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In Their Words: A Genealogist's Translation Guide to Polish, German, Latin and Russian Documents, Volume III: Latin
This publication includes: over 100 Latin-language documents and extracts from American and European sources, analyzed and translated. They include extracts from birth, death, and marriage records of various formats; diplomas; parish histories


 

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This publication includes:

* over 100 Latin-language documents and extracts from American and European sources, analyzed and translated. They include extracts from birth, death, and marriage records of various formats; diplomas; parish histories; diocesan directories; armorials; and legal records.

* a section on Latin grammar, phonetics, and spelling;

* information on how to locate records in America and Europe;

* a chapter on gazetteers and how to use them, followed by a list of selected place names in Latin and their modern equivalents;

* a 128-page vocabulary, with particular emphasis on the terms likely to be found in records, including occupations, causes of death, terms used in titles, and so forth;

* a 22-page list of Latin given names with their equivalents in Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Spanish, and Ukrainian.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Introduction 1. Latin’s Phonetics and Structure Phonetics: The Sounds of Latin Vowels Diphthongs Consonants and Consonant Combinations Grammar First Declension Second Declension Third Declension Fourth Declension Fifth Declension The Chopping Block A Sample Sentence Adjectives Notes on the Ablative and the “Ablative Absolute” Verbs Prepositions Proper Nouns (Names of Persons and Places) Summary 2. Locating Records in America That Lead Back to Europe A. Church Records B. Civil Vital Records C. Naturalization Records D. Passenger Lists E. Social Security F. Probate Records G. Polish Fraternal Organizations H. Parish & Organizational Histories I. Obituaries and Cemetery Inscriptions J. Consular Records: Passport Applications K. Military Records L. Insurance and Fraternal Organization Death Claim Records 3. Latin Documents Created in North America Church Guidelines for Sacramental Registers Document 3-1: Newark Diocese Statutes Baptismal Certificates Document 3-2: A Preprinted Form Entry from a German Parish in Chicago Document 3-3: Preprinted Baptismal Form from an Italian Parish in Chicago Document 3-4: An Entry from a Hungarian Parish in Chicago Document 3-5: A Columnar Entry from a Cleveland Diocese Parish, with Comments Document 3-6: A Certificate Filled out from a Colchester, Connecticut Baptismal Register Document 3-7: Another Certificate from a Polish Parish, in New Britain, Connecticut Document 3-8: Another Form of Certificate from a Bayonne, NJ Baptismal Register Document 3-9: A Certificate from a Greek Catholic Parish in Olyphant, Pennsylvania Document 3-10: A Handwritten Paragraph-Form Entry in a Toledo Register Document 3-11: Another Handwritten Paragraph-form Entry Document 3-12: Another Handwritten Entry—Can You Read It? Marriage Records Document 3-13: Entry on a Preprinted From in a Canadian Parish Marriage Register Document 3-14: A Polish Marriage Register Entry with Place of Origin Details Document 3-15: A Marriage Record with Dispensation from an Italian Parish Document 3-16: A Columnar-Form Marriage Record from a Hungarian Parish Document 3-17: A Columnar Record from an Italian Parish in Chicago Document 3-18: A 1908 Columnar-Form Record from St. Boniface Church, Chicago Document 3-19: A 1909 Columnar Record from ... Argentina!? Document 3-20: Handwritten Paragraph-Form Record from Otis, Indiana Document 3-21: A Handwritten Paragraph-Form Record from Waterbury, Connecticut Document 3-22: A Handwritten Entry from a German Parish in Chicago Document 3-23: A Handwritten Entry from an Irish Church Register in Toledo Document 3-24: A Marriage Certificate Issued by a Polish Church in Brooklyn Burial Registers Document 3-25: Death Entries on Preprinted Pages from a Chicago Lithuanian Parish Document 3-26: Entries on a Preprinted Columnar Form from a Hungarian Parish Document 3-27: A Handwritten Columnar Entry from a Czech Parish in Chicago Document 3-28: Handwritten Paragraph Entries from a Chicago Orphanage Document 3-29: Handwritten Paragraph-Form Entry for a Married Woman Document 3-30: A Death Record for a Single Man Document 3-31: Death Record for an Infant Document 3-32: Death Record for a Married Man Other Sacramental Registers Document 3-33: A Confirmation Register from an Italian Parish in Chicago Diplomas Document 3-34: A Diploma Document 3-35: One More Diploma Summary 4. Finding the Right Place Gazetteers A List of Selected Place Names 5. Latin Documents Originating in Europe Entries in Sacramental Registers Instructions for Baptismal Registers Instructions for Matrimonial Registers Baptismal Entries and Certificates I. Columnar-Form Original Entries in Registers Document 5-1: 1881 Columnar Baptismal Register, Verkhnia Bilka, Ukraine Document 5-2: Columnar Register, Armenian Catholic Parish, Suceava, Romania Document 5-3: Columnar Greek Catholic Baptismal Register, Chernivtsi, Ukraine Document 5-4: Columnar Baptismal Register, Olomouc, Czech Republic Document 5-5: 1806 Entry from a Polish Parish in German-Ruled Poland Document 5-6: 1842 Entries from the Same Polish Parish in German-Ruled Poland Document 5-7: Columnar Baptismal Entry for a Convert, Chernivtsi, Ukraine Document 5-8: An Addendum Pasted into a Parish Register in Borzęcin, Poland