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Introduction
Berlin, the capital of Germany, is also Germany's largest city. Because of its size, research can be very difficult. In Meyer's Orts und Verkehrs Lexicon published in 1912 we find that at this time there were 70 Evangelical chapels, 15 Catholic chapels, 15 synagogues, 3 Reformed churches and 2 Baptist churches.

Church Records
To help locate Lutheran Parishes in Berlin please go to this link Berlin Evangelical Parish Jurisdictions

For a list of addresses of churches in Berlin this is a helpful site.

For good general information regarding Berlin, please click here

Many parishes in Berlin have been indexed and names appears in the International Genealogical Index. Click Batch number indexes for Berlin to see a list of parishes that have been indexed. This listing may not be complete. Click on the appropriate link in the last column to see the alphabetical list of christenings or marriages. Click on "Nächste Seite" for additional parishes.

Directories
Images of Berlin city directories can be found at this link. To proceed directly to the lists by year follow this link. Some of the lists are arranged alphabetically by the name of the head of house and others are arranged by the names of the streets and house numbers.

Forums
To search for Berlin in the Rootsweb archive click here.



Maps
An excellent 1908 map of Berlin (1:20,000) with a street index is available by following this link.

Periodicals
Link to digitized issues of Mitteilungen des Vereins für die Geschichte Berlins are available for the years 1884-1943. An index to articles is included.

Stadtbücher
An inventory of Berlin Stadtbücher can be found here.


Link to Standesamt Mitte. To order Civil Registration certificates online click on "Online-anfordern".


 

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