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LOVELL, JOHN, printer and publisher; b. 4 Aug. in Bandon (Republic of Ireland), son of Robert Lovell, farmer, and Jane Beasly; m.
20 Sept. in Montreal Sarah Kurczyn, daughter of a wealthy merchant, and they had six sons and six daughters, two of whom died in childhood; d. 1 July in Montreal. John Lovell’s family farmed near Bandon until when they immigrated to Lower.
Lovell's Montreal Directory () For those wishing to learn about the changes in a neighbourhood or find the names of a building's tenants and owners over the years, Lovell's Directory offers a vast repository of information about the population, businesses and institutions in Montréal and the surrounding area between and Anyone interested in the city's social history.
Search: Census of Canada, - Library and Archives Canada. Lovell Directories of Montreal () are available online. They do not offer a search screen but all of the directories have linked indexes.
Below is an extract of Blackmore and variants from the Lovell directories from to Ottawa: Department of Agriculture, Census Branch, (AMICUS ) Published statistics: Census of Canada, = Recensement du Canada, Issues about this Census and this Database.
Some census records have not survived. Consult the list of Census Districts and Sub-districts to find out what sub-districts are missing.
About Census of Canada This database is an every name index to individuals enumerated in the Canada Census, the third census of Canada since confederation in In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to actual images of the Census (images are of Library and Archives Canada microfilm reels.
The nominal census is what is most important for purposes of this web site. The Canadian Census records are decennial, i.e. taken every 10 years. The first census taken after Confederation was compiled in This census was then taken every 10 years, in,and CENSUS of CANADA Census of Canada Province of Nova Scotia District No.
##### Cape Breton (Little Glace Bay) Transcribed & Contributed by Tony McNeil. Transcriber's Notes:These records were taken from the National Archives of Canada on 26 April The photocopies were taken from microfilm reel number T They are provided for.
Original data: Lovell's Canadian Dominion directory for containing the names of professional and business men, and other inhabitants, of the cities, towns and villages, throughout the provinces of Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, and Prince Edward Island, corrected to January, Montreal:.
Welcome. The Programme de recherche en démographie historique (PRDH), Département de Démographie, Université de Montréal, hosts several research and database construction projects based on the study and use of nineteenth-century Canadian historical current historical census database construction projects focus upon the Canadian censuses of and From the U of Toronto iSchool: a report locator for the Census of Canada, containing bibliographical information for all Census publications for this period (drawn from the Historical Catalogue and other sources) along with links to open access digital copies where found (i.e.
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Approximately 50 kilometers long, 16 kilometers in width, with a meter mountain occupying its center, it was originally inhabited by the Iroquois who had lived in. Project Director: Kris Inwood, Economics, University of Guelph since The first project director was Kevin James.
Senior Academic Advisor: Doug McCalla. Post-Doctoral Fellows and visitors to the project are listed at the appropriate page of the Historical Data Research Unit. Office Co-ordinator: Jean Dalgleish came to the project in with a BA in Economic History, an MA in.
The Census marks the third regular collection of census in Canada. The other two ( & Census) were the first censuses taken after Canada became a country inand where it was deemed necessary that a census be taken after 10 years. The Census is available to Ancestry members with World Deluxe or memberships and can be searched here.
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Check Memoires from SGCF, Vol. 46, no 1 (printemps ) for a description of what is available in each censuses. About Census of Canada This database is an every name index to individuals enumerated in the Canada Census, the first census of Canada since confederation in National censuses have been taken every 10 years since and every five years since The third national census was started on 6 April At that time, enumerators collected information from British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec, which included census districts and 2, subdistricts.
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While this title does an excellent job at identifying the primary purpose of the book it fails to mention that the book also provides: Historical sketches of the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec, gazetteer like descriptions of virtually every centre of.
From to he served as English Secretary of the Provincial Department of Public Instruction and later as Director of Protestant Education. Rexford returned to the High School of Montreal as Rector inand in left to take up the principalship of the Montreal Diocesan Theological College.
In he retired as Principal Emeritus. Elijah Arbo, Circa - Elijah Arbo Elijah Arbo was born circaat birth place, to John Arbo and Sarah Arbo. John was born circain Upper Blackville, New Brunswick, Canada. CD ROM - Tanguay Collection - Version - 2 CD Set By Rev Cyprien Tanguay and Joseph-Arthur Leboeuf This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, The first CD contains all seven volumes of Dictionnaire généalogique des familles Canadiennes (Genealogical dictionary of Canadian families) originally published between Covers Catholic vital records for the period of.
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Schiller. Descendance de Thomas Goulet. Descendants of Paul Sourdif "The Family Tree of Cecile Schiller Belland". The Governor of Montreal was the highest position in Montreal in the 17th century and the 18th century. Prior to the establishment of the Sovereign Council, the governor of Montreal was appointed by the Société Notre-Dame de Governor had responsibilities over both military and civil affairs in Montreal.
List of governors of Montreal. “A People’s History of Quebec” by Jacques Lacoursiere (translated by Robin Philpot) is a neat little history of Canada’s Province of Quebec. The book covers Canada’s/Quebec’s founding by Jacques Cartier in all the way up to about Lacoursiere’s book was written in and not translated by Philpot into English until /5.
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Canada, Lower Canada Census, — Attention: This site does not .Book-on-CD Edition The John Lovell directory of the city of Montreal for the years of to contains an alphabetical listing of the citizens of the city and a street directory. It also includes subscribers and advertisers classified business directories and a miscellaneous directory.