Added: January 2015

www.geneteka.genealodzy.pl Geneteka is a database of mainly indexes, with many of them linked to digitized records.  [Polskie Towarzystwo Genealogiczne - PTG (Polish Genealogical Society),  02-668 Warsaw, street Pienkowskiego 4/84, Poland]




Great Poland Genealogical Society "Gniazdo" including many valuable resources from Poznań area: In modern years, the year 1990 was very symbolic for the Polish genealogy. Prior this year it was not allowed to show interest or talk about their origin, unless it was appropriate and consistent with the ruling of then administration elite.


Added: January 2015

http://metryki.genealodzy.pl Metryki is digitized records with many of the records indexed. If records from a particular parish have been indexed, a search function enables users to find the desired copy. In cases when parishes have not been indexed, you can manually look through records online such as Geneteka. [Polskie Towarzystwo Genealogiczne - PTG (Polish Genealogical Society), 02-668 Warsaw, street Pienkowskiego 4/84, Poland]

Polish Origins


PolishOrigins Databases In one search, In one click, In English. Search Polish genealogy databases and websites in one click. Enter name, place or other keyword to see if there are any records, articles or other information available in English and Polish online genealogy sources!

Polish Salt Mines http://www.kuriositas.com/2011/08/wieliczka-salt-mine-astounding.html Wieliczka [Poland] Salt Mine –Deep underground in Poland lies something remarkable but little known outside Eastern Europe. For centuries, miners have extracted salt there, but left behind things quite startling and unique. Take a look at the most unusual salt mine in the world. The photos are worth visiting this site.

Pomeranian Genealogical Association


. Indexes of many vital records from Pomerania area. Be sure to use alternate spelling you get the most results. You may view records as a Guest in English.

Poznan Project


The Poznań Project was primarily conceived as a way to resolve a problem common to many genealogists researching this area: the 19th century records rarely provide the precise location of origin for people who left the Poznań/Posen province to settle in America, Australia or elsewhere. Instead, the short label "Posen" is usually all that is provided.

The Internet Polish Genealogical Source:


Additional info has been added to the 1907 Atlas. Wikipedia links in the 2005 name column provide additional info and photos for many of the villages and towns. Work in progress - about 10% complete…

Victims of repression under German occupation
Added: January 2015
http://lwww.straty.pl/index.php/en/szukaj-w-bazie The "Victims of repression under German occupation" was launched in 2006 by the Institute of National Remembrance and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage . In 2006-2008, was carried out by the Foundation "Center Card" , and since 2009 is the executor of the Foundation "Polish-German Reconciliation."
The primary goal of the program is to collect information on the victims scattered war and people oppressed by the German occupying forces in 1939-1945, processing them and creating an electronic version and allows access to the database to search for information about the fate of individuals. For English translation: select the English flag or use a web translator [e.g. Google translate].