Date   

SITE CITE - The North-Rhine-Westphalian Jewish vital records from before 1876 #germany

John Paul Lowens <jplowens@...>
 

The North-Rhine-Westphalian archives have put their holdings of Jewish
vital records >from before 1876 (i.e., the beginning of universal civil
registration) on line. So far, records >from the eastern half of the
region (Minden and Arnsberg regions plus the principality of
Lippe-Detmold) have been uploaded. Duesseldorf and Muenster are
presumably on their way.

The relative completeness of these records is one of their features.
Almost all records >from the Kreisgericht (county-court) era of 1847-74
are there, as are most of those >from 1822-1847. A few earlier records
from Napoleonic and post-Napoleonic times are there too. Coverage of
Lippe-Detmold seems close to complete for all of 1810-1875.

Cities represented here include: Bochum, Dortmund, Bielefeld, Minden,
Detmold and many smaller ones--a total of over 150 localities, some of
which cover several tiny communities.

http://tinyurl.com/j9ffrsz gets you to the Detmold region (formerly
Lippe-Detmold plus Minden).
http://www.archive.nrw.de/LAV_NRW/jsp/findbuch.jsp?archivNr=409&klassId=27&tektId=1258&id=21346&bestexpandId=1255

The home page for the Arnsberg region is: http://tinyurl.com/j5uzyxq
www.archive.nrw.de/LAV_NRW/jsp/findbuch.jsp?archivNr=409&id=21363&tektId=1261&bestexpandId=1259

The links at left get you to the town of your choice.

Willkommen beim Portal der Archive in NRW
www.archive.nrw.de

(>from Roger Lustig via Facebook)


New Databases on IGRA's Website #germany

Elena Bazes
 

IGRA has just released new and updated databases on its website.

Before viewing the databases, you must register for free on the IGRA
website http://genealogy.org.il/

Databases:

1. Miscellaneous Lists Dealing with Immigration >from Europe to
Palestine, 1942-43

a. Women & Children Authorized to Enter Palestine >from Poland,
Germany, Romania, Latvia, Hungary, Holland, Lithuania and
Czechoslovakia, 1942

b. List of Wives & Children in Poland who Applied for Authorization
to enter Palestine by Palestinian Residents, 1942

c. Von Dr. Enzer Beigelegten Liste - Verzeichnis der Personen von
Pecarus, 1943

d. Barlas Goldin Continental Hotel, 1940's

e. Schedule - Women & Children Authorized to Enter Palestine, 1942

f. List of Returned Visas, 1942

All are currently in the Central Zionist Archives.

2. Lists of Immigrants >from Hungary, 1947
This addition completes this database. There are now four different
files totaling approximately 35,000 names. All are currently in the
Central Zionist Archives.

3. Parcels to Poland, 1946-7

This list contains the names and addresses of donors/senders in
Palestine who sent parcels to Jews in Poland through the JOINT's (JDC)
office in Jerusalem and the names of the recipients of the parcels.
The document is found in the Archives of the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee (JDC).

If you locate the name of a donor in this database, when you click on
the DETAILS button, you will see a description of the database and at
the very bottom, a link for additional information. This link takes
you to the JDC website, to their search result page for that name.
Clicking on the "+" on the list of Remitter or Beneficiary will show
you the name of the recipient, as well as, the community they lived in
at that time in Poland. Further down on their page is a link to a PDF
- "View Document" which opens up the page where the name you are
searching is mentioned.

We take this opportunity to thank the JDC for sharing this database
with us and we look forward to additional projects of cooperation.

To view the databases, go to http://genealogy.org.il/AID/index.php

To view a slideshow of the databases, go to
http://www.slideshare.net/igra3/igra-release-may2016

Keep up to date on archives, databases, genealogy in general and
Jewish and Israeli roots in particular with IGRA on Facebook and
Twitter.

http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy http://twitter.com/JewDataGenGirl

Elena Bazes, IGRA Publicity Chairperson


German SIG #Germany SITE CITE - The North-Rhine-Westphalian Jewish vital records from before 1876 #germany

John Paul Lowens <jplowens@...>
 

The North-Rhine-Westphalian archives have put their holdings of Jewish
vital records >from before 1876 (i.e., the beginning of universal civil
registration) on line. So far, records >from the eastern half of the
region (Minden and Arnsberg regions plus the principality of
Lippe-Detmold) have been uploaded. Duesseldorf and Muenster are
presumably on their way.

