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(France) Privacy Restrictions in France #france

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The French Genealogy Blog recently reported on limitations to access of
French vital records. These embargos have been in effect since 2008.

Birth registration / acte de naissance - 75 years
Marriage registration / acte de mariage - 75 years
Death registration / acte de deces - no restriction
Ten-year indices to the above three / tables decennales -
no restriction
Census returns / recensements - 75 years
Notarial records / actes notaries - 75 years
Judicial records / archives judiciaires - 75 years
Personnel records / dossier de personnel - 50 years
Medical records / secret medical - 25 years after the death of the
individual or 120 years after his or her birth

However, they make the point that "public access to the record does not
mean that the information may be published." The blog cited a recent
court case where a historian had researched over 6,000 families. In his
research he gathered thousands of vital records and published them in a book.
Some of the people who were subjects of the records are still alive.
On one of the birth records, a marginal note commented that the child had been
adopted.
That person is still alive and he and his son sued the author for revealing
the about the adoption, without permission, stating it was a privacy
violation. They also criticized the author for defending his contention
that an adoptive filiations is worthless in the face of filiation by blood.
The book is about French nobility.

The plaintiffs argued that the law of July 2008 which reduced the vital
records embargo period >from 100 years to75 years (see above) does not
allow the use of civil registration data without the prior consent of the
persons concerned. The court ruled in the plaintiff's favor. The Paris
Court of Appeal ruled in April 2016 that the fact that the information has
already been published, even with the agreement of the concerned person,
"does not affect the existence of this invasion of privacy." The author
and writer then appealed to the Court of Cassation, the highest appellate
court which interprets law only, and does not reexamine the facts of the case.
That court also found for the plaintiff, stating "the establishment of
parentage falls within private life and enjoys protections under the Civil
Code." To read the article about the court case see:
https://tinyurl.com/ycrbhcy7
Original url:
http://sosconso.blog.lemonde.fr/2017/10/26/on-peut-consulter-les-archives
-d'etat-civil-mais-pas-forcement-en-divulguer-le-contenu/

The article on the court case is in French and is best opened in the
Chrome browser for translation or go to a translation site such as
Google Translate https://translate.google.com

To read the French Blog see:
http://french-genealogy.typepad.com/genealogie/2018/01/privacy-restrictions-
on-french-documents.html
TinyURL: http://tinyurl.com/y7xnv9hw

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


French SIG #France (France) Privacy Restrictions in France #france

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The French Genealogy Blog recently reported on limitations to access of
French vital records. These embargos have been in effect since 2008.

Birth registration / acte de naissance - 75 years
Marriage registration / acte de mariage - 75 years
Death registration / acte de deces - no restriction
Ten-year indices to the above three / tables decennales -
no restriction
Census returns / recensements - 75 years
Notarial records / actes notaries - 75 years
Judicial records / archives judiciaires - 75 years
Personnel records / dossier de personnel - 50 years
Medical records / secret medical - 25 years after the death of the
individual or 120 years after his or her birth

However, they make the point that "public access to the record does not
mean that the information may be published." The blog cited a recent
court case where a historian had researched over 6,000 families. In his
research he gathered thousands of vital records and published them in a book.
Some of the people who were subjects of the records are still alive.
On one of the birth records, a marginal note commented that the child had been
adopted.
That person is still alive and he and his son sued the author for revealing
the about the adoption, without permission, stating it was a privacy
violation. They also criticized the author for defending his contention
that an adoptive filiations is worthless in the face of filiation by blood.
The book is about French nobility.

The plaintiffs argued that the law of July 2008 which reduced the vital
records embargo period >from 100 years to75 years (see above) does not
allow the use of civil registration data without the prior consent of the
persons concerned. The court ruled in the plaintiff's favor. The Paris
Court of Appeal ruled in April 2016 that the fact that the information has
already been published, even with the agreement of the concerned person,
"does not affect the existence of this invasion of privacy." The author
and writer then appealed to the Court of Cassation, the highest appellate
court which interprets law only, and does not reexamine the facts of the case.
That court also found for the plaintiff, stating "the establishment of
parentage falls within private life and enjoys protections under the Civil
Code." To read the article about the court case see:
https://tinyurl.com/ycrbhcy7
Original url:
http://sosconso.blog.lemonde.fr/2017/10/26/on-peut-consulter-les-archives
-d'etat-civil-mais-pas-forcement-en-divulguer-le-contenu/

The article on the court case is in French and is best opened in the
Chrome browser for translation or go to a translation site such as
Google Translate https://translate.google.com

To read the French Blog see:
http://french-genealogy.typepad.com/genealogie/2018/01/privacy-restrictions-
on-french-documents.html
TinyURL: http://tinyurl.com/y7xnv9hw

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Voronezh, Russia surname Krivchenko #general

Edward Levine <edxaide@...>
 

My grandfather, Solomon Scheur Zalman Krivchenko, was born 15 Nov 1876. >from
documents found one of the possible birthplaces is Voronezh, Russia. I recently found
a number of victims listed on Yad Vashem with the surname Krivchenko >from Voronezh.
Actually this is the only Krivchenkos I have found on Yad Vashem. Makes me think they
could be related and that I might have found my grandfather's birth town. I
have no idea how I might find birth or other records >from Voronezh?
Any suggestions? Thank you.

Ed Levine


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Voronezh, Russia surname Krivchenko #general

Edward Levine <edxaide@...>
 

My grandfather, Solomon Scheur Zalman Krivchenko, was born 15 Nov 1876. >from
documents found one of the possible birthplaces is Voronezh, Russia. I recently found
a number of victims listed on Yad Vashem with the surname Krivchenko >from Voronezh.
Actually this is the only Krivchenkos I have found on Yad Vashem. Makes me think they
could be related and that I might have found my grandfather's birth town. I
have no idea how I might find birth or other records >from Voronezh?
Any suggestions? Thank you.

Ed Levine


What is the meaning of the kof-heh-apostrophe honorific on a tombstone? #general

Roger Browdy
 

I have a photo of a headstone in NorthEast Hungary (at the time - now Slovak
Republic), >from 1884. Before the name of the decedent and before the name of his
father is the abbreviation: "kof-heh-apostrophe." I am curious about the kof-heh
apostrophe honorific used before both names. It is unlikely to stand for Kohen as
they would have just used the final nun instead of abbreviating it. Also, if he was
a Kohen, there would likely have been a carving of the priestly hands, rather than
a tree at the top. Has anyone seen this abbreviation before?

Roger Browdy
Washington, DC


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen What is the meaning of the kof-heh-apostrophe honorific on a tombstone? #general

Roger Browdy
 

I have a photo of a headstone in NorthEast Hungary (at the time - now Slovak
Republic), >from 1884. Before the name of the decedent and before the name of his
father is the abbreviation: "kof-heh-apostrophe." I am curious about the kof-heh
apostrophe honorific used before both names. It is unlikely to stand for Kohen as
they would have just used the final nun instead of abbreviating it. Also, if he was
a Kohen, there would likely have been a carving of the priestly hands, rather than
a tree at the top. Has anyone seen this abbreviation before?

Roger Browdy
Washington, DC


Searching for family of Al Bratman #general

Carol Rombro Rider
 

I have a beautiful picture of Al Bratman >from May, 1944 in his army uniform. I
assume he might be >from Baltimore since he was a friend of my uncle.

The only other information I have is that he was a dentist.

If anyone is familiar with him or his family, please help me find a good home for
this photo.

Carol Rombro Rider Baltimore, Maryland USA

MODERATOR: Please respond privately


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for family of Al Bratman #general

Carol Rombro Rider
 

I have a beautiful picture of Al Bratman >from May, 1944 in his army uniform. I
assume he might be >from Baltimore since he was a friend of my uncle.

The only other information I have is that he was a dentist.

If anyone is familiar with him or his family, please help me find a good home for
this photo.

Carol Rombro Rider Baltimore, Maryland USA

MODERATOR: Please respond privately


Please translate #poland

Mike Paneth <mike.paneth@...>
 

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

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM56892

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Mike Paneth
Melbourne Australia


JRI Poland #Poland Please translate #poland

Mike Paneth <mike.paneth@...>
 

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

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM56892

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Mike Paneth
Melbourne Australia


IGRA mtg - Monday Feb 19 in Raanana, Israel webinars, videos & podcasts as research tools #general

Elena Bazes
 

Monday, February 19th in Raanana, Israel

Join us for the next meeting of the Israel Genealogy Research Association (IGRA).

