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Researching Stanislaw Rozycki, Warsaw Ghetto #warsaw #poland

kenjdgen@...
 

I am curious if anyone has researched the family history of a
Stanislaw Rozycki who lived in Warsaw at the outbreak of WW2, but fled
to Lwow in 1939 and then returned Oct 1941 and was captured and sent
to the Warsaw Ghetto.

Stanislaw Rozycki worked for the Oyneg Shabes Archives (Ringelblum
Archives) and wrote detailed pages on life in the Ghetto. I have been
recently researching descendants of the Rozycki family but haven't
made the connection between Stanislaw and other Rozycki family members
in Warsaw at that time.

Any assistance would be much appreciated, thanks.

Best regards,

Ken Drabinsky

Coordinator
Kolo Rypin Plock Area Research Group (KRPARG)
"tracing your Jewish ancestral links in north central Poland"
kenjdgen@gmail.com


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Researching Stanislaw Rozycki, Warsaw Ghetto #warsaw #poland

kenjdgen@...
 

I am curious if anyone has researched the family history of a
Stanislaw Rozycki who lived in Warsaw at the outbreak of WW2, but fled
to Lwow in 1939 and then returned Oct 1941 and was captured and sent
to the Warsaw Ghetto.

Stanislaw Rozycki worked for the Oyneg Shabes Archives (Ringelblum
Archives) and wrote detailed pages on life in the Ghetto. I have been
recently researching descendants of the Rozycki family but haven't
made the connection between Stanislaw and other Rozycki family members
in Warsaw at that time.

Any assistance would be much appreciated, thanks.

Best regards,

Ken Drabinsky

Coordinator
Kolo Rypin Plock Area Research Group (KRPARG)
"tracing your Jewish ancestral links in north central Poland"
kenjdgen@gmail.com


Warsaw 1939/1940 Business and Homeowners Directory now searchable #warsaw #poland

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

The 1939/1940 Warsaw Business and Homeowners Directory (Ksiega
adresowo-gospodarcza miasta stolecznego Warszawy) is now full-text
searchable at http://genealogyindexer.org. This extremely rare book
was never published because of the War and is extant in only a single
pre-publication proof copy (as far as I know). This copy recently
surfaced at an auction and was purchased and digitized by the Central
Military Library in Warsaw.

Due to the late compilation date, August 1939, some parts of the
directory were apparently not finished. In the homeowners section,
entries for surnames beginning with Z might be missing.

If you find a match in this directory, please email me, as I would
like to share with the Central Military Library some indication of its
usefulness to genealogists. The auction price was quite high and it
might be good encouragement to show its value in human terms. It is
only due to them and an anonymous genealogist that I became aware of
the directory and have been able to make it searchable.

Please note that search results link directly to page scans, but, the
way the directory is hosted, you will have to wait for a large pdf to
download before you are automatically shown the matching image.

To browse the directory instead of searching it, follow the links to
the different parts at http://genealogyindexer.org/directories#Warsaw.

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


more Warsaw directories now searchable #poland #warsaw

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

In addition to the 1939/1940 Warsaw Business and Homeowners Directory
described in a separate post, the following Warsaw sources were
recently added to the full-text search engine at
http://genealogyindexer.org:

1912-1916 Warsaw Jewish Community Report
1907, 1908 Warsaw Calendars
1894 Warsaw Gubernia Commemorative Book
1883 Warsaw and Praga Address and Business Directory
1827, 1829 Warsaw Directories

Search results link directly to scanned pages on the websites of the
institutions that digitized these sources. In many cases, to view the
scans, you will need to install (once) a .DjVu plugin for your web
browser. I and many others use the free plugin from
https://www.cuminas.jp/en/downloads/download_en/?pid=1, but some Mac
users report problems with it.

To browse these sources, instead of searching, visit the links at
http://genealogyindexer.org/directories#Warsaw.

To stay informed about all updates to the search engine, sign up for
the weekly email list at http://genealogyindexer.org/news.

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Warsaw 1939/1940 Business and Homeowners Directory now searchable #poland #warsaw

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

The 1939/1940 Warsaw Business and Homeowners Directory (Ksiega
adresowo-gospodarcza miasta stolecznego Warszawy) is now full-text
searchable at http://genealogyindexer.org. This extremely rare book
was never published because of the War and is extant in only a single
pre-publication proof copy (as far as I know). This copy recently
surfaced at an auction and was purchased and digitized by the Central
Military Library in Warsaw.

