The Canada, Montreal, Quebec Emigrant Office Records Index offers 286 records from the year 1878. These records were compiled from Ingeneas.com, who transcribed original records held by the Library and Archives Canada. Individuals who would like more information on the Canada, Montreal, Quebec Emigrant Office Records Index can visit the Ingeneas Database and Library and Archives Canada .
Individual records in the Canada, Montreal, Quebec Emigrant Office Records Index feature the first and last name of the individual, the arrival date and destination.
The records in the Canada, Montreal, Quebec Emigrant Office Records Index are maintained by the Library and Archives Canada. Individuals who wish to research and copy specific records should contact the Library and Archives Canada using the following information.
Library and Archives Canada
395 Wellington Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0N4 Canada
Ingeneas.com operates an online genealogical website dedicated to Canadian records. It features an electronic database that can be searched online using a name. Ingeneas.com has input Canadian census records, marriage licenses, birth and death certificates, passenger lists and immigration records. Immigration records related to Montreal, Quebec, include the passenger's name, date and port of embarkation, name of the ship, date and port of arrival, passenger's marital status, age, occupation, where the passenger contracted to land, ultimate destination and a list of any family members traveling with the passenger. Ingeneas.com allows users to order a transcription of specific records.
The Library and Archives Canada holds the original immigration records, which have been transferred to microfilm reels in order to preserve the original paper records. The Library and Archives Canada is open to the public and welcomes visitors. Online, the Library and Archives Canada offer individuals access to a name index for passengers arriving in Quebec from 1865 through 1900. Individuals can search using a name and find a scanned copy of the original register that shows the name, age, occupation, country of origin and destination.
Another online index was created by the Library and Archives Canada that lists passengers from 1865 through 1935, although this index can is organized by name of ship, departure date and port, or arrival date and port instead of by name. Immigration records between 1925 and 1935 offer additional passenger information like birth place, name and address of the person (such as a relative, friend or employer) the passenger was meeting at the destination port, and the name and address of closest relative in their home country. All of these online databases also include the appropriate microfilm reel number in case a copy is requested or an individual wishes to view these records in person.
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