Date   

Re: A name in Cyrillic: PACHOW?? #general

Sally M. Bruckheimer <sallybru@...>
 

I'm no authority on Russian, but it looks like Pachov to me also. I would
guess that it is something like Pankov (which I think is my 2d gr
grandmother's maiden name by the way)-without the n either because of
misspelling or mishearing.

Pankow is also a Polish Christian surname.

Sally Bruckheimer
Harrison, NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: A name in Cyrillic: PACHOW?? #general

Sally M. Bruckheimer <sallybru@...>
 

I'm no authority on Russian, but it looks like Pachov to me also. I would
guess that it is something like Pankov (which I think is my 2d gr
grandmother's maiden name by the way)-without the n either because of
misspelling or mishearing.

Pankow is also a Polish Christian surname.

Sally Bruckheimer
Harrison, NY


200,000 new entries added to JRI-Poland database #poland

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
 

Jewish Records Indexing-Poland is delighted to announce that
new data was added to our database just prior to the conference
in Jerusalem.

Almost 200,000 new entries for 66 towns were added.
Jewish Records Indexing Poland < www.jri-poland.org > now has
2.4 million indices to Polish Jewish records in its searchable
database.

In many cases, this is the first time that data for some towns has
been included in the JRI-Poland database. In addition, we have
updated the data for a number of towns as records for later years
became available. Thus, in some instances, we have data up
to 1903, the cut-off year for the 100 year Polish privacy rule.

Data for 12 Shtetl CO-OPS were added which included the
completion of 32 LDS microfilms.

We are listing the towns below with their Gubernia code
(the first two letters of the name of their Gubernia) so
that you can focus your search by Gubernia.

If you have questions about the specific years and types of
records in the database for your town, go to the "Your Town"
feature on the JRI-Poland website at www.jri-poland.org. You
will find links there to your Town Leader or Shtetl CO-OP
Coordinator who will be able to help answer your questions.

Our special thanks, as always, goes to JRI-Poland's Database Manager
Michael Tobias, as well as to all the Shtetl CO-OP Coordinators and
Volunteers, Archive Coordinators, Town Leaders and Contributors who
have helped the JRI-Poland database continue to grow.

The towns / files are:

Bielsko Biala Cemetery
Bilgoraj (LU)
Bursztyn (ST)
Burzenin (KA)
Dabie (KL)
Drohobycz (LW)
Gniewoszow (RA)
Golub Dobrzyn (PR)
Gorzkow (LU)
Grabowiec (LU)
Horodlo Lubelski (LU)
Hrubieszow (LU)
Ilza (RA)
Irena (LU)
Izbica Kujawska (KL)
Jagielnika (TA)
Jarczow (LU)
Jezow (LO)
Jozefow (LU)
Kalisz (KL)
Kamionka (LU)
Kamionka Strumilowa (TA)
Klimontow (RA)
Kolbiel (WA)
Komarow (LU)
Koniecpol (PI)
Konstantynow nad Bugium (LU)
Kozienice (RA)
Krasnobrod (LU)
Krasnystaw (LU)
Kremenets (VO)
Lviv (GA)
Magnuszew (RA)
Mikulince (GA)
Mokobody (SI)
Monitor Polski
Mordy (WA)
Nadarszyn (WA)
Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski (RA)
Parczew (LU)
Piaski (LU)
Przasnysz (PL)
Sandomierz (RA)
Seroczyn (SI)
Sokal (GA)
Skole (ST)
Slesin (KL)
Sompolno (KL)
Stara Sol (LW)
Szczebrzeszyn (LU)
Szczercow (PI)
Szydlow (KI)
Szydlowiec (RA)
Tarlow (RA)
Tomaszow Lubelski (LU)
Tyczyn (GA)
Ulaszkowce (GA)
Widawa (PI)
Winniki (GA)
Wolborz (PI)
Wysokie (LU)
Zagorow (KL)
Zamosc (LU)
Zarki (PI)
Zbaraz (GA)

Again, a big "thank you" to everyone who helps JRI-Poland continue
to grow.