Elena Bazes will speak on Webinars, Videos and Podcasts as Genealogy Research Tools

Webinars, online courses and videos, conference broadcasts and podcasts are
excellent tools which are widely available today to assist researchers in advancing
their genealogy research. This presentation will discuss the ins and outs of these
broadcasts. You will learn the differences between the types of webcasts, what
specific topics are available on these broadcasts, where and how to access these
programs, how to easily receive notifications and subscribe to series, favorite
lecturers and how to use the information obtained to further your research. This
lecture will focus entirely on free broadcasts.

Elena Bazes is an IGRA board member, publicity chairperson and newsletter editor.
She is also a contributing editor to Avotaynu. Elena has been doing genealogy
research on her family since the early 1980s. She lectured at the IAJGS conference
in Orlando this past summer and also gives lectures on beginning genealogy.

Location: Bet Fisher, 5 Klausner Street, Ra'anana
Doors open at 19:00. Meeting begins at 19:30.
Cost: IGRA members-Free Admission Non-members-NIS 20
To join IGRA, go to http://genealogy.org.il/membership/

Elena Bazes
IGRA Publicity Chairperson


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen IGRA mtg - Monday Feb 19 in Raanana, Israel webinars, videos & podcasts as research tools #general

Elena Bazes
 

Monday, February 19th in Raanana, Israel

Join us for the next meeting of the Israel Genealogy Research Association (IGRA).

Elena Bazes will speak on Webinars, Videos and Podcasts as Genealogy Research Tools

Webinars, online courses and videos, conference broadcasts and podcasts are
excellent tools which are widely available today to assist researchers in advancing
their genealogy research. This presentation will discuss the ins and outs of these
broadcasts. You will learn the differences between the types of webcasts, what
specific topics are available on these broadcasts, where and how to access these
programs, how to easily receive notifications and subscribe to series, favorite
lecturers and how to use the information obtained to further your research. This
lecture will focus entirely on free broadcasts.

Elena Bazes is an IGRA board member, publicity chairperson and newsletter editor.
She is also a contributing editor to Avotaynu. Elena has been doing genealogy
research on her family since the early 1980s. She lectured at the IAJGS conference
in Orlando this past summer and also gives lectures on beginning genealogy.

Location: Bet Fisher, 5 Klausner Street, Ra'anana
Doors open at 19:00. Meeting begins at 19:30.
Cost: IGRA members-Free Admission Non-members-NIS 20
To join IGRA, go to http://genealogy.org.il/membership/

Elena Bazes
IGRA Publicity Chairperson


ViewMate translation request- Russian #poland

Sonny Putter <sonny_putter@...>
 

I would appreciate a translation of the Russian text of the 1872 Bilgoraj,
Poland marriage record of Chil BERGERMAN and Chana Etla PUTER, Akta 17.
I would like a translation of the genealogically significant information,
especially the names of the groom's and bride's parents, the groom's and
bride's ages and places of birth, the actual date of the marriage and the
names of the witnesses.

It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM63950

Please respond using the online ViewMate form.

Thank you very much.

Sinai (Sonny) PUTTER
Newcastle, Washington U.S.A.
sonny_putter@...


JRI Poland #Poland ViewMate translation request- Russian #poland

Sonny Putter <sonny_putter@...>
 

I would appreciate a translation of the Russian text of the 1872 Bilgoraj,
Poland marriage record of Chil BERGERMAN and Chana Etla PUTER, Akta 17.
I would like a translation of the genealogically significant information,
especially the names of the groom's and bride's parents, the groom's and
bride's ages and places of birth, the actual date of the marriage and the
names of the witnesses.

It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM63950

Please respond using the online ViewMate form.

Thank you very much.

Sinai (Sonny) PUTTER
Newcastle, Washington U.S.A.
sonny_putter@...


WHERE TO FIND INVENTORY FOR JEWISH ART COLLECTIONS IN MICHALOVCE #hungary

Roger Adler
 

Dear Siggers:

Does anyone know about Henrik Herskovits and his art collection stolen by the
Nazis in Michalovce?

