Research

 

The Jewish Records Indexing - Poland and JewishGen "All Poland Database" is a multiple database search facility. Click the button on the right to show all entries for Tarnobrzeg & Dzikow. Results include information from the following databases:
  • Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
  • JewishGen Family Finder
  • JewishGen Special Interest Group (SIG) Lists Archives
  • 1929 Polish Business Directory Project
  • Galicia 1891 Business Directory
  • Jewish Names in Selected US State Department Files (RG59), 1910-1929
  • Unpublished List of Polish Men Murdered in Buchenwald in 1939
  • Oshpitzin Yizkor Database
  • Polish Martyred Physicians
  • Polish Children Survivors
  • The Tehran Children
  • The JewishGen Yizkor Book Necrology Database - Lwow

Search for your own family in the "All Poland Database"

Landsmanshaften were societies that were based on connections to the villages of the Old Country. They often included burial societies, which could be helpful for finding your ancestors. This link includes many of these organizations related to Tarnobrzeg Landsmanshaften JGS NY
There are many off-line and on-line resouces for Tarnobrzeg. We've compiled a list of many of these resources. Research Sources for the Tarnobrzeg
Hebrew article on Tarnobrzeg-Dzikow from Pinkas Hakehillot - Poland, vol.3: Western Galicia and Silesia, pp. 191-194. Tarnobrzeg-Dzikow *
Extract from a book on the Tarnowski family. A sharp though partial insight into the conditions in which the 1757 tragedy occurred. Donated by Andrew Tarnowski. Tarnowski Family *
JRI-Poland "Surname Lists" are a compilation of family names appearing one or more times in the records of a number of towns that have been indexed. All variations in the spelling, as they were written by the town registrar have been included in each surname list. 

Tarnobrzeg Surnames 1891-1901

JRI Tarnobrzeg Page

Gesher Galicia is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that promotes and conducts Jewish genealogical and historical research for Galicia, a province of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire, which is today part of southeastern Poland and western Ukraine. Gesher Galicia Tarnobrzeg Page
A site dedicated to the vanished Jewish communities of Eastern Europe. Tarnobrzeg Virtual Shtetl