The Loyalist Churches of Sorel, Three Rivers, Saint Johns, Chambly and Surrounding Areas
This compilation, prepared by Montreal genealogist Jacques Gagné, looks at the churches frequented by Loyalists who settled in three regions of Quebec in the late 18th century: Trois-Rivières (Three Rivers) and Sorel, east of Montreal on the St. Lawrence River, and Saint-Jean (St. Johns) and Chambly, south of Montreal on the Richelieu River. It outlines the histories of these churches and where to find surviving records.
Click on the link: Loyalists Churches Sorel – Three Rivers
Posted on November 25, 2014, in Genealogy, Loyalists, Quebec and tagged Chambly. Saint Johns St-Jean, Church records, Loyalist Churches, Loyalists, Sorel, Three Rivers. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.