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Many records are digitized and online at Archion. However, digitizing the records is not complete. For records held by these archives but not yet digitized, you may wish to visit the archives.

Landeskirchliches Archiv in Württemberg (includes Hohenzollern)
Balinger Str. 33/1
70567 Stuttgart
Germany

Tel .: 0711-2149-373
Fax: 0711-2149-180
E-Mail: archiv@elk-wue.de
Website: http://www.archiv.elk-wue.de

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    • "We own microfilms of the church registers (Kirchenbücher) of all parishes of the Evangelical Church of the State of Württemberg (Evangelische Landeskirche in Württemberg). Since 1952 the State of Württemberg (up to 1918 Kingdom of Württemberg) has been part of the present day State of Baden Württemberg (see map). There are more than 1200 protestant congregations in Württemberg whose registers we have microfilmed.These microfilms include all registers (baptisms, marriages, deaths) in some cases beginning in the late 1500s up to the year 1875. From 1876 to the present day births, marriages and deaths are recorded at the local Register offices (Standesamt). Our microfilms also include the family registers (Familienregister) that were begun in 1808. One entry in the family register gives the name of the father (Hausvater) and the mother (Hausmut­ter) with the dates of their births, mar­riage and deaths. There are also men­tioned the names of the parents of this couple as well as their children. Thus there are three generations on one sheet. These microfilms can be viewed at our archives. In this case an appointment has to be made by phone beforehand (0711/2149-373). The microfilms will be loaned by written request in Germany and Europe to people willing to refund the postage. Copies of all our microfilms are also in the possession of the Genealogical Society of Utah. "

Landeskirchliches Archiv in Baden (includes Hohenzollern)
Blumenstraße 1
76133 Karlsruhe
Germany

Phone: 0721 / 9175-795
E-Mail: archiv@ekiba.de



Catholic (Katholische) Archives[edit | edit source]

Archbishop's Archives Freiburg (Baden and Hohenzollern)
Schoferstraße 3
79098 Freiburg i.Br.
Germany

Postal address:
Archbishop's Archives Freiburg
Postfach <
79095 Freiburg i.Br.
Germany

Tel .: 0761 / 2188-260
Fax: 0761 / 2188-439
Reservations required.
Many records are digitized and online at Archion. However, digitizing the records is not complete. For records held by these archives but not yet digitized, you may wish to visit the archives.