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc. is an independent
non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

Stanley Diamond
Executive Director


JRI Poland #Poland 200,000 new entries added to JRI-Poland database #poland

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
 

Jewish Records Indexing-Poland is delighted to announce that
new data was added to our database just prior to the conference
in Jerusalem.

Almost 200,000 new entries for 66 towns were added.
Jewish Records Indexing Poland < www.jri-poland.org > now has
2.4 million indices to Polish Jewish records in its searchable
database.

In many cases, this is the first time that data for some towns has
been included in the JRI-Poland database. In addition, we have
updated the data for a number of towns as records for later years
became available. Thus, in some instances, we have data up
to 1903, the cut-off year for the 100 year Polish privacy rule.

Data for 12 Shtetl CO-OPS were added which included the
completion of 32 LDS microfilms.

We are listing the towns below with their Gubernia code
(the first two letters of the name of their Gubernia) so
that you can focus your search by Gubernia.

If you have questions about the specific years and types of
records in the database for your town, go to the "Your Town"
feature on the JRI-Poland website at www.jri-poland.org. You
will find links there to your Town Leader or Shtetl CO-OP
Coordinator who will be able to help answer your questions.

Our special thanks, as always, goes to JRI-Poland's Database Manager
Michael Tobias, as well as to all the Shtetl CO-OP Coordinators and
Volunteers, Archive Coordinators, Town Leaders and Contributors who
have helped the JRI-Poland database continue to grow.

The towns / files are:

Bielsko Biala Cemetery
Bilgoraj (LU)
Bursztyn (ST)
Burzenin (KA)
Dabie (KL)
Drohobycz (LW)
Gniewoszow (RA)
Golub Dobrzyn (PR)
Gorzkow (LU)
Grabowiec (LU)
Horodlo Lubelski (LU)
Hrubieszow (LU)
Ilza (RA)
Irena (LU)
Izbica Kujawska (KL)
Jagielnika (TA)
Jarczow (LU)
Jezow (LO)
Jozefow (LU)
Kalisz (KL)
Kamionka (LU)
Kamionka Strumilowa (TA)
Klimontow (RA)
Kolbiel (WA)
Komarow (LU)
Koniecpol (PI)
Konstantynow nad Bugium (LU)
Kozienice (RA)
Krasnobrod (LU)
Krasnystaw (LU)
Kremenets (VO)
Lviv (GA)
Magnuszew (RA)
Mikulince (GA)
Mokobody (SI)
Monitor Polski
Mordy (WA)
Nadarszyn (WA)
Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski (RA)
Parczew (LU)
Piaski (LU)
Przasnysz (PL)
Sandomierz (RA)
Seroczyn (SI)
Sokal (GA)
Skole (ST)
Slesin (KL)
Sompolno (KL)
Stara Sol (LW)
Szczebrzeszyn (LU)
Szczercow (PI)
Szydlow (KI)
Szydlowiec (RA)
Tarlow (RA)
Tomaszow Lubelski (LU)
Tyczyn (GA)
Ulaszkowce (GA)
Widawa (PI)
Winniki (GA)
Wolborz (PI)
Wysokie (LU)
Zagorow (KL)
Zamosc (LU)
Zarki (PI)
Zbaraz (GA)

Again, a big "thank you" to everyone who helps JRI-Poland continue
to grow.

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc. is an independent
non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

Stanley Diamond
Executive Director


Re: Something "like" Weiczork or Wieczork #poland

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
 

Nancy - I received a copy of my Father-in-law's name change document from
the Clerk of the District Court of the United States for the District of
Maryland. Gdalia Noussinov changed his name to Charles Nusinov, June 12th,
1939.

Perhaps you can check with the Pennsylvania US District Court of the County
in which Bellvue is listed, and you will find the certificate showing your
Dad's original name.

Good luck in your search.

