Polish LDS Film 

List

 

These files contain the list of microfilms with Jewish records (of Poland). Films may be ordered at any one of the thousands of local Family History Centers worldwide. In addition to the complete collection at the Family History Library (FHL) in Salt Lake City, there are also locations where large collections of FHL films are permanently available. This list indicates where specific microfilms can be seen at the Los Angeles Family History Center (LA), Family History Center in London (LN), the Center for Jewish History in NY (NY)  (this collection was formerly at the Family History Center in Manhattan), Family History Center in Queens, NY (Q), and/or The Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center in Israel, formerly known as DOROT (DO)

For the convenience of researchers, the file is made available in three formats:
MS Excel, Adobe Acrobat and CSV, comma-delimited for Mac. 

Adobe Acrobat PDF file

MS Excel for Windows

 CSV (comma-delimited) for Mac file 

Note: If you don't see a format that you can work with, please email  Hadassah Lipsius and we will do what we can do to add other formats.


Corrections to microfilm description in the
Family History Library (Mormon) Catalogue

At the 18th Annual Summer Seminar on Jewish Genealogy in Los Angeles, Mr. Kahlile Mehr, FHL Collection Development Specialist for the Former Soviet Union provided the address for informing the FHL of errors in their catalog. Mr. Mehr explained that at the time of the original microfilming of Polish records, the cataloging work was done by volunteers and were thus more prone to error. The FHL will correct cataloging errors brought to their attention. Corrected versions will appear in the next edition of the catalog. Send corrections to FHL@LDSChurch.org with the subject line "Catalog Corrections." (When corrections pertain to countries in the Former Soviet Union, please copy Mr. Mehr at: MehrKB@LDSChurch.org. This does NOT apply to microfilms of Jewish vital records of Poland.) Please provide the full description of the film as it currently appears in the Family History Library Catalog along with a detailed description of what you have discovered. Include the FHL Film Number and Item Number for the segment that is incorrectly described in the catalog. The FHL has provided the following format for this information:


Film Discrepancy

 1. Film #____________________ Item #________
    FHLC lists the following information is on this film:
    _________________________________________________________
    _________________________________________________________

 2. What is (actually) on the film:
    _________________________________________________________ 
    _________________________________________________________ 
 
 

Surviving records less than 100 years old are held in the Civil Records Offices (Urzad Stanu Cywilnego) of each town.

For information on the 20th century records available for your town, visit the Routes to Roots Foundation website, CLICK ON THE 'SEARCH DATABASE' button (on the right side) and enter the town name. Look for the town name in the Repository/City column of the search results. There are typically links to lists of available births, marriage and death records for the town.

Note, however, the Routes to Roots Foundation database may indicate turn of the century records that have already been transferred to the appropriate branch of the Polish State Archives where they can be indexed for the JRI-Poland database.

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