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August,1937-October, 1938: Lists of Jews Killed in Butovo/Moscow Region (Victims of Repression) #general

Marilyn Robinson
 

The lists on this site represent "...73 nationalities, all religions,
all classes...." The total number of Jews & non-Jews executed is 20,760.

There are lists in Russian & Bulgarian. You can search by nationality
(Jew, Jewess, Polish Jew, Russian [Jewish], or do a personal search by
entering the information in the appropriate boxes (I don't know if you
can enter the information in English). The information includes Names,
DOB, Birth Place, DOD, "Extras, more information" (these are numbers,
but I don't know what they represent)

"Jew" has a list of 705 names (in Russian)-
http://tinyurl.com/8o6qhlf

or

http://www.martyr.ru/test/index.php?fam=&nam=&birthplace=&awork=&nat=16&birth_year=&mort_year=&mort_month=&mort_day=

Some of the birth places include: Latvia, Manchuria, Kovno, Odessa,
Kherson, Moscow, Poltava, Vitebsk, Poland, Ukraine, Grodno, Ufa,
Krasnoyarsk, Germany, Bucharest, Warsaw, Kiev, Romania, Rostov-on-Don,
Poltava, Harbin, Gomel, Minsk, Bessarabia, Bialystok, Bulgaria,
Chisinau, Sevastopol, Lodz, Austria, Chita, Siberia, Mogilev, Moldavia,
etc.

"Jewess" has a list of 55 names (in Bulgarian)--
http://tinyurl.com/8jegaqo

or

http://www.martyr.ru/test/index.php?fam=&nam=&birthplace=&awork=&nat=29&birth_year=&mort_year=&mort_month=&mort_day=

Birth Places include: Ukraine, China, Poland, Belarus, etc.

"Polish Jew" two lists with total of 8 names (in Russian)

http://tinyurl.com/9cf3563

http://www.martyr.ru/test/index.php?fam=&nam=&birthplace=&awork=&nat=173&birth_year=&mort_year=&mort_month=&mort_day=

http://tinyurl.com/9ge8zc8

http://www.martyr.ru/test/index.php?fam=&nam=&birthplace=&awork=&nat=172&birth_year=&mort_year=&mort_month=&mort_day=


"Russian [Jewish]--list of five names (in Russian)
http://tinyurl.com/8r9qocb or

http://www.martyr.ru/test/index.php?fam=&nam=&=&awork=&nat=172&birth_year=&mort_year=&mort_month=&mort_day=


Background information for the executions can be found at:
http://tinyurl.com/98g5mdc or

http://www.martyr.ru/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=179&Itemid=27

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen August,1937-October, 1938: Lists of Jews Killed in Butovo/Moscow Region (Victims of Repression) #general

Marilyn Robinson
 

The lists on this site represent "...73 nationalities, all religions,
all classes...." The total number of Jews & non-Jews executed is 20,760.

There are lists in Russian & Bulgarian. You can search by nationality
(Jew, Jewess, Polish Jew, Russian [Jewish], or do a personal search by
entering the information in the appropriate boxes (I don't know if you
can enter the information in English). The information includes Names,
DOB, Birth Place, DOD, "Extras, more information" (these are numbers,
but I don't know what they represent)

"Jew" has a list of 705 names (in Russian)-
http://tinyurl.com/8o6qhlf

or

http://www.martyr.ru/test/index.php?fam=&nam=&birthplace=&awork=&nat=16&birth_year=&mort_year=&mort_month=&mort_day=

Some of the birth places include: Latvia, Manchuria, Kovno, Odessa,
Kherson, Moscow, Poltava, Vitebsk, Poland, Ukraine, Grodno, Ufa,
Krasnoyarsk, Germany, Bucharest, Warsaw, Kiev, Romania, Rostov-on-Don,
Poltava, Harbin, Gomel, Minsk, Bessarabia, Bialystok, Bulgaria,
Chisinau, Sevastopol, Lodz, Austria, Chita, Siberia, Mogilev, Moldavia,
etc.

"Jewess" has a list of 55 names (in Bulgarian)--
http://tinyurl.com/8jegaqo

or

http://www.martyr.ru/test/index.php?fam=&nam=&birthplace=&awork=&nat=29&birth_year=&mort_year=&mort_month=&mort_day=

Birth Places include: Ukraine, China, Poland, Belarus, etc.

