Czech Census records on FamilySearch

Started by Randy Schoenberg on Thursday, August 1, 2013


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8/1/2013 at 5:40 AM has added census records from 1843-1921 described
as follows:

Censuses for the Czech Republic. Currently includes only those for
Northern Bohemia housed in the regional archive of Litomerice, for
Eastern Bohemia housed in the district archive of Trutnov, for Southern
Bohemia housed in the regional archive of Trebon, and for Northern
Moravia and Silesia housed in the regional archive of Opava.


8/22/2013 at 8:42 AM

Eastern Bohemia housed in the district archive of Zámrsk:

8/23/2013 at 11:52 AM

Will this info be shared with austria-czech sig list.

9/16/2013 at 1:46 PM

comment to Census 1921 .. my greatgrandpa lived in Komotau [Chomutov], and was the house owner in Fleischbankgasse [Nerudova] .. i did not find him in the list ... what is more interstenig i did not find any other jewish house owners ... were they taken by german out or ... ?
... from the cadastral office i have the infos on the ownership approved

Private User
9/16/2013 at 3:14 PM

The 1921 Census for Krummau (Cesky Krumlov) & nearby places certainly includes Jewish people, and no obvious sign of missing pages. Just can be very difficult to find households, even when you know the house number.

9/17/2013 at 12:32 PM

@Thomas Fürth
You can find some of the censuses at Digital Archives of SRA Trebon.

Here I found the 1919 census for Cesky Krumlov with an index

Here are all surnames of people living in Cesky Krumlov 1919.

I found a family that I could not find on badatelna becouse the records from Cesky Krumlov are missing.

I think there are also censuses from other places than Cesky Krumlov on the site of Digital Archives of SRA Trebon. You could subscribe on news e-mails from SRA Trebon

Private User
9/17/2013 at 2:20 PM

Thomas, Thank you so much for the information on the electronic indexes to the census (actually 1900 rather than 1919). It doesn't yet includes all the areas, but was lucky to find a missing part of my family in the part that was indexed.
The electronic index is hyperlinked to the exact entry page, so very quick to see if someone is the person for whom you are searching.

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