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www.GenTeam.eu - approximately 610,000 additional entries online
Vienna, July 5th, 2015
New at GenTeam:
1 New: Jewish Registers in the Burgenland, Austria
2 New: Index of motor vehicle owners in Austria
approximately 66,000 entries
3 Diocese Passau (Germany):
approximately 284,000 new entries
4 Vienna: index of Catholic Baptisms
approximately 97,000 new entries
5 Vienna: index of Catholic death records in Vienna
6 Register Indices from Lower and Upper Austria, Burgenland, Bohemia
approximately 121,000 new entries.
On my own account:
With today’s new online records, the 29,700 registered users have immediately 12,3 million entries at their disposal. At this point, I would like to thank all those individuals, who have in the last 5.5 years furnished GenTeam with vital information, all those who work on long-term projects, but also all those who have worked behind the scenes to ensure
that GenTeam functions properly and continues to expand.
GenTeam is a European platform, through which historians and genealogists who work independently or as a team on databases can furnish this data free of charge to all researchers. All data at GenTeam is available free of charge. By the way, the use of GenTeam requires no membership fee.
Other developments created parallel to GenTeam are the www.GenList.at, a bilingual mailing list with more than 1,600 members as well as the genealogical link collection found at www.GenLink.at.
Now to the new update
1 New: Jewish Registers in the Burgenland
This new database is the total compilation of the still existing Jewish register Duplicates in the Burgenland from 1832-1895. up to now the following communities were reviewed: Eisenstadt, Frauenkirchen, Gattendorf, Güssing, Kittsee, Kobersdorf and Mattersdorf (now Mattersburg). You will find an exact breakdown of the time frame of the database under the Help Function.
2 New: Index of Automobile owners in Austria in 1938
approximately 66,000 entries
This new database was furnished by the Vienna Technical Museum and contains approximately 66,000 owners of automobiles registered in Austria in 1938.
Included are about 2,800 owners of motor vehicles expropriated by the National Socialists.
3 Diocese Passau, Germany:
approximately 284.000 new entries
Of the approximate 2,72 million register entries of the Passau Diocese about
440.000 marriages and are complete, about 1,3 million are baptisms, and the remainder are deaths. In this data base you will find parish, volume, page number, surname, given name, date/year of event, not always profession, and place of residence. You will find the parish registers of the dioceses itself online at www.matricula-online.eu. A table of the parishes with reviewed time frames and important tips you will find under Help/information).
The archives of the Diocese of Passau and GenTeam really appreciate transmission of all corrections, as well as all the new records.
4 Baptismal Index of Vienna between
1585 and 1900
approximately 97.000 new records, approximately 925.000 records already
Baptismal records from the following parishes ware added (number =
01 Sankt Stephan, 01 Bürgerspital, 02 Sankt Leopold, 03 Rennweg, 03 Landstraße, 04 Sankt Karl Borromäus, 05 Sankt Josef Margarethen (Margareten), 05 Sankt Florian (Matzleinsdorf), 07 Schottenfeld, 08 Gebäranstalt (birthing institute), 09 Votivkirche and 19 Grinzing.
You will find a table of all parishes with updated time frames under Help/info at the database.
At this point I would like to express my heart-felt gratitude by Helga Hörmann, Eva Korbl, Elisabeth Kultscher, Martha Melchart, Dr. Günter Oppitz, Gerda Smodej, Jesko Stampa, Judith Starke, Walter Thurner, Mireille Trauner as well as to all the individuals, who already work on additional indices which will be put online in the near future.
I also want to invite you, to help with this index. Please, simply contact me at kontakt(a)GenTeam.at
5 Index of Catholic Deaths in Vienna
Since the list of the deceased in the Viennese Newspaper "Wiener Zeitung"
contains vast gaps (even with consideration of Viennese historic borders) on average 40% of the deceased are missing; therefore, we at GenTeam have begun an index of the Catholic Burials.
The followint new records were added:
01 Am Hof, 01 Hofburg, 01 St. Peter. You will find an exact listing under help/info at the database.
Further parish records are already in the works.
I would like to express my heart-felt appreciation to Monika Fischer.
6 Church records Indices from Lower and Upper Austria, Burenland,
Bohemia and Moravia:
approximately 121.000 new entries from Catholic registers have been added.
You will find the parishes with updated time frames under Help/info at the database.
Grainbrunn, Kaumberg, Loich, Rabenstein an der Pielach, Sankt Georgen am Steinfeld, Sankt Johann bei Heinrichschlag, Schönbach, Texing, Traunstein, Unserfrau, Waidhofen an der Ybbs
Reichenau/Rychnov nad Knezou
At this point I would like to express many thanks to Klaudia Frühwirt, Gottfried Füreder, Franziska Heidrich, Johann Hochstöger, Rudolf Hütthaler, Elisabeth Kultscher, Marta Melchart, Franz Pögl, Johann Reisenhofer, Franz Spevacek, Ursula Stiermayr, Christoph Tietz and Theodora Winkler!
We would be more than happy if you too would like to play a part with GenTeam by creating a database or furnishing an already completed database.
However, should you only have questions, please, contact me anytime.
Tel = 0043 676 40 11 059
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