If your wandering relatives lived in Russian Poland and some nearby locations in the 19th century, this book may help you to bring your ancestors to life as individuals. The documents are written in the Polish language in a narrative style, and most of them mention ages, occupations and family relationships, which will help you to see your relatives as real people, not just as vital-record statistics. In addition, this book discusses several important factors, which will impact your Polish research, and explains a step-by-step method for abstracting genealogical information from the 19th-century records, using sample documents. There are also fifteen topical vocabulary lists using actual words and phrases from the documents. Unlocking the meaning of these documents requires patience and practice, but it can be done even if you do not know the Polish language.
To see sample pages of the book, go to https://jri-poland.org/frazin.htm.