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Allier is a department in central France named after the Allier River. It is one of the original departments created during the French Revolution. Allier is part of the Region of Auverne,
Allier is divided into 3 arrondissements (districts)
- Montluçon is divided into 12 cantons: Cérilly, Commentry, Domérat-Montluçon-Nord-Ouest, É. breuil, Hérisson, Huriel, Marcillat-en-Combraille, Montluçon-Est, Montluçon-Ouest, Montluçon-Sud, Montmarault
- Moulins: Bourbon-l'Archembault, Chatelle, Chevagnes, Dompierre-sur-Besbre, Lurcy-Lévis, Le Montet, Moulins-Ouest, Moulins-Sud, Neuilly-le-Réal, Saint-Pourçcain-sur-Sioule, Souvigny, Yzeure
- Vichy: Cusset-Nord, Cusset-Sud, Le Donjon, Escurolles, Gannat, Jaligny-sur-Besbre, Lapalisse, Le Mayet-de-Montagne, Varennes-sur-Allier, Vichy-Nord, Vichy-Sud
Societies and Libraries
- The Department of Allier has put many of its record online:
- Parish Registers
- Civil Registers
- 10year Indexes
- Cadastral maps
- Census from 1836-1911
83 avenue des Célestins 03200 Vichy
Family History Centers
- French Wordlist
- Archives Départementales
- Allier France Genweb
- Gazetteer for Allier
- Tout en Un, On this site you can find regional help, including a list of the notaries, records of Protestants (Huguenots), genealogical lists you can join, etc.
- Ancestry.com has the records for Allier online (Births 1560-1909, Marriages 1568-1913, Deaths 1598-1909)
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