Poland Genealogy Research ~ FamilySearch Wiki

Finding ancestral records takes hard work and dedication.  Many researchers haven’t realized the wealth of research assistance available on the FamilySearch Wiki.  Their research lives would be much easier if they visit the wiki and glean the assistance available on its pages.

The FamilySearch Wiki will NOT give you the names of your ancestors.  It WILL help you find the records about them.

Let’s look at a few examples of the type of research aids for Poland found on the Wiki.




The Poland wiki article starts with a brief introduction which is followed by links to some of the most popular online Poland primary source document record databases.

It continues with links to numerous Poland Research Tools.




The left column on the Poland page is replete with links to Poland Research Topic articles on the wiki.  They are a researchers dream come true.




One of the links in the articles takes us to the Introduction to Polish Research video training lesson from the FamilySearch Learning Center.  If you didn’t know how to start genealogy research in Poland before, you will after watching the training video.




The research articles referenced in the Poland Research article are excellent.  They present of wealth of Poland research resources at your fingertips as witnessed in the Poland Civil Registration – Vital Records article.




No, the FamilySearch won’t let you search for your ancestors by name, but it does and will help you find them and the records to prove that the names you have in your ancestral tree really are YOUR ancestors and not just thee names in a good story.

Total cost to use the FamilySearch Wiki?   It’s FREE.   Do yourself a favor and visit the wiki today.

Copyright (c) Lee Drew 2012-07-24 08:00:00
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