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Magnuszew

Gubernia:   Province: Kielce

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Latitude: 51°46'00 Longitude: 21°24'00 USBGN: -514,981

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Archive Coordinator, Radom Archive Project Judy Golan
LDS (Mormon Microfilms) More Info
Location Years Available Type
Film# 1201348 1858 - 1869 BMD
Film# 1201348 1876 BMD
Film# 729040 1826 - 1839 BMD
Film# 729040 1842 BMD
Film# 729040 1857 BMD
Polish State Archives (Some years may also be in LDS films) More Info
Location Years Available Type
Archive 58 Fond 188 1826 - 1839 B
Archive 58 Fond 188 1826 - 1828 M
Archive 58 Fond 188 1826 - 1839 D
Archive 58 Fond 188 1828 MA
Archive 58 Fond 188 1830 - 1839 M
Archive 58 Fond 188 1833 - 1834 MA
Archive 58 Fond 188 1836 - 1838 MA
Archive 58 Fond 188 1842 - 1866 B
Archive 58 Fond 188 1842 - 1866 M
Archive 58 Fond 188 1842 - 1866 D
Archive 58 Fond 188 1844 - 1866 MA
Archive 58 Fond 188 1868 - 1869 D
Archive 58 Fond 188 1868 - 1869 MA
Archive 58 Fond 188 1868 - 1869 M
Archive 58 Fond 188 1868 - 1869 B
Archive 58 Fond 188 1876 M
Archive 58 Fond 188 1876 MA
Archive 58 Fond 188 1876 D
Archive 58 Fond 188 1876 B
Archive 58 Fond 188 1882 D
Archive 58 Fond 188 1882 - 1883 M
Archive 58 Fond 188 1889 D
Archive 58 Fond 188 1889 M
Archive 58 Fond 188 1889 MA
Archive 58 Fond 188 1889 B
Archive 58 Fond 188 1893 - 1894 B
Archive 58 Fond 188 1893 - 1894 D
Archive 58 Fond 188 1893 - 1894 MA
Archive 58 Fond 188 1893 - 1894 M
Archive 58 Fond 188 1901 - 1902 B
Archive 58 Fond 188 1901 - 1902 MA
Archive 58 Fond 188 1901 - 1902 M
Archive 58 Fond 188 1901 - 1902 D
Archive 58 Fond 188 1905 - 1909 MA
Archive 58 Fond 188 1905 - 1910 D
Archive 58 Fond 188 1905 - 1909 M
Archive 58 Fond 188 1905 - 1913 B
Archive 58 Fond 188 1919 - 1922 B
Archive 58 Fond 188 1919 - 1922 M
Archive 58 Fond 188 1919 - 1921 D
Archive 58 Fond 188 1924 B
Archive 58 Fond 188 1924 M
Archive 58 Fond 188 1924 - 1932 D
Archive 58 Fond 188 1926 - 1931 M
Archive 58 Fond 188 1926 - 1932 B
Archive 58 Fond 188 1931 MA
Archive 58 Fond 188 1934 - 1939 B
Archive 58 Fond 188 1934 - 1939 D
Archive 58 Fond 188 1935 - 1939 M

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Years Available:

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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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