to these are more than 20,000 certificates of various other types: census records, marriage contracts, confirmations, lists of immigrants, and so ...

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