These are the newest 100 publications added to our Vermont Genealogy Library.


BookID Book Num Title Author(s) Description
5331 NA-73 Were-Wolves and Will-O-The-Wisps Dirk Gringhuis Franch Tales of Mackinac Retold.
5330 NA-72 Lore of the Great Turtle Indian Legends of Mackinac Retold Dirk Gringhuis Book on Indian Legends.
5329 NA-71 Attack at Michilimacinac 1763 David A. Armour Attack at Michilimackinac: Alexander Henry's Travels and Adventures in Canada and the Indian Territories between the years 1760 and 1764. Illustrated and Indexed.
5328 NA-70 The French, The Indians, and George Rogers Clark in the Illinois Country Indiana Historical Society Proceedings of an Indiana American Revolution Bicentennial Symposium. Shircliff Theater Vincennes University Vincennes, Indiana May 14 and 15, 1976.
5327 R-US-38 Contest for Empire 1500-1775 John B. Elliott Proceedings of an Indiana American Revolution Bicentennial Symposium. Thrall's Opera House New Harmony, Indiana, May 16 and 17, 1975.
5326 PA-36-2 The Path to America from Switzerland to Lancaster County Myrna Grove The tumulruous story of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania's, first settlers began in the Swiss canton of Zurich in the early 1500s. In quit villages near Zurich, secret meeting gave rise to a group called Anabaptists. By 1645, Jacob Graf (1618-1683) of Baretswil had joined the anabaptists. Because of persecution, Jacob and his family fled to southern Germany in 1651. After further problems in Germany the Swiss farmers became interested in William Penn's new colony in America. In 1710 a group of Anabaptists now called Mennonites sailed to America.
5325 PA-X-1 The German and Swiss Settlements of Colonial Pennsylvania Oscar Kuhns A study of the So-Called Pennsylvania Dutch. This work provides an excellent history of the German settlement of Pennsylvania down to the Revolutionary War. It begins with a review of the situation in Europe in the 1700s which prompted much of the emigration, discusses the settlements made in Pennsylvania, and provides an extensive portrayal of the everyday life of the immigrants, including their modes of travel, customs, language, literature, education, and religious life. Includes Bibliography and Index.
5324 PA-36-1 Swiss and German Pioneer Settlers of Southeastern Pennsylvania H. Frank Eshleman Historic Background and Annals of the Swiss and German Pioneer Settlers of South Eastern Pennsylvania, and of their remote ancestors, from the middle of the Dark Ages to the Time of the Revolutionary WAr.
Index of Items and and Index of Personal Names included.
5323 NY-10-45 Plattsburgh, N.Y. Vital Records Index NNYACGS Index of the Town of Plattsburgh, N.Y. Vital Records.
Pink Tab - Births (1863-1969 & 1975-1978) Indexed by Years
Purple Tab - Marriages (1881-1984) Indexed by Years
Blue Tab - Deaths (1881-1980) Indexed by Years
5322 MIL-VT-4E A War of the People "Vermont Civil War Letters" Jeffrey D. Marshall Letters written by Vermont Civil War Soldiers are indexed by the year and season they were written. Includes Index.
5321 EUR-SCT-22 Your Scottish Heritage Clan Lamont Alan McNie Clan Lamont Extensively revised. Gives us names associated with Lamont: Black, Macalduie, Macgilledow, Blackie, blaik, blaikie, Brown, Burden, Burdon, Bourdon, Clement, Douglas, Douglass, Forsyth, Lamb, Lambie, Lammie, Lamby, L'ami, Lamond, Lammond, Lemmon, Lucas, Luke, Luckie, Maclucas, Mackerracher, Macerchar, Mackercher, Mackericher, Mackerricher, Macmunn, Munn, Meiklem, Meikleham, Meikleim, Meiklam, Paterson, Patterson, Patrick, sorley, Turner, White, and Whyte.
5320 MD-11-8 The Journal of the Historical Society of Frederick County, Maryland Fall 2002 Historical Soc. of Frederick County, MD Articles in this issue are:
James Whitehill: Furniture Maker, Builder, Inventor and
Politician by Joyce Cooper
Cabinetmakers & Chairmakers in Frederick County, Maryland 1750-
1820 by Heidi Campbell-Shoaf
Information about the Historical Society of Frederick County
5318 MD-X-2 Maryland Genealogical Society Journal Maryland Genealogical Society Maryland Genealogical Society Journal Volume 58 No. 1, 2015
Contains African Americans in World War 1 and other infromation on Maryland in World War I.
5317 MD-11-7 Moravian Families of Graceham, Maryland 1750-1871 Henry James Young The Families belonging to the Moravian Community and Congregation at Graceham in Maryland and some of their neighbors.
5316 MD-11-6 Marriage Licenses of Frederick County, Maryland 1778-1810 Margaret E. Myers Entries were taken from the records of marriage licenses held at the courthouse in Frederick, Maryland. The courthouse records contain only the dates of the license, and names of the bride and groom. Each is arranged alphabetically by the first letter of the surname and first letter of the given name. This compilation is based on the male section only. This section was completely alphabetized by male and combined with a copy of the same section rearranged and alphabetized by female. The "female" section of the courthouse records was not used except to resolve a few discrepancies.
5315 FH-G-23 Gaboriault, Meunier, Patoine, Dufrense, Pinsoneault Familes from Canada and Vermont Peter M. Crosby Genealogy of the Gaboriault, Meunier, Patoine, Dufrense, Pinsoneault and related families.
5314 Q-HISTORY-36 Canadian Participants in the American Revolution - Index Virginia Easley DeMarce Canadian Participants in the American Revolution - an Index
a collection of information which appeared in Lost In Canada? Canadian - American Query Exchange.
Printed in 17 issues of the journal - 1980-1984
5313 Q-12-23 Paroisse de Saint-Paul de Grand Mere 1899-1992, Sepultures Tome 2, G-W Yvette Lavergne Giguere Volume 2, Sepultures Goyette to Wolfe
