Change of Countries #poland
In northeastern Poland at least, official records are in Polish until
about 1868. >from that date forward, they are in Russian. At some point,
they switch back to Polish. I'm not sure when, as they don't let you
browse those records.
Hope this helps!
NJ / USA
On Tue, 17 Oct 2000 00:00:30 -0500 "JRI-Poland digest"
My husband's father was born in Lutsk. At the time of his emigration,Lutsk
was in Poland. By the time he applied for naturalization, Luts was apart of
Russia. I'm not sure if Lutsk is part of the Ukraine or Russia itself.________________________________________________________________
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