Toronto Branch Research Library

UELAC Toronto Branch offers a collection that covers the American colonies from 1760 to Upper Canada, the Maritimes and Lower Canada to 1840. The CBC used our library extensively in doing research for their documentary "A history of a People".

The library contains census records, vital statistics, births, deaths, marriages, local histories and family histories. It also houses the Huguenot Society, Toronto Branch, collection of records and books.

Highlights of our Library

The American Genealogist 1932-65; 1995-
New England Historical and Genealogical Society 1847-1864; 1995-
New York Genealogical and Biographical Record 1994-
Ontario Genealogical Society 1975-
Ontario Historical Society 1901-
The Capital; The Mohawk; The Saratoga; The Columbia 1984-1992
Ontario Bureau of Archives Reports 1905-1933
Historic Kingston
Nova Scotia Genealogist
New Brunswick Marriage Registers: Westmorland Co. 1790-1856; 1857-1858 Albert Co. 1846-1887
New Brunswick Census (partial) 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881
Deaths, Burials, Probated Nova Scotia; 1800-1850
Quebec, St. Francais District: 1815-1879 Marriages, Deaths, Births
Alphabetical Index to Land Grants by the Crown in the Province of Quebec 1763-Dec.1890
Index to the Upper Canada Land Books (complete set)
Even more Palatine Families by Jones & Rohrback vol. 1-3
The Great Migration Begins Immigration to New England 1620-1633 vol 1-3
Settlers of the Beekman Patent by Doherty vol. 1-6
Compendium of Early Mohawk Valley families by Pearson
1790 Censuses of New York; Massachusetts; Vermont: Connecticut; Pennsylvania
Arthur Kelly’s transcriptions of New York State church records
The Marriage Registers of Upper Canada/Canada West, compiled by Dan Walker

Donate your Genealogical Materials

Our library started with donations by early members of our Association. We encourage our members to consider donating their genealogical materials to our library. Toronto branch also welcomes copies of your loyalist stories and family records. We must all plan for the disposition of our research and Toronto Branch would be proud to preserve and protect them for the future generations.

The Library hours are: Thursday 10:30 am – 3:30pm.
We ask that you call our office, if possible, to reserve research time.

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