1881 - 1899
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The following "copied" records
(bottom of the page) are
presented merely as an indicator, that there may be information
contained in the original parish records, in which you are
These records were copied by volunteers. The parish
cannot and does not guarantee
that they are accurate nor that they are complete.
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again that we cannot and do not
guarantee the accuracy or completeness of these "copied" records.
Should you find information within
these records of interest to you, please contact the parish to check
the accuracy of the records. Use this email address:
firstname.lastname@example.org You can request a search and have a
certificate sent to you. There is no charge for this service, but we
do recommend a donation of €20 for the upkeep of the Church.
When the parish issues certificates,
it does so, based on the original records held in the parish.
The records have been divided up as
you see them below, for your convenience. However, record keeping in
the 1800's wasn't always done in a completely sequential manner. You
might therefore need to search more than one batch of records.
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someone who has been baptised, is is better to search for their
family or surname. If you are searching for the parent of someone
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