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Gubernia: Lomza  Province: Bialystok

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Latitude: 52°59'00 Longitude: 22°15'00 USBGN: -538,544

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Archive Coordinator, Lomza Archive Project Judy Baston
Zambrow Town Leader, Lomza Archives Project Steven Zedeck
LDS (Mormon Microfilms) More Info
Location Years Available Type
Film# 1191363 1876 - 1880 BMD
Film# 1199537 1867 - 1874 BMD
Film# 1199538 1875 BMD
Film# 1618506 1881 BMD
Film# 1618506 1886 BMD
Film# 747732 1842 - 1847 BMD
Film# 747733 1848 - 1865 BMD
Polish State Archives (Some years may also be in LDS films) More Info
Location Years Available Type
Archive 5 Fond 174 1839 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1839 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1839 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1842 - 1848 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1842 - 1848 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1842 - 1848 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1850 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1850 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1850 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1852 - 1863 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1852 - 1863 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1852 - 1863 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1865 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1865 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1865 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1867 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1867 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1867 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1869 - 1870 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1869 - 1870 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1869 - 1870 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1872 - 1877 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1872 - 1877 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1872 - 1877 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1879 - 1881 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1879 - 1881 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1879 - 1881 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1883 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1883 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1883 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1885 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1885 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1885 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1887 - 1890 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1887 - 1890 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1887 - 1890 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1892 - 1895 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1892 - 1895 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1892 - 1895 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1896 - 1898 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1896 - 1898 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1896 - 1898 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1901 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1901 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1901 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1903 - 1904 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1903 - 1904 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1903 - 1904 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1908 - 1910 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1908 - 1910 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1908 - 1910 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1912 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1912 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1912 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1914 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1914 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1914 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1922 - 1923 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1922 - 1923 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1922 - 1923 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1925 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1925 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1925 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1927 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1927 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1927 B
Archive 5 Fond 174 1934 - 1935 D
Archive 5 Fond 174 1934 - 1935 M
Archive 5 Fond 174 1934 - 1935 B

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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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