"Polish Jew" two lists with total of 8 names (in Russian)

http://tinyurl.com/9cf3563

http://www.martyr.ru/test/index.php?fam=&nam=&birthplace=&awork=&nat=173&birth_year=&mort_year=&mort_month=&mort_day=

http://tinyurl.com/9ge8zc8

http://www.martyr.ru/test/index.php?fam=&nam=&birthplace=&awork=&nat=172&birth_year=&mort_year=&mort_month=&mort_day=


"Russian [Jewish]--list of five names (in Russian)
http://tinyurl.com/8r9qocb or

http://www.martyr.ru/test/index.php?fam=&nam=&=&awork=&nat=172&birth_year=&mort_year=&mort_month=&mort_day=


Background information for the executions can be found at:
http://tinyurl.com/98g5mdc or

http://www.martyr.ru/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=179&Itemid=27

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Re: Info about geni-com [un-authorized data distribution] #germany

Wendy Hoechstetter
 

On 10/5/12 4:39 AM, Martha Lev-Zion wrote:
I was appalled to find a part of my family tree (which a cousin had
entered into Geni) combined with the tree of another cousin whose
information was totally spurious.
Martha, as I've mentioned to several people who have brought up errors
on Geni, one advantage to that site in particular is that if you find
errors, you can actually go in and correct them yourself!

---- 7 deleted paragraphs available >from <wendyannh@comcast.net> --------

I know our moderator doesn't want a lot of discussion about this here,
so I will close now. I'd just ask you all to at least think about these
things, and to try to understand what advantages a site like this might
actually offer - to us all. And what is the truly best way of dealing
with errors, since this type of technology is here to stay whether
anyone likes it or not. [Reply off list to:

Wendy Hoechstetter, Mill Valley, CA, USA wendyannh@comcast.net


German SIG #Germany Re: Info about geni-com [un-authorized data distribution] #germany

Wendy Hoechstetter
 

On 10/5/12 4:39 AM, Martha Lev-Zion wrote:
I was appalled to find a part of my family tree (which a cousin had
entered into Geni) combined with the tree of another cousin whose
information was totally spurious.
Martha, as I've mentioned to several people who have brought up errors
on Geni, one advantage to that site in particular is that if you find
errors, you can actually go in and correct them yourself!

---- 7 deleted paragraphs available >from <wendyannh@comcast.net> --------

I know our moderator doesn't want a lot of discussion about this here,
so I will close now. I'd just ask you all to at least think about these
things, and to try to understand what advantages a site like this might
actually offer - to us all. And what is the truly best way of dealing
with errors, since this type of technology is here to stay whether
anyone likes it or not. [Reply off list to:

Wendy Hoechstetter, Mill Valley, CA, USA wendyannh@comcast.net


ViewMate translation requests - Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian #warsaw #poland

Diane Sophrin
 

Hello,

I have just posted three photos, two of which also have printed backs,
on ViewMate, and would be very grateful for loose or direct translations:

A family tombstone (Hebrew):
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/responselist.asp?key=24540
In addition to a translation, if anyone can glean anything >from the
style, size, etc. of the tombstone, I’d be most interested.
I already just received one translation, but at this point, I don’t
know the location, nor who exactly the person was.
Any thoughts would be welcome.

Two cabinet photos:

Unknown relative(s) (Hebrew and Russian):
On the back of this one, the small handwritten Hebrew words along the
upper left margin will hopefully identify at least one of these
gentlemen. The name and location of the phtographer’s studio could be
very informative too!
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24538 (photo)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24539 (verso)

Sarah SCHLIMOWITZ SCHOPHRIN, Harry (later SOPHRIN) and his baby sister
Elsie (Russian):
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24541 (photo)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/responselist.asp?key=24542 (verso)
Again, a translation of the printed matter on back,
relating to the photographer and the photography studio might expand my
knowledge of where my great grandmother and her children were, also
possibly when.

Thank you all in advance,
Sincerely,
Diane Sophrin
Montpelier, Vermont. USA

Researching: FUCHS, GRUNBAUM, MEHR, PULVERMACHER, SCHLIMOWITZ,
SCHOPHRIN, SOPHRIN, SZCZECINSKI,

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately or on the ViewMate response form.


