Perhaps one of the most valuable French-Canadian resources packed into one volume is René Jetté’s Dictionnaire genealogique des familles du Quebec, covering early Québec families from the beginning to 1730. Learn how to use Jetté to locate your family as well as what other information can be found within it’s pages.
If you can’t find ancestors whose name begin with ‘L-apostrophe’ in an online index, try these tips. An understanding of French elision can make the search successful.
A listener call-in, another society’s Filles du Roi project, and a bit of humor round out this week’s podcast.
Be sure to check out the Show Notes at MapleStarsandStripes.com/8. Enjoy!