Roger Adler San Antonio, Texas


Hungary SIG #Hungary WHERE TO FIND INVENTORY FOR JEWISH ART COLLECTIONS IN MICHALOVCE #hungary

Roger Adler
 

Dear Siggers:

Does anyone know about Henrik Herskovits and his art collection stolen by the
Nazis in Michalovce?

Roger Adler San Antonio, Texas


Re: Transports to Auschwitz #hungary

tom.venetia@...
 

Hello Judy
Have you searched Yad Vashem's site?
It is very likely that you will find information about those two places
(Debrecen and Nagyvarad).

Here is an extract >from a very reliable history book about the fate of
Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust:
BRAHAM, Randolph L.
The politics of genocide: The Holocaust in Hungary.
Columbia University Press, 1981, vol. 2, pg. 646-647
Reprint: Wayne State University Press, 2000.

Hope that all which follows will be of help
Tom

See also a paper published by Yad Vashem about the Debrecen Jews which you
can download at this address:
http://www.yadvashem.org/odot_pdf/microsoft%20word%20-%20185.pdf

"Debrecen. The capital of Hajdu County, Debrecen had a large Jewish
community before World War II. The ghetto was established in the
western part of the city by Mayor Sandor Kolcsey (Order No. 21838).
The mayor himself was opposed to the ghettoization and was soon relieved
by the anti-Semitic Prefect, Lajos Bessenyei. However, many individuals
were enthusiastic about their role in the implementation of
the anti-Jewish measures in the city. Among these were Chief Police
Counselor Gyula Szabo, the commander of the ghetto, and Colonel
Gyula Szilady, the nemesis of the Jews of Debrecen and Hajdu
County. The ghetto consisted of two parts, the "large" and the
"small" ghettos, divided by Hatvan Street. It encompassed Csapo,
Szecsenyi, Zsak, Zugo, Csok, Simonffy, and Jozsef Kir. Herceg Streets.
The Jewish Council was headed by Dr. Pal Weiss and included Miksa
Weinberger, Bernfeld, and Waldmann as members. Health services
were provided under the leadership of Dr. Dezso Fejes Friedmann; the
ghetto police was headed by Bela Lusztbaum, a former Captain. On
June 21, the Jews were relocated to the Serly Brickyard, where their
correligionsts
from the neighboring communities, including those of Balmazujvaros,
Hajduboszormeny, Hajdudorog, Hajduhadhaz, Hajdunanas,
Hajdusamson, Hajduszoboszlo, Teglas, and Vamospercs were
were all concentrated.
The Jews of Debrecen, like those of several other communities in
Gendarmerie Districts V and VI, were lucky. The two transports that
left Debrecen on June 26 and 27 >from the entrainment center at
Zentgyorgypuszta with 6,841 Jews ended up in Austria where many of
the families survived intact."

The fate of the Nagyvarad Jews can be found in the same book,
Columbia University Press, 1981, vol.1, pg. 579-587.
I do not cite the full story because of limitations imposed by JewishGen
about long citations of copyrighted books.
However here is the information that you were seeking:

Nagyvarad:
"The Calvary of the Jews of Nagyvarad, which began on March 31, 1944
came to a climax on May 24, when the first deportation train left the city.
The deportation of May 24 involved the rural Jews in Mezey Lumber Yard.
The first train >from ghetto proper left on May 27 and the last one on June
3."

OTHER SOURCES

On this Wikipedia article you will find the dates of each transport from
Nagyvarad:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oradea_ghetto

See here the memorial site for the victims of Oradea/Nagyvarad:
http://www.oradeajc.com/projects_list2.htm
It features a limited list of deportees.

See this page at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum's site:
https://www.ushmm.org/online/hsv/source_view.php?SourceId=32028

Death trains in 1944: the Kassa list
http://degob.org/tables/kassa.html
The largest and quickest deportation operation of the Holocaust commenced on
May 15, 1944. In the course of 56 days, in accordance with German data
437,402 Jews were deported >from Hungary in 147 trains. Majority of the
transports were handed over by the Hungarian authorities to the Nazis at
Kassa. The head of the Kassa railway station collected the data of the
trains passing through the station. According to his list, the Germans took
over 400,426 Jews in 137 trains >from the Hungarian gendarmes at Kassa.