The relative completeness of these records is one of their features.
Almost all records >from the Kreisgericht (county-court) era of 1847-74
are there, as are most of those >from 1822-1847. A few earlier records
from Napoleonic and post-Napoleonic times are there too. Coverage of
Lippe-Detmold seems close to complete for all of 1810-1875.

Cities represented here include: Bochum, Dortmund, Bielefeld, Minden,
Detmold and many smaller ones--a total of over 150 localities, some of
which cover several tiny communities.

http://tinyurl.com/j9ffrsz gets you to the Detmold region (formerly
Lippe-Detmold plus Minden).
http://www.archive.nrw.de/LAV_NRW/jsp/findbuch.jsp?archivNr=409&klassId=27&tektId=1258&id=21346&bestexpandId=1255

The home page for the Arnsberg region is: http://tinyurl.com/j5uzyxq
www.archive.nrw.de/LAV_NRW/jsp/findbuch.jsp?archivNr=409&id=21363&tektId=1261&bestexpandId=1259

The links at left get you to the town of your choice.

Willkommen beim Portal der Archive in NRW
www.archive.nrw.de

(>from Roger Lustig via Facebook)


German SIG #Germany New Databases on IGRA's Website #germany

Elena Bazes
 

IGRA has just released new and updated databases on its website.

Before viewing the databases, you must register for free on the IGRA
website http://genealogy.org.il/

Databases:

1. Miscellaneous Lists Dealing with Immigration >from Europe to
Palestine, 1942-43

a. Women & Children Authorized to Enter Palestine >from Poland,
Germany, Romania, Latvia, Hungary, Holland, Lithuania and
Czechoslovakia, 1942

b. List of Wives & Children in Poland who Applied for Authorization
to enter Palestine by Palestinian Residents, 1942

c. Von Dr. Enzer Beigelegten Liste - Verzeichnis der Personen von
Pecarus, 1943

d. Barlas Goldin Continental Hotel, 1940's

e. Schedule - Women & Children Authorized to Enter Palestine, 1942

f. List of Returned Visas, 1942

All are currently in the Central Zionist Archives.

2. Lists of Immigrants >from Hungary, 1947
This addition completes this database. There are now four different
files totaling approximately 35,000 names. All are currently in the
Central Zionist Archives.

3. Parcels to Poland, 1946-7

This list contains the names and addresses of donors/senders in
Palestine who sent parcels to Jews in Poland through the JOINT's (JDC)
office in Jerusalem and the names of the recipients of the parcels.
The document is found in the Archives of the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee (JDC).

If you locate the name of a donor in this database, when you click on
the DETAILS button, you will see a description of the database and at
the very bottom, a link for additional information. This link takes
you to the JDC website, to their search result page for that name.
Clicking on the "+" on the list of Remitter or Beneficiary will show
you the name of the recipient, as well as, the community they lived in
at that time in Poland. Further down on their page is a link to a PDF
- "View Document" which opens up the page where the name you are
searching is mentioned.

We take this opportunity to thank the JDC for sharing this database
with us and we look forward to additional projects of cooperation.

To view the databases, go to http://genealogy.org.il/AID/index.php

To view a slideshow of the databases, go to
http://www.slideshare.net/igra3/igra-release-may2016

Keep up to date on archives, databases, genealogy in general and
Jewish and Israeli roots in particular with IGRA on Facebook and
Twitter.

http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy http://twitter.com/JewDataGenGirl

Elena Bazes, IGRA Publicity Chairperson


ViewMate- Gravestone Translation Request & Photo Condition Question #general

rootsjew@juno.com
 

I've posted a vital record (a tombstone) in Polish for which I
need a translation. I'd also like to know about the photo
accompanying the inscription.

It is on ViewMate at the following address
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM46830

I've only run across one other relative who whose grave marker
included a photo. How common is this?

Anna B. BARNETT's grave marker appears to have been either a victim
of the elements or defaced? Is there another explanation?

I am not quite sure how Anna is related to me and would like some
help linking her to other possible relatives.

