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Belgium, Liège, Liège (Arrondissement), Pièces de mariage, 1807-1912

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French
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2008-2011

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Digital images of originals housed at Archives de 'Archives de l'Etat à Liège

Marriage supplement records arranged alphabetically by the cities and towns within the District of Liège, Belgium. The records are listed in two groups: 1) Early Years to about 1859 and 2) 1860 to about 1902. A few places have records that are later than 1902. Includes records for Bassenge (Bitsingen), Eben-Emael, and Wonck which were in the province of Limburg until 1963, when they were transferred to Liège province. Indexes to these records can be found under the subject heading "Belgium, Liège, Liège (Arrondissement) - Civil registration - Indexes" for the title "Tables décennales, 1802-1910."

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