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'''BASQUE HISTORY'''<br>'''Irargi, Basque Country Documentary Heritage Centre'''
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This is part of the offical site of the Basque government and is presented in Basque,Spanish,English and French. This remarkable site is a goldmine for Basque genealogists. It is a collaboration between the government and various dioceses to offer online databases brimming with historical and genealogial information. On the left side of the home page is a list of databases. Those most useful to genealogists are:
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== BASQUE HISTORY  ==
  
'''Badator'''<br>This collection contains over 5 million sheets of information from the 13th-19th centuries.<br>Subjects of both social and political history:<br>All Basque Classes<br>Trades<br>Coporations<br>Administrations<br>May be Searched By<br>Clicking on “Badotor Icon”<br>Select “Simple” or “Advanced” search<br>Fill in appropriate boxes<br>Click “See Result”.
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Irargi, Basque Country Documentary Heritage Centre
  
'''Search Sacramental Records'''<br>These are the Sacramental Records of the Dioceses of Bilbao, San Sebastián and Vitoria. They contain baptisms, marriages and deaths.<br>May be Searched By<br>Clicking on “Search Sacramental Records”. <br>Enter<br>Name<br>Diocese<br>Date<br>Municipality<br>Select Baptisms, Marriages, or Deaths<br>Click “See Result”
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This is part of the offical site of the Basque government and is presented in Basque, Spanish, English and French. This remarkable site is a goldmine for Basque genealogists. It is a collaboration between the government and various dioceses to offer online databases brimming with historical and genealogial information. On the left side of the home page is a list of databases. Those most useful to genealogists are:
  
'''Salazar and Castro Records Archives '''<br>This collection of Mr. Luis de Salazar y Castro is considered one of the genealogical treasures of the 18th century. It contains over 60,000 entries. Its index alone covers 49 volumes.<br>Subjects covered;<br>Country’s main families <br>Governemental institutions<br>Basques who served the monarchy from the 15th to the 18th centuries.<br>May be Searched by:<br>Clicking on search Salazar Records Icon<br>Enter Years Between –And<br>Enter Event<br>Click “See Result” .
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=== Badator  ===
  
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This collection contains over 5 million sheets of information from the 13th-19th centuries. Subjects of both social and political history:<br>All Basque Classes<br>Trades<br>Coporations<br>Administrations<br>May be Searched By<br>Clicking on “Badotor Icon”<br>Select “Simple” or “Advanced” search<br>Fill in appropriate boxes<br>Click “See Result”.
  
[http://www.iragi.or/ http://www.iragi.or/]
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=== Search Sacramental Records  ===
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These are the Sacramental Records of the Dioceses of Bilbao, San Sebastián and Vitoria. They contain baptisms, marriages and deaths.<br>May be Searched By<br>Clicking on “Search Sacramental Records”. <br>Enter<br>Name<br>Diocese<br>Date<br>Municipality<br>Select Baptisms, Marriages, or Deaths<br>Click “See Result”
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=== Salazar and Castro Records Archives  ===
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This collection of Mr. Luis de Salazar y Castro is considered one of the genealogical treasures of the 18th century. It contains over 60,000 entries. Its index alone covers 49 volumes.<br>Subjects covered;<br>Country’s main families <br>Governmental institutions<br>Basques who served the monarchy from the 15th to the 18th centuries.<br>May be Searched by:<br>Clicking on search Salazar Records Icon<br>Enter Years Between –And<br>Enter Event<br>Click “See Result” .
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===See also===
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* [[Basque Language and Languages]]
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=== Websites  ===
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Sistena Nacional de Archivos de Euskadi (EASN/SNAE) [http://www.snae.org/ Irargi]
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[[Category:Ethnic_Groups|Basque]] [[Category:Ethnic,_Political,_or_Religious_Groups]]

Latest revision as of 21:07, 10 July 2012

Ethnic Groups > Basque

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BASQUE HISTORY

Irargi, Basque Country Documentary Heritage Centre

This is part of the offical site of the Basque government and is presented in Basque, Spanish, English and French. This remarkable site is a goldmine for Basque genealogists. It is a collaboration between the government and various dioceses to offer online databases brimming with historical and genealogial information. On the left side of the home page is a list of databases. Those most useful to genealogists are:

Badator

This collection contains over 5 million sheets of information from the 13th-19th centuries. Subjects of both social and political history:
All Basque Classes
Trades
Coporations
Administrations
May be Searched By
Clicking on “Badotor Icon”
Select “Simple” or “Advanced” search
Fill in appropriate boxes
Click “See Result”.

Search Sacramental Records

These are the Sacramental Records of the Dioceses of Bilbao, San Sebastián and Vitoria. They contain baptisms, marriages and deaths.
May be Searched By
Clicking on “Search Sacramental Records”.
Enter
Name
Diocese
Date
Municipality
Select Baptisms, Marriages, or Deaths
Click “See Result”

Salazar and Castro Records Archives

This collection of Mr. Luis de Salazar y Castro is considered one of the genealogical treasures of the 18th century. It contains over 60,000 entries. Its index alone covers 49 volumes.
Subjects covered;
Country’s main families
Governmental institutions
Basques who served the monarchy from the 15th to the 18th centuries.
May be Searched by:
Clicking on search Salazar Records Icon
Enter Years Between –And
Enter Event
Click “See Result” .

See also

Websites

Sistena Nacional de Archivos de Euskadi (EASN/SNAE) Irargi


 

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