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Rabbi Tanchum RUBINSTEIN #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to trace the descendants of Rabbi Tanchum Rubinstein of Israel
who contributed an article in the Czyewo yizkor book (1961) n his
wife's rabbinic chassidic ancestry.

--
Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please send contact information privately.


STIKAN (SHTIKAN) in Latvia #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Looking to make contact with anyone rom this family of the 19th
century that I found information on.

--
Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please send contact information privately.


Aviva HAHN #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact with Aviv Hahn who lived in Far Rockaway, NY
and corresponded with me some years ago (in 2001).

--
Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please send contact information privately.


Rabbi ABRAMOWITZ- born Jerusalem 1894-Chicago 1930-1950 #rabbinic

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

Several years ago I corresponded with descendants of a Rabbi
ABRAMOWITZ who was born in Jerusalem around 1894-95 , who married a
CHARLAP and emmigrated to Chicago and became a Conservative Rabbi
there. I was trying to find if we are connected as my grandfather,
Rabbi Chaim Yitzchak ABRAMOWITZ was also born in Jerusalem in 1895.

I have lost the correspondences which I had in this matter and would
appreciate if anyone >from the above (former) ABRAMOWITZ family could
give me again his and his wife's first name so that I can continue
researching this possible connection.

TIA

Happy Chanuka

Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Rabbi Tanchum RUBINSTEIN #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to trace the descendants of Rabbi Tanchum Rubinstein of Israel
who contributed an article in the Czyewo yizkor book (1961) n his
wife's rabbinic chassidic ancestry.

--
Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please send contact information privately.


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic STIKAN (SHTIKAN) in Latvia #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Looking to make contact with anyone rom this family of the 19th
century that I found information on.

--
Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please send contact information privately.


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Aviva HAHN #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact with Aviv Hahn who lived in Far Rockaway, NY
and corresponded with me some years ago (in 2001).

--
Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please send contact information privately.


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Rabbi ABRAMOWITZ- born Jerusalem 1894-Chicago 1930-1950 #rabbinic

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

Several years ago I corresponded with descendants of a Rabbi
ABRAMOWITZ who was born in Jerusalem around 1894-95 , who married a
CHARLAP and emmigrated to Chicago and became a Conservative Rabbi
there. I was trying to find if we are connected as my grandfather,
Rabbi Chaim Yitzchak ABRAMOWITZ was also born in Jerusalem in 1895.

I have lost the correspondences which I had in this matter and would
appreciate if anyone >from the above (former) ABRAMOWITZ family could
give me again his and his wife's first name so that I can continue
researching this possible connection.

TIA

Happy Chanuka

Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem


Mathilde Tagger has passed away #sephardic

Jeff at SG
 

It is with great sorrow that I write to let you know that Mathilde Tagger
has just pass away in Israel.

She was a personal friend and mentor and she will be terribly missed. An
indefatigable researcher she willingly helped all who asked her. Her
passing is a huge irreplaceable loss to the Sephardic community. May she
rest in peace.

Jeff Malka


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim Mathilde Tagger has passed away #sephardic

Jeff at SG
 

It is with great sorrow that I write to let you know that Mathilde Tagger
has just pass away in Israel.

She was a personal friend and mentor and she will be terribly missed. An
indefatigable researcher she willingly helped all who asked her. Her
passing is a huge irreplaceable loss to the Sephardic community. May she
rest in peace.

Jeff Malka


ARONIS cousins from Libau, Latvia, Milwaukee and Hollywood Broward Cty., Florida #latvia

K. & L. Bertelsen <leah9knud@...>
 

Dear fellow researchers

Recently I was in touch with the Milwaukee Jewish Museum and
incredibly, Jay Hyland found two very interesting newspaper
cuttings about my late maternal GM's paternal first cousins,
Salje/Sally and Henry ARONIS.

The first article was about Salje/Sally's naturalization, but
the second article, which was dated 7-9-1971 appeared in the
Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle, and I summarise this below with my
comments in brackets :

Quote
HIAS Service Seeking Two Persons or Descendants

The Jewish Family and Children's Service has received a request
from the Location Department of HIAS Service in New York to locate
the following persons or their descendants. These people lived in
Latvia and came to the USA around 1936-1940 (Actually Salje was in
America >from as early as 1925).

