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Re: ROZENTALs or ROSENTHALs from Warka. #general

Marilyn Hoffman <qofhearts2002@...>
 

I am seeking any information on the ROZENTAL or ROSENTHAL family >from Warka,
Poland. My Grandparents were Szmul and Sura ROZENTAL and their children were
Shlomo, Szrul or Israel, Frajda or Freida and Ruth ROZENTAL. There was a sister
who died >from tuberculosis before the war. My Uncle Szrul went to Israel after the
war and my Father Shlomo went to America. We do not know what happened to his
sisters and I believe his parents Szmul and Sura died in the Warsaw Ghetto. My
Grandfather Szmul made the tops of shoes and is listed in the Warka business
directory.
Thank you,
Marilyn Hoffman
qofhearts2002@yahoo.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: ROZENTALs or ROSENTHALs from Warka. #general

Marilyn Hoffman <qofhearts2002@...>
 

I am seeking any information on the ROZENTAL or ROSENTHAL family >from Warka,
Poland. My Grandparents were Szmul and Sura ROZENTAL and their children were
Shlomo, Szrul or Israel, Frajda or Freida and Ruth ROZENTAL. There was a sister
who died >from tuberculosis before the war. My Uncle Szrul went to Israel after the
war and my Father Shlomo went to America. We do not know what happened to his
sisters and I believe his parents Szmul and Sura died in the Warsaw Ghetto. My
Grandfather Szmul made the tops of shoes and is listed in the Warka business
directory.
Thank you,
Marilyn Hoffman
qofhearts2002@yahoo.com


BRUMBERG: Krasilov -> NY, USA + SARDINSKY/WAKSMAN (Cont.) #general

arnonh <arnonh@...>
 

Hello, Dear Genners!

The state of Israel is already 56 y/o (we're just in the end of the Independence
Day here), but my mysteries are much much older... ;-). Thanks to good colleagues,
I've made some steps forward since my previuos message last week. Now, I'm asking
your help in making some further steps in this derection.

My quetsions now concentrate on the following issues:
* how can I locate the following BRUMBERG's descendants? (maybe through the
mentioned WAKSMANs'/SARDINSKYs'?)
* how can I find Sam's/Bashia's death record/place?
* what kind of document will mention Sam's parents?

Here is what I've got till now:

Sam BRUMBERG (aka Schimen/Schiwen in his entries through Ellis Island in 1903,
1913), born in 1873/1877, emigrated to the USA >from Krasilov, Ukraine.

In 1903 (in EI manifest), he mentioned his brother-in-law "David WAKSMAN, c/o
Abram KOFFMAN, 49 Ludlow Street, Manhattan". In 1913, it is his brother-in-law
"SARDINSKY, 2195 Fifth Avenue, NYC".

In 1930 census we find him with his wife: Bashia (born 1879) and their daughters:
Lena (b. 1903), Rose (b. 1906), both born in Krasilov. Because Sam and Bashia's
children are both daughters - I find it hard to trace them. I couldn't find them
in the SSDI either.

Any help regarding the above questions will be of much help!

Yours Sincerely,
Arnon Hershkovitz, Israel
arnonh@tapuz.co.il


Future Descendants #general

Allison Whitlock <allisonawhitlock@...>
 

Hey all,

As genealogists, We all know about looking into the past, but now its possible to
look into the future too...

A company called Across Time delivers messages and items to people on dates up to
18 years into the future.

Its a proactive way to be a good ancestor to your descendants...

Check out the story as it relates to judaism:
jewish.press-world.com/v/61649.html

Allison Whitlock


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen BRUMBERG: Krasilov -> NY, USA + SARDINSKY/WAKSMAN (Cont.) #general

arnonh <arnonh@...>
 

Hello, Dear Genners!

The state of Israel is already 56 y/o (we're just in the end of the Independence
Day here), but my mysteries are much much older... ;-). Thanks to good colleagues,
I've made some steps forward since my previuos message last week. Now, I'm asking
your help in making some further steps in this derection.

My quetsions now concentrate on the following issues:
* how can I locate the following BRUMBERG's descendants? (maybe through the
mentioned WAKSMANs'/SARDINSKYs'?)
* how can I find Sam's/Bashia's death record/place?
* what kind of document will mention Sam's parents?

