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Message  Josée le Jeu 27 Nov 2008, 9:54 am

Bonjour à tous,

Francegenweb est mon site de préférence sur les archives en ligne en France :
http://www.francegenweb.org

Pour voir les archives en ligne :
Archives GenWeb
http://francegenweb.org/~archives/archivesgenweb/?id=adfrance#71

Pour voir la carte de archives départementales en ligne :
http://www.francegenweb.org/~archives/archivesgenweb/?id=carte
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Archives BMS en ligne et carte de France des archives en ligne

Message  Dannie Tournesol le Sam 06 Déc 2008, 3:59 pm

Merci Josée pour ta suggestion du site Francegenweb. Comme tu disais, c'est trente sites en un seul ! J'aime bien consulter ces autres sites sur les archives en ligne en France :

Geneanet
Nouveautés :
Onglet Communauté :
http://blog.geneanet.org/index.php/category/archives_en_ligne

Archives BMS en ligne : Onglet Archives :
http://www.geneanet.org/premiers_pas/archives.php

Tableau récapitulatif déc. 2010 :
http://fr.geneawiki.com/index.php/D%C3%A9tail_des_archives_num%C3%A9ris%C3%A9es

Carte de France des archives en ligne
http://www.geneawiki.com/index.php/Archives_en_ligne#Archives_d%C3%A9partementales > [voir carte dans le bas de la page].

Liste des archives disponibles par département :
http://fr.geneawiki.com/index.php/D%C3%A9tail_des_archives_num%C3%A9ris%C3%A9es

Archives par département et par type de documents:
http://www.archivesdefrance.culture.gouv.fr/ressources/en-ligne/acces-par-type-de-documents/


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La Somme et les Vosges sont en ligne 2010-02-05

Message  Dannie le Ven 05 Fév 2010, 9:52 pm

Bonjour,
Message reçu de Denise :
Les départements de la Somme et des Vosges sont en ligne :
http://www.francegenweb.org/~archives/archivesgenweb/?id=adfrance#80
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Archives Indre-et-Loire en ligne en totalité

Message  Dannie le Mar 30 Mar 2010, 2:31 pm

Bonjour,
Les archives d'Indre-et-Loire sont en ligne en totalité :

http://cg37.oxyd.net
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Archives municipales en ligne de la ville de Grenoble

Message  Dannie le Dim 02 Mai 2010, 10:37 pm

Bonjour,

Archives municipales en ligne de la ville de Grenoble :

Grenoble.fr, site officiel · Archives municipales, Ensemble de fonds, Généalogie, Documents figurés, Permis de construire, Délibérations et arrêtés ...

http://archives.grenoble.fr/site/index.html consulté 2010-05-02
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Archives en ligne de la Gironde = problème ?

Message  Dannie le Lun 03 Mai 2010, 12:14 am

Bonjour,

Réf. : Archives départementales Gironde :
http://archives.cg33.fr/default.asp

J'essaie de trouver un acte b dans Cadillac, paroisse St-Martin, pour l'année 1739. Il semble manquer le début des années 1700.

Ensuite, dans les années 1740 -1760, le registre qu'on nous montre est plutôt celui des années 1760.
Suis-je dans les patates ?
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France - Archives en ligne au 12 oct. 2010

Message  Dannie le Mar 26 Oct 2010, 11:05 pm

Bonjour, voici des renseignements sur les archives en ligne en France en 2010. Les départements sont classés en ordre numérique de département. Source anglophone malheureusement.

Websites of the Departmental Archives

* (01) Ain
Capital: Bourg-en-Bresse. Archives Numériques Départementales de l'Ain. Online: parish registers, civil registers, censuses. Wonderfully they also have put up the Tables de Succession, (lists of those who died and whether or not they left a will) and the Matricules, (military recruitment documents) for some communes. Excellent!

* (02) Aisne
The capital is Laon. NEW! On a very nice site that works well: parish and civil registrations, land records and maps, and many images of historical and genealogical value. There is a nice section on genealogy to help one get started. Additionally, it is possible via a different search page to see all documentation relating to a particular commune.

* (03) Allier
Capital : Moulins This link is to the main site. The archives are not yet on line. Bucking the trend, the administration seems to have no interest in putting records online any time soon.

* (04) Alpes-de-Haute-Provence
Capital: Digne-les-Bains Online: parish and civil registers, annual indices, ten-year indices, censuses, land records.

* (05) Hautes-Alpes
Capital: Gap. Online: parish and civil registers, marriage banns, ten-year indices.