Here's what I know:

Anna's gravestone indicates she was about 70 at the time of her death.
According to the 1915 Census for Des Moines, (Polk County), Iowa, Anna
was a widow with an 8th grade "common education," living at 613 or 615
Lyon in Des Moines (Ward 5).

That same census information indicates she had been in the US since
1908 she was age 54 which, if true, means Anna was born about 1861,
not 1869.

I believe Anna was Russian-Poland born.

I am informed Anna's tombstone reveals that she (Chai/Haih Rae or
Chaya Rayzel) was the daughter of Mr.Arie Leib or Aryah Leib and the
inscription indicates she died 11 Tamuz 5699. "May her soul be bound
up in the bond of everlasting life."

The BARNETT surname was originally RAVERAYA or something similar.

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Stacy Harris


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate- Gravestone Translation Request & Photo Condition Question #general

rootsjew@juno.com
 

I've posted a vital record (a tombstone) in Polish for which I
need a translation. I'd also like to know about the photo
accompanying the inscription.

It is on ViewMate at the following address
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM46830

I've only run across one other relative who whose grave marker
included a photo. How common is this?

Anna B. BARNETT's grave marker appears to have been either a victim
of the elements or defaced? Is there another explanation?

I am not quite sure how Anna is related to me and would like some
help linking her to other possible relatives.

Here's what I know:

Anna's gravestone indicates she was about 70 at the time of her death.
According to the 1915 Census for Des Moines, (Polk County), Iowa, Anna
was a widow with an 8th grade "common education," living at 613 or 615
Lyon in Des Moines (Ward 5).

That same census information indicates she had been in the US since
1908 she was age 54 which, if true, means Anna was born about 1861,
not 1869.

I believe Anna was Russian-Poland born.

I am informed Anna's tombstone reveals that she (Chai/Haih Rae or
Chaya Rayzel) was the daughter of Mr.Arie Leib or Aryah Leib and the
inscription indicates she died 11 Tamuz 5699. "May her soul be bound
up in the bond of everlasting life."

The BARNETT surname was originally RAVERAYA or something similar.

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Stacy Harris


(US-NY) New England Historic Genealogical Society Offers Free Access to Their NY Holdings Through June 30 #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The New England Historic Genealogical Society is offering free access to
guest users to its New York databases on its AmericanAncestors.org
website through June 30. You are required to register with name, address,
password and email. The databases cover the entire New York State.

Go to: http://www.americanancestors.org/New-York and sign up for the free
access. On this page you can see the variety off NY offerings including A
Guide to NY Research; New York Databases; New York Newspapers and other NY
offerings, To see the databases that are offered at:
http://tinyurl.com/zvfbq2s
Original url:

http://www.americanancestors.org/browse-database/?IsFree=true&size=100&page1

If you access other than the NY collection you will be prompted to
subscribe. Click on the "Search New York Databases".

Once you are registered the "guest user benefits" page has the free
databases which you can search-including the American Jewish Historical
Society - New England Archives: Jewish Cemeteries in Massachusetts; free
issues of American Ancestors Magazine and free resources that can be
downloaded-templates, research guides and more.

I have no affiliation with the New England Historic Genealogical Society
and am posting this solely for the information of the reader.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (US-NY) New England Historic Genealogical Society Offers Free Access to Their NY Holdings Through June 30 #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The New England Historic Genealogical Society is offering free access to
guest users to its New York databases on its AmericanAncestors.org
website through June 30. You are required to register with name, address,
password and email. The databases cover the entire New York State.

Go to: http://www.americanancestors.org/New-York and sign up for the free
access. On this page you can see the variety off NY offerings including A
Guide to NY Research; New York Databases; New York Newspapers and other NY
offerings, To see the databases that are offered at:
http://tinyurl.com/zvfbq2s
Original url:

http://www.americanancestors.org/browse-database/?IsFree=true&size=100&page1

If you access other than the NY collection you will be prompted to
subscribe. Click on the "Search New York Databases".

Once you are registered the "guest user benefits" page has the free
databases which you can search-including the American Jewish Historical
Society - New England Archives: Jewish Cemeteries in Massachusetts; free
issues of American Ancestors Magazine and free resources that can be
downloaded-templates, research guides and more.

I have no affiliation with the New England Historic Genealogical Society
and am posting this solely for the information of the reader.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


How to request vital records from Warsaw archives? #warsaw #poland

Joel weiner
 

My grandfather was born in Warsaw about 1879, and was married there in
about 1898.

