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Long Lost Family-- Another Genealogy Program Premieres March 1 #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Learning Channel which also hosts Who Do You Think You Are ( which returns
March 8, 2015 10PM/9PM Central on TLC) is also hosting a new series of adoptees
trying to find their biological parents, called Long Lost Family. The same
producers as WDYTUA and sponsor, Ancestry.com is bringing to television in the US
Long Lost Family. Long Lost Family premieres on Sunday March 1, 2015 10PM/9PM
Central viewers will watch adoptees go through the ups and downs of trying to track
down loved ones they're so anxious to meet. The program has appeared on British
television for several years. >from reading the blurb about the program,
http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2015/02/19/new-special-long-lost-family-to-premiere-sunday-march-1-on-tlc/365552/
(MODERATOR: https://tinyurl.com/loljlpj )
it appears that one session is scheduled and depending on interest more may be
forthcoming-this is an assumption on my part >from the way it is written. To see a
brief preview go to http://www.tlc.com/schedule/ and go to March 1 and the 10 PM
time slot.

I have no affiliation with Ancestry.com, Who Do You Think You Are, Shed Media, or
TLC.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Long Lost Family-- Another Genealogy Program Premieres March 1 #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Learning Channel which also hosts Who Do You Think You Are ( which returns
March 8, 2015 10PM/9PM Central on TLC) is also hosting a new series of adoptees
trying to find their biological parents, called Long Lost Family. The same
producers as WDYTUA and sponsor, Ancestry.com is bringing to television in the US
Long Lost Family. Long Lost Family premieres on Sunday March 1, 2015 10PM/9PM
Central viewers will watch adoptees go through the ups and downs of trying to track
down loved ones they're so anxious to meet. The program has appeared on British
television for several years. >from reading the blurb about the program,
http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2015/02/19/new-special-long-lost-family-to-premiere-sunday-march-1-on-tlc/365552/
(MODERATOR: https://tinyurl.com/loljlpj )
it appears that one session is scheduled and depending on interest more may be
forthcoming-this is an assumption on my part >from the way it is written. To see a
brief preview go to http://www.tlc.com/schedule/ and go to March 1 and the 10 PM
time slot.

I have no affiliation with Ancestry.com, Who Do You Think You Are, Shed Media, or
TLC.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Gatermann? Was ist das? SITE CITE #germany

Roger Lustig
 

Followers of this group will have noticed my frequent use of the term
"Gatermann film(s)". Here's what I mean when I say that:

During WW II the Reichssippenamt (Reich family office, RSA for short),
which was part of the German internal-security apparatus, ordered
specifically Jewish vital registers to be gathered. The firm of
Gatermann & Co. (actually Mr. and Mrs. Gatermann, for the most part)
were commissioned to make microfilm copies of these registers. The
filming took place in a castle in Thuringia--far removed >from any
fighting--and continued until the last days of the war. After that, the
Gatermanns took their negatives and returned to their home in western
Germany. Unfortunately, the original registers were lost some time
afterward, in circumstances never yet explained completely.

Some years later, the Gatermanns offered the negatives to various
governments. The German federal government purchased the films relating
to East Germany and the portions of Germany ceded to Poland, and West
German state governments purchased the rest--as far as we know.

Two large collections of Gatermann films have appeared on line: those
for Baden-Wuerttemberg and most of those for Hessen. (Frankfurt is still
to come.) The federal-government portion is supposed to go on line soon
as well--or at least, that was the plan 2 years ago. The other
substantial collections I know of are >from Bavaria, North-Rhine
Westphalia and Lower Saxony. As far as know, there are no Gatermann
films >from west of the Rhine, because universal civil registration was
introduced there over 200 years ago, i.e., specifically Jewish registers
would be few and far between.

When looking at an image of a German vital record, you may notice some
letters, numbers and symbols at the top. If they begin with "RSA" you're
looking at a Gatermann film.

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA research coordinator, GerSIG


German SIG #Germany Gatermann? Was ist das? SITE CITE #germany

Roger Lustig
 

Followers of this group will have noticed my frequent use of the term
"Gatermann film(s)". Here's what I mean when I say that:

During WW II the Reichssippenamt (Reich family office, RSA for short),
which was part of the German internal-security apparatus, ordered
specifically Jewish vital registers to be gathered. The firm of
Gatermann & Co. (actually Mr. and Mrs. Gatermann, for the most part)
were commissioned to make microfilm copies of these registers. The
filming took place in a castle in Thuringia--far removed >from any
fighting--and continued until the last days of the war. After that, the
Gatermanns took their negatives and returned to their home in western
Germany. Unfortunately, the original registers were lost some time
afterward, in circumstances never yet explained completely.