Due to the late compilation date, August 1939, some parts of the
directory were apparently not finished. In the homeowners section,
entries for surnames beginning with Z might be missing.

If you find a match in this directory, please email me, as I would
like to share with the Central Military Library some indication of its
usefulness to genealogists. The auction price was quite high and it
might be good encouragement to show its value in human terms. It is
only due to them and an anonymous genealogist that I became aware of
the directory and have been able to make it searchable.

Please note that search results link directly to page scans, but, the
way the directory is hosted, you will have to wait for a large pdf to
download before you are automatically shown the matching image.

To browse the directory instead of searching it, follow the links to
the different parts at http://genealogyindexer.org/directories#Warsaw.

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland more Warsaw directories now searchable #warsaw #poland

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

In addition to the 1939/1940 Warsaw Business and Homeowners Directory
described in a separate post, the following Warsaw sources were
recently added to the full-text search engine at
http://genealogyindexer.org:

1912-1916 Warsaw Jewish Community Report
1907, 1908 Warsaw Calendars
1894 Warsaw Gubernia Commemorative Book
1883 Warsaw and Praga Address and Business Directory
1827, 1829 Warsaw Directories

Search results link directly to scanned pages on the websites of the
institutions that digitized these sources. In many cases, to view the
scans, you will need to install (once) a .DjVu plugin for your web
browser. I and many others use the free plugin from
https://www.cuminas.jp/en/downloads/download_en/?pid=1, but some Mac
users report problems with it.

To browse these sources, instead of searching, visit the links at
http://genealogyindexer.org/directories#Warsaw.

To stay informed about all updates to the search engine, sign up for
the weekly email list at http://genealogyindexer.org/news.

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


(US) NTIS Reinstates Limited Access Death Master File (LADMF) Subscriber Certification Form #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Previously announced to the readers of this digest, the Office of
Management and Budget (OMB) had required a cessation of applications for
certification for the Death Master File (DMF) access effective September 30,
2014. IAJGS was informed today by the National Technical Information
Service (NTIS) - a branch of the US Department of Commerce - that the Limited
Access Death Master File (LADMF) Subscriber Certification Form, OMB Control
Number 0692-0013, has been reinstated effective 12/17/2014.

(For full discussion on this issue see IAJGS Records Access alerts: November
5, 2014 September 30, 2014 and September 18, 2014*).

If you are already certified by the NTIS you do not need to recertify now.

If you are interested in applying for certification the form is available
for download at https://dmf.ntis.gov/ along with instructions for filling
out the form and the Subscriber Agreement or Licensee Agreement. Those who
are not certified and wish to receive the LADMF through the NTIS Temporary
Certification Program for Access to the Death Master File under the Interim
Final Rule (15 CFR Part 1110; 79 Fed. Reg. 16668, 3/26/2014), may now apply
for certification to receive it. To do so you must pay the $200
certification fee and fully fill out, sign and submit the Limited Access DMF
Certification Form. You will also be required to sign and submit a
Subscriber Agreement or Licensee Agreement.

If the instructions for filling out the form and choosing the appropriate
agreement don't fully answer your questions, you may also call the NTIS
Customer Contact Center at 1-800-553-6847.

The $200 certification fee does not provide access to the restricted DMF. It
is only for certification. There is another fee for accessing the actual
restricted Death Master File. For those considering certification in order
to access the restricted Death Master File I strongly encourage you to read
the article by Dee Dee King (see below), the first forensic genealogist to
be certified. Not only is the access to the information very costly, the
restricted database no longer provides many of the data elements we were
used to in the Social Security Death Index (SSDI) - the commercial version of
the DMF - nor does it have a search engine that the genealogical firms used
that facilitated the search.

Dee Dee's article : http://tinyurl.com/kr9g48z

Original url:
http://www.forensicgenealogists.org/wp-content/uploads/CAFG_Vol_4_Issue_3_DMF-Special.pdf

IAJGS replied to the proposed OMB Paperwork Reduction Act about these issues
and the November 5 IAJGS Records Access Alert includes the NTIS response.
The genealogical community under the Records Preservation and Access
Committee (RPAC) of which IAJGS is a sponsoring member, is following this
and plans to address in it 2015.

