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== '''Introduction'''  ==
  
Sometimes church records of the Catholic Apostolic Church were kept in the individual churches and sometimes in the homes of the ministers. Past records may still be at the churches, with the present ministers, or at a local historical or genealogical society.
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What You Are Looking For <br>Step 1. Choose which church or archive to contact. <br>Step 2. Contact the clerk or minister. <br>
  
===What You Are Looking For ===<br>
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== '''Introduction'''  ==
  
=== Step 1 ===.<br> Choose which church or archive to contact.<br> === Step 2.=== <br> Contact the clerk or minister.  
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Sometimes church records of the Catholic Apostolic Church were kept in the individual churches and sometimes in the homes of the ministers. Past records may still be at the churches, with the present ministers, or at a local historical or genealogical society.  
<br>What You Are Looking For
 
  
Records of the Catholic Apostolic Church Steps The following 2 steps will help you receive information from Catholic Apostolic Church records.
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=== '''What You Are Looking For'''  ===
  
<br>Step 1. Choose which church or archive to contact.
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Records of the Catholic Apostolic Church<br>
  
Contact the Catholic Apostolic church in your ancestor's area to request information. For sources with addresses and other information, see Tip 1.
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== '''Steps'''&nbsp; <br> ==
  
Step 2. Contact the clerk or minister.
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The following 2 steps will help you receive information from Catholic Apostolic Church records
  
Request that the church's records be searched. Tell them what you would like them to look for, such as marriage information.
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=== '''Step 1. Choose which church or archive to contact'''  ===
  
Be sure to give as much of the following information about your ancestor as possible:
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Contact the Catholic Apostolic church in your ancestor's area to request information. For sources with addresses and other information, see Tip 1
  
<br>Name Dates your ancestor lived in the area Dates of birth/baptism, marriage, and death/burial (if they occurred in that area) Names of parents, siblings, spouse, and/or children
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=== '''Step 2. Contact the clerk or minister''' <br> ===
  
<br>Ask if there is a fee for the search or send a contribution. When you send the fee or contribution, also send a self-addressed stamped envelope
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Request that the church's records be searched. Tell them what you would like them to look for, such as marriage information.<br>
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Be sure to give as much of the following information about your ancestor as possible: <br>
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*Name
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*Dates your ancestor lived in the area
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*Dates of birth/baptism, marriage, and death/burial (if they occurred in that area)
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*Names of parents, siblings, spouse, and/or children
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Ask if there is a fee for the search or send a contribution. When you send the fee or contribution, also send a self-addressed stamped envelope  
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Revision as of 14:58, 9 August 2010

Introduction

What You Are Looking For
Step 1. Choose which church or archive to contact.
Step 2. Contact the clerk or minister.

Introduction

Sometimes church records of the Catholic Apostolic Church were kept in the individual churches and sometimes in the homes of the ministers. Past records may still be at the churches, with the present ministers, or at a local historical or genealogical society.

What You Are Looking For

Records of the Catholic Apostolic Church

Steps 

The following 2 steps will help you receive information from Catholic Apostolic Church records

Step 1. Choose which church or archive to contact

Contact the Catholic Apostolic church in your ancestor's area to request information. For sources with addresses and other information, see Tip 1

Step 2. Contact the clerk or minister

Request that the church's records be searched. Tell them what you would like them to look for, such as marriage information.

Be sure to give as much of the following information about your ancestor as possible:

  • Name
  • Dates your ancestor lived in the area
  • Dates of birth/baptism, marriage, and death/burial (if they occurred in that area)
  • Names of parents, siblings, spouse, and/or children

Ask if there is a fee for the search or send a contribution. When you send the fee or contribution, also send a self-addressed stamped envelope