Polish American Marriage Database

The Polish Genealogical Society of Connecticut and the Northeast has posted a Polish-American Marriage Database on their website at www.pgsctne.org.

The database contains the names of couples of Polish origin who were married in select locations in the Northeast United States. The information was taken from marriage records, newspaper marriage announcements, town reports, parish histories or information submitted by Society members. The time period generally covered by these lists is 1892-1940. It includes the States of Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Vermont. Connecticut and Jersey City, NJ will be added at a later date.

The society suggests you read the Introduction at http://www.pgsctne.org/Marriage_Database/Introduction%20for%20Marriages.aspx before using this database for a complete description of its contents.

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One of my relatives from Wilno Area emigrated to USA (Tacoma, WA) in 1916. I am making my research with Ancestry and found him and his possible descendants. I am trying to get in touch with them.

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My roots are from Lithuania-Poland-Belarus.
I am doing my Family Genealogy Research with Ancestry and
recently “almost found” a long lost cousin of my late Dad.
He came to USA (Tacoma, WA area) in 1916 from Wilno thru Japan. He and his wife had 5 children which I found in Ancestry. None of them had children of their own or Ancestry does not show it. I’m interested to find out if these people are my actual relatives.

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