Canton Graubünden, Switzerland Genealogy

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Graubünden is a German speaking canton. The canton is called Grisons in French. The Romansch language is also used by a small part of the population and some church records of this canton will also be in the Romansch language. There are many dialects used in this canton. Graubünden joined the Swiss confederation in 1803.

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Parishes in Canton Graubünden[edit | edit source]

  • Almens-Rotenbrunnen
  • Alvaneu
  • Alvaschein
  • Andeer
  • Andiast
  • Ardez
  • Arosa
  • Arvigo
  • Augio
  • Ausserferrera
  • Avers
  • Bergün (Bravuogn)
  • Bevers (Bever)
  • Bivio (Stalla, Beiva)
  • Bonaduz
  • Bondo
  • Braggio
  • Brail (Brigels)
  • Brienz (Brinzauls)
  • Brusio
  • Buseno
  • Cabbiolo
  • Cama
  • Camuns
  • Casaccia
  • Castaneda
  • Castasegna
  • Castiel
  • Castrisch (Kästris)
  • Cazis
  • Celerina (Schlarigna)
  • Chur
  • Churwalden
  • Cierfs (Cierf)
  • Conters i. P.
  • Cumbel
  • Cunter
  • Danis-Tavanasa
  • Dardin
  • Davos
  • Degen
  • Disentis (Mustér)
  • Domat (Ems)
  • Donath
  • Duvin
  • Falera
  • Fanas
  • Feldis (Veulden)
  • Felsberg
  • Fetan (Ftan)
  • Fideris
  • Filisur
  • Fläsch
  • Flerden
  • Flims (Flem)
  • Flond
  • Fuldera
  • Furna
  • Grono
  • Grüsch
  • Guarda
  • Haldenstein
  • Hinterrhein
  • Igis
  • Ilanz-Strada (Glion-Strada)
  • Innerferrera (Canicül?)
  • Jenaz
  • Jenins
  • Klosters
  • Küblis
  • Laax
  • Ladir
  • Landarenca
  • Langwies
  • Lantsch (Lenz)
  • Latsch
  • Lavin
  • Lohn
  • Lostallo
  • Lumbrein
  • Luven (Luvis)
  • Luzein
  • Madulein
  • Maienfeld
  • Maladers
  • Malans
  • Malix
  • Marmorera
  • Masein
  • Mastrils
  • Mathon
  • Medel (Lucmagn)
  • Medels im Rheinwald
  • Mesocco
  • Molinis
  • Mon
  • Morissen
  • Mulegns
  • Mutten
  • Müstair
  • Nufenen
  • Obersaxen
  • Pagig
  • Parpan
  • Parsonz
  • Paspels
  • Peist
  • Pignia (Pigneu)
  • Pitasch
  • Ponte-Camogasc (La Punt-Chamuesch)
  • Pontresina (Puntraschigna)
  • Poschiavo
  • Praden
  • Präz
  • Remüs-Manas (Ramuosch-Mna)
  • Rhäzüns
  • Riein
  • Riom
  • Rona
  • Rossa
  • Roveredo
  • Rueun
  • Ruschein
  • Saas i. Pr.
  • Safien
  • Sagens (Sagogn)
  • Salouf
  • Samaden (Samedan)
  • Samnaun (Samagnun)
  • San Vittore
  • Sankt Antönien
  • Sankt Moritz (San Murezzan)
  • Sankt Peter
  • Santa Domenica
  • Santa Maria i.C.
  • Santa Maria im Münstertal
  • Sarn
  • Savognin
  • Tartar
  • Scanfs (S-chanf)
    • Cinuskel
  • Scharans
  • Scheid
  • Schiers
  • Schlans
  • Schleins
  • Schluein
  • Schmitten
  • Schnaus
  • Schuders
  • Schuls (Scuol)
    • Scarl (S-charl)
  • Seewis i. Pr.
    • Schmitten
  • Selma
  • Sent
  • Serneus
  • Sevgein
  • Siat
  • Sils im Domleschg
  • Sils im Engadin (Segl)
  • Silvaplana (Salaplauna)
  • Soazza
  • Soglio
  • Splügen
  • Stampa
  • Stierva
  • Stuls (Stogl/Stugl)
  • Sufers
  • Sumvitg
  • Sur
  • Surava
  • Surcasti
  • Surcuolm
  • Surrein (Sumvitg)
  • Susauna (Sulsanna/Cinuos-chel)
  • Susch (Süs)
  • Tamins
  • Tarasp
  • Tenna
  • Tersnaus
  • Thusis-Rongellen
  • Tiefencastel
  • Tinizong
  • Trans
  • Trimmis
  • Trins (Trin)
  • Trun
  • Tschappina
  • Tschiertschen
  • Tschierv
  • Tschlin
  • Tujetsch (Sedrun)
  • Tumegl (Tomils)
  • Untervaz
  • Urmein
  • Valcava (Valchava)
  • Valendas
  • Vals
  • Valzeina
  • Vaz/Obervaz
  • Vella
  • Verdabbio
  • Versam
  • Vicosoprano
  • Vignogn
  • Vrin
  • Waltensburg (Vuorz)
  • Wiesen
  • Zernez
    • Brail
  • Zillis
  • Zizers
  • Zuoz