Advanced JewishGen class November 1 -30 #warsaw #poland

Nancy Holden
 

Nancy Holden will teach Advanced JewishGen Genealogy November 1-30.
This class is open for enrollment by application. If you want to
begin to work on records in your ancestor's former country of
residence, this class is a web based private forum made collaborative
through post and reply. It is open 24/7 for you to read, download the
lessons, ask questions and interact with an instructor. It requires
about 8-10 hours per week Enrollment limited.

Downloadable lessons include:

a.. An overview of JewishGen. its search capacities and component databases
b.. Jewish customs, geography and history as they affect family research
c.. The methodology of foreign research
d.. Jewish European research sources and record details
e.. Information about Hiring a Researcher in other countries to search for
records

Registration is by application

Please choose one family and one town for your research project

a.. Write a one paragraph introduction to your family surnames (limit is
one surname or two if it is a married couple >from the same town)
b.. Write 1 goal and 3 objectives (what you want to know at the end of
four weeks)
c.. Include a list of resources you wish the instructor to supply

Tuition is $150, payable after the application process through our online
secure web site.

To apply, please email nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager, JewishGen Inc


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland ViewMate translation requests - Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian #warsaw #poland

Diane Sophrin
 

Hello,

I have just posted three photos, two of which also have printed backs,
on ViewMate, and would be very grateful for loose or direct translations:

A family tombstone (Hebrew):
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/responselist.asp?key=24540
In addition to a translation, if anyone can glean anything >from the
style, size, etc. of the tombstone, I’d be most interested.
I already just received one translation, but at this point, I don’t
know the location, nor who exactly the person was.
Any thoughts would be welcome.

Two cabinet photos:

Unknown relative(s) (Hebrew and Russian):
On the back of this one, the small handwritten Hebrew words along the
upper left margin will hopefully identify at least one of these
gentlemen. The name and location of the phtographer’s studio could be
very informative too!
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24538 (photo)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24539 (verso)

Sarah SCHLIMOWITZ SCHOPHRIN, Harry (later SOPHRIN) and his baby sister
Elsie (Russian):
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24541 (photo)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/responselist.asp?key=24542 (verso)
Again, a translation of the printed matter on back,
relating to the photographer and the photography studio might expand my
knowledge of where my great grandmother and her children were, also
possibly when.

Thank you all in advance,
Sincerely,
Diane Sophrin
Montpelier, Vermont. USA

Researching: FUCHS, GRUNBAUM, MEHR, PULVERMACHER, SCHLIMOWITZ,
SCHOPHRIN, SOPHRIN, SZCZECINSKI,

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately or on the ViewMate response form.


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Advanced JewishGen class November 1 -30 #warsaw #poland

Nancy Holden
 

Nancy Holden will teach Advanced JewishGen Genealogy November 1-30.
This class is open for enrollment by application. If you want to
begin to work on records in your ancestor's former country of
residence, this class is a web based private forum made collaborative
through post and reply. It is open 24/7 for you to read, download the
lessons, ask questions and interact with an instructor. It requires
about 8-10 hours per week Enrollment limited.

Downloadable lessons include:

a.. An overview of JewishGen. its search capacities and component databases
b.. Jewish customs, geography and history as they affect family research
c.. The methodology of foreign research
d.. Jewish European research sources and record details
e.. Information about Hiring a Researcher in other countries to search for
records

Registration is by application

Please choose one family and one town for your research project

a.. Write a one paragraph introduction to your family surnames (limit is
one surname or two if it is a married couple >from the same town)
b.. Write 1 goal and 3 objectives (what you want to know at the end of
four weeks)
c.. Include a list of resources you wish the instructor to supply

Tuition is $150, payable after the application process through our online
secure web site.

To apply, please email nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager, JewishGen Inc


ViewMate translation requests - Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian #ukraine

Diane Sophrin
 

Hello,

I have just posted three photos, two of which also have printed backs,
on ViewMate, and would be very grateful for loose or direct translations:

A family tombstone (Hebrew):
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/responselist.asp?key=24540
In addition to a translation, if anyone can glean anything >from the
style, size, etc. of the tombstone, I’d be most interested.
I already just received one translation, but at this point, I don’t
know the location, nor who exactly the person was.
Any thoughts would be welcome.

