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From: Wendelin Irslinger <>
Subject: Re: [Ortenau] Ortenau data about before church book era
Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 23:42:56 +0200
yes contract books are available for other towns. There is no
possibility to research such books online.
They can contain marriage contracts, sale contracts and others.
The Oberkirch contract books (some are in the state archive, others in
Oberkirch) contain sale contracts. I remember one contract of Anton Fetz
when he sold a field and some for Peter Schappach because of his
But I believe I told you this prior.
On Mon, 17 Apr 2006 21:22:54 -0400
"Tony" <> wrote:
> Kurt and/or Wendelin,
> Reading with interest your conversation on finding family
> from towns records before there were church records available.
> These special contract books? Are they available for other towns?
> Is there a list of towns that would have contract books available?
> These contract and protocols books that you speak of perhaps contain
> information of land grants (fief) ? What other information would they
> Where would one find the information if contract books existed for
> other towns?
> Perhaps like Oberkirch or surrounding towns. Perhaps I am way off here
> but I have never heard of these contract and protocols books that you
> are speaking
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