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Census Records Online[edit | edit source]

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Civil Registration[edit | edit source]

Civil registration began in Graubünden Canton in 1876. To understand the records available, read the Wiki article, Switzerland Civil Registration.

Church Records[edit | edit source]

FamilySearch has microfilmed and digitized records for some parishes in Canton Graubünden. These records can be accessed from the FamilySearch Catalog (click on Places within Switzerland, Graubünden to select the parish). There may be restrictions on viewing these records.

All Graubünden church records have been microfilmed and are available onsite at the Graubünden archive. The archive has published an inventory of church parish records showing which records are available. Due to limited space, be sure to make an appointment before viewing the records at the archive.

You will be able to write your request in German with the help of the German Letter Writing Guide.

For information on the coverage and content of church records, read Switzerland Church Records.

FamilySearch Microfilmed/Digitized Records[edit | edit source]

All microfilmed parish records have been digitized. These records may have a restriction for use only at a Family History Center near you.

Instructions:

  1. Click on Switzerland, Graubünden FamilySearch Catalog.
  2. Open the list "Places within Switzerland, Graubünden". Select your town.
  3. A list of record categories will open up. Click on "Church records".
  4. A list of available records will appear. Click on the record title you are interested in searching.
  5. Scroll down to the list of microfilm numbers. Some combination of these icons will appear at the far right of the microfilm listed for the record. FHL icons.png. The magnifying glass indicates that the microfilm is indexed. Clicking on the magnifying glass will take you to the index. Clicking on the camera will take you to an online digital copy of the microfilm.

Reading the Records[edit | edit source]

Search Strategy[edit | edit source]

This search strategy will help you determine what to write for. Limit tour requests to just one of these steps at a time. Once you have established that the parish is cooperative and perhaps more willing to do more extensive research (for a fee), you might be able to ask them for more at a time.

  • Search for the relative or ancestor you selected.
  • When you find his birth record, search for the births of his brothers and sisters.
  • Next, search for the marriage of his parents. The marriage record will have information that will often help you find the birth records of the parents.
  • You can estimate the ages of the parents and determine a birth year to search for their birth records.
  • Search the death registers for all known family members.
  • Repeat this process for both the father and the mother, starting with their birth records, then their siblings' births, then their parents' marriages, and so on.
  • If earlier generations (parents, grandparents, etc.) do not appear in the records, search neighboring parishes.

Parishes in Graubünden[edit | edit source]

This is a work in progress.

