Requirements for Canadian marriage #general


Diane <dlfrankel@...>
 

Would anyone know the requirements for an American to get a copy of a marriage
certificate >from 1901 in Quebec? Is it even possible or must the person requesting
the document be a Canadian? Of course, the bride and groom are deceased.

Diane Frankel, Miami, FL (formerly Bayonne, NJ)
researching:
Barr/Borr, Feldman >from Beltz in Bessarabia/Moldova Brodkin >from Minsk Gub, Belarus
Frankel, Perksy, >from Slutsk in Minsk, Gub, Belarus
Kaplan >from Koidanov/Dhzinsk in Minsk Gub, Belarus
Pressman, Rabinowitz >from Dolhinow/Dolginovo, in Minsk Gub, Belarus
Sprotz >from Minsk, Gub, Belarus Uslan >from Uzlany, Minsk Gub, Belarus


Hilary Henkin
 

Diane,
Check the website of JGS-Montreal, at http://www.jgs-montreal.org/ . They have done
amazing work. The fourth item on the home page is "Jewish Vital Records of
Montreal/Quebec, 1841 - 1942 ", which they're indexing. They can provide you with
a copy of the record, too, and I'm sure if they haven't indexed the name you need,
they can tell you what to do.

Hilary Henkin
North Hollywood, California

Diane wrote:

Would anyone know the requirements for an American to get a copy of a marriage
certificate >from 1901 in Quebec?