Rohatyn
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Rohatyn

Alternate name(s): Rogatin
Gubernia: Galicia  Province: Ukraine

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Latitude: 49°25'00 Longitude: 24°37'00 USBGN: -1,052,282

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Archive Coordinator, AGAD Archive Project Mark Halpern
Rohatyn Town Leader, AGAD Archives Project Alan Greenberg
Rohatyn Town Leader, AGAD Archives Project
— B 1898-1911
Alan Greenberg
Polish State Archives (Some years may also be in LDS films) More Info
Location Years Available Indexed Years Online Type Status
Archive 1 Fond 300 1859 - 1881 B
Archive 1 Fond 300 1887 - 1898 1887 - 1898 D
Archive 1 Fond 300 1888 - 1889 B
Archive 1 Fond 300 1898 - 1911 1898 - 1911 B
Archive 1 Fond 300 1914 B
Archive 1 Fond 300 1914 D
Archive 1 Fond 300 1922 B
Archive 1 Fond 300 1923 M
Archive 1 Fond 300 1925 M
Archive 1 Fond 300 1927 M
Archive 1 Fond 300 1934 B
Archive 1 Fond 300 1935 M
Archive 1 Fond 300 1938 - 1939 B
Archive 1 Fond 300 1938 - 1939 M
Archive 1 Fond 300 1938 - 1939 D
Funding More Info
Project Target Raised Balance Contact
Rohatyn, AGAD PSA 1
$1449.00 $1449.00 Funded Alan Greenberg
Rohatyn, AGAD PSA 1
B 1898-1911
$1114.00 $931.00 $183.00 Alan Greenberg
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