Sally Moriz ARONIS - born in Liepojus (sic) (Libau) Latvia, married an
American named COHEN (actually Lydia COHEN - family >from Milwaukee)

Henry ARONIS - born Liepojus (sic) (Libau) Latvia - was a watchmaker
and may have opened a jewelry (sic) store.

If anyone has any information regarding these two persons would they
please contact ....... Jewish Family and Children's Service Tel......
Unquote

I have always thought that our tiny family in Australia were the only
known living descendants of the PALM-ARONIS family of Libau, although
I have found some possibly relevant information relating to one/two
ARONIS families in Boston around 1900, who might have been somehow
related. However,I have not been able to verify this possibility,
although the names (David, Zusel/Sussman) are very similar to the
names of some of my GGGF's brothers, but the dates are out by about
10 years.
There were a very small number other Jewish ARONIS families who
emigrated to the USA, >from Vilna, Libau, etc., but I have not been
able to link them to our family >from Libau.

As far as I know, Sally (D.1968) and Lydia (D.1972), did not have any
children, and Henry (D.1986) did not marry.
They all died in Hollywood, Broward Cty., Florida.

Sally and Henry's Father (Israel Nikholai b.Leib ARONIS 1868-1933)
was a younger brother of my maternal GM's Father, David Behr/
Bernhard b.Leib ARONIS 1866-1901).

My late Mama Nana told me there may have been another brother (or
cousin?) - John ARONIS - but I have never been able to find out
anything more about him >from either the Libau or USA records.

I have a large amount of information about the PALM-ARONIS family
of Libau (with links back to Hasenpoth/Aizpute and Goldingen/Kuldiga)
but would appreciate hearing >from anyone who might know of any ARONIS
(or related) families who might have made this enquiry to HIAS in the
early 1970s.

Thanking you in anticipation

Lorraine Bertelsen
Boho, Downunder


Latvia SIG #Latvia ARONIS cousins from Libau, Latvia, Milwaukee and Hollywood Broward Cty., Florida #latvia

K. & L. Bertelsen <leah9knud@...>
 

Dear fellow researchers

Recently I was in touch with the Milwaukee Jewish Museum and
incredibly, Jay Hyland found two very interesting newspaper
cuttings about my late maternal GM's paternal first cousins,
Salje/Sally and Henry ARONIS.

The first article was about Salje/Sally's naturalization, but
the second article, which was dated 7-9-1971 appeared in the
Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle, and I summarise this below with my
comments in brackets :

Quote
HIAS Service Seeking Two Persons or Descendants

The Jewish Family and Children's Service has received a request
from the Location Department of HIAS Service in New York to locate
the following persons or their descendants. These people lived in
Latvia and came to the USA around 1936-1940 (Actually Salje was in
America >from as early as 1925).

Sally Moriz ARONIS - born in Liepojus (sic) (Libau) Latvia, married an
American named COHEN (actually Lydia COHEN - family >from Milwaukee)

Henry ARONIS - born Liepojus (sic) (Libau) Latvia - was a watchmaker
and may have opened a jewelry (sic) store.

If anyone has any information regarding these two persons would they
please contact ....... Jewish Family and Children's Service Tel......
Unquote

I have always thought that our tiny family in Australia were the only
known living descendants of the PALM-ARONIS family of Libau, although
I have found some possibly relevant information relating to one/two
ARONIS families in Boston around 1900, who might have been somehow
related. However,I have not been able to verify this possibility,
although the names (David, Zusel/Sussman) are very similar to the
names of some of my GGGF's brothers, but the dates are out by about
10 years.
There were a very small number other Jewish ARONIS families who
emigrated to the USA, >from Vilna, Libau, etc., but I have not been
able to link them to our family >from Libau.

As far as I know, Sally (D.1968) and Lydia (D.1972), did not have any
children, and Henry (D.1986) did not marry.
They all died in Hollywood, Broward Cty., Florida.

