Re: Finding people to help search in Bucharest #romania


Vivian Kahn
 

Those interested in procedures and practices for research in archives
throughout Romania are encouraged to join us in Salt Lake City for the
annual IAJGS conference. ROM-SIG and the
Hungarian SIG are co-sponsoring sessions by Dan Jurca, a Romanian
researcher who specializes in Jewish family research. Dan will also be
on a panel at Hungarian-Romanian luncheon with Karesz Vandor, a
genealogist and historian based in Budapest.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, California
Coordinator, JewishGen Hungarian SIG

On Jun 10, 2014, at 2:24 PM, David Benjamin Schreiber =
dbschreiber@... <rom-sig@...> wrote:

A newly met cousin whose family comes >from Romania tried =
unsuccessfully to get
information >from Romanian archives. He found the officials to be =
largely
uncooperative even though he speaks fluent Romanian. He was told =
later that,
as we've frequently heard on JewishGen, that this resistance mostly =
comes from
suspicion that the people who are searching might use the results to =
attempt to
stake a claim to someone's present day property. Is there anyone on =
JewishGen who
might know of a reliable native researcher in Bucharest who could =
facilitate such
research? I've heard that there are some suggestions in the Infofiles =
but I
couldn't find where they are cited. Feel free to reply privately if =
preferable.
Thanks in advance.
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David Schreiber
Melbourne, FL

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