Czech Republic Compiled Genealogies

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*Lutonský, Boleslav. ''Lexikon genealoga.'' (Lexikon of genealogist). Praha: B. Lutonský, c2003. (FHL INTL Book 943.71 D26L). <br><br>Genealogical vocabulary that includes not only old-fashioned expressions that the researcher may encounter in their work, but also terms used in archival material (such as old documents, land tablets, urbarium, estate records etc.), overview of guilds, important crafts, measurements, currency and a list of frequently used abbreviations. Text in Czech.
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*Lutonský, Boleslav. ''Lexikon genealoga.'' (Lexikon of genealogist). Praha: B. Lutonský, c2003. (FHL INTL Book 943.71 D26L). <br><br>Genealogical vocabulary that includes not only old-fashioned expressions that the researcher may encounter in their work, but also terms used in archival material (such as old documents, land tablets, urbarium, estate records etc.), overview of guilds, and important crafts. It also includes a chapter on measurements, a chapter on currency and a list of frequently used abbreviations. Text in Czech.
  
 
=== FamilySearch Historical Records Collections  ===
 
=== FamilySearch Historical Records Collections  ===

Revision as of 18:25, 6 October 2011

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Beginner's Guides to Czech Research

Czech Research Outline by Shon R. Edwards

Helpful publications at the Family History Library are:

  • Schlyter, Daniel Martin. A Handbook of Czechoslovak genealogical research. Buffalo Grove, Illinois: Genun, 1985. (FHL book 943.7 D27s).
  • Miller, Olga K. Genealogical research for Czech and Slovak Americans. Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research, 1978. (FHL book 943.7 D27m).
  • Capek, Thomas.The Cechs (Bohemians) in America: a study of the national, cultural, political, social, economic and religious life. New York: Arno and the New York Times, 1969. (FHL book 973 B4ai v. 1).
  • Koudelka, Miroslav. Early Censuses in the Czech Lands (before World War I). Naše Rodina: Our Family. Newsletter of the Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International, v. 11, number 2. St. Paul, MN: CGSI, 1999. (973 D25nas v. 10-11 1998-1999).
  • Seton-Watson, Robert William. A History of the Czechs and Slovaks. Hamden, Connecticut : Archon, 1965. (943.7 H2s).

Dictionaries

Helpful publications at the Family History Library are:

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  • Pařez, Jan. Česko-anglický příruční slovník genealogický = Handy Czech-English genealogical dictionary. Praha: Scriptorium, 1999. (FHL INTL Book 491.86321 P216c 1999).

    This dictionary is a must for the Czech researchers when records and documents are written in Czech. It includes occupations, causes of death etc. Supplements include Czech alphabet, a dictionary of personal names and a dictionary of supreme land and court offices.
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  • Lutonský, Boleslav. Lexikon genealoga. (Lexikon of genealogist). Praha: B. Lutonský, c2003. (FHL INTL Book 943.71 D26L).

    Genealogical vocabulary that includes not only old-fashioned expressions that the researcher may encounter in their work, but also terms used in archival material (such as old documents, land tablets, urbarium, estate records etc.), overview of guilds, and important crafts. It also includes a chapter on measurements, a chapter on currency and a list of frequently used abbreviations. Text in Czech.

FamilySearch Historical Records Collections

Online collections containing these records are located in FamilySearch.org

Wiki articles describing these collections are found at:

Czech Republic Births and Baptisms (FamilySearch Historical Records)

Czech Republic Marriages (FamilySearch Historical Records)