Sally and Henry's Father (Israel Nikholai b.Leib ARONIS 1868-1933)
was a younger brother of my maternal GM's Father, David Behr/
Bernhard b.Leib ARONIS 1866-1901).

My late Mama Nana told me there may have been another brother (or
cousin?) - John ARONIS - but I have never been able to find out
anything more about him >from either the Libau or USA records.

I have a large amount of information about the PALM-ARONIS family
of Libau (with links back to Hasenpoth/Aizpute and Goldingen/Kuldiga)
but would appreciate hearing >from anyone who might know of any ARONIS
(or related) families who might have made this enquiry to HIAS in the
early 1970s.

Thanking you in anticipation

Lorraine Bertelsen
Boho, Downunder


"Illegal" immigration to Palestine, during the British Mandate - site cite #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Tamar Amit <ta.genealogy@...>
 

Hi,

My grandmother and her brother managed to escape Danzig and arrive in
Israel (than Palestine) after boarding an Ma'apilim (illegal
immigrant) ship - the S.S. Astir.
Another great-aunt managed to board the S.S. Atalntic and was interned
at a Mauritius camp for several years before arriving in Palestine.

I got note today about the following site that gives valuable
information as to Aliya - Legal and "Illegal". It deals with many
forms of transport and has details of the different ships, routes and
even name lists of the passengers.

I notices that during the earlier years 1934-1940, many of the
passengers originated in Danzig so it might be useful to many here.

Here is the site: http://en.maapilim.org.il/

By the way, It was put together by the "Haapala" museum that is in
what used to be a British detention camp near Atlit (just south of
Haifa). My grandmother managed to spend some time in it before being
released by the British...

Happy Hanuka and fruitful searching,
Tamar Amit
Israel

Researching:
APT, GOTTLIEB \ Hessen, Germany;
BECKER, LEVY \ Danzig (Gdansk), Tuchola, both now in Poland


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland "Illegal" immigration to Palestine, during the British Mandate - site cite #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Tamar Amit <ta.genealogy@...>
 

Hi,

My grandmother and her brother managed to escape Danzig and arrive in
Israel (than Palestine) after boarding an Ma'apilim (illegal
immigrant) ship - the S.S. Astir.
Another great-aunt managed to board the S.S. Atalntic and was interned
at a Mauritius camp for several years before arriving in Palestine.

I got note today about the following site that gives valuable
information as to Aliya - Legal and "Illegal". It deals with many
forms of transport and has details of the different ships, routes and
even name lists of the passengers.

I notices that during the earlier years 1934-1940, many of the
passengers originated in Danzig so it might be useful to many here.

Here is the site: http://en.maapilim.org.il/

By the way, It was put together by the "Haapala" museum that is in
what used to be a British detention camp near Atlit (just south of
Haifa). My grandmother managed to spend some time in it before being
released by the British...

Happy Hanuka and fruitful searching,
Tamar Amit
Israel

Researching:
APT, GOTTLIEB \ Hessen, Germany;
BECKER, LEVY \ Danzig (Gdansk), Tuchola, both now in Poland


Sara KRAMARUTSKY - Kaunsa to the US #general

Rony Golan <golanron@...>
 

Dear JGenners,

I need your help in tracing my great-aunt Sara KRAMARUTSKY.

Sara was born in Kaunas (then Russia, now Lithuania) in 1894. Her parents
were Nokkhum KRAMARUTSKY and Rivka-Raichel PAKELCHIK.

I have found evidence that she came to the US: she entered Ellis Island on
June 8, 1913 as Sore KRUMERUTZKE
Her destination was 518 Winsted St., Kalamazoo, Michigan. Her entry record
has a reference number to an internal Ellis Island record, which we don't
have.

I found out that Benjamin Miller was married to Bessie MILLER who was born
in Kaunas as Rocha-Bassa PAKELCHIK on June 18, 1873.

So, Sara was heading in 1913 to her aunt Bessie (Rocha-Bassa) MILLER (nee
PAKELCHIK) in Michigan.

