Poland Research With the Wiki, 18 Lessons

Poland Research with the Wiki Part 4 of 18: Identifying Your Ancestor in Poland: U.S. Records

Learning to use census records, vital records, military records, cemetery records, obituaries, and Social Security records to discover the name of the town in Poland where your ancestors lived so you can do further family history research in genealogical records.
Language: English

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Poland Census Records

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