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Are Polish birth records available on the Internet?



ski by name - | 1    
22 Jun 2010  #31

hi
same as all of you it seems,
polish father in law de-mobbed here 1940's, and we would like to find some family, where he was from is now ukraine, so where would i need to hunt, poland or ukraine?

any begining tips would be wonderful


Hanka - | 2    
8 Mar 2011  #32

To anyone that is interested. Myself had been trying to obtain information about my relatives in Poland.
After total frustration with researching and getting no where, I contacted the Red Cross International Research Center at the local Chapter of my State/Province.

There are forms to be fill out,and providing them with as much information you can, they were able to find enough for me to be able to find additional ancestors history.

They will assist you to reconnect or find family members information, it apply's to families affected by the Holocoust/War War2.

ifrc.org

Contact your National Society to begin a search, or call your local XXXX Red Cross chapter, the critical link in your community to the international Red Cross and Red Crescent network.

ifrc.org/en/who-we-are/governance/archives/

International Committee of the Red Cross Archives.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
186 member Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
rybnik 18 | 1,470    
9 Mar 2011  #33

the polish are a secreative lot wont give anything away-trust no-one i was brought up with this from my polish father and i must say this still seems to be the case everything is a secret-simple things such as do you drink tea or coffee-the reply is maybe tak maybe nie-keep people guessing

So true. My mom was the secretive one in our house. I remember she yelled at me(I was maybe 4, 5 years old) for telling our neighbor she was pregnant with my sister. "It's none of their business" she screamed. Mom was already showing. I don't think I gave away the family secret lol
Swierzb    
22 Nov 2011  #34

Yes. They are provided by LDS church. Go To "Familysearch.org" I have found many baptism records of my family from 1600-1950. It is also for free.

Yes. They are provided by LDS church. Go to "Familysearch.org". Also it is for free. I found many baptism dates from parish of Dabrowa Tarnowska from 1600-1950.LDS have family history centers in many countries where you can view films of original documents of birthdays, baptism,marriages etc..
katmay74    
30 Jan 2013  #35

There are no birth records online (tried find out about it but failed) but there is other marriages - you may find bit helpful but worth a shot.. try this

website - poznan-project.psnc.pl/
mojo_man - | 1    
31 Jan 2013  #36

If you need marriage records, you can either contact local authorities (urząd stany cywilnego) or church in the area where the marraige took place. My cousin was reaseraching that for his project and he got all the info from local catholic church authirities.
T42and24t    
21 Feb 2013  #37

It's virtually impossible to find Polish records online. Familysearch have added some records to their new index, my ancestors were in their Tarnów records.

The best thing to do is go to your local Latter Day Saints family history centre to view (for free) their Polish microfilms of parish registers. You can view their holdings online via their main site, you need to order them in advance. I found my ancestors dating back to 1632 in their films. I don't speak or write Polish but found the registers very easy to understand.
Wroclaw 45 | 5,409    
21 Feb 2013  #38

go to your local Latter Day Saints family history centre to view (for free) their Polish microfilms of parish registers

they don't have all the registers. some government body put a stop to it some years ago.
franklyspeaking    
8 Dec 2013  #39

Some of the recent postings about this topic are completely wrong and convey a very negative attitude.

Polish Archives have posted millions of original records (older than 100 years) on line and are continuing to add more every few months. Of course they can only scan and post what is in the Archive. Many records for certain locations and parishes have been destroyed in wars or were lost over time. There are two sites for finding these records.

metryki.genealodzy.pl

szukajwarchiwach.pl
chantalsalzmann    
17 Aug 2015  #40

could you help me find my polish cousins on my grandfather and grandmothers side.My polish grandfather was a judge in 1939 his name was Feliks Bernard Frąckiewicz he also died in 1939.MY grandmothers name was Wanda Wiktoria Józefa Rojecka ( maiden name). They where born ,married and died in Poland .Time span must be between 1800 to 1970 .My father was born in 04.12.1923 his name was Adam Maria Stanisław Frąckiewicz.He was my grandparents third child.I have no idea where my grandparents where born , married or died but I know they lived at 39 Adam Mickiewicz street , Chelm, when my dad was born and I think my grandmother lived there untill she died.My dads Birth certificate was nr280/1926/1 . His id document in 1939 mei has a number Ser.E.No.292564 it was issued on the 29.04 .39
felber    
12 Apr 2016  #41

Polish Archive is now online. It's magic once you learn how to navigate. I use Jewishgen indexes to get me to the right page. BMD's. click on szukajwarchiwach.pl
Kataryna - | 37    
19 Jan 2017  #42

@shirley
HI there! you may want to try ancestry.com. they have tons of records online from all over the world.
Joycie    
20 Jan 2017  #43

I am looking fr any information on the Cheba family circa 1880s in Grupa, Poland. My great uncle Nicholas Cheba served with Haller Troops in Grupa, Poland and came to United States in 1922 with his wife and 5 children.
Werner24    
19 Mar 2017  #44

Hi

I trying to trace my late Father-In-Law's place of birth all we know that he came from Poland. He name is Antoni Jozep Kazemierz Werner, b: 11th March 1919 all we know is he had a sister.

Sadly he died in shaklin Isle Of Wight UK on the 24th May 1982. Unfortunately my late husband knew nothing of his Father as his marriage to my husbands mother only lasted a few years and they were divorsed in 1948.

Can anyone help.

Many thanks

Jean Werner




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