By Jacques Gagné

A département in the Paris region.

Oldest notarial act is dated 1496

Total number of pages digitized among the civil and parish registers; 3,922,550

Archives en ligne – Online searches

Registres paroissiaux ou d’état civil numérisés – Various parish and civil registers digitized

• 11,033 Registres paroissiaux ou d’état civil sont en ligne – 11,033 different Parish or Civil Registers are presently online (Parishes, communes)
286 Tables décennales – Various indexes by commune of marriages, births, deaths by ten-year periods from 1793-1902

• A total of 3,922,550 pages were digitized among the Registres paroissiaux (parish registers) or État civil (civil registers) or tables décennales (indicees in ten-year periods of civil registers from 1793-1902)

Recensements de population 1836-1982 – Registres de listes; 244,086 pages consultables en ligne – Family Census from 1836 to 1982 – From various communes (village, town, township, city), 244,086 pages presently online

Tables de successions et absences 1814-1907 – Dès 1791 Actes notariés – Tables spécifiques des décès – Starting in 1791, notaries in France began the process of identifying the deaths of many of its citizens in regard to the holdings they had left behind to family members and others – In this département the fonds in question cover the period of 1814-1907

Documents et Territoires – Plan du Cadastre napoléonien 1808-1930 – Plans numérisés – Cadastre-général – Parcellaire dit “Napoléonien” – Chaque commune est arpentée, cartographiée – Land ownership (land survey) from 1808-1930, all communes (village, town, township, city) were surveyed and mapped-out

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