After her entry I could not find anything on her. The MILLERs appear in
Kalamazoo city directory and later in the federal censuses, but not Sara.
Sara is not on any state or federal census. I could not trace her name in
any commercial database.

As far as I can think, there are 3 major possibilities:

1. Sore did not enter the US, was refused entry and returned home;
2. Sore entered and got married, assumed her husband's surname and was not
"caught" by any census;
3. Sore died in the US and her death is not on any Internet database;
Sore is not recorded as a Holocaust victim and no one filled a Page of
Testimony for her. The Miller's naturalization records do not mention her at
all nor she appears as boarder or any other status.

Considering that she did stay in the US following her June 1913 entry, where
do I go >from here?

Many thanks for your ideas!

Rony Golan
Ramat HaSharon, Israel

RESEARCHING: KRAMARUTSKY, PAKELCHIK - Lithuania
EISDOEFER - Hungary


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Sara KRAMARUTSKY - Kaunsa to the US #general

Rony Golan <golanron@...>
 

Dear JGenners,

I need your help in tracing my great-aunt Sara KRAMARUTSKY.

Sara was born in Kaunas (then Russia, now Lithuania) in 1894. Her parents
were Nokkhum KRAMARUTSKY and Rivka-Raichel PAKELCHIK.

I have found evidence that she came to the US: she entered Ellis Island on
June 8, 1913 as Sore KRUMERUTZKE
Her destination was 518 Winsted St., Kalamazoo, Michigan. Her entry record
has a reference number to an internal Ellis Island record, which we don't
have.

I found out that Benjamin Miller was married to Bessie MILLER who was born
in Kaunas as Rocha-Bassa PAKELCHIK on June 18, 1873.

So, Sara was heading in 1913 to her aunt Bessie (Rocha-Bassa) MILLER (nee
PAKELCHIK) in Michigan.

After her entry I could not find anything on her. The MILLERs appear in
Kalamazoo city directory and later in the federal censuses, but not Sara.
Sara is not on any state or federal census. I could not trace her name in
any commercial database.

As far as I can think, there are 3 major possibilities:

1. Sore did not enter the US, was refused entry and returned home;
2. Sore entered and got married, assumed her husband's surname and was not
"caught" by any census;
3. Sore died in the US and her death is not on any Internet database;
Sore is not recorded as a Holocaust victim and no one filled a Page of
Testimony for her. The Miller's naturalization records do not mention her at
all nor she appears as boarder or any other status.

Considering that she did stay in the US following her June 1913 entry, where
do I go >from here?

Many thanks for your ideas!

Rony Golan
Ramat HaSharon, Israel

RESEARCHING: KRAMARUTSKY, PAKELCHIK - Lithuania
EISDOEFER - Hungary


Re: Given name Elek #general

Frank Schulaner
 

Or a contraction of Eli Melech. Never heard it used as a personal name,
just the first thing to pop into my head.

Frank Schulaner
Kealakekua, HI
fschulaner@hawaii.rr.com

From: John M Hoenig <hoenig@vims.edu>

I was wondering if the given name Elek could be a Hungarian or Romanian variant
of Ezsak or Isaak. I'm looking for the latter two names but came across the
name Elek in a transcription of a gravestone. It's wishful thinking that Elek
could be Isaak.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Given name Elek #general

Frank Schulaner
 

Or a contraction of Eli Melech. Never heard it used as a personal name,
just the first thing to pop into my head.

Frank Schulaner
Kealakekua, HI
fschulaner@hawaii.rr.com

From: John M Hoenig <hoenig@vims.edu>

I was wondering if the given name Elek could be a Hungarian or Romanian variant
of Ezsak or Isaak. I'm looking for the latter two names but came across the
name Elek in a transcription of a gravestone. It's wishful thinking that Elek
could be Isaak.


Kremenets (Ukraine) Update #general

Ronald D. Doctor
 

On behalf of the Kremenets Board, I wish you all a very Happy New Year.

