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== Local Criminal Rosters (''Jun-kwa Kirok'')  ==
 
== Local Criminal Rosters (''Jun-kwa Kirok'')  ==
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Criminal rosters identify individuals who are not likely to appear in compiled genealogies or other sources because their antisocial behavior violated Confucian ethics and, thus, required censure. Records may also identify persons who have escaped their incarcerations. Records generally begin about 1800.
  
Research Use: Criminal rosters identify the names and residences of individuals who are not likely to appear in genealogies or other sources because their antisocial behavior violated Confucian ethics and, thus, required censure.
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Some records may be found in the Kyujanggak collection, Seoul National University Library.  
 
 
Record Type: Lists of criminals and escapees.
 
 
 
Time Period: 1800 to 1910.
 
 
 
Contents: Name, residence, and, in some cases, name of custodian of criminal's property arranged by locality.
 
 
 
Location: Kyujanggak collection, Seoul National University Library.  
 
 
 
Percentage in Family History Library: None.
 
 
 
Population Coverage: 1%.
 
 
 
Reliability: Excellent.
 
 
 
Accessibility: Unknown. These records appear not to be easily accessible to the general population.<ref name="profile">The Family History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, “Family History Record Profile: Korea,” Word document, private files of the FamilySearch Content Strategy Team, 1986-2001.</ref>
 
 
 
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Local Criminal Rosters (Jun-kwa Kirok)[edit | edit source]

Criminal rosters identify individuals who are not likely to appear in compiled genealogies or other sources because their antisocial behavior violated Confucian ethics and, thus, required censure. Records may also identify persons who have escaped their incarcerations. Records generally begin about 1800.

Some records may be found in the Kyujanggak collection, Seoul National University Library.