Arlene Royea

Managing Director & Archivist

Arlene has been working at the Brome County Historical Society for over forty years and currently holds the title of Managing Director & Archivist. Arlene possesses a breadth of knowledge regarding historic Brome County, its foundation and the many individuals, families and businesses of the region and has a particular interest in genealogy.


Anne-Marie Charuest


Anne-Marie has been a professional archivist since 2003 and completed a master's degree in archival science from Université Laval in 2018. Passionate about history, she loves to research private archives to better understand the daily life of past generations. In 2020, she published two books highlighting her archival discoveries. The first presented old photographs of the Beloeil – Mont-Saint-Hilaire region. Alongside the renowned historian George Aubin, Anne-Marie also published the correspondence of Rosalie Dessaulles-Laframboise, owner of a part of the seigniory of St. Hyacinthe, to her son Louis from 1876 to 1905. Member of the board of directors of the Federation Histoire Quebec from 2012 to 2020, it was with great pleasure that she joined the Brome County Historical Society team in the summer of 2020.


Jeremy Reeves


Jeremy joined the BCHS in September 2018 before being named Curator in November. Before joining the Brome County Historical Society, Jeremy studied in England completing a Master's degree at the University of Cambridge. Jeremy also holds a Bachelor's degree in History & Art History from Columbia University and a Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences from l'Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris. Jeremy's curatorial and scholarly work examines a wide range of periods and themes but focuses primarily on modern military history.