La Société des Filles du roi et soldats du Carignan, Inc.

Mission / Purpose

Thank you for your interest in our heritage organization. Our group was founded in 1994 by amateur genealogists, members and former members of the Canadian section of the Genealogy Bulletin Board on the Prodigy on-line service.
 
The purpose of La Société des Filles du roi et soldats du Carignan is to honor the memory of our courageous ancestors, the filles du roi (King's Daughters) and the soldiers of the Carignan-Salières Regiment of 17th-century New France. The society is an organization of volunteers and people interested in finding out more about their ancestors and the role they played in the development of New France and in promoting good genealogical practices. We wish to foster a sense of pride in our common French-Canadian heritage.
 
We encourage the study of the history and culture of these pioneers through the practice of sound genealogical research. 
 

La Société des Filles du roi et soldats du Carignan is a not-for-profit association.



Operating Year: November 2019 - October 2020


Officers
President: David Toupin
Vice President: Vacant
Treasurer: Bev Sherman
Genealogy Chair: Bev Sherman
Secretary: Rick Hudon
Webmaster: Susan McNelley
Certificates: Harriet Kankash
Historian: Bill Kane
 
Journal Committee
Editor: Michele Nadeau Hartmann
Co-Editor: Pamela Rawson
Desktop Publishing: Pamela Rawson
 

Notice of Annual Meeting

All members of the society are encouraged to attend our annual meetings. These are held by email each year in early December. Prior to the meeting, an email is sent to all members notifying them of the date of the meeting and how they can participate. The notice of the annual meeting is also published in the fall edition of our society’s journal.

Please feel free to send an email to our address, info@fillesduroi.org, to request being included in the mailings for the annual meeting by no later than Nov. 20th of each year.