Re: The London Gazette #unitedkingdom


David Lewin
 

At 17:04 20/01/2022, Richard Stower wrote:
I have found a possible cousin-in-law, Olga
(Haves) Suchostawer, listed in the August 23,
1949 issue of The London Gazette. The page
appears to list the names and occupations of
refugees and/or displaced persons living in
post-war London. Her husband, Sigmund, was murdered in the Holocaust.

Is there someone who knows the purpose of The London Gazette?

Thank you.

Richard Stower
Yarmouth, Maine

Researching Kolomyya: SECHESTOWER, SPIERMAN, THAU, BEISER, GRAFF.

Chortkiv/Budaniv: GROSS, FELLNER, HOCHMAN

Dobrowa TarnowskÄ…: KANNER, SCHMIDT, WERNER

https://www.thegazette.co.uk/

It is the "Official Pub;lic Record" organ in the UK

https://www.thegazette.co.uk/about

The Gazette is formally the combination of three
publications: The London Gazette, The Belfast
Gazette and The Edinburgh Gazette. The Gazettes
are official journals of record.

As a publication, The Gazette consists largely of
statutory notices. This means that there is some
legal requirement for the notice placer to
advertise an event or proposal in The Gazette.
[snip]

David Lewin
London

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