Ligondès or Ligondez?

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Since I created the first one of these and my French rusty at best, some sources spell this surname as "Ligondez", others as "Ligondès".  The old books that are digitized seem to use Ligondez but the geneanet links use Ligondès so I went with that one.  If you read the research notes you can look at the sources I found so far. Thanks for your comments!
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asked in Genealogy Help by Kirk Hess G2G6 Mach 4 (48.9k points)
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Another thing you can do is use the 'Other Last Name(s)' field for the other spellings.
answered by Bob Jewett G2G Astronaut (1m points)
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In Dictionnaire de la noblesse, contenant les généalogies, l'histoire et la ..., the entry for the family reads "Ligond'es [sorry, I can't get the accent grave correct] ou Ligondez".  In other words, they are interchangeable, so Bob Jewett's suggestion to use other last name for one of the two is spot on.

answered by Jim Parish G2G6 Pilot (126k points)
I missed that detail, thanks. The BnF needs to digitize more recent works than 1775! :)

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