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Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, France
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Location of Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, France
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Record Description
Record Type: Church Records
Collection years: 1539-1793
Languages: French
Title in the Language: France, Haute-Garonne, Toulouse, Registres Paroissiaux, 1539-1793
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Archives municipales de Toulouse


What is in This Collection?[edit | edit source]

This collection will include records from 1539-1793. These church records (registres paroissiaux) will include baptisms, marriages, and burials from the Municipal Archives of Toulouse (Archives municipales de Toulouse). Also included are marriage banns (bans de mariages), which are a public posting of the upcoming marriage in the parish(es) of the bride and groom to allow individuals to voice potential marriage impediments.

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Baptismal

  • Date and Place of Baptism
  • Given Name of Child
  • Date and Place of Birth
  • Parents' Names and Occupation of Father
  • Legitimacy of Child and Parents
  • Names of Godparents

Marriage

  • Name of Bride
  • Name of Groom
  • Date and Place of Marriage
  • Groom's Age, Marital Status, Occupation and Residence
  • Names of Groom's Parents, including Maiden Name of Mother
  • Bride's Age, Marital Status, Occupation and Residence
  • Names of Bride's Parents, including Maiden Name of Mother
  • Birthplaces of Bride and Groom
  • Date of the Marriage
  • Witnesses' Names, Age and Occupation

Death

  • Date and Place of Death and Burial
  • Name and Age of Deceased
  • Cause of Death
  • Father of Deceased and his Occupation
  • Date and Birthplace of Deceased
  • Marital Status of Deceased
  • If Married, the Name of the Spouse

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