Are you looking for ancestors in Poland? Here are few sites to help you get started.
Begin by searching for indexed records on the Poland Research Page. Continue your search with digitized microfilm and books in the card catalog.
Search over 35 million digitized civil registers and government documents from the State Archives of Poland.
Searchable digitized images of birth, marriage, and death records. The database contains records from every Polish province and also includes parts of the Ukraine, Belarus, and Lithuania.
Don't forget to look for resources for specific regions:
Created by volunteers, this database indexes transcriptions of vital records mainly from the province of Wielkopolska.
A collection of digitized vital records from the provinces of Kujawsko- Pomorski, Pomorski, Warminsko-Mazurskie, and Wielkopolskie. Records go back to the seventeenth century.
An index of Lubin parish registers. Many of the records include scanned images.
Pomeranian Genealogical Association
Search for transcriptions of christening, marriage, and death records from Pomerania.
Transcriptions of 19th century marriage records from the Prussian province of Poznan. Digital copies of the records can be obtained with a donation to the site.
Visit the Polish Genealogical Society of America in Chicago for more resources and research help!