Some years later, the Gatermanns offered the negatives to various
governments. The German federal government purchased the films relating
to East Germany and the portions of Germany ceded to Poland, and West
German state governments purchased the rest--as far as we know.

Two large collections of Gatermann films have appeared on line: those
for Baden-Wuerttemberg and most of those for Hessen. (Frankfurt is still
to come.) The federal-government portion is supposed to go on line soon
as well--or at least, that was the plan 2 years ago. The other
substantial collections I know of are >from Bavaria, North-Rhine
Westphalia and Lower Saxony. As far as know, there are no Gatermann
films >from west of the Rhine, because universal civil registration was
introduced there over 200 years ago, i.e., specifically Jewish registers
would be few and far between.

When looking at an image of a German vital record, you may notice some
letters, numbers and symbols at the top. If they begin with "RSA" you're
looking at a Gatermann film.

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA research coordinator, GerSIG


ViewMate Translation Request--Polish #galicia

Deborah Dworski
 

I've posted to ViewMate a Polish birth record and a Polish marriage
record. I would appreciate a rough translation of each so I can
ascertain whether the subjects are direct ancestors or cousins. Here
are direct links:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38272
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38273

Please respond privately or via ViewMate. Thank you so much.

Deborah Dworski
Arlington, Virginia USA


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia ViewMate Translation Request--Polish #galicia

Deborah Dworski
 

I've posted to ViewMate a Polish birth record and a Polish marriage
record. I would appreciate a rough translation of each so I can
ascertain whether the subjects are direct ancestors or cousins. Here
are direct links:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38272
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38273

Please respond privately or via ViewMate. Thank you so much.

Deborah Dworski
Arlington, Virginia USA


Railway Travel in Eastern Europe to ports of emigration #galicia

Pamela Weisberger
 

Apropos of recent postings and queries about train routes through
Eastern and Central Europe to various emigration ports, I wanted to
remind researchers about three excellent, historical railway maps on
the Gesher Galicia Map Room. Click the links and zoom in to see the
various possible routes. These maps are a joy to review and you'll be
surprised by how many different ways there were for getting >from
small towns to various ports.

Although the focus of the map room is on the Austro-Hungarian
Empire, you can still get a sense of where these trains might have
come >from and/or continued even if they originated in Russia during
the 19th and 20th centuries and continued on to France, Germany,
Holland or England. The direct links are below, but the website has
more specialty maps beyond these that you might be interested in.
The home page is: http://maps.geshergalicia.org.

Artaria Railway & Postal Communications Map of Austria-Hungary 1887

http://maps.geshergalicia.org/galicia/austro-hungary-rail-1887/

A railway and postal route map of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy
published by Artaria of Vienna in 1887. The map shows region borders
(highlighting Galicia), towns, rail lines, and postal routes, with a
detailed legend of communication lines by color and symbols.
Additional features include suburban rail lines around Vienna and
Budapest at roughly 5x greater scale, plus a more detailed rail
network map of northern Bohemia.

Kornman Road, Rail & Waterway Transport Map of Galicia & Bukovina 1890

http://maps.geshergalicia.org/galicia/galicia-bukovina-rail-1890/

A transport route map showing highways, railways, and waterways of
Galicia and Bukovina created by Samuel Kornman of Lwow and printed
by Freytag & Berndt of Vienna in 1890. Very useful for its depiction of
connections between major and minor towns of Galicia (and
surrounding regions), the colorful map also shows district boundaries,
distances between major cities, and city populations. Types and
capacity of the transport routes are indicated by 11 different map
symbols. The 1890 map was published with an 1898 transport
statistics booklet, describing and quantifying the regional transport
network, and comparing it to those of adjacent regions.

Cram's Railway System Atlas of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy 1901

A railway map of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, >from George F.
Cram's "Standard American Railway System Atlas Of The World" (1901),
showing towns, rail lines, and major geographic landmarks, with a
listing of major cities at the top. Includes the note, "Foreign Maps Are
Compiled Largely >from Charts of The Royal Geographical Society."