Two cabinet photos:

Unknown relative(s) (Hebrew and Russian):
On the back of this one, the small handwritten Hebrew words along the
upper left margin will hopefully identify at least one of these
gentlemen. The name and location of the phtographer’s studio could be
very informative too!
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24538 (photo)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24539 (verso)

Sarah SCHLIMOWITZ SCHOPHRIN, Harry (later SOPHRIN) and his baby sister
Elsie (Russian):
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24541 (photo)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/responselist.asp?key=24542 (verso)
Again, a translation of the printed matter on back,
relating to the photographer and the photography studio might expand my
knowledge of where my great grandmother and her children were, also
possibly when.

Thank you all in advance,
Sincerely,
Diane Sophrin
Montpelier, Vermont. USA

Researching: FUCHS, GRUNBAUM, MEHR, PULVERMACHER, SCHLIMOWITZ,
SCHOPHRIN, SOPHRIN, SZCZECINSKI,

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately or on the ViewMate response form.


Advanced JewishGen class November 1 -30 #ukraine

Nancy Holden
 

Nancy Holden will teach Advanced JewishGen Genealogy November 1-30.
This class is open for enrollment by application. If you want to
begin to work on records in your ancestor's former country of
residence, this class is a web based private forum made collaborative
through post and reply. It is open 24/7 for you to read, download the
lessons, ask questions and interact with an instructor. It requires
about 8-10 hours per week Enrollment limited.

Downloadable lessons include:

a.. An overview of JewishGen. its search capacities and component databases
b.. Jewish customs, geography and history as they affect family research
c.. The methodology of foreign research
d.. Jewish European research sources and record details
e.. Information about Hiring a Researcher in other countries to search for
records

Registration is by application

Please choose one family and one town for your research project

a.. Write a one paragraph introduction to your family surnames (limit is
one surname or two if it is a married couple >from the same town)
b.. Write 1 goal and 3 objectives (what you want to know at the end of
four weeks)
c.. Include a list of resources you wish the instructor to supply

Tuition is $150, payable after the application process through our online
secure web site.

To apply, please email nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager, JewishGen Inc


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine ViewMate translation requests - Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian #ukraine

Diane Sophrin
 

Hello,

I have just posted three photos, two of which also have printed backs,
on ViewMate, and would be very grateful for loose or direct translations:

A family tombstone (Hebrew):
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/responselist.asp?key=24540
In addition to a translation, if anyone can glean anything >from the
style, size, etc. of the tombstone, I’d be most interested.
I already just received one translation, but at this point, I don’t
know the location, nor who exactly the person was.
Any thoughts would be welcome.

Two cabinet photos:

Unknown relative(s) (Hebrew and Russian):
On the back of this one, the small handwritten Hebrew words along the
upper left margin will hopefully identify at least one of these
gentlemen. The name and location of the phtographer’s studio could be
very informative too!
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24538 (photo)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24539 (verso)

Sarah SCHLIMOWITZ SCHOPHRIN, Harry (later SOPHRIN) and his baby sister
Elsie (Russian):
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24541 (photo)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/responselist.asp?key=24542 (verso)
Again, a translation of the printed matter on back,
relating to the photographer and the photography studio might expand my
knowledge of where my great grandmother and her children were, also
possibly when.

Thank you all in advance,
Sincerely,
Diane Sophrin
Montpelier, Vermont. USA

Researching: FUCHS, GRUNBAUM, MEHR, PULVERMACHER, SCHLIMOWITZ,
SCHOPHRIN, SOPHRIN, SZCZECINSKI,

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately or on the ViewMate response form.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Advanced JewishGen class November 1 -30 #ukraine

Nancy Holden
 

Nancy Holden will teach Advanced JewishGen Genealogy November 1-30.
This class is open for enrollment by application. If you want to
begin to work on records in your ancestor's former country of
residence, this class is a web based private forum made collaborative
through post and reply. It is open 24/7 for you to read, download the
lessons, ask questions and interact with an instructor. It requires
about 8-10 hours per week Enrollment limited.

Downloadable lessons include:

a.. An overview of JewishGen. its search capacities and component databases
b.. Jewish customs, geography and history as they affect family research
c.. The methodology of foreign research
d.. Jewish European research sources and record details
e.. Information about Hiring a Researcher in other countries to search for
records

Registration is by application

Please choose one family and one town for your research project

a.. Write a one paragraph introduction to your family surnames (limit is
one surname or two if it is a married couple >from the same town)
b.. Write 1 goal and 3 objectives (what you want to know at the end of
four weeks)
c.. Include a list of resources you wish the instructor to supply

Tuition is $150, payable after the application process through our online
secure web site.