In my attempt to learn his parents' names, I would like to request
information for either of these events >from the archives there.

Can someone provide advice as to how and where to write?

Thanks,
Joel Weiner
(researching Endewelt, Endeweld, Endeveld, Endevelt)


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland How to request vital records from Warsaw archives? #warsaw #poland

Joel weiner
 

My grandfather was born in Warsaw about 1879, and was married there in
about 1898.

In my attempt to learn his parents' names, I would like to request
information for either of these events >from the archives there.

Can someone provide advice as to how and where to write?

Thanks,
Joel Weiner
(researching Endewelt, Endeweld, Endeveld, Endevelt)


Upcoming online exhibition: "The Celia Adler Story" #yiddish

steve725@...
 

ANNOUNCMENT: COMING JULY 1: "THE CELIA ADLER STORY"

The virtual Museum of the Yiddish Theatre proudly announces the upcoming
opening of its first major online exhibition, "The Celia Adler Story."
Officially, it will be going online Friday, July 1, 2016.

Celia Adler, the daughter of the famed Yiddish actor, Jacob P. Adler and
Yiddish actress Dina Shtetin, was quite famous in her own right. >from her
early days on the Yiddish stage-the first an impromptu appearance as a
baby-to her many appearances on the Yiddish stage and subsequent appearance
on the American (English) stage, Celia had quite an illustrious career, as
well as a very interesting personal life.

With the cooperation of her son, Dr. Selwyn Freed, and his family, as well
as with the American Jewish Committee, the Museum of the Yiddish Theatre
will present to you this multi-faced, multimedia exhibition.
The exhibition will include, for the first time, the publication of her
two-volume autobiography in English (previously it had only been published
in hard cover, in 1959), which was translated by Celia's dear friend, Jacob
Tickman, and subsequently edited by this Museum's founder and director, Dr.
Steven Lasky. Links will be provided to the online Yiddish-language version.

You will also hear excerpts of a 1974 interview conducted with Celia by the
American Jewish Committee, in which she shares anecdotes of her life on the
Yiddish stage, and in her own personal life.
Celia Adler also gave a talk to a senior center in 1975 about the history of
Yiddish theatre, and this will be available to you for your listening
pleasure as part of the Museum's Lecture Series.

You will be in for a treat as you listen to Celia's recitation, in both
Yiddish and English, of a Mani Leib poem about Eliahu Hanavi ("The
Stranger"), which she recited during one of her own family seders.

Lastly, you will listen to excerpts >from multiple interviews conducted with
her son, Dr. Selwyn Freed, about his mother and father's life (Celia was
once married to Yiddish actor Lazar Freed), as well as the life of the famed
Yiddish actor, Ludwig Satz (who was Celia's brother-in-law.) These sound
clips will be presented to you in the form of a video, and will be changed
at various points along the duration of the online exhibition, which will
remain online for at least three months.

So there will be a lot to read, see and hear. So many stories, such a great
insight into the long history of the Yiddish theatre, >from the lips of our
dear Celia Adler, quite a marvelous actress and dear person as well. You
will hear about her father, mother, siblings, and so many of the great (and
not-so-great) stars of the Yiddish theatre of yore. There aren't too many
opportunities to hear and learn so much about the Yiddish theatre,
especially online, so don't forget to take advantage of such a rare
opportunity!

This online exhibition, as well as the Internet-only Museum itself, has been
developed out of a sense of devotion to the preservation of Jewish history
and culture. The Museum is a "sub-division" of the much larger "Museum of
Family History," which was created in 2005, with the expressed purpose to
preserve the memory of our families and history for the present and future
generations.

So please look out for the announcement of the Celia Adler exhibition toward
the end of the month! The link to the exhibition will be found at that time
at http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/moyt/main.htm .

Regards,
Dr. Steven Lasky
Founder and Director
Museum of Family History
Museum of the Yiddish Theatre
http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com
mailto:steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre Upcoming online exhibition: "The Celia Adler Story" #yiddish

steve725@...
 

ANNOUNCMENT: COMING JULY 1: "THE CELIA ADLER STORY"

The virtual Museum of the Yiddish Theatre proudly announces the upcoming
opening of its first major online exhibition, "The Celia Adler Story."
Officially, it will be going online Friday, July 1, 2016.

