Austro-Hungarian army records? #austria-czech #poland #galicia #hungary #records


T R
 

My great grandfather was a conductor, conscripted in the Austro-Hungarian army. 
He was born in 1857, Sambor, now Ukraine, and died in 1932, Przemysl, now Poland.
Does anyone know where I might find such a record? 

Thanks in advance for any suggestions,

Tanya Roland
Searching ROSENBERG, ROTH, STEINMANN, REICH, ROTTENBERG, BERGER, STARK, CZERNY,
GROSS, LATEK, PRZEMYSL, SAMBOR, BRODY, WIEN, CAREI, GROZNY, NOVE MESTO, VRBOVE


Andreas Schwab
 

JRI Poland has indexed the records for these places.
http://jri-poland.org
However, 1932 is too recent, the records are not available online for the general public, and 1857 is too early for Sambor, records start at 1862. Maybe there are marriage records or records for the children. 
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Andreas Schwab, Montreal, Canada


Nancy Siegel
 

Logan Kleinwak’s “Genealogy Indexer” includes some military records. https://genealogyindexer.org/

My grandfather’s brother, born in Rohatyn (now Ukraine), served in the Austro-Hungarian Army. I found him listed in some military directories by going to Google Books. On the Google Books website I searched on his name and found several listings.

Nancy Siegel
San Francisco, California
siegel.nancy99@...


pweinthal
 

There are several 19thc -WW1 Austria-Hungarian military rosters and KIA/MIA lists compiled online. A tip: start by looking at articles about Austrian genealogy resources and on Austrian genealogy societies websites - irregardless of religious affiliation. For example, the Mormon's (LDS) Familysearch.org publishes geographically based 'wikis' and guides which include a section on Austrian Military Records. Cyndi's List is another go-to site for genealogically useful websites. Good hunting.

Pat Weinthal, USA


m_tobiasiewicz@...
 

www.familysearch.org has Austro-Hungarian Armee records. 
I also did a search for Sambor / Sambir and found some Jewish records that way.
If you need more info, you  can email me directly.
MET
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Maryellen Tobiasiewicz
m_tobiasiewicz@...
family from: Bielsko-Biala powiat Poland
Gorlice powiat Poland
Lviv Oblast Ukraine


Alex Feller
 

Tanya,
Try some of the links on my Rohatyn site for researching Galician soldiers in the Austro-Hungarian Army.
https://sites.google.com/site/rohatynshtetl/home/research/ww1-soldiers
There are various resources for research.  If he was injured or taken hostage as a POW, you might find his name in the lists.
If you are up for the search, he may be among the many microfilms of Galician Military records that are available to view on the FamilySearch website

Alex Feller
Chicago, IL
rohatynshtetl@...