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Meldezettel, 1930-1940

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
German
Salt Lake City, Utah : Gefilmt durch The Genealogical Society of Utah, 2000-2005
1649 Mikrofilmrollen ; 16 mm.

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Mikrofilm aufgenommen von Manuskripten im Stadt und Landesarchiv Wien.

Meldezettelregister der Stadt Wien, mit Angaben von Geburtsdaten, Beruf, Religion, neuer und alter Wohnsitz. Diese Meldzettel sind einem Lautsystem entsprechend abgelegt.

POPULATION REGISTERS for individual residents of the city of Vienna, Austria. The cards include name, birth date and place, marital status, old and new places of residence, dates of arrival and departure. Occasionally the name of spouse and children are listed. Most records range from 1890 to 1925. The beginning name on each microfilm is shown. The same name may also appear on the preceeding microfilm. All male (männliche) names are filed first, followed by all female (weibliche) names in a separate sequence.

ABLAGESYSTEM FÜR DIE NAMEN: Alle männlichen Namen werden zuerst aufgeführt, gefolgt von allen weiblichen, in einer separaten Reihenfolge. Die mit einem Vokal beginnenden Namen sind zuerst in folgenden Gruppierungen verzeichnet: (A, Au) (E, Ei, Eu, Ey, Ä, Ai, Ay, Ö) (I, Ie, Ü, Y, J) (O, Ou) (U). Nach dem ersten Vokal sind die Namen nach dem ersten Konsonanten, den nanchfolgenden Vokalgruppen ensprechend, geordnet. Die mit einem Konsonanten beginnenden Namen sind zusammen eingeordent innerhalb ihrer eigenen phonetisch ähnlichen Konsonantengruppen: (B, P) (C, Ch, Ck, Cs, Cz, G, H, K, Ks) (D, Dh, T, Th) (F, V, W) (H) (L) (M) (N, Ng) (R) (S, Sch, Sy, Tz, Z). H wird separat unter H abgelegt wenn ein Name mit H beginnt. Wenn H nicht der erste Buchstabe ist dann gehört er zur Gruppe mit den C Varianten. Nach dem ersten Konsonanten sind die Namen nach dem zweiten Konsonanten, der Gruppierung des ersten Vokals entsprechend, eingeordnet. Häuftig verkommende Namen sind in separaten Reihenfolgen registriert.

INSTRUCTIONS: -- 1. First convert the spelling of the surname you want to find by writing it according to the phonetic letters outlined. -- 2. Then substitute the first letter of the phonetic group for the other letters in the same group. -- 3. Then find the surname in the library catalog list according to the special filing rules outlined, and note the film number associated with it. -- 4. Check to make sure you have the right selection by converting the catalog listed surnames to their phonetic spellings also.

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