The Departmental Archives of the Rhône (FR: Archives départementales de la Rhône) is the official archive for Department 69 in France.
France divides the country into numbered administrative regions, called departments. Department 69 is named after the Rhône River. This site is free to search.
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Birth, Marriage, and Death Records
- Church & Civil Registers, 1527-1936, years vary by Town/Commune, Baptism, Birth, Marriage, and Death or Burial records by Town/Commune
- Decadal Tables, ten-year table of births, marriages, & deaths
- Assisted Children, State Dwelling Registers, 1848-1947
- Tables of Estates and Absences, 1790-1967, deaths, wills, heirs, etc.
- Cadastre (Napoleonic), 1808-1838, some since 1967
- Census records, 1836-1936, every 5 years
- Mortgages, Lyon and Villefranches Conservations (1800-1955)
- Church Inventories, Lyon, 1361-1789
- Government & Legal, Notarial Deeds, Control of Acts, 1693-1790
- Ordinary News [Lyon] December 3, 1678
- Gazette [Lyon] July 8, 1747
- Public salvation 1848 – 1944
- Prison Records, Montluc, 1942-1944
The Departmental Archives of the Rhône is part of the Rhône-Alpes Region of France.
[su_heading size=”18″]Departments in the Rhône-Alpes Region[/su_heading]
- Department 01 – Department Ain
- Department 07 – Department Ardèche
- Department 26 – Department Drôme
- Department 38 – Department Isère
- Department 42 – Department Loire
- Department 69 – Department Rhône
- Department 73 – Department Savoy
- Department 74 – Department Haute Savoie
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Monday – Friday: 8:30 am – 5 pm
Thursdays till 6 pm except on school holidays[/su_service]