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2 edition of Joss family record of Oberthal, nr. Zäziwil, Xt. Bern, Switzerland found in the catalog.

Joss family record of Oberthal, nr. Zäziwil, Xt. Bern, Switzerland

Edward Clarence Joss

Joss family record of Oberthal, nr. Zäziwil, Xt. Bern, Switzerland

with descendants in America, 1767-1964.

by Edward Clarence Joss

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Published in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Joss family.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.J83 1971
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20, 2, 2, 2, 33 l.
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5342530M
    LC Control Number72196559

      Jost family of Switzerland By Ann Leuenberger Febru at Looking for any information on the following family: Descendants of Elias JOST 1 Elias JOST +unknown 2 Andreas JOST b: Mar. 19, in Wynigen Bern, Switzerland d: Apr. 12,   Switzerland Death-Records At is not affiliated with any government agency and is funded by third party advertisements to support it's running costs including hosting,updates and information collection.

      Went to Cyndislist to check when birth registration started in Switzerland and nothing listed under Vital Records as for most countries. Then checked a reference book and it says "prior to civil registration was the responsibility of each canton and the dates when registration began vary from canton to canton. The canton of Berne is bilingual (German: Kanton Bern: French: Canton de Berne) and has a population of about , () of which , (or %) are foreigners. The canton is located in west-central Switzerland and the city of Berne is its capital. Source: Wikipedia. surnames.

      Today we are visiting Bern, the capital of Switzerland which will make you feel like Dorothy strolling around Oz! Join us as we wait for the famous .   A brief insight of Bern, the capital city of Switzerland - This Documentary was telecast on MTA International on 15th & 16th March A presentation of MTA Switzerland Studios.


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