A side note on analyzing travel >from personal experience: in my early
days of research, because my grandmother, lived in northeastern
Hungary, I posited that she would have traveled to Budapest and then
onward to a port. The discovery of her passport, which was stamped
"Kassa" (today Kosice on the border to Slovakia, not far >from her
town) lead me to a Hungarian railway map at a Budapest
Transportation Museum which showed a train line >from Debrecen,
Hungary, passing through Kassa, then to Krakow and continuing up
to Libau, one of the main ports of the Russian Empire, today Liepaja,
Latvia. >from there she caught a Danish steamer to Liverpool and
departed for the United States on the White Star Line. She had a
common surname, a mis-transcribed given name and searching for
her passenger record was difficult since the family listed their last
place of residence as "Libau" and I knew them to be >from Hungary.
The railway info was instrumental in identifying the correct record.
Her sister, traveling earlier on the same route, caught a steamer >from
Libau to Glasgow, then on the U.S.

Sometimes the ports and shipping lines were chosen based on which
ticket agent covered the shtetls where your ancestors lived. Some
communities in Galicia all seemed to leave >from Rotterdam on the
Holland America Line, but I'm guessing it wasn't a preference for the
Netherlands -- other German ports would have been closer -- but
simply someone selling the right ticket at the right time or different
ticket agents having territorial rights. Once one relative was a satisfied
customer, others followed.

You can read more about transmigration via British ports here:

http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/lines/transmigration.shtml

And an article by Nicholas Evans, who has spoken at many IAJGS
conferences on this topic here:

< http://www.norwayheritage.com/articles/templates/voyages.asp?articleid=28&zoneid=6 >

Historical railway maps are important to review because train lines
came and went. Depending on the era, choices for emigrants varied.
For example, during the late 19th - early 20th century there was a
rail spur terminus at my grandfather's town of Grzymalow, Galicia
providing easy transit to Tarnopol and Lviv (including a regally
decked-out private car for the Polish magnate) but it is no more.
Reviewing present-day maps will only provide part of the story.

If you have publication rights to maps which you think we should
include in the GG map room, please contact me privately.

Pamela Weisberger
Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@gmail.com
www.geshergalicia.org


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Railway Travel in Eastern Europe to ports of emigration #galicia

Pamela Weisberger
 

Apropos of recent postings and queries about train routes through
Eastern and Central Europe to various emigration ports, I wanted to
remind researchers about three excellent, historical railway maps on
the Gesher Galicia Map Room. Click the links and zoom in to see the
various possible routes. These maps are a joy to review and you'll be
surprised by how many different ways there were for getting >from
small towns to various ports.

Although the focus of the map room is on the Austro-Hungarian
Empire, you can still get a sense of where these trains might have
come >from and/or continued even if they originated in Russia during
the 19th and 20th centuries and continued on to France, Germany,
Holland or England. The direct links are below, but the website has
more specialty maps beyond these that you might be interested in.
The home page is: http://maps.geshergalicia.org.

Artaria Railway & Postal Communications Map of Austria-Hungary 1887

http://maps.geshergalicia.org/galicia/austro-hungary-rail-1887/

A railway and postal route map of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy
published by Artaria of Vienna in 1887. The map shows region borders
(highlighting Galicia), towns, rail lines, and postal routes, with a
detailed legend of communication lines by color and symbols.
Additional features include suburban rail lines around Vienna and
Budapest at roughly 5x greater scale, plus a more detailed rail
network map of northern Bohemia.

Kornman Road, Rail & Waterway Transport Map of Galicia & Bukovina 1890

http://maps.geshergalicia.org/galicia/galicia-bukovina-rail-1890/

A transport route map showing highways, railways, and waterways of
Galicia and Bukovina created by Samuel Kornman of Lwow and printed
by Freytag & Berndt of Vienna in 1890. Very useful for its depiction of
connections between major and minor towns of Galicia (and
surrounding regions), the colorful map also shows district boundaries,
distances between major cities, and city populations. Types and
capacity of the transport routes are indicated by 11 different map
symbols. The 1890 map was published with an 1898 transport
statistics booklet, describing and quantifying the regional transport
network, and comparing it to those of adjacent regions.

