Czech Genealogy Research Links

Most of the Information (Czech Genealogy links) below were forwarded to me by  “ZlaticaBeca”, a contact made on

This link is to a Czech oriented genealogy page, one of a larger genealogy site: Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, and Czech Republic: Genealogy, Ancestry, and Family History Knowledge Hub

Czech Info

ActaPublica – Register of Religious Communities (need translator). This website, funded by the European Union’s European Regional Development Fund, holds the digitized records for three Regional Archives of Western (Plzeň) and Central (Prague) Bohemia and Southern Moravian (Brno).  The site will load in Czech, but most browsers offers translation to English.  Once you register, you can begin searching for those all-important parish records of births, marriages and deaths.

Archives, Database of Genealogical Information
$$ Paid site

Czech Census Searchers

Czech Genealogy for Beginners
A Blog for those who are interested in Czech genealogy, who have ancestors in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia.

Czechoslovakia Genealogy Research
– Facebook page

Czech Genealogy Resources – this site came to me courtesy of “ZlaticaBeca”, on

Czech Genealogical Site

Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International
A Resource for Czech, Slovak, Moravian, Bohemian, Rusyn, and German-Bohemian Genealogy

Czech History

Czech National Archives – needs translator

The Czech & Slovak American Genealogy Society of Illinois

Czech State Regional Digital Archives. Digital Archives State Regional Archives Třeboň:  This site offers the digital images for the State Regional Archives Trebon and State District Archives of South Bohemia.

Czech Telephone Service (in Czech) – came from  “ZlaticaBeca” (you can use browser “Translate” to view in other languages

Kde Jsme (don’t ask me what it means)
Czech name search?

Researching Czech Church Records on the Internet

Northern Bohemian Region Archives (Litomĕřice):  This site offers two nice features.  One is a very useful PDF document entitled “How to use the database”, which I highly recommend reading prior to searching.  The second is their alphabetical listings of locations and registries held here.


  1. Hi : I’m searching for Dora Zelonka or Zielonka or Zeilonka bor in 1901.You have quite a nice genealogy site.Albert

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