Pomeranian Archives

Pomeranian Archives


Tips for reseaching at archives:
by Joyce Gardner



Greifswald Landeskirchliches Archive



Landeskirchliches Archiv der Pommerschen Evangelischen Kirche. Photo by Jerry Savage.

NOTE: Since last summer this Ev. church archive has been closed
until further notice until a new facility is found. This archive is
no longer staffed and all church books, etc. is stored at another
location which cannot be visited for personal research. It is
possible to submit written requests for an additional fee to the
church district archive at:

Pomeranian Evangelical Church District
Church District Archives
Karl-Marx-Platz 15
17489 Greifswald

Tel. 03834-89 63 122
Fax. 03834-89 63 166
E-mail: kirchenkreisarchiv@pek.de

Address: Rudolf-Petershagen-Allee 3 17489 Greifswald, Germany

Telephone: (011-49) 57-25-33 Fax: (011-49) 57-25-36







Greifswald Landesarchiv:




Szczecin/Stettin Archive:

By Joyce Gardner

The archive in Stettin. Photo by Jan Savage.


Here is the form you have to fill out at the Stettin Archive to get records.




Town Halls



The town hall in Schlochau.


Here is an old picture of the town hall in Rummelsburg. No one we
know has done any research here. If you have please tell us about it.



The Köslin/Koszalin Archive



The archive in Köslin/Koszalin with pre-1945 records.


The archive in Köslin/Koszalin with post-1945 records.


The Stolp/Slupsk Archive



The archive in Slupsk is a branch of the one in Koeslin.


The Szczecinek/Neustettin Archive



The archive in Neustettin is also a branch of the one in Koeslin.


The Plathe/Ploty Archive





The Stargard/Stargard Szczecinski Archive





SEZAM




Libraries



The newly rebuilt University of Greifswald Library.
Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahnstraße/Rudolf-Petershagen-Allee on the
University Campus, Greifwald, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany


Another useful website for archive information is at:
http://www.hinterpommern.de/Genealogie/Archive/#hinterpommern