Polish Jewish Genealogy Database [1.6 million records]

Passport for Wolf and Marja-Rajzla (née Zuzowska) Landsman and children (source: CRARG member Anita Gat, Santa Clara, Calif.)

CRARG finds and translates archival records from the late 1700s to the 1940s for Jews who lived in Częstochowa, Działoszyn, Gowarczów, Janów, Kamieńsk, Kielce, Kłobuck, Kłomnice, Koniecpol, Końskie, Krzepice, Lelów, Mstów, Nowa Brzeźnica, Opoczno, Pajęczno, Pilica, Piotrków Trybunalski, Pławno, Praszka, Przedbórz, Przyrów, Radomsko, Radoszyce, Rozprza, Secemin, Szczekociny, Wieluń, Wodzisław, Wolbrom, Żarki, and many smaller towns nearby, with more than 1.6 million records so far.

Our researchers in Poland works on births, marriages, deaths, burials, lists of residents, military recruits, emigrations, and much more—and this work continues daily.

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