Document 5-9: Addenda to Pope John Paul II’s Baptismal Entry, Wadowice, Poland II. Paragraph-Form Original Entries in Registers Document 5-10: 1653 Entries in Baptismal Registers, Grünau, Upper Austria Document 5-11: Baptismal Register Entries from Clonfanlough Parish, Ireland Document 5-12: Baptismal Register Entries from Biella, Italy Document 5-13: 1796 Baptismal Entry from Borriana, Biella Province, Italy Document 5-14: 1837 Baptismal Entry from Borriana, Biella Province, Italy Document 5-15: Baptismal Register Entries from Adutiškis, Lithuania Document 5-16: 1745 Baptismal Record of Kazimierz Pułaski, Warsaw, Poland Document 5-17: A Puzzling Baptismal Name Document 5-18: A Convert Is Christened with a Whole New Name III. Certificates Drawn Up on the Basis of Original Entries in Registers Document 5-19: A Slovak Baptismal Certificate Document 5-20: A Croatian Baptismal Certificate Document 5-21: A Baptismal Certificate from the Former Kingdom of Hungary Document 5-22: Baptismal Certificate from Galicia (Austrian Poland) Document 5-23: A Greek Catholic Baptismal Certificate from Galicia (Ukraine) Marriage Entries and Certificates I. Columnar-Form Original Entries in Registers Document 5-24: Columnar Marriage Entry from Western Ukraine Document 5-25: Columnar Marriage Entries from Liebenau, Upper Austria Document 5-26: A Later Entry from the Same Liebenau Register Document 5-27: An Entry from a Parish Register in Peremyshliany, Ukraine Document 5-28: An Entry from a Parish Register in Zajączkowo, German Poland Document 5-29: An Entry from a Parish Register in Blansko, Czech Republic Document 5-30: A 1764 Entry from the Blansko Register Document 5-31: A Marriage Record from Former Austrian Poland Document 5-32: 1808 Entries from a Parish in Leiden, the Netherlands II. Paragraph-Form Original Entries in Registers Document 5-33: 1764 Entry in the Register of Blansko Parish, Czech Republic Document 5-34: A 1759 Entry from Blansko, Czech Republic Document 5-35: A 1761 Entry from Karmėlava, Lithuania Document 5-36: 1869 Entries from Clonfanlough Parish, Ireland Document 5-37: 1750 Entries from Borianna, Biella Province, Italy Document 5-38: 1746 Entries from Delft, the Netherlands Document 5-39: 1703 Entries from Leiden, the Netherlands Document 5-40: 1667 Entries from Leiden, Documenting Marriages and Deaths Document 5-41: An Entry from the Parish Church in Przytuły, Poland Document 5-42: Another Marriage from Przytuły, Between Nobles Document 5-43: An 1820 Polish Marriage Entry with a Divorced Groom!? III. Certificates Drawn Up on the Basis of Original Entries in Registers Document 5-44: A Roman Catholic Marriage Certificate from Chmielnik, Poland Document 5-45: A Greek Catholic Marriage Certificate from Ostriv, Ukraine Death Entries and Certificates I. Columnar-Form Original Entries in Registers Document 5-46: Columnar Entries from a Greek Catholic Parish Church in Southern Poland Document 5-47: 1804-1895 Entries from Závadka near Spišska Nová Ves, Slovakia Document 5-48: 1873 Columnar Entries from Závadka, Slovakia Document 5-49: Death Entries from Ushnia, Ukraine Document 5-50: Entries from a Greek Catholic Parish Church in Śnietnica, Poland Document 5-51: 1943 Entries from the Same Church in Śnietnica Document 5-52: 1809 Entries from the Parish in Zhaludok, Belarus Document 5-53: 1799 Entries from Zajączkowo, Poland II. Paragraph-Form Original Entries in Registers Document 5-54: 1672 Entries from a Death Register in Grünau, Upper Austria Document 5-55: 1819 Death Register Entries from Joniškis, Lithuania Document 5-56: Death Register Entries from Clonfanlough Parish, Ireland Document 5-57: Death Register Entries from Borianna, Biella Province, Italy Document 5-58: 1644 Death Register Entries from Banská Bystrica, Slovakia Document 5-59: 1821 Entries from Jastrzębie Parish, Poland Document 5-60: Another 1821 Entry from Jastrzębie Parish, Poland Document 5-61: 1767 Entries from Zhaludok Parish, Belarus III. Certificates Drawn Up on the Basis of Original Entries in Registers Document 5-62: Death Certificate from the Roman Catholic Parish of Zarszyn, Poland Other Useful Information from Parish Registers Document 5-63: A Confirmation Register from Blansko, Czech Republic Document 5-64: Baptismal Entries for Illegitimate Children, Blansko, Czech Republic Document 5-65: Information on Parish Priests of Olomouc, Czech Republic Document 5-66: Payments Due Priests, form Borriana, Italy Document 5-67: Title Page of a “Pastoral Book,” from Leiden, the Netherlands Document 5-68: Converts Listed in the Leiden Pastoral Book Document 5-69: Villages “Looking to” a Polish Parish Church Other Latin-Language Sources Document 5-70: Parish Information from a Diocesan Directory Document 5-71: Entries from an 1832 Schematism of Ľviv Archdiocese, Ukraine Document 5-72: Entry from a Polish Book on Heraldry Document 5-73: A 1783 Document Establishing Noble Descent, Lwów, Galicia Document 5-74: Excerpts from a 19th-Century “Tabular Copy,” Ľviv (Lwów), Galicia Document 5-75: 1778 Entry from Polish Land Registers, Ciechanów, Poland Document 5-76: 1778 Entry from Polish Court Records 6. Latin Vocabulary Titles Indicative of Social Status Terms for Nobles and the Clergy Terms for Categories of Peasants Causes of Death and Other Death-Related Vocabulary Numbers, Cardinal and Ordinal Months of the Year Days of the Week Rendering of Dates Miscellaneous Time Expressions Occupations Family Relationships Master Vocabulary List 7. Latin First Names and Equivalents 8. Acknowledgements and Bibliography 9. Index

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