The Deportation of the Hungarian Jews
https://www.scrapbookpages.com/AuschwitzScrapbook/History/Articles/Hungarian
Jews.html

The Extermination of Hungarian Jews at Auschwitz (in English)
http://pl.auschwitz.org/lekcja/6_dep_zydow_eng/story.html
Auschwitz Memorial Museum

The Death Marches of Hungarian Jews Through Austria in the Spring of 1945
http://www.yadvashem.org/odot_pdf/Microsoft%20Word%20-%203218.pdf


-----Original Message-----
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H-SIG Digest for Thursday, January 25, 2018.

1. Transports to Auschwitz

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Subject: Transports to Auschwitz
From: drjudystone@...
Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2018 23:47:35 -0500
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Transports to Auschwitz

I'm looking for when a) my mom (Glattstein Magda nee Ehrenfeld) and
grandmother (Glattstein Ella nee Grunberger) would have arrived from
Debrecen to Auschwitz.

b) my grandfather, EHRENFELD Mor would have arrived >from Nagyvarad to
Auschwitz, with his daughter, Ehrenfeld Katalin, who survived and is still
seeking this information.

If there were infrequent transports (I see one on June 5 and the last on
June 27), they would have been on the last one, >from the Mezey lumber yard
area

Any information would be appreciated.
Thank you.

Judy Stone
Maryland

researching: GLATTSTEIN >from Debrecen, Miskolc, Tisza areas

EHRENFELD >from Sarand, Debrecen


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: Transports to Auschwitz #hungary

tom.venetia@...
 

Hello Judy
Have you searched Yad Vashem's site?
It is very likely that you will find information about those two places
(Debrecen and Nagyvarad).

Here is an extract >from a very reliable history book about the fate of
Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust:
BRAHAM, Randolph L.
The politics of genocide: The Holocaust in Hungary.
Columbia University Press, 1981, vol. 2, pg. 646-647
Reprint: Wayne State University Press, 2000.

Hope that all which follows will be of help
Tom

See also a paper published by Yad Vashem about the Debrecen Jews which you
can download at this address:
http://www.yadvashem.org/odot_pdf/microsoft%20word%20-%20185.pdf

"Debrecen. The capital of Hajdu County, Debrecen had a large Jewish
community before World War II. The ghetto was established in the
western part of the city by Mayor Sandor Kolcsey (Order No. 21838).
The mayor himself was opposed to the ghettoization and was soon relieved
by the anti-Semitic Prefect, Lajos Bessenyei. However, many individuals
were enthusiastic about their role in the implementation of
the anti-Jewish measures in the city. Among these were Chief Police
Counselor Gyula Szabo, the commander of the ghetto, and Colonel
Gyula Szilady, the nemesis of the Jews of Debrecen and Hajdu
County. The ghetto consisted of two parts, the "large" and the
"small" ghettos, divided by Hatvan Street. It encompassed Csapo,
Szecsenyi, Zsak, Zugo, Csok, Simonffy, and Jozsef Kir. Herceg Streets.
The Jewish Council was headed by Dr. Pal Weiss and included Miksa
Weinberger, Bernfeld, and Waldmann as members. Health services
were provided under the leadership of Dr. Dezso Fejes Friedmann; the
ghetto police was headed by Bela Lusztbaum, a former Captain. On
June 21, the Jews were relocated to the Serly Brickyard, where their
correligionsts
from the neighboring communities, including those of Balmazujvaros,
Hajduboszormeny, Hajdudorog, Hajduhadhaz, Hajdunanas,
Hajdusamson, Hajduszoboszlo, Teglas, and Vamospercs were
were all concentrated.
The Jews of Debrecen, like those of several other communities in
Gendarmerie Districts V and VI, were lucky. The two transports that
left Debrecen on June 26 and 27 >from the entrainment center at
Zentgyorgypuszta with 6,841 Jews ended up in Austria where many of
the families survived intact."

The fate of the Nagyvarad Jews can be found in the same book,
Columbia University Press, 1981, vol.1, pg. 579-587.
I do not cite the full story because of limitations imposed by JewishGen
about long citations of copyrighted books.
However here is the information that you were seeking:

Nagyvarad:
"The Calvary of the Jews of Nagyvarad, which began on March 31, 1944
came to a climax on May 24, when the first deportation train left the city.
The deportation of May 24 involved the rural Jews in Mezey Lumber Yard.
The first train >from ghetto proper left on May 27 and the last one on June
3."

