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Belanger Family Home Page
Dedicated to the research of the Belanger Family.
The site offers several databases of patronyms inclusive of the first ever publication of a comprehensive, though still incomplete, study of La Famille Nicolle from its roots in St-Pair-sur-Mer, France through Nouvelle France to its migrations into the other Canadian provinces and the United States. The site also includes a section on Les Navires – The Ships. This section details the roles of hundreds (soon to be 1000) passenger ships between France and Nouvelle France. Some of the earliest roles include Les Filles de Roi.
Podcasts Tailored to French-Canadians
Sandra Goodwin’s Maple Stars and Stripes Podcast introduces French-Canadian researchers to language and cultural lessons along with interviews with different French-Canadian genealogical societies and researchers. It is a great way to learn about the big, great Franco world of North America.
There are more than 2 million French-Canadian descendants in New England. This podcast will focus episodes on topics of interest to us. Click here for an introduction to the Podcast creator, Jesse Martineau, a native of Manchester, New Hampshire.
This podcast, brought to us in English by Claire-Marie Brisson, investigates topics of interest to French speakers and Franco-Americans. By way of introduction, a good episode to get started is Ms. Brisson’s January 9, 2020 interview with David Vermette, who was a Fall Conference speaker in 2018 for ACGS and author of A Distinct Alien Race.
Le Centre de Généalogie Francophone d’Amérique
Francophone genealogical web site links
Cyndi’s List of Internet Genealogy Sites
Thousands of links, categorized & cross-referenced
A project to provide enhanced access to Canada’s published heritage. Full text online collection of more than 3,000 books and pamphlets documenting Canadian history from the first European contact to the late 19th century
Family Tree Maker Genealogical Database Software, Internet Resources
Foundation Francois Lamy – The mission of the Fondation François-Lamy is to help preserve and enhance the places of memory of the Orléans roots, through the large parts of the history of Île d’Orléans, from yesterday to today, and the life of his founding families. Located in Sainte-Famille, île d’Orléans (Québec), website is in English.
Free Translation.org Free Translation.org is an easy-to-use site for rapid translations where you can get the ‘gist’ of foreign language text and web pages.
Genealogy Quebec is a subscription-based research site containing more than 100 million images and historical documents from Quebec, Acadia, Ontario and the Northeastern United States.
The comprehensive site of Quebec French-Canadian genealogy of the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries
US GENWEB Project
Regional Links by State and County Archives, Civil Records, and More
Your gateway to Canadian Genealogy
The Acadian GenWeb site, part of Canada GenWeb
Thank you to Isaac S., in his process of obtaining his Boy Scout Genealogy badge, he found this link that is an excellent resource for kids to start learning about genealogy and learning their family history. We hope that you will share this with your kids and grandkids to get them started on learning more about their family history.
How to Interview Elderly Relatives for Genealogy Research For those of you who are blessed with living elderly relatives, you still have access to a treasure trove of memories, details, and more when it comes to your genealogy research. You can supplement all your online and other methods of research with interviews specifically geared toward these elderly relatives so you can gain valuable information.
Everpresent – A Guild to Family History and Genealogy Research – A beginners guild to researching a family history and family genealogy.
Catherine Baillon Royal Connection Research Association
John DuLong’s page, featuring status reports on the research investigating possible links between Catherine de Baillon and early European royalty
AFGS – American French Genealogical Society (Woonsocket, RI) French-Canadian Genealogy Research Services Society News, Conference Announcements Sales Catalogue
Maine Franco-American Genealogical Society (MFGS)
Fr. Leo E. Begin Library 217 Turner St. Auburn, ME 04210
(On the 2nd Floor of the Fortin Funeral Home) (207) 786-3327
FCGSC – French-Canadian Genealogical Society of Connecticut
Canadian Genealogy Library and Research Services Society News, Announcements
VTFCGS – Vermont French-Canadian Genealogical Society (Burlington VT)
French-Canadian Genealogy Research Services Society News, Conference Announcements Sales Catalogue
2019 Fall Conference Speaker Patrick Lacroix has supplied us with some links to share with everyone to help them in their search for their French-Canadian ancestors that came to New York and or their possible connection to the American Revolutionary War.
An overview of the points I covered in my talk:
List of French-Canadian Patriots from a DAR researcher:
House of Representatives Journal (searchable) for those looking for veterans’ petitions:
My blog on Franco-Americans:
Another blog on Francos in New York:
Boston University Discount – ACGS members receive 10% off enrollment in Boston University’s Genealogy Studies Program, CLICK HERE TO SEE THE PROGRAM DETAILS. Email us at [email protected] for your ACGS 10% off offer code.