Thanks for this outline of the content. It is very helpful. So the contentof the Fichier Lafrance has much of the same records as the Drouin
On Thu, 4 Feb 2016 17:14:57 -0800 (PST), email@example.com of the Fichier Lafrance has much of the same records as the Drouin Collections, but Fichier Lafrance is a little more complete? I was wondering before your explanation what the difference between the Fichier Lafrance and the Drouin Records were.
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Thanks for this outline of the content. It is very helpful. So the
The Drouin Collection is the set of images while the
Fichier Lafrance is an index linked to the same images.
Denis Beauregard - g?n?alogiste ?m?rite (FQSG)
Les Fran?ais d'Am?rique du Nord - www.francogene.com/genealogie--quebec/ French in North America before 1722 -
Sur c?d?rom ? 1785 - On CD-ROM to 1785
The blog post was from the Library and Archives of Canada. That's the same >place that has the notaire index and the data on microfilm.
You may know this, but there are some Quebec vital records from the Drouin >collection at ancestry.com and at familysearch.org, however they
do not contain everything that is available at genealogiequebec.com.
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