Bilgoraj
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Bilgoraj

Gubernia: Lublin  Province: Lublin

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Latitude: 50°33'00 Longitude: 22°42'00 USBGN: -493,851

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Contacts
Title Contact
Archive Coordinator, Lublin Archive Project Robinn Magid
Archive Coordinator, Zamosc Archive Project Shelley K. Pollero
Bilgoraj Town Leader, Lublin Archives Project see: Zamosc PSA
Bilgoraj Town Leader, Zamosc Archives Project Randi Eckstein
LDS (Mormon Microfilms) More Info
Location Years Available Indexed Years Online Type Status
Film# 1201149 1868 - 1869 1868 - 1869 BM Complete
Film# 1201150 1870 - 1873 1870 - 1873 BMD Complete
Film# 1860513 1876 - 1886 1876 - 1886 BMD Complete
Film# 1860514 1886 - 1888 1886 - 1888 BMD Complete
Polish State Archives (Some years may also be in LDS films) More Info
Location Years Available Indexed Years Online Type Status
Archive 35 Fond 1613 1869 - 1875 1874 / 1875 D
Archive 35 Fond 1613 1869 - 1872 MA
Archive 35 Fond 1613 1869 - 1875 1874 / 1875 B
Archive 35 Fond 1613 1869 - 1875 1874 / 1875 M
Archive 35 Fond 1613 1875 MA
Archive 88 Fond 767 1876 - 1913 1877 - 1904 M
Archive 88 Fond 767 1876 - 1913 1888 - 1904 B
Archive 88 Fond 767 1876 - 1913 1877 / 1904 D
Archive 88 Fond 767 1895 MA
Archive 88 Fond 767 1899 - 1900 MA
Archive 88 Fond 767 1902 MA
Archive 88 Fond 767 1903 MA
Archive 88 Fond 767 1912 MA
Funding More Info
Project Target Raised Balance Contact
Bilgoraj, Lublin PSA 35
      see: Zamosc PSA
Bilgoraj, Zamosc PSA 88
$900.00 $900.00 Funded Randi Eckstein
Bilgoraj, Zamosc PSA 88
Newly available years
undetermined    
Glossary of Terms

Location:

Identifies the film number or archive where the information was taken from

Years Available:

Refers to the range of years existing in inventory for a given source: a dash '-' indicates an uninterrupted range of years and a slash '/' indicates gaps exist in the set

Years Online:

Lists the years from those available which are uploaded to the JRI-Poland database

Type:

Abbreviation of the record category; not all types listed are available for all towns

A Army H Holocaust N Newspaper
B Birth L Voters P Passports
C Census M Marriage R Cemetery
CON Conversion MA Marriage Alegata S School
D Death MB Marriage Banns V Divorce

Status:

Indicates the current standing of the given records in reaching the online database

Complete All years are searchable via the database
Partially Indexed A subset of the years available are online and searchable via the database
In Progress The records listed are currently being processed for future accessability online
Awaiting Funding JRI-Poland has obtained record copies but seeks contributions to support indexing
Contact Us The progress of this project requires further explanation; please contact the Town Coordinator listed above
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