A Canadian Family

First Nations, French Canadians & Acadians

Index: Quebec Census Extracts [Native – First Peoples – Metis]

Core Index: First Peoples Genealogy and History

Main Index: Native/First Peoples/Metis Surnames | Census Extracts

Index Quebec First Nations - Iroquois, Abenaki, Algonquin, Mi'kmaq, Innu, Montagnais

These are the links I’m collected so far to census records related to First Nations people who have lived in what is now the Canadian province of Quebec between 1852 and 1921.


Mission de L’Annunciation | Deux Montagnes  April 2021




Laprairie | Sault-St-Louis

Nicolet | Becancour

Nicolet-Yamaska |  St-Thomas-de-Pierreville

Pontiac | Barriere de Kakiprongang

Pontiac | Grand Lac-Victoria

Temiscouata | Cacouna

Temiscouata | Fraserville





Bonaventure | Mann & Restigouche

Bonaventure | Maria

Chateauguay |  Sault St. Louis

Chicoutimi & Saguenay  |  Bersimis

Chicoutimi & Saguenay  |  Moisie

Chicoutimi & Saguenay  |  Natashquan

Chicoutimi & Saguenay  |  Ouiatchouan

Chicoutimi & Saguenay  |  Pointe-aux-Esquimaux C(2)  June 2021

Deux-Montagnes | L’Annonciation

Gaspe Bay South I | Mi’kmaq (1901)  newly indexed

Huntingdon |  St. Regis

Laval  |  Longue Pointe (Hospital)

