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*Includes information on the house name (usually the Christian name of the person who built the house) by which the residents were sometimes known.
 
*Includes information on the house name (usually the Christian name of the person who built the house) by which the residents were sometimes known.
  
'''Church Archive in Ljubljana'''
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'''Church Archive in Ljubljana'''  
  
[http://lj.rkc.si/?id=11&fmod=0 Nadškofijski arhiv]
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[http://lj.rkc.si/?id=11&fmod=0 Nadškofijski arhiv]<br>
Krekov trg 1
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Krekov trg 1<br>
1000 Ljubljana
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1000 Ljubljana<br>
SLOVENIA
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SLOVENIA  
  
email: arhiv.lj@rkc.si
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email: arhiv.lj@rkc.si  
  
 
[[Category:Slovenia]]
 
[[Category:Slovenia]]

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Parish Registers

  • In the early 1780s, Emperor Joseph II structured the parishes. He wished to limit the time required to get to the parish church and reduce the size of larger parishes.
  • A tabular format for the registers was adopted in 1770 and modified in 1784.
  • Evangelical registers were mandated in 1782, Jewish in 1779, Orthodox in 1864, Old Catholic in 1877, Baptist in1905, and Muslim in 1927.
  • Transcripts (duplicate registers) for civil authorities were mandated in 1828.

Status Animarum

  • The term status animarum translates as “the state of souls.” They contain names and information about baptism, marriage, burial, and relationship to head of household for everyone living in a parish.
  • Includes information on the house name (usually the Christian name of the person who built the house) by which the residents were sometimes known.

Church Archive in Ljubljana

Nadškofijski arhiv
Krekov trg 1
1000 Ljubljana

SLOVENIA 

email: arhiv.lj@rkc.si