Hungary, Nograd, Guta
in Hungary, Nograd county, Guta village I can see 2 catalogs:
1.Church records evangelic: could you please upload all the films, that you have?
2.Civil registration: this is false, this is totally another Hungarian city. Please delete from here.
My 3rd request is, if you could upload the catholic films for Guta too??
Thanks, kind regards!!!!
Julia Szent-Györgyi ✭✭✭✭✭
Presumably you're talking about Galgaguta. (My grandmother lived there as a teenager.)
Galgaguta had only one church locally, and it was Lutheran. Roman Catholics were recorded in Berczel (Nógrádbercel, also sometimes Nagy- and Kis-Berczel). Berczel was also the location of the civil registry office until 1951, when Galgaguta got its own office.
FamilySearch had a microfilming contract with Hungary that covered church registers up to the start of civil registration on Oct. 1, 1895. The cutoff was strict: if a page contained, say, September to November 1895, then all entries after September 30 were covered up for filming. So when the catalog lists church registers up to 1895, that constitutes a full and complete listing of everything that FamilySearch has. They do not have films or digital images of anything later.
For Lutheran records, there is a Hungarian website, Őskereső ("ancestor-seeker": http://www.oskereso.hu//), which has digital images of Lutheran registers available for a subscription fee. (Unfortunately, the method of payment is the upside-down-and-backwards Hungarian method where you tell your bank the payee's bank account number. My local credit union simply isn't connected to the right systems to do anything with that.) They have Galgaguta's church registers from 1840 to as late as 2017, although not all of that is viewable online due to privacy laws.
For the civil registry entry in the catalog, notice that it says "2407636 Item 6". That "Item 6" is why you think the catalog is wrong, when it isn't: the link takes you to the beginning of the film, not to the specific part where the desired records start. Scroll through the thumbnails until you see the bookmark image for item 6 (on image 627 of 914), then go to the next image and click the single-image-view button to see that this section of the film is, indeed, Galgaguta's civil death registers from 1951 to 1966.
(The last image, 662, contains the information that the local registry office was closed on 30 Sep 1966, and Galgaguta became part of the Nógrádkövesd registry district.)2