Lac Ste Anne County is
west of Sturgeon County and the cities of Edmonton and St Albert,
in Alberta, Canada.
About Lac Ste Anne County and its Communities
Official County Map County Administration Website
Lac Ste Anne Look-ups Page Lac Ste Anne Queries
Mayerthorpe Genealogy Resource Center (MGRC)
MGRC - Lac Ste Anne Cemetery photos
MGRC - Nostalgia Page
Local Histories of Lac Ste Anne
Using Censuses Online Research
Onoway Museum: 4708 Lac Ste Anne Tr N, Onoway, AB Tel:780-967-1015
Alberta Beach Museum and Archives: Tel:780-924-2140
Lac Ste. Anne Historical Society Pioneer Museum: Rochfort Bridge, AB Tel:780-785-2674
Nearby Edmonton and St Albert contain a wealth of genealogical
resources. And don't forget local libraries.
Metis History at Lac Ste Anne
The Lac Ste Anne Mission settlement, founded in 1844, may be the oldest permanent settlement in Alberta.
(Fort Edmonton was relocated a few times.)
Father Albert Lacombe Lac Ste Anne Pilgrimage
Anyone researching Metis and Aboriginal
genealogy should check the Metis Scrip Archives
Glenbow Museum (Calgary), Heritage Museum (St Albert) and Provincial Archives of Alberta (Edmonton).
General Metis History Links
The GenWeb Projects
Alberta GenWeb Local History Book Project Alberta local history book indexes online.
Alberta GenWeb Biography Project Alberta from the point of view of the people who pioneered it.
Alberta GenWeb "Roll of Honour" Project Albertans who served in the Boer War, WWI, WWII, and the Korean War.
Alberta GenWeb Project Canada GenWeb Project World GenWeb Project
Lac Ste Anne Digital Archives
Please visit the online digital archives where you will find: Biographies, Local History Book Indexes, Cemeteries,
Community Histories, Land Records, Place Names, Obituaries, and other records as they become available
Donate your historical material
to the digital archives and assist other Lac Ste Anne County
Help the archivist!!
Please report any website problems or items of
Bill Buchanan, Lac Ste Anne County Genweb Coordinator