Here is what I've got till now:

Sam BRUMBERG (aka Schimen/Schiwen in his entries through Ellis Island in 1903,
1913), born in 1873/1877, emigrated to the USA >from Krasilov, Ukraine.

In 1903 (in EI manifest), he mentioned his brother-in-law "David WAKSMAN, c/o
Abram KOFFMAN, 49 Ludlow Street, Manhattan". In 1913, it is his brother-in-law
"SARDINSKY, 2195 Fifth Avenue, NYC".

In 1930 census we find him with his wife: Bashia (born 1879) and their daughters:
Lena (b. 1903), Rose (b. 1906), both born in Krasilov. Because Sam and Bashia's
children are both daughters - I find it hard to trace them. I couldn't find them
in the SSDI either.

Any help regarding the above questions will be of much help!

Yours Sincerely,
Arnon Hershkovitz, Israel
arnonh@tapuz.co.il


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Future Descendants #general

Allison Whitlock <allisonawhitlock@...>
 

Hey all,

As genealogists, We all know about looking into the past, but now its possible to
look into the future too...

A company called Across Time delivers messages and items to people on dates up to
18 years into the future.

Its a proactive way to be a good ancestor to your descendants...

Check out the story as it relates to judaism:
jewish.press-world.com/v/61649.html

Allison Whitlock


Federal Pensions #general

Joy Weaver <joyweave@...>
 

One of my uncles worked at the Brooklyn Navy Yard during the era when I believe
federal employees had separate pensions and did not receive Soc. Sec. benefits.
Does anyone know how to access such records?

Joy Weaver
East Islip, NY

POLAND (Krasnik, Zaklikow, Lublin): Blumberg, Fogiel, Rosenel./
BELARUS (Wisoke-Litovsk, Brest, Grodno): Feinberg, Vilner, Greenberg, Petruskitz,
Deibach.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Federal Pensions #general

Joy Weaver <joyweave@...>
 

One of my uncles worked at the Brooklyn Navy Yard during the era when I believe
federal employees had separate pensions and did not receive Soc. Sec. benefits.
Does anyone know how to access such records?

Joy Weaver
East Islip, NY

POLAND (Krasnik, Zaklikow, Lublin): Blumberg, Fogiel, Rosenel./
BELARUS (Wisoke-Litovsk, Brest, Grodno): Feinberg, Vilner, Greenberg, Petruskitz,
Deibach.


Was your family in London in 1904?? #general

Alice Josephs
 

Was your family in London, England in 1904?

If your family was in London in 1904, please have a look at the wedding photo at

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4033

This is the wedding of Bluma (or Blooma) GOLDMAN 1879-1961 and Philip MARSH
(Pinchus MARCHINSKY) 1880-1975. The couple eventually emigrated to the USA.

But who are the wedding guests? Do you recognize anybody?

The mother of Bluma, Malka GOLDMACHER GOLDMAN and my great grandmother Leah
GOLDMACHER DON were sisters. They were both >from Pultusk, Mazovia, Poland. For
more information on Bluma, Philip and the GOLDMACHER/GOLDMAN/DON family see my
family tree website at

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~genealice/wc01_039.html

Please contact me privately if your family or anyone you recognize is looking out
at you >from the photo!

Alice Josephs
UK


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Was your family in London in 1904?? #general

Alice Josephs
 

Was your family in London, England in 1904?

If your family was in London in 1904, please have a look at the wedding photo at

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4033

This is the wedding of Bluma (or Blooma) GOLDMAN 1879-1961 and Philip MARSH
(Pinchus MARCHINSKY) 1880-1975. The couple eventually emigrated to the USA.

But who are the wedding guests? Do you recognize anybody?

The mother of Bluma, Malka GOLDMACHER GOLDMAN and my great grandmother Leah
GOLDMACHER DON were sisters. They were both >from Pultusk, Mazovia, Poland. For
more information on Bluma, Philip and the GOLDMACHER/GOLDMAN/DON family see my
family tree website at

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~genealice/wc01_039.html

Please contact me privately if your family or anyone you recognize is looking out
at you >from the photo!