The town of Grand-Mere was founded in 1898 on the Saint-Maurice River and the parish of Saint-Paul was formed in 1899. Grand-Mere is located north of Trois -rivieres. As a result of a municipal reorganization that started in 2002. grand-Mere is now part of the City of Shawinigan.
Grand-Mere is French for grandmother. The name of the town comes from a rock formation that was pulled from the bottom of the river that resembles an old woman with a bun at the base of her head.
Each set includes a history of the village, the names of the priests who served the parish, the names of village men who became priest and historical notes. There is also information on the Ursuline Nuns, including a history and list of the nuns.
5312 Q-12-22 Paroisse de Saint-Paul de Grand Mere 1899-1992, Sepultures Tome 1, A-G Yvette Lavergne Giguere Volume 1, Sepultures Abbott to Greer
The town of Grand-Mere was founded in 1898 on the Saint-Maurice River and the parish of Saint-Paul was formed in 1899. Grand-Mere is located north of Trois -rivieres. As a result of a municipal reorganization that started in 2002. grand-Mere is now part of the City of Shawinigan.
Grand-Mere is French for grandmother. The name of the town comes from a rock formation that was pulled from the bottom of the river that resembles an old woman with a bun at the base of her head.
Each set includes a history of the village, the names of the priests who served the parish, the names of village men who became priest and historical notes. There is also information on the Ursuline Nuns, including a history and list of the nuns.
5311 Q-12-21 Paroisse de Saint-Paul de Grand Mere 1899-1992, Baptisms Tome 4, M-Y Yvette Lavergne Giguere Volume 4, Baptisms Michaud to Yu
The town of Grand-Mere was founded in 1898 on the Saint-Maurice River and the parish of Saint-Paul was formed in 1899. Grand-Mere is located north of Trois -rivieres. As a result of a municipal reorganization that started in 2002. grand-Mere is now part of the City of Shawinigan.
Grand-Mere is French for grandmother. The name of the town comes from a rock formation that was pulled from the bottom of the river that resembles an old woman with a bun at the base of her head.
Each set includes a history of the village, the names of the priests who served the parish, the names of village men who became priest and historical notes. There is also information on the Ursuline Nuns, including a history and list of the nuns.
The baptismal records include the names of the parents and godparents. When marriage information was recorded in the church's baptismal ledger it is included in this book.
5310 Q-12-20 Paroisse de Saint-Paul de Grand Mere 1899-1992, Baptisms Tome 3, H-M Yvette Lavergne Giguere Volume 3, Baptisms Hamel to Michaud
The town of Grand-Mere was founded in 1898 on the Saint-Maurice River and the parish of Saint-Paul was formed in 1899. Grand-Mere is located north of Trois -rivieres. As a result of a municipal reorganization that started in 2002. grand-Mere is now part of the City of Shawinigan.
Grand-Mere is French for grandmother. The name of the town comes from a rock formation that was pulled from the bottom of the river that resembles an old woman with a bun at the base of her head.
Each set includes a history of the village, the names of the priests who served the parish, the names of village men who became priest and historical notes. There is also information on the Ursuline Nuns, including a history and list of the nuns.
The baptismal records include the names of the parents and godparents. When marriage information was recorded in the church's baptismal ledger it is included in this book.
5309 Q-12-19 Paroisse de Saint-Paul de Grand-Mere 1899-1992, Baptisms Tome 2, D-H Yvette Lavergne Giguere Volume 2, Baptisms Daniel to Hamel
The town of Grand-Mere was founded in 1898 on the Saint-Maurice River and the parish of Saint-Paul was formed in 1899. Grand-Mere is located north of Trois -rivieres. As a result of a municipal reorganization that started in 2002. grand-Mere is now part of the City of Shawinigan.
Grand-Mere is French for grandmother. The name of the town comes from a rock formation that was pulled from the bottom of the river that resembles an old woman with a bun at the base of her head.
Each set includes a history of the village, the names of the priests who served the parish, the names of village men who became priest and historical notes. There is also information on the Ursuline Nuns, including a history and list of the nuns.
The baptismal records include the names of the parents and godparents. When marriage information was recorded in the church's baptismal ledger it is included in this book.
5308 Q-12-18 Paroisse de Saint Paul de Grand Mere 1899-1992, Baptisms Tome 1, A-D Yvette Lavergne Giguere Volume 1, Baptisms Abbott to Daneault
The town of Grand-Mere was founded in 1898 on the Saint-Maurice River and the parish of Saint-Paul was formed in 1899. Grand-Mere is located north of Trois -rivieres. As a result of a municipal reorganization that started in 2002. grand-Mere is now part of the City of Shawinigan.
Grand-Mere is French for grandmother. The name of the town comes from a rock formation that was pulled from the bottom of the river that resembles an old woman with a bun at the base of her head.
Each set includes a history of the village, the names of the priests who served the parish, the names of village men who became priest and historical notes. There is also information on the Ursuline Nuns, including a history and list of the nuns.
The baptismal records include the names of the parents and godparents. When marriage information was recorded in the church's baptismal ledger it is included in this book.
5307 R-46G Les Filles du Roy et leurs epoux La Societe d'histoire des Filles du Roy An alphabetical corrected list of Filles du Roy, their expoux's, and marriage dates.