Our KDRG Contributors website has been reorganized a bit and now has
ALL of the vital records and revision list translation spreadsheets
that have been completed so far. They are downloadable from:

https://sites.google.com/site/kdrgcontributors/home?pli=1

You will see new links in the "Navigation" menu (left side of the
page). These point to: "Translation Spreadsheets, RS" and "Translation
Spreadsheets VR". For information about how to access these records,
please write to Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com)

The vital records spreadsheets page allows you to download the
following UNEDITED, pre-release spreadsheets.

* Belozirka births: 1897-1899, 1902-1904, 1907-1916, 1918-1922
* Belozirka marriages: 1878-1898, 1900-1914, 1918-1925
* Berezhtsy deaths: 1879-1891, 1893-1897, 1899-1903, 1913
* Kremenets births: 1902-1903, 1908-1915, 1917-1919, 1922, 1929
* Kremenets marriages: 1870-1871, 1876, 1887, 1892, 1906-1907, 1919
* Kremenets divorces: 1887, 1891, 1894
* Kremenets deaths: 1910-1911
* Oleksinets marriages: 1878-1913
* Oleksinets deaths: 1881-1895, 1908-1914
* Shumsk births: 1879, 1881-1883, 1885-1886, 1888, 1890-1894, 1896
* Vishnevets births: 1889-1897, 1900-1906, 1910-1922

These are not yet edited and so are not yet in either the Master
spreadsheets nor the Concordance (Master Name Index).

In addition, the following vital records translation spreadsheets are
included in various Master spreadsheets and in the Concordance. The
birth, marriage, divorce, and death Masters are downloadable >from the
"Master Documents and Spreadsheets" section within the Navigation menu
in the left sidebar.

* Belozirka births: 1879-1889, 1894, 1896, 1905
* Berezhtsy births: 1878-1895, 1900-1901, 1904-1905, 1907-1908, 1912-1913
* Katerburg births: 1885, 1887-1895, 1900-1904, 1907-1911, 1913-1916,
1920, 1922-1931, 1937-1938
* Kremenets births: 1870-1886, 1888-1906
* Kremenets marriages: 1899-1902, 1904
* Kremenets divorces: 1903-1904
* Kremenets deaths: 1870-1878, 1880-1897, 1900-1902, 1904-1907
* Lanovtsy births: 1878-1894
* Oleksinets births: 1878-1883, 1892, 1896-1898, 1900-1901, 1903-1904,
1906, 1910, 1913
* Vishnevets births: 1878-1879, 1881-1888
* Vyshgorodok births: 1878-1889, 1895-1904

The following UNEDITED, pre-release revision list translations
(Russian censuses) are also on the KDRG Contributors website.

* 2213479, files 0001-0043 (26 pages), years 1816-1827
* 2213480, files 0019-1898 (1,619 pages), years 1816-1830
* 2213481, files 0001-1997 (1,331 pages), years 1816-1827
* 2213482, files 0001-0334 (247 pages), year 1816
* 2213486, files 0001-0805 (1,304 pages), years 1834-1849
* 2213487, files 0805b-1656 (1,236 pages), years 1834-1849
* 2234586, files 1656-1884b (286 pages), years 1834-1849
* 2269547, files 0001-1894 (1,439 pages), years 1858-1860
* 2269548, files 0001-1231 (936 pages), years 1858-1860
* 2269549, files 0001-0563 (276 pages), years 1862-1869
* 2270287, files 0555-1752 (1,239 pages), years 1834-1853
* 2270288, files 0485-2019, (1271 pages), year 1850
* 2270317, files 0001-0786 (589 pages), years 1858-1859
* 2346519, files 0001-0736 (414 pages), years 1850-1858
* 2375506, files 0101-0246 (88 pages), year 1811

The initial 7-digit number is the LDS FamilySearch Microfilm Number.

In addition, the following edited revision list translations are
included in the Revision List Master spreadsheet and in the
Concordance.

