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From: Jean-Paul Hubert <>
Subject: Re: [QUEBEC] Argenteuil
Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2002 08:45:28 +0100
To see an actuial map of Quebec with both the Harrington Township (Canton)
and Argenteuil on it:
- Go to http://www.toponymie.gouv.qc.ca/topos.htm
- Do successive seaches on each of those names
- After having written the name and clickesd on "rechercher" (serach), a
list of names will appear. Those in blue with a star right after them, if
clikced, will link you to a map whetre the same name will appear in red
letters inside a little red square
- Successive clicks on those red letter will produce another map and zoom
you ever closer to the town, mucicipality, township.
In ther case of Harrington, you woill se that both a Harrington
"municipality" and an Harrington "canton" (township) are thes "starred". In
the case of Argenteuil, the onle your are lopoking for is the second entry
from the top.
I hope that helps.
I have pound two churches for Harington: Notre-Dame-de-la-Victopire (Cath.)
and a Presbyterian one
At 22:31 2002-01-18 -0700, Lynn & Dave Campbell wrote:
>I'm new to this list and trying to find some Beaton ancestors who came
>from Inverness in about 1850 and settled in Argenteuil, PQ, - at Lost
>River in Harrington Township to be more exact.
>Can anyone please tell me exactly where these places are in the context
>of today's names and where I might go for birth/death/marriage records.
>Thanks in advance.
> Lynn Campbell
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