Celia Adler, the daughter of the famed Yiddish actor, Jacob P. Adler and
Yiddish actress Dina Shtetin, was quite famous in her own right. >from her
early days on the Yiddish stage-the first an impromptu appearance as a
baby-to her many appearances on the Yiddish stage and subsequent appearance
on the American (English) stage, Celia had quite an illustrious career, as
well as a very interesting personal life.

With the cooperation of her son, Dr. Selwyn Freed, and his family, as well
as with the American Jewish Committee, the Museum of the Yiddish Theatre
will present to you this multi-faced, multimedia exhibition.
The exhibition will include, for the first time, the publication of her
two-volume autobiography in English (previously it had only been published
in hard cover, in 1959), which was translated by Celia's dear friend, Jacob
Tickman, and subsequently edited by this Museum's founder and director, Dr.
Steven Lasky. Links will be provided to the online Yiddish-language version.

You will also hear excerpts of a 1974 interview conducted with Celia by the
American Jewish Committee, in which she shares anecdotes of her life on the
Yiddish stage, and in her own personal life.
Celia Adler also gave a talk to a senior center in 1975 about the history of
Yiddish theatre, and this will be available to you for your listening
pleasure as part of the Museum's Lecture Series.

You will be in for a treat as you listen to Celia's recitation, in both
Yiddish and English, of a Mani Leib poem about Eliahu Hanavi ("The
Stranger"), which she recited during one of her own family seders.

Lastly, you will listen to excerpts >from multiple interviews conducted with
her son, Dr. Selwyn Freed, about his mother and father's life (Celia was
once married to Yiddish actor Lazar Freed), as well as the life of the famed
Yiddish actor, Ludwig Satz (who was Celia's brother-in-law.) These sound
clips will be presented to you in the form of a video, and will be changed
at various points along the duration of the online exhibition, which will
remain online for at least three months.

So there will be a lot to read, see and hear. So many stories, such a great
insight into the long history of the Yiddish theatre, >from the lips of our
dear Celia Adler, quite a marvelous actress and dear person as well. You
will hear about her father, mother, siblings, and so many of the great (and
not-so-great) stars of the Yiddish theatre of yore. There aren't too many
opportunities to hear and learn so much about the Yiddish theatre,
especially online, so don't forget to take advantage of such a rare
opportunity!

This online exhibition, as well as the Internet-only Museum itself, has been
developed out of a sense of devotion to the preservation of Jewish history
and culture. The Museum is a "sub-division" of the much larger "Museum of
Family History," which was created in 2005, with the expressed purpose to
preserve the memory of our families and history for the present and future
generations.

So please look out for the announcement of the Celia Adler exhibition toward
the end of the month! The link to the exhibition will be found at that time
at http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/moyt/main.htm .

Regards,
Dr. Steven Lasky
Founder and Director
Museum of Family History
Museum of the Yiddish Theatre
http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com
mailto:steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com


Professional Researcher in Chernivsti #ukraine

Renée K. Carl
 

Hello
I am seeking a professional researcher to help me on a project. I need
to access certain record fonds available at the State Archives in
Chernivsti.

If you are a professional and have access to the archives, or if you
can recommend someone to assist me with this work, please contact me
privately at rkcarl@gmail.com

Thank you
Renee Carl
Washington DC
rkcarl@gmail.com

Private replies to poster, please!


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Professional Researcher in Chernivsti #ukraine

Renée K. Carl
 

Hello
I am seeking a professional researcher to help me on a project. I need
to access certain record fonds available at the State Archives in
Chernivsti.

If you are a professional and have access to the archives, or if you
can recommend someone to assist me with this work, please contact me
privately at rkcarl@gmail.com

Thank you
Renee Carl
Washington DC
rkcarl@gmail.com

Private replies to poster, please!


Because of Eva: A Jewish Genealogical Journey - new book by Susan J. Gordon #general

Susan J. Gordon
 

Mysteries in my family's past prodded me to delve into World War II and
Holocaust history, with valuable assistance >from JewishGen databases and
members, too. Soon, my investigations led me through a side door into
the past, where family history merged with world history.

