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The records of the former Kirchenbuchamt Dresden, the church district Meißen, Flöha, and Stollberg have been filmed. For the former church district Dippoldiswalde the filming is in progress. For a detailed listing of parishes see the mega data list at Kirchenbuchportal.de or Kirchenbuchportal.findbuch.net. To accress actual records, contact:
für die Kirchenbezirke Bautzen, Dresden Mitte, Dresden Nord, Freiberg, Meißen-Großenhain, Kamenz, Löbau-Zittau and Pirna
Telefon: 0351 4923-346
Telefax: 0351 4923-348
Ansprechpartner: OKR Jörg am Rhein
For church records not yet filmed, contact the local parish in whose jurisdiction your ancestor resided.
Finding a birth/baptismal, marriage, death/burial in Evangelical church records
|My ancestor was born in....Where will I find a birth record?||
1. Check which parish was responsible for recording your ancestor's birth by verifying locations at online Historisches Ortsverzeichnis von Sachsen. Click on Orte (localities), enter your locality and check Nr. 7 of the menu (Kirchliche Organisation). This section will give you time frames telling you when a locality was part of a given parish.
2. Check out the holdings of each parish in GenWiki-E-Book
3. Check your parish against the listings in Kirchenbuchportal/findbuch.net. If you think your parish belongs to the church districts of Bautzen, Dresden city center, Dresden north, Freiberg, Meißen-Großenhain, Kamenz, Löbau-Zittau or Pirna write a request to the Regionalkirchenamt Dresden using the suggestions in the German Letter-writing-guide.
|My ancestor came from Saxony, however, I do not have a place.||
1. Check your US sources, i.e., church records, census, naturalization, ship list, probate etc.
2. Check name distribution map for Saxony to determine where your ancestor's name might appear.
|I cannot find a birth/baptismal, marriage record etc.||Contact expert|
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