On Mar 19, 2013, at 10:29 PM, Philip Semanchuk wrote:
> On Mar 17, 2013, at 5:52 PM, Justin wrote:
>> The first round (March) of the digitization by the Polish State Archives is online.
>> Go to:
>> You can search by village name. Not all villages have been digitized, by far, but of those which have, you can click through to see the images. There is a mixture from just about every region of Poland, and a mixture of Roman Catholic, Greek Catholic, Jewish, and Protestant registers from various years.
>> The next batch will be announced and/or digitized in June.
>> Again, these cover only the parish record books which are in the Polish State Archives, not Roman Catholic Diocesan Archives, USCs, or still kept at the parish level.
>> Nevertheless, there is, and will be, a lot of fantastic data here.
> Hi Justin,
> Fantastic is an understatement. Thanks for keeping us apprised.
> Can you give me an example of a book that has been digitized? I can't find any.
D'oh! Nevermind, I found the Borek Wielki example you already gave. Sorry for being a scatterbrain.