*If you want full details of the postings please go to the Records Access
Alert and access the archives-
http://lists.iajgs.org/mailman/private/records-access-alerts/ You must be
a registered subscriber to access the archives. To register go to:
http://lists.iajgs.org/mailman/listinfo/records-access-alerts and follow
the instructions to enter your email address, full name and which
JGS/JHS/SIG/JewishGen is your affiliation You will receive an email
response that you have to reply to or the subscription will not be
finalized.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (US) NTIS Reinstates Limited Access Death Master File (LADMF) Subscriber Certification Form #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Previously announced to the readers of this digest, the Office of
Management and Budget (OMB) had required a cessation of applications for
certification for the Death Master File (DMF) access effective September 30,
2014. IAJGS was informed today by the National Technical Information
Service (NTIS) - a branch of the US Department of Commerce - that the Limited
Access Death Master File (LADMF) Subscriber Certification Form, OMB Control
Number 0692-0013, has been reinstated effective 12/17/2014.

(For full discussion on this issue see IAJGS Records Access alerts: November
5, 2014 September 30, 2014 and September 18, 2014*).

If you are already certified by the NTIS you do not need to recertify now.

If you are interested in applying for certification the form is available
for download at https://dmf.ntis.gov/ along with instructions for filling
out the form and the Subscriber Agreement or Licensee Agreement. Those who
are not certified and wish to receive the LADMF through the NTIS Temporary
Certification Program for Access to the Death Master File under the Interim
Final Rule (15 CFR Part 1110; 79 Fed. Reg. 16668, 3/26/2014), may now apply
for certification to receive it. To do so you must pay the $200
certification fee and fully fill out, sign and submit the Limited Access DMF
Certification Form. You will also be required to sign and submit a
Subscriber Agreement or Licensee Agreement.

If the instructions for filling out the form and choosing the appropriate
agreement don't fully answer your questions, you may also call the NTIS
Customer Contact Center at 1-800-553-6847.

The $200 certification fee does not provide access to the restricted DMF. It
is only for certification. There is another fee for accessing the actual
restricted Death Master File. For those considering certification in order
to access the restricted Death Master File I strongly encourage you to read
the article by Dee Dee King (see below), the first forensic genealogist to
be certified. Not only is the access to the information very costly, the
restricted database no longer provides many of the data elements we were
used to in the Social Security Death Index (SSDI) - the commercial version of
the DMF - nor does it have a search engine that the genealogical firms used
that facilitated the search.

Dee Dee's article : http://tinyurl.com/kr9g48z

Original url:
http://www.forensicgenealogists.org/wp-content/uploads/CAFG_Vol_4_Issue_3_DMF-Special.pdf

IAJGS replied to the proposed OMB Paperwork Reduction Act about these issues
and the November 5 IAJGS Records Access Alert includes the NTIS response.
The genealogical community under the Records Preservation and Access
Committee (RPAC) of which IAJGS is a sponsoring member, is following this
and plans to address in it 2015.

*If you want full details of the postings please go to the Records Access
Alert and access the archives-
http://lists.iajgs.org/mailman/private/records-access-alerts/ You must be
a registered subscriber to access the archives. To register go to:
http://lists.iajgs.org/mailman/listinfo/records-access-alerts and follow
the instructions to enter your email address, full name and which
JGS/JHS/SIG/JewishGen is your affiliation You will receive an email
response that you have to reply to or the subscription will not be
finalized.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


1875 Zinkov (Ukraine) Conscription Census #general

Linda Shefler
 

Wow!!! I just received the completed spreadsheet of the 1875 Zinkov
Conscription Census >from Dena, and it's amazing! There are 8678
individuals included in this census; not including father's names!
The information included is: Page Number, Registration Number, Surname,
Given Name, Father, Relationship to Head of Household, Sex, Age, Age at
Last Revision, Reason Left (place of origin), Comments, Former
Registration Number, Day/Month/Year of Census, Town/Uyzed/Gubernia, Type
of Record and Reference Information.

Some of the places included are:

Berdichev
Butsnevtsy
Derazhnya
Mikhalpol
Olgopol uyezd
Snitovka
Colony Staro-Zakrevskiy Maydan
Village Sutkovtsy, Sutkovetskaya volost
Colony Bzovo, Domsko-Karichinetskaya volost
Village Ignatovtsy, Ignatovetskaya volost
Village Yaroslavka, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Redvintsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Molomolintsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Volosovtsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Parkhamovtsy, Bakhmatovetskaya volost
Village Pankovtsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Shrubkov, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Suslovtsy, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Popovtsy, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Kudynka, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Svichna, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Rozhny, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Shchedrova, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Goloskov, Medzhibozhskaya volost
Village Murovana Verbka, Sutkovetskaya volost
6th Uchastok
Volkovintsy
Voytovetskaya volost
Yankovetskaya volost
Yaskovetskaya volost
Zinkov

As you can see, this census covers a wide area and can be very helpful to
anyone searching any places in Letichev uyzed.