  • Almens-Rotenbrunnen - founded 1645, maybe from Thusis; catholic 1629; reformed 1738. Includes Rodels catholic, Rothenbrunnen catholic, and Pratval catholic
  • Alvaneu - catholic 1624
  • Alvaschein - catholic 1738
  • Andeer-Clugin - Clugin taken in 1894 from Donat-Patzen-Fardün-Casti and merged with Andeer; reformed 1734
  • Andiast - catholic 1628
  • Ardez - 1538 became Reformed; reformed 1800
  • Arosa, originally with Peist, 1649 had own priest; reformed 1663
  • Arvigo - catholic 1678
  • Augio - catholic 1681
  • Ausserferrera - reformed 1831
  • Avers - ancient, 1519 - reformed 1744
  • Bergün (Bravuogn) - Bergün becomes Reformed 1562; reformed 1586.
  • Bevers (Bever) - ancient, 1552 becomes Reformed; reformed 1655
  • Bivio (Stalla, Beiva) - old, 1584 becomes Reformed. No priest 1605-1642, 1605-1638 by Oberengadin, 1638-1642 by Chur; catholic 1631, reformed 1695. Includes Marmorera catholic
  • Bonaduz - catholic 1738
  • Bondo - old, first priest before 1555; reformed 1663
  • Braggio - catholic 1659
  • Brail (Brigels) - catholic 1625
  • Brienz (Brinzauls) - catholic 1627
  • Brusio - old, first priest 1555; catholic 1631, reformed 1592
  • Buseno - catholic 1665
  • Cabbiolo - catholic 1683
  • Cama - catholic 1641. Includes Leggia catholic
  • Camuns - catholic 1693
  • Canicül - see Innerferrera
  • Casaccia - old, becomes Reformed in 1551; reformed 1676
  • Castaneda - catholic 1776
  • Castasegna - old, first priest 1555; reformed 1686
  • Castiel-Calfreisen-Lüen - first priest 1571; reformed 1685. Includes Calfreisen and Lüen ref.
  • Castrisch (Kästris) - Reformed in 1537, first priest in 1570; reformed 1822
  • Cazis - catholic 1634
  • Celerina (Schlarigna) - becomes Reformed 1577; reformed 1612
  • Chur
    • Chur - St. Martin - old, first priest 1523, communal 1858; reformed 1575. Includes Masans, possibly Passugg and Araschgen
    • Chur - St. Regula - old, first priest 1530, communal 1858, independent 1874; reformed 1574
    • Chur - Freiprediger - first priest 1617, communal 1858
    • Chur - French parish - first priest 1687
    • Chur - Catholic - catholic 1695
    • Chur-Araschga - 1896 established from Churwalden, Chur, and Malix
  • Churwalden - first priest 1616; catholic 1640; possibly includes Passugg and Araschgen. Reformed 1700, possibly includes Passugg and Araschgen.
  • Cierfs (Cierf) - first priest 1654 - not listed
  • Conters i. P. - reformed 1647
  • Cumbel - catholic 1650
  • Cunter - catholic 1725
  • Danis-Tavanasa (Gemeinde Breil/Brigels) - catholic 1694
  • Dardin (Gemeinde Breil/Brigels) - catholic 1664
  • Davos
    • Davos-Dorf-Laret - independent parish in 1680; reformed 1680
    • Davos-Frauenkirch - provided by Davos-Platz through end of 1600s; first priest 1680
    • Davos-Glaris - cared by Davos-Platz until middle-1600s. First priest 1654; reformed 1710
    • Davos-Monstein - filial parish of Davos-Glaris until 1719; reformed 1772
    • Davos-Platz - very old, first priest for Reformed 1526; reformed 1559
    • Davos-Platz - Lutheran, founded end of 1860s, first priest 1874.
    • Davos-Platz - St. Paulus, founded 1891
  • Degen - reformed 1838 (see Igels pre-1838)
  • Disentis (Mustér) - catholic 1770
  • Domat (Ems) - catholic 1692
