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Getting started with Aube research

Aube is a department in the northeastern part of France named after the River Aube. It was created in part from the former province of Champagne in 1790. The archive of the department of Aube has put some of its records online:

  • Some Civil Records
  • 10 year Indexes (1792-1882)
  • Conscription Lists
  • Succession Lists
  • Census Records from 1820-1931


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