OTHER SOURCES

On this Wikipedia article you will find the dates of each transport from
Nagyvarad:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oradea_ghetto

See here the memorial site for the victims of Oradea/Nagyvarad:
http://www.oradeajc.com/projects_list2.htm
It features a limited list of deportees.

See this page at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum's site:
https://www.ushmm.org/online/hsv/source_view.php?SourceId=32028

Death trains in 1944: the Kassa list
http://degob.org/tables/kassa.html
The largest and quickest deportation operation of the Holocaust commenced on
May 15, 1944. In the course of 56 days, in accordance with German data
437,402 Jews were deported >from Hungary in 147 trains. Majority of the
transports were handed over by the Hungarian authorities to the Nazis at
Kassa. The head of the Kassa railway station collected the data of the
trains passing through the station. According to his list, the Germans took
over 400,426 Jews in 137 trains >from the Hungarian gendarmes at Kassa.

The Deportation of the Hungarian Jews
https://www.scrapbookpages.com/AuschwitzScrapbook/History/Articles/Hungarian
Jews.html

The Extermination of Hungarian Jews at Auschwitz (in English)
http://pl.auschwitz.org/lekcja/6_dep_zydow_eng/story.html
Auschwitz Memorial Museum

The Death Marches of Hungarian Jews Through Austria in the Spring of 1945
http://www.yadvashem.org/odot_pdf/Microsoft%20Word%20-%203218.pdf


-----Original Message-----
From: H-SIG [mailto:h-sig@...]
Sent: sexta-feira, 26 de janeiro de 2018 05:04
To: h-sig digest recipients
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H-SIG Digest for Thursday, January 25, 2018.

1. Transports to Auschwitz

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: Transports to Auschwitz
From: drjudystone@...
Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2018 23:47:35 -0500
X-Message-Number: 1

Transports to Auschwitz

I'm looking for when a) my mom (Glattstein Magda nee Ehrenfeld) and
grandmother (Glattstein Ella nee Grunberger) would have arrived from
Debrecen to Auschwitz.

b) my grandfather, EHRENFELD Mor would have arrived >from Nagyvarad to
Auschwitz, with his daughter, Ehrenfeld Katalin, who survived and is still
seeking this information.

If there were infrequent transports (I see one on June 5 and the last on
June 27), they would have been on the last one, >from the Mezey lumber yard
area

Any information would be appreciated.
Thank you.

Judy Stone
Maryland

researching: GLATTSTEIN >from Debrecen, Miskolc, Tisza areas

EHRENFELD >from Sarand, Debrecen


ViewMate translation request - Polish #general

Carole Silverman
 

I've posted two vital records in Polish for which I need a
translation. They are on ViewMate at a the following addresses.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM63998

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM63999

With the use of Google translate I have been able to translate the
column headings. Unfortunately, I am not able to translate the
information that is handwritten in the columns. Therefore I would very
much appreciate your help.

Many thanks,

Carole Silverman
Gainesville FL

RUBINSTEIN - Pinsk, Yanova near Pinsk, Lubieszow, Mokhro
GREENSTEIN - Pinsk, Yanova near Pinsk, Lubieszow, Mokhro
KOSLATINSY (KOSLACHINSKY, KUZELICKI) - Pinsk, Yanova near Pinsk,Lubieszow, Mokhro


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

Carole Silverman
 

I've posted two vital records in Polish for which I need a
translation. They are on ViewMate at a the following addresses.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM63998

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM63999

With the use of Google translate I have been able to translate the
column headings. Unfortunately, I am not able to translate the
information that is handwritten in the columns. Therefore I would very
much appreciate your help.

Many thanks,

Carole Silverman
Gainesville FL

RUBINSTEIN - Pinsk, Yanova near Pinsk, Lubieszow, Mokhro
GREENSTEIN - Pinsk, Yanova near Pinsk, Lubieszow, Mokhro
KOSLATINSY (KOSLACHINSKY, KUZELICKI) - Pinsk, Yanova near Pinsk,Lubieszow, Mokhro