An extensive collection of index and archival documents has been unveiled on the Geneanet platform. This collection boasts a remarkable addition of over 23 million vital records, originating from the culturally rich Baltic states.

Delving deeper into these records, researchers will discover a vast assortment of certificates, totalling 19 million from Latvia, 4 million from Estonia, and 250,000 from Lithuania. These certificates serve as invaluable resources for those keen on unearthing the lives and stories of their ancestors, spanning a timeline that encompasses the 17th to the 20th centuries.

Within these document repositories lie thousands of preserved baptism, marriage, and death registers. These registers, compiled throughout history, offer a glimpse into the significant milestones and connections of individuals who once called the Baltic states home. By exploring these registers, researchers can piece together the puzzle of their lineage, crafting a comprehensive narrative of their family’s past.

The exploration of genealogy within the Baltic states presents an opportunity for individuals to embark on a captivating journey of self-discovery and connection to their cultural heritage. With access to this extensive collection of vital records on Geneanet, researchers can nurture their passion for genealogy, bridging the gap between past and present, and gaining a profound understanding of their ancestral roots.

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