Alice Josephs
UK


Rabbi Mordechai Pinchas of Tzfat #rabbinic

philapple@...
 

It has been reported that Leah GHALI, the Jewish wife of Egyptian
diplomat, Butros GHALI (a Coptic Christian), is a granddaughter of
a rabbi named Mordechai Pinchas, who was born in Tzfat (Safed) in
1881.

Leah's parents were Pauline Tzipora Rachel GOLDENBAUM and Chaim
Maurice Hirsh NADLER, European Jews who immigrated to Egypt. Later,
Chaim NADLER became the leading candy manufacturer in Alexandria.

Does anyone out there have any additional information about this
Rabbi Mordechai Pinchas? Was that his full name, or is there an
additional (last) name? How is it that he was born in Eretz Yisrael
and his children immigrated to Egypt >from Europe? Which of the
NADLERs was his child -- Pauline or Chaim?

Thanks.

Phillip Applebaum


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Rabbi Mordechai Pinchas of Tzfat #rabbinic

philapple@...
 

It has been reported that Leah GHALI, the Jewish wife of Egyptian
diplomat, Butros GHALI (a Coptic Christian), is a granddaughter of
a rabbi named Mordechai Pinchas, who was born in Tzfat (Safed) in
1881.

Leah's parents were Pauline Tzipora Rachel GOLDENBAUM and Chaim
Maurice Hirsh NADLER, European Jews who immigrated to Egypt. Later,
Chaim NADLER became the leading candy manufacturer in Alexandria.

Does anyone out there have any additional information about this
Rabbi Mordechai Pinchas? Was that his full name, or is there an
additional (last) name? How is it that he was born in Eretz Yisrael
and his children immigrated to Egypt >from Europe? Which of the
NADLERs was his child -- Pauline or Chaim?

Thanks.

Phillip Applebaum


Re: Online Social Security Death Index #general

Adelle Gloger
 

It is possible that a person's name does not appear on the Social Security Death
Index because their employment was not covered by Soc. Sec. Just because someone
has a Soc. Sec. number, does not mean their employment was covered by soc. sec.

People who worked for city, state, county, or public education are covered by
their public retirement system and therefore are not entitled to any type of
benefits >from Soc. Sec.

I beleive that one's name appears on the SSDI only if they received monthly
benefits and the death was reported to the Soc. Sec. Admin. Usually, the funeral
home reports the death.

Adelle Weintraub Gloger
Shaker Hts., Ohio
agloger@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: Online Social Security Death Index #general

Adelle Gloger
 

It is possible that a person's name does not appear on the Social Security Death
Index because their employment was not covered by Soc. Sec. Just because someone
has a Soc. Sec. number, does not mean their employment was covered by soc. sec.

People who worked for city, state, county, or public education are covered by
their public retirement system and therefore are not entitled to any type of
benefits >from Soc. Sec.

I beleive that one's name appears on the SSDI only if they received monthly
benefits and the death was reported to the Soc. Sec. Admin. Usually, the funeral
home reports the death.

Adelle Weintraub Gloger
Shaker Hts., Ohio
agloger@aol.com


May Meeting, Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Miami #general

Joan Parker <housemom@...>
 

Next Regular Meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Miami:
Sunday - May 2, 2004
At 10:00 A.M. Greater Miami Jewish Federation Building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd...
Miami

Parking is now >from the rear of the building, and not off Biscayne Blvd. Since
Security arrangements are in effect please have a photo I.D. with you It may be
required.

As usual refreshments will be served and the library will be open before and at
the conclusion Of the program.

And the program is a great one. We ar delighted to have as our guest speaker
Rabbi Alvin M.Poplack. He is the author of "Holocaust Memorials in Metro New
York Cemeteries and Their use in Genealogy Research" His book is in our library,
generously donated by Diane Frankel. Rabbi Poplack, now retired and living in
South Florida, is Rabbi Emeritus of the Bellrose Jewish Center in Queens, New York
and former Chaplain of the International Synagogue of JFK Airport in New york
City.

In addition to this wonderful program Barbara Musikar will present the nominating
Committee and the Slate of Officer and Board Member Candidates.

Don't forget to check out our website: www.jgs-miami.org >from time to time to see
what's new, find new websites, get new ideas.