* 2213480, files 0001-0018 (12 pages), year 1816
* 2270287, files 0555-0564 (10 pages), year 1850 plus text files
1171, 1551, 1554, 1557, 1560, 1563, 1566, 1569-1571, 1684 (12
pages), years 1850-1853
* 2270288, files 0001-0484 (446 pages), years 1850-1851
* 2375506, files 0001-0100 (77 files), year 1811
* 2376396, files 0001-0044 (35 pages), year 1811

The Master is downloadable >from the "Master Documents and
Spreadsheets" section within the Navigation menu in the left sidebar.
The entries >from these spreadsheets also are in the Concordance at:

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kremenets/web-pages/master-surnames.html

These revision lists cover most of the towns of the Kremenets
district. For example, FHL film 2375506 has census entries for
Belozirka, Katerburg, Kremenets, Lanovtsy, Podberezhtsy, Radzivilov,
Rakhmanov, Shumsk, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, and Yampol ... all are
towns that were in the Kremenets district. To identify which revision
lists are available for each town, please see the "Document
Acquisitions and Status" spreadsheet. It is downloadable >from the
Kremenets KehilaLinks website at:
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kremenets/web-pages/KDRG_Document_Acquisitions_and_Status.xlsx
[MOD.NOTE: shortened URL - http://goo.gl/ZtgXGI ]
Use the hyperlinked index near the top of the document to jump to the
Census listing for each town.

Please contact me at rddpdx@gmail.com to find out how to access these
translation spreadsheets.

Ron

Ron Doctor
Co-Coordinator, Kremenets Shtetl CO-OP/Jewish Records Indexing-Poland
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Kremenets/web-pages/index.html
Portland, Oregon USA
and
Board Member and Past Coordinator, JewishGen Ukraine Special Interest Group

Researching DOCTOR (DIOKHTER), VARER, AVERBAKH, KORENFELD ... all from
Kremenets, Oleksinets, Yampol, Vishnevets
and KAZDOY (KOSODOY), DUBINSKI, DUBOWSKY ... all >from Kiev, Uman, Odessa


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Kremenets (Ukraine) Update #general

Ronald D. Doctor
 

On behalf of the Kremenets Board, I wish you all a very Happy New Year.

Our KDRG Contributors website has been reorganized a bit and now has
ALL of the vital records and revision list translation spreadsheets
that have been completed so far. They are downloadable from:

https://sites.google.com/site/kdrgcontributors/home?pli=1

You will see new links in the "Navigation" menu (left side of the
page). These point to: "Translation Spreadsheets, RS" and "Translation
Spreadsheets VR". For information about how to access these records,
please write to Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com)

The vital records spreadsheets page allows you to download the
following UNEDITED, pre-release spreadsheets.

* Belozirka births: 1897-1899, 1902-1904, 1907-1916, 1918-1922
* Belozirka marriages: 1878-1898, 1900-1914, 1918-1925
* Berezhtsy deaths: 1879-1891, 1893-1897, 1899-1903, 1913
* Kremenets births: 1902-1903, 1908-1915, 1917-1919, 1922, 1929
* Kremenets marriages: 1870-1871, 1876, 1887, 1892, 1906-1907, 1919
* Kremenets divorces: 1887, 1891, 1894
* Kremenets deaths: 1910-1911
* Oleksinets marriages: 1878-1913
* Oleksinets deaths: 1881-1895, 1908-1914
* Shumsk births: 1879, 1881-1883, 1885-1886, 1888, 1890-1894, 1896
* Vishnevets births: 1889-1897, 1900-1906, 1910-1922

These are not yet edited and so are not yet in either the Master
spreadsheets nor the Concordance (Master Name Index).

In addition, the following vital records translation spreadsheets are
included in various Master spreadsheets and in the Concordance. The
birth, marriage, divorce, and death Masters are downloadable >from the
"Master Documents and Spreadsheets" section within the Navigation menu
in the left sidebar.

