- I have been working with a genealogist that just so happens lives in
Tarnobrzeg. He was able to find the Tarnobrzeg Cadastral maps from
the 1850's and 1870's which showed the house numbers. For those of
you who have found old records (birth certificates, 1880 census, etc.)
from Jewishgen.org, etc., you probably noticed that the addresses are
just listed as house numbers. Although to get an exact location with
100% accuracy, you would need a surveyor. But the maps show the
Church and Synagogue so you can use these landmarks to find the place
you want with 95% accuracy. (He was my guide in Tarnobrzeg as well as
Rudnik and Rozwadow)
Mr. Tadeusz Pilat (thpilat@...) is going to Przemysl which has
Tarnobrzeg records. Since he is there already, if you are interested
in him looking doing research please send him an email. His rates are
reasonable (especially, if we can get enough people to cover his
(I am not sure, he may have already left for Przemysl)
Sources in the State Archive in Przemyl regarding Tarnobrzeg:
Akta Notariuszy Tarnobrzega 1872-1934 [The Tarnobrzeg Notary records].
These are fantastic records for property and also genealogical
research. All deeds, wills, sale and purchase and many other records
can be found there.
Sad Powiatowy w Tarnobrzegu 1863-1956 [The District Court in
Tarnobrzeg]. All trials and other cases can be found there.
C.K. Starostwo Powiatowe w Tarnobrzegu 1851-1918 [The Royal County
Records of Tarnobrzeg].