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This collection contains images and indexes of guardianship records. In Québec, notaires or notaries have registered contracts since 1626, including guardianships and other probate records. Guardianship papers or tutelle et curatelle, are records about orphans and the conservation of their property. Québec notarial records are written in French. The persons involved in the contracts received the originals. The notaries kept copies. Notarial records are usually listed by the name of the notary and the dates he functioned. They are not normally indexed by the names of the persons involved in the contract. Notarial records are first sent to the judicial archives, but they are eventually deposited in the branches of the National Archive of Québec.
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- Archives Nationales du Québec. Guardianships. Archives Nationales du Québec, Canada.
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"Quebec, Quebec Judicial District, Guardianship" digital images FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org: accessed 14 March 2012), Guardianship files>1805-1806>no. 95807>image 1110 or 1118>Francois St Vincent, 1805.