Research ServicesThe Edmonton Branch Research Services Committee will undertake limited genealogical research of Alberta sources.
Queries may be mailed to: Edmonton Branch AGS, #162, 14315 - 118 Avenue, Edmonton, AB T5L 4S6 or by e-mail.
Databases / IndexesAlberta Genealogical Society Cemetery Database
This database of over 800,000 names, consists mainly of Alberta cemetery burials.
Edmonton Journal Obituaries 1950-1982
Search an index compiled by the Edmonton Public Library to locate the date on which an obituary was published in the Edmonton Journal. Note that our index coverage is from January 1950 to December 1982.
Alberta Genealogical Society Library Catalogue - Online Search
The Society maintains a lending library of genealogical handbooks, reference books, family and local histories, genealogical periodicals, and publications from other similar societies worldwide.
1901 Census - Alberta and Saskatchewan (Districts 202-206)
An 'every name' index for this district has been indexed by AGS Edmonton Branch. Details from the actual census film are provided.
Alberta Homestead Records
The Alberta Genealogical Society created an all name index to help locate Alberta homestead files. Search the database by name or land location to find a microfilm and file number. The files can then be copied from microfilm held at the Provincial Archives of Alberta (PAA) in Edmonton or copies ordered from the Alberta Genealogical Society.
Alberta Probate Indexes
Alberta Probate/Surrogate Court records housed at the Provincial Archives of Alberta (PAA) are being indexed by PAA and Edmonton Branch, AGS volunteers. This is an ongoing project and more indexes will be made available as each court accession is completed.
More Library Resources
Alberta Birth Marriage and Death Registrations 1870 - 1905
1901 Census - Indian Agencies (Alberta District), Unorganized Territories (Athabasca Region), Alberta District, West Assiniboia, Saskatchewan, East Assiniboia
Charles D Denney Research Papers
Edmonton Journal Clippings File (1972 - 1981)
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