The Radautz Death Registers Database - A Rich New Web Resource for Jewish Heritage #bessarabia


Edgar Hauster <bconcept@...>
 

Dear friends,

Even if final, but not trivial at all, death records are among the most important of all vital records.
Death Indices typically contain the birth date of a person, date of death, cause of death and other
details that are helpful in genealogical and historical research. As part TWO of our ongoing project,
The Radautz Death Registers Database is a rich web resource for Jewish heritage in Bukovina:

http://czernowitz.blogspot.de/2016/12/the-radautz-vital-records-index.html

http://www.reisch-family.net/SevenSealsRadautzDeathIndex/SearchForm.html

The Radautz Death Index Database contains over 7,500 properly indexed death records for the
period 1857-1929; some data refer back to births as early as the middle of the 18th century.
Copies of family death records are freely available upon request. Our thanks go to Martina
Lelgemann, who took care of the transcription, and to Bruce Reisch, who developed The
Radautz Death Registers Database search engine and website. Lucas Reisch provided php
search engine expertise.

Whether you are looking for an ancestor or trying to find a lost classmate, death records
can provide a link to essential information and point you toward important clues. The free
search provided by The Radautz Death Registers Database can jumpstart your research
project. Please check it out and let us have your comments?!

Edgar Hauster

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