Most of this material has been adapted from the printed
book version of Index to Marriages in Nagoszyn,
copyrighted 1992 by James J. Czuchra and used with his permission.
The index is based on a microfilmed copy of Roman Catholic
records for the church in Nagoszyn, Poland made by the Genealogical Society
in Salt Lake City, Utah. The records were originally from the Tarnów Diocesan
Archives and were filmed in 19731. These handwritten
transcripts covered the years from 1789 to 1863. At the end of the
nineteenth century, a chronicler wrote that the wooden church that existed
at that time in Nagoszyn had been built in 1790 and dedicated to Saint
Barbara. The church in Nagoszyn had been a branch church belonging
to the parish of Przecław until 1862, when it assumed parish status in
its own right.2 The coordinates of Nagoszyn are 50o08'
N and 21o26' E. 3 These will
help you locate the village on maps you may have.
A lot of years were missing on this film. Marriage
records for the years 1795-1805, 1812, 1816, 1823, 1824, 1826, 1830, 1834,
1835, 1839, 1843, 1845, and 1853 were not on this microfilm.
Some General Notes
1 Microfilm # 996698
Geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego i Innych Krajów Słowianskich,
edited by Philip Sulimierski, Warsaw, 1880-1902.
3 Poland, NIS Gazeteer volume II, M-Z, published
by the Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, DC, January 1955.
exact match: enter the name exactly the way you want it found (e.g., Adam will find ONLY Adam).
match first: enter the first part of name to be matched (e.g., Adam will find Adam, Adamik, Adamowski).
wildcard search: enter any part of the name (e.g., Adam will find Adam, Adamik, Adamowski, and Hadam).