I will be sending the spreadsheet out today to everyone who donated $100
or more to this project. Unfortunately, we are still far short of what we
need to collect to compensate Dena for her amazing work. As you know, it
takes a long time for JewishGen to upload records like this, so if you are
interested in getting the records immediately, please make a contribution
of $100 or more to the 1875 Zinkov Conscription Census through JewishGen.
Remember, it is *tax deductible*.

And it's also Chanukah, so how about a nice Chanukah gift to JewishGen!
Let's get this funded, so you can get a copy of these records immediately,
and we can get it in line to be uploaded (which can take months >from when
it's fully funded).

Please make sure to let me know when you make a contribution, the amount
and include a copy of your receipt >from JewishGen.

Chanukah Sameach!
Linda Silverman Shefler
San Francisco East Bay


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 1875 Zinkov (Ukraine) Conscription Census #general

Linda Shefler
 

Wow!!! I just received the completed spreadsheet of the 1875 Zinkov
Conscription Census >from Dena, and it's amazing! There are 8678
individuals included in this census; not including father's names!
The information included is: Page Number, Registration Number, Surname,
Given Name, Father, Relationship to Head of Household, Sex, Age, Age at
Last Revision, Reason Left (place of origin), Comments, Former
Registration Number, Day/Month/Year of Census, Town/Uyzed/Gubernia, Type
of Record and Reference Information.

Some of the places included are:

Berdichev
Butsnevtsy
Derazhnya
Mikhalpol
Olgopol uyezd
Snitovka
Colony Staro-Zakrevskiy Maydan
Village Sutkovtsy, Sutkovetskaya volost
Colony Bzovo, Domsko-Karichinetskaya volost
Village Ignatovtsy, Ignatovetskaya volost
Village Yaroslavka, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Redvintsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Molomolintsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Volosovtsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Parkhamovtsy, Bakhmatovetskaya volost
Village Pankovtsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Shrubkov, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Suslovtsy, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Popovtsy, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Kudynka, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Svichna, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Rozhny, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Shchedrova, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Goloskov, Medzhibozhskaya volost
Village Murovana Verbka, Sutkovetskaya volost
6th Uchastok
Volkovintsy
Voytovetskaya volost
Yankovetskaya volost
Yaskovetskaya volost
Zinkov

As you can see, this census covers a wide area and can be very helpful to
anyone searching any places in Letichev uyzed.

I will be sending the spreadsheet out today to everyone who donated $100
or more to this project. Unfortunately, we are still far short of what we
need to collect to compensate Dena for her amazing work. As you know, it
takes a long time for JewishGen to upload records like this, so if you are
interested in getting the records immediately, please make a contribution
of $100 or more to the 1875 Zinkov Conscription Census through JewishGen.
Remember, it is *tax deductible*.

And it's also Chanukah, so how about a nice Chanukah gift to JewishGen!
Let's get this funded, so you can get a copy of these records immediately,
and we can get it in line to be uploaded (which can take months >from when
it's fully funded).

Please make sure to let me know when you make a contribution, the amount
and include a copy of your receipt >from JewishGen.

Chanukah Sameach!
Linda Silverman Shefler
San Francisco East Bay


Re: Trakai Prison Records #general

Joel Ratner
 

Records of Russian prisoners do exist, albeit they are not necessarily
to be found at the Lithuanian Archives. Over the last several years,
I have developed an extensive collection of Russian language resources.
In this collection, I've got a set of some 100 books listing the names,
locations, infractions and date for those imprisoned in the Russian
Empire. The collection is incomplete, but I do have the records for
1901. For this particular year, an index is also provided.