Cram's Railway System Atlas of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy 1901

A railway map of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, >from George F.
Cram's "Standard American Railway System Atlas Of The World" (1901),
showing towns, rail lines, and major geographic landmarks, with a
listing of major cities at the top. Includes the note, "Foreign Maps Are
Compiled Largely >from Charts of The Royal Geographical Society."

A side note on analyzing travel >from personal experience: in my early
days of research, because my grandmother, lived in northeastern
Hungary, I posited that she would have traveled to Budapest and then
onward to a port. The discovery of her passport, which was stamped
"Kassa" (today Kosice on the border to Slovakia, not far >from her
town) lead me to a Hungarian railway map at a Budapest
Transportation Museum which showed a train line >from Debrecen,
Hungary, passing through Kassa, then to Krakow and continuing up
to Libau, one of the main ports of the Russian Empire, today Liepaja,
Latvia. >from there she caught a Danish steamer to Liverpool and
departed for the United States on the White Star Line. She had a
common surname, a mis-transcribed given name and searching for
her passenger record was difficult since the family listed their last
place of residence as "Libau" and I knew them to be >from Hungary.
The railway info was instrumental in identifying the correct record.
Her sister, traveling earlier on the same route, caught a steamer >from
Libau to Glasgow, then on the U.S.

Sometimes the ports and shipping lines were chosen based on which
ticket agent covered the shtetls where your ancestors lived. Some
communities in Galicia all seemed to leave >from Rotterdam on the
Holland America Line, but I'm guessing it wasn't a preference for the
Netherlands -- other German ports would have been closer -- but
simply someone selling the right ticket at the right time or different
ticket agents having territorial rights. Once one relative was a satisfied
customer, others followed.

You can read more about transmigration via British ports here:

http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/lines/transmigration.shtml

And an article by Nicholas Evans, who has spoken at many IAJGS
conferences on this topic here:

< http://www.norwayheritage.com/articles/templates/voyages.asp?articleid=28&zoneid=6 >

Historical railway maps are important to review because train lines
came and went. Depending on the era, choices for emigrants varied.
For example, during the late 19th - early 20th century there was a
rail spur terminus at my grandfather's town of Grzymalow, Galicia
providing easy transit to Tarnopol and Lviv (including a regally
decked-out private car for the Polish magnate) but it is no more.
Reviewing present-day maps will only provide part of the story.

If you have publication rights to maps which you think we should
include in the GG map room, please contact me privately.

Pamela Weisberger
Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@gmail.com
www.geshergalicia.org


Viewmate Translation Request - Polish/German #poland

Susan Rosin
 

I've posted two vital records in Polish (or German?) for which I need a
translation. They are on ViewMate at the following addresses:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38257
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38258

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you very much.

Susan Rosin
Brea, CA

Researching: Oher, Bardach, Allerhand, Morgenstern (Boryslaw, Schodnica,
Stryj, Knihynicze)


JRI Poland #Poland Viewmate Translation Request - Polish/German #poland

Susan Rosin
 

I've posted two vital records in Polish (or German?) for which I need a
translation. They are on ViewMate at the following addresses:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38257
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38258

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you very much.

Susan Rosin
Brea, CA

Researching: Oher, Bardach, Allerhand, Morgenstern (Boryslaw, Schodnica,
Stryj, Knihynicze)


Bialy Kamien: Additional Years of Record Indices Now Available #poland

Mark Halpern
 

We have exciting news for researchers with an interest in Bialy Kamien.
Currently, the JRI-Poland database only includes indices of 1879-1903 births
and 1862-1897 deaths. However, JRI-Poland has advanced funds to index the
following records at the AGAD Archive.

Deaths: 1897-1913

Our goal is to fully index all records as part of the next phase of the
Bialy Kamien project. The AGAD Archive project hires professionals to index
the records. This approach gives us the highest quality data. This is the
cost that must be recovered >from interested researchers before these indices
can be added to the JRI-Poland online database.

We are counting on all researchers with an interest in their family's Bialy
Kamien area roots to support this project. While a donation of any size
would be welcomed and appreciated, JRI-Poland has set a Qualifying
Contribution of $100. This will enable contributors to receive information
for your family in these Bialy Kamien records prior to the data being posted
online. While we hope all researchers with an interest in Bialy Kamien will
donate the qualifying amount, those who have made a previous qualifying
donation to the Bialy Kamien project are eligible for a discount of 50%.

Information on how to contribute is available at
www.jri-poland.org/support.htm. Please make sure to apply your contribution
to "AGAD-Bialy Kamien."

