vendredi 7 septembre 2007

L’état des registres de l’état civil

Pour connaître l’état d’une partie des registres de l’état civil du Québec, l’instrument à consulter est l’ouvrage suivant :

Pauline Bélanger et Yves Landry
Inventaire des registres paroissiaux catholiques du Québec 1621-1876
Montréal, Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 1990, 353 p.
Commentaires :

- il s’agit d’un inventaire analytique des registres de chacune des paroisses effectué de manière systématique et exhaustive;
- il renseigne notamment sur le respect de la réglementation relative à la tenue des registres;
- cet ouvrage constitue un des produits dérivés du Programme de recherche en démographie historique (PRDH);
- des exemples d’informations disponibles : absence de pagination ou de pages; actes mélangés ou inscrits dans une autre paroisse; présence et nature d’index et leur extension généalogique; dates extrêmes des actes; variations du nom de la paroisse; inversion des feuillets; discontinuité des feuillets…;
- un ouvrage à consulter lorsque l’on ne retrouve pas un acte en particulier pour la période couverte.
Il est à souhaiter pouvoir un jour disposer d’un ouvrage analogue pour les registres plus récents et ceux des paroisses ou communautés autres que catholiques.

[Summary :

The tool to use to consult to know the state of the Church Records for catholic parishes in Quebec.]

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