France, Auvergne, Family Genealogies by Colonel Etienne de Bellaigue de Bughas, 1400-1900 is a free collection at FamilySearch with browsable images for Bellaigue family and related family genealogies including birth, marriage, and death records.

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The records in the images are written in French. FamilySearch provides French language helps to read the handwritten records in the images.


[su_heading size=”18″]What Can I Learn from these French Genealogies?[/su_heading]

These records may include:

  • Name of Person
  • Birth date
  • Birth place
  • Marriage date
  • Spouse’s name
  • Names of children
  • Death date of Person

[su_heading size=”18″]What Can I Do with French Birth, Marriage, and Death Records?[/su_heading]

If you find someone in these French church records you can:

  • Search the collection for every family member
  • Record all information for each member of the family
  • Look for District Probate/Notarial records for each person (these may confirm information about the birth, marriage, and death of an individual and may identify all the members of a family).
  • Look for District military records in places where a person lived (these will give the date and place of officers in the army and may have the name of the father and his occupation; these records may also confirm or provide marriage and death information).






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