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Births records. Valdemarpils. 1866 #latvia

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Births records. Valdemarpils. 1867 #latvia

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Births records. Valdemarpils. 1868 and 1869 #latvia

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Births records. Valdemarpils. 1870 #latvia

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Births records. Valdemarpils. 1871 #latvia

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Question regarding Rabinati records in Raduraksti #latvia

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Hi,

I am trying to find the birth Record of Rachel Rosen (Rasin, Raisen,
Raichin, etc.),
who is an ancestor of my son.

According to some of her descendants, she was born in Dvinsk, in present
day
Latvia. According to her gravestone she was born on May 20, 1887, but
some
records propose it to be in 1877. However, 1887 is the most likely year I
believe. I have
been searching jewishgen Latvia database in any imaginable way with
different spelling etc.
But so far to no avail.

I recently discovered the Raduraksti rabinati records, and have tried to
make
sense om the contents of birth records >from Dvinsk >from 1887. However, I
am somewhat
challenged on the cyrillic - to say the least ;-) I therefore have a
couple of questions
I hope somebody on this list is able to answer:

1. Is the contents of the Raduraksti Rabinati records expected to have
the information
I seek ?

2. If yes, is the contents of Raduraksti Rabinati records already indexed
to show up
in a search in the jewisgen Latvia database ? I would hate to use a
lot of time on
something that has no meaning.

3. If I should try to sift through the 1887 birth records >from the
Raduraksti Rabinati I wonder
if anyone can give me a translation of the cyrillic text in the column
headings of the pages ?

Best regards,

Jan Thomsen
Denmark
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Latvia SIG #Latvia Question regarding Rabinati records in Raduraksti #latvia

jan.thomsen@...
 

Hi,

I am trying to find the birth Record of Rachel Rosen (Rasin, Raisen,
Raichin, etc.),
who is an ancestor of my son.

According to some of her descendants, she was born in Dvinsk, in present
day
Latvia. According to her gravestone she was born on May 20, 1887, but
some
records propose it to be in 1877. However, 1887 is the most likely year I
believe. I have
been searching jewishgen Latvia database in any imaginable way with
different spelling etc.
But so far to no avail.

I recently discovered the Raduraksti rabinati records, and have tried to
make
sense om the contents of birth records >from Dvinsk >from 1887. However, I
am somewhat
challenged on the cyrillic - to say the least ;-) I therefore have a
couple of questions
I hope somebody on this list is able to answer:

1. Is the contents of the Raduraksti Rabinati records expected to have
the information
I seek ?

2. If yes, is the contents of Raduraksti Rabinati records already indexed
to show up
in a search in the jewisgen Latvia database ? I would hate to use a
lot of time on
something that has no meaning.

3. If I should try to sift through the 1887 birth records >from the
Raduraksti Rabinati I wonder
if anyone can give me a translation of the cyrillic text in the column
headings of the pages ?

Best regards,

Jan Thomsen
Denmark
MODERATOR NOTE: Private replies only!


Births records. Valdemarpils. 1864 #latvia

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Subject: Births records. Valdemarpils. 1864
From: Christine Usdin
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Births records. Valdemarpils. 1865 #latvia

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Subject: Births records. Valdemarpils. 1865
From: Christine Usdin
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Latvia SIG #Latvia Births records. Valdemarpils. 1864 #latvia

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Subject: Births records. Valdemarpils. 1864
From: Christine Usdin
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Awful handwriting!
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Latvia SIG #Latvia Births records. Valdemarpils. 1865 #latvia

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Subject: Births records. Valdemarpils. 1865
From: Christine Usdin
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Christine Usdin
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Another Update to the IAJGS Legislative Alert #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Another update to the IAJGS Legislative Alert has been posted with
the date of March 24, 2010.

The Additions/Correction:

Massachusetts:

1.Added a link to read the IAJGS letter on S 820 which would
prevent access to birth and marriage records after 1841!
2. Corrected typo in title of Massachusetts bill H-2060 to
H-2064--the link was to the correct bill- just my typo
in the blurb--thank you to the readers who pointed this out!

New York NARA Move

Additional information on the move for the NYC NARA office in
18-24 months.

Go to www.iajgs.org and click either on the left hand button
for legislation and then latest alert, or in the middle of the
screen next to Public Records Access where the newsboy is and
click on latest alerts, scroll down the document to get to the
specific state:

The IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee works as a
group to address issues of access of vital records: birth,
marriage, death and census records. If you are aware of any
governmental action that would reduce access please let us know
by contacting me.

Jan Meisels Allen
IAJGS Director-at-large
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Another Update to the IAJGS Legislative Alert #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Another update to the IAJGS Legislative Alert has been posted with
the date of March 24, 2010.

The Additions/Correction:

Massachusetts:

1.Added a link to read the IAJGS letter on S 820 which would
prevent access to birth and marriage records after 1841!
2. Corrected typo in title of Massachusetts bill H-2060 to
H-2064--the link was to the correct bill- just my typo
in the blurb--thank you to the readers who pointed this out!

New York NARA Move

Additional information on the move for the NYC NARA office in
18-24 months.

Go to www.iajgs.org and click either on the left hand button
for legislation and then latest alert, or in the middle of the
screen next to Public Records Access where the newsboy is and
click on latest alerts, scroll down the document to get to the
specific state:

The IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee works as a
group to address issues of access of vital records: birth,
marriage, death and census records. If you are aware of any
governmental action that would reduce access please let us know
by contacting me.

Jan Meisels Allen
IAJGS Director-at-large
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Re: Lodz Prewar street name #general

Alexander Sharon
 

Adam Teitelbaum wrote
I was recently asked to translate a Yiddish letter written on a printed bill of
sale form with a printed address " Aleja 1-go Maja 4 Lodz". I concluded the
letter was written after the war, because the first of May only became a holiday
in Poland under the Soviets - after 1945. However I was wrong because the author
of the letter was murdered in the Shoah. So perhaps someone with a knowledge
of Lodz history can explain how did a street get named for the First of May in
pre-war Poland where membership in the Communist Party was illegal?
May 1st was celebrated as The Labour Movement Holiday >from mid 19th century Lodz
streets were renamed several times during 20 century.

Year Street name
1913 Pasaz Szulca
1925 Aleja 1 Maja
1933 Aleja 1 Maja
1939-45 Scharnhorststrasse
from 1945 Aleja 1 Maja
Best Regards,

Alexander Sharon
JGFF Editor


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Lodz Prewar street name #general

Alexander Sharon
 

Adam Teitelbaum wrote
I was recently asked to translate a Yiddish letter written on a printed bill of
sale form with a printed address " Aleja 1-go Maja 4 Lodz". I concluded the
letter was written after the war, because the first of May only became a holiday
in Poland under the Soviets - after 1945. However I was wrong because the author
of the letter was murdered in the Shoah. So perhaps someone with a knowledge
of Lodz history can explain how did a street get named for the First of May in
pre-war Poland where membership in the Communist Party was illegal?
May 1st was celebrated as The Labour Movement Holiday >from mid 19th century Lodz
streets were renamed several times during 20 century.

Year Street name
1913 Pasaz Szulca
1925 Aleja 1 Maja
1933 Aleja 1 Maja
1939-45 Scharnhorststrasse
from 1945 Aleja 1 Maja
Best Regards,

Alexander Sharon
JGFF Editor