Aube, France Genealogy

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Prefecture

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History

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

Historic Province

Boundary Changes

Record Loss

Places/Localities

The department Aube is divided into 3 arrondissements and 33 cantons:

Arrondissement de Bar-sur-Aube: canton de Bar-sur-Aube - canton de Brienne-le-Château - canton de Chavanges - canton de Soulaines-Dhuys - canton de Vendeuvre-sur-Barse   

Aarrondissement de Nogent-sur-Seine: canton de Marcilly-le-Hayer - canton de Méry-sur-Seine - canton de Nogent-sur-Seine - canton de Romilly-sur-Seine-1 - canton de Romilly-sur-Seine-2 - canton de Villenauxe-la-Grande
Arrondissement de Troyes: canton d'Aix-en-Othe - canton d'Arcis-sur-Aube - canton de Bar-sur-Seine - canton de Bouilly - canton de Chaource - canton de la Chapelle-Saint-Luc - canton d'Ervy-le-Châtel - canton d'Essoyes - canton d'Estissac - canton de Lusigny-sur-Barse - canton de Mussy-sur-Seine - canton de Piney - canton de Ramerupt - canton des Riceys - canton de Sainte-Savine - canton de Troyes-1 - canton de Troyes-2 - canton de Troyes-3 - canton de Troyes-4 - canton de Troyes-5 - canton de Troyes-6 - canton de Troyes-7

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Census

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Land

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