Re: Nyitra Vital Records #hungary


I believe this message is in plain text. Could you advise me who I
contact regarding the status of the Nyitra marriages/death records
project? I am interested in assisting if translators are still

Thank you.
Valerie Oblath

On Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 11:04 PM, H-SIG digest
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H-SIG Digest for Tuesday, November 14, 2017.

1. New material in the Hungarian Databases


Subject: New material in the Hungarian Databases
Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2017 23:56:40 +0000 (UTC)
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I am happy to announce that we were able to make another large upload into the
Hungarian databases, over 16000 entries this time. Besides the smaller projects of
Fuzer [Abauj-Torna], Monok [Zemplen] and Kisszeben [Saros], we also have some
additional data for Aranyosmeggyes [Szatmar] and Papa [Veszprem]. But the most
substential additions are the long awaited civil birth records for Kassa for the
years 1895-1915, and the huge Nyitra project - births only for now, marriages and
deaths are being readied for the next upload. A great big thank you goes for
these to Peter Absolon and Henry Wellisch respectively.

I would also like to remind our SIG members that if the new material will help in
the progress of your research, you can show your appreciation by making a small
donation towards further acquisitions.

Sarah Feuerstein

JewishGen Hungarian Vital Records Coordinator

Moderator: Many thanks to Sarah who has done a marvelous job coordinating this
effort and painstakingly reviewing the transcribed records before they are uploaded.
Volunteers like Sarah and those who transcribe records are essential to our effort
to continue to provide an outstanding resource for those researching their Hungarian
Jewish families. I you are unable to help transcribe records, please consider a
donation to allow us to continue acquiring new images >from archives overseas.



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