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The Edmonton Branch Research Services Committee will undertake limited genealogical research of Alberta sources. Queries may be e-mailed or mailed to:

Edmonton Branch AGS
#162, 14315 - 118 Avenue
Edmonton, AB
T5L 4S6

Research Resources

Alberta Birth Marriage & Death Registrations 1870 - 1905
Original registrations for this period of time are located at the Provincial Archives of Alberta (PAA). An 'every name' index of the original registrations held at the PAA has been published. All details transcribed from these registrations are held on index cards at our library.

1901 Census - Alberta District # 202
An 'every name' index for this district has been indexed by AGS Edmonton Branch. Details from the actual census film will be provided. The index is available by clicking here.

1901 Census - Indian Agencies (Alberta District), Unorganized Territories (Athabasca Region), Alberta District, West Assiniboia, Saskatchewan, East Assiniboia
An 'every name' data base for these districts is complete and details from the actual census film will be provided.

Charles D Denney Research Papers
Our library holds a photocopy of the original collection housed at the Glenbow Museum. The collection contains information about the Selkirk settlers, Metis and fur trading families of western Canada.

Alberta Genealogical Society "Master Surname" Database:
This database of over 800,000 names, consists mainly of Alberta cemetery burials. Other sources include local history, church and newspaper indexes. Details can be found at: http://abgensoc.ca/nameindex.html.

Edmonton Journal Clippings File (1972 - 1981)
Notices of births, engagements, marriages, obituaries, memorials, legal notices etc. were extracted from the Edmonton Journal and are on an alphabetical card file.

Local histories
Family histories
Newspapers (Alberta)
Alberta Homestead Application Files
Alberta Probates and Divorces

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