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Grojec

Gubernia: Warszawa  Province: Warszawa

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Latitude: 51°52'00 Longitude: 20°52'00 USBGN: -503,449

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Archive Coordinator, Grodzisk Mazowiecki Archive Project Daniel Wagner
Archive Coordinator, Grodzisk Mazowiecki Archive Project Daniel Wagner
Archive Coordinator, Radom Archive Project Judy Golan
Archive Coordinator, Radom Archive Project Judy Golan
Grojec Town Leader, Grodzisk Mazowiecki Archives Project Amit Gnatek
Grojec Town Leader, Radom Archives Project Amit Gnatek
Grojec Town Leader, Grodzisk Mazowiecki Archives Project
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Amit Gnatek
Grojec Town Leader, Radom Archives Project
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Amit Gnatek
LDS (Mormon Microfilms) More Info
Location Years Available Type
Film# 723673 1826 - 1836 BMD
Film# 723674 1826 - 1829 BMD
Film# 723674 1836 - 1842 BMD
Film# 723675 1843 - 1847 BMD
Film# 723675 1849 - 1850 BMD
Film# 723675 1852 - 1857 BMD
Film# 723676 1858 - 1864 BMD
Film# 732254 1810 - 1818 BMD
Film# 732255 1819 - 1825 BMD
Film# 732260 1808 - 1809 BMD
Polish State Archives (Some years may also be in LDS films) More Info
Location Years Available Type
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1826 - 1827 MA
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1826 - 1829 M
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1826 - 1875 B
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1826 - 1847 D
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1829 MA
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1836 - 1847 M
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1836 - 1914 MA
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1849 - 1850 M
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1849 - 1850 D
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1852 - 1875 D
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1852 - 1875 M
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1886 B
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1886 D
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1886 M
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1918 - 1920 MA
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1922 - 1923 MA
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1925 MA
Archive 73 Fond 1317 1927 - 1940 MA
Archive 58 Fond 510 1872 - 1915 M
Archive 58 Fond 510 1875 - 1915 D
Archive 58 Fond 510 1876 - 1915 B
Archive 58 Fond 510 1917 - 1941 D
Archive 58 Fond 510 1917 - 1941 B
Archive 58 Fond 510 1918 - 1941 M
Archive 58 Fond 510 1924 MA
Archive 58 Fond 510 1926 MA

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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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