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Anybody visiting the reading room of the Archives in Oradea #hungary

Susanna Vendel
 

A birth document (certified transcription) >from the Birth registers of
Oradea for the year 1896 costs EUR 12,67 according to the answer
received tom the Archives + postage fees.

The problem is that I don't want to have "a certified transcription"
but a copy of the original notes existing in the Birth register. The
answer >from Dr Bujorel-Petru Dulgau, Department Manager at the
Archives of Oradea was that " I was welcome to visit the study room"
to take these copies. But for the moment the study room was closed and
there was no date for when it will open again. As I live in Stockholm
and have no plans to visit Oradea I can't access the reading room,

I am looking for a birth record for the artist Alfred Weisz (Varadi,
as painter) born on 16 Oct 1896 in Oradea. Father: Mayer WEISZ,
mother: Szerena KOHN

Somebody helped me in the past, but copied only the left page of the
record and I would like to get the right side as well, to check if
there are more information there, etc.

And here comes my question: Is there anybody willing to look up this
birth record for me, make copy of it and send it to me by email?

Susanna Vendel

Stockholm

Moderator: Please contact Susanna off-list if you can help.


Nagy Somkut/Somcuta Mare #hungary

Beth Long
 

Does anyone know if there are any surviving Jewish records of Somcuta Mare (formerly
Nagysomkut? This is a town now in Maramures County, Romania (formerly in Szatmar
County, when it was part of Hungary)

There are no Jewish records in the Maramures County Archive, but perhaps they wound
up elsewhere. If you have any information, please let me know.

There are civil records for the years 1895-1906 at the archive, and if you are
interested in these, please contact me privately.

Beth Long


Copy for Oradea record solved #hungary

Susanna Vendel
 

I am very happy to inform that I received a copy of the record
from the Birth Register for Albert Weisz.
I am grateful!

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm


Hungary SIG #Hungary Anybody visiting the reading room of the Archives in Oradea #hungary

Susanna Vendel
 

A birth document (certified transcription) >from the Birth registers of
Oradea for the year 1896 costs EUR 12,67 according to the answer
received tom the Archives + postage fees.

The problem is that I don't want to have "a certified transcription"
but a copy of the original notes existing in the Birth register. The
answer >from Dr Bujorel-Petru Dulgau, Department Manager at the
Archives of Oradea was that " I was welcome to visit the study room"
to take these copies. But for the moment the study room was closed and
there was no date for when it will open again. As I live in Stockholm
and have no plans to visit Oradea I can't access the reading room,

I am looking for a birth record for the artist Alfred Weisz (Varadi,
as painter) born on 16 Oct 1896 in Oradea. Father: Mayer WEISZ,
mother: Szerena KOHN

Somebody helped me in the past, but copied only the left page of the
record and I would like to get the right side as well, to check if
there are more information there, etc.

And here comes my question: Is there anybody willing to look up this
birth record for me, make copy of it and send it to me by email?

Susanna Vendel

Stockholm

Moderator: Please contact Susanna off-list if you can help.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Nagy Somkut/Somcuta Mare #hungary

Beth Long
 

Does anyone know if there are any surviving Jewish records of Somcuta Mare (formerly
Nagysomkut? This is a town now in Maramures County, Romania (formerly in Szatmar
County, when it was part of Hungary)

There are no Jewish records in the Maramures County Archive, but perhaps they wound
up elsewhere. If you have any information, please let me know.

There are civil records for the years 1895-1906 at the archive, and if you are
interested in these, please contact me privately.

Beth Long


Hungary SIG #Hungary Copy for Oradea record solved #hungary

Susanna Vendel
 

I am very happy to inform that I received a copy of the record
from the Birth Register for Albert Weisz.
I am grateful!

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm


The proceedings of the 2012 IAJGS conference are available #hungary

georges.graner@...
 

