Baptismal certificates database issued by the Prelature of Armenians from the south of France, handwritten in French and used as interim civil status records for the refugees of the Armenian Genocide. Baptisms certificate records are kept in the archives of ARAM in Marseille. There are 12 records totaling 1,000 sheets.
So far 4 registers totaling 550 sheets, have been recorded and transcribed as written on the card. You can go through the list (alphabetically, by city, by date, by name) by clicking on the column headings. You can also use the Search section.
Each record contains the following data: the name and surname of the person, the father’s name, the mother’s maiden name, the location (city or village) and the date of birth, the name of the priest who baptized the person, the name of the godfather of baptism, and the date of the act and observations. About 100 sheets are accompanied by identity pictures pinned on the back by first and last name, date and place of birth of the person in a town or village of Anatolia and Ottoman Turkey.