Genealogy Resources

  • Michigan Polonia – Michigan Polonia
  • Polish Genealogical Society – Polish Genealogical Society of Michigan
  • Poznan Project – Poznań Project – Marriage Indexing
  • Polish Roots – Polish Roots Genealogical Information
  • The Warsaw Rising Museum – Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego. Exhibitionss & History.
  • Polish Consulate in NY – Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in New York
  • My Heritage – MyHeritage focuses on genealogy community building and networking.
  • GeneaNet – A collection of family trees, community, and submitted records.
  • Ancestry – Ancestry.com is the leading genealogical data site, with some articles, instruction, and reference help.
  • Family Search – This is a major data Website sponsored by the LDS Church, and includes with instruction and reference help.
  • Tribal Pages – Family trees hosting and charting program.
  • Family History Link – Family History Information.
  • Rootsweb – Rootsweb is a major data site, with free instruction and reference help.
  • Genealogy – This is major data site, with instruction and reference help.
  • One Great Family – This is primarily a family trees sharing and collaboration Website.
  • Geni – Web 2.0 and focuses on genealogy community building and networking.
  • Kind Red Konnections – Grassroots created data site with compiled family Trees, and some extracted records.
  • Gen Circles
  • Family Search Indexing – Volunteers extract family history information from digital images of historical documents to create searchable indexes that assist everyone in finding their ancestors.
  • Web Genealogie
  • Ancient Faces – Share genealogy research, community pages, family photos and records, more, for free.
  • Foko Genealogy – Dominant German research database.
  • Polish History Museum – The Museum is a cultural institution whose task it is to promote Polish history and strengthen national traditions.
  • Names In Stone – A growing collection of intercemetery maps that allows visitors to search a listing of multiple cemeteries, view actual grave locations on a map, and see the record for a deceased person by clicking on the grave.
  • Archivaria Emigrant Lists – Information from a 1943 book about Old Lutheran emigrants, many from Posen, during the years 1835 to 1854.
  • Europeana – Multilingual access to two million digitized books and other items from the states of the European Union.

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Skorowidz Królestwa Polskiego
Alphabetical List of Towns, Villages, and Settlements of the Polish Kingdom in 1877
This gazetteer allows researchers to identify the record office and parish assigned to their ancestral village in the Russian partition.
Volume 1 – TOM_I_1877 Abram młyn – Nykiel
Volume 2  –  TOM_II_1877  Obałki – Życzyn w i fol.

Alphabetical List of Towns, Villages, and Settlements of the Polish Kingdom in 1827
This gazetteer allows researchers to identify the record office and parish assigned to their ancestral village in the Russian partition.
Volume 1 – TOM_I_1827    A- Ł
Volume 2 – TOM_II_1827 M – Ż

Brevis descriptio historico-geographica ecclesiarum archidioecesis Gnesnensis et Posnaniensis ad ordinem decanatuum digestarum…
Churches of the Archdioceses of Gniezno and Poznań in 1888.
Catholic Churches in Poznań & Gniezno in 1888 (PDF)

Księgi metrykalne
Church records are excellent sources for information on names, dates, and places of births, marriages, and deaths. As it often took a number of villages to support a religious parish, these vital records can assist researches in finding that illusive home village.
Church Records of Various Religions

UNITED STATES

Request for Genealogical Research (PDF)