The 1914 Jewish Zniesienie death register contains 208 entries and each entry generally includes
surname, given name(s), date and location (town/street/hospital) of death, place of residence, date
of registration and date of funeral, marital status, occupation, age and cause of death.
There are 209 unique surnames mentioned in the 1914 Zniesienie death records. Click
here to view the SURNAME list.
Ages at death vary from 34 hours to 87 years. Individuals are often identified by their relationship to another
person such as "son of the wood guard," "wife of the tailor," "wife of the restaurant
owner," and "wife of the furrier."
Because of the limited number of records available for this project, JRI-Poland has fully extracted
all the information in the register and will make it available to researchers through the JRI-Poland
on-line database when the records are more than 100-years old. However, by special arrangement,
researchers may obtain a copy of the Excel file before the data goes online. For further information,
send an email to Zniesienie@jri-poland.org.
Note: the 1906-1911 records for Zniesienie are kept in the AGAD Archives branch of the Polish State
Archives and will be indexed by JRI-Poland as part of the
AGAD Archives project.
1913-1939 records are available in the Warsaw Civil Records Office.
Other towns mentioned as places of death in the Zniesienie records include Bilohorszcze, Dublany,
Kleparów, Kozielniki Krzywczyce, Krzywoczyce, Kulparków, Rzesna Polska, Sygniówka, and Zamarstynów.
In addition, the records include the hospital or street address where the death took place.
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