Part memoir, part detective story, Because of Eva: A Jewish Genealogical
Journey is an intimate tale of one woman's history within the epic sweep
of world events in the 20th century. What began as a seemingly simple
search for "Eva" the elderly relative who had signed my estranged
grandfather Aaron's death certificate long ago became a journey of
discovery after I found her in Tel Aviv. There, I heard Eva's stories of
survival during the Nazi occupation of Budapest in 1944, where she fought
in the resistance, saved other Jews, knew Raoul Wallenberg, and
subsequently cared for Aaron in his final years.

Eventually, I would fly to Budapest to walk Eva's streets in and out of
the former Jewish ghetto, and confirm her stories. I also visited
ancestral towns in Zbaraz, Skalat, and Tarnopol in Ukraine, and
Czernowitz in Bukovina to bear witness to the slaughter of entire
populations of Jews. Amid remains of loss and destruction in Aaron's
hometown, Zbaraz, I learned details of my family's life before relatives
came to America.

Available >from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Syracuse University Press,
independent booksellers, etc.

Susan J. Gordon
White Plains NY
sjgwed@aol.com
www.susanjgordon.com
www.becauseofeva.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Because of Eva: A Jewish Genealogical Journey - new book by Susan J. Gordon #general

Susan J. Gordon
 

Mysteries in my family's past prodded me to delve into World War II and
Holocaust history, with valuable assistance >from JewishGen databases and
members, too. Soon, my investigations led me through a side door into
the past, where family history merged with world history.

Part memoir, part detective story, Because of Eva: A Jewish Genealogical
Journey is an intimate tale of one woman's history within the epic sweep
of world events in the 20th century. What began as a seemingly simple
search for "Eva" the elderly relative who had signed my estranged
grandfather Aaron's death certificate long ago became a journey of
discovery after I found her in Tel Aviv. There, I heard Eva's stories of
survival during the Nazi occupation of Budapest in 1944, where she fought
in the resistance, saved other Jews, knew Raoul Wallenberg, and
subsequently cared for Aaron in his final years.

Eventually, I would fly to Budapest to walk Eva's streets in and out of
the former Jewish ghetto, and confirm her stories. I also visited
ancestral towns in Zbaraz, Skalat, and Tarnopol in Ukraine, and
Czernowitz in Bukovina to bear witness to the slaughter of entire
populations of Jews. Amid remains of loss and destruction in Aaron's
hometown, Zbaraz, I learned details of my family's life before relatives
came to America.

Available >from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Syracuse University Press,
independent booksellers, etc.

Susan J. Gordon
White Plains NY
sjgwed@aol.com
www.susanjgordon.com
www.becauseofeva.com


Re: Early 1880's Italian Records Found On-Line- free access *Update* #general

Sal & Ellen Barbieri <elsal@...>
 

Haven't checked this site in a year. They now have 48,443,687 images >from
44 State Archives in Italy as of March 2016.
Ex. I looked at Province of Bari, town: Palo del Colle. Divided into
sections so click all of them. Napoleanic has 1806-1815; Restaurazione has
intermittent years B. 1823-44, M & D 1816-60; Civile has all 1861-1900.
I also Goggled "palo del colle" & got a direct link to records on Mormon
site: Family Search. Would be helpful to do for other towns.

Buona Fortuna,
Ellen Barbieri- Researcher #8682
San Diego, CA

--
From: "Sal & Ellen Barbieri" <elsal@cox.net>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2015 23:16:56 -0800

Helping neighbor with town Frisanco, Udine. These sites have BMD, Banns &
Allegati (odds & ends) for most of years 1806-1815. Site says formed in
2011. Updated in 2015, says now has 20,679,681 images >from 26 State Archives
in Italy. Assume they will be adding more.

http://www.antenati.san.beniculturali.it/home

I googled above in quotation marks +Cosenza & got the following:

http://www.ibis.it/aras/trascrizioni.htm
Huge list of resources including Jewishgen, Immigration to Brazil, Argentina
& lots more.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Early 1880's Italian Records Found On-Line- free access *Update* #general

Sal & Ellen Barbieri <elsal@...>
 

Haven't checked this site in a year. They now have 48,443,687 images >from
44 State Archives in Italy as of March 2016.
Ex. I looked at Province of Bari, town: Palo del Colle. Divided into
sections so click all of them. Napoleanic has 1806-1815; Restaurazione has
intermittent years B. 1823-44, M & D 1816-60; Civile has all 1861-1900.
I also Goggled "palo del colle" & got a direct link to records on Mormon
site: Family Search. Would be helpful to do for other towns.

