This will be a compilation of suggested websites by country. If you would like to send me links, I will review them and add them as I can. If you have questions about how to navigate any of these sites, please feel free to send me a message.
- Fichier Origine: A well-researched list of immigrants to New France and Canada containing personal and family information. Includes information about Filles du Roi, Soldiers of Montcalm and the Carignan-Salieres Regiment, as well as a list of acronyms used in Canadian Genealogy. (Language: French)
- Jette: This more modern book is not available in digital versions, but at many historical/genealogical libraries (including Hartford). This website includes English definitions for French genealogical terminology. (Language: English)
- PRDH: This website, run by the University of Montreal, now contains information up to 1849. Free access provides dates and locations for baptisms, marriages and burials in Quebec parishes. Includes information about Pioneers and Filles du Roi. Extremely accurate and thorough. (Languages: English or French)
- Tanguay: A set of books (now digitized and available through this link and through Ancestry) titled: Dictionnaire généalogique des familles canadiennes. Written in the 1800s, it definitely contains errors, but is a good way to start or expand French family ancestry. (Language: French)
- French Genealogy Online: A ThoughtCo. reference site that includes links to resources from many areas of France. (Language: English)
- German Genealogy Online: A ThoughtCo. reference site that includes links to resources from many areas of Germany. (Language: English)
- Irish Genealogy Online: A ThoughtCo. reference site that includes links to a variety of resources from many areas of Ireland. (Language: English)
- Italian Registries Online: The Ministry of Cultural Activities has some local registries and general information about researching your genealogy in Italy. (Language: English)
- Jewish Genealogy Online: A ThoughtCo. reference site that includes records from Poland and Eastern Europe, as well as a link to the Worldwide Burial Registry.