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Nelszwarc



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Post Posted: Thu Oct 24, 2019 10:59 pm      Post subject: How to get birth records 1929 Warsaw
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I am new to geneology and am trying to find the birth record of my grandfather-in-law. According to his natralazation papers he was born in 1929 in warsaw. We Think his parents may have been named josef and marie (spelling unknown). He passed away in the 70s and never talked much about his life in poland other than his parents died in A concentration camp. I have tried many websites no one has records (that I found) from 1925 digitized. Any help or tips are appreciated.

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Post Posted: Thu Oct 24, 2019 11:08 pm      Post subject:
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What is your grandfather in law’s full name? What faith tradition did he follow? Jewish? Catholic?

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Cynthia
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Post Posted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 12:11 am      Post subject: Sorry thought I responded.
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No sorry thought I responded. No idea on religion. Name is Zbigniew Jerzy Szwarc.
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Post Posted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 10:44 am      Post subject: Re: Sorry thought I responded.
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Nelszwarc wrote:
No sorry thought I responded. No idea on religion. Name is Zbigniew Jerzy Szwarc.


I suggest You to contact Warsaw Registry Office Archives:

Smyczkowa 14 street
02-678 Warszawa

email: [email protected]

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Post Posted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 10:49 am      Post subject:
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Thank you!
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Post Posted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 11:29 am      Post subject:
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Nelszwarc wrote:
Thank you!


You can email this archive and send as much details as you can.
They should answer in one or two weeks.
Remember to send Your personal data in this email such as: name, address, phone number etc

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Post Posted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 2:19 pm      Post subject:
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I have sent an email thank you so much I know he has family out there some where, even if only in documents.
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Post Posted: Tue Dec 03, 2019 12:55 pm      Post subject: Needing direction. Warsaw birth records
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Hello my name is Kristin Szwarc,
I am trying to track down information on my husbands grandpa and his family.
We do not have any geneology beyond my grandfather in law.

I have been told he was born in Warsaw and that he saw his parents killed (not sure how or where possibly at a concentration camp). Their names may have been Joseph (josef, jozef, not sure on spelling) and Marie (not sure on spelling). I was told they may have been Roman Catholic.

My grandfather in law was named Zbigniew Jerzy Szwarc (which he changed to John Robert Szwarc) born may 23rd 1929 according to his naturalization papers. He died in the USA 23 Oct 1975.

He didn't talk much about life before America and his previous wife now has Alzheimer disease so I can not get more information. I have been told in the past that he escaped a concentration camp, which is how he came to eventually live in America after the war. Not sure which one though.

Late october I reached out to
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Via email but have had no responses. I have reached out to person on facebook who helps people he refered me to a lawyer and said
"The issue with Warsaw is that there are several USC (Registrar) offices,
it's a lot of paperwork and the results are not certain as your ancestor could have also been born
somewhere outside Warsaw (but close to Warsaw).
You may try contacting: http://staczek.com/en/
perhaps they can help you."
Does any one have any other ideas or tips? I don't have a lot of money to hire a lawyer or specialist right now as they often cost $1000+ usd
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Post Posted: Tue Dec 03, 2019 5:46 pm      Post subject: Re: Needing direction. Warsaw birth records
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Nelszwarc wrote:
Hello my name is Kristin Szwarc,
I am trying to track down information on my husbands grandpa and his family.
We do not have any geneology beyond my grandfather in law.

I have been told he was born in Warsaw and that he saw his parents killed (not sure how or where possibly at a concentration camp). Their names may have been Joseph (josef, jozef, not sure on spelling) and Marie (not sure on spelling). I was told they may have been Roman Catholic.

My grandfather in law was named Zbigniew Jerzy Szwarc (which he changed to John Robert Szwarc) born may 23rd 1929 according to his naturalization papers. He died in the USA 23 Oct 1975.

He didn't talk much about life before America and his previous wife now has Alzheimer disease so I can not get more information. I have been told in the past that he escaped a concentration camp, which is how he came to eventually live in America after the war. Not sure which one though.

Late october I reached out to
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Via email but have had no responses. I have reached out to person on facebook who helps people he refered me to a lawyer and said
"The issue with Warsaw is that there are several USC (Registrar) offices,
it's a lot of paperwork and the results are not certain as your ancestor could have also been born
somewhere outside Warsaw (but close to Warsaw).
You may try contacting: http://staczek.com/en/
perhaps they can help you."
Does any one have any other ideas or tips? I don't have a lot of money to hire a lawyer or specialist right now as they often cost $1000+ usd


you dont have to hire a lawyer.
If he was born in Warsaw You can ask here:

I suggest You to contact Warsaw Registry Office Archives:

Smyczkowa 14 street
02-678 Warszawa

email: [email protected]


Please be patient. They will answer your email. It takes time. they are overloaded with work!

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