The Proceedings of the 32nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy held in Paris are now all available.
You will find there everything you liked so much (or missed!) during
those 4 exciting days of July 2012 :
-Complete French-English bilingual events;
-A particular focus on Europe, the achievement of its genealogy
societies, its medieval settlements, its cemeteries, its archives;
-A unique look at the genealogy and history of the Sephardic communities;
-All places and all aspects of your researches: history, memory,
resources, legacy preservation, transmission, nature and nurture, fancy
genealogies, origin and identity, genetics, the Holocaust, ethics,
biblical genealogies and of course methodology;
-Speakers >from all over the world.

Some 160 texts have been collected into 4 volumes of 1400 pages
altogether, with material and bibliographies, either directly provided
by the authors or taken >from recordings performed during the Conference
Volume 1: “The Western World”: texts relating to France, Western Europe
(including Italy but not Spain nor Germany nor Austria), the United
States, and Israel. 32 papers, 330 pages –all texts are translated (1
English volume - 1 French volume).
Volume 2: Central and Eastern Europe: (including Germany and Austria).
37 papers, 292 pages - all texts are translated (1 English volume - 1
French volume).
Volume 3: Sephardim, Jews of Africa, Jews of Asia: 57 papers or
summaries, 507 pages, some texts are translated, others are in their
original language accompanied by abstracts in the other language
(bilingual volume).
Volume 4: Thematic lectures without specific geographic basis:
Holocaust, genetics, ethics, biblical genealogies and methodological
workshops (genealogical travels, use of pictures, publishing,
deciphering Hebrew, software)... 35 papers, 295 pages. All texts are
translated (1 English volume - 1 French volume).
Volumes can be ordered separately in hard copy or downloaded as a PDF
file. Hard copies are available in color and in black-and-white. The PDF
files are protected by a Copyright and cannot be reproduced, except for
a private use.
You can see the contents and order online on
http://www.genealoj.org/en/catalog/proceedings-2012-iajgs-paris-conference
Contact CGJ - 45 rue La Bruyere 75009 Paris - +33 (0) 1 40 23 04 90
secretariat@...

Georges Graner (Paris-France)


Hungary SIG #Hungary The proceedings of the 2012 IAJGS conference are available #hungary

georges.graner@...
 

The Proceedings of the 32nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy held in Paris are now all available.
You will find there everything you liked so much (or missed!) during
those 4 exciting days of July 2012 :
-Complete French-English bilingual events;
-A particular focus on Europe, the achievement of its genealogy
societies, its medieval settlements, its cemeteries, its archives;
-A unique look at the genealogy and history of the Sephardic communities;
-All places and all aspects of your researches: history, memory,
resources, legacy preservation, transmission, nature and nurture, fancy
genealogies, origin and identity, genetics, the Holocaust, ethics,
biblical genealogies and of course methodology;
-Speakers >from all over the world.

Some 160 texts have been collected into 4 volumes of 1400 pages
altogether, with material and bibliographies, either directly provided
by the authors or taken >from recordings performed during the Conference
Volume 1: “The Western World”: texts relating to France, Western Europe
(including Italy but not Spain nor Germany nor Austria), the United
States, and Israel. 32 papers, 330 pages –all texts are translated (1
English volume - 1 French volume).
Volume 2: Central and Eastern Europe: (including Germany and Austria).
37 papers, 292 pages - all texts are translated (1 English volume - 1
French volume).
Volume 3: Sephardim, Jews of Africa, Jews of Asia: 57 papers or
summaries, 507 pages, some texts are translated, others are in their
original language accompanied by abstracts in the other language
(bilingual volume).
Volume 4: Thematic lectures without specific geographic basis:
Holocaust, genetics, ethics, biblical genealogies and methodological
workshops (genealogical travels, use of pictures, publishing,
deciphering Hebrew, software)... 35 papers, 295 pages. All texts are
translated (1 English volume - 1 French volume).
Volumes can be ordered separately in hard copy or downloaded as a PDF
file. Hard copies are available in color and in black-and-white. The PDF
files are protected by a Copyright and cannot be reproduced, except for
a private use.
You can see the contents and order online on
http://www.genealoj.org/en/catalog/proceedings-2012-iajgs-paris-conference
Contact CGJ - 45 rue La Bruyere 75009 Paris - +33 (0) 1 40 23 04 90
secretariat@...

