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  • on getting started with Slovakia research. Beginning Slovak Research Determining a Place of Origin in Slovakia Finding Records of Your Slovak Ancestors
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  • Archiv in Bytca, Slovakia.Roman Catholic church records (births/marriages/deaths): 1686-1899 (parish A). There are 13,908,374 results for Slovakia in Historical
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  • Europe Slovakia Bratislava Region, Slovakia Genealogy Guide to Bratislava Region (Bratislavský kraj), Slovakia ancestry, family history, and genealogy:
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  • is the second most densely populated region in Slovakia." It is located in the middlewest part of Slovakia and forms a territorial band between the Bratislava
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  • Libraries Societies Family History Centers Getting Started What's the Next Step Finding Your Ancestors in the Records Online Genealogy Records Tips
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  • section under one of the following: SLOVAKIA - SOCIETIES For more information, see Slovakia Genealogy and Slovakia Periodicals.
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  • articles on getting started with Hungary research. Beginning Hungarian Research Reference Aids Overview at the Family History Library Research in Greater
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  • language is Czech. Links to articles on getting started with Czech Republic research. Getting Started How to Find Birth Information How to Find
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  • is the official language. Links to articles on getting started with Poland research. Beginning Polish Research Research Strategies Polish version
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  • Links to articles on getting started with Austrian research. Getting started What's the next step? Finding your ancestor in the records Austria
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  • relative or ancestor born in Slovakia for whom you know at least a name, the village or parish where he or she lived in Slovakia, and an approximate date
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  • languages. Links to articles on getting started with Ukraine research. Ukraine Beginning Research Obtaining Civil Documents in Ukraine Finding Lost Russian
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  • Rico Russia (in English) Russia (in Russian) Samoa (American) Samoa (Western) Scotland Slovakia and Czech Republic
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  • the place of origin in Slovakia see Determining a Place of Origin in Slovakia for sources that may give you that information. Slovak place names are often
    7 KB (1,102 words) - 02:55, 2 March 2016
  • located in any number of places. If the organization is still in operation, contact the local chapter. Contact libraries (public, university) in the city
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  • priests. In 1891 was the final division of the Jewish communities, entries were made in German and Polish, headings appeared in Hebrew or Yiddish. In 1907
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  • language. In German Poland, most records were kept in German or Latin, though some were kept in Polish. In Austrian Poland, most records were kept in Latin
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  • recorded chronologically in the books. Identifying the records in the tract books is the first step. The numbers recorded in the tract books are transaction
    56 KB (6,156 words) - 19:58, 9 June 2016
  • all these search avenues in relation to the names that you have available, you should return to this wiki to get additional help in finding the location of
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  • on-line collection. The Slovak Genealogical-Heraldical Society at the Matica Slovenska (= Slovac National Library) in Martin, Slovakia, has plenty of information
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  • territory is presently situated in eastern Slovakia under the name of Zemplín. Most of the county's territory is today in Slovakia except the southern portions
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  • Its territory is presently situated in north-eastern Slovakia under the name of Spiš, with a very small area in south-eastern Poland. To read more about
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  • language. In German Poland, most records were kept in German or Latin, though some were kept in Polish. In Austrian Poland, most records were kept in Latin
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  • . Center for Jewish History Czech and Slovak Republics: Jewish Family History Research Guide Getting Started With Czech-Jewish Genealogy Jewish Familiants
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  • Institute for Genealogical Studies in June 2012. It is an excerpt from their course Methodology - Part 1: Getting Started, Methodology - Part 2: Organizing
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  • vs. Alzebeta (Czech and Slovak) vs. Erzébet (Hungarian). Investigate different endings for female surnames (e.g. in for Slovaks, add an –ova, to a woman’s
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  • staffed by local volunteers who can help get you started with family history research. They can guide you in using FHC resources and equipment. If you
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  • Library Journal, Augustan Society [Vol 3, #3] Issue 11 [in Omnibus Book 71 [Vol 3, #4] Issue 12 [in Omnibus Book 81 Genealogical Quarterly Decatur Genealogical
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  • Library catalogue. Find this book in the National Library in Prague Find this book in the State Technical Library in Prague Find this book with bibliotek
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