The searchable database has extracted Catholic Church records from Poznan, Poland and from South Bend, Indiana. All of the records refer back to the original LDS film numbers for further research opportunities. The database was gathered in pursuit of members of the Kiszka, Delinskis, Kaminskis and assorted other Polish families. The transcriber wishes to remain anonomous. Additional information on Brighton, Michigan Polonia may be obtained at www.brightonlibrary.info and click on the tab for Brighton Room.
Mt. Elliott Cemetery Association, Detroit, Michigan
Since 1841 Mt. Elliott has held a unique position in Detroit, Michigan. This Mt. Elliott Cemetery Association site contains electronic records for Mt. Elliott, Mt. Olivet, Resurrection, All Saints, Guardian Angel, and the Preserve. The search engine may be accessed by clicking Genealogy.
This website is a brief history regarding the creation and development of the Sacred Heart Parish in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The website lists names of the Sisters, founders, Associate Pastors, and much more.
This website is a transcribed chapter from the 1964 book, Polish American Studies. The chapter chronicles the immigration of its pioneer Polish immigrants and the numerous churches that were constructed throughout the years.
A-I This partial gravestone transcription database was done by the Daughters of the American Revolution (D.A.R) in August of 1942.
J-ZÂ This partial gravestone transcription database was done by the Daughters of the American Revolution (D.A.R) in August of 1942.
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