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Geography

History

Seebach originally belonged to the church parish of Kloten, with the village of Oberdorf belonging to the church parish of Rümlang. In 1664, it received its own priest (and kept its own parish records), but remained an affiliate of the church parish of Grossmünster of the city of Zürich until 1863, when it became in independent Protestant parish.

In 1934, Seebach was annexed to the city of Zürich.

Place Names

Locations within Seebach

Surrounding Parishes

Affoltern bei Zürich
Kloten
Oerlikon (Schwamendingen)
Rümlang

Collections

Church Records

Census Records

(see here for article describing the Zürich census records)

Seebach received a pastor and began keeping its own records in 1664. For censuses prior to 1664, see Kloten for the Ausserdorf portion of Seebach and Rümlang for the Oberdorf portion of Seebach.

The following censuses are available for Seebach:

Census Year FHL Film number item number beginning page
1672 1185155 1 473
1689 1185162 2 683
1695 1185168 1 615
1701 1185168 1 633
1710 1185172 2 585
1711 1185169 1 293
1715 1185173 1 297
1720 1185173 1 323
1727 1185173 1 309
1762 1185173 1 335

Genealogies

(see here for article describing Swiss compiled genealogies)

The following genealogies have been researched for Seebach families:

Civil Registration

Surnames

The following surnames held citizenship in Seebach prior to 1875:

Related Sources

The town's website (in German) can be found here.

Societies and Libraries

Cantonal Archive of Zürich

References

Register of Swiss Surnames

Historical Gazetteer of Switzerland


 

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