Place:Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, Canada

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NameLongueuil
Alt namesJacques-Cartiersource: Family History Library Catalog
TypeCity
Coordinates45.53124°N 73.5181°W
Located inChambly, Québec, Canada     (1874 - )
Also located inMontérégie, Québec, Canada    
Contained Places
Unknown
St-Antoine-de-Pade

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General Info

  • Longueuil was a city in the historical county of Chambly.
  • It is currently located in the Administrative Region of Montérégie, Québec, Canada.[1]
  • Municipal Incorporation: 12 Feb 1874[2]

Lovell's Gazetteer (1895)

  • "LONGUEUIL, a post town in Chambly co., Que., on the south shore of the St. Lawrence opposite Montreal, on the South Shore Ry. It contains 2 churches, English and Roman Catholic, 8 stores, 7 hotels, 1 saw mill, 1 stove factory and express and telegraph offices. The Roman Catholic church is a magnificent structure. The town has a drainage system, 2 fine squares, and good facilities for communication with Montreal by train and ferry. Pop. 2757."

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  1. Source:Canada, Quebec. Répertoire Des Municipalités Du Québec
  2. 2.0 2.1 Source:Magnan, Hormisdas. Dictionnaire historique et géographique des paroisses, missions et municipalities de la province de Québec, pg. 234
  3. 3.0 3.1 Source:Bibliothèque nationale du Québec (BNQ), Digital Collections: Postcards
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