Sylvia

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
President Emerita, JGSPBCI, FL
USA
Researching: ABELMAN, AWNER, DOROGOI, EHRENPREIS, FRIEDHOFFER, FRUCHT,
FURSHMAN, FURSTMAN, MELC, NUSINOV, LENT, SCHEINKEROVICH, WECHSLER.
Lithuania, Ukraine, Israel, France, England

----- Original Message -----
From: "N. Ring-Kendrick" <adamsny@email.com>
To: "JRI-Poland" <jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 20, 2004 8:05 AM
Subject: [jri-pl] Something "like" Weiczork or Wieczork


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Something "like" Weiczork or Wieczork #poland

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
 

Nancy - I received a copy of my Father-in-law's name change document from
the Clerk of the District Court of the United States for the District of
Maryland. Gdalia Noussinov changed his name to Charles Nusinov, June 12th,
1939.

Perhaps you can check with the Pennsylvania US District Court of the County
in which Bellvue is listed, and you will find the certificate showing your
Dad's original name.

Good luck in your search.

Sylvia

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
President Emerita, JGSPBCI, FL
USA
Researching: ABELMAN, AWNER, DOROGOI, EHRENPREIS, FRIEDHOFFER, FRUCHT,
FURSHMAN, FURSTMAN, MELC, NUSINOV, LENT, SCHEINKEROVICH, WECHSLER.
Lithuania, Ukraine, Israel, France, England

----- Original Message -----
From: "N. Ring-Kendrick" <adamsny@email.com>
To: "JRI-Poland" <jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 20, 2004 8:05 AM
Subject: [jri-pl] Something "like" Weiczork or Wieczork


Libraries as obituary resources #general

laguna@...
 

"I wish to second Allen Jordan's suggestion about the helpfulness of local
libraries in locating obituaries. Don't forget about directory searches either.
To find the proper address, you can either call information in that city.
If they say they can't give out addresses, say that you understand why that's
true for private individuals, but surely a *library*... *Or* go to the reference
desk at your own local public library & ask to see "The World of Learning" which
contains zillions of library address organized by location."

The internet is getting better all the time, but there's still no real
substitute for paper sources..."

As a librarian,I wish to third Allan and Irene's suggestions about utilizing
libraries for obits. However, there is an excellent resource online to locate
addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, etc. for libraries both nationally
and worldwide: http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/LibWeb


Stephanie Weiner
San Diego, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Libraries as obituary resources #general

laguna@...
 

"I wish to second Allen Jordan's suggestion about the helpfulness of local
libraries in locating obituaries. Don't forget about directory searches either.
To find the proper address, you can either call information in that city.
If they say they can't give out addresses, say that you understand why that's
true for private individuals, but surely a *library*... *Or* go to the reference
desk at your own local public library & ask to see "The World of Learning" which
contains zillions of library address organized by location."

The internet is getting better all the time, but there's still no real
substitute for paper sources..."

As a librarian,I wish to third Allan and Irene's suggestions about utilizing
libraries for obits. However, there is an excellent resource online to locate
addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, etc. for libraries both nationally
and worldwide: http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/LibWeb


Stephanie Weiner
San Diego, CA


What to think when someone comes from the 'wrong' place? #general

Alex Skolnick <bussupp@...>
 

Genners,

I am in a quandry.
I have posted on ViewMate, #4411 - the "Last Residence" of Elie Zudakow
on his 1901 ship manifest. Several helpful people have written me that
it looks like "Newel" or Nevel" and that Nevel is located in Russia at
Longitude: 29, Latitude: 56 (just north of Belarus).

The problem is that 100% of all the other Zudakows and associated
relatives (around 20 others) that I have found all came >from towns in
the Chernigov region: Novozybkov, Starodub, Jelenka, Voronok, Klintsy,
Pogar. And most of the others traveled to the US after 1904 (although
at least 2 came earlier).

So what was Elie doing so far north and is he a relative?

1) Maybe not a relative but someone with a similar name?
Interestingly, he was going to NY to his brother-in-law named Citron,
and I have found at least two ties to Citrons in the Chernigov
relatives, so it seems to be a connection.

2) Maybe he was >from Chernigov but was just working up in Nevel?
-The manifest does say "Last Residence" and not "Where Born".
Can anyone shed light on what might have drawn someone up north to
Nevel?

3) Maybe a distant relative?

4) Maybe 100 years ago there was a different town in the Chernigov
region with the name similar to Nevel??

