Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: All Lithuania database #lithuania


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In a message dated 2/20/99 7:59:56 PM Pacific Standard Time, HOMARGOL@AOL.
COM
writes:

<< Question; When the ALD is finalized, and available on the web, will the
capability be there to see an entire revision list as such or, can only n
ames be searched. If one is capable of looking at an entire record, they may be able to find previously unknown ancestors. >>

My understanding is that we will be able to display an entire town at a ti
me(many thousands of records if your computer memory can handle that), and town by town display and copy the records for an entire district. But is will be a pretty tedious process to copy data >from the browser window table to a spreadsheet, piece by piece.

If you are really interested in a district, you probably already have (or
should have AND still can!) make a significant financial contribution to
help in buy and translate the records for each district. This entitles you to all of the data for a district along with a very clear set of guidelines foranalyzing the files, searching for ancestors. Members of the Siauliai
research group have received all of the available data and will get the
rest soon, as will those in the Oshmiany and Vilkomir districts. The translation of the Rassein (Raseiniai) data is nearly finished. For information about each District (uyezd) and town (shtetl) research group and how to join consult ourwebpage.

This is a very good time to mention again that we need funds for Trakai
uyezd,which include:
Troki Uyezd; 1858 Revision

1. Butrimany; pages: 562 = 621 (225 entries);
Add. Rev. pp: 626 = 635 (50 entries)
A.R. p: 639 (12entr.)
A.R. p: 643(?) (7 entr.)

2. Dorsunishki; pp: 652 =669 (66 entr.)
A.R. p: 673 (8 entr.)

3. Daugai / Davgovo; pp: 680 = 709 (91 entr.)
A.R. pp: 714 =96 715 (7 entr.)

4. Vievis / Yevye; pp: 723 = 734 (38 entr.)

5. Yezna; pp: 766 = 817 (179 entr.)
A.R. p: 755 (3 entr.)

6. Zhizhmory / Zhezhmer; pp: 766 = 817 (179 entr.)
A.R. pp: 821 = 822 (18 entr.)
A.R. pp: 827 = 835 (72 entr., males only)

7. Zhusli; pp: 846 = 894 (176 entr.)
A.R. p. 898 (1 entr.)

8. Meretz; pp: 912 = 985 (262 entr.)

9. Nemonaitz; pp: 992 = 1011 (65 entr.)
A.R. pp: 1016 = 1017 (7 entr.)
A.R. p: 1021 (1 entr.)
A.R. p: 1025 (3 entr.)

10. Oran / Varena; pp: 1032 = 1050 (54 entr.)
A.R. p: 1055 (1 entr.)

11. Olkenik; pp: 1072 = 1119 (259 entr.)
A.R. p: 1123 (1 entr.)

12. Olity; pp: 1130 = 1157 (89 entr.)
A.R. pp: 1162 = 1163 (8 entr.)
A.R. p: 1167 (6 entr.)
A.R. p: 1171 (3 entr.)

13. Punia / Pun (Poon); pp: 1178 = 1196 (62 entr.)
A.R. p: 1199(?) (6 entr.)

14. Stoklishok; pp: 1204 = 1238 (92 entr.)
A.R. p: 123_ (?) ( 6 entr.)

All the list have indexes that include names of the heads of the househol
ds and families' registration numbers (1858 Rev.)

If you are able to make a contribution to help pay for these records, plea
se send your dues and any additional (tax deductible) contributions made out
to the LitvakSIG, earmarked for Duues/Trakai (Troki) in the memo field, to Peggy Freedman, LitvakSIG Treasurer, 245 Dalrymple Road, Atlanta, GA 30328.

If you are unsure about whether your dues are paid up, consult the listing
at our website <http://www.jewishgen.org/litvak/lithmemb.htm>.

Thanks,

David Hoffman
Co-Coordinator, LitvakSIG

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