Czemierniki
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Czemierniki

Gubernia: Lublin  Province: Lublin

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Latitude: 51°41'00 Longitude: 22°37'00 USBGN: -498,238

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Archive Coordinator, Lublin Archive Project Robinn Magid
Czemierniki Town Leader, Lublin Archives Project Peggy Nehmen
Czemierniki Town Leader, Lublin Archives Project
— BMD 1903-1904,1906
Peggy Nehmen
LDS (Mormon Microfilms) More Info
Location Years Available Type
Film# 1201242 1858 D
Film# 1201242 1858 B
Film# 1201242 1858 M
Film# 1201242 1862 - 1863 D
Film# 1201242 1862 - 1864 B
Film# 1201242 1862 - 1863 M
Film# 1201242 1866 - 1871 B
Film# 1201242 1867 D
Film# 1201242 1867 M
Film# 1201242 1869 M
Film# 1201242 1869 - 1871 D
Film# 1201242 1871 M
Film# 1201242 1873 - 1874 B
Film# 1201242 1873 - 1874 M
Film# 1201242 1873 - 1874 D
Film# 1201242 1877 B
Film# 723592 1810 BMD
Film# 723592 1820 - 1831 BMD
Film# 723592 1833 - 1840 BMD
Film# 723592 1843 - 1845 BMD
Film# 723592 1847 BMD
Film# 723592 1849 - 1855 BMD
Polish State Archives (Some years may also be in LDS films) More Info
Location Years Available Type
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1828 - 1831 D
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1828 - 1831 M
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1828 - 1831 B
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1833 - 1840 M
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1833 - 1840 B
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1833 - 1840 D
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1843 - 1845 M
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1843 - 1845 B
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1843 - 1845 D
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1847 D
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1847 M
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1847 B
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1849 - 1855 D
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1849 - 1855 M
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1849 - 1855 B
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1858 - 1874 M
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1858 - 1874 D
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1858 - 1874 B
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1877 - 1878 D
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1877 - 1878 M
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1877 - 1878 B
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1882 D
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1882 B
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1882 M
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1890 - 1893 D
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1890 - 1893 B
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1890 - 1893 M
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1896 - 1897 B
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1896 - 1897 D
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1896 - 1897 M
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1899 - 1901 M
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1899 - 1901 D
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1899 - 1901 B
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1903 - 1904 D
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1903 - 1904 M
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1903 - 1904 B
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1906 M
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1906 B
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1906 D
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1908 B
Archive 35 Fond 1723 1908 M

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Glossary of Terms

Location:

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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

Type:

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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
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