Guide to Liechtenstein ancestry, family history, and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, and military records.
|Liechtenstein Wiki Topics|
|Local Research Resources|
Country Information[edit | edit source]
Getting Started[edit | edit source]
Getting Started with Liechtenstein Research
Links to articles on getting started with Liechtenstein research.
Liechtenstein Research Tools
Links to articles and websites that assist in Liechtenstein research.
Finding Your Ancestors' Town in Liechtenstein[edit | edit source]
- Genealogical records are organized by geographical locality. Civil registration (government birth, marriage, and death records) and church records (christenings/baptisms, marriages, and burials) were kept at the local level. To search these records, you must know the town where your ancestors lived.
- If you do not know your ancestors' town, follow the advice in the Wiki article, Liechtenstein Finding Town of Origin, to search a variety of records that might provide that information.
Liechtenstein Clickable Map[edit | edit source]
Genealogy records are kept on the local level in Liechtenstein. Click on the name of the commune title to be linked article on research in that commune.
Communes[edit | edit source]
Genealogy records are kept on the local level in Liechtenstein. There are 11 communes. Bendern is not a commune, but records for Gamprin are listed under Bendern. 
FamilySearch Resources[edit | edit source]
Below are FamilySearch resources that can assist you in researching your family.
- Facebook Communities - Facebook groups discussing genealogy research
- Learning Center - Online genealogy courses
- Historical Records
- Family History Center locator map
References[edit | edit source]
- Wikipedia contributors, "Liechtenstein," in Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liechtenstein, accessed 27 April 2015.
- The Family History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, “Family History Record Profile: Liechtenstein,” Word document, private files of the FamilySearch Content Strategy Team, 1989-1999.