(relating to Montreal)


Hawthorne-Dale Cemetery Inscriptions
printed 1992 by QFHS (100 pages, more than 4,600 tombstone inscriptions)

St. Stephen's Anglican Church, Lachine Monumental Inscriptions (not indexed)

McNaughton Cemetery, Lachine, Monumental Inscriptions (not indexed)
printed 1987 by Ken Hodge (6 pages), published by the QFHS
LDS film # 1711400

Anglican Garrison Burial Register w/ list of Monumental inscriptions at Papineau Ave. Military cemetery (old English Burying Grounds - Dorchester St.) not indexed

Jottings from tombstones from Anglican Garrison Papineau Ave. Military cemetery


Guide to Quebec's Parishes, and Civil Registers 1621-1993

Christ Church Cathedral - Marriages 1766-1850
published by the QFHS

Cote St. Charles Methodist Church Register 1855-1874


Names of emigrants : from the 1845-1847 records of James Allison, emigrant agent at Montreal
by James Allison (1781-1855)
prepared by the Irish Research Group, Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society
"This publication is divided into two parts: part 1. The transcript (The transcript includes the records of James Allison and an appendix from the "British parliamentary papers" of persons who died at Grosse Île in 1846.) [and] part 2. The indexes (There are two indexes: an "Index of personal names" and an "Index of place names.")."--Introd.
"From 1823 to 1849, James Allison was a ... government emigrant agent at Montreal, responsible for the provisioning and transportation of destitute immigrants from Montreal to locations mostly in Upper Canada."--Introd.

Loyalist Stragglers in Montreal, September-October 1784
From The Haldimand papers, created by Sir Frederick Haldimand (1718- 1791)
by E. Keith Fitzgerald (published in: Families (vol. 24, no. 1, 1985)
A transcript of records from the Haldimand papers which contains "a return of refugee Loyalists and disbanded troops bearing the date 17 September, 1784. In all, there are 187 entries of individuals, families, groups or parties."
LDS fiche # 6010883 (1 fiche)

British-Canadian loyalty claims, 1786
manuscript by Montreal Commissioners inquiring into losses and services of American Loyalists
Contains claims of Caleb Clossen, William Carr, those with Cummingham surname, Thomas McMinn.
LDS film # 833329

A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to Canada Before Confederation Volume 1
By Donald Whyte, published by the Ontario Genealogical Society, Toronto, 1986
ISBN 0-920036-09

A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to Canada Before Confederation Volume 2
By Donald Whyte, published by the Ontario Genealogical Society, Toronto, 1995
ISBN 0-7779-0919-9


Introduction to the Social History of Scots in Quebec (1780-1840)
by Lynda Price

Tracing Your Canadian Roots
by Angus Baxter

Canadian Railway Records
by Althea Douglas MA, C.G.(C) and J. Creighton Douglas, BSc
published by the Ontario Genealogical Society, Toronto,1994, 64p

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