ra_stein at telus.net
Fri Jul 5 14:51:33 PDT 2013
Al Muth answered your query very well. I can add that most of the 1862 to
1885 Rozyszcze marriage data in the VKP database comes from the St.
Petersburg Archive duplicate records. The AGAD records are from the original
parish register books, and Al is right that the Registration numbers of
individual marriages are often not the same from the two sources.
AGAD scanned the register books and put the scans on microfilm. Each set of
records on the website then corresponds to one microfilm. Knowing the years
covered by the microfilm and the year and registration number of the record
sought, one can make a guess as to where the sought record may be, and then
iterate until it is found. It is not necessary to scroll through the entire
Hope this helps,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Albert Muth" <albertmuth734 at gmail.com>
To: "Ger-Poland-Volhynia" <ger-poland-volhynia at eclipse.sggee.org>
Sent: Friday, July 05, 2013 2:28 PM
Subject: Re: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] AGAD.gov
> Yes, you really do have to scroll through all the marriages. It differs
> little from using a microfilm.
> The VKP index is relevant only in providing a date of marriage. The index
> for 1862-1885 was for the stpete records; what you are looking at with
> these online Rożyszcze records are the original records. These are not
> indexed, except 1886-1899 for births, till 1895 for marriages, etc.
> I know for certain that the marriage record numbers almost never
> correspond to what is in the VKP index.
> the record that you want is #19 on
> The beauty of these marriage records is that they record the birthplace
> names of parents (sometimes, merely the father) of single people.
> Schaedler was born in Olganówka; his bride Juliane Schlicht was
> born in the "city of Osorkow, gouv. Warschau".
> Her parents are named as Friedrich and Caroline.
> Since I have worked on Ozorków Lutheran marriages, I can tell
> you that these are Friedrich Wilhelm Schlicht and Caroline Hensel.
> and you may now find their marriage at
> #14, on the right).
> Ozorków records at this site are available for 1839-1910; so far, they
> first dozen years that you can see on LDS microfilm, but there are some
> 35 years more at the later end than have previously been available.
> Depending on when your families arrived in Ozorków (if schlicht/hensel is
> of the lines you are pursuing, you may also need to consider the earlier
> Catholic records)
> Al Muth
> On Fri, Jul 5, 2013 at 3:59 PM, Linda Bowen <lindakbowen at cox.net> wrote:
>> I'm having trouble using the site AGAD.gov where they have the
>> Parish records online.
>> I want to check the marriage record of Juliane Schlicht to Johann Karl
>> Shaedler in 1874.
>> Do you really have to scroll through all the marriages for those years
>> find the one you are looking for, or
>> am I missing something?
>> I found Reference 40 which has 296 pages and the years between 1873
>> and 1880.
>> VKP index says Page 612 Register 25
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