Tuesday, January 31, 200620:39:50 CET
Szekler censi online

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There was an original set of six volumes with charters relating to Szeklers' history published in the second half of the 19th century. This source of information has been available for over a year now within KlimoTheca.

Now watchers of the new additions to MEK (the Hungarian Electronic Library, run by the Hungarian National Szechenyi Library) posted on the Csaladtortenet (Family history) mailing list that volume 4 of the new series of the Szekler Charters is downloadable in the popular PDF format. Not just that, but volume 5 is there, too. I'd not be surprised if volume 6 would appear in the collection soon, as well.

Volumes 4-6 of the new series contain censuses (conscriptiones) of the Szeklers from 1575 up to 1653: volume 4 covers years 1575-1627, volume 5 has the 1635 one, while volume 6 includes censi 1635-1653.

Real treasures if your Hungarian roots go to the Szeklers' land in Transylvania.

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