MONTREAL GENWEB
RESEARCHING YOUR "ANGLO" ROOTS IN MONTREAL


From: The Quebecois Dictionary by Leandre Bergeron 1982

"ANGLO [aw-glo] adj. or m. or f. n. (abb. anglophone) Anglophone. English.
I comprends pas, c't'un Anglo. He doesn't understand, he's English."

"ANGLA [Aw-gla] adj. or m. n. (var. angalais)  1. English, Anglophone
2. Any person in Quebec who has adopted English as his everyday language, be he or she
Irish, Italian, Ukrain, Russian, German etc., but not Oriental."

"ANGLE [Awg'-le] m. n. (F:E mean)  1. Angle
2. Point of view. J'vois pas ca sous c'tangle-la. I don't see it from that angle."


The Angle chosen for this site is geared towards researching any Anglophones, Anglaphones
or Allophones in Montreal with main emphasis (for now) on Anglo-Protestants.

SOURCES THE PEOPLE WEB HELP
Churches and their Records Notable Montrealers Surname Lists - Protestant
Cemeteries Military and Roll of Honour                       - English/Irish Catholic
Books Architects and their Buildings Queries
Newspapers Old Societies and Clubs Look-ups
Census Records Sports and Pastimes Trading Post
Wills and Notaries Photos and Photographers Montreal Strays
Court Records English Schools They came to Montreal from Where?!
City Directories Old Businesses and Companies Mailing Lists
Passenger Lists and Migration Hospitals and Institutions Links
Voters Lists Streets named after Anglo-Montrealers About the GenWeb project.
Archives, Museums and Libraries Family Histories and Genealogies
Genealogy and Historical Societies Prisoners, Convicts and Jails
Maps and Geography 101 Adoption, Orphans & Home Children HISTORICAL EVENTS
20th Century Records Railways and their Employees
The Fur Traders My THANK-YOU page (please read!)
Women of Montreal

Don't think you belong here?
See But My Montreal Ancestors Weren't Anglo-Protestant! (Other Denominations)


Questions, Comments or Suggestions?
Contact
Patty Brown
coordinator of the MontréalGenWeb
Started in November 1998 - Finally on-line Dec. 31, 1999 !!