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Inventory No

SA00216

Title

Parrochialis ecclesiae oppidi Naxarii Status Animarum pro Anno Domini 1734

Supplied Title

Casal Naxaro, 1734
Naxxar, 1734

Archdiocese Digitisation Project No

DP00260

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Full Digitisation

Year Precise

1734

Year Start

1734

Year End

1734

Century

18th century

Language

Latin

Access to the Public

Digital only

Inventory No

SA00217

Title

Parrochialis Eclesiae oppidi Naxarii Animarum Status Pro annus 1735

Supplied Title

Casal Naxaro, 1735
Naxxar, 1735

Archdiocese Digitisation Project No

DP00261

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Full Digitisation

Year Precise

1735

Year Start

1735

Year End

1735

Century

18th century

Language

Latin

Access to the Public

Digital and Physical

Inventory No

SA00218

Title

Parrochialis Ecclesiae oppidi Naxarii Animarum Status pro anno 1736

Supplied Title

Casal Naxaro, 1736
Naxxar, 1736

Archdiocese Digitisation Project No

DP00262

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Full Digitisation

Year Precise

1736

Year Start

1736

Year End

1736

Century

18th century

Language

Latin

Access to the Public

Digital and Physical

Inventory No

SA00219

Title

Parrochialis Ecclesiae oppidi Naxarii Status Animarum pro An. 1737

Supplied Title

Casal Naxaro, 1737
Naxxar, 1737

Archdiocese Digitisation Project No

DP00263

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Full Digitisation

Year Precise

1737

Year Start

1737

Year End

1737

Century

18th century

Language

Latin

Access to the Public

Digital and Physical

Inventory No

SA00220

Title

Parrochialis ecclesiae oppidi Naxarii Status Animarum pro anno 1738

Supplied Title

Casal Naxaro, 1738
Naxxar, 1738

Archdiocese Digitisation Project No

DP00264

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Full Digitisation

Year Precise

1738

Year Start

1738

Year End

1738

Century

18th century

Language

Latin

Access to the Public

Digital and Physical

Inventory No

SA00221

Title

Status Animarum Huius Casal Naxarii Pro Anno presenti 1740

Supplied Title

Casal Naxaro, 1740
Naxxar, 1740

Archdiocese Digitisation Project No

DP00265

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Full Digitisation

Year Precise

1740

Year Start

1740

Year End

1740

Century

18th century

Language

Latin

Access to the Public

Digital and Physical

Inventory No

SA00222

Title

Status Animarum oppidi Naxari pro anno 1741

Supplied Title

Casal Naxaro, 1741
Naxxar, 1741

Archdiocese Digitisation Project No

DP00266

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Full Digitisation

Year Precise

1741

Year Start

1741

Year End

1741

Century

18th century

Language

Latin

Access to the Public

Digital and Physical

Inventory No

SA00223

Title

Parrochialis ecclesiae oppidi Naxarii Status Animarum pro anno 1745

Supplied Title

Casal Naxaro, 1745
Naxxar, 1745

Archdiocese Digitisation Project No

DP00267

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Full Digitisation

Year Precise

1745

Year Start

1745

Year End

1745

Century

18th century

Language

Latin

Access to the Public

Digital and Physical

Inventory No

SA00224

Title

Parrochialis ecclesiae oppidi Naxari Animarum Status pro anno 1744

Supplied Title

Casal Naxaro, 1744
Naxxar, 1744

Archdiocese Digitisation Project No

DP00268

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Full Digitisation

Year Precise

1744

Year Start

1744

Year End

1744

Century

18th century

Language

Latin

Access to the Public

Digital and Physical

Inventory No

SA00225

Title

Liber status animari Casalis Crendi Anni Dni 1705

Supplied Title

Casal Crendi, 1705;
Qrendi 1705

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Not Digitised

Year Precise

1705

Year Start

1705

Year End

1705

Century

18th century

Language

Italian, Latin

Access to the Public

Physical only

Inventory No

SA00226

Title

Liber status animarum Ven Parochialis ecclesie casalis Haxac, 1705

Supplied Title

Casal Haxac, 1705
Għaxaq, 1705

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Not Digitised

Year Precise

1705

Year Start

1705

Year End

1705

Century

18th century

Language

Latin

Access to the Public

Physical only

Inventory No

SA00227

Title

Stato dell' anime della chiesa parrochiale di Casal Michabiba gli hanno adempimento il precetto Paschale del presente anno 1705

