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A useful gazetteer for finding parishes and civil registration offices for former Prussian Provinces is the Gemeindelexikon.  The Family History Library call number is 943 E5kp. Former Prussian Provinces or parts of provinces that are now in Poland include Schlesien, Brandenburg, Ost and Westpreussen, Pommern and Posen.
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Some useful gazetteers for Prussian Poland are:
  
The volume numbers for these areas are as follows:
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Uetrecht, E., ''Meyers Orts und Verkehrs-Lexikon des Deutschen Reichs ''(Meyer’s gazetteer and directory of the German Empire). Leipzig: Bibliographisches Institut, 1912–. (FHL book 943.E5mo; film 496640–41; fiche 6000001– 29.) This gazetteer lists places alphabetically, gives their former German province, and states whether a place has its own parish or synagogue. It also indicates the location of the vital records office.
  
Schlesien v. 6
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''Gemeindelexikon für das Königreich Preussen ''(Gazetteer for the Kingdom of Prussia). 13 vols. Berlin: Verlag des Königlichen Statistischen Landesamts, 1907–09. (FHL book 943.E5kp; film 1186701, 0806633–35.) Volumes for each Prussian province are arranged by district with an index at the end. The gazetteer is in German Gothic print. Information is given in columns and includes population figures as well as civil and ecclesiastical jurisdictions.  
  
Ostpreussen v.1
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Former Prussian Provinces or parts of provinces that are now in Poland include Schlesien, Brandenburg, Ost and Westpreussen, Pommern and Posen.  
  
Westpreussen v. 2
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The volume numbers for these areas are as follows:
  
Pommer v. 4
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Schlesien v. 6
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Ostpreussen v.1
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Westpreussen v. 2
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Pommer v. 4  
  
 
Posen v. 5
 
Posen v. 5

Revision as of 19:48, 29 October 2008

Some useful gazetteers for Prussian Poland are:

Uetrecht, E., Meyers Orts und Verkehrs-Lexikon des Deutschen Reichs (Meyer’s gazetteer and directory of the German Empire). Leipzig: Bibliographisches Institut, 1912–. (FHL book 943.E5mo; film 496640–41; fiche 6000001– 29.) This gazetteer lists places alphabetically, gives their former German province, and states whether a place has its own parish or synagogue. It also indicates the location of the vital records office.

Gemeindelexikon für das Königreich Preussen (Gazetteer for the Kingdom of Prussia). 13 vols. Berlin: Verlag des Königlichen Statistischen Landesamts, 1907–09. (FHL book 943.E5kp; film 1186701, 0806633–35.) Volumes for each Prussian province are arranged by district with an index at the end. The gazetteer is in German Gothic print. Information is given in columns and includes population figures as well as civil and ecclesiastical jurisdictions.

Former Prussian Provinces or parts of provinces that are now in Poland include Schlesien, Brandenburg, Ost and Westpreussen, Pommern and Posen.

The volume numbers for these areas are as follows:

Schlesien v. 6

Ostpreussen v.1

Westpreussen v. 2

Pommer v. 4

Posen v. 5