List at back gives retraits (not) a Filles du Roy and ajouts (names added).
5306 MD-11-CEM-2 Names in Stone Volume 2 Jacob Mehrling Holdcraft Names in Stone Volume 2 has 75,000 Cemetery Inscriptions from Frederick County, Maryland its alphabetically listed.
5305 MD-11-CEM-1 Names in Stone Volume 1 Jacob Mehrling Holdcraft Names in Stone Volume 1 is 75,000 Cemetery Inscriptions from Frederick County, Maryland.
5304 MD-11-5 Marriage Licenses of Frederick County 1841-1865 Margaret E. Myers Marriage Licenses of Frederick County 1841-1865 are listed alphabetically.
5303 MD-11-4 Marriage Licenses of Frederick County, Maryland 1811 - 1840 Margaret E. Myers Marriages Licenses of Frederick County, Maryland 1811-1840 are listed alphabetically.
5302 MD-11-3 Abstracts of the Debt Books of the Provincial Land Office of Maryland, Frederick County, Volume 3 V. L. Skinner, Jr. The Provincial land Office of Maryland was responsible for the dispensing of land from 1634 to 1777. Volume 3 lists the Land records for Liber 24: 1762, 1763 and 1766.
5301 MD-2-1(14) The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland J.D. Warfield A Genealogical and Biographical Review from Wills, Deeds and Church Records. Includes an Index.
5300 LL-EN-B-27 Bound for Canaan, The Underground Railroad ,Fergus M. Bordewich Bound for Canaan, The Underground Railroad and the War for the Soul of America.Stories of the people and group who risked their lives to build the underground railroad and worked for social change in the 1800's.
5299 MD-11-2 Inhabitants of Frederick County Maryland Volume 2 Stefanie R. Shaffer Volume 2, gives us Frederick County Land Patents 1749-1800, Court Papers 1757-1758, 1757-1815, 1760-1775. Clerk's Account Book 1777-1782, Subpoena Docket 1781, Petitions and Index.
5298 MD-11-1 Inhabitants of Frederick County Maryland Volume 1 Stefanie R. Shaffer Gives us Frederick County Court Records 1750,1761, Tax Lists,
Rents Due, Coroner's Inquests 1778-1789,Levy Lists 1785-1799, Convicted Slaves and an Index.
5297 MD-X-1 Settlers of Maryland 1679-1700 Peter Wilson Coldham, F.A.S.G. This book lists County, Name of Tract, Acreage, Date and References. Index of Tracts is listed pg. 195 with * if name listed more than once.
5295 Q-HISTORY-35 Quebec During the American Invasion 1775-1776 Francois Baby,Gabriel Taschereau,Jenkin Williams the 1776 journal of Francois Baby, gabriel Taschereau, and Jenkin Williams provides insight into the failure of American revolutionaries to incite rebellion in Quebec. While other sources have shown how British soldiers and civilians and the French-Canadian gentry (the seigneurs) responded to the American invasion of 1775-1776, this journal focuses on French-Canadian peasants, les habitants, who made up the vast majority of the population; in other words, the journal helps explain why Quebec did not come the "fourteenth colony" This is woven through the glamorous heroism of General Richard Montgomery and the quirky brilliance of the young Benedict Arnold.
5294 A&M-30 Historical Atlas of the World UNK Illustrated maps of the world.
Ancient Times - Maps 1-31
Middle Ages - Maps 32-55
Recent Times - Maps 56-93
Twentieth Century - Maps 94-108
Index follows
5293 EUR-GR-19 Early Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration Walter Allen Knittle, Ph.D Early Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration to present the only exhaustive study of so remarkable an episode in the history of the American Colonies as the Palatine migration from the Rhine Valley through England to America.
5292 ACA-72 Saint-Pierre et Miquelon John Fisher Baptisms of Saint-Pierre et Miquelon (1763-1791) Saint Pierre and Miquelon is a French archipelago south of the Canadian island of Newfoundland.
5291 ACA-71 The Acadian Miracle Dudley J. LeBlanc This is about the life of the Acadian People. It starts with the name, early settlements, Cruel and Destructive Attacks, British Deception, Order of Deportation, separation of families, In Exile, the Carolinas, Return to Acadia, Fugitives from Nova Scotia, Louisiana Acadians under Spanish Rule, the American Revolutionary War and etc.
5290 Q-61-12 Resume des Registres de la Paroisse de St. Jude Societe d'histoire du Haut-Richelieu resume des Registres des Baptemes, Mariages et Sepultures de la paroisse de Saint-Jude au diocese de Saint-Hyacinthe pour les annes 1822 a 1900.
5289 Q-4-5-(74) Mariages de St-Guillaume-D'Upton & Saint-David-d'Yamaska J.-M. LaLiberte, F.C.,Antonio Mongeau, FC,B. Pontbriand Mariages de St-Guillaume-D'Upton (1835-1966) and St-David-D'Yamaska (1835-1966).