Joan Parker
President JGS-GM, Inc.
Miami, FL
Searching: GOLDBERG and GOODSTEIN-Plock, Poland/Russia and Brooklyn, NY;
PINKUS and WINOGRAD-Grodno, Russia-Brest, Litovsk maybe Odessa, Ukraine, Bronx and
Brooklyn, NY;
GELFAND, YEHUDIS, KATZ-Minsk, Bronx, NY, Miami and Miami Beach, FL.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen May Meeting, Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Miami #general

Joan Parker <housemom@...>
 

Next Regular Meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Miami:
Sunday - May 2, 2004
At 10:00 A.M. Greater Miami Jewish Federation Building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd...
Miami

Parking is now >from the rear of the building, and not off Biscayne Blvd. Since
Security arrangements are in effect please have a photo I.D. with you It may be
required.

As usual refreshments will be served and the library will be open before and at
the conclusion Of the program.

And the program is a great one. We ar delighted to have as our guest speaker
Rabbi Alvin M.Poplack. He is the author of "Holocaust Memorials in Metro New
York Cemeteries and Their use in Genealogy Research" His book is in our library,
generously donated by Diane Frankel. Rabbi Poplack, now retired and living in
South Florida, is Rabbi Emeritus of the Bellrose Jewish Center in Queens, New York
and former Chaplain of the International Synagogue of JFK Airport in New york
City.

In addition to this wonderful program Barbara Musikar will present the nominating
Committee and the Slate of Officer and Board Member Candidates.

Don't forget to check out our website: www.jgs-miami.org >from time to time to see
what's new, find new websites, get new ideas.

Joan Parker
President JGS-GM, Inc.
Miami, FL
Searching: GOLDBERG and GOODSTEIN-Plock, Poland/Russia and Brooklyn, NY;
PINKUS and WINOGRAD-Grodno, Russia-Brest, Litovsk maybe Odessa, Ukraine, Bronx and
Brooklyn, NY;
GELFAND, YEHUDIS, KATZ-Minsk, Bronx, NY, Miami and Miami Beach, FL.


Viewmate Polish and German Translations #general

Renee Tepper <renee@...>
 

Dear Genners,
I have posted five documents that need translating, on Viewmate. I hope someone
can help me. I would be very grateful. If so, please reply privately to
renee@nvcc.com.

My greatgrandfather's Polish birth certificate in 1893:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4020

Two page Polish marriage certificate >from around 1873:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4021
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4022

German 2 page letter to my father (now deceased) >from someone in His DP camp in
1949:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4023
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4024

Thank you very much,
Renée Grobtuch Tepper
Canton, MA

Researching :
GROBTUCH, GRABTUCH, GROBLUCH, etc. - Poland (Warsaw, Przemysl, Krakow, Tarnow,
Jaslo, Rzeszow)
ROTHSTEIN - Yedintsy
ZEIDENBERG, SEIDENBERG - Poland (Warsaw)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate Polish and German Translations #general

Renee Tepper <renee@...>
 

Dear Genners,
I have posted five documents that need translating, on Viewmate. I hope someone
can help me. I would be very grateful. If so, please reply privately to
renee@nvcc.com.

My greatgrandfather's Polish birth certificate in 1893:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4020

Two page Polish marriage certificate >from around 1873:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4021
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4022

German 2 page letter to my father (now deceased) >from someone in His DP camp in
1949:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4023
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4024

Thank you very much,
Renée Grobtuch Tepper
Canton, MA

Researching :
GROBTUCH, GRABTUCH, GROBLUCH, etc. - Poland (Warsaw, Przemysl, Krakow, Tarnow,
Jaslo, Rzeszow)
ROTHSTEIN - Yedintsy
ZEIDENBERG, SEIDENBERG - Poland (Warsaw)