Buona Fortuna,
Ellen Barbieri- Researcher #8682
San Diego, CA

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From: "Sal & Ellen Barbieri" <elsal@cox.net>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2015 23:16:56 -0800

Helping neighbor with town Frisanco, Udine. These sites have BMD, Banns &
Allegati (odds & ends) for most of years 1806-1815. Site says formed in
2011. Updated in 2015, says now has 20,679,681 images >from 26 State Archives
in Italy. Assume they will be adding more.

http://www.antenati.san.beniculturali.it/home

I googled above in quotation marks +Cosenza & got the following:

http://www.ibis.it/aras/trascrizioni.htm
Huge list of resources including Jewishgen, Immigration to Brazil, Argentina
& lots more.


JGS' monthly Programme Reminder. #unitedkingdom

Raymond Montanjees
 

Dear Membership - here are a list of June's events.

Sun 5

2pm-5pm German SIG Jeanette Rosenberg at her house in Edgware.
RSVP jeanette.r.rosenberg@googlemail.com

Thur 16

7.30-9.00 Education Webinar Evening. Getting the Most out of Using
JewishGen.
RSVP Jeanette as above.

Sun 19
Manchester Regional Group. A Genealogy Workshop. In the chair, Anthony
Rosenthal. Event will be held at Meade Hill Rd. Shul Hall. RSVPs to Anthony
please.

Sun19

2.30-5pm A North Herts Regional Group meeting. Jeanette will lead a family
history workshop. RSVP Norman King at nandpking@btinternet.com
Location St Albans Masorti Synagogue.

Tues21

7.30-10pm A Chilterns & Home Counties Group meeting where Martin Sugarman
will present a talk. Further details >from and RSVPs to Stan Rose at
stan@stanrosefamily.com To be held at the regular N & P Lib.Syn. - in the
Osorio Hall.

Sun 26 Two for the price of one !

3pm-6. A library session at 33, Seymour Place W1. Lydia Collins and other
knowledgeable librarians will be on duty to assist.

Sun 26

2.30pm-6.00pm. Eastern European Special Interest Group. RSVPs to me please -
Raymond Montanjees at raymusik@aol.com. We may be welcoming a speaker.
TBA. Either way - we will hold our regular and very successful Workshop.
To be held at 33 Seymour Place (The WLS) in the Council Room on the 1st
floor.

Thank you if you can attend.

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom JGS' monthly Programme Reminder. #unitedkingdom

Raymond Montanjees
 

Dear Membership - here are a list of June's events.

Sun 5

2pm-5pm German SIG Jeanette Rosenberg at her house in Edgware.
RSVP jeanette.r.rosenberg@googlemail.com

Thur 16

7.30-9.00 Education Webinar Evening. Getting the Most out of Using
JewishGen.
RSVP Jeanette as above.

Sun 19
Manchester Regional Group. A Genealogy Workshop. In the chair, Anthony
Rosenthal. Event will be held at Meade Hill Rd. Shul Hall. RSVPs to Anthony
please.

Sun19

2.30-5pm A North Herts Regional Group meeting. Jeanette will lead a family
history workshop. RSVP Norman King at nandpking@btinternet.com
Location St Albans Masorti Synagogue.

Tues21

7.30-10pm A Chilterns & Home Counties Group meeting where Martin Sugarman
will present a talk. Further details >from and RSVPs to Stan Rose at
stan@stanrosefamily.com To be held at the regular N & P Lib.Syn. - in the
Osorio Hall.

Sun 26 Two for the price of one !

3pm-6. A library session at 33, Seymour Place W1. Lydia Collins and other
knowledgeable librarians will be on duty to assist.

Sun 26

2.30pm-6.00pm. Eastern European Special Interest Group. RSVPs to me please -
Raymond Montanjees at raymusik@aol.com. We may be welcoming a speaker.
TBA. Either way - we will hold our regular and very successful Workshop.
To be held at 33 Seymour Place (The WLS) in the Council Room on the 1st
floor.

Thank you if you can attend.

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

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