GenTeam adds Records from the old Austro-Hungarian Empire


GenTeam is a European online genealogy service for historians and genealogists who work independently or as a team on databases. All data at GenTeam is available free of charge. The use of GenTeam also requires no membership fee. The collection currently contains 14,409,435 entries and will be continually updated. GenTeam recently added:

  • Vienna: index of Catholic baptisms in Vienna for the years 1584-1915 – approximately 36,000 new entries
  • Vienna: index of Catholic deaths in Vienna – approximately 53,000 new entries
  • Churchbook Registry-Indices of Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Burgenland, Tirol and Poland – approximately 111,000 new entries

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“index of Catholic baptisms in Vienna for the years 1584-1915” You may want to change your headline. The Austro-Hungarian Empire existed only from 1867 to 1918.


    The statement was written by the GenTeam group. It is a list of titles they created. You might want to discuss the validity of that term with them.

    I am always reluctant to change words written by someone else. I usually publish other people’s words “as is.” In most cases, they know more about the records or product or service they are describing than I do so I believe their words should be maintained, whether I agree with those words or not.

    I have not examined the records myself but assume the record keeping was started by the Catholic Church long before the Austro-Hungarian Empire existed, and that the older records later became part of the present record collection. That would not be unusual.


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