Re: Bialystok Family tree #poland
The Moderator directed you to the JRI-Poland database. JRI-Poland hastoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
indexed all the available records covering the years 1835 through 1903.
The 1904 records are currently being indexed. Records for 1905-1942 are
protected by Poland's strict privacy laws and are not available to the
public. For more information about vital records in Poland, please read
Warren Blatt's JewishGen Infofile at
BIALYGen has developed a relationship with the Bialystoker Center in New
York. With the Bialystoker Center permission, BIALYGen and Zchor.org has
placed the English section of The Bialystoker Memorial Book online at
http://www.zchor.org/bialystok/yizkor1.htm. We have also placed online a
Surname index to this Memorial Book. You can lookup your surname at
and then find the person's reference in the online Memorial Book.
BIALYGen is also in the process of indexing the Bialystoker Center
Yahrzeit cards. Read more about this project at
BIALYGen also has a Surname index to the Bialystok Photo Album published
by the Bialystoker Center in 1951. This can be found at
It is my understanding that the Bialystoker Center does not have any
more genealogically relevant materials.
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his parents Abraham Piora and Rachel >from Ciechanowiec. Abraham hadtwo
brothers, Shlomo (family shot by Nazis) and Hershel (family deportedto
Treblinka). Their parents were Noach Piora(o) and Gole-Gisha mythe
Bialystoker Center as members of the bricklayers club--they both diedthere
as well. My family's only survivors >from Bialystok who remained inPoland
were Shlomo's sons Alter and Nathaniel who both settled in Israelafter the
war. They have pices written in the Ciechanowiec memorial book.and
and find records >from your family >from the Polish State Archives(PSA),
click on the word "Order?" and use the JRI-Poland Order ProcessingSystem
to order the records you want.