With only 3,428 images, the index greatly under-reports the actual deaths of this time period. Since there was no civil registration in PEI before 1906, church records are the best alternative for genealogists.
Baptism indexes are available on Family and also on the PEI Archives and Public Records website.
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PEI Church Records, 1777–1985, Family Family has 22,448 browsable images of some church records.
They are arranged by community, and then by church.
Available census records for Prince Edward Island generally cover the period of 1798 to 1911.
Census records, dating back to 1728 also exist for the island when it was under French control (known as ).
For more information on these earlier records and to view transcriptions, visit the Island Register website.
The information and coverage provided by the 1798 to 1911 census returns vary from year to year.
Church Records NEHGS, Microfilm Collection (4th Floor) CS88.
P74 A53 NEHGS has pre-1900 baptisms, marriages, and burials for Anglican Church of Canada, Catholic, Church of Christ, Church of England in Canada, Church of Scotland, Free Church, Methodist, Presbyterian, and United Church of Canada churches.
Subsequent waves of Scottish immigrants, both Catholic and Protestant, and Irish and English immigrants came to the island, largely between 17.