Inventory of Cadastral Maps & Archival Records for Galicia

This searchable inventory contains information on approximately 1,700 Cadastral Maps, landowner, voter, tax, and school records, as well as Polish magnate documents, which are housed in a variety of archives in Ukraine, Poland, and Austria. Gesher Galicia has acquired digital images of many of these records. The “status” column on the far right side will let you know whether or not these records have been indexed, examined, acquired, are pending acquisition, or were rejected as not being useful for genealogical research.

If you see a record that interests you but which has not yet been acquired, please let us know and we can add it to our list of documents to acquire. Go to our project funding guidelines page to read directions on how to request copies of any of these files, or how to request the examination of surviving records from a town that is not yet on our list. We also welcome donations of data and information.

You can search this database by exact spelling only — and these communities were known by many different names — so please consult the town list at the bottom of this page for the spellings as entered in this database to facilitate your search. You will get results for the town and the administrative distict (A.D.) as well, so do check through all the entries. You can display up to 50 entries at a time using the dropdown menu on the right side of the page, so make sure you’ve checked all the pages of results if your town doesn’t come up at first.

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Partial list of towns whose records have been inventoried by Gesher Galicia (as of November, 2012):

  • Belz (Belz)
  • Berezhany (Brzezany)
  • Bibrka (Bobrka)
  • Birky Mali (Borki Mali)
  • Bohdanivka (Bogdanowka)
  • Bohorodchany (Bohorodczany)
  • Bohorodchany Stari (Bohorodczany Stare)
  • Bolekhiv (Bolechow)
  • Borshchiv (Borszczow)
  • Boryslav (Boryslaw)
  • Brody
  • Buchach (Buczacz)
  • Budzaniv (Budzanow)
  • Budzanow (Budzaniv)
  • Bukachivtsi (Bukaczowce)
  • Burshtyn (Bursztyn)
  • Cheremkhiv (Czeremchow)
  • Cherniv (Czerniow)
  • Chervonohorod (Czerwonogrod)
  • Chornoloztsi (Czarnolozce)
  • Chortkiv (Czortkow)
  • Chortkiv Staryi (Czortkow Stary)
  • Chortovets’ (Czortowiec)
  • Deliatyn (Delatyn)
  • Dobromyl’ (Dobromil)
  • Dolina (Dolyna)
  • Dolyna (Dolina)
  • Dora
  • Drohobych (Drohobycz)
  • Drohobych povit (Drohobycz powiet)
  • Halych (Halicz)
  • Hankivtsi (Hankowce)
  • Hlyniany (Gliniany)
  • Horodenka (Horodenka)
  • Horozhanka (Horozanka)
  • Hrymaliv (Grzymalow)
  • Husiatyn (Husiatyn)
  • Hvizdets’ (Gwozdziec)
  • Jaroslaw (Yaroslav)
  • Kalush (Kalusz)
  • Kamianka Str. (Kamianka Str.)
  • Kamianky (Kamionki)
  • Karolivka (Karolowka)
  • Khodoriv (Chodorow)
  • Khrystynopil’ (Krystynopol)
  • Klebanivka (Klebanowka)
  • Kniahynychi (Knihynicze)
  • Kolomyya (Kolomyja & Kolomea)
  • Komarno (Komarno)
  • Kopychyntsi (Kopyczynce)
  • Korolivka (Korolowka)
  • Kozova (Kozowa)
  • Kozowa (Kozova)
  • Kropivnik (Kropiwnik)
  • Kudobyntsi (Kudobince)
  • Kulykiv (Kulikow)
  • Lanchyn (Lanczyn)
  • Liashky (Laszki)
  • Liashky Horishni (Laszki Gorne)
  • Lisok (Lisko)
  • Maheriv (Magierow)
  • Mel’nytsia (Melnica)
  • Monastyrys’ka (Monasterzyska)
  • Mostys’ka (Mosciska)
  • Mykolayiv (Mikolajow)
  • Mykulyntsi (Mikulince)
  • Nadvirna (Nadworna)
  • Nenadova (Nienadowa)
  • Nyzhniv (Nizniow)
  • Obertyn (Obertyn)
  • Oles’ko (Olesko)
  • Olesko (Oles’ko)
  • Ottynia (Ottynia)
  • Ozeryany (Jezierzany)
  • Ozirna (Jezierna)
  • Pavshivka (Pauszowka)
  • Perehins’ko (Perehinsko)
  • Peremyshliany (Przemyslany)
  • Perevors’k (Przeworsk)
  • Petranka
  • Piddnistriany (Podniestrzany)
  • Pidhaitsi (Podhajce)
  • Pidvolochys’ka (Podwoloczyska)
  • Pistyn’ (Pistyn)
  • Posukhiv ? (Posuchow)
  • Probizhna (Probuzna)
  • Prybyliv (Przybylow)
  • Pryslip (Przyslup)
  • Rohachyn (Rohaczyn)
  • Rohatyn
  • Romanove Selo (Romanowe Siolo)
  • Rozdil (Rozdol)
  • Rozhniativ (Rozniatow)
  • Rozluch (Rozlucz)
  • Sambir (Sambor)
  • Sasiv (Sassow)
  • Sianik (Sanok)
  • Skala
  • Skalat
  • Skalat Staryi (Skalat Stary)
  • Skolie (Skole)
  • Slyvky (Sliwki)
  • Slyvnyts’ia (Sliwnica)
  • Sniatyn
  • Sokal (Sokal’)
  • Solotvyna (Solotwina)
  • Stanislaviv (Stanislawow)
  • Stanislaviv povit (Stanislawow)
  • Stan’kivtsi (Stankowce)
  • Staromishchyna (Staromiejszczyzna)
  • Staryi Sambir (Stary Sambor)
  • Strilychi Novi (Strzeliska Nowe)
  • Stryj (Stryi)
  • Sukhostav (Suchostaw)
  • Svirzh (Swirz)
  • Tarnaruda (Ternoruda)
  • Terebovlia (Trembowla)
  • Ternopil’ (Tarnopol)
  • Ternoruda (Tarnaruda)
  • Tovste (Tluste)
  • Tovste (Touste)
  • Tovste (Touste? or Tluste?)
  • Travotoloky (Trawotloki)
  • Trostianets’ (Troscianiec)
  • Trostianets’ (Trzcieniec)
  • Tulyholovy (Tuliglowy)
  • Turka (Turka)
  • Ulashkivtsi (Ulaszkowce)
  • Urozh (Uroz)
  • Ustechko (Uscieczko)
  • Ustie Episkopske (Uscie Biskupie)
  • Vovchkivtsi (part of Khodoriv)
  • Wolczatycze (part of Vovchkivtsi)
  • Yahol’nycia (Jagielnica)
  • Yaniv (Janow)
  • Yaroslav (Jaroslaw)
  • Yarychiv Novyi (Jaryczow Nowy)
  • Yavoriv (Jaworow)
  • Zadnyshivka (Zadniszowka)
  • Zalishchyky Mali (Zaleszczyki Male)
  • Zalissia (Zalesie)
  • Zaliztsi (Zalozce)
  • Zbarazh (Zbaraz)
  • Zhuravno (Zurawno)
  • Zhuriv (Zurow)

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