Nicolet | Becancour Indian Reserve

Pontiac  |  Timiskaming

Pontiac  |   Unorg. Terr. Z-1

Pontiac  |  Unorg. Terr. Z-2

Pontiac |  Unorg. Terr. Z-4

Pontiac  38  |  Unorg. Terr 38   June 2021

Quebec City  |  Reserve Lorette  (1901)  May 2021

Temiscouata | Cacouna

Wright | Maniwaki

Wright | Sicotte, Lytton & Baskatong

Yamaska |  St-Francois





Bonaventure | Restigouche

Bonaventure  |  Maria Indian Reserve

Chateauguay  |  Sault-St-Louis Indian Reserve

Chicoutimi & Saguenay  |   Bersimis

Chicoutimi & Saguenay  |  Moisie

Chicoutimi & Saguenay  |  Pointe Blene

Chicoutimi & Saguenay  |  Sept Iles

Chicoutimi & Saguenay  |  St. Amedee de Peribonka

Deux-Montagnes |  Oka

Gaspe  |  Gaspe Bay South   June 2021

Huntingdon | St Regis

Labelle | Lac Vert

Labelle | Lathbury

Nicolet |  Becancourt Wolinak

Pontiac  | Nedelec Indian Reserve

Pontiac  |  Opasatika

Temiscouata | Veger Township

Terrebonne | Ste. Lucie Doncaster

Wright |  Maniwaki Indian Reserve

Wright |  Michomis

Yamaska | St-Francois de Sales Indian Reserve





Bonaventure  | Mann

Bonaventure  |   Maria Indian Reserve

Chateauguay-Huntingdon  | St. Regis Indian Reserve

Chicoutimi & Saguenay  |  Bersimis Escoumins

Chicoutimi & Saguenay  |  Mingan, Riviere-aux-Grimmes

Chicoutimi & Saguenay  |  Moisie Letellier

Deux-Montagnes  | L’Annociation Oka Indian Reserve

Laprairie-Napierville |  Caughnawaga Indian Reserve

Nicolet | Becancourt Indian Reserve

Pontiac-Temiscamingue-Abitibi, | Temiskaming Indian Reserve

Pontiac-Temiscamingue-Abitibi  | Mistasinni

Pontiac-Temiscamingue-Abitibi  | Namiska

Pontiac-Temiscamingue-Abitibi  | Rupert House

Temiscouata | Cacouna Indian Reserve

Wright | Maniwaki Indian Reserve

Wright |Sicotte, Lytton & Baskatong

Wright (29) | Albitibi …

Yamaska | St Francois Indian Reserve Odanak

Yamaska | Waswanipi





Related Indexes

Main Index: Native/First Peoples/Metis Surnames | Census Extracts

Index: The Abenaki in Canadian Census Records

Index: The Algonquins In Canadian Census Records

Index: The Cree in Canadian Census Records

Index: The Innu Montagnais Naskapi in Canadian Census Records

Index: The Maliseet in Canadian Census Records

Index: The Mi’kmaq in Canadian Census Records

Index: The Iroquois Confederacy in Canadian Census Records

Index: Native/First Peoples/Metis Surnames | Marriage Extracts

Core Index: First Peoples Genealogy and History



External Links

Aboriginal Communities of Quebec | Govt.




Code: Index

January 18, 2019 - Posted by | .


  1. In need of help please. I grew up with my great grandmother who was native from Quebec. Her name is Pauline Labelle dob May 3 1924. I have searched many records and there is no identity of native . She use to say she was born in Abitibi, and the family was forced to change her name and leave the reserve. They lived in the Saint Michal Des Saints for much of their early years in or near Manouane. Pauline’s mother is Marie Bergeron, and Pauline’s father was Napoleon Labelle. any help with understanding the name changes in this region would help a lot. Most of the baptism records are in Montreal, but nothing linking to a native tribe.


    Comment by marina thakur | February 15, 2019 | Reply

    • Hello,
      If I’ve understood correctly, your grandmother was adopted? Her name was then changed and the family (or Pauline?_ moved from Abitibi?


      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | February 15, 2019 | Reply

      • I don’t believe she was adopted . She would said she was from abitibi but her family had to change their names ans left the reserve.


        Comment by marinasalemarinasalehi3 | February 16, 2019 | Reply

        • My great grandmother was from alexandria stormount , Marie bergerons October 16 1905. They claimed to be Huron natives. Can’t seem to find any tribe affiliation.


          Comment by marinasalemarinasalehi3 | February 19, 2019 | Reply

  2. My great grandma Mary Mae Lottie Latour..her father oliver Latour..wife Julia foster..Anna Mae besaw..bessan…Anna Mae spinner..stiles..lamendola..lamica..mothers side…deen..dean..trowell..Vinson..Hagan..Vincent..adame..Osgood..Corriere..king warner ,moore stone,spenard..foster..my DBA on ancestry list French Canadian..settlers from Quebec..northeastern.southerners..chateauguay valley..st Lawrence’s..NY& Vermont settlers..monteregie..French. Wales England.. My ggmother Mary Mae Lottie Latour. Wish to find out more about her. If you can tell me anything..thank you Teresa lamendola..


    Comment by Teresa Ramirez | January 16, 2020 | Reply

  3. Hello were there adoption records in 1901? I know it’s along shot, but I’m trying to track down my great-grand-mother’s Native American roots. The story is that she was “taken” as a baby and adopted into a quebecois family. She grew up near St-Francois.


    Comment by Natalie | March 23, 2020 | Reply

  4. I see you have identified the Faubert family surname as a possible Metis family. I have been searching for years, just on my own on several internet web sites with negative results. I tried to locate on your site more info in relaion to this, but I was unable to. I did see familial names, but I was unable to look further. If you direct me and or assist in my research, that would be so appreciated! Thank you


    Comment by Joel Faubert | June 29, 2020 | Reply

  5. My great grandmother has told stories of our family. I have searched and cant seem to find out who Louis Mailloux married. It’s been told he married a medicine mans daughter and became a Justice of the Peace. I cant find any more info on what tribe she was from or even her name. Can someone please point me in the right direction? Thank you so much! My God bless and keep you safe.
    Misty Myers


    Comment by Misty L Myers | August 29, 2020 | Reply

    • Hello Misty,
      Do you have the name of Louis Mailloux’s wife?
      Do you know where they came from? Was it from Caraquet (New Brunswick)? Or from Quebec?


      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | September 5, 2020 | Reply

      • Joseph Mailloux who was a Doctor came from France to Canada & married an Indian Medicine Mans daughter Matilda who was an Indian Maiden. They had 10 children. One of the boys was born Oct.14, 1871 in St. Joseph, Canada his name was Louis Mailloux. That is about all I know. I’m so curious to know more but dont know where to start. Thank you so much. God Bless and keep you well.


        Comment by Misty L Myers | September 7, 2020 | Reply

  6. Hello I am currently searching my family history and background .. I was told my great great grand mother was indigenous her last name was Ousella Rosaline Dellaire, married Paul St. Louis, not sure if it’s Abenaki, Algonquin,
    Blackfoot, Cree, Innu Montagnais, Inuit,
    Iroquois, Maliseet, Metis & Mixed Mi’kmaq
    Ojibway, Chippewa, Saulteaux Sioux, Dakota, Stoney, Assiniboineif someone knows of indigenous last names such as St. Louis Dallaire Lablanc (Leblanc?) Leblac (Leblanc?) and what tribe thanks


    Comment by Gerald P. McCauley | October 26, 2020 | Reply

    • Hello! Could you give an estimated date for the marriage? Or else a range of dates for the years they lived in?


      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | October 26, 2020 | Reply

      • Hi Evelyn,
        Here is what I have and the place where I got the information that matches my family



        NAME: Paul St Louis
        GENDER: Male
        EVENT TYPE: Marriage
        MARRIAGE DATE: 20/08/1883 (20 Aug 1883)
        MARRIAGE PLACE: Eganville Ontario Canada
        FATHER: Samuel St Louis
        MOTHER: Felicite Lamonde
        SPOUSE: Rosalie Delere
        Paul St Louis
        Rosalie Delere
        Samuel St Louis
        Felicite Lamonde
        Severe Delere
        Henriette Ladouceur

        NAME: Paul St Louis
        MARRIAGE DATE: 20/08/1883 (20 Aug 1883)
        MARRIAGE PLACE: Canada Eganville Ontario
        SPOUSE: Rosalie Delere
        Paul St Louis
        Rosalie Delere

        NAME: Paul St Louis
        GENDER: Male
        NATIONALITY: Canada
        MARITAL STATUS: Married
        AGE: 59
        BIRTH YEAR: 1862
        BIRTH PLACE: Ontario
        RESIDENCE DATE: 01/06/1921 (1 Jun 1921)
        HOUSE NUMBER: 147
        RESIDENCE CITY, TOWN OR VILLAGE: Township of Grattan
        RESIDENCE DISTRICT: Renfrew South
        SPOUSE’S NAME: Rose St Louis
        FATHER BIRTH PLACE: Ontario
        MOTHER BIRTH PLACE: Ontario
        CAN SPEAK FRENCH?: Yes
        RELIGION: Roman Catholic
        CAN READ?: No
        CAN WRITE?: No
        MONTHS AT SCHOOL: 00 00
        OCCUPATION: Farmer
        EMPLOYMENT TYPE: 3 Employer
        NATURE OF WORK: Own Farm B
        MUNICIPALITY: Grattan
        SUB-DISTRICT: Grattan (Township)
        CLASS OF HOUSE: Single House
        NUMBER OF ROOMS: 2
        ENUMERATOR: Arnold R. Richards
        DISTRICT DESCRIPTION: Polling Division no. 11. Comprising from the 1st Concession to the 8th Concession inclusive including North and South Ranges in the Township of Grattan; and polling Division no. 12. Comprising from the 9th concession to the 15th Concession inclusive, including North and South Ranges in the Township of Grattan. Hyndford Village, Balaclava Village, Dacre Village
        NEIGHBOURS: View others on page
        LINE NUMBER: 32
        FAMILY NUMBER: 151
        Name Age
        Paul St Louis 59
        Rose St Louis 56
        Lephelle St Louis 32
        Shairic St Louis 11


        Comment by Gerald P. McCauley | November 9, 2020 | Reply

  7. Hello.
    Is the surname Nachita an Abenaki name?
    It is the last name of a young woman who married a French immigrant (Pierre Hogue) probably near Rivière-des-Prairie in 1672.


