Re: families from LYUBCHA and EISHYSHOK #general


Jrbaston
 

Dear Naomi:

First, translations of birth, marriage and death records >from Eisiskes (the
current name) >from 1891-1939 were done under the auspices of LitvakSIG,
and they may be searched by surname and town (use the spelling Eisiskes)
in the All Lithuania Database. Access this database >from the LitvakSIG
home page for the best search options _www.litvaksig.org_
(http://www.litvaksig.org)

In addition to the vital records, the All Lithuania Database also contains
the translation of the Eisiskes 1904 Family List, which I purchased privately
and had translated and donated to the All Lithuania Database. It may also be
search there.lThere are translations of other Census-type records >from Eisiskes and other
nearby towns in the Lida DIstrict in the All Lithuania Database. They were
translated under the auspices of LitvakSIG's Lida District Research Group.

Second, if you have not read the book, "There Once Was a World" by Yaffa
Eliach," you should do so. It is a history of Eishishok and she includes
material on Nechamiah der feldsher. If you cannot find it in a library
in the UK it is available at deep remaindered prices online.

Please feel free to write me privately if you have any additional
questions, or are interested in becoming part of the Lida District
Research Group to help get additional records translated.

Judy Baston, Coordinator,
LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group

From: "Naomi Leon" <_info@researchroots.co.uk_
Dear Genners,

I am currently researching the Zuchowitzky/ Shuchavitzki/ Virshuvski/
Astramski families >from Lyubcha (Belarus) and Eishyshok (Lithuania).
The family later became SUCHOFF when they came to NY. I would be grateful
for any help you can provide with the following queries:
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