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Lotbiniere County, QC Cemetery Records

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Lotbinière County, located in the province of Quebec. It was named after Michel-François Lotbinière, the first Canadian-born Governor of New France.

The county's history dates back to the 17th century when French settlers began establishing communities along the St. Lawrence River. Lotbinière County became a focal point for agriculture due to its fertile soil. The development of the seigneurial system, a land distribution system in New France, further shaped the landscape of the county. Over time, the region became known for its thriving agricultural communities, with a strong emphasis on farming and trade.

Lotbinière County cemetery records hold a wealth of historical information, providing insights into the lives of the early settlers and their descendants. These cemeteries serve as repositories of family histories, offering a glimpse into the challenges and triumphs faced by the people of the region. The gravestones often bear witness to the various waves of immigration that shaped the cultural fabric of Lotbinière County, from the French pioneers to subsequent waves of Irish and Scottish settlers.

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