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*Church Records (Církevní matriky)
 
*Church Records (Církevní matriky)
  
Records of births/christenings, marriages, and deaths/burials recorded by clergy. Housed in the [https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Czech_Republic_Archives_and_Libraries#Regional_Archives State regional archives (Státní oblastní archívy)].  
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Records of births/christenings, marriages, and deaths/burials recorded by clergy. These records are housed in the [https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Czech_Republic_Archives_and_Libraries#Regional_Archives State regional archives (Státní oblastní archívy)].  
  
 
*Censuses (Sčítání lidu)
 
*Censuses (Sčítání lidu)
  
An official count or survey of a population for statistical purposes, recording various details about individuals and families. Housed in the District archives (Okresní archívy) and City archives (Mĕstské archívy).  
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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).  
  
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*Jewish Records (Židovské matriky)
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Records of births, marriages, and deaths of Jewish population. These records are housed in the National Archives in Prague.
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[[Category:Czech_Republic]]
 
[[Category:Czech_Republic]]

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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).

  • 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).

  • Jewish Records (Židovské matriky)

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