Searchable Indexes

These indexes can be searched to provide clarification and direction for your family history research.


TONI (The Ontario Name Index) – database containing more than 12 million names referenced directly to records of individuals from across Ontario selected by name and clarifying their type of genealogical record, date and location of the reference as maintained by Ontario Ancestors/OGS


FIND-IT – database containing approximately 1.5 million names referenced directly to individuals transcribed from original documents in the Quinte Branch Reference Library


LIBRARY CATALOGUE – database containing more than 2300 titles referenced directly from original documents in the Quinte Branch Reference Library


SURNAME INTEREST LIST – database containing more than 4500 surnames and related researchers to contact through the Quinte Branch SIL Coordinator in order to facilitate family history research


HASTINGS COUNTY DIRECTORY: 1860 – database containing over 8700 individuals, businesses and community organizations existing in Hastings County in 1860. The full database located in the “Members Only” section of the website includes additional information on occupations, farms, residences, businesses, products and community involvement. A digital copy of the original Hastings County Directory of 1860 is located in the “digital holdings” of the Quinte Branch Research Library in the Quinte West Public Library in Trenton.


ST. THOMAS’ CHURCH BURIALS (1821-1874) – database containing more than 1600 burials conducted by clergy associated with St. Thomas’ Anglican Church in Belleville for the years 1821 to 1874 inclusive. The full database is located in the “Members Only” section of the website. A copy of the original St. Thomas’ Church burial records is located in the Quinte Branch Research Library in the Quinte West Public Library in Trenton.


COUNTY ATLAS PROJECT – database containing more than 15000 names referenced directly to individuals who lived in Hastings, Prince Edward and Northumberland Counties between 1874 and 1881 providing their county, township, concession and lot information as transcribed from the Canadian County Atlas Digital Project based at McGill University

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