Records for Kamenka, Bukowina (also spelled Kamianka, and also known as Petriceni in Romanian and Kam'yanka in Ukranian) #ukraine


Brian Blitz
 

I would greatly appreciate if anyone is able to point me in the right direction for records related to Kamianka, Ukraine.  There are a number of towns with similar names, however I believe "my" Kamianka is the town that is just north of the Romanian border at Siret, Romania, and about 40 km south of Chernivtsi (Czernowitz).  The town was known as Kamenka in German, Petriceni or Camenca in Romanian, and is now called Кам'янка in Ukrainian).

I have found no on-line records or archives that might contain records from Kamenka.  I've searched through records at jewishgen, jri-poland, gesher galicia, ehpes, familysearch, etc.  Ideally, I'm looking for the time period 1870-1910, but anything would be much appreciated. Note that the 1900 Bukowina Gazeteer shows there being 135 Jews in Kamenka in 1900, so I wonder if the records were kept with those in another town or if they have survived to the present.

Thank you.

Brian Blitz
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