MSS-026-The PRDH

Maple Stars and Stripes fleur-de-lis logoMost French-Canadian genealogists are familiar with the PRDH, but are you familiar with all three versions? Today we’ll describe each while discussing the pros and cons.

To help you out, you can download a PDF copy of the Key to the Repertory, the English translation of the instructions for the printed PRDH, by signing up for the Maple Stars and Stripes newsletter at maplestarsandstripes.com/newsletter. If you need something a bit more visual, you can watch the step-by-step videos at maplestarsandstripes.com/videos.

Do you have an ancestor “du Québec?” If so, is he from the city or the province? In Language Tip #26, we’ll discuss how you can tell which is which.

Charts and links can be found in the show notes at maplestarsandstripes.com/26.

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2 comments on “MSS-026-The PRDH

  1. John Fisher

    I have enjoyed the PRDH volumes because both my Mom & Dad’s families began in La Prairie (#271) and you can get a good look at their families and their descendents and the families they intermarried with; in a chronological order.

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