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The Family History Library has copies of some Protestant cemetery records from Québec, especially for areas settled by English-speaking people. These areas include Argenteuil County and the Eastern Townships. Since Catholic church records of burials are extensive and detailed, very few Catholic cemetery records have been published. A major exception is the sexton records for the cathedral church Notre-Dame de Hull, 1890–1940, in:
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The Family History Library has copies of some Protestant cemetery records from [[Portal:Quebec|Québec]], especially for areas settled by English-speaking people. These areas include Argenteuil County and the Eastern Townships. Since Catholic church records of burials are extensive and detailed, very few Catholic cemetery records have been published. A major exception is the sexton records for the cathedral church Notre-Dame de Hull, 1890–1940, in:  
  
Cimetière Notre-Dame de Hull (Cemetery of Notre-Dame de Hull). Four Volumes in Five. Vanier, Ontario, Canada: Albert Quesnel, [1984?]. (FHL Q book 971.4221/H1 V39c; film 1698133 items 1–5.) Text in French. Indexed.
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Cimetière Notre-Dame de Hull (Cemetery of Notre-Dame de Hull). Four Volumes in Five. Vanier, Ontario, Canada: Albert Quesnel, [1984?]. (FHL Q book 971.4221/H1 V39c; film 1698133 items 1–5.) Text in French. Indexed.<br>
 
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The Family History Library has copies of some Protestant cemetery records from Québec, especially for areas settled by English-speaking people. These areas include Argenteuil County and the Eastern Townships. Since Catholic church records of burials are extensive and detailed, very few Catholic cemetery records have been published. A major exception is the sexton records for the cathedral church Notre-Dame de Hull, 1890–1940, in:

Cimetière Notre-Dame de Hull (Cemetery of Notre-Dame de Hull). Four Volumes in Five. Vanier, Ontario, Canada: Albert Quesnel, [1984?]. (FHL Q book 971.4221/H1 V39c; film 1698133 items 1–5.) Text in French. Indexed.