| Newfoundland and Labrador Online Databases |
These are genealogy links to Newfoundland and Labrador Province online databases to assist in researching your family history. This Online Collection has links to online databases and indexes that may include birth records, marriage records, death records, biographies, cemeteries, censuses, histories, immigration records, land records, maps, military records, native races, newspapers, obituaries, or probate records.
| Vital Records Births
Births, Marriages, and Deaths
Church Records and Histories
- Newfoundland's Grand Banks Census - starting as early as 1675 Free!
- Canada Census, 1851 Index. Free!
- 1851 Census of Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia ($) Index and Images.
- 1861 Census of Canada ($) Index and Images.
- Canada Census Mortality Schedules, 1871 Index. Free!
- 1871 Census of Canada ($) Index and Images.
- Canada Census, 1871 Index only - images to come soon. Free!
- Canada Census, 1881 Index only - images to come soon. English et Francais. Free!
- 1881 Census of Canada ($) Index and Images.
- Canada Census, 1891 Index only. (Part of Northwest Territories) Free!
- 1891 Census of Canada ($) Index and Images.
- Canada Census, 1901 Index only. Free!
- 1901 Census of Canada ($) Index and Images.
- Canada Census, 1911 Index only. Free!
- 1911 Census of Canada ($) Index and Images.
- 1921 Census of Canada ($) Index and Images.
Military Records World War I
World War II
Other Military Records
- A Concise History and Description of Newfoundland: Being a Key to the Chart of the Island Free!
- Labrador: Its Discovery, Exploration, and Development ($)
- A History of Newfoundland: From the English, Colonial, and Foreign Records ($)
- A History of the Island of Newfoundland: Containing a Description of the Island, the Banks, the Fisheries, and Trade of Newfoundland, and the Coast of Labrador ($)
- A History Of The Island Of Newfoundland ($)
- A Concise History And Description Of Newfoundland: Being A Key To The Chart Of The Island Just Published ($)
- Capt. John Mason, the founder of New Hampshire: including his tract on Newfoundland, 1620 ($)