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From: "Jennifer Crockett" <>
Subject: Re: [SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN-ROOTS] 1840's Holstein
Date: Sat, 24 Apr 2010 09:15:01 +1000
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The church baptismal records would be in archives in the local area. You
need to know the parish they were from. In the past I hired a local
researcher to get records for me.

Jennifer


-----Original Message-----
From:
[mailto:] On Behalf Of James E
Cox
Sent: Saturday, 24 April 2010 8:54 AM
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Subject: [SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN-ROOTS] 1840's Holstein

Good Day to all with an interest in Holstein family research. I have a
question re records of 1830/40's under the civil authorities of the Duke
of Holstein. Would such have remained
in Holstein with civic or church administration or would such have been
held by Danish administration and later come under German administration
as exists today. In other words
how/where would one attempt to find a birth record of 1838. I
guess I could or should be patient and wait for completion of the
Danish census transcription project. or offer my
services.
Thank you i.a. Jim Poway San Diego California




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