We now have someone in Kraków who is prepared to do research for us on an individual basis at the Kraków Archives.
The Birth, Marriage, and Death (BMD) records for much of the Nineteenth Century are currently available on the Internet, and can be seen elsewhere on the Kraków Kehilalink. Unfortunately, most records for the period 1880 to 1900 were not microfilmed and thus are not available from the LDS. Many researchers are thus unable to link up earlier family trees with later descendants. Also, there are numerous censuses taken during the Nineteenth Century that are not currently available on the Internet (and are unlikely to be available for the foreseeable future).
Both document types — the BMD records and census documents — are present in the Kraków Archives. There probably are many other documents as well — one simply has to go there and ask to see them.
Enter our researcher...
Our researcher lives in Kraków, speaks English, has E-mail, and is prepared to do research for you as follows:
If you wish to use her services for your personal research, please contact the Kraków webmaster, who will provide you with further details.
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