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A listing of references reviewed for this web site

The 1825, 1831, 1851 and 1861 Census' of Lacolle, Quebec. Many thanks to Jean Lebrun and Barry Dickinson.

McLellan Cemetery Records, including Lacolle (Burtonville), Odelltown, Henrysburg and Jackson Cemeteries in Lacolle, Quebec, the Glenwood Cemetery in Champlain, New York and Maple Hill Cemetery in Rouses Point, New York.

McLellan Collection, including Hoyle Family Papers and biography by W. D. Lighthall

Legal Documents from Notaries Public of Hemmingford. Relates to many families and land transactions in Lacolle.

Roxham Cemetery Records as compiled by G. L. Bickes

Atlas of The Eastern Townships and South-Western Quebec, 1881

Wesleyan Methodist Church Circuit Registers, including Odelltown/Lacolle 1859-1885 and Odelltown 1886-1908

Lacolle Wesleyan Methodist Parsonage Minute Book, 1873-1896

Henrysburg Methodist Church Records 1836-1843, 1847- 1854

The Huntingdon Gleaner

The North Countryman

Sellar's History of Huntingdon Co. by Robert Sellar

Marriages of Saint Jean County 1757-1989 compiled by Ronald Leger

Protestant Marriages of Bedford County

Rouses Point, N.Y. Vital Records, with thanks to Joyce Lavoie

International Genealogical Index, a trademark index created by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints which contains millions of birth, christening and marriage records of deceased persons from around the world.

"Essays In North Riding History 1770-1850" by R. P. Hastings

"The Ryedale Story" A Yorkshire Countryside Handbook By John Rushton B.Sc. (Econ.) Second Edition

Lewis' 1831 Topographical Dictionary of England

"The Christie Seigniories" by Madame Francoise Noel

"Beaujeu" A history of LaColle highlighting Saint Bernard de Lacolle (1843), Notre Dame du Mont Carmal (1913) and Lacolle (1920) by Father Jules Romme

"Hemmingford Then and Now" by Alister Somerville

Map, "Ancient Parishes and Chapelries, Yorkshire, England" Based on George Lawton's collections relative to York and Ripon (1842) and Henry Teesdale's map of Yorkshire (1817-1828) published by the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Parish Register Section, Claremont, Leeds

Map, Seigneury of Lacolle by Joseph Bouchette (1815)

Map, Seigneurie of Lacolle by J. Whitman (1826 and 1827) showing roads, rivers and numbering sequence for divisions of the land at that period

Map, Seigneury of Lacolle and Delery by J. V. Renault (1860) showing roads, rivers and numbering sequence for divisions of the land at that period

"Cadastre Abrege de la Seignurie de Lacolle ou de Beaujeu" A property enumeration taken at the time of the Seigneurial Act of 1854, amended, and completed in 1861

Map, Hemmingford Township ca. 1880

The Mabel Glass Keddy Collection, a life long collection of papers, documents, journals, books and photos relating to many families in Hemmingford and Lacolle by Mabel Glass Keddy a native of Roxham

Special thanks to the many family historians who provided extended genealogies and various letters, photos and documents etc. for their ancestors. Also to Jacqueline Stoneberger, Betty MacKenzie, Susan Heller, Jean Lebrun, Barry Dickinson and the research facilities of Plattsburgh State University College Special Collections, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Family History Center in Plattsburgh, N. Y. and Madame Poulon at the St. Jean County Archives in St.Jean Sue Richelieu. North Yorkshire County Records Office at North Allerton, Yorkshire, England and the Humberside Records Office at Beverley, England

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