You can help us collect Ukrainian vital records #ukraine
Can you help us collect vital records to be translated and indexed?
We have obtained images of more than 105,000 records of births,
marriages, divorces and deaths in nearly 50 Ukrainian towns >from
microfilms in the LDS collection. Thousands already have been translated
and indexed, soon to go into the searchable JewishGen Ukraine Database;
work continues, extracting and indexing data >from thousands more
records. I'd like to keep the acquisition inventory far ahead of the
Here's how you can help the Ukraine SIG Vital Records Acquisition
Project. You don't need to read or translate Russian, Ukrainian, Hebrew
or Yiddish. Basic familiarity with a personal computer, directory/file
structure and handling jpg images is all you need to learn how to use a
Do you live near one of these places?
Bloomfield Hills, MI, Family History Center
Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society (You need to be a member.)
Chicago area: Arlington Heights Library
Cleveland Public Library
Dallas Public Library
Knoxville, TN, Family History Center
Los Angeles: Family History Center in West L.A.
Mesa, AZ, Family History Center
New York City: Center for Jewish History (downtown)
New York City Family History Center (uptown)
Oakland, CA, Family History Center
Portland, OR, Family History Center
Toronto Research Library (public library)
Washington, DC, area: Family History Center in Kensington, MD
Worcester, MA, Public Library
Those are the best-equipped FHC locations we know of. You can spend as
little as a couple of hours a week to make a significant contribution.
Send me an email if you're interested.
If you live near a Family History Center not listed above, maybe you
still can help. Search FHC locations at this URL:
Let me know what you find.
Beginning after the upcoming holidays, we can make great progress by the
end of 2014.
Silver Spring, MD
Researching CUTLER, KOTLARSKY, SHAEFFER in Bila Tserkva;
KABAKER, OKUN, BERLUNSKY in Seirijai;
WEINHOUSE, MILLER in Edinet.