Kielce Archive


Special Search Results Message for indices to records from the towns of
Bodzentyn, Chęciny, Daleszyce, Końskie, Korzecko, Kielce, Lopuszno, Nowa Slupia and Radoszyce


You have indicated an interest in vital records with SURNAMES from one of the above towns or your search of the JRI - Poland database has produced a list of vital records with SURNAMES from these towns. Please note the following announcement and instructions regarding these towns and/or the noted records:

 

JRI - POLAND: POLISH STATE ARCHIVES PROJECT

Indices for previously unavailable records

The goal of the Jewish Records Indexing - Poland milestone agreement with the Polish State Archives is to index all Jewish vital records more than 100 years old in the Polish State Archives that are not included in the microfilm collection of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormons). Copies of these records are available from the Polish State Archives.

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Read about the up-to-date status of the JRI-Poland / PSA project.

Kielce Polish State Archives (PSA) project:

Indexing is proceeding on an archive by archive basis and data entry is now complete for the records of Chęciny, Kielce and Lopuczno. Indexing of records for remaining towns in the Kielce Archives (Bodzentyn, Daleszyce, Końskie, Korzecko, Nowa Slupia and Radoszyce will be undertaken as a Town Leader is appointed for each of the towns. To volunteer to become a Town Leader, please contact Kielce Archive Coordinator, Erez Gotlieb at erezgot@yahoo.com.

As the fundraising target is reached for each town, the data is processed and the information from the indices will become available on-line. See the Project Status page for the current fundraising status for the towns in the Kielce project.

For the latest information about projects to index the records at other branches of the Polish State Archives, read the JRI-Poland / Polish State Archives project pages and subscribe to the JRI-Poland mailing list.

For more information on the records for your town(s) in the Kielce Archives project, please contact Archive Coordinator Erez Gotlieb at erezgot@yahoo.com.

If the name of the town below is highlighted as a hyperlink, click on it for a listing of the surnames from that town.

Town Fond Type Years in LDS microfilms Years indexed in Kielce PSA project Data funded and online
Bodzentyn 421 B 1869-1874, 1877-1884 1875-1876, 1885-1903  
M 1869-1874, 1877-1884 1875-1876, 1885-1903  
D 1869-1874, 1877-1884 1875-1876, 1885-1903  
Chęciny 79 B 1826 - 1884 1885 - 1903  
M 1826 - 1884 1885 - 1903  
D 1826 - 1884 1885 - 1903  
Daleszyce 83 B 1826-1852, 1861-1870 1858-1860, 1897-1903  
M 1826, 1828-1831, 1833-1850, 1852, 1858-1868, 1870 1897-1903  
D 1826-1852, 1861-1868, 1870 1897-1903  
Kielce 422 B 1868 - 1884 1885 - 1903 1885 - 1903
M 1869 - 1884 1885 - 1903 1885 - 1903
D 1870 - 1884 1885 - 1903 1885 - 1903
Końskie 555 B 1826 - 1884 1885 - 1903  
M 1826 - 1884 1885 - 1903  
D 1826 - 1884 1885 - 1903  
Korzecko 1051 B - 1899  
Lopuszno 810 B - 1874 - 1904  
M - 1874 - 1904  
D - 1874 - 1904  
Nowa Slupia 1037 B - 1890 - 1901 1890 - 1901
M - 1890 - 1901 1890 - 1901
D - 1890 - 1901 1890 - 1901
Radoszyce 565 B 1826-1859, 1866-1884 1860-1865, 1885-1903  
M 1826-1859, 1866-1884 1860-1865, 1885-1903  
D 1826-1859, 1866-1884 1860-1865, 1885-1903  

Notes: Fond Ref# = Document/Record group.
Akt# = Document number.

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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