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Метрические книги : Харьков (консистория), 1880-1907

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Солт Лейк Сити [С.Ш.А.] : Микрофильмирован Генеалогическим обществом штата Юта, 1999
на 5 микрофильмах ; 35 мм


Микрофильмированное издание рукописей в Государственном архиве Сумской области в Сумах, Украина.

Orthodox Church records (births, marriages, deaths) for the Khar′kov Consistory. Records consist either of unidentified localities, or of mixed localities spread across multiple districts within the consistory. The Khar′kov Consistory was located in Khar′kov province, Russia; now chiefly in Kharkiv and Sumy oblasts, Ukraine. Text in Russian.

Фонд 743, опись 1, дела 100, 148, 150, 162.

The term "Russia" in the subject heading refers to the locality designation in the historical Russian Empire or Soviet Union.



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