In research on Bircza, I have come across many useful lists of residents, survivors, and more. These lists are of great use to genealogists and other researchers. I have organised as best I can and posted them here. Browse the lists by using the index at right, rather than scrolling down, since some of the lists are larger and are located on separate pages. Some, like the commerce listings, were donated graciously by various individuals, whom I thank for their kind help. Likewise, if you have information, please share it with the rest of the Bircza researcher community by contacting me.
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Founded: 1897 Established old-age and loan funds for members. File (written in Yiddish/German with Roman alphabet) includes constitution, minutes, and miscellaneous materials, such as a letter from an artisans union in Bircza (1926). Click here to view cemetery plot and graves.
The following is an incomplete list of synagogue congregations affiliated with Bircza emigrants in the New York City metropolitan area. Data for this list come from various sources, including the New York City Jewish Genealogical Society. Hover your mouse above hyperlinked (green) societies to find out more information about them and their records.