40,000 new marriages available on Genealogy Quebec

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More than 40,000 marriages have been added to the Drouin Collection Records, one of 15 tools available to Genealogy Quebec subscribers.

These new marriages, originally published on the Directeur de l’État Civil website, cover the years 2019, 2020 and 2021, and add to the 15,000 marriages already available in the collection.

Browsing the DECQ marriages

In order to consult these new marriages, head to the Drouin Collection Records and open the “Quebec” folder, where you will find the “Mariages DECQ 2018-2022” collection.

The marriages are listed in alphabetical order by the husband’s or wife’s surname.

For example, in order to find the marriage of a Cabana, simply go to the C folder and browse the list of marriages alphabetically listed within.

You can browse these marriages as well as tens of millions of genealogical and historical documents by subscribing to Genealogy Quebec today!

What are the Drouin Collection Records?

The Drouin Collection Records contain all of the parish registers available on Genealogy Quebec, which represents over 5 million images.

Sherbrooke parish register image from the Drouin Collection Records available on GenealogyQuebec.com.

This collection is home to all of Quebec’s parish registers from 1621 to the 1940s, as well as numerous parish registers from Ontario, New Brunswick, the United States and Acadia.

You may browse the Drouin Collection Records with a subscription to Genealogy Quebec at this address.

Genealogically yours,

The Drouin team