France, Auvergne, Family Genealogies by Colonel Etienne de Bellaigue de Bughas (FamilySearch Historical Records)
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France, Auvergne, Family Genealogies by Colonel Etienne de Bellaigue de Bughas, 1400-1900
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|Title in the Language:||France, Auvergne (région), Table des familles D'Auvergne etudiées par le Colonel Etienne de Bellaigue de Bughas, 1400-1900|
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This collection will include records from 1400-1900. A collection of genealogical information on the Bellaigue and related families principally from the region of Auvergne (France). Contains indexes, genealogical tables and source materials. Information begins as early as the 1400's and usually gives christening, marriage, and death information.
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- "France, Auvergne, Généalogies familiales par Colonel Etienne de Bellaigue de Bughas, 1400-1900." Images. FamilySearch. http://FamilySearch.org : 14 June 2016. Colonel Etienne de Bellaigue de Bughas. Department Archives, Versailles.
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