To apply, please email nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager, JewishGen Inc


ViewMate translation requests - Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian #latvia

Diane Sophrin
 

Hello,

I have just posted three photos, two of which also have printed backs,
on ViewMate, and would be very grateful for loose or direct translations:

A family tombstone (Hebrew):
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/responselist.asp?key=24540
In addition to a translation, if anyone can glean anything >from the
style, size, etc. of the tombstone, I’d be most interested.
I already just received one translation, but at this point, I don’t
know the location, nor who exactly the person was.
Any thoughts would be welcome.

Two cabinet photos:

Unknown relative(s) (Hebrew and Russian):
On the back of this one, the small handwritten Hebrew words along the
upper left margin will hopefully identify at least one of these
gentlemen. The name and location of the phtographer’s studio could be
very informative too!
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24538 (photo)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24539 (verso)

Sarah SCHLIMOWITZ SCHOPHRIN, Harry (later SOPHRIN) and his baby sister
Elsie (Russian):
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24541 (photo)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/responselist.asp?key=24542 (verso)
Again, a translation of the printed matter on back,
relating to the photographer and the photography studio might expand my
knowledge of where my great grandmother and her children were, also
possibly when.

Thank you all in advance,
Sincerely,
Diane Sophrin
Montpelier, Vermont. USA

Researching: FUCHS, GRUNBAUM, MEHR, PULVERMACHER, SCHLIMOWITZ,
SCHOPHRIN, SOPHRIN, SZCZECINSKI,

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately or on the ViewMate response form.


Advanced JewishGen class November 1 -30 #latvia

Nancy Holden
 

Nancy Holden will teach Advanced JewishGen Genealogy November 1-30.
This class is open for enrollment by application. If you want to
begin to work on records in your ancestor's former country of
residence, this class is a web based private forum made collaborative
through post and reply. It is open 24/7 for you to read, download the
lessons, ask questions and interact with an instructor. It requires
about 8-10 hours per week Enrollment limited.

Downloadable lessons include:

a.. An overview of JewishGen. its search capacities and component databases
b.. Jewish customs, geography and history as they affect family research
c.. The methodology of foreign research
d.. Jewish European research sources and record details
e.. Information about Hiring a Researcher in other countries to search for
records

Registration is by application

Please choose one family and one town for your research project

a.. Write a one paragraph introduction to your family surnames (limit is
one surname or two if it is a married couple >from the same town)
b.. Write 1 goal and 3 objectives (what you want to know at the end of
four weeks)
c.. Include a list of resources you wish the instructor to supply

Tuition is $150, payable after the application process through our online
secure web site.

To apply, please email nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager, JewishGen Inc


Latvia SIG #Latvia ViewMate translation requests - Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian #latvia

Diane Sophrin
 

Hello,

I have just posted three photos, two of which also have printed backs,
on ViewMate, and would be very grateful for loose or direct translations:

A family tombstone (Hebrew):
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/responselist.asp?key=24540
In addition to a translation, if anyone can glean anything >from the
style, size, etc. of the tombstone, I’d be most interested.
I already just received one translation, but at this point, I don’t
know the location, nor who exactly the person was.
Any thoughts would be welcome.

Two cabinet photos:

Unknown relative(s) (Hebrew and Russian):
On the back of this one, the small handwritten Hebrew words along the
upper left margin will hopefully identify at least one of these
gentlemen. The name and location of the phtographer’s studio could be
very informative too!
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24538 (photo)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24539 (verso)

Sarah SCHLIMOWITZ SCHOPHRIN, Harry (later SOPHRIN) and his baby sister
Elsie (Russian):
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24541 (photo)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/responselist.asp?key=24542 (verso)
Again, a translation of the printed matter on back,
relating to the photographer and the photography studio might expand my
knowledge of where my great grandmother and her children were, also
possibly when.

Thank you all in advance,
Sincerely,
Diane Sophrin
Montpelier, Vermont. USA

Researching: FUCHS, GRUNBAUM, MEHR, PULVERMACHER, SCHLIMOWITZ,
SCHOPHRIN, SOPHRIN, SZCZECINSKI,

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately or on the ViewMate response form.


