Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Nowy Sacz - Sanz #galicia
About a month ago (June 26) I responded to a similar question in this
I want to tell you that we do have more than one hundred Jewish death
records >from Nowy Sacz 1877-1913 that include a surname that
sounds like BUXBAUM.
The extracted data >from some, but not all, of these death records (45
death records: 1882-1900, 1903) are available when you search our
Until our fundraising for the additional years is complete the other
years are only available to supporters who have made a qualifying
After you identify records of interest, high resolution images of the
original death records 1877-1913 are available without charge >from
the Polish Archives.
Please contact me privately for further information about identifying
records >from your family in Nowy Sacz.
If the moderator allows, my original post is repeated below:
JRI-Poland has extracted almost all of the surviving Jewish vital
records >from Nowy Sacz.
At this time the following Types & Years are available when you search
our online database:
We have since completed a more extensive project to extract additional
fields and to fill in the missing years between 1854 and 1913, but these
are not yet online.
This collection also includes Jewish vital records >from the nearby
towns of Bobowa, Czarny Dunajec, Kroscienko, Krosno, Krynica,
Labowa, Limanowa, Nowy Targ, Skrzydlna and Stary Sacz.
In addition, we have transcribed the 1870 Nowy Sacz Census, and we
will be completing transcription of the 1890 Nowy Sacz Census in the
next few months. Both of these will be available in our online database
later this year.
More recent years of vital records >from Nowy Sacz have been
transcribed as well (some into the mid 1930s), but these are not part
of our online database at this time.
Please contact me if you have specific questions about any of these
collections of records.
Nowy Sacz Town Leader
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
Rachel Malik <email@example.com> wrote:
<<... I am looking for death - burial records for Nowy Sacz / Sanz. My
search on JewishGen is not producing results. Any suggestions of
where to try to find any records?...>>