    Comment by Bonnie | December 4, 2020 | Reply

    • Hi Bonnie,
      surname Nachita an Abenaki I don’t think I have them in my tree

      Gerald P McCauley


      Comment by Gerald P. McCauley | December 8, 2020 | Reply

      • Hi, Gerald.
        Thank you. Wliwni. For your response.
        I am a beginner, studying Abenaki online with Jesse Bruchac.
        There were/are Hoags on Grand Isle. Quakers.
        My direct Hoag ancestors (also Quakers) found their way to Easton, Washington Co. New York State. These Hoags came first to Eastern Massachusetts from England.
        I’ve only recently learned of the Hogues/Hoags/Hoagues from France who eventually found their way to Swanton, VT.
        I don’t know that this line is my ancestors or if they married Abenakis.
        I do know that the Abenaki language sings to me as though I belong to it.
        And if I do… I’d like to learn how. 😊


        Comment by Bonnie Hoag | December 9, 2020 | Reply

        • Hi Bonnie,
          It is mostly guessing, However, if you were using Ancestry you could do a search with the family names that you know are in your family You can click on on and look at it see how many other people are looking for that family You can even use the hints to see how many people have the same people as you do and their tree may be able to help you grow your tree,
          I use Ancestry all the time, I came to this site hoping to find an answer to the native side of my family but have not been lucky in that just have to keep looking



          Comment by Gerald P McCauley | December 12, 2020 | Reply

          • Thank you, Gerald!
            I will keep looking.
            Good luck to you, too.


            Comment by Bonnie Hoag | December 15, 2020

        • Hi Bonnie,
          If you want to have a look at my family tree copy and paste this in a new page


          Mary Christmas
          Stay safe


          Comment by Gerald P. McCauley | December 20, 2020 | Reply

  8. Looking for my ancestors, Robilliard (Robillard) from Maniwaki, I know of 4 children, Irene(married Budge), Victoria ( married (Stevens), Jeanette( married Brown), Oscar, and Eliza or Elizabeth ( married Mageau), any help would be very much appreciated, my grandmother was Victoria Stevens, live many years in Timmins ON. Dec March 1984 @ 83 yrs.


    Comment by Michael Chircoski | February 23, 2021 | Reply

  9. Hello i am looking for my family history and learn more about my people and culture my grandmother was from a tribe in Maniwakii Quebec and her last Madien name was Marchello or marcello i know she grew up on a tribe and she talked about it all the time . She said there was a fire when she was young at a church that held all there records so she has no records I am the grand daughter and my grandmother has passed and my mother so it is important to learn more about my history i been coming up cold . If any one has information I’d appreciate it my email is maryann vandusen@gmail.com thank you in advance .


    Comment by Maryann Vandusen | April 27, 2021 | Reply

  10. Hello I am interested in finding out about what tribe my great great grandmother might be from. Her name is Josephine Gervais that is her Madien name. I believe she was born in the Berthville area possibly Saint-Norbert around 1854. She married Cyrille St. Jean who was from Montreal. Their daughter Isabelle St. Jean who was born in the USA had done multiple interviews where she mentioned her native heritage, but made no mention of the tribe. I was hoping somebody could provide some information and a possible connection to a tribe. Thank you


    Comment by Jesse St. John | September 15, 2021 | Reply

  11. Seeking family info:
    Fulgence Roy DOB -May 16, 1830 Cacouna
    Maliseet First Nations??
    Any info you can provide


    Comment by Odette | October 14, 2021 | Reply

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