As announced in Connections Summer 2014, a Special General Meeting will take place September 13, 2014 ....... Read Details
The Quebec Family History Society is the largest English-language genealogical society in Quebec. Our Heritage Centre and Library
is open six days a week to help you discover your ancestors and heritage. Learn more...
QFHS Now LDS-Affiliated Library
The Quebec Family History Society has become an affiliated library of the Family History Library of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS). Both QFHS members and non-members can order microfilms and microfiche to be read in the QFHS Library and Heritage Centre. See all the details.
Activities in July
July 13 - Newfoundland & Labrador Interest - Special Interest Group
Volunteers for Library Needed
We are in need of new daily, duty librarians. If enough volunteers come forward, a team of two librarians could be on duty each day, and possibly allow us to expand our hours. See all the details
New Index Posted!
The Montreal Marriage Index has just been posted. This Marriage index lists non-Catholic marriages from 1760 to 1899 in the Montreal area. Sortable by family name, full name or spouse, it shows the year of the marriage, the church name, and the page number in the church registry. For many years this was only available on paper, then microfilm. Available in the Members section.
Online Library Catalogue
To help preserve our heritage and help you research your ancestors in Quebec, Canada, British Isles, US, and Western Europe, we have filled our library with books, periodicals, CDs, microfilms, microfiche, and electronic resources. Discover what we offer by visiting our online library catalogue. Search by title, author, location, subject and/or media type. Tip: To see all that is available when searching a country or province, remember to also check what is available in a particular county.
Help Support QFHS
Now, it is easier than ever to support QFHS. You can make your donation online or by mail.
Featured Resources for Members
Scottish Churches of Lower Canada and Quebec. The latest research guides from Jacques Gagné are now available in the Members section. Having difficulty finding the village where your ancestors lived? Not sure which church to look for? Take a look at these helpful guides.
The Quebec Land Grants Index is now available online, with special thanks to Sharon Callaghan for a detailed explanation and research process. See Sharon's article on the Quebec Land Grants (Township System) in the Members section.
Available in the Members section: CompuTree from the Summer 2013 issue of Connections where all the links are live, for your convenience
15 Donegani Avenue
P.O. Box 715, Pointe-Claire - Dorval Postal Stn
QFHS Heritage Centre and Library
173 Cartier Avenue
Mount Tremblant by Alain Carpentier
Newfoundland & Labrador Research Interest Group (NL RIG)
Sunday, Aug. 10th
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
QFHS Heritage Centre and Library, 173 Cartier Avenue, Suite 102, Pointe-Claire
Road Blocked by French?
The Bulletin Board has a link to help when French documents block your genealogy research
D-Day War Photos
Photos of Canadian Second World War Soliders
New Library Books
Irish Needles: A 3 Volume Set about The History of the Frampton Irish
The Papineau Cemetery Index is now available in the Members Only Section