74[tarnobrzeg-gen] Re: LDS library
- Oct 2 5:31 PMGayle,
Thank you for the ray of hope. I'll keep plugging along looking and
can't wait to see what records we get.
>Dear Tarnobrzeg reseacher, NO the family history has not Tarnobrzegrecords. Do not
>loose hope. The town itself has many records from property to schoolrecorda to
>census. The census records years 1786 and 1880 are located in Sandomierzc,and
>other years are in Przemsyl.There are even immagration records available.Some
>archives do not know what they have and the state is just being to compilelists of
>what the country has. I beleive you will be pleasently surprised. I willsoon be
>informing you of new records and their location sometime soon. Gayleto see
>Marek Duszkiewicz wrote:
>> Carol Queen wrote:
>> > I stopped at the Family History Center of the LDS library today
>> > if I could order a film of the records of Tarnobrzeg. Well, what Ifound out
>> > is Tarnobrzeg is not on film. Or at least they couldn't find it.cover
>> Carol,Irene, I checked those LDS websites too and found nothing.They just
>> only small number of Polish towns and unfortunately______________________________________________________________________
>> Tarnobrzeg is not among them.Neither any other town from Tarnobrzeg
>> region- I searched for them too.
>> If any records would exist over there,we would know about it by now.
>> Who else would know if not us anyway?
>> Good Luck
>> Marek D.
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