Georges Graner (Paris-France)


JGS of Great Britain Annual Conference 26 October 2014 #general

Mark Nicholls <marknichollsmn@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain his holding its 21st
Annual London Conference on Sunday 26 October 2014. The conference is
at the London Jewish Museum in Camden.

The speakers at the conference are:

Dr Sharman Kadish - Director of Jewish Heritage UK: Batei Olam: For
eternity? The Care and Preservation of Jewish Cemeteries and how
Family Historians can help;

Martin Sugarman (Jewish Military Museum) - Archivist Jewish Military
Museum (AJEX) - The March of the Judeans in 1918: when the spirit of
Judah Maccabee hung over Whitechapel;

Martin D Lee - "The singer - John Braham - Enigma, Anecdote and Reality";

Myko Clelland - >from findmypast "Vu iz dos gesele?" Using findmypast
to trace those hard to find ancestors";

Anna Haward - Tower Hamlets Local History Library & Archives: Jewish
Sources for Family History at Tower Hamlets Local History Library &
Archives; and

Pamela Weisberger - President & Research Co-ordinator of Gesher
Galicia: Exploring the Archives: Unique & Unusual Resources in
Galician & Polish Research.

There are under a third of tickets still available, so early booking is
advised.

Full details and application form are available at:

www.jgsgb.org.uk/2014ConferenceProgrammeat9July14.doc

Regards

Mark Nicholls
Webmaster JGSGB


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Great Britain Annual Conference 26 October 2014 #general

Mark Nicholls <marknichollsmn@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain his holding its 21st
Annual London Conference on Sunday 26 October 2014. The conference is
at the London Jewish Museum in Camden.

The speakers at the conference are:

Dr Sharman Kadish - Director of Jewish Heritage UK: Batei Olam: For
eternity? The Care and Preservation of Jewish Cemeteries and how
Family Historians can help;

Martin Sugarman (Jewish Military Museum) - Archivist Jewish Military
Museum (AJEX) - The March of the Judeans in 1918: when the spirit of
Judah Maccabee hung over Whitechapel;

Martin D Lee - "The singer - John Braham - Enigma, Anecdote and Reality";

Myko Clelland - >from findmypast "Vu iz dos gesele?" Using findmypast
to trace those hard to find ancestors";

Anna Haward - Tower Hamlets Local History Library & Archives: Jewish
Sources for Family History at Tower Hamlets Local History Library &
Archives; and

Pamela Weisberger - President & Research Co-ordinator of Gesher
Galicia: Exploring the Archives: Unique & Unusual Resources in
Galician & Polish Research.

There are under a third of tickets still available, so early booking is
advised.

Full details and application form are available at:

www.jgsgb.org.uk/2014ConferenceProgrammeat9July14.doc

Regards

Mark Nicholls
Webmaster JGSGB


The proceedings of the 2012 IAJGS conference are available #bessarabia

Georges Graner <georges.graner@...>
 

The Proceedings of the 32nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy held in Paris are now all available.

You will find there everything you liked so much (or missed!) during
those 4 exciting days of July 2012 :
-Complete French-English bilingual events;
-A particular focus on Europe, the achievement of its genealogy
societies, its medieval settlements, its cemeteries, its archives;
-A unique look at the genealogy and history of the Sephardic communities;
-All places and all aspects of your researches: history, memory,
resources, legacy preservation, transmission, nature and nurture, fancy
genealogies, origin and identity, genetics, the Holocaust, ethics,
biblical genealogies and of course methodology;
-Speakers >from all over the world.

Some 160 texts have been collected into 4 volumes of 1400 pages
altogether, with material and bibliographies, either directly provided
by the authors or taken >from recordings performed during the Conference
Volume 1: “The Western World”: texts relating to France, Western Europe
(including Italy but not Spain nor Germany nor Austria), the United
States, and Israel. 32 papers, 330 pages –all texts are translated (1
English volume - 1 French volume).

