Seegräben parish, Zürich, Switzerland Genealogy
Guide to Seegräben parish, Zurich, Switzerland ancestry, family history, and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, family history, and military records.
Seegräben was established as an independent parish in 1855. From 1532, when the area became Protestant, until 1621, Seegräben belonged to the parish of Gossau. In 1621, it was transferred to Wetzikon.
Locations within Seegräben
(see here for article describing the Zürich census records)
Seegräben became an independent parish in 1855. Only one census was enumerated for Seegräben as a separate place. For other censuses, see Wetzikon.
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(see here for article describing Swiss compiled genealogies)
The following genealogies have been researched for Seegräben families:
Civil registration began in 1876. Seegräben belongs to the Wetzikon civil registration district. Records are only available in Switzerland. For further information, contact the civil registry office at:
Tel: +41 44 931 32 00
The following surnames held citizenship in Seegräben prior to 1875:
The town's website (in German) can be found here.