Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: ukraine digest: June 12, 2015 #ukraine


Pamela Weisberger
 

To answer Rachelle Litt's posting:

"What shipping Lines should I be focusing on for emigration
from Soroca Moldova, Chernvitzi Ukraine to Argentina in the early
1900's - about 1930? Most of the family who came to American went by
way of Bremen through Warsaw. Would this be the same for Argentina?
The ship might have might have passed through Brazil first. I am
looking for Meyer Znayde and his wife Tsilya and their children Samuel
and Sarah (there was a third child also but I do not have the name)
.After living in Argentina they left for Brazil and arrived in Brazil
landing at the pier of Santos in 1936. I am looking for this manifest
as well. Sarah was born January 26, 1923, that is the only birthdate I
have. "

Family Search (http://www.familyseach.org) has a great collection of
South American records, including visa information for Brazil and
Argentina, a rich resource for genealogists.

In checking records for Brazil we find what looks like your family:

Meyer ZNAYDE and Silvia ZNAYDE with daughter, Sarah ZNAYDE IANCHEL, in
an identity card issues in 1944 having lived on "rua Prattes 446" from
"Solteira, Russia." Meyer is an accountant. (Perhaps Sarah is
married by then?)

Also...

Meyre SNAYDE coming to Rio de Janeiro in 1942 en route to Uruguay.
His birthdate is listed as 5 March 1945, but this must be in error,
given the date of emigration, but the town indexed as "Thernovic,
Russia," is definitely "Czernovitz. His parents: Seilik SNAYDE and
Rosa SNAYDE. On this card it looks like he came >from Cherbourg in
France.

The direct link to the search engine is here:

https://familysearch.org/search/collection/location/1927159

(But always use the global search engine as well..just in case.)

Search on both spellings as Soundex didn't bring up both at the same
time. These cards have other useful identifying information that may
lead you to other records or places. There are photos with both sets.

Note that many records have not yet been indexed, but the images are
available which you can search through as if you were at the archive
and presented with a record book. Time consuming, but often
rewarding. More indexes are always being uploaded, so check back.
This is an excellent, free resource.

Good luck!

Pamela Weisberger
Santa Monica, CA
pweisberger@gmail.com

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