A search of the alphabetical index for 1901 yielded the following
listing on p. 39:

BERKON, Abram-Leyba Kasrielev #25915

An index also exists for the 1900 conviction records and in this
index there are the following listings under the surname BERKON:

BERKON, Itsek-Berka-Berel Kasrielev (6 r) #565

BERKON, Motel Kasr. (2r) #24542
 
Joel Ratner

Subject: Trakai Prison Records?
From: John Wilkeson <jswilkeson@yahoo.com>
Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2014 13:57:21 -0700
Does anyone know if there is information on Trakai prison records
around 1901? My great great grandfather Abram Leyba Berkon was a
political prisoner and I am trying to trace down any info on him ...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Trakai Prison Records #general

Joel Ratner
 

Records of Russian prisoners do exist, albeit they are not necessarily
to be found at the Lithuanian Archives. Over the last several years,
I have developed an extensive collection of Russian language resources.
In this collection, I've got a set of some 100 books listing the names,
locations, infractions and date for those imprisoned in the Russian
Empire. The collection is incomplete, but I do have the records for
1901. For this particular year, an index is also provided.

A search of the alphabetical index for 1901 yielded the following
listing on p. 39:

BERKON, Abram-Leyba Kasrielev #25915

An index also exists for the 1900 conviction records and in this
index there are the following listings under the surname BERKON:

BERKON, Itsek-Berka-Berel Kasrielev (6 r) #565

BERKON, Motel Kasr. (2r) #24542
 
Joel Ratner

Subject: Trakai Prison Records?
From: John Wilkeson <jswilkeson@yahoo.com>
Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2014 13:57:21 -0700
Does anyone know if there is information on Trakai prison records
around 1901? My great great grandfather Abram Leyba Berkon was a
political prisoner and I am trying to trace down any info on him ...


Bucovina Vital Records Database #romania

Bruce Reisch
 

Dear Friends,

Following the recently announced addition of data to the Bukovina Vital
Records Database, one of our volunteers noticed that searches were not
producing a complete set of results. Only birth records were being
returned, and marriage/death records were excluded. Thanks to the
database managers of JewishGen, this problem has now been rectified, and
surname searches are returning with a complete set of results, now
including marriage and death records.

I would suggest that Bucovina area researchers re-run their surname
searches at this time.

Thank you,
Bruce Reisch


Romania SIG #Romania Bucovina Vital Records Database #romania

Bruce Reisch
 

Dear Friends,

Following the recently announced addition of data to the Bukovina Vital
Records Database, one of our volunteers noticed that searches were not
producing a complete set of results. Only birth records were being
returned, and marriage/death records were excluded. Thanks to the
database managers of JewishGen, this problem has now been rectified, and
surname searches are returning with a complete set of results, now
including marriage and death records.

I would suggest that Bucovina area researchers re-run their surname
searches at this time.

Thank you,
Bruce Reisch


Birth Records & Marriage of Volf sin Rivin Leib Itzic with Rifca (Woolf Son of Reuven, son of itzic(Yitzclak))LABOWITCH #romania

Ilan Leibowitz
 

Shalom,
Is there anything familiar to any possible descendants of the family below?
Thank you,
Ilan Leibowitz

1. 319/1884 (pic 175) Birth Record of Toltzia sin Lupu Rivin
Registration Date: 5 Nov 1884, 1:00 PM
Details:
Gender: Female
Birth Details:
Birth Date: 3 Nov 1884, 12:00 AM
Address: Dorohoi, parents house, Sfantu Nicolaiu str.
Parents:
Father: Lupu sin Rivin , 38, profession unclear
Mother: Rifca , 34, no profession
Residence: Dorohoi
Witnesses:
Declarent: Shmil Hers Ceausu
Witness1: Ruhlea Moscu Zisu, 55, midwife
Witness2: Sura Crasmarita, 60, no profession
Signatures: Shmil Hersh
Notes: Profession - written geams -




2. 8/1887 (pic 6) Birth Record of Ruhlea sin Lupu Rivin Leib
Registration Date: 8 Jan 1887, 12:00 PM
Details:
Gender: Female
Birth Details:
Birth Date: 7 Jan 1887, 3:00 PM
Address: Dorohoi, parents' house, 621Stefan cel Mare str.
Parents:
Father: Lupu sin Rivin Leib , 42, tavern keeper
Mother: Rifca , 35, no profession
Residence: Dorohoi
Witnesses:
Declarent: the father
Witness1: Elisa sin Haim, 50, fur coat maker
Witness2: Marcu Litman sin Sloim , 45, bathhouse attendant
Signatures: Zeev son of Ruvin Leib (Lupu), witnesses
Notes:




3. 17/1888 (pic 10) Birth Record of Braina sin Lupu Rivin Leib
Registration Date: 14 Jan 1888, 1:00 PM
Details:
Gender: Female
Birth Details:
Birth Date: 14 Jan 1888, 2:00 AM
Address: Dorohoi
Parents:
Father: Lupu sin Rivin Leib, 36, pricupetz (produce seller)
Mother: Rifca , 30, no profession
Residence: Dorohoi
Witnesses:
Declarent: the father
Witness1: Marcu Dulce, 46, baker
Witness2: Iosub sin Sloim Calman , merchant
Signatures: Zeev son of Ruvin Arie (Lupu), witnesses
Notes:




4. 62/1872 (Pic 484): Marriage of Volf sin Rivin Leib Itzic with Rifca sin
Iancu Itzic Crashmariu
Location: Dorohoi
Date and Time: 5 September, 10:00 AM
Groom Details:
Name: Volf sin Rivin Leib)WOLF)
Marital Status: Single
Age: 19
Profession: Tavern keeper
Residence: Vladeni village, Corlateni comune
Birth: Dorohoi
Groom Parents:
Father: Rivin Leib sin Itic, tavern keeper
Mother: Marim, deceased
Residence: Vladeni
Bride Details:
Name: Rifca sin Iancu Itzic Crashmariu (tavern keeper)
Age: 18
Marital Status: Single
Profession: None
Residence: Dorohoi
Birth: Dorohoi
Bride Parents:
Father: Iancu sin Itzic Crashmariu, tavern keeper
Mother: Tolza
Residence: Dorohoi
The parents were present and consented to the marriage
Preliminary Records:
Publications made without opposition in Dorohoi on 19and 26 August
Groom and Bride Age certificates based on the testimony of five
witnesses made at Dorohoi city hall and authenticated by the court as nr.
4784 and 4785
Witnesses:
1. Iancu sin Itzic Crashmariu , 45, tavern keeper
2. Bercu sin Zalman,48, tavern keeper
3. Leiba sin Itzic, 43, tavern keeper
4. Mehal sin Tzalic, 46, midman
Comment: All Jews and living in Dorohoi first two on behalf of the
husband, last two on behalf of the bride.
Signatures: All except the last one by the same hand
Notes: Witness nr. 1 is Rivka's father


Romania SIG #Romania Birth Records & Marriage of Volf sin Rivin Leib Itzic with Rifca (Woolf Son of Reuven, son of itzic(Yitzclak))LABOWITCH #romania

Ilan Leibowitz
 

Shalom,
Is there anything familiar to any possible descendants of the family below?
Thank you,
Ilan Leibowitz

1. 319/1884 (pic 175) Birth Record of Toltzia sin Lupu Rivin
Registration Date: 5 Nov 1884, 1:00 PM
Details:
Gender: Female
Birth Details:
Birth Date: 3 Nov 1884, 12:00 AM
Address: Dorohoi, parents house, Sfantu Nicolaiu str.
Parents:
Father: Lupu sin Rivin , 38, profession unclear
Mother: Rifca , 34, no profession
Residence: Dorohoi
Witnesses:
Declarent: Shmil Hers Ceausu
Witness1: Ruhlea Moscu Zisu, 55, midwife
Witness2: Sura Crasmarita, 60, no profession
Signatures: Shmil Hersh
Notes: Profession - written geams -




2. 8/1887 (pic 6) Birth Record of Ruhlea sin Lupu Rivin Leib
Registration Date: 8 Jan 1887, 12:00 PM
Details:
Gender: Female
Birth Details:
Birth Date: 7 Jan 1887, 3:00 PM
Address: Dorohoi, parents' house, 621Stefan cel Mare str.
Parents:
Father: Lupu sin Rivin Leib , 42, tavern keeper
Mother: Rifca , 35, no profession
Residence: Dorohoi
Witnesses:
Declarent: the father
Witness1: Elisa sin Haim, 50, fur coat maker
Witness2: Marcu Litman sin Sloim , 45, bathhouse attendant
Signatures: Zeev son of Ruvin Leib (Lupu), witnesses
Notes:




3. 17/1888 (pic 10) Birth Record of Braina sin Lupu Rivin Leib
Registration Date: 14 Jan 1888, 1:00 PM
Details:
Gender: Female
Birth Details:
Birth Date: 14 Jan 1888, 2:00 AM
Address: Dorohoi
Parents:
Father: Lupu sin Rivin Leib, 36, pricupetz (produce seller)
Mother: Rifca , 30, no profession
Residence: Dorohoi
Witnesses:
Declarent: the father
Witness1: Marcu Dulce, 46, baker
Witness2: Iosub sin Sloim Calman , merchant
Signatures: Zeev son of Ruvin Arie (Lupu), witnesses
Notes:




