Contrats de Mariages, Notaires de Montreal, 1642 - 1840, Volume 3
Contrats de Mariage Regions of Montréal, Joliette and Trois-Rivieres, (1642-1840). Montreal, or Montréal in French, is the second-largest city in Canada and the largest city in the province of Quebec. Originally called Ville-Marie (literally 'City-Mary', translated 'Mary's City' or 'City of Mary'), the city had come to be known as Montréal by the end of the 17th century, a name derived from the French Mont Royal ("Mount Royal"), the name of the three-head hill at the heart of the city. Joliette is a regional county municipality in southwest-central Quebec, Canada. The regional county seat is Joliette. The municipality has a land area of 416.285 km² (160.73 sq mi) and a 2006 census population of 58,354 inhabitants. Trois-Rivières is a city in the Mauricie region of Quebec, Canada, located along the densely populated Quebec City-Windsor Corridor at the confluence of the Saint-Maurice and Saint Lawrence rivers. It was founded in 1634, the second permanent settlement in New France. The current city was created in 2002 from the amalgamation of six towns and municipalities.
Société de Généalogie de Lanaudière. (1993). Contrats de Mariages Notaires de Montréal 1642-1840. Joliette: Société de Généalogie de Lanaudière. From the Quintin Publications Collection.