Hungary, Catholic church records : COLLECTION RECORD, 1636-1895

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Hungarian
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2009

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Index of baptisms of the Roman Catholic Church in Hungary. Church records are the property of the state and are stored in the archives of the various Hungarian counties under direction of the National Archives of Hungary [Országos Leveltár] in Budapest. Included in this collection are some baptism records from localities which historically belonged to the Kingdom of Hungary, but because of changing political borders now belong to other countries. Records may appear in Hungarian, Latin and German. This collection is 95% complete. Additional records will be added as they are completed.

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