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Re: Online genealogy or birth/death certificates Rose Anna Carey
Posted by: Jean-Marie Matteau (ID *****3775) Date: October 18, 2005 at 14:42:58
In Reply to: Re: Online genealogy or birth/death certificates Rose Anna Carey by Debra Parsons of 1963

Hello Deb:

I have had no luck with your request.

Cannot find a marriage record for Nicolas (proper spelling) and Rosanna Carey in Québec nor at Burlington (St. Joseph).

No baptism record of either Nicolas nor Rosanna at Burlington (the only B registry that we have for Vt).

If both were born in VT, it is most likely that both were married in VT.

I have seen Muriel's reply (Galipeau/Hudon): does this make sense. I have not looked at the timing for marriage date.

Death records for period of 1925 to 1996 for Québec are not avail. on line. (they were produced by the Québec Bureau of Statistics.

For the period prior to 1925, there is no Québec-wide death registry. The problem for B and D is with the period of 1800 to 1925: no province-wide registry.

with regard to the B of Leona Clementine Galipeau (proper spelling, but have to LL at times), the index of B for the Montréal area stops in 1899. THere are over 130 parishes in Montréal today; there might have been about 60 around the turn of the century.


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