Again, few of the submissions give instructions on how to do genealogical research, with the excellent exception of the first given below:
- Michèle Bodénès explains how to research, as much as is possible, all of the Senators of France since 1814.
- Chronique familiale looks at both burials, sépultures, and nicknames, surnoms, with some interesting explanations about the customs concerning the latter. Not all surnoms are "dit-names".
- GeneaBreizh also looks at sépultures and the language of parish registrations indicating burials.
- GénéaTrip looks at the project of Génénet.org to photograph all the grave markers of all the cemeteries of France. We discuss cemeteries and the project here.
- Des Racines et des arbres looks at researching eighteenth century soldiers.
- Souvenirs d'ancêtres explains French nineteenth century military conscription and documentation, a subject we have touched on here. For further military research, you might want to read this post.
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