Dear followers, my apologies to this recent development. It seems that the Koszalin Archives have yet again removed a large portion of their church books from the internet. I have put in a request to Pommern-L to see if there is any information available about this. If this uploading/removing trend continues, I will begin to […]

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With the Köslin (Koszalin) Archives, the Family History Center, and other sites putting Pomeranian church books online, I have created a table to house all the data of where the churches were, what Kreis (best translation would be “Circle,” however, the American understanding of county might fit better), religion, and years of availability. Paramount to […]

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The site was just updated with links underneath the Place List. It’s pretty bare bones right now, but my intention is to get a few people to help maintain each page and start bringing in information about each page into English. I would also like to get a master list of place names/district/province so people […]

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My Pomerania is now online and ready to begin serving all your German, Polish, Pomeranian, Kashubian, and other genealogy research. If you would like to become part of the effort to help other English-speaking people access records from German and Polish governments, please direct an email to: chris@mypomerania.com. Currently, nothing is online. Links to resources […]

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