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Vienna Civil Records

Vienna population register cards (Einwohnermeldezettel), 1850-1920.
3,168 rolls of film. Includes names, birth date and place, residence, sometimes parents', spouse and children's names. Arranged alphabetically with males listed first, then females.

Vienna population registers (Einwohnerkartei), 1700-1950 A-R.
1,237 rolls of film. Includes names, birth date and place, parents, residence, spouse and children's names. Arranged alphabetically. Population registers serve as a substitute for civil registration which did not begin in Austria until 1938.

Vienna death records (Sterberegister), 1648-1920.
828 rolls of film. Includes name, date and place of death, residence, age, spouse's name, sometimes parent's names. Alphabetical by death year.

Vienna hospital deaths (Totenverzeichnis), 1868-1942.
82 rolls of film. Includes name, date and place of death, residence, age, spouse's name, sometimes parent's names. Arranged by death date.

Vienna cemetery records (Friedhofsprotokolle), 1600-1930.
240 rolls of film. Records for over 40 different cemeteries in Vienna have been filmed. Includes name, date and place of death, age, sometimes names of relatives. Arranged by death date.


 

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