Project: Filles du Roi
Welcome to the Filles du Roi Project - WikiTree's Project to create biographies and genealogies for the approximately 750 French women who emigrated to New France (Canada) between 1663 and 1673 as The King's Daughters, wards of France who would become wives of the men settling New France.
How To Join
To join the project, send a message to Erin Breen, the Project Leader, so she can add the badge to your profile.
Once you are a member, be sure to add the Filles du Roi tag to your G2G feed for updates on what we need help with and updates about our progress.
How To Help
You can check our administration tags for profiles that need a bit of extra research or attention - Filles du Roi who need biographies, profiles that need sources, and profiles in need of cleanup. When you are finished, remove the category tag from the profile.
For Filles du Roi who don't have profiles yet, check one of our lists of Filles du Roi to see who is unlinked. After you add a profile, please input her information into the table, and contact Erin to have the profile project protected.
Our members and what they are working on:
- Robert Blais - regularly visits the archives in Montreal, willing to do vital statistics look ups.
- Erin Breen - general administration of the project
- Helmut Jungschaffer - cross-checking entries for completeness using René Jetté, Dictionnaire généalogique des familles du Québec, 1983, Les Presses de l'Université de Montréal as reference.
- Louise St-Amour - doing research using the PRDH.
- Marie Svedahl - working on cleanup and biographies on her adopted profiles.
- Gaston Tardif - manager of many filles du roi profiles, working on biographies as time allows.
- Mike Lavigne - working on profiles in need of cleanup.
- Yvette Bergeron Profile manager of many fille du roi profiles, I am directly related to 14 fill du roi grandmothers and am working on research and their biographies as time permits.
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Our Lists of Filles du Roi
Here are our lists of Filles du Roi and their profiles:
- Surnames D-F coming soon!
- Surnames L-O coming soon!
Thank you to Donna Storz for compiling this list of resources:
1. La Société des Filles du roi et soldats du Carignan Provides a list of the 770 King's Daughters as well as Soldiers of Carignan Marrying Filles du Roi. Marriage dates are provided.
2. American French Genealogical Society provides a pdf containing only the names of the King's Daughters.
3. Jocelyne Nicol-Quillivic, along with Gerald Menard, Bernard Quillivic, and Marguerite Lafontaine provide the following alphabetic lists and images
- 700 Filles du Roy Detailed information including parents, marriages, ship of transport, children, etc.
- Actes de Mariage des Filles du Roy Includes an image of the marriage record and details such as witnesses, officiant, parents, etc.
- Compagnies et soldats du Régiment Carignan-Salière Names, titles, and functions of some of the staff and soldiers along with a recap of relevant marriage information.
The Filles a Marier came to North America before the Fille du Roi, and may be of interest:
- Les Filles à marier Detailed information including parents, marriages, children, etc.
- Actes de Mariage des Filles à marier Includes an image of the marriage record and details such as witnesses, officiant, parents, etc.
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