  • Donath-Patzen-Fardün-Casti - until 1647 belonged to Zillis, but had a priest since 1626; reformed 1686, includes Casti, Clugin, Patzen, Fardün.
  • Duvin - old, first priest 1589. Merged in 1892 with Pitasch and Riein; reformed 1688.
  • Falera - catholic 1722
  • Fanas - old, first priest 1574; reformed 1715.
  • Feldis (Veulden) - was overseen by Tamins and Domleschg until 1638 when first priest; reformed 1754.
  • Felsberg - belonged to Chur early, also to Tamins 1570-1622, first priest 1662; reformed 1711.
  • Ferrera (Ausser-Ferrera) - filial of Andeer until 1700. Canicül broke off in 1837. Part of Andeer after 1867. not listed
  • Fetan (Ftan) - old, Reformed in 1543; reformed 1699.
  • Fideris - belonged to Jenaz until 1641; reformed 1645.
  • Filisur - became Reformed 1590; reformed 1680.
  • Fläsch - old, Reformed in 1524; reformed 1822.
  • Flerden - 1653 with Urmein becomes a parish from Portein-Sarn. Full split in 1658; reformed 1681.
  • Flims (Flem) - old, first Reformed priest 1564; reformed 1672.
  • Flond - belonged to Ilanz until 1726. First priest 1729; reformed 1714.
  • Fuldera - belonged to St. Maria until 1714; reformed 1623.
  • Furna - belonged to Jenaz until 1672; reformed 1668.
  • Grono - catholic 1648
  • Grüsch - old, first priest 1557; reformed 1685
  • Guarda - old, first priest 1529. Merged with Lavin in 1892; reformed 1761
  • Haldenstein - became Reformed in 1616; reformed 1741, entries before 1741 possibly listed in Chur.
  • Hinterrhein - old, first priest 1551. Filial of Nufenen becomes independent in 1696. Merged with Nufenen in 1874; reformed 1751.
  • Igis - old, first priest 1523; reformed 1617
  • Ilanz-Strada (Glion-Strada) - 1526 becomes Reformed, Strada merged with it in 1537; reformed 1595; includes Strada i. O., Schnaus until 1700. Catholic 1860
  • Innerferrera (Canicül?) - independent in 1837 from Ferrera. Part of Avers in 1867; reformed 1781.
  • Jenaz - Fideris and Furna belonged to the parish. First priest 1527; reformed 1804.
  • Jenins - old, first priest 1572. Merged with Malans in 1882; reformed 1745.
  • Klosters - Reformation in 1527; reformed 1714
  • Küblis - reformed 1525, first priest 1558; reformed 1646
  • Laax - catholic 1632
  • Ladir - catholic 1684
  • Landarenca - catholic 1680
  • Langwies - old, first priest 1530; reformed 1680.
  • Lantsch (Lenz) - catholic 1628
  • Latsch first priest 1615, united with Bergün in 1913; reformed 1716.
  • Lavin - old, first priest 1529; reformed 1700.
  • Lohn - first priest 1596; Mathon-Wergenstein belonged to Lohn until 1685. 1887 merged with Mathon, Donath, and Zillis; reformed 1705.
  • Lostallo - catholic 1641.
  • Lumbrein - catholic 1638.
  • Lü-Lüsai - with Fuldera, own parish 1801-1842, belonged again to Fuldera afterward; reformed 1837.
  • Luven (Luvis) - belonged to Ilanz until 1650, but had own priest since 1599. Independent in 1651; reformed 1756.
  • Luzein - first priest 1570; reformed 1642; includes Pany.
  • Madulein - Reformation and first priest 1554. 1871-1919 belonged to Ponte, 1919 onward to Zuoz; reformed 1663.
  • Maienfeld - old; Reformation 1525, first priest 1524; reformed 1720.