Publication No. 53
5288 NA-69 Adventures in the New World: The Saga of the Coureurs Des Bois Georges-Hebert Germain This book introduces the donnes, pork eaters, winterers and wagon men inviting readers to accompany these guides, interpreters, voyageurs, hunters and trappers as they advance inland. As the coureurs des bois begin to mingle with the Indians, mixed blood descendants of these white Indians and their country.
This book includes many personal stories. Such as Jean Nicollet, Etienne Brule, Pierre-Esprite Radisson, Nicolas Perrot, Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau, Marie-Anne Gaboury, Joseph La France, Sacagawea, Charles-Michel de Langlade, Gabriel Dumont and the Metis.
5287 Q-34-15 St-Roch-de-L'Achigan Comte de L'Assomption 1787-1991 Baptemes, Mariages & Sepultures Tome IV Societe de genealogie de Lanaudiere Tome IV, Baptemes 1900-1991, Mariages 1900-1991, Sepultures 1900-1991 for St.-Roch=De-L'Achigan parish.
Publication No. 45
5286 Q-34-14 St-Roch-de-L'Achigan Comte de L'Assomption 1787-1991 Sepultures & Recensement Tome III Societe de genealogie de Lanaudiere Tome III, Sepultures 1787-1899 and Recensement 1881, District no. 1 et 2.
Publication no. 45
5285 Q-34-13 St-Roch-de-L'Ancigan Comte de L'Assomption 1787-1991 Baptemes, Mariages, & Annotations Tome II Limoges a Yvon Tome II, Baptems 1787-1899, Mariages 1787-1899, & Annotations 1787-1991 for St-Roch-de-L'Achigan parish.
Publication no. 45
5284 Q-34-12 St. Roch-de-L'Achigan Comte de L'Assomption 1787-1991, Baptemes Tome 1 Alboeuf - Liard,Claude Lambert Tome 1, Baptisms of St-Roch-de-L'Achigan parish from 1787 to 1899.
Publication no. 45
5283 Q-42-60 150 ans d'histoire 150 Years of History NOYAN Denis Gravel Noyan founded 150 years ago, the municipality of Noyan prospered through its citizens' perseverance and fondness for their own little corner of the country. This anniversary is an opportunity to remember the preceding generations' efforts to build a town that is progressive and proud of its heritage, both anglophone and francophone. List multi families and their history.
5282 MA-VN-X-12 Massachusetts Obituaries, 1996-1997, Index A-Z, Pages 4900 - 5250 UNK Massachusetts Obituaries, copies from newspapers, Index A-Z, pages 4900-5250, 1996-1997
5281 MA-VN-X-11 Massachusetts Obituaries, 1994-1997, Index A-Z, Pages 4600-4899 UNK Massachusetts Obituaries, 1994-97, copies from newspapers, Index A-Z, plus disk
5280 VT-HIST-34C La Remotee De La Riviere Richelieu Par Champlain Societe de genealogie de Quebec This book 2009 marks the 400th Anniversary of the arrival of Saumuel de Champlain and his travels of Lake Champlain.
5279 MI-X-2 Paddling Across the Peninsula Timothy J. Kent An important Cross-Michigan Canoe Route During the French Regime.
During the prehistoric era, native travelers discovered a series of interconnected rivers which formed a water highway across the entire Lower Peninsula of Michigan. When Frenchmen arrived in the Great Lakes region during the 1600s, they were guided along this crucial canoe route by their native hosts.
5278 MI-X-1 French Canadians in Michigan John P. DuLong As the first European settlers in Michigan, the French Canadians left an indelible mark on the place names and early settlement patterns of the Great Lakes State. Because of its geographic importance in the fur trade, Michigan was a magnet for the Canadian traders who settled along the Detroit-Illinois trade route and the Straits of Mackinac. When Britain conquered New France in 1763, most Europeans in the Great Lakes Region were Francophones. This explores the history and influence of these early French Canadians and traces the successive nineteenth- and twentieth-century waves of migration from Quebec that created new communities in Michigan's industrial age.
5277 MA-VN-X-10 Massachusetts Obituaries, 1996 -1997, No Index,Pages 3850-4199 UNK Massachusetts Obituaries, 1996-1997, No Index, copies from newspapers, pages 4200-4599.
5276 MA-VN-X-9 Massachusetts Obituaries, 1994-1997, Index A-Z, Pages 3850-4199 UNK Massachusetts obituaries, 1994-97, copies from newspapers, Index A-Z, pages 3850-4199.
5275 MA-VN-X-8 Massachusetts Obituaries, 1994-1997, Index A-Z, Pages 3500-3849 UNK Massachusetts obituaries, 1994-97(some earlier), copies from newspapers, Index A-Z, pages 3500-3849.
5274 MA-VN-X-7 Massachusetts Obituaries, 1994-1996, Index A-Z, Pages 3150-3499 UNK Massachusetts Obituaries 1994-1996, copies from newspapers, Index A-Z, pages 3150-3499
5273 MA-VN-X-6 Massachusetts Obituaries, 1994-1997, Index A-Z, Pages 2800-3149 UNK Massachusetts Obituaries, copies from newspapers, Index A-Z, pages 2800-3149 Note: pages 1750-2799 apparently missing
5272 MIL-CA-7 Defenders of Lower Canada The Canadian Voltigeurs Horst Dresler Includes a chapter on the Canadian Voltigeurs, War of 1812, 1813 - Kingston , I'lle-aux-Noix, Battle of the Chateauguay River, Crysler's Farm, 1814 Battle of LaColle Mill and Pattsburgh. Includes maps, illustrations and index.
5271 MIL-VT-3D American Prisoners of War Held at Quebec during the War of 1812 ,Eric Eugene Johnson American Prisoners of War held at Quebec during the War of 1812 from 8 June 1813 to 11 December 1814.
Ths work transcribed from records of the British Admiralty pertaining to American prisoners of war held at Quebec during the War of 1812.
All of the men were captured during the various Land battles or naval actions on or around the Great Lakes or Lake Champlain.
Mr. Johnson is a descendant of five veterans of the War of 1812 and is the past president of the Society of the war of 1812 in the Sate of Ohio (2008-2011).
5270 EUR-GR-18 The Family Tree German Genealogy Guide James M. Beidler How to Trace Your Germanic Ancestry in Europe.
Rettrace your German immigrant ancestors' voyage from Europe to America
Pinpoint the precise place in Europe your ancestors came from
Uncover birth, marriage, death, church, census, court, military and other records documenting your ancestors' lives
Access German records of your family from your own hometown
Decipher German-language records, including unfamiliar German script
Understand German names and naming patterns that offer research clues.
5269 EUR-GR-17 Trace Your German Roots Online James M. Beidler A complete Guide to German Genealogy Websites.
Tips to find and use German databases, records, and research tools on Ancestry.com, Family Search.org, and other popular genealogy websites.
Guidance for helpful German-focused research websites, including how to translate using foreign-language sites.
Recommended websites for accomplishing key German research tasks.
Worksheets to log research progress and at-a-glance guides to help you identify important terms and resources.
5268 R-95-07 Repertoire des actes de bapteme mariage sepulture et des recensements du Quebec ancien to 1699 Vol. 7, INDEX 1-6 Charbonneau & Lagare PRDH repertory series is composed of 47 volumes.The primary sources for the information contained in those volumes are parish records of baptisms marriages, burials, confirmations, recantations and confirmations. The series also contains notarial records of marriages, civil census records, hospital sick lists, and some ship's passenger lists.
Divided in to five distinct periods of time.
Codes for type, source and location.
Vol. 7: General Index for Volumes 1-6
5267 R-95-06 Repertoire des actes de bapteme mariage sepulture et des recensements du Quebec ancien to 1699 Vol. 6 Charbonneau & Lagare PRDH repertory series is composed of 47 volumes.The primary sources for the information contained in those volumes are parish records of baptisms marriages, burials, confirmations, recantations and confirmations. The series also contains notarial records of marriages, civil census records, hospital sick lists, and some ship's passenger lists.
Divided in to five distinct periods of time.
Codes for type, source and location.
Vol. 6: Recensements nominatifs et documents divers
5266 R-95-05 Repertoire des actes de bapteme mariage sepulture et des recensements du Quebec ancien to 1699 Vol. 5 Charbonneau & Lagare PRDH repertory series is composed of 47 volumes.The primary sources for the information contained in those volumes are parish records of baptisms marriages, burials, confirmations, recantations and confirmations. The series also contains notarial records of marriages, civil census records, hospital sick lists, and some ship's passenger lists.
Divided in to five distinct periods of time.
Codes for type, source and location.
Vol. 5: Montreal et environs
5265 R-95-04 Repertoire des actes de bapteme mariage sepulture et des recensements du Quebec ancien to 1699 Vol. 4 Charbonneau & Lagare PRDH repertory series is composed of 47 volumes.The primary sources for the information contained in those volumes are parish records of baptisms marriages, burials, confirmations, recantations and confirmations. The series also contains notarial records of marriages, civil census records, hospital sick lists, and some ship's passenger lists.
Divided in to five distinct periods of time.
Codes for type, source and location.
Vol. 4: Trois-Rivieres et environs
5264 R-95-03 Repertoire des actes de bapteme mariage sepulture et des recensements du Quebec ancien to 1699 Vol. 3 Charbonneau & Lagare PRDH repertory series is composed of 47 volumes.The primary sources for the information contained in those volumes are parish records of baptisms marriages, burials, confirmations, recantations and confirmations. The series also contains notarial records of marriages, civil census records, hospital sick lists, and some ship's passenger lists.
Divided in to five distinct periods of time.
Codes for type, source and location.
Vol. 3: Environs de Quebec
5263 R-95-02 Repertoire des actes de baptisms mariage sepulture et des recensements du Quebec ancien to 1699 Vol. 2 Charbonneau & Lagare PRDH repertory series is composed of 47 volumes.The primary sources for the information contained in those volumes are parish records of baptisms marriages, burials, confirmations, recantations and confirmations. The series also contains notarial records of marriages, civil census records, hospital sick lists, and some ship's passenger lists.
Divided in to five distinct periods of time.
Codes for type, source and location.
Volume 2: Ile d'Orleans et Cote de Beaupre
5262 FH-R-10 Ready Family History Ready Family History Starting with Patrick and Honora Madigan Ready.
5261 FH-B-22 Descendants of Jean Bombardier & Marie Guelin (See CD)
5260 FH-S-10 Senecal Tree & Info (See CD)
5259 FH-G-7 The Guillemet Family Reunion (See CD)
5258 FH-S-3 Sweet Family (See CD)
5257 FH-P-13 Pratt Family (See CD)
5255 MA-VN-X-5 Massachusetts Obituaries, 2004, Index A-Z, Pages 1400-1749 UNK Massachusetts Obituaries, 2004, copies from newspapers, Index A-Z, pages 1400-1749
5254 FH-L-29 A Family History of Louis LeblancWhite (See CD)
5252 FH-G-2 Nicolas Guillemet Book (See CD)
5251 MA-VN-X-4 Massachusetts Obituaries, 2004-2006, Index A-Z, Pages 1050-1399 UNK Massachusetts Obituaries, 2004-2006, copies from newspapers, Index A-Z, pages 1050-1399
5250 FH-C-19 Cusson Family (See CD)
5249 MA-VN-X-3 Massachusetts Obituaries, 2005-2006, Index A-Z, Pages 700-1049 UNK Massachusetts Obituaries, 2005-2006, Pages 700-1049, Copies from newspapers, Index included on CD.




5248 MA-VN-X-2 Massachusetts Obituaries, 2005-2006, Index A-Z, Pages 350-699 UNK Massachusetts Obituaries, 2005-2006, Index A-Z, Pages 350-699
Copies of obits from newspapers, including Canada.
5247 MA-VN-X-1 Massachusetts Obituaries, 2005-2006, Index A-Z, Pages 1-349 UNK Massachusetts Obituaries, 2005-2006, copied from newpapers, Index A-Z, Pages 1-349.
5246 CD-FH-L-29 A family History of Louis Leblanc American-Canadian Genealogical Soc.,Joanne White Jackson,James Jackson Jr. Family History of Louis Leblanc/White 1600-1900.
PDF file entitled "Leblanc Family History 2017-08-21" that includes a historical narrative as well as pedigree charts for my ancestor, Louis Leblanc/White.
5245 VT-4-VN-22 Chittenden County, VT Obituaries, Burlington Free Press, Index,1980-1985, 1987-1988, 1990 UNK Chittenden County, VT Obituaries, Burlington Free Press, Index - 1980-1985, 1987-1988, 1990.
5244 Q-HISTORY-34 Rendezvous at the Straits Volume II Timothy J. Kent Fur Trade and Military Activities at Fort de Buade and fort Michilimackinac.
Volume II
Inter-War Years, Sault Ste. Marie Post, 1749-1752
Seven Years War, and End of French Regime, 1753-1761
Ft. Michilimackinac Under British Rule, 1761-1781
Slavery During the Fur Trade Era
For well over a century during the colonial era, the Straits of Mackinac, at the junction of Lake Huron and Michigan, served as the very epicenter of activities in the northern interior of North America. At this locale, great numbers of native people and Europeans congregated each summer to trade.
5243 Q-HISTORY-33 Rendezvous at the Straits Volume I Timothy J. Kent Fur Trade and Military Activities at Fort de Buade and fort Michilimackinac.
Volume I
St. Ignace and Ft. de Buade, 1670 to 1714
Ft. Michilimackinac, 1715 to 1761
For well over a century during the colonial era, the Straits of Mackinac, at the junction of Lake Huron and Michigan, served as the very epicenter of activities in the northern interior of North America. At this locale, great numbers of native people and Europeans congregated each summer to trade.
5242 Q-HISTORY-32 A Modern-Day Voyageur Family Timothy J. Kent The Kent Family began paddling 3,000 mile length of the mainline fur trade canoe route across the U. S. and Canada retracing the steps of their French ancestors.
5241 Q-HISTORY-31 Ft. Pontchartrain at Detroit Timothy J. Kent A guide to the daily lives of Fur Trade and Military personnel, settlers, and missionaries at French posts.
When Cadillac departed from Montreal in June of 1701, he led an expedition of 100 voyagers and soldiers in 25 birchbark canoes, he had been ordered to establish Ft. Pontchartrain at Detroit as the ne center of fur trade and military power in the interior regions. This gives us a view of the life at a French trading post and military fort three centuries ago. Additional information has been gleaned from inventories of private households at the fort, the complete inventory of Cadillac's possessions there in 1711, many lists of trade goods that were transported to the post, and hundreds of other period documents.
5240 R-PAR-10 History of The Catholic Church in The New England States Volume I William Byrne, D.D. Volume 1 of the history of the Catholic Church in the New England states. Includes information on the dioceses of: Boston, Mass., Providence, R.I., Portland, Maine and Manchester, N.H.
5239 EUR-IR-35 More Irish Families Edward MacLysaght An addition to a book Irish Families. Most of the general questions relating to our subject, such as the origin, distortion and distribution of our surnames, and the effects on them of invasion and conquest, discussed in Irish Families.
5238 PER-30-40 LINKS Volume 20, No. 1 Issue Number 40 Summer 2017 VT-FCGS Contents:
Identifying Early Family Photos
How Many Great-Grandparents Do You Know
Visit to Perche, France
How to Research Brick Walls
What is a Marriage Bond
Montreal Cemeteries
New England Regional Conference
Grosse-Ile
Phantoms of the Fur Trade
My Great, Great Uncle Francois Bourassa
Ancestry of Jane Dubray/Dubreil
Huguenots in New France
First Names
Earn Your Acadian Pin
Example of Two Charts used to earn the Acadian Pin.
VTFCGS Annual Audit
Kathleen Messier, Assistant Archivist, Diocese of Burlington.
Annual Fall Conference Information and pre-registration form
5237 NY-47-3 St John the Baptist Schenectady, New York Volume 2, L to Z American-Canadian Genealogical Soc. Baptisms - St. John the Baptist, Schenectady, New York, 1854 to 2009
Volumes 1 A to K
Volume II L to Z

These two volumes cover 14,436 baptisms in St. John the Baptist parish in Schenectady, New York
from 1854 to 2009.

Early records show the first Catholic worship occured in the city in 1823. The current church was built
before the Civil War. St. John's is one of the oldest Catholic Churches in the Northeast, founded by the
New York City Archdiocese long before the Albany diocese was formed.

The first large group in the area were German Catholics who left the Raines region of Germany seeking
religious freedom from the Lutherans. They started coming to this area in the early 1820's. By 1825 a
large group of Irish came to the area to help build the Erie Canal. Many more Irish came in the 1850's.

By the turn of the century St. John's had so many people attending mass they created seven more parishes
to help with all of the new immigrants flooding the area. Over time there were many changes in the
surrounding area, and the number of those attending services declined. The interior of the church was
destroyed by fire in 1967 but the parish kept going until it's closure in 2009.

The records include birth date, baptismal date, parent's names and sponsor's (godparents) names and
sometimes residence. If listed the spouse's name, date and parish the wedding took place in are also
included if known.

RP 124
5236 NY-47-2 St John the Baptist Schenectady, New York Volume 1, A to K American-Canadian Genealogical Soc. Baptisms - St. John the Baptist, Schenectady, New York, 1854 to 2009
Volumes 1 A to K
Volume II L to Z

These two volumes cover 14,436 baptisms in St. John the Baptist parish in Schenectady, New York
from 1854 to 2009.

Early records show the first Catholic worship occured in the city in 1823. The current church was built
before the Civil War. St. John's is one of the oldest Catholic Churches in the Northeast, founded by the
New York City Archdiocese long before the Albany diocese was formed.

The first large group in the area were German Catholics who left the Raines region of Germany seeking
religious freedom from the Lutherans. They started coming to this area in the early 1820's. By 1825 a
large group of Irish came to the area to help build the Erie Canal. Many more Irish came in the 1850's.

By the turn of the century St. John's had so many people attending mass they created seven more parishes
to help with all of the new immigrants flooding the area. Over time there were many changes in the
surrounding area, and the number of those attending services declined. The interior of the church was
destroyed by fire in 1967 but the parish kept going until it's closure in 2009.

The records include birth date, baptismal date, parent's names and sponsor's (godparents) names and
sometimes residence. If listed the spouse's name, date and parish the wedding took place in are also
included if known.

RP 124
5235 LL-G-14 AVAILABLE
5234 D-22 Dictionnaire Du Francais plus Centre Educatif et Culturel Entirely a French Dictionary. It gives abbreviations, the word and meaning in French.
5233 B-X-31 Dictionnaire Biographique du Clerge Canadien-Francais Volume 6 Jean Baptiste Allaire For this series the author compiled brief biographies, often including a photograph, of the many Catholic clergymen who served Quebec. In total the six volumes provide about 6,400 biographies. This volume 6, includes clergy from this later timeframe along with an index.
5232 B-X-30 Dictionnaire Biographique du Clerge Canadien-Francais Les Complements Volume 5 Jean Baptiste Allaire For this series the author compiled brief biographies, often including a photograph, of the many Catholic clergymen who served Quebec. In total the six volumes provide about 6,400 biographies. This volume 5, Les Complements includes clergy from this later time from along with an index.
5231 B-X-29 Dictionnaire Biographique du Clerge Canadien-Francais La Revue Volume 4 Jean Baptiste Allaire For this series the author compiled brief biographies, often including a photograph, of the many Catholic clergymen who served Quebec. In total the six volumes provide about 6,400 biographies. This volume 4, La Revue, this a bound copy of some of the monthly additions to Dictionnaire Biographique du clerge Canadien-Francais with an index for the series as it had been published t that date.
5230 B-X-28 Dictionnaire Biographique du Clerge Canadien-Francais Les Supplements Volume 3 Jean Baptiste Allaire For this series the author compiled brief biographies, often including a photograph, of the many Catholic clergymen who served Quebec. In total the six volumes provide about 6,400 biographies. This volume 3, Les Supplements is actually composed of six supplemental sections with information on more priests serving around 1910.
5229 B-X-27 Dictionnaire Biographique du Clerge Canadien-Francais Les Contemporains Volume 2 Jean Baptiste Allaire For this series the author compiled brief biographies, often including a photograph, of the many Catholic clergymen who served Quebec. In total the six volumes provide about 6,400 biographies. This volume 2 Les Contemporains,second of six volumes brings to life 412 biographical portraits of priests living and working in Quebec around 1910. There is an index of names at the end of the book.
5228 B-X-26 Dictionnaire Biographique du Clerge Canadien-Francais Les Anciens Volume 1 Jean Baptiste Allaire For this series the author compiled brief biographies, often including a photograph, of the many Catholic clergymen who served Quebec. In total the six volumes provide about 6,400 biographies. This volume 1, Les Anciens gives 100 biographies of members of the national clergy who served from the discovery of the colony by Jacques Cartier t 1910.

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