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Fichier alphabétique des actes de l'état civil (série V.5E), 1568- 1859

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
French
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmés par la Genealogical Society of Utah, 1984-1985
64 bobines de microfilm ; 16 mm.

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Microfilmage des originaux aux Archives départementales, Paris, France.

Microfilm en 42x taux de réduction. Il faut utiliser un appareil de lecteur à haute échelle d'agrandissement.

Dans les mariages les noms entre GASS et GAZ se trouvent après le nom GIZOLMES.

Dans les décès, après le nom BIZOUARDGUILLE se trouvent d'autres BINET et BIRON.

Voir aussi: Paris (Seine). Officier de l'état civil. Reconstiution chronologique des actes de l'état civil (série V.5E), 1568-1859.

Alphabetical arrangement of cards pertaining to the reconstitution of birth, marriage, divorce and death acts recorded in Paris, France. Requires special 42x film reader.

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