Latvia SIG #Latvia Advanced JewishGen class November 1 -30 #latvia

Nancy Holden
 

Nancy Holden will teach Advanced JewishGen Genealogy November 1-30.
This class is open for enrollment by application. If you want to
begin to work on records in your ancestor's former country of
residence, this class is a web based private forum made collaborative
through post and reply. It is open 24/7 for you to read, download the
lessons, ask questions and interact with an instructor. It requires
about 8-10 hours per week Enrollment limited.

Downloadable lessons include:

a.. An overview of JewishGen. its search capacities and component databases
b.. Jewish customs, geography and history as they affect family research
c.. The methodology of foreign research
d.. Jewish European research sources and record details
e.. Information about Hiring a Researcher in other countries to search for
records

Registration is by application

Please choose one family and one town for your research project

a.. Write a one paragraph introduction to your family surnames (limit is
one surname or two if it is a married couple >from the same town)
b.. Write 1 goal and 3 objectives (what you want to know at the end of
four weeks)
c.. Include a list of resources you wish the instructor to supply

Tuition is $150, payable after the application process through our online
secure web site.

To apply, please email nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager, JewishGen Inc


Response to Viewmate # 24448 #austria-czech

joseph.bergstein@...
 

I received a request >from Dan Brockman asking that I post the responses to
the town names >from my Viewmate # 24448. In the areas highlighted in yellow
in the last column which asks for place of birth, the top one is "Vladecín
in the Milévsko district".

The block beneath it is not a birthplace but says "Snatek 1909 v Praze"
which translates to "Married in 1909 in Prague".

Thanks again to all those that responded.

Joe Bergstein
Allentown, PA USA


Badatelna.cz problems #austria-czech

jberlowitz331@...
 

In response to Randy Schoenberg's question, I've found that the site
simply goes down intermittently and one just has to wait until it
returns. This is how I get into it:
1. go to the site, http://www.badatelna.cz/fond/1073
2. go to the 'Nejhledanejsi" column on the right and click on the
"olevrit fond" button in the green "Matriky zidofskych..." panel
3. click on the "inventar" tab (with the open book icon) on the next
page that opens.
4. enter the name of the town in the "filtr" space, then click
"Vhyledat" (search). I've been copying and pasting in town names with
diacritical marks; haven't tried w/o the marks. The site "remembers"
your entries.
5. If there are records for the town, they will appear. Everything
else seems straightforward (except the frequent disappearance of the
site itself).
If I want to save a document, I click on "Tisk" (the print icon) and
save as a pdf.
Hope this helps.
Judith Berlowitz, Oakland CA
Currently researching: GRUENHUT of Meclov, POLACEK of Benesov,
WINTERNITZ of Horovice


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Response to Viewmate # 24448 #austria-czech

joseph.bergstein@...
 

I received a request >from Dan Brockman asking that I post the responses to
the town names >from my Viewmate # 24448. In the areas highlighted in yellow
in the last column which asks for place of birth, the top one is "Vladecín
in the Milévsko district".

The block beneath it is not a birthplace but says "Snatek 1909 v Praze"
which translates to "Married in 1909 in Prague".

Thanks again to all those that responded.

Joe Bergstein
Allentown, PA USA


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Badatelna.cz problems #austria-czech

jberlowitz331@...
 

In response to Randy Schoenberg's question, I've found that the site
simply goes down intermittently and one just has to wait until it
returns. This is how I get into it:
1. go to the site, http://www.badatelna.cz/fond/1073
2. go to the 'Nejhledanejsi" column on the right and click on the
"olevrit fond" button in the green "Matriky zidofskych..." panel
3. click on the "inventar" tab (with the open book icon) on the next
page that opens.
4. enter the name of the town in the "filtr" space, then click
"Vhyledat" (search). I've been copying and pasting in town names with
diacritical marks; haven't tried w/o the marks. The site "remembers"
your entries.
5. If there are records for the town, they will appear. Everything
else seems straightforward (except the frequent disappearance of the
site itself).
If I want to save a document, I click on "Tisk" (the print icon) and
save as a pdf.
Hope this helps.
Judith Berlowitz, Oakland CA
Currently researching: GRUENHUT of Meclov, POLACEK of Benesov,
WINTERNITZ of Horovice

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