  • Maladers - last Schafnigger Catholic parish, Reformed in 1599. Belonged to Chur; first priest in 1639. In 1912 became part of Castiel; reformed 1825.
  • Malans - old, first priest 1526; reformed 1721.
  • Malix - first priest 1591-1598, but had a combined parish "for a long time" with Churwalden and Parpan; reformed 1709; possibly inclues Passugg and Araschgen.
  • Marmorera - catholic 1688.
  • Masein - belonged to Thusis until 1731. Returned to Thusis in 1873; reformed 1742.
  • Mastrils - Reformation in 1610. Catholics built their own church in 1686. First priest 1614; catholic 1702, reformed 1837.
  • Mathon-Wergenstein. Belonged to Lohn until 1654, but confirmed by the Synod in 1685. First priest 1685. Merged with Zillis in 1886; reformed 1731, includes Wergenstein.
  • Medel (Lucmagn) - catholic 1697.
  • Medels im Rheinwald - 1726 part of Splügen. Merged with Splügen and Sufers in 1888; reformed 1726.
  • Mesocco - catholic 1677.
  • Molinis - reformed 1821.
  • Mon - catholic 1631.
  • Morissen - catholic 1806.
  • Mulegns - catholic 1675.
  • Mutten - first priest 1591, but "mostly overseen from others"? Since 1911 belonged to Sils i.D.; reformed 1837.
  • Müstair - catholic 1615; after 1800 include Santa Maria i. M.
  • Nufenen - 1641 church built. Until 1696 belonged to Hinterrhein; reformed 1628, includes Hinterrhein until 1698.
  • Obersaxen - catholic 1621.
  • Pagig - reformed 1821.
  • Parpan - Until 1606 a filial of Malix, got own priest in 1606. Merged to Churwalden in 1880; reformed 1669.
  • Parsonz - catholic 1726.
  • Paspels - catholic 1851.
  • Peist - "for a long time belonged to St. Peter, Langwies, or Castiel, or merged with Arosa". Merged with St. Peter in 1907; reformed 1720.
  • Pignia (Pigneu) - had its own church in 1782, belonged to Andeer before that. Merged to Andeer in 1840; reformed 1838, before see Panix.
  • Pitasch - was merged with Duvin; 1639 had own priest; reformed 1715.
  • Ponte-Camogasc (La Punt-Chamuesch) - old, Refmoration 1554; reformed 1611,includes Bever and Madulain 1637-1684.
  • Pontresina (Puntraschigna) - old, Reformation 1555; reformed 1736.
  • Poschiavo - old, Reformation 1549; catholic 1614, reformed 1627.
  • Praden - reformed, 1820; perhaps includes Passugg and Araschgen.
  • Präz - old, first priest 1526; reformed 1609.
  • Remüs-Manas (Ramuosch-Mna) - first priest 1568; reformed 1764.
    • Manas - Filial, cared by Remüs until 1667, when it could have its own priest, stayed this way until 1761 when it was cared by Remüs again.
  • Rhäzüns - catholic 1650.
  • Riein - first priest 1589. Since 1872 merged with Pitasch; reformed 1817.
  • Riom - catholic 1638; includes Cunter as well as Parsonz until 1725.
  • Rona - catholic 1838, includes Tinizong until 1861.
  • Rossa - catholic 1677.
  • Roveredo - catholic 1670.
  • Rueun - catholic 1628.
  • Ruschein - catholic 1648.
  • Saas i. Pr. - first priest with the town of Conters 1549; reformed 1742.
  • Safien
    • Safien-Neukirch - first church built 1698. Probably from Safien-Platz. Merged with Platz in 1880; reformed 1692.
    • Safien-Platz - Reformed 1523, second priest in 1579; reformed 1692
    • Safien-Talkirch - part of Safien-Platz until 1738. Merged with Safien-Platz in 1852; reformed 1684.