* (06) Alpes-Maritimes - GeneaWiki
Capital: Nice. Currently, their link does not work, so here is the Geneawiki link temporarily.

* (07) Ardèche
Capital: Privas. Online: parish and civil registers, ten-year indices, land records. Additionally, the articles from the Encyclopédie by local historian Albin Mazon.

* (08) Ardennes
Capital: Charleville-Mézières. Online: the ten-year indices are now online, with a list of all communes, and land records. They do NOT participate in the microfilm exchange programme.

* (09) Ariège
Capital: Foix. Currently not online.

* (10) Aube
Capital: Troyes. Online: ten-year indices, post cards of various towns and villages, land records.

* (11) Aude
Capital: Carcassonne. No records online yet.

* (12) Aveyron
Capital: Rodez. This page gives a description of services. Nothing is online yet, but the civil registers may be online soon.

* (13) Bouches-du-Rhône
Capital: Marseille. Online: parish and civil registers, land records, censuses from 1836-1931, old post cards. This site seems to be having some trouble at the moment, but it is normally one of the best.

* (14) Calvados
Capital: Caen. DIRE! DIRE! DIRE news: all of the parish and civil records and the ten-year indices and annual indices have just been put online BUT there is a charge to see them. It is not much, but it still is there and we consider this to be very bad form. The site has left some interesting pictures of the Normandy invasion free to view.

* (15) Cantal
Capital: Aurillac. Online: parish and civil registers.

* (16) Charente
Capital: Angoulême. Online: land records, teachers' notebooks, church inventories, old post cards of local towns, villages and sites.

* (17) Charente-Maritime
Capital: La Rochelle. Online: parish and civil registers.

* (18) Cher
Capital: Bourges. Online: Zilch. The records are in the process of being scanned and are expected to be online in 2011.

* (19) Corrèze
Capital: Tulle. Online: ongoing adding of parish and civil registers. The records of 51 more communes have just been added.

* (2A) Corse du Sud
Capital: Ajaccio. Online: some land records. A new website is planned, and the records are in the process of being scanned. No expected date for availability online. The archives of the city of Bonifacio, dating from 1682, are now online at http://www.bonifacio-mairie.fr/corse-du-sud/bonifacio.php?menu=57

* (2B) Haute-Corse
Capital: Bastia. Online: No genealogy records are online. Some land records have been scanned but only for local use.

* (21) Côte-d'Or
Capital: Dijon. Online: parish registers, ten-year indices, court and judicial records, administrative records, some military records.

* (22) Côtes d'Armor
Capital: Saint-Brieuc. Online: land records, parish and civil registers.

* (23) Creuse
Capital: Guéret. Online: No genealogy records are online yet. The civil registers are in the process of being scanned.

* (24) Dordogne
Capital: Périgueux. Online: land records, ten-year indices.

* (25) Doubs
Capital: Besançon. Online: Ten-year indices. To use the search facility, one must register, but there is no charge.

* (26) Drôme
Capital: Valence. Online: parish registers, ten-year indices, civil registers up to 1852, notarial archives, land records.

* (27) Eure
Capital: Évreux. Online: parish and civil registers. Just up: censuses right up to 1968 (is that wise?)

* (28) Eure et Loir
Capital: Chartres. Online: Parish registers, civil registers, land records, censuses, church plans.

* (29) Finistère
Capital: Quimper. Online: While all of the records have been scanned, they are available only at the archives and none are online. While some departments strive to be very helpful, this is not one of them.

* (30) Gard
Capital: Nîmes. Online: No genealogical records are online as yet. However, the municipal archives of Nîmes have placed some indices online: http://www.nimes.fr/index.php?id=1012

* (31) Haute-Garonne
Capital: Toulouse. Online: Land records, civil registers. However, the site does not seem to be working very well.

* (32) Gers
Capital: Auch. Online: No records are online yet.

* (33) Gironde
Capital: Bordeaux. Online: Transcriptions of parish registers, 182 registers of the Admiralty of Guyenne, a list of communes for which the records are being scanned. Expected date when the civil registers will be online: 2010. The ten-year indices are online now.

* (34) Hérault
Capital: Montpellier. Online: Military recruitment registers, parish and civil registers, censuses, land records, notarial records.

* (35) Ille-et-Vilaine
Capital: Rennes. Online: Land records and about half of the états civils for the parishes. Next lot due to be put up 15 January 2010 and two more later in the year. (Will their neighbour to the south bite the bullet?) The site is a little slow.

* (36) Indre
Capital: Châteauroux. Online: No genealogical records are online yet.

