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Warszawa Research Group Volunteers, comp. Pologne : listes des propriétaires de Varsovie et de Praga, 1852, 1864 et 1869 à 1870 [base de données en ligne]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008.
Données originales :

  • Dzierżanowskiego, Wiktora. Przewodnik Warszawski informacyjno-adressowy [Guide of Warszawa and Address Information] 1869. Warszawa: Ś. Orgelbranda, 1869. (LDS Film number 1183685).

  • Dzierżanowskiego, Wiktora. Przewodnik Warszawski informacyjno-adressowy [Guide of Warszawa and Address Information] 1870. Warszawa: Ś. Orgelbranda, 1870. (LDS Film Number 1183685).

  • Swiatkowski, H. Taryffa Domow Miasta Warszawy i Praga [House Tariff for the Town of Warszawa and Praga] 1852. Warszawa: Nakl. J. Glücksberga, 1852. (New York Public Library, Call number Slav Reserve 99-6219).

  • Taryfa Domów Miasta Stołecznego Warszawy i Przedmieścia Pragi [House Tariff for the Capital City of Warszawa and the Surburb of Praga] 1864. (Biblioteka Naradowa in Warszawa, Call Number I 2.044.625).
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     Pologne : listes des propriétaires de Varsovie et de Praga, 1852, 1864 et 1869 à 1870

    Cette base de données, compilées par le Groupe de recherche de Varsovie (Warszawa Research Group), contient plus de 12 000 entrées extraites des quatre listes des propriétaires de Varsovie, la capitale et plus grande ville de la Pologne, et de son arrondissement de Praga, de l’autre côté de la rivière. Aujourd’hui, Praga fait partie de la ville même. Cette base de données inclut les informations suivantes : noms des propriétaires, titre, numéro de parcelle, rue, et numéro de la résidence.

    This database compiled by the Warzawa Research Group, contains over 12,000 entries from four homeowners' lists for Warszawa (Warsaw), the capital and largest city in Poland; and its suburb of Praga, just across the river. Today, Praga is part of the city proper.

    Why Use this Database:

    Warszawa vital records (births, marriages and deaths) include the residence of each person identified (i.e. witnesses, parents, deceased, bride, groom) by plot number. In most cases, they do not provide the actual street number or name. This database will enable a Warszawa researcher to identify the street name, house number and owner associated with the individuals in each vital record.

    The Homeowner's Lists also provides the district (cyrkuli) for the plot number. Since vital records were registered by district, the knowledge of the district number will help to identify the LDS microfilmed vital records associated with that district.

    The 1869 Homeowner's list contains the following information:

      1. Given Name -- (Note: In many cases the property was owned by a father and his sons, in such instances, instead of the given name, the words "sons" is stated in this field)
      2. Surname
      3. Title (if baron or count)
      4. Plot number
      5. Street Name
      6. House number
      7. Extensive comments, such as information on storeowners and factories that are also present at that location. An example would be: fabryka wody gazowej Muszkata (Muszkat's sparkling water factory). This field is in Polish, with an English translation in parenthesis.
      8. City: Praga or Warszawa
      9. District

    The information was compiled from two lists in the book (sourced above). The first was the alphabetical listing of the homeowners. The list provided the surname, given name and house number. The second list was a numerical listing of the house number. This list contained the plot number, street name, house number, owner's name and comments. In some cases, the spelling of the surname varied between the two lists for the same person and the database contains both spelling variations, separated by a slash mark "/".

    The 1870 Homeowner's List contains the following information:

      1. First Initial of Given Name for Warszawa, and full given name for Praga. (Note: In many cases the property was owned by a father and his sons, in such instances, instead of the first initial of the given name, the words "sons" is stated in this field).
      2. Surname
      3. Title (if baron or count)
      4. Plot number
      5. Street Name
      6. House Number
      7. City: Praga or Warszawa
      8. District

    In creating the database, the 1869 and 1870 list were compared. If the surname and the first initial of the given names matched in the two lists, then it was assumed that it was the same owner. All spelling variations of the surname were noted in the surname field and separated by a slash mark "/". The letter "I" and "J" were considered a match in comparing the first initial of the given name.

    1852 and 1864 Homeowner's Lists:

    The 1852 and 1864 Homeowner's Lists were each created independently. The 1852 and 1864 lists contain 3,348 and 3,420 entries respectively.

    The 1852 and 1864 lists are similar in content, with the following information being recorded:

      1. Given Name (Note: In many cases the property was owned by a family, or husband and wife or father and his sons, or brothers. In such instances, instead of the given name, the family unit is stated, i.e. "sons" or "brothers" or "husband and wife" is stated in this field).
      2. Surname
      3 Title (if baron or count)
      4. Plot Number
      5. Street Name
      6. District
      7. City: Praga, Warszawa or Warszawa-Powzkowska
      8. Comments (Note: In the 1864 list, the Polish word "sukcesor" has been translated in the database as "inheritors").