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Brno Regional Archive is in the process of digitizing parish registers and making them available through their digital archive. The database is in Czech and one must register to use it.

Go to: http://www.actapublica.cz/

How to register

Click on: "Registrace nového uživatele/New registration" at the top of the screen

You only need to fill in the fields marked with star:
Jméno/Name
Příjmení/Surname
Datum narození (den.měsíc.rok)/Date of birth [dd/mm/yyyy]
Číslo OP/Doc.No. - enter 0 (zero)
Emailová adresa/Email address
Přihlašovací jméno (login)/Login - choose your user name
Heslo/Password - choose your password
Heslo znovu (pro kontrolu)/Password(check) - enter password again

Check the box next to: "Souhlasím s podmínkami užití služeb/I agree with term of use"

Click on: "Registrovat se" [Register]

How to sign in

Click on: "Přihlášení do systému" [Sign In] at the top of the screen to begin using the records.

Fill in: "Přihlašovací jméno (login)" [User Name] and "Heslo" [Password]

Click on: "Přihlásit se" [Sign In] to enter the database.

Under "Obec" choose the locality.

Click on: "Hledat" [Search] to display the list of records available for the locality.

Parish registers

You may now switch to English. The pull down menu can be found in the upper righthand corner next to "Jazyk:" [Language]. Choose english and click "switch". This feature is still under construction.

Choose the register type and time frame you wish to search.

Narození-baptisms
Oddaní-marriages
Zemřelí-deaths

Click on the magnyfying glass symbol in the last column under "Obr.data" to browse the images.

If you do not see the magnyfying glass symbol in the last column under "Obr.data" the images are not yet available.


 

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