* (37) Indre et Loire
Capital: Tours. Online: Parish registers have just gone up! Also : Ten-year indices, land records, old post cards and records of wills filed (Tables de successions - very useful, these).

* (38) Isère
Capital: Grenoble. Online: Ten-year indices, and just up: parish and civil registrations.

* (39) Jura
Capital: Lons-le-Saunier. Online: no genealogical records are online as yet. Participation in the microfilm exchange programme: yes. This has to be one of the most helpful archives in the country. The staff will respond to reasonable letters and answer straightforward queries.

* (40) Landes
Capital: Mont-de-Marsan. Online: at the testing phase of the search function for parish registers and civil registers.

* (41) Loir et Cher
Capital: Blois. Online: No genealogical records are online as yet.

* (42) Loire
Capital: Saint-Étienne. Just put online: Ten-year indices, parish and civil registers.

* (43) Haute Loire
Capital: Le Puy-en-Velay. Online: No records are online yet.

* (44) Loire-Atlantique
Capital: Nantes. Online: Parish registers, civil registers, censuses, land records, maps, old post cards, notarial records and more. This is one of the best of the AD sites.

* (45) Loiret
Capital: Orléans. Online: No genealogical records are online at this time.

* (46) Lot
Capital: Cahors. Online: no genealogical records are online yet.

* (47) Lot-et-Garonne
Capital: Agen. Online: land records, maps, old post cards.

* (48) Lozère
Capital: Mende. Online: no records are online yet.

* (49) Maine-et-Loire
Capital: Angers. Online: Parish registers, land records, ten-year indices.

* (50) Manche
Capital: Saint-Lô. Just up Online: Land records, parish and civil registrations and ten-year indices. Click on moteur de recherche, then on état civil. There is a nifty little video explaining how to use the search engine.

* (51) Marne
Capital: Châlons-en-Champagne. Online: no genealogical records are online.

* (52) Haute-Marne
Capital: Chaumont. Online: finding aids and land records are online. Gradually being added are: parish and civil registers, ten-year indices, and notarial records. Here, one can also read the interesting "Notes généalogiques du Baron de l'Horme".

* (53) Mayenne
Capital: Laval. Online: parish and civil registers from the 16th century to 1882, ten-year indices, a data base created by volunteers of the details from the marriages of the 19th century, military registers, census lists from 1836 to 1906, land records, transcriptions of marginal notes from the parish registers. Mayenne is acknowledged as the gold standard of departmental archives online. And they just raised the bar with the addition of a new data base of prisoners.

* (54) Meurthe-et-Moselle
Capital: Nancy. Online: parish and civil registers up to 1882, land records. There is a warning that records for Toul are incomplete, owing to a fire there in 1939. Be prepared to pay €2 to €20 to access the états civils.

* (55) Meuse
Capital: Bar-le-Duc. Online: The parish and civil registers are now online, as are military conscription lists and some censuses.

* (56) Morbihan
Capital: Vannes. Online: Being added incrementally as they are scanned: parish and civil registers, ten-year indices.

* (57) Moselle
Capital: Metz. Online: an extensive site, but no genealogical records are online as yet. SLOOOOW. Work is in progress, we hear, and the parish and civil registrations are expected to be online sometime in 2012. (!)

* (58) Nièvre
Capital: Nevers. Online: finding aids, list of communes, old post cards.

* (59) Nord
Capital: Lille. Online: Ten-year indices, military indices, land records, 1906 census. They, too, have posted a notice that they will no longer under any circumstances make copies of documents for genealogical purposes. Bad news.

* (60) Oise
Capital: Beauvais. Online: old post cards, parish maps, parish and civil registers. It is necessary to register with the site; this is free.

* (61) Orne
Capital: Alençon. Online: parish and civil registers to 1902, ten-year indices.

* (62) Pas-de-Calais
Capital: Arras. Online: Lots of advice. NEW! Now online: ten-year indices, census records from 1820 to 1886, military recruitment records, land records.

* (63) Puy-de-Dôme
Capital: Clermont-Ferrand. Online: All parish and civil records, a wonderful collection of notarial files, images of clerical seals and finding aids. Nicely done.

* (64) Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Capital: Pau. Now online: land records, finding aids, parish and civil registrations, notarial records. One must complete a short registration form, but the site is free to use.

* (65) Haute-Pyrénées
Capital: Tarbes. Online: no genealogical records are online.

* (66) Pyrénées Orientales
Capital: Perpignan. Online: finding aids only. Hints are that the registers will be online by 2012.

