|JewishGen hosts many searchable
databases that can help you research your family history in Ilza.
Many of the databases require that you be a registered user in order to
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Ilza records in JewishGen databases, enter the following search
the most useful JewishGen databases:
(JGFF) is a database of ancestral towns and surnames
currently being researched by Jewish genealogists worldwide. By
using the JGFF, you can learn about others who are seeking ancestors of
the same surname or town of origin.
- The Family Tree of the Jewish
People (FTJP) is a cooperative project among JewishGen, Inc., the
International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) and
the Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish Diaspora (Beit Hatefutsot). The
central purpose of the FTJP is to enhance Jews’ ability to connect and
re-connect their families and to increase interest in Jewish genealogy.
JewishGen offers a freely searchable database on this website.
Database is a collection of databases containing information about
Holocaust victims and survivors. Most of Ilza's Jews who died in
the Holocaust were transported to Treblinka on October 22, 1942, where
they were killed immediately. No records were maintained of such
deportations or exterminations. The JewishGen
Holocaust Database contains records of a small number of records
for Ilza residents who were interred in labor or concentration camps,
whose deaths were recorded, or who survived the war.
The JewishGen Online
Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR) is a database of names and other
identifying information from cemeteries and burial records worldwide,
from the earliest records to the present. If you search Ilza in JOWBR,
you will find a long list of burials in
the Drildzer Society of Toronto's burial plot at the Dawes Road
Cemetery in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada.
Records Indexing - Poland (JRI-Poland) is the award-winning
database of Jewish records of Poland. It is the largest fully
searchable database of indices to Jewish vital records (births, deaths,
mariages) accessible online. More than 3.5 million records from
500 Polish towns are now indexed. Click here to find
general information about available Ilza records. You can search the
JRI-Poland database for individual records of your family.