Polish Genealogical Society of Connecticut
and the Northeast, Inc.

Witamy!

Welcome


Browse our website and learn more about who we are and how we can help you in your search for ancestral information. Contrary to popular belief, all the information you need about your ancestors is not on the internet (yet). But we can serve as your guide to the steps necessary to find information including what to look for and where to look.

Enjoy your visit at our website. Please give us your feedback and suggestions. We are always interested in new information and donations to expand our resources and this website. Click on the links to start searching your Polish ancestry.


  
                         
2015 POLISH GENEALOGY CONFERENCE

       Information about our conference is now on the Conference/Events page.
       Take a look!  We have great speakers.....and Exhibitors coming!  Sign up
       soon, space is limited!!


     
  New this year, from Tarnobrzeg, Poland is Tadeusz Piłat whose lectures include
       "Galician Maps in Poland: A Great Source for Family Research" and "Notary
       Records In Poland With Emphasis on the Notary Records of the 19th Century."

       Always a favorite at our conference is the two-part seminar "Introduction to
       Polish Research" with Matthew Bielawa and Jonathan Shea.
 

       Other noted genealogy speakers include John Righetti, Kris Rzepczynski,
       Lisa Alzo and Dr. Mieczyslaw B. Biskupski.

          For more information, you can also contact Diane Szepanski, Conference Chair,
       at Szepanski3@cox.net
  

          

 

 



If you have any Polish parish or organizational histories or Anniversary Books,  please consider donating them to our collection.





NOW YOU CAN LOOK FOR GRANDMA'S WEDDING!
The Polish-American Marriage Database is now available on our site.  It contains the name of couples of Polish origin who were married in select locations in the Northeast United States. It includes the States of Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Vermont.  It includes the years 1892-1940. 

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