What Are French ‘dit’ Names?

dit is the masculine form ditte is the feminine form In your research, you may have come across individuals with seemingly two surnames with ‘dit’ in between them. Quoting from Denis Beauregard’s article from Francogene.com...

The 1766 Belgium Census Introduction

  Yes, there are early online census records of Belgium! This 1766 Belgium census of what is now called the (French community) Wallonia region. This census documents are called the ‘recensement or population registres’ Early,...

Easily Find Free French Military Resources 1682-1941

French and Belgian records, or what the French call ‘matricules militaire’ or ‘registres matricules’ are becoming more available over both countries. The trouble is, there’re not all in one place, but scattered across the internet....

Explore The Online France Department Archives

We cried “Where can we find French birth, baptism, marriage, death, military and census records?” And then it was so. The France department archives went online and it’s free. A French Genealogy miracle for those...

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