4. 62/1872 (Pic 484): Marriage of Volf sin Rivin Leib Itzic with Rifca sin
Iancu Itzic Crashmariu
Location: Dorohoi
Date and Time: 5 September, 10:00 AM
Groom Details:
Name: Volf sin Rivin Leib)WOLF)
Marital Status: Single
Age: 19
Profession: Tavern keeper
Residence: Vladeni village, Corlateni comune
Birth: Dorohoi
Groom Parents:
Father: Rivin Leib sin Itic, tavern keeper
Mother: Marim, deceased
Residence: Vladeni
Bride Details:
Name: Rifca sin Iancu Itzic Crashmariu (tavern keeper)
Age: 18
Marital Status: Single
Profession: None
Residence: Dorohoi
Birth: Dorohoi
Bride Parents:
Father: Iancu sin Itzic Crashmariu, tavern keeper
Mother: Tolza
Residence: Dorohoi
The parents were present and consented to the marriage
Preliminary Records:
Publications made without opposition in Dorohoi on 19and 26 August
Groom and Bride Age certificates based on the testimony of five
witnesses made at Dorohoi city hall and authenticated by the court as nr.
4784 and 4785
Witnesses:
1. Iancu sin Itzic Crashmariu , 45, tavern keeper
2. Bercu sin Zalman,48, tavern keeper
3. Leiba sin Itzic, 43, tavern keeper
4. Mehal sin Tzalic, 46, midman
Comment: All Jews and living in Dorohoi first two on behalf of the
husband, last two on behalf of the bride.
Signatures: All except the last one by the same hand
Notes: Witness nr. 1 is Rivka's father


(Ukraine) IHRA Project to Study Killing Sites In Krements Region of Western Ukraine #ukraine

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) initiated a project
to study Holocaust-era killing sites in the Kremenets region of western
Ukraine. They are scanning the area while they still have survivors who can
tell them where to search. IHRA's report ruled out conducting archeological
digs in killing sites as it violates Jewish law.

Nazis had thousands of killing sites in the Ukraine. This is but one of
them-that is part of a larger project funded by the German government. The
team is led by Meylakh Sheyket, director for the Union of Councils for Jews
in the Former Soviet Union which is using geophysical imaging to delineate
the area where in 1942 Nazis buried thousands of Jews who they had
murdered.

To read more on this see: http://tinyurl.com/log75tw
Original url:
http://forward.com/articles/211177/holocaust-researchers-use-imaging-to-find
-mass-gra/

IHRA is an intergovernmental body whose purpose is to place political and
social leaders' support behind the need for Holocaust education, remembrance
and research both nationally and internationally. To learn more about IHRA
see:
https://www.holocaustremembrance.com/about-us

In full disclosure I was an invited speaker on access to holocaust records
this June to an IHRA committee.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine (Ukraine) IHRA Project to Study Killing Sites In Krements Region of Western Ukraine #ukraine

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) initiated a project
to study Holocaust-era killing sites in the Kremenets region of western
Ukraine. They are scanning the area while they still have survivors who can
tell them where to search. IHRA's report ruled out conducting archeological
digs in killing sites as it violates Jewish law.

Nazis had thousands of killing sites in the Ukraine. This is but one of
them-that is part of a larger project funded by the German government. The
team is led by Meylakh Sheyket, director for the Union of Councils for Jews
in the Former Soviet Union which is using geophysical imaging to delineate
the area where in 1942 Nazis buried thousands of Jews who they had
murdered.

To read more on this see: http://tinyurl.com/log75tw
Original url:
http://forward.com/articles/211177/holocaust-researchers-use-imaging-to-find
-mass-gra/

IHRA is an intergovernmental body whose purpose is to place political and
social leaders' support behind the need for Holocaust education, remembrance
and research both nationally and internationally. To learn more about IHRA
see:
https://www.holocaustremembrance.com/about-us

In full disclosure I was an invited speaker on access to holocaust records
this June to an IHRA committee.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


1875 Zinkov (Ukraine) Conscription Census #ukraine

Linda Shefler
 

Wow!!! I just received the completed spreadsheet of the 1875 Zinkov
Conscription Census >from Dena, and it's amazing! There are 8678
individuals included in this census; not including fathers' names!
The information included is: Page Number, Registration Number, Surname,
Given Name, Father, Relationship to Head of Household, Sex, Age, Age at
Last Revision, Reason Left (place of origin), Comments, Former
Registration Number, Day/Month/Year of Census, Town/Uyzed/Gubernia, Type
of Record and Reference Information.

