Polish Family Info Marriage Index -- Limited Public Access

The LDS has microfilmed registers of parishes all over the world. The films are available through your local Family History Library or online at familysearch.org. This index was prepared by James J. Czuchra to facilitate finding ancestors in various Polish parishes. More details can be found in the introduction.







Magdalena Turalski & Antoni Kolaski,

married in St. Stanislaus Kostka Church, Chicago

20 January 1891


In addition to the Chicago & Suburban Polish Parishes described elsewhere, this index includes marriage records from

Parish Location
Nativity BVM Borzęcin, Małopolskie, POLAND
St. Charles Borromeo Dubois, Washington Co., IL
Ss. Peter & Paul Jastrząbka Stara, Podkarpackie, POLAND
Our Lady of the Rosary Lisia Góra, Malopolskie, POLAND
St. Lawrence Mąkowarsko, Kujawsko-Pomorskie, POLAND
St. Barbara Nagoszyn, Podkarpackie, POLAND
St. Mary/Perp. Help Posen, Washington Co., IL
Assumption BVM Przecław, Podkarpackie, POLAND
St. Michael Radom, Washington Co., IL
St. Mary Magdalene Rossford, Wood Co., OH
St. Barbara Scheller, Jefferson Co., IL
St. Anthony Toledo, Lucas Co., OH
St. Hedwig Toledo, Lucas Co., OH
St. Stanislaus B & M Zasów, Podkarpackie, POLAND
Visitation BVM Zdziarzec, Podkarpackie, POLAND

Polish place names may be indexed by search engines (eg. Google) by their correct Polish spelling or by their 'English' spelling without the diacritical marks. So a search for Makowarsko might not turn up pages for Mąkowarsko, and vice versa. Jastrząbka might be indexed as Jastrzabka, Borzęcin as Borzecin; Przecław as Przeclaw, Lisia Góra as Lisia Gora, and Zasów as Zasow, etc. In short, it may be advisable to search by both spellings.


Marriage Index

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