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France, Saône-et-Loire, Parish and Civil Registration, 1530-1892
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Saône-et-Loire, France
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Record Description
Record Type: Parish and Civil Registration
Collection years: 1530-1892
Languages: French
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What is in This Collection?[edit | edit source]

Parish and civil registration records from Dordogne including baptism, birth, marriage, and death records. Records include a birth year, age, event place, parent, and spouse information.

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  • Birthdate
  • Birthplace
  • Gender
  • Parent's names

Marriage

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  • Marriage date
  • Marriage place
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Death

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  • Death date
  • Death place
  • Gender
  • Birth year or age
  • Father's name
  • Mother's name
  • Spouse's name

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