News from archion

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A new update from archion:

What was put online the last four weeks?

  • State church North Germany
    • further 200 church books from the parish district Rendsburg-Eckernförde
  • State church Oldenburg
    • 225 church books from different parishes
  • Pfalz (central archive)
    • 50 church books from different parishes (Release due to end of blocking period)
  • State church Westfalia
    • 22 church books from different parishes (Release due to end of blocking period)
  • State church Middle Germany (archive Eisenach)
    • 500 church books from the parish district Rudolstadt-Saalfeld

What they put actual online?

  • State church Middle Germany (archive Eisenach)
    • further church books from the parish district Rudolstadt-Saalfeld

What will come next?

  • State church Braunschweig (Brunswick)
    • church books from different parishes
  • State church North Germany
    • church books from different parishes
in Genealogy Help by Dieter Lewerenz G2G Astronaut (1.4m points)
Thanks for posting Dieter.  Detailed list at https://www.archion.de/en/news/recently-added/.  The "blocking period" is 110 years from birth, is that correct?
The problem is that in Germany, ecclesiastical registers are not part of the state registers of personal status and are therefore subject to different privacy regulations in some cases.
All data protection periods are based on European data protection law, but there are still some differences.

Protestant Church:
Baptisms 110 years (some regional churches 90 or 120 years).
Confirmations 75 years
Marriages 70 years (some regional churches 75 years)
Burials 30 years

Catholic Church:
Baptism books: 120 years after birth/baptism.
Marriage books: 100 years after marriage ceremony
Death books: 40 years after death (some also 100 years)

State civil registration books:
Marriage registers (and civil partnership registers) 80 years
birth register 110 years
Death register 30 years
Personenstandsgesetz in Deutschland (Personal Status Law in Germany )

§ 5 Continuation of civil status registers

(5) The following deadlines shall apply to the continuation of civil status registers and backup registers:
1. for marriage registers and civil partnership registers 80 years;
2. for birth registers 110 years;
3. for death registers 30 years; for death registers of the special registry office in Bad Arolsen 80 years.

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Thank you Dieter!!
by Traci Thiessen G2G6 Pilot (203k points)
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Way to go, Dieter. Well done.
by Lothar Wolf G2G6 Pilot (103k points)

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