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From: "Bette McIntosh" <>
Subject: [G-P-L] Poznan Archive Records Request
Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2009 08:36:49 -0600
Can you tell us the time period that was covered by the records that you
requested from the Poznan Archive; before and/or after civil registration?
Does the Poznan Archive hold both Roman Catholic & Lutheran parish records?
Maybe I should try this route for the records of the siblings of my
ancestor, Julia STEINKE, b/b April 1819 in Behle (Biala, PL); near
Schönlanke (Trzcianka, PL) in the vicinity of Schneidemühl (Pila, PL).
Does this sound like a reasonable (worthwhile) plan of action or does the
ca. 1819 time period disqualify my query since it predates civil
----- Original Message -----
From: "Cathy Sagebiel" <>
Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2009 12:27 AM
Subject: Re: [G-P-L] Drezdenko-Driesen
> Here is a link to the State Archives website in Poland:
> I had good luck ordering my grandmother's all her sibling's birth records
> last month from the Poznan archive. I sent an email written in English
> the names and birthdates for the records I wanted. I also stated in the
> email the fond number and description. My email was answered in Polish
> within a week by the archive, including instructions for payment to
> my documents. Each archive lists their charges for research and
> I had to send the money by wire transfer directly to the archive's bank,
> this meant an intermediary bank was used in addition to my normal bank for
> the international wire transfer. I thought the cost was very reasonable
> EURO) for 1/2 hour research, copies of seven records and the archives bank
> processing fee. Good Luck!