[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Location of parishes
paul.edward.luther.rakow at desy.de
Thu Jun 27 12:37:51 PDT 2013
If its Catholic parishes you want, then there is a very
useful map on a CD, "The Latin Church in the Polish Commonwealth in 1772",
which you can buy from the PGSA ,
The parishes didn't change much, so the 1772 date isn't anything
to worry about.
B Hirsekorn <tggrtime at yahoo.ca> wrote:
> Everyone's information was helpful although not narrow enough to
> find what I am looking for.
> Since the records on the State Archives in Poland are listed
> as "Ksi?gi
> metrykalne parafii wyznania rzymskokatolickiego z diecezji przemyskie" or"Akta stanu
> cywilnego Parafii Unickiej w Ko?anach " and information provided vague,
> a more detailed map is required. Something like the Lodz area map in a previous
> Does anyone have any idea how to find a map like this?
> The records are written in Russian ? not an easy
> language ? so the narrower the search area the better.
> Thanks. Betty
>> On 6/26/2013 11:20 AM, B Hirsekorn wrote:
>> Is there a map of the
>> parishes or churches in and around Warsaw, Poland? To narrow a
>> search of the
>> records on the SEZAM and ZoSIA databases,
>> knowing the parish locations would be helpful.
>> The birth place of my
>> grandmother's siblings is given as Josephin, Poland (likely
>> Jozefin), located four
>> miles outside of Warsaw. None of the villages Jozefin or
>> Jozefina listed in the SGGEE Poland Gazetteer are close
>> to Warsaw however, on the jewishgen.org <http://jewishgen.org>
>> website, there is one 14 miles east of Warsaw - it
>> will be a starting point.
>> Betty Hirsekorn
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