A Jewish community existed in the 19th century and numbered 713 or a total of 1,368 in 1921. Most of the Jews were murdered by the Germans after they captured the town in June 1941.
The Family History Library has one microfilm of Jewish vital records for births, marriages, and deaths in Rutki for the years 1850-1852 and 1854-1860.
Catholic parish records are also available at the FHL as early as 1590 and as late as 1870.
My genealogy research conducted for the town of Rutki has been for my own Mularzewicz family. Using the JRI-Poland index, I have just begun to find records that match my family, finding the records located among the Zambrow records.
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