Wishful thinking is that (4) is correct, but can anyone give me clues
as to which interpretation I should REALLY lean toward??

Alex Skolnick
Searching (wife's family, most ending up in WI):

CHUDACOFF, CHENKIN/HANKIN, YUDIN (Novozybkov/Starodub, Russia, WI/OH)
SCHINKSY, SILBAR (Russia/WI)
SINGER, YUKIN (Nishara/Nishava, Poland/WI)
TANNENBAUM, ZUCKER (Turisk, Ukraine/WI)
ZEMBROSKY (Dembrova?, Minsk?, Russia/WI)
FILARENT (Buenas Aires) EREZ, ASHUACH (Israel)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen What to think when someone comes from the 'wrong' place? #general

Alex Skolnick <bussupp@...>
 

Genners,

I am in a quandry.
I have posted on ViewMate, #4411 - the "Last Residence" of Elie Zudakow
on his 1901 ship manifest. Several helpful people have written me that
it looks like "Newel" or Nevel" and that Nevel is located in Russia at
Longitude: 29, Latitude: 56 (just north of Belarus).

The problem is that 100% of all the other Zudakows and associated
relatives (around 20 others) that I have found all came >from towns in
the Chernigov region: Novozybkov, Starodub, Jelenka, Voronok, Klintsy,
Pogar. And most of the others traveled to the US after 1904 (although
at least 2 came earlier).

So what was Elie doing so far north and is he a relative?

1) Maybe not a relative but someone with a similar name?
Interestingly, he was going to NY to his brother-in-law named Citron,
and I have found at least two ties to Citrons in the Chernigov
relatives, so it seems to be a connection.

2) Maybe he was >from Chernigov but was just working up in Nevel?
-The manifest does say "Last Residence" and not "Where Born".
Can anyone shed light on what might have drawn someone up north to
Nevel?

3) Maybe a distant relative?

4) Maybe 100 years ago there was a different town in the Chernigov
region with the name similar to Nevel??

Wishful thinking is that (4) is correct, but can anyone give me clues
as to which interpretation I should REALLY lean toward??

Alex Skolnick
Searching (wife's family, most ending up in WI):

CHUDACOFF, CHENKIN/HANKIN, YUDIN (Novozybkov/Starodub, Russia, WI/OH)
SCHINKSY, SILBAR (Russia/WI)
SINGER, YUKIN (Nishara/Nishava, Poland/WI)
TANNENBAUM, ZUCKER (Turisk, Ukraine/WI)
ZEMBROSKY (Dembrova?, Minsk?, Russia/WI)
FILARENT (Buenas Aires) EREZ, ASHUACH (Israel)


Death Certificate For Sol Condiotte #general

MIKE <grunt614@...>
 

Hello there my uncle Sol CANDIOTTE/CONDIOTTE passed away this year in
FT. Lauderdale Florida. I was wondering what vital Office I have to send
to for a Death Certificate. It was in Sunrise, I think that's the town
or maybe I am wrong. I hope someone can lead me in the right direction



Please Respond Privately to
Mike Broman
Tampa Bay Fl.

grunt614@aol.com

MODERATOR NOTE: In the JewishGen infofiles, you can find a link-
Where to Write for Vital Records in the USA.
Please go to:
http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/#Vitals


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Death Certificate For Sol Condiotte #general

MIKE <grunt614@...>
 

Hello there my uncle Sol CANDIOTTE/CONDIOTTE passed away this year in
FT. Lauderdale Florida. I was wondering what vital Office I have to send
to for a Death Certificate. It was in Sunrise, I think that's the town
or maybe I am wrong. I hope someone can lead me in the right direction



Please Respond Privately to
Mike Broman
Tampa Bay Fl.

grunt614@aol.com

MODERATOR NOTE: In the JewishGen infofiles, you can find a link-
Where to Write for Vital Records in the USA.
Please go to:
http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/#Vitals


GROBTUCH's from Poland #general

Renee Tepper <renee@...>
 

Dear Genners:

My maiden name, Grobtuch, fortunately is very unusual. I have found about
100 Grobtuch’s in the JRI-Poland PSA 1800’s indexes mostly >from Przemsyl,
Tarnow, Krakow and Warsaw. I’m excited to be putting the pieces of my
ancestral puzzle together, and I have some questions.
1. Because the name Grobtuch is so unusual, is it okay to assume any
Grobtuch >from Poland is an ancestor?
2. I have found the names Grobtuck, Grobluch, Grobluck, Grabtuch, Grobdyk,
Grobdik. Is it okay to assume they really are all the same name, just
transcribed differently?
3. I seem to have come to a roadblock trying to connect these 100 Grobtuch’s
to me and my father – George/Gedalia (1923-2000). His father was Joel
Grobtuch (1893-1931), his father was Chaim Menashe (1855-1917) and his
father was Simcha David (? - ?). I have ordered and received copies of
vital records >from the PSA Projects on some Grobtuch’s, hoping I would find
a connection. But so far I haven’t. Should I just keep ordering one record
at a time till I, hopefully, get a ‘hit?’ At $10.00 each, it is adding up.
I have connected many of these Grobtuch’s to each other, but can’t seem to
connect them to my line of Grobtuch’s.
4. I have found indexes to 2 Rachel Grobtuch’s who died in Tarnow in 1897
and 1 Rachel Grobtuch who died in Tarnow in 1898. Would there really be 3
Rachel Grobtuch’s in the same town, dying in the same years?
5. On an Ellis Island manifest I have noticed the word ‘brit’ on a few
entries next to a name, in the column of who the immigrant is going to in
the U.S. I considered that it meant brother-in-law, but that didn’t seem to
work out.
6. Could Simcha David also have been known as David? Is Simcha an unusual
name? Is it a nickname? It was on his gravestone.

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 GROBTUCH's from Poland #general

Renee Tepper <renee@...>
 

Dear Genners:

My maiden name, Grobtuch, fortunately is very unusual. I have found about
100 Grobtuch’s in the JRI-Poland PSA 1800’s indexes mostly >from Przemsyl,
Tarnow, Krakow and Warsaw. I’m excited to be putting the pieces of my
ancestral puzzle together, and I have some questions.
1. Because the name Grobtuch is so unusual, is it okay to assume any
Grobtuch >from Poland is an ancestor?
2. I have found the names Grobtuck, Grobluch, Grobluck, Grabtuch, Grobdyk,
Grobdik. Is it okay to assume they really are all the same name, just
transcribed differently?
3. I seem to have come to a roadblock trying to connect these 100 Grobtuch’s
to me and my father – George/Gedalia (1923-2000). His father was Joel
Grobtuch (1893-1931), his father was Chaim Menashe (1855-1917) and his
father was Simcha David (? - ?). I have ordered and received copies of
vital records >from the PSA Projects on some Grobtuch’s, hoping I would find
a connection. But so far I haven’t. Should I just keep ordering one record
at a time till I, hopefully, get a ‘hit?’ At $10.00 each, it is adding up.
I have connected many of these Grobtuch’s to each other, but can’t seem to
connect them to my line of Grobtuch’s.
4. I have found indexes to 2 Rachel Grobtuch’s who died in Tarnow in 1897
and 1 Rachel Grobtuch who died in Tarnow in 1898. Would there really be 3
Rachel Grobtuch’s in the same town, dying in the same years?
5. On an Ellis Island manifest I have noticed the word ‘brit’ on a few
entries next to a name, in the column of who the immigrant is going to in
the U.S. I considered that it meant brother-in-law, but that didn’t seem to
work out.
6. Could Simcha David also have been known as David? Is Simcha an unusual
name? Is it a nickname? It was on his gravestone.

