France, Côtes-d'Armor, Census, 1906 - FamilySearch Historical Records
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France, Côtes-d'Armor, Census, 1906
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|Title in the Language:||France, Côtes-d'Armor, recensement de la population, 1906|
|Archives départementales des Côtes d'Armor|
- 1 What is in This Collection?
- 2 What Can These Records Tell Me?
- 3 How Do I Search This Collection?
- 4 What Do I Do Next?
- 5 Citing This Collection
What is in This Collection?
This collection consists of population censuses (recensement de la population) from the department of Côtes-d'Armor in the region of Brittany for the year 1906. Availability of records may vary by year and locality.
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What Can These Records Tell Me?
The following information may be found in these records:
- Address, including city, street, and house number
- Number of households in the same house
- Number of individuals in the household
- Surname and given names of individuals in the household
- Genders and ages of individuals in the household
- Occupations of individuals in the household
- Nationality of family
How Do I Search This Collection?
Before beginning a search in these records, it is best to know the full name of the individual in question, as well as an approximate time range for the desired record. When entered into the search engine on the Collection Page, this information provides the quickest, most reliable path to finding the correct person. Of course, other information can be substituted as necessary.
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How Do I Analyze the Results?
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What Do I Do Next?
I Found the Person I Was Looking For, What Now?
- Make sure to fully transcribe and cite the record entry for future reference; see below for assistance in citing this collection
- Use the information which has been discovered to find more. For instance, use the age listed in the record to estimate a year of birth, if that is yet undetermined
- Continue to search the index to identify additional entries for children, siblings, parents, and other relatives
I Can’t Find the Person I’m Looking For, What Now?
- Consult the France Record Finder to find other records
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- Check for variants of given names, surnames, and place names. Transcription errors could occur in any handwritten record; also, it was not uncommon for an individual be listed under a nickname or an abbreviation of their name, especially in church records
- Vary the search terms. For example, search by either the given name or surname to return broader list of possible candidates which can then be examined for matches
- Search the records of nearby localities. While it was uncommon for an individual in this period to move more than about 20 miles from their place of birth, smaller relocations were not uncommon
- Look at the actual image of the record to verify the information found in the online description, if possible
The following articles will help you in your research for your family in France.
Citing This Collection
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The citation for this collection can be found on the Collection Details Page in the section Citing this Collection.
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