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Some areas of Schlesien have very useful records regarding the hiring of employees.  There are records found in various archives which contain information regarding this.  Some records may contain the following information:
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Some areas of Schlesien have very useful records regarding the hiring of employees.  There are records found in various archives in the Silesian area which contain information regarding this.  Some records may contain the following information:  
  
*Name of hired employee
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*Name of hired employee  
*Name of employer
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*Name of employer  
*Date and place of birth of employee
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*Date and place of birth of employee  
*Date of hire and address of employment
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*Date of hire and address of employment  
 
*Monthly wages
 
*Monthly wages
  
These records are of a more recent time period and may fill in some blanks as to what an ancestor was doing at certain times of his life.
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These records are of a more recent time period and may fill in some blanks as to what an ancestor was doing at certain times of his life. This information is not available through the Family History Library.

Revision as of 13:46, 4 October 2011

Some areas of Schlesien have very useful records regarding the hiring of employees.  There are records found in various archives in the Silesian area which contain information regarding this.  Some records may contain the following information:

  • Name of hired employee
  • Name of employer
  • Date and place of birth of employee
  • Date of hire and address of employment
  • Monthly wages

These records are of a more recent time period and may fill in some blanks as to what an ancestor was doing at certain times of his life. This information is not available through the Family History Library.