It seems I lack skills to get this particular record >from the
wonderful resource: FHL. I know FHL does wonderful work, and
probably they are overworked and short-staffed.
My request here is, please could anyone help me get this 1906 marriage
record >from FHL?
Through no fault of FHL, I have not been able to get this record.
I have tried:
In December 2013, or early January 2014, I requested a marriage certificate
from FHL, but FHL did not send it, FHL sent me a filesend that is not minefor wrong name Evans. I wrote to them several times to try to get them
to correct the error. I understand they are very busy and do great work.
I do not criticize FHL, I criticize myself for not knowing how to fix
this and get this record.
There is a complication because FHL has the record listed under the
name Treystadt instead of Freystadt.
This was my request to FHL for marriage certificate:
I explained in my request that the groom's name was misspelled in the record:
His correct name is Albert Barthold Freystadt.
But the record incorrectly lists him as Treystadt.
The bride is Gisella Greenbaum, but the record incorrectly spells her
name as Gisclla, as follows:
Last Name, Given Name: Greenbaum,Gisclla (this is how the FHL record spells it)
Month, Day, Year of Marriage: Dec 25, 1906
Ctf Num: 1530 (1907)
Soundex ID: 1558687
I would be very grateful for any help in getting this record >from FHL.
I believe Gisclla Greenbaum was sister or half-sister of my maternal
grandmother, Rose Greenbaum WEISS (1893-1962, b. or lived in Hungary, lived in
Munkacs before US; her parents, my ggparents: Benjamin Greenbaum and
Esther Berkowitz Greenbaum, lived in Munkacs, Hungary when they sent
her to US circa 1906).
Thank you very much.
Barrie Karp, Ph.D., Philosophy
KARP, WIEN, BERKOWITZ, TUCHFELD, (Romania (Iasi, Tulcea, etc.)),
Ukraine, Galicia, Lviv, Stryj, Stanislawow, Austria, Hungary, Vienna,
Germany). WEISS (Cohain), GREENBAUM, BERKOWITZ, FUCHS/Fox, KLEIN,
GOTTLIEB [?], ROSENFELD, ENGEL, LOVENRIN (Hungary: Munkacs/Mukacheve,
Kovago-Eors, Kisvarda; Ukraine, Austria, Germany, Vienna).
Somor/Zombor, mainly Ukraine. Some possibly Russia.