16 January 2011
They cover the years 1866-1889, and were in the Skoyszyn branch of the Polish State Records.
Search the records in the JRI-Poland data base.
Data includes the names of parents, and may include the parents' year of marriage or a data of death for a child that did not survive.
Some 500 surnames are mentioned in the records. See the name list here.
The records also reference some 150 towns - often nearby shtetls - in addition to Nowy Zmigrod, and indicating where the mother or father was born. Most frequently mentioned are Biecz, Brzezowa, Desznica, Dukla, Gorlice, Grab, Halbow, Jasienica, Katy, Korczyna, Kotan, Krempna, Nowy Sacz, Tarnow and Toki.
For more information, contact town leader Phyllis Kramer.