Poland, Toruń Notarial Records (FamilySearch Historical Records)

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Toruń,  Poland
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Location of Toruń, Poland
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Record Description
Record Type Notarial Records
Collection years: 1750-1915
Languages: Polish, German
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What is in This Collection?

This collection contains images of wills, land records, marriage documents, and other notarized documents from Toruń for the years 1750-1915. The original records are housed at the State Historical Archive of Toruń, Poland.

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Reading these Records

These records are in Polish and German. For help with these languages, see the following pages:

What Can These Records Tell Me?

Wills normally include:

  • Name of the deceased
  • Death date and/or place
  • Names of heirs and relatives
  • Listing of property

Marriage Contracts normally include:

  • Date and place of event
  • Name of bride and groom
  • Residence, marital status, age
  • Names of parents
  • Names of witnesses

Divisions of Estates normally include:

  • Estate owner
  • Names of relatives
  • Residence

Land Transfers normally include:

  • Name of land owner
  • Name person acquiring land
  • Description of land
  • Date of transfer
  • Details of transaction

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  • Type of record

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I Found the Person I Was Looking for, What Now?

  • Copy down all the information from the record.
  • Cite the record; see below for help citing this records in this collection.
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Collection Citation
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