  • Sagens (Sagogn) - first priest 1713; catholic 1633, with Schluein unil 1719 and Ilanz; reformed 1713.
  • Salouf - catholic 1641.
  • Samaden (Samedan) - old, Reformed in 1551; reformed 1639.
  • Samnaun (Samagnun) - old, priests since before 1571. The parish seems to end in 1835; where it is assigned after that?; catholic 1765.
  • San Vittore' - catholic 1599.
  • Sankt Antönien - first priest 1516; reformed 1687. Includes Castels (Meierhof), Ascharina, and Rüti.
  • Sankt Moritz (San Murezzan) - Reformed in 1577, overseen by Celerina 1577-1583, independent 1583; reformed 1662.
  • Sankt Peter-Papig-Molinis - Reformed 1530; reformed 1686, includes Molinis and Pagig.
  • Santa Domenica - catholic 1681.
  • Santa Maria i.C. - catholic 1598.
  • Santa Maria im Münstertal - first priest 1528; catholic 1623; reformed 1766.
  • Sarn-Portein-Tartar - first priest in 1557; reformed 1634; includes Portein and Tartar.
  • Savognin - catholic 1623.
  • Tartar - parish from 1603-1661? unsure what happened to this.
  • Scanfs-(S-chanf)-Cinuskel-Sulsanna - first priest 1569; reformed 1633.
    • Cinuskel - Filial of Scanfs, permission for a teacher and priest in 1658; 1834 returned completely to Scanfs.
  • Scharans-Fürstenau - first priest 1521; reformed 1573; includes Fürstenau.
  • Scheid - Reformed 1583. Merged with Feldis in 1845; reformed 1684.
  • Schiers - Reformed 1563; reformed 1650.
  • Schlans - catholic 1629.
  • Schleins-Strada-Martinsbruck (Tschlin-Strada-Punt Martina) - first priest before 1545. Church built in Martinsbruck approximately 1700. Strada creates a Gemeinde in 1838.
  • Schluein - catholic 1719; includes Ilanz.
  • Schmitten - catholic 1690;
  • Schnaus - belonged to Ilanz until 1692. Merged to Waltensburg in 1865; reformed 1837.
  • Schuders - first priest 1573; reformed 1700.
  • Schuls-Scarl (Scuol-S-charl) - first priest 1524; reformed 1685.
    • Scarl (S-charl) - Filial of Schuls, got the right for a priest in 1658. Returned to Schuls in 1754.
  • Seewis i. Pr.-Schmitten - Reformed parish established in 1590. Schmitten (part of Seewis) - reformed 1696. Seewis reformed 1644.
    • Schmitten - small church built in 1696, belonged to Seewis.
  • Selma - catholic 1623; includes Cauco.
  • Sent - frist priest 1545; reformed 1774.
  • Serneus - Filial of Klosters until 1723, even though it had its own priest since 1579; reformed 1689.
  • Sevgein - catholic 1649; includes Ilanz until 1860.
  • Siat - catholic 1647.
  • Sils im Domleschg - first priest 1521; reformed 1630.
  • Sils im Engadin (Segl) - first priest 1555. Merged to Silvaplana in 1885; reformed 1679.
  • Silvaplana-Campfèr (Salaplauna-Champfer) - first priest 1560; reformed 1637, includes Champfèr.
  • Soazza - catholic 1631.
  • Soglio - first priest 1552. Reformed in 1555; reformed 1650..
  • Splügen - first priest before 1552; reformed 1630; includes Medels i. Rh.
  • Stampa-Borgonovo-Maloja - first priest 1549; reformed 1660.
  • Stierva - catholic 1641.
  • Stuls (Stogl/Stugl) -with Latsch until 1689, independent until 1924, merged with Bergün; reformed 1707.
  • Sufers - belonged to Splügen until 1729. Merged along with Medels to Splügen; reformed 1630.
  • Sumvitg - catholic 1639.
  • Sur - catholic 1683.