Supplied Title

Casal Micabiba, 1705
Mqabba, 1705

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Not Digitised

Year Precise

1705

Year Start

1705

Year End

1705

Century

18th century

Language

Italian, Latin

Access to the Public

Physical only

Inventory No

SA00228

Title

Liber Status Animarum Civitatis Notabilis, eius surbis et locomum adiacentium de Anno 1706

Supplied Title

Notabile, Rabbato, 1706

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Not Digitised

Year Precise

1706

Year Start

1706

Year End

1706

Century

18th century

Language

Italian, Latin

Access to the Public

Physical only

Inventory No

SA00229

Title

Liber Status Animarum Parochialis Ecclesie Casalis Haxac, 1707

Supplied Title

Casal Haxac, 1707
Għaxaq, 1707

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Not Digitised

Year Precise

1707

Year Start

1707

Year End

1707

Century

18th century

Language

Latin

Access to the Public

Physical only

Inventory No

SA00230

Title

Status Animarum Parochie Naxari Anni 1707

Supplied Title

Casal Naxaro, 1707
Naxxar, 1707

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Not Digitised

Year Precise

1707

Year Start

1707

Year End

1707

Century

18th century

Language

Latin

Access to the Public

Physical only

Inventory No

SA00231

Title

Il Ruolo della Citta Notabile, Rabbato, e suoi luoghi adiacenti del 1707

Supplied Title

Notabile, Rabbato, 1707

Scope and Content

The Synod of Augsburg in 1548 obliged parish priests to keep a record regarding the adhesion of the parishioners to the Catholic teachings. The Council of Vienne in 1557 gave explicit instructions for parish priests to note those that failed to adhere to the Paschal Precept and report them to their Vicar General. Both the Councils of Narbonne in 1551 and in particular that of Mediolanese of 1565 gave similar instructions. In 1614, Pope Paul V extended this universally by obliging the parish priests to keep a Liber de Statu Animarum. The 1983 revision of the Codex Juris Canonici withdrew the obligation of parish priests to keep the Status Animarum records. Although being ecclesiastical records, these could also be considered as the earliest censuses of Malta.

Scanning Method

Not Digitised

Year Precise

1707

Year Start

1707

Year End

1707

Century

18th century

Language

Italian, Latin

Access to the Public

Physical only

Inventory No

SL1573

Title

Stati Liberi 1573-1599, Box 3

Supplied Title

Archdiocese Digitisation Project No

DP00424

Scope and Content

Records that confirm the unmarried status of the spouses before commencing with marriage within the Catholic Church. These cover the period between 1573 and 1599.

Scanning Method

Full Digitisation

Year Start

1573

Year End

1599

Century

16th century

Language

Italian, Latin

Access to the Public

Digital and Physical

Inventory No

SL1579

Title

Stati Liberi 1579-1599, Box 1

Supplied Title

Archdiocese Digitisation Project No

DP00212

Scope and Content

Records that confirm the unmarried status of the spouses before commencing with marriage within the Catholic Church.

Scanning Method

Full Digitisation

Year Start

1579

Year End

1599

Century

16th century

Language

Italian, Latin

Access to the Public

Digital only

Inventory No

SL1600

Title

Stati Liberi 1600-1603, Box 2

Supplied Title

Previous Title: S/L 1600-01
S/L 1600-1603
SL 1600-1603

Archdiocese Digitisation Project No

DP00372

Scope and Content

Records that confirm the unmarried status of the spouses before commencing with marriage within the Catholic Church.

Scanning Method

Full Digitisation

Year Start

1600

Year End

1603

Century

17th century

Language

Italian, Latin

Access to the Public

Digital and Physical

Inventory No

SL1777

Title

Stati Liberi 1777-1798, Box 67

Supplied Title

SL 1777-98, Box 67

Archdiocese Digitisation Project No

DP00433

Scope and Content

Records that confirm the unmarried status of the spouses before commencing with their marriage within the Catholic Church between 1777 and 1798.

Scanning Method

Partial Digitisation

Year Start

1777

Year End

1798

Century

18th century

Language

Italian, Latin

Access to the Public

Digital only