Contents and addresses of Hungarian archives
Read Online

Contents and addresses of Hungarian archives with supplementary material for research on German ancestors from Hungary by Edward R. Brandt

  • 649 Want to read
  • ·
  • 66 Currently reading

Published by E.R. Brandt in Minneapolis, MN (13-27th Ave SE, Minneapolis 55414-3101) .
Written in English



  • Hungary


  • Archives -- Hungary -- Directories.,
  • Germans -- Hungary -- Genealogy.,
  • Hungary -- Genealogy -- Archival resources -- Directories.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementEdward Reimer Brandt.
LC ClassificationsCD1170 .B73 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination68 p. :
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1503555M
LC Control Number93182839

Download Contents and addresses of Hungarian archives


Seuss. Handy Guide to Hungarian Genealogical Records. (out of print) (find in a library) Brandt. Contents and addresses of Hungarian archives: with supplementary material for research on German ancestors from Hungary, (find in a library) Part I describes the Hungarian Archives and relevant records available in the Family History Library. The National Archives of Hungary is the general legal successor of the former county archives which amalgamated in 30 September Since 1 October the duties of county archives have been undertaken by the National Archives of Hungary. Furthermore, that time, the name of the said institution was altered for the Hungarian National Archives. Hungary: Contents and Addresses of Hungarian Archives. with Supplementary Information for Research on German-Speaking Ancestors from Hungary. Second L The starting point for researching German-speaking ancestors living in Hungary during the early part of this century, the book at hand contains up-to-date addresses of some 70 Hungarian archives--national, county, religious, and special--as well as a listing of genealogical holdings of various archives as noted in the Guide to the Archives of.

  Contents and Addresses of Hungarian Archives Only fragments of the census of Ireland are known to survive, and most such fragments are for County Antrim, in the north. However, a little-known census fragment for County Cork also survived the destruction of the Public Record Office Brand: CreateSpace Publishing. #2 (Autumn ) Beginning Your Research; Hungary's Ethnic German Farmers around , by Felix Game; On The Bookshelf (List of books and maps available for purchase); Book Review: Contents and Addresses of Hungarian Archives, by Ed Brandt; Slovak Researcher; Antiques; Errata; Research Help. The Our Lady of the Visitation Cathedral (Hungarian: Sarlósboldogasszony székesegyházi) also called Szombathely Cathedral or Cathedral of the Visitation of Our Lady is the name given to a religious building affiliated with the Catholic Church in the city of Szombathely in Hungary, it is the principal church of the Diocese of Szombathely.. With the establishment of a diocese in the Country: Hungary. Books shelved as history-hungarian: The Hungarians: A Thousand Years of Victory in Defeat by Paul Lendvai, Grappling with National Identity: How Nations.

Archives collect and preserve original documents created by organizations such as churches or governments. Libraries generally collect published sources such as books, maps, and microfilm. This section describes the major repositories of genealogical and historical records and sources for Italy. Hungarian words for book include könyv, könyvel, jegyzék and feljegyez. Find more Hungarian words at !   State Department and Foreign Affairs Records Records of the Foreign Service Posts of the Department of State (RG 84) Hungary Hungary allied with Nazi Germany early in the war. From on, Germany allowed Hungary to share in some of her booty. Hungary profited from the dismemberment of Czechoslovakia; she obtained a slice of Rumania; and she participated in the invasion and . National Archives of Hungary. The Archives' remarkable collections include medieval charters (the oldest charter dates back to , and the collection consists of almost records), plans and maps (approximately 50 pieces of records), archives of central government offices of (early) modern times, and archives of prominent Hungarian families (Eszterházy, Széchenyi, Festetics.