Some of the places included are:

Berdichev
Butsnevtsy
Derazhnya
Mikhalpol
Olgopol uyezd
Snitovka
Colony Staro-Zakrevskiy Maydan
Village Sutkovtsy, Sutkovetskaya volost
Colony Bzovo, Domsko-Karichinetskaya volost
Village Ignatovtsy, Ignatovetskaya volost
Village Yaroslavka, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Redvintsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Molomolintsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Volosovtsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Parkhamovtsy, Bakhmatovetskaya volost
Village Pankovtsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Shrubkov, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Suslovtsy, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Popovtsy, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Kudynka, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Svichna, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Rozhny, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Shchedrova, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Goloskov, Medzhibozhskaya volost
Village Murovana Verbka, Sutkovetskaya volost
6th Uchastok
Volkovintsy
Voytovetskaya volost
Yankovetskaya volost
Yaskovetskaya volost
Zinkov

As you can see, this census covers a wide area and can be very helpful to
anyone searching any places in Letichev uyzed.

I will be sending the spreadsheet out today to everyone who donated $100
or more to this project. Unfortunately, we are still far short of what we
need to collect to compensate Dena for her amazing work. As you know, it
takes a long time for JewishGen to upload records like this, so if you are
interested in getting the records immediately, please make a contribution
of $100 or more to the 1875 Zinkov Conscription Census through JewishGen.
Remember, it is *tax deductible*. And it's also Chanukah, so how about a
nice Chanukah gift to JewishGen! Let's get this funded, so you can get a
copy of these records immediately, and we can get it in line to be
uploaded (which can take months >from when it's fully funded).

Please make sure to let me know when you make a contribution, the amount
and include a copy of your receipt >from JewishGen.

Chanukah Sameach!
Linda Silverman Shefler
San Francisco East Bay
linda.shefler@gmail.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine 1875 Zinkov (Ukraine) Conscription Census #ukraine

Linda Shefler
 

Wow!!! I just received the completed spreadsheet of the 1875 Zinkov
Conscription Census >from Dena, and it's amazing! There are 8678
individuals included in this census; not including fathers' names!
The information included is: Page Number, Registration Number, Surname,
Given Name, Father, Relationship to Head of Household, Sex, Age, Age at
Last Revision, Reason Left (place of origin), Comments, Former
Registration Number, Day/Month/Year of Census, Town/Uyzed/Gubernia, Type
of Record and Reference Information.

Some of the places included are:

Berdichev
Butsnevtsy
Derazhnya
Mikhalpol
Olgopol uyezd
Snitovka
Colony Staro-Zakrevskiy Maydan
Village Sutkovtsy, Sutkovetskaya volost
Colony Bzovo, Domsko-Karichinetskaya volost
Village Ignatovtsy, Ignatovetskaya volost
Village Yaroslavka, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Redvintsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Molomolintsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Volosovtsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Parkhamovtsy, Bakhmatovetskaya volost
Village Pankovtsy, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Shrubkov, Volosovetskaya volost
Village Suslovtsy, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Popovtsy, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Kudynka, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Svichna, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Rozhny, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Shchedrova, Suslovetskaya volost
Village Goloskov, Medzhibozhskaya volost
Village Murovana Verbka, Sutkovetskaya volost
6th Uchastok
Volkovintsy
Voytovetskaya volost
Yankovetskaya volost
Yaskovetskaya volost
Zinkov

As you can see, this census covers a wide area and can be very helpful to
anyone searching any places in Letichev uyzed.

I will be sending the spreadsheet out today to everyone who donated $100
or more to this project. Unfortunately, we are still far short of what we
need to collect to compensate Dena for her amazing work. As you know, it
takes a long time for JewishGen to upload records like this, so if you are
interested in getting the records immediately, please make a contribution
of $100 or more to the 1875 Zinkov Conscription Census through JewishGen.
Remember, it is *tax deductible*. And it's also Chanukah, so how about a
nice Chanukah gift to JewishGen! Let's get this funded, so you can get a
copy of these records immediately, and we can get it in line to be
uploaded (which can take months >from when it's fully funded).

Please make sure to let me know when you make a contribution, the amount
and include a copy of your receipt >from JewishGen.

Chanukah Sameach!
Linda Silverman Shefler
San Francisco East Bay
linda.shefler@gmail.com

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