Re: Mexican Vital Records relative from Poland #latinamerica


skyejaz@...
 

Marriage records in Mexico can sometimes be a bit hard to find. I have a world explorer subscription and can see if I can find anything for you tonight. 

Death records are a bit easier (but the transcription from Yiddish/Spanish/English can sometimes be really messed up).[I found my husband's grandfather Efaim Fishel indexed under Peroim Pizzel- lol!)
  You may also want to try a neat website that I found for a Mexican newspaper that has a lot of information an marriages and deaths  It's called prensa Israelita and it is in Spanish, but I've had good luck in finding my husband's Mexican family.  https://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00065527/00228


Wendy Cadieux
Manchester, NH

Searching Borenstein, Mostkoff, Bauman, Sapotnitsky, Boruchovich, Polak


On Sun, Jun 7, 2020 at 03:49 PM, Carol wrote:

Does anyone have a clue where I could find a marriage and death record for a Polish immigrant who settled in Mexico around 1900-1920, married a few years later, and died in the late 1930s? His name was Max Greenberg from Waldowa; he married Masha Allegant and had two children: “Raquel” and “Juan.”   I can find him in a census on line, and found birth records for the two children, but would love to see the other documents.  Thanks!

 

Carol Isenberg Clingan

Dedham MA

 

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