RESEARCH RESOURCE - Berlin historical Residents Index -SITE CITE #germany

Andreas J. Schwab <andreas.schwab@...>
 

Given that the historical Berlin Residents Index is an important
resource for German-Jewish genalogy, I decided to make the translaton
available to the group:

http://www.landesarchiv-berlin.de/lab-neu/03_04.htm

Request form for information >from the Berlin Residents Index (EMK)
The Berlin State Archives keep the Citizens of Berlin Residents Index
from 1875 to 1948 for Berlin (East) and until 1960 for Berlin (West).
It is an indispensable aid for questions of family research regarding
persons who used to live in Berlin during this period. Therefore it
is - though incomplete - very extensive. In addition, it contains
more comprehensive data about inhabitants than the printed
directories of the city, such as references to BMD procedures. Given
that the former Central File at the Berlin Police Headquarters had
been lost during and after the war, the Residents Index in its
current form was put together at the end of the 1940s as a new
central file >from data remaining at Berlin police stations. Hence,
the various war damages of the police stations as well as the postwar
situation explain the gaps. In cantrast to conventional card indices,
which follow alphabetical rules, a phonetic principle determines the
sorting sequence of the EMK. Thus, similarly sounding names, such as
Mueller and Miler or Ehlert and Oehlerdt, always stand together.

Within this name order, one continues to differentiate according to
men, widowed women and single women. For this reason, searches become
frequently very difficult. For data security and legal reasons, a use
by third parties is not possible. Nevertheless, the Berlin State
Archives will gladly give you information if you have a proven
interest. A request is necessary, using a form that you can download
from: EMK request form (pdf)

Http://www.landesarchiv-berlin.de/lab-neu/pic/03/_04/emk.pdf

Berlin State Archives
Eichborndamm 115-121
13403 Berlin
INFORMATION SHEET
about access to records >from the historical Berlin Residents Index
(EMK) of 1875 - 1960 * (inclomplete due to war and post-war losses)

Personal information [about former Berlin residents] is available
from the historical Berlin Residents Index of 1875 - 1960 at the
Berlin State Archives. Generally, it contains the data of persons
who were deregistered by 31 December 1960 in Berlin (West) (because
of moving away or death). For Berlin (East), this deadline is the
year 1949. Later documents are generally with the Landeseinwohneramt
Berlin, 10958 Berlin, Friedrichstr. 219, department II - residents
affairs. So far, hardly any persons could be found that were born
before 1850. A search in the Residents Index can be performed if the
following information is given:
Surname
First or given name
Date of birth
For married women also the name at birth
Occupation
Married women can generally be found only with the data of the husband.
for the search for persons under age, the data of both parents are necessary.

Addresses are not a search criterion, they serve only comparative
purposes, if a reporting sheet could be determined.

Personal civil documents (birth, marriage, or death certificates)
cannot be provided >from the Residents Index. It can be only attempted
to determine the pertinent Berlin Standesamt where the event was
registered. For information >from the Berlin Residents Index, a
justified interest must be indicated in accordance with Section 8 of the
State Archives Law, generally to be proven by copies of appropriate
documents. The use of Residents Index requires a fee. For each
accomplished search a fee of euro 8.18 is raised (independently of
the result).

* Information requests which serve the fulfilment of a "Beweisnot"
[for legal purposes] are processed by the Landeseinwohneramt Berlin
(LEA), 10958 Berlin, Friedrichstrasse 219, department II, residents
affairs, Tel.: (030) 699-5; Fax: (030) 699 31378;
Email: info@lea.verwalt berlin.de

Berlin, February 2003
BERLIN STATE ARCHIVES
Eichborndamm 115-121
13403 Berlin
Sender: ..............................................
Re: Information request >from the old Berlin Residents Index (EMK) of
1875 - 1960
I would like to have a search accomplished in the EMK.
Reason of my request for investigation:
[ ] Genealogi research
[ ] Family research
[ ] Scientific research
Payment
[ ] I am ready to pay euro 8.18 per inquired person
[ ] I would like that further documents in the Berlin State Archives
are consulted for the investigations and charged for accordingly.
As proof of my entitled interest I attach the following copies:
[ ] proxy
[ ] proof of direct descendence
Person(s) for which information is requested:
Date:
Signature:

Andreas Schwab, Montreal, QC, Canada. <andreas.schwab@mcgill.ca>


German SIG #Germany RESEARCH RESOURCE - Berlin historical Residents Index -SITE CITE #germany

