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Contains information about Polish national archive resources kept at state archives in Lublin and Poznań and their branches.
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There are extensive records from the former Russian and German areas of Poland, but fewer for the Austrian areas of Poland.
For those areas not yet microfilmed, you may write to the local civil registration office.
Microfilmed civil records are usually available to 1875.
You may obtain information regarding records not filmed that are still in Poland by writing to the headquarters of the Polish State Archives (see Poland Archives and Libraries).
At first Jews were included in Catholic civil registers.
The earliest civil registration of Polish Jews was in the former Austrian territory of Galicia in 1787, but it was not enforced until the mid-19th century.
Historians estimate that during the 19th century more than 85 percent of the world’s Jews lived in Europe. The Family History Library has microfilmed many Jewish records in Poland and is continually adding to the collection.
You can often find these in a public or university library.
A map view of available scans and indexes arranged by Voivodeships (administrative districts).
The numbers on the map refer to the items listed below.
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is the largest fully searchable database of Jewish vital records accessible online. Sometimes only part of the available record set is indexed (e.g., births and not deaths).