Cadastral Survey #galicia


Stephanie Weiner <laguna@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I'm not certain if the terms "Cadastral" and "Kataster" are the same. If
they are, then the fee-based Krakow website has generated a "Kataster
Database" for documents in the Krakow Archives.

Data available online includes: Archives Reference Number, Document
Number, Status, First Name and Surname, Maiden Name, Birth Date, Birth
Place, Marriage Date and Place, Profession, Address, and Comments. The
original document may contain additional information and must be
purchased through the Polish group that is onsite.

Stephanie Weiner
San Diego, CA


Peter Jassem <pjassem@...>
 

Stephanie, you must be referring to:
http://www.shoreshim.org/SearchDb.asp
While one can research surnames and retrieve some information, further
details however (and unfortunately so) seem to be blocked unless one becomes
a (paid) member.

Jewishgen site has a mention of Krakow cadastral records as well, but not a
database.
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/krakow/kra_kataster.htm

Peter Jassem
Toronto, ON

-----Original Message-----
From: Stephanie Weiner [mailto:laguna@sciti.com]
Sent: August 7, 2005 9:55 AM
To: Gesher Galicia SIG
Subject: [galicia] Cadastral Survey

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I'm not certain if the terms "Cadastral" and "Kataster" are the same. If
they are, then the fee-based Krakow website has generated a "Kataster
Database" for documents in the Krakow Archives.

Data available online includes: Archives Reference Number, Document
Number, Status, First Name and Surname, Maiden Name, Birth Date, Birth
Place, Marriage Date and Place, Profession, Address, and Comments. The
original document may contain additional information and must be
purchased through the Polish group that is onsite.

Stephanie Weiner
San Diego, CA


Mark Halpern
 

Stephanie;

I must preface my comments by saying that I am not an expert on
Cadastral records. I have looked into ways that make House numbers
contained in Galician records more helpful to researchers.

I think Cadastre and Kadaster are the same concept. Kadaster being the
German word.

The paid Krakow website has what they call Kadaster records, but based
on the data fields that are mentioned, these records do not appear to be
ones that are organized by House Number. The Cadastral records
referenced in my initial posting about House Numbers were property
ownership records with associated maps that show the location of the
property. These records would show the name of the owner of the
property, but would not necessarily provide other family genealogical
data.

I am not saying that the genealogical data in the records referenced in
your message are not worthwhile, but that they do not appear to be
helpful in identifying the location of property. .

Mark Halpern

----- Original Message -----
Dear Genners,

I'm not certain if the terms "Cadastral" and "Kataster" are the same. If
they are, then the fee-based Krakow website has generated a "Kataster
Database" for documents in the Krakow Archives.

Data available online includes: Archives Reference Number, Document
Number, Status, First Name and Surname, Maiden Name, Birth Date, Birth
Place, Marriage Date and Place, Profession, Address, and Comments. The
original document may contain additional information and must be
purchased through the Polish group that is onsite.

Stephanie Weiner
San Diego, CA