If you study history of the family that to you registers of births will be necessary. Registers of births are the main documentary source when studying history some kind of, drawing up a family tree, generation list and family tree.
Registers of births of churches are blotters of acts of the birth and a baptism, wedding and death. They were filled with that priest who crowned, christened and read the burial service over parishioners of the arrival. Registers of births started being kept in churches not earlier than 1722. Each book consisted of three parts containing the following data:
about the birth - date of birth and baptisms, a name and a surname, a residence and religion of parents and God parents, legality and illegality of the birth;
about marriage - the name, a surname, a residence, a nationality, religion of the groom and bride, at what age marry, date of wedding, a surname and names of witnesses;
about death - a name, a surname, a residence, age of the dead, date and a cause of death, a burial place.
Registers of births were kept in duplicate: one went for storage in archive of a consistory (establishment with church and administrative and judicial functions who submitted to the diocesan bishop), the second - remained in church. Registers of births in church arrivals till 1918 were kept (in some areas till 1921), then civil registration was transferred to sections the REGISTRY OFFICE of local executive authorities.
Civil registrations in synagogues were kept according to approximately same schemes (the birth, a trimming ceremony, wedding, death).
By the legislation of the former USSR and the majority of the CIS countries registers of births within 75 years are stored in bodies the REGISTRY OFFICE, and then are transferred to the state archives on continuous storage.
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