This inventory catalogs all the elements included in the “Galician Archival Records Project,” showing you archival holdings in Ukraine, Poland, Israel, Austria and the United States for a variety of records.
These may include cadastral maps, property records metrical records (birth, death, marriage, divorce) and census, landowner, school, tax and voter records. The descriptions are translations from the archives card catalog or are based on our researchers’ viewing the materials and describing the contents.
Right now we have the three inventories that are all ongoing. We continue our inventorying all year long. If you don’t see your town listed in our Inventory of Cadastral Maps & Archival Records it may be that it is not yet a funded town project.
The LDS microfilm inventory can help you locate the microfilmed records of the Jewish Galician community that are held in the Central State Historical Archives in Lviv. Some of these films have been viewed by volunteers and the contents summarized. You can view these films at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, or order them to be delivered to your local Family History Center or Library for a small fee. You can also search the FamilySearch.org website catalog for more details. Many of these Galicia records held in the Lviv archives have been indexed by volunteers and are incorporated in the All Galicia Database, which can be searched here: http://search.geshergalicia.org/.
The Inventory of Tabula Registers was compiled by Alexander Dunai and provides information on which of these important documents that include inheritance and notary records may exist for your town. Gesher Galicia has indexed some of the alphabetical name listings for these books and those entries are also included in the All Galicia Database.
Every town represented in these inventories should be part of the Galician Archival Records Project. If you don’t see yours, please contact us. Again, to learn more about this project, click here. You can also find out which records exist for your town by consulting Miriam Weiner’s Routes to Roots database.
Below are our links to our inventories: