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The three dimensions in genealogy are Name, Time, and Place. You should be able to pinpoint records for a particular person knowing these three “coordinates.” As you twist the dimensions in different ways, new or previously unseen patterns emerge in your family history.
In this lesson, you will learn how to use some underused online resources to help you find genealogical records.
Step three is to grow your family tree by searching historical records on FamilySearch.org. Your ancestors' everyday milestones and experiences—like birth, marriage, and death—often created historical records that have been indexed and made searchable online. Use Search to find more details about the people in your family story.
Learn how to access and search the collection of digitized vital records of the Prague City Archives (Archiv hlavního města Prahy). Registers (matriky) are available for research on-line through the archives’ website at http://www.ahmp.cz/. Registers contain baptism (birth), marriage, and burial (death) information and are definitely the best source for identifying one’s relatives in the Czech Republic. Note: Region of Prague not included - see Using Online Czech Records: State Regional Archives in Prague.