Muriel Chabot Normand, #5706
American-Canadian Genealogical Society
PO Box 6478
Manchester, NH 03108-6478
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 603-622-1554
We are a volunteer staff of experienced genealogists with a penchant for research and are fluent in both reading and speaking French.
Our Canadian holdings are both in book and database form and span from church records to French Canadians who fought in the American Revolution. We cover the Maritimes, Quebec and Ontario
We have U.S. church records and vital records for most of New England in books, on film, and online.
ACGS is an LDS affiliate library. Research clients may order films that will come to our library for review by the Research Department.
Services Available and Fee Structure
All ACGS members will receive a 50% discount on the pricing of research services once completed.
- Surname line to France, marriage to marriage; each documented by a primary or secondary source – $70.
- Extra documents required for validation of a line, e.g. no parents on marriage. $10 per document.
- Single events (vital or church record) $20 each.
- Translation of event $5 per page.
Translating Scholarly or Notarial Documents
First 10 pages $15 per page – with footnotes $20 per page.
All pages thereafter $10 per page. (A page is a basic 8.5” x 11”)
Receiving your documents
When the research is completed, the following will be forwarded to you:
- Via email: Documentation (sources, images, etc.) in Adobe pdf format.
- A GEDCOM file which can be imported into any genealogy database program. If requested, an ancestral chart can be supplied if the data is not to be entered into a database.
- Via USPS: $3 US/$5 CAN for postage. Printed copies of sources, images, etc. along with an ancestral chart.
Requesting a Search
Research initiation fee: Nonrefundable
$20 for nonmembers, $10 for members; credited toward completed search.
Requests should be sent via email or mailed to address above (attn. Research Department). Include: Name, Address, Email, phone and member number.
Using a 4-generation chart , complete as much as possible (esp. #1) along with copies of any source documents.
Once reviewed, a researcher will contact you.