www.GenTeam.at: 1 Million new records

1 Some statistics concerning GenTeam

Exactly one year after the founding of GenTeam 15.1.2010 have now more than 7.700 Users registered. Grab some of all users 90 Percent regularly every month. The user comes to around 70 Percent of German-speaking countries, the rest from virtually all other European countries and all continents. Our team currently consists of 38 Employees, 10 more have GenTeam data made available or. working on the correction of a database. Other records have already arrived; So the next update will be working already.

2 NEW: Index of Civil Registration of Nuremberg 1810-1979

as. 950.000 Entries

This index of civil registration between 1810 and 1899/1929/1979 (Births / Marriages / Deaths) was from Nuremberg City Archives made available and currently includes approximately 950.000 Entries. Until the introduction of the Registry Office 1876 is also leading the religious denomination. A description of the project, see here. The Nuremberg City Archives issued a fee further information.

3 NEW: Converts in Vienna 1782-1914
9.350 Entries

After 1782 in Austria of Tolerance for Jews was adopted, converted in Vienna between 1782 and 1868 as. 3.100 Jews to Catholicism, and between 1782 and 1914 as. 6.200 Jews to Protestantism. While it was mostly poor Jews at the beginning, converted to 1868 more and more intellectuals: Famous Musicians, Philosophers, Doctors and scientists, also journalists and actors participated in the baptism.

At Ms. Univ. Dose. Dr. Anna L. Staudacher from the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW), who created this database from multiple sources, I would like to thank at this point! Courtesy of the International publisher of Sciences, Peter Lang GmbH, this database can be published on GenTeam. Additional information is available in the printed versions of "Jewish-Protestant converts in Vienna 1782-1914, 2 Parts, ISBN 3-631-50413-6, and "Jewish converts in Vienna 1782-1868", ISBN 3-631-39406-3“

4 NEW: Baptisms of Jewish children in Wr. Foundlings 1816-1868

3.379 Entries

Between 1816 and 1868 were in the birthing house of more than Alservorstadt 3.300 Jewish children forcibly baptized. After the separation from the mother, the children were given up to the year 1843 also a different surname. Only 10 Years after the birth, the child was discharged. Wanted a mother again within this time their child, they had to be baptized themselves. Most of the mothers were from lower social classes Bohemia, Moravia and Hungary.

This database is composed of several individual databases. Be specified in addition to the family name, first name, the profession, the year of birth and the home of the mother of the family, The first name, The Birth, Dismissal- and date of death of the child, and the sources birthplace protocol, Findelhausprotokoll and release protocol. The logs are located in Vienna- and State Archives and can be viewed there after ordering.

At Ms. Univ. Dose. Dr. Anna L. Staudacher from the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW), who created this database from multiple sources, I would like to thank at this point! Additional information is available in the printed versions of "Because the Jewish religion - Foundling. Forced baptisms in Vienna 1816-1868, Peter Lang: Frankfurt a.M. 2001“ ISBN 3-631-35198-4

5 NEW: WIEN evangelical Trauungen HB 1707-1879

2.515 Entries

After the Protestant weddings AB of Vienna, the user is now the weddings of HB-parish of the first district of Vienna between 1707 (before 1784 Dutch embassy) and 1879 available.

6 new indices of Catholic parish registers

as. 16.000 new records

Entries from Catholic parish registers from Lower Austria and Upper Austria were added. The entries from Upper Austria were taken from the Joseph-Heider-indices.

Thus, the researchers are now more than 700.000 Entries are available.

Were added:

NE: Eggendorf am Walde, Kottes, Langschlag, Großglobnitz

Upper: Wartberg ob der Aist

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