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Raciąż Province: Masovian (Mazowieckie)
County: Płońsk (Płoński)

Archival Records

There are 8 listings from the Polish State Archives for Raciąż.
There are 5 listings from FamilySearch for Raciąż.
For details on these records, go to Archival Records for Raciąż.

General

Source Resource Language Comments
Official Town Web Site Raciąż
Polish
0
Wikipedia Raciąż
Polish
English
0

Genealogy

Source Resource Language Comments
JewishGen Communities Database Raciąż
English
0
JewishGen Family Finder Raciąż
English
0
JewishGen Yizkor Book Project Raciąż
English
0
JRI-Poland Raciąż
English
0
Routes to Roots Foundation Raciąż
English
0

History

Source Resource Language Comments
Wirtualny Sztetl
(Virtual Shtetl)
Raciąż
Polish
English
0

Cemeteries

Source Resource Language Comments
IAJGS International Jewish Cemetery Project RACIAZ: Mazovia
English
0
kirkuty.xip.pl Raciąż  (local)
Polish
0
Lo Tishkach
(European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative)
Raciaz Jewish Cemetery
English
0

Holocaust

Source Resource Language Comments
Yad Vashem Shoah Names Database Raciaz, Poland
English
0
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2 thoughts on “Raciąż

    1. You can look at the information on the two links listed under the Cemeteries section. As they explain, the cemetery was all but destroyed during WWII. However, you can find many death records and others in the archives, as well as indexed at JRI-Poland. See the links above.

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