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“…Similarly to the Nordic countries, for centuries the registration of births, marriages, and deaths in Poland was a church function -whether Lutheran, Roman Catholic, Greek Orthodox, Orthodox, or Jewish -and the registration records were kept in the locality where the event took place (Skytthe et al 2010). Depending on where and when they were created, the records might be written in Polish, in German, in Russian, or in Latin. With the beginning of the secular registration of events in 1946, these registration records were transferred to local government registry offices, the USC (Urząd Stanu Cywilnego).…”
Section: Birth and Marriage Registrationmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Similarly to the Nordic countries, for centuries the registration of births, marriages, and deaths in Poland was a church function -whether Lutheran, Roman Catholic, Greek Orthodox, Orthodox, or Jewish -and the registration records were kept in the locality where the event took place (Skytthe et al 2010). Depending on where and when they were created, the records might be written in Polish, in German, in Russian, or in Latin. With the beginning of the secular registration of events in 1946, these registration records were transferred to local government registry offices, the USC (Urząd Stanu Cywilnego).…”
Section: Birth and Marriage Registrationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…She was born before Augusta Holtz , who died in the United States and was thought to be the earliest supercentenarian born in present-day Poland, as well as before the earliest validated supercentenarian who died in the Nordic countries, Wilhelmine Sande . (Skytthe, Hervonen, Ruisdael, and Jeune, 2010).…”
Section: Reported and Validated Supercentenarians Who Died In Presentmentioning
confidence: 99%