Please contact me with any questions or for more information on the AGAD
Archive project.

Mark Halpern

AGAD Archive Coordinator

JRI-Poland

mark@halpern.com


ViewMate translation request - Russian #poland

Robert Hanna
 

I've posted a vital record in Russian for which I need a full
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38269

I've posted the marginal note separately to make it easier to read.
It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38270

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Robert Hanna
New York, NY


JRI Poland #Poland Bialy Kamien: Additional Years of Record Indices Now Available #poland

Mark Halpern
 

We have exciting news for researchers with an interest in Bialy Kamien.
Currently, the JRI-Poland database only includes indices of 1879-1903 births
and 1862-1897 deaths. However, JRI-Poland has advanced funds to index the
following records at the AGAD Archive.

Deaths: 1897-1913

Our goal is to fully index all records as part of the next phase of the
Bialy Kamien project. The AGAD Archive project hires professionals to index
the records. This approach gives us the highest quality data. This is the
cost that must be recovered >from interested researchers before these indices
can be added to the JRI-Poland online database.

We are counting on all researchers with an interest in their family's Bialy
Kamien area roots to support this project. While a donation of any size
would be welcomed and appreciated, JRI-Poland has set a Qualifying
Contribution of $100. This will enable contributors to receive information
for your family in these Bialy Kamien records prior to the data being posted
online. While we hope all researchers with an interest in Bialy Kamien will
donate the qualifying amount, those who have made a previous qualifying
donation to the Bialy Kamien project are eligible for a discount of 50%.

Information on how to contribute is available at
www.jri-poland.org/support.htm. Please make sure to apply your contribution
to "AGAD-Bialy Kamien."

Please contact me with any questions or for more information on the AGAD
Archive project.

Mark Halpern

AGAD Archive Coordinator

JRI-Poland

mark@halpern.com


JRI Poland #Poland ViewMate translation request - Russian #poland

Robert Hanna
 

I've posted a vital record in Russian for which I need a full
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38269

I've posted the marginal note separately to make it easier to read.
It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38270

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Robert Hanna
New York, NY


Searching these Children #romania

Ilan Leibowitz
 

Shalom,
Trying to uncover what happened to the following children of Wolf Labowitch
who was my Great-Grandfather.
Wolf eventually went to England & the names of his other children are
mentioned in the 1901 British Census.
Wondering if they could have died / or if they were the first children born
maybe married and the rest of the family went to England?.


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 ? not a valid word




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:

Ilan Leibowitz


Romania SIG #Romania Searching these Children #romania

Ilan Leibowitz
 

Shalom,
Trying to uncover what happened to the following children of Wolf Labowitch
who was my Great-Grandfather.
Wolf eventually went to England & the names of his other children are
mentioned in the 1901 British Census.
Wondering if they could have died / or if they were the first children born
maybe married and the rest of the family went to England?.


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 ? not a valid word




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:

Ilan Leibowitz


ViewMate Translation Request--German #austria-czech

Deborah Dworski
 

I have posted to ViewMate three Vienna Population Record cards for
which I am seeking translation. I am able to read the primary name on
each document, and I know these people are crucial to my research, but
I'm having difficulty understanding the details such as place of
origin, where they were living, where they were going, occupation,
etc.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38274
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38275
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38276

Please respond privately or via ViewMate. Thank you.

Deborah Dworski
Arlington, Virginia U.S.A.


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech ViewMate Translation Request--German #austria-czech

Deborah Dworski
 

I have posted to ViewMate three Vienna Population Record cards for
which I am seeking translation. I am able to read the primary name on
each document, and I know these people are crucial to my research, but
I'm having difficulty understanding the details such as place of
origin, where they were living, where they were going, occupation,
etc.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38274
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38275
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38276

Please respond privately or via ViewMate. Thank you.

Deborah Dworski
Arlington, Virginia U.S.A.


ViewMate translation request - Russian #general

Robert Hanna
 

I've posted a vital record in Russian for which I need a full
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38269

I've posted the marginal note separately to make it easier to read.
It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38270

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.
Robert Hanna
New York, NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - Russian #general

Robert Hanna
 

I've posted a vital record in Russian for which I need a full
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38269

I've posted the marginal note separately to make it easier to read.
It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38270

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.
Robert Hanna
New York, NY

99521 - 99540 of 662822