Volume 2: Central and Eastern Europe: (including Germany and Austria).
37 papers, 292 pages - all texts are translated (1 English volume - 1
French volume).

Volume 3: Sephardim, Jews of Africa, Jews of Asia: 57 papers or
summaries, 507 pages, some texts are translated, others are in their
original language accompanied by abstracts in the other language
(bilingual volume).

Volume 4: Thematic lectures without specific geographic basis:
Holocaust, genetics, ethics, biblical genealogies and methodological
workshops (genealogical travels, use of pictures, publishing,
deciphering Hebrew, software)... 35 papers, 295 pages. All texts are
translated (1 English volume - 1 French volume).

Volumes can be ordered separately in hard copy or downloaded as a PDF
file. Hard copies are available in color and in black-and-white. The PDF
files are protected by a Copyright and cannot be reproduced, except for
a private use.

You can see the contents and order online on
http://www.genealoj.org/en/catalog/proceedings-2012-iajgs-paris-conference
Contact CGJ - 45 rue La Bruyere 75009 Paris - +33 (0) 1 40 23 04 90
secretariat@...

Georges Graner
Paris-France


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia The proceedings of the 2012 IAJGS conference are available #bessarabia

Georges Graner <georges.graner@...>
 

The Proceedings of the 32nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy held in Paris are now all available.

You will find there everything you liked so much (or missed!) during
those 4 exciting days of July 2012 :
-Complete French-English bilingual events;
-A particular focus on Europe, the achievement of its genealogy
societies, its medieval settlements, its cemeteries, its archives;
-A unique look at the genealogy and history of the Sephardic communities;
-All places and all aspects of your researches: history, memory,
resources, legacy preservation, transmission, nature and nurture, fancy
genealogies, origin and identity, genetics, the Holocaust, ethics,
biblical genealogies and of course methodology;
-Speakers >from all over the world.

Some 160 texts have been collected into 4 volumes of 1400 pages
altogether, with material and bibliographies, either directly provided
by the authors or taken >from recordings performed during the Conference
Volume 1: “The Western World”: texts relating to France, Western Europe
(including Italy but not Spain nor Germany nor Austria), the United
States, and Israel. 32 papers, 330 pages –all texts are translated (1
English volume - 1 French volume).

Volume 2: Central and Eastern Europe: (including Germany and Austria).
37 papers, 292 pages - all texts are translated (1 English volume - 1
French volume).

Volume 3: Sephardim, Jews of Africa, Jews of Asia: 57 papers or
summaries, 507 pages, some texts are translated, others are in their
original language accompanied by abstracts in the other language
(bilingual volume).

Volume 4: Thematic lectures without specific geographic basis:
Holocaust, genetics, ethics, biblical genealogies and methodological
workshops (genealogical travels, use of pictures, publishing,
deciphering Hebrew, software)... 35 papers, 295 pages. All texts are
translated (1 English volume - 1 French volume).

Volumes can be ordered separately in hard copy or downloaded as a PDF
file. Hard copies are available in color and in black-and-white. The PDF
files are protected by a Copyright and cannot be reproduced, except for
a private use.

You can see the contents and order online on
http://www.genealoj.org/en/catalog/proceedings-2012-iajgs-paris-conference
Contact CGJ - 45 rue La Bruyere 75009 Paris - +33 (0) 1 40 23 04 90
secretariat@...

Georges Graner
Paris-France


Asking for advice on how to continue research in France #france

Georges Graner <georges.graner@...>
 

Dear Susanna
According to the phone book,
8 av. de la Republique in Epinay-sur-Seine is now a building where 5 or
6 families live. Two of them are nurses.
15 rue Jacob in Paris is an hotel. One can look at it on the Web. It
does not seem recent so it might have been an hotel in 1925.
Regards,
Georges Graner (Paris-France)

.

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Subject: Asking