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)


notation on census page-BOYARSKY #general

SBSeales
 

Dear Genners,
I have a census page for Samuel and Taube BOYARSKY and their children from
the 1900 U.S. census of NYC. There is a notation, apparently added later, in
the naturalization column. At the time of the census Samuel had filed
citizenship papers. The 'naturalization' column is marked P.A. Above that is
written 0-6-1. Is this a June 1, 1900 date of naturalization?
This man was apparently a relative of my grandmother's, Eva (Riwe) BOYARSKY.
The passenger manifest of Riwe and her brother Benjamin says they were going to
Simche BOYARSKY at 15 Rutgers Place. The address is the same as in the census.
I have been looking unsuccessfully for the descendants of Simche and Taube
BOYARSKY. Does anyone know this family? The children were Isadore, Benjamin,
Celia, Rebecca, Rose and Annie. Isadore was naturalized in Boston in 1904. My
grandmother was >from Mosty, in Grodno, so this family would probably have been
from either Grodno or Lida.
I should also add that I was recently in the L.A. Family History Center.
They did not have the NYC naturalization petition index, and I ran out of time
before I could investigate further.

Thank you,
Sue Seales, North Carolina
researching: BOYARSKY/Mosty (Grodno) and Boston GOLDSTEIN,Grodno
FREEDMAN/Siluva, Lithuania ROSENTHAL/Wegrow,Poland and Odessa
ROSENTHAL/Brazil BLUESTEIN/Zareby Koscielne, Poland
ZELENY,ZELONY,ZELIONY/Bershad,Ukraine and Paris
RUDZINSKI/Balta


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen notation on census page-BOYARSKY #general

SBSeales
 

Dear Genners,
I have a census page for Samuel and Taube BOYARSKY and their children from
the 1900 U.S. census of NYC. There is a notation, apparently added later, in
the naturalization column. At the time of the census Samuel had filed
citizenship papers. The 'naturalization' column is marked P.A. Above that is
written 0-6-1. Is this a June 1, 1900 date of naturalization?
This man was apparently a relative of my grandmother's, Eva (Riwe) BOYARSKY.
The passenger manifest of Riwe and her brother Benjamin says they were going to
Simche BOYARSKY at 15 Rutgers Place. The address is the same as in the census.
I have been looking unsuccessfully for the descendants of Simche and Taube
BOYARSKY. Does anyone know this family? The children were Isadore, Benjamin,
Celia, Rebecca, Rose and Annie. Isadore was naturalized in Boston in 1904. My
grandmother was >from Mosty, in Grodno, so this family would probably have been
from either Grodno or Lida.
I should also add that I was recently in the L.A. Family History Center.
They did not have the NYC naturalization petition index, and I ran out of time
before I could investigate further.

Thank you,
Sue Seales, North Carolina
researching: BOYARSKY/Mosty (Grodno) and Boston GOLDSTEIN,Grodno
FREEDMAN/Siluva, Lithuania ROSENTHAL/Wegrow,Poland and Odessa
ROSENTHAL/Brazil BLUESTEIN/Zareby Koscielne, Poland
ZELENY,ZELONY,ZELIONY/Bershad,Ukraine and Paris
RUDZINSKI/Balta


Help in Yad Vashem #general

Sam Lenger
 

Hi all
If you will be searching the Pages of Testemonies in Yad Vashem in the near
future and is willing to do me a favour pls. contact me privately.
Regards
Sam Lenger sdfisr@zahav.net.il


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Help in Yad Vashem #general

Sam Lenger
 

Hi all
If you will be searching the Pages of Testemonies in Yad Vashem in the near
future and is willing to do me a favour pls. contact me privately.
Regards
Sam Lenger sdfisr@zahav.net.il


Re: when you need a local obit #general

ELIAS SAVADA
 

Further to Allan Jordan and Irene Newhouse's comments, there is a good
online resource for obituaries that have occurred within the last ten
years or so, available free through local library systems, including
the one in Prince George's County, Maryland at their website
http://www.prge.lib.md.us/Databases/Databases.html

The database is the second listed, America's Obituaries and Death
Notices, run by Newsbank.

Elias Savada
Bethesda MD


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: when you need a local obit #general

ELIAS SAVADA
 

Further to Allan Jordan and Irene Newhouse's comments, there is a good
online resource for obituaries that have occurred within the last ten
years or so, available free through local library systems, including
the one in Prince George's County, Maryland at their website
http://www.prge.lib.md.us/Databases/Databases.html

The database is the second listed, America's Obituaries and Death
Notices, run by Newsbank.

Elias Savada
Bethesda MD