Re: Vital Records for Mariyampil in the Ivano-Frankivsk District from 1857 to 1920 #galicia #records

Mark Halpern

Hi Sharon:

The only Jewish vital records that have survived for Maryampol near Stanislawow are 1922-1932, 1936 births, marriages, and deaths that are now held by the civil records office (USC) in Warsaw. Many towns in the area were greatly affected by WWI, when many buildings with their records were destroyed. This may have been the case for Maryampol.

You should search Miriam Weiner's Routes to Roots Foundation archival inventory to determine other records for Maryampol that may be helpful. 

Mark Halpern 
JRI-Poland Stanislawow Area Coordinator
Conshohocken, PA


On 2020-08-03 5:07 pm, Sharon Taylor via wrote:

I am searching for vital records for the Nemeth and Ingier families from Mariyampil, Ukraine in the Ivano-Frankivsk (was Stanislawow) district. The Nemeths lived there from 1857 until 1921. I have checked a variety of repositories for vital records for this specific time period. There seem to be earlier and later records from the district, but vital records for Mariyampil from 1857 to 1920 seem to be missing.  I am looking specifically for records from the town of Mariyampil (was Mariampol) located in the Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine district. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Sharon Taylor
Philadelphia, PA
Researching NEMETH, INGIER and BLOCH in Mariyampil (Mariampol), Ivano-Frankivsk (Stanislawow), and Knihinin, Ukraine (Galicia)
Researching WIESNER, FLEISIG, and KASTENBAUM in Kulykiv (Kulikow) and Lviv (Lemberg), Ukraine (Galicia)

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