Czech Republic Records Overview

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*Civil Registration (Civilní matriky)
 
*Civil Registration (Civilní matriky)
Records of births, marriages, and deaths maintained by civil authorities. These records are housed in the local government offices (Matriční úřady).
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Records of births, marriages, and deaths maintained by civil authorities. These records are housed in the local government offices (Matriční úřady).  
  
 
*Censuses (Sčítání lidu)
 
*Censuses (Sčítání lidu)
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An official count or survey of a population for statistical purposes, recording various details about individuals and families. These records are housed in the District archives (Okresní archívy) and City archives (Mĕstské archívy).  
 
An official count or survey of a population for statistical purposes, recording various details about individuals and families. These records are housed in the District archives (Okresní archívy) and City archives (Mĕstské archívy).  
  
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*Land Books
 
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Revision as of 17:42, 19 May 2011

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  • Church Records (Církevní matriky)

Records of births/christenings, marriages, and deaths/burials recorded by clergy. These records are housed in the State regional archives (Státní oblastní archívy).

  • Jewish Records (Židovské matriky)

Records of births, marriages, and deaths of Jewish population. These records are housed in the National Archives in Prague.

  • Civil Registration (Civilní matriky)

Records of births, marriages, and deaths maintained by civil authorities. These records are housed in the local government offices (Matriční úřady).

  • Censuses (Sčítání lidu)

An official count or survey of a population for statistical purposes, recording various details about individuals and families. These records are housed in the District archives (Okresní archívy) and City archives (Mĕstské archívy).

  • Land Books