Andreas J. Schwab <andreas.schwab@...>
 

Given that the historical Berlin Residents Index is an important
resource for German-Jewish genalogy, I decided to make the translaton
available to the group:

http://www.landesarchiv-berlin.de/lab-neu/03_04.htm

Request form for information >from the Berlin Residents Index (EMK)
The Berlin State Archives keep the Citizens of Berlin Residents Index
from 1875 to 1948 for Berlin (East) and until 1960 for Berlin (West).
It is an indispensable aid for questions of family research regarding
persons who used to live in Berlin during this period. Therefore it
is - though incomplete - very extensive. In addition, it contains
more comprehensive data about inhabitants than the printed
directories of the city, such as references to BMD procedures. Given
that the former Central File at the Berlin Police Headquarters had
been lost during and after the war, the Residents Index in its
current form was put together at the end of the 1940s as a new
central file >from data remaining at Berlin police stations. Hence,
the various war damages of the police stations as well as the postwar
situation explain the gaps. In cantrast to conventional card indices,
which follow alphabetical rules, a phonetic principle determines the
sorting sequence of the EMK. Thus, similarly sounding names, such as
Mueller and Miler or Ehlert and Oehlerdt, always stand together.

Within this name order, one continues to differentiate according to
men, widowed women and single women. For this reason, searches become
frequently very difficult. For data security and legal reasons, a use
by third parties is not possible. Nevertheless, the Berlin State
Archives will gladly give you information if you have a proven
interest. A request is necessary, using a form that you can download
from: EMK request form (pdf)

Http://www.landesarchiv-berlin.de/lab-neu/pic/03/_04/emk.pdf

Berlin State Archives
Eichborndamm 115-121
13403 Berlin
INFORMATION SHEET
about access to records >from the historical Berlin Residents Index
(EMK) of 1875 - 1960 * (inclomplete due to war and post-war losses)

Personal information [about former Berlin residents] is available
from the historical Berlin Residents Index of 1875 - 1960 at the
Berlin State Archives. Generally, it contains the data of persons
who were deregistered by 31 December 1960 in Berlin (West) (because
of moving away or death). For Berlin (East), this deadline is the
year 1949. Later documents are generally with the Landeseinwohneramt
Berlin, 10958 Berlin, Friedrichstr. 219, department II - residents
affairs. So far, hardly any persons could be found that were born
before 1850. A search in the Residents Index can be performed if the
following information is given:
Surname
First or given name
Date of birth
For married women also the name at birth
Occupation
Married women can generally be found only with the data of the husband.
for the search for persons under age, the data of both parents are necessary.

Addresses are not a search criterion, they serve only comparative
purposes, if a reporting sheet could be determined.

Personal civil documents (birth, marriage, or death certificates)
cannot be provided >from the Residents Index. It can be only attempted
to determine the pertinent Berlin Standesamt where the event was
registered. For information >from the Berlin Residents Index, a
justified interest must be indicated in accordance with Section 8 of the
State Archives Law, generally to be proven by copies of appropriate
documents. The use of Residents Index requires a fee. For each
accomplished search a fee of euro 8.18 is raised (independently of
the result).

* Information requests which serve the fulfilment of a "Beweisnot"
[for legal purposes] are processed by the Landeseinwohneramt Berlin
(LEA), 10958 Berlin, Friedrichstrasse 219, department II, residents
affairs, Tel.: (030) 699-5; Fax: (030) 699 31378;
Email: info@lea.verwalt berlin.de

Berlin, February 2003
BERLIN STATE ARCHIVES
Eichborndamm 115-121
13403 Berlin
Sender: ..............................................
Re: Information request >from the old Berlin Residents Index (EMK) of
1875 - 1960
I would like to have a search accomplished in the EMK.
Reason of my request for investigation:
[ ] Genealogi research
[ ] Family research
[ ] Scientific research
Payment
[ ] I am ready to pay euro 8.18 per inquired person
[ ] I would like that further documents in the Berlin State Archives
are consulted for the investigations and charged for accordingly.
As proof of my entitled interest I attach the following copies:
[ ] proxy
[ ] proof of direct descendence
Person(s) for which information is requested:
Date:
Signature:

Andreas Schwab, Montreal, QC, Canada. <andreas.schwab@mcgill.ca>