WYSOCKI in Poland:http://www.moikrewni.pl/mapa/kompletny/wysocki.html
map of Poland's wojewodztwoshttp://www.geneteka.genealodzy.pl/
to hear pronunciation http://ivona.com http://www.geneteka.genealodzy.pl/index.php?rid=A&from_d...
Click on the half British, half American flag. The basic information stays in Polish, but instructions are in English.http://geneteka.genealodzy.pl/?lang=eng
Click on the magnifying glass to search.
Enter last (and first. optional ) names and dates (optional), and click search.
You will get by province amount of information for the surname. Click on a province.
Depending on the amount of data, the starting birth, marriage, death data appears. In book, select births, marriages deaths or a parish. The desired results appear.
Another part of that site provides online images of pages of parish vital record books:http://metryki.genealodzy.pl/?lang=eng
1. Click on province.
2, List of counties in that province with online records. Click on a county.
3. List of parishes in that county with online records. Click on the collection number for a parish.
4. List of batches (units) of records from that parish.
5. Click on a unit number, eg 500 UMZ 1811 (births, marriages, deaths for 1811)
6. Links for the three sets of records for unit 500. Click on, eg births.
7. List of page number or page numbers, with usually the last pages being the index. eg, SkU-1. Click on an index page.
8. Search for your surname, and note the record page number. Go back to page links and select the page wanted.
Note the records will vary, depending on the year and location: pre-partition Poland, Grand Duchy of Warsaw, Prussian, Austrian, Russian Partition. Language may be Polish, Latin, Russian (cyrillic), or German.