Armenia Compiled Genealogies
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Valuable guides to Armenian genealogical research:
Genealogy for Armenians and Genealogy for Armenians: a book project of the Armenian Genealogical Society by Nephi K. and Lapreal J. Kezerian. Armenian Genealogical Society Publishers, Provo, Utah, 1995
Research use: Provide the results of previous research such as pedigree lineage information and may lead to the original sources of documentation. Often provide information from record types, areas, and time periods where we have not yet been able to acquire the original records.
Record type: Compiled genealogies, organized collections of lineage data, family histories, pedigrees, family and community genealogies, whether manuscript or published.
Time period: Varies.
Contents: Names of individuals; dates and places of birth, marriage, and death; names of parents and children. Many include histories and illustrations of ancestors and ancestral homes. Community genealogies list families of a specific place. May provide source citations or copies of documents. Many are indexed.
Location: Varies; public and private libraries, archives, and other repositories.
Accessibility: May be difficult to find. Many in archives are not cataloged. Some can be acquired through interlibrary loan, through local research agents, through filming by other libraries, or by purchase.
- The Family History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, “Family History Record Profile: Armenia,” Word document, private files of the FamilySearch Content Strategy Team, 1990-1999.