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Welcome to Zachodniopomorskie Province


 

This province is available for adoption.  If you are interested in becoming the host for the Zachodniopomorskie Province, visit here for more details.


 

Zachodniopomorskie Message Board -- all messages posted to this board must include the name of a town within the province or the province name.


Query Boards of former provinces now in this province:

  • Gorzów
  • Koszalin
  • Piła
  • Szczecin

  • Surname Helper -- searches all GenConnect boards in addition to many others registered with this search engine


    List of counties (powiat) and districts (gminy) in this province


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    Web sites about cities and towns in Zachodniopomorskie Province

  • Szczecin -- information, history, and more
  • Where to Write for Records in Zachodniopomorskie
    A list of civil and church archives in this province


    Other Researching in this province
    Visit this page to find others researching their ancestry in this province.  Researchers are listed by the town/parish in which their ancestors lived.


    History of the Province:
    Created on 1 January 1999, this province was comprised of the former provinces of Koszalin and Szczecin and parts of the former provinces of Gorzow, Pila, and Slupsk.  Prior to World War II, this part of Poland belonged to Germany and was part of Pomerania.  Research in this area can be difficult, since the names of towns were converted from their former German to their present Polish equivalent.

    For more information on the history of this area, visit the section on Pomerania on the Regions of Poland page.


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