  • Surava - catholic 1680.
  • Surcasti - catholic 1724; includes Uors.
  • Surcuolm - catholic 1747.
  • Surrein (Sumvitg) - catholic 1744.
  • Susauna (Sulsanna/Cinuos-chel) - priests in 1723 (still was part of Scanfs before that?; 1834 returned completely to Scanfs; reformed 1723, includes Cinuos-chel.
  • Susch (Süs) - first priest 1550; reformed 1697.
  • Tamins - first priest 1546; reformed 1652.
  • Tarasp - catholic 1625.
  • Tenna - first priest 1573, merged with Versam in 1915; reformed 1666.
  • Tersnaus - catholic 1804; includes Sankt Martin.
  • Thusis-Rongellen - first priest 1525. Church and rectory burned in 1727; reformed 1601.
  • Tiefencastel - catholic 1631.
  • Tinizong - catholic 1812.
  • Trans - separated from Almens in 1725. First priest 1723. Between 1878-1930 merged to Feldis-Scheid, 1930 merged to Almens. not listed
  • Trimmis-Says - First Reformed preaching in 1613, 1614 new parish; reformed 1806; includes Says; catholic 1705, includes Says.
  • Trins (Trin) - first priest 1535; reformed 1666.
  • Trun - catholic 1656.
  • Tschappina - first priest 1578. Merged along with Urmein to Flerden; reformed 1582.
  • Tschiertschen-Praden - first priest 1572; reformed 1646, along with Praden includes possibly Passugg and Araschgen.
  • Tschierv - reformed 1754.
  • Tschlin - reformed 1774.
  • Tujetsch (Sedrun - catholic 1664.
  • Tumegl (Tomils) - catholic 1631; includes Paspels until 1837?
  • Untervaz - Reformed parish in 1611 overseen by Chur. Most of the parish was united with Zizers until 1670. First priest 1620; reformed 1611, catholic 1686.
  • Urmein - Until 1653, Urmein a Filial of Portein. Separated from Flerden in 1722. Merged to Flerden in 1877; reformed 1725.
  • Valcava (Valchava) - First priest in 1688. From 1807 onward is the parish part of Fuldera or St. Maria. (1807-1813 - St. Maria, 1813-1818 - Fuldera, 1818-1865 - St. Maria, 1865-1870 - maybe part of Schiers. Since 1870 part of St. Maria; reformed 1837.
  • Valendas - The Filial Versam belonged to Valendas until 1673. First priest in Valendas 1523; reformed 1677.
  • Vals - catholic 1631.
  • Valzeina - Belonged to Igis, Zizers, Seewis, Fanas, and Grüsch until 1649. First priest 1649; reformed 1679.
  • Vaz/Obervaz - catholic 1642; reformed 1838.
  • Vella - catholic 1633. Includes Degen before 1838, Morissen until 1805, Vignogn, and Peiden.
  • Verdabbio - catholic 1838; earlier registers cannot be found.
  • Versam - Belonged to Valendas until 1673, though had a church since 1634; reformed 1705.
  • Vicosoprano - first priest in 1526; reformed 1658.
  • Vignogn - catholic 1696.
  • Vrin - catholic 1775.
  • Waltensburg (Vuorz) - first priest in 1526; reformed 1638.
  • Wiesen - belonged to Davos or Filisur until the beginning of the 1600s. 1608 first priest; reformed 1655.
  • Zernez-Brail - first priest 1537; Catholic mass held until 1553; reformed 1758.
    • Brail - allowed a cemetery in 1640 but not established as of 1661. 1658 allowed to have a priest but still part of Zernez.
  • Zillis - reformed 1660.
  • Zizers - 1572, Reformed allowed to use the church; 1614 a church built. Until 1840, Mastrils is a Filial; reformed 1646, catholic 1632.
  • Zuoz - First priest in 1554; reformed 1723.