* (67) Bas-Rhin
Capital: Strasbourg. Online: finding aids. On the website there is a very interesting discussion of an early 19th century manuscript of a history of Jews in Alsace, by Jacob Meyer. Just up: parish and civil registers with a very, very nice interface.

* (68) Haut-Rhin
Capital: Colmar. Online: the heraldic devices for each commune, a list of those who died in the two World Wars, a list of all of the mairies (town halls). NEW! Civil registrations from 1798 are now up. Also, ten-year indices and lists of Jewish names. Serious teething problems abound; the site is incredibly slow and often does not work. We predict a crash.

* (69) Rhône
Capital: Lyon. Online: no genealogical records are online. Recently, a project was approved to scan all registers and to have them available online by the end of 2010.

* (70) Haute-Saône
Capital: Vesoul. Online: Land records and census records. Just up in May 2010: civil and parish registrations, conscription registers and bureaux de succession registers are all now online. Exceedingly helpful staff. Ten-year indices for many communes can be found on the website of the local genealogy group, Serv@nc'nautes : www.sevancnaute.fr

* (71) Saône-et-Loire
Capital: Mâcon. Online: land records, ten-year indices, parish and civil registers to 1902, censuses from 1836 to 1901. Nice search facility.

* (72) Sarthe
Capital: Le Mans. Online: land records, parish and civil records to 1850, military registers.

* (73) Savoie
Capital: Chambéry. Online: some ten-year indices, some old newspapers, census statistics form the 16th to 19th centuries, parish and civil registers to 1880. This site requires registration and PAYMENT to use, beginning with a €10 minimum.

* (74) Haute-Savoie
Capital: Annecy. Online: finding aids only.

* (75) Paris
Online: the existing and reconstructed parish and civil registers are online, with the identical system to that used in the archives, which is not the easiest. New!: The military recruitment registers from 1875-1909 and the long, long lists of the first names of children accepted into care from 1742-1909.

* (76) Seine-Maritime
Capital: Rouen. Online: no genealogical records are online.

* (77) Seine-et-Marne
Capital: Melun. Online: Censuses, ten-year indices, notarial records, parish and civil registers. However, this is a clumsy site to use and seven searches all brought no result.

* (78) Yvelines and the old Seine et Oise
Capital: Versailles. Online: ten-year indices, censuses, land records.

* (79) Deux-Sèvres
Capital: Niort. Online: parish and civil registers, land records and now census records. Nice, clean site.

* (80) Somme
Capital: Amiens. Online: old post cards, seals. NEW! with a new website: parish and civil registrations, censuses, land records, local histories, seals, photographs of WWI, and.....(drum roll) a user's guide in English.

* (81) Tarn
Capital: Albi. Online: some parish registers, civil registers, ten-year indices, land records. It is necessary to register to use the site.

* (82) Tarn-et-Garonne
Capital: Montauban. Online: just up! Ten-year indices, civil and parish registrations dating back to 1590.

* (83) Var
Capital: Toulon. Online: land records, censuses, ten-year indices, medieval notarial records.

* (84) Vaucluse
Capital: Avignon. Online: No genealogical records are online.

* (85) Vendée
Capital: La-Roche-sur-Yon. Online: parish and civil registers, censuses, notarial records, land records, old post cards.

* (86) Vienne
Capital: Poitiers. Online: parish and civil registers, land records, census lists. NEW! A collection of notes on cards made during the 1950s extracting further information on Protestants, abandoned children and more. ALSO, the military registrations from 1867-1908.

* (87) Haute-Vienne
Capital: Limoges. Online: Land records and finding aids only.

* (88) Vosges
Capital: Épinal. Newly online: parish registers from 1526, civil registers to 1905 and the ten-year indices. Very nicely done, with easy printing.

* (89) Yonne
Capital: Auxerre. Online: parish and civil registers went online in September, with a shiny new website that is both clear and easy to use.

* (90) Territoire de Belfort
Capital: Belfort. A very nice new site with plenty online: parish and civil registrations, censuses, military registrations, and land records. Additionally, local archivists have created an excellent site of indexed data from the parish and civil registrations. It is a bilingual site: http://lisa90.org

* (91) Essonne
Capital: Évry. Online: Parish and civil registers, censuses, land records, and 184 village and town histories written for the 1900 Paris Expo.

* (92) Hauts-de-Seine
Capital: Nanterre. Online: no genealogical records are online. Participation in the microfilm exchange programme : Yes, but only for those who can prove residence in the département. Grouchy staff.

* (93) Seine-Saint-Denis
Capital: Bobigny. Online: no genealogical records are online.

* (94) Val-de-Marne
Capital: Créteil. Online: parish and civil registers, ten-year indices, land records, finding aids. Nice, easy site to use. Participation in the microfilm exchange programme : Yes. Wonderfully interested, knowledgeable and helpful staff.

* (95) Val d'Oise
Capital: Cergy/Pontoise. Online: parish and civil registers, notarial records.

* (971) Guadeloupe
Capital: Basse-Terre. Online: no genealogical records are online.

* (972) Martinique
Capital: Fort-de-France. Online: no genealogical records are online. This is a very new site and much of it is still in construction.

* (973) Guyane
Capital: Cayenne. Online: finding aids only.

* (974) La Réunion
Capital: Saint-Denis. Online: nothing is online, not even a site. This is just a television spot about the archives.

Source : http://french-genealogy.typepad.com/genealogie/2010/10/huguenot-genealogy-the-protestant-registers.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+TheFrenchGenealogyBlog+%28The+French+Genealogy+Blog%29&utm_content=Netvibes consulté 2010-10-26
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Message  Dannie le Mer 27 Oct 2010, 1:00 pm

Je te remercie Jackie de te préoccuper de ceux qui ne pourront pas lire ce pavé (qui me semble à moi rédigé dans un anglais très basique). J'ai inséré une ligne entre chaque département, ça va peut-être t'aider.

La liste indique ce qui se passe dans chaque département français. Vous n'êtes pas obligé de tout lire, vous pouvez ne lire que le département qui vous intéresse.

Un extrait du message : (les départements sont tous faits sur le modèle ci-dessous)

* (01) Ain
Capital: Bourg-en-Bresse. Archives Numériques Départementales de l'Ain. Online: parish registers, civil registers, censuses. Wonderfully they also have put up the Tables de Succession, (lists of those who died and whether or not they left a will) and the Matricules, (military recruitment documents) for some communes. Excellent!

* (91) Essonne
Capital: Évry. Online: Parish and civil registers, censuses, land records, and 184 village and town histories written for the 1900 Paris Expo.



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Message  Dannie le Mer 27 Oct 2010, 10:40 pm

Bonsoir,
Pour ceux que ça intéresse, Marie-Christine (AGCF) m'a envoyé cet après-midi par courriel un autre lien sur les archives en ligne en France.
Merci Marie-Christine ! Cool
http://www.guide-genealogie.com/guide/archives_adresses.html

D'autre part, ce qui me semblait intéressant et original dans mon message d'hier soir, c'était les commentaires que l'auteur anglophone faisait, en tant qu'usager, sur l'accessibilité, le contenu et la qualité des archives en ligne de chacun des départements français.
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Re: France - Archives en ligne

Message  Marie-Ch le Jeu 28 Oct 2010, 2:36 pm


De rien Dannie, c'est un plaisir Très content

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Message  Dannie le Sam 04 Déc 2010, 6:21 pm

Bonjour,
Ce qui est intéressant, c'est qu'ils donnent aussi les régions, pas seulement les départements, et qu'il n'y a pas seulement les BMS. Il y a également la carte de la France.
Le site www.archives-francaises.fr vous permet de retrouver en quelques clic toutes les archives en ligne. Plus besoin de chercher, c'est ici pour vous trouverez l'informations pour faire vos recherches de généalogie et d'histoire locales, d'actes d'état-cvils, paroissiaux ou notariaux, les plans de cadastres, les recensements de la population, les tables décénales de FRANCE.
http://www.archives-francaises.fr consulté 2010-12-03
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Plusieurs d'entre vous savent déjà que les Archives en ligne de Loire-Atlantique offrent les BMS de Nantes jusqu'à 1793. Mais après cette date, où chercher quand on habite au Québec ?

Pour accéder aux Archives municipales de Nantes en ligne.

http://www.archives.nantes.fr/PAGES/ENLIGNE/page1.htm
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France - Carte des archives de COMMUNES en ligne

Message  Tournesol le Jeu 23 Déc 2010, 12:04 am

Bonsoir,
Un autre site sur la carte des archives en ligne en France. Ce qui est intéressant, c'est qu'on a aussi la liste des communes qui ont leurs archives en ligne :
La carte des AD et des communes en ligne

Cette carte de l'état civil en ligne est à deux niveaux d'entrée :

* la carte donne les liens vers les sites d'archives départementales proposant de l'état civil en ligne,
* le menu déroulant (en dessous de la carte) indique les mêmes liens + les sites d'état civil de communes, le tout regroupé par départements.
http://geneinfos.typepad.fr/geneinfos/nouvelle_carte.html consulté 2010-12-22
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