CANADA: Quebec

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Land Petitions of Lower Canada, 1764- 1841

Early French Settlements

Population of Quebec

  • 1620 =  60 persons
  • 1622   32 persons
  • 1628   76 persons
  •  1629  117 persons

Population of Lower Canada for 1822= 427,465 persons

Census 1825 – Lower Canada

  • James Gillespie, residence St Georges, Bedford, Quebec
  • Robert Gillespie residence St Francois Nouvelle Beauce, Dorchester, Quebec, Canada

Census 1831 – Lower Canada

  • John Gillespie, residence Melbourne, Sherbrooke, Quebec
  • Rob Gillespie, residence St Francois, Beauce, Quebec
  • Robt Gillespie, residence St Francois, Beauce, Quebec
  • Robt Gillespie, residence Lower Town, Quebec, Quebec

Census 1842 – Lower Canada

  • C Gillespie, residence Milton, Shefford, Quebec – [Note: Was he Charles Gillespie, a postmaster in 1861 listed at that address]
  • Saml Gillespie – residence Montreal, Montreal, Quebec
  • William Gillespie, residence Chatham, Deux-Montagnes, Quebec
  • Willm Gillespie, residence Montreal, Montreal, Quebec

Census 1852 – Canada East  23 records

Plan of the premises belonging to James Gillespie situated on the Cap Rouge Road,1854 .

Census 1861 Quebec – 75 Gillespie records

Plan of the St Lawrence, town of Lévis, showing beach lot and four deep water lots at Glenburnie cove applied for by Sara Williams Gillespie, wife of Richard M. Harrison 1864 

Census 1871 Quebec – 47 Gillespie records

Census 1881 Quebec – 62 Gillespie records

Census 1891 Quebec – 56 Gillespie records

Census 1901 Quebec – 86 Gillespie records

Census 1911 Quebec – 82 Gillespie records

 

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Family Histories of Quebec

Family History of John Gillespie & Sarah Woods from Ireland

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