Sources for Anqelique Bounet

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I recently adopted an unsourced profile and I was wondering if we could get this lady sourced. I had one other person without a source, but, I think I straightened it out. He had a link in Nos Orgines.

This lady? Not so much. She comes complete with a birth and death date. That's from a gedcom and I know I can't trust those as far as I can throw them.

The best source I can find is this: https://www.nosorigines.qc.ca/GenealogieQuebec.aspx?genealogie=Daoust_Guillaume&pid=5140

Can someone help me get better sources? Or should I use that link?
WikiTree profile: Angelique Bounet
in Genealogy Help by Chris Ferraiolo G2G6 Pilot (451k points)
Nos origines doesn't lead to Angélique Bounet so useless as a repository mention in any case.  Not found the line in Fichier origine, so will leave this to our cousins on the other side of the big pond.
Sounds like a plan!

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Here is potentially the baptismal record: http://v-earchives.vaucluse.fr/series/etat_civil/diverses_lettres_LC/NS_diverses_lettres_LC5231/ Archives de Vaucluse, Bonnieux, B: 1569-1579, pg. 81 It is in latin but I can see the date and Angelina. That's about it

here is potentially the burial record: http://v-earchives.vaucluse.fr/series/etat_civil/diverses_lettres_LC/NS_diverses_lettres_LC5263/ Archives de Vaucluse, Bonnieux, S: 1608-1646, pg. 58. Also in latin, can only make out the date and Angelina. Angelina is potentially the latin name for Angelique.
by Kyla H G2G6 Mach 4 (46.2k points)
Thanks. Hope this is the right person.
Good digging, Kyla!
Yeah. That is impressive! =D
All the french parish archives are free online. They are divided by department.  I usually google the town to figure out the department it is located and then google archives of that department.  You can usually search on the department page for the town and year. :)
I still think this is great research! How to all you folks know this stuff?!?! I’m dumbfounded!
Neat. =D I just wish I knew more French.
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Have you read this post? http://www.ourdaoustfamily.com/GuillaumeDaoustOrigins.html

If we want to see the state of the research in 2009, one of us should read the MGSCF paper in French. It looks like I might have access to some years of the journal in Denver, but they're bound to be the wrong ones. Check your area here and let's see if we can find the 30-page paper and a volunteer to summarize its findings: http://www.worldcat.org/title/memoires-de-la-societe-genealogique-canadienne-francaise/oclc/2208362

* Roland-Yves Gagné, Nadine Gilbert et Laurent Kokanosky. ''Memoires de la Societe genealogique canadienne-francaise.'' Volume 60, cahier 259 pages 29-59.

by Karen Lowe G2G6 Pilot (141k points)
Wow. It's in Worcester, Boston, Manchester and Cambridge. All a bit distant from here. Not hard to get to. It's just tough finding the time to go.

It might be closer for other people, though.
some of those mémoires are actually on-line through BANQ, but you need a date of appearance rather than issue number to find if it's there.
Sounds great!

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