* Belozirka births: 1879-1889, 1894, 1896, 1905
* Berezhtsy births: 1878-1895, 1900-1901, 1904-1905, 1907-1908, 1912-1913
* Katerburg births: 1885, 1887-1895, 1900-1904, 1907-1911, 1913-1916,
1920, 1922-1931, 1937-1938
* Kremenets births: 1870-1886, 1888-1906
* Kremenets marriages: 1899-1902, 1904
* Kremenets divorces: 1903-1904
* Kremenets deaths: 1870-1878, 1880-1897, 1900-1902, 1904-1907
* Lanovtsy births: 1878-1894
* Oleksinets births: 1878-1883, 1892, 1896-1898, 1900-1901, 1903-1904,
1906, 1910, 1913
* Vishnevets births: 1878-1879, 1881-1888
* Vyshgorodok births: 1878-1889, 1895-1904

The following UNEDITED, pre-release revision list translations
(Russian censuses) are also on the KDRG Contributors website.

* 2213479, files 0001-0043 (26 pages), years 1816-1827
* 2213480, files 0019-1898 (1,619 pages), years 1816-1830
* 2213481, files 0001-1997 (1,331 pages), years 1816-1827
* 2213482, files 0001-0334 (247 pages), year 1816
* 2213486, files 0001-0805 (1,304 pages), years 1834-1849
* 2213487, files 0805b-1656 (1,236 pages), years 1834-1849
* 2234586, files 1656-1884b (286 pages), years 1834-1849
* 2269547, files 0001-1894 (1,439 pages), years 1858-1860
* 2269548, files 0001-1231 (936 pages), years 1858-1860
* 2269549, files 0001-0563 (276 pages), years 1862-1869
* 2270287, files 0555-1752 (1,239 pages), years 1834-1853
* 2270288, files 0485-2019, (1271 pages), year 1850
* 2270317, files 0001-0786 (589 pages), years 1858-1859
* 2346519, files 0001-0736 (414 pages), years 1850-1858
* 2375506, files 0101-0246 (88 pages), year 1811

The initial 7-digit number is the LDS FamilySearch Microfilm Number.

In addition, the following edited revision list translations are
included in the Revision List Master spreadsheet and in the
Concordance.

* 2213480, files 0001-0018 (12 pages), year 1816
* 2270287, files 0555-0564 (10 pages), year 1850 plus text files
1171, 1551, 1554, 1557, 1560, 1563, 1566, 1569-1571, 1684 (12
pages), years 1850-1853
* 2270288, files 0001-0484 (446 pages), years 1850-1851
* 2375506, files 0001-0100 (77 files), year 1811
* 2376396, files 0001-0044 (35 pages), year 1811

The Master is downloadable >from the "Master Documents and
Spreadsheets" section within the Navigation menu in the left sidebar.
The entries >from these spreadsheets also are in the Concordance at:

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kremenets/web-pages/master-surnames.html

These revision lists cover most of the towns of the Kremenets
district. For example, FHL film 2375506 has census entries for
Belozirka, Katerburg, Kremenets, Lanovtsy, Podberezhtsy, Radzivilov,
Rakhmanov, Shumsk, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, and Yampol ... all are
towns that were in the Kremenets district. To identify which revision
lists are available for each town, please see the "Document
Acquisitions and Status" spreadsheet. It is downloadable >from the
Kremenets KehilaLinks website at:
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kremenets/web-pages/KDRG_Document_Acquisitions_and_Status.xlsx
[MOD.NOTE: shortened URL - http://goo.gl/ZtgXGI ]
Use the hyperlinked index near the top of the document to jump to the
Census listing for each town.

Please contact me at rddpdx@gmail.com to find out how to access these
translation spreadsheets.

Ron

Ron Doctor
Co-Coordinator, Kremenets Shtetl CO-OP/Jewish Records Indexing-Poland
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Kremenets/web-pages/index.html
Portland, Oregon USA
and
Board Member and Past Coordinator, JewishGen Ukraine Special Interest Group

Researching DOCTOR (DIOKHTER), VARER, AVERBAKH, KORENFELD ... all from
Kremenets, Oleksinets, Yampol, Vishnevets
and KAZDOY (KOSODOY), DUBINSKI, DUBOWSKY ... all >from Kiev, Uman, Odessa

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