Update to the LAFRANCE, Acadia – Families and Newspaper Obituaries tools on Genealogy Quebec

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The Drouin team has been hard at work over the past month! Here are the updates made to Genealogy Quebec‘s tools and collections since our last newsletter.

Acadia – Families update

More than 25 000 family files have been added to the Acadia – Families tool. The tool now contains a total of 96 204 files.

This tool contains family files based on baptism, marriage and burial records from Acadia. You can browse this tool with a subscription to GenealogyQuebec.com at this address.

Newpaper Obituaries now equipped with a search engine

The Newspaper Obituaries section is now equipped with a search engine which allows for first name, last name and date of death search.

This section contains over 660 000 newspaper obituaries from Quebec newspapers published between 1945 and 2015.

You can browse the Newspaper obituaries with a GenealogyQuebec.com subscription at this address.


The bimonthly LAFRANCE update was applied earlier this month. The additions pertain to the 1850-1861 period for Catholic baptisms and burials.

Update figures

Catholic baptisms 1850-1861 : 1506 records added
Catholic burials 1850-1861 : 407 records added
In addition, the corrections sent by our users over the past 2 months have been applied.

About the LAFRANCE

The LAFRANCE, one of 16 tools available to GenealogyQuebec.com subscribers, is a detailed index with link to the original document of ALL Catholic marriages celebrated in Quebec between 1621 and 1917, ALL Catholic baptisms and burials celebrated in Quebec between 1621 and 1849 as well as ALL Protestant marriages celebrated in Quebec between 1760 and 1849.

Baptisms and burials of the 1850-1861 period are added gradually through our bimonthly updates.

Reminder – PRDH-IGD Update

In case you missed it, a massive update was applied to PRDH-IGD.com last month. This update almost doubled the total amount of individuals in the database! You can find more information about the PRDH-IGD at this address.

Genealogically yours,

The Drouin team