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Try Yad Vashem database for testimonies submitted a land list of those murdered or sent to other places in the Soviet Union .
I found there which of my great grandfathers siblings and descendants either emigrated,
survived, or were murdered this way.
On May 7, 2021, at 2:23 AM, brianna.knoppow@... wrote:
Thank you - yes - I have his surname from his marriage certificate from a Belarus database. Alas, I have not found him on any other sources and I think likely he did not immigrate. The marriage certificate also lists his father's name. I'm trying to find out 1) what happened to him and his wife; 2) the name of his brothers.
The JewishGen Belarus database is throwing me off a little bit. It has a lot of good info that I am reviewing, however it also has a lot of the results show a list of what's technically available, but not up on JewishGen and translated. For example, https://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Belarus/mogilevb.htm
. It states that to access the records I must "LDS microfilms, or at the National Historical Archives of Belarus in Minsk." Am I missing something?
Washington DC (from Michigan)
Searching for BRIKER/BRICKER, MOGILL, HIRSCH, LIFSHITS
Diane Jacobs, Somerset, New Jersey