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Header in Gothic typeface & German language; some words use archaic spelling: [Seite] 114, Trauungs=Buch Jahr Monath und Tag der Trauung. Bräutigam -Wohnort -Haus Nro. -Taufnahme [sic], Familien=Nahme, Stand. -Religion - Katholisch / Akatholisch -Altersjahre -Ledig / Wittwer Braut -Wohnort -Haus Nro. -Taufnahme [sic], Familien=Nahme, Stand. -Religion - ...


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The page is written in German, in the Kurrent handwriting style 12. Joseph Gregorzhizh Klein=Zirnik 13. März '802 Weib [=wife], Maria Jurglizh 8. Dec. '805 Sohn [=son], Franz 27. Nov. '839 dto. [=ditto], Martin 30. Sept. '842 Tochter [=daughter], Maria 4. Feb. '838 Johann, Bruder [=...


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Since the baptism record transcript has a field for birth date as well the baptism date, probably THIS child was baptised on the date of birth. At this point, you probably have seen a wider range of examples for the region and time-period in question than anyone else here. You could create your own analysis. See Average time between birth and baptism in the ...


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In the Diocese of Gurk just adjacent (north) to the Diocese of Ljubljana it was also quite common that newborns were baptized on the same day from what I saw when looking at the church records there. When birth and baptism hours were clearly indicated it showed that often baptism happened within 12 hours after birth (e.g. born after midnight and baptized in ...


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I don't think the word "sham" applies, and no, it was not a common or widespread practice. Your example has the second and third cases of adult adoption that I have encountered in ten years of Hungarian genealogy research. Based on what I can find online, such adoption contracts were usually between a childless older adult and a younger adult, and they were ...


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Corrections Andreas Gregorzhizh ... Sohn, Johann 12 Apr. '811 30 ??? ??? Hube? do. Mathia ... do. Andreas ... Tochter, Anna 18. Apr. '809 unehel. T. [=uneheliche Tochter, =illegitimate daughter] Agnes am 17 Januar '840 dto Anna 26 April '842 ... Ursula, 2t. Ehe [=2nd marriage] ... I think the struckout duplicate entry of ...


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Generally, a cross preceeding or following a name indicates "deceased". If there is a date, it is "died on" (that date). Both styles were used over centuries of records, although my subjective impression is that the fancier form is older. The cross was also used in the image for What are names and dates in this Status Animarum for Mali Cirnik 13?, and ...


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Place is probably Gorenje Lakovnice, Novo Mesto, Slovenia, "and belongs to the Parish of Novo Mesto–Šmihel". As in a previous answer, Fuzzy Gazetteer and GOV led to the above result. In the record images, "Gorn." is clearly an abbreviation; the full word seems to have a number of grammatical forms, depending on the following word.


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Most of your transcript matches my reading. Corrections/alternate transcriptions: ...Weib, Maria Sladizh ... ...Tochter, Maria ...geheirathet nach Posharzhe Rikarerd? Johanistha[l?, lost in margin] [=married (in)to Posharzhe...] ... ...Anna Greleng? [pencilled in, no date] Notes: Location of Posharzhe tbd - best matches by ...


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A few corrections: Audmnad = Andreas Aiuer = Anna Martin = Mathia(s)? Not sure about the surname.


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Before the start of civil registration, vital records were the responsibility of churches. According to Dvorzsák's gazetteer (https://kt.lib.pte.hu/cgi-bin/kt.cgi?konyvtar/kt03110501/0_0_1_pg_14.html), Jewish residents of Gecse in Abaúj-Torna county were recorded in Szina (Abaújszina, now Seňa, Slovakia). Unfortunately, FamilySearch does not appear to have ...


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In my investigations in Spanish catholic records I found that the difference is on the order of 1 week. And, when baptism occurs at the same day or the day after is very often (around 80%) a clear signal that the baby was born dead or died that day or the next one. If we think a similar behaviour might happen in Slovenian church I would recommend to ...


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My underlying question (whether Gaiter Adalbert in the Loss List is the same person as my Gaiter Béla) hasn't been answered yet, but I have been made aware of some resources that may help others looking for Austro-Hungarian WWI military information. http://www.magyarezredek.hu/ Magyar ezredek az első világháborúban (Hungarian Regiments in the First World ...


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There should be a death record somewhere. And, since he didn't die in battle, a grave. Did he die within the current limits of Hungary? If so, he should be in the Hungarian archives. Have you searched here? http://www.macse.hu/society/en/kezdolap.php There are some other sites to search Hungarian vital records and also cemetery records. If he died ...


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If that was an English registration I would suspect a very sickly baby that was not expected to survive long enough for the usual gap to baptism and the priest was called to ensure the child's soul didn't go into purgatory.


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