The State Archives in Radom | Archiwum Państwowe w Radomiu in Poland has free, online genealogy collections as well as onsite family history collections.


About the Collections:

The territorial area covered by the State Archives in Radom was governed by the Austrian monarchy and the Duchy of Warsaw, among others, before Poland gained its independence. The site has an online outline of the historical archive.

The State Archives in Radom also invites Radom region families to submit family documents and photographs which are shared as digital scans on their site. They will publish materials dated prior to 1950. Visit their site to see family archives already online.

(As of 3 Dec 2018, the shared archives included these families: the Pajkert family, the Mirkowski family, the Klimkowski family, the Badowski family, the Dutkowski family, the Dorociński family, the Majewski family, the Kołodziejski family, the Nowakowski family, the Stępnikowski family, the Zdziechowski family and Matysiaks, the Foglow family, the Latoczko family, the Boruchów family, the Krzeminski family, the Okonia family, the Kelles family – Krauze, the Kantorki family, the Deperasinski family, the Myszkiewicz family, the Surmansk family, the Jankowski family, the Mieśniaków family, and the Pawelcy family.)


Online Collections:

The State Archives in Radom has thousands of digitized collections, including vital records, and these are at

You can see all online collections from the State Archives in Radom by searching at and filtering results by this archive. Here’s a link to the search results with thousands of digitized collections. (You can copy and paste text into Google Translate if you can’t read the original language.)

They also have a downloadable pdf listing digitized record collections with links to the online search portal.

Onsite Collections:

You can use SEZAM to search for collections at the archive.

    • Here is an example of a search for collections at the State Archives in Radom. (You can copy and paste text into Google Translate if you can’t read the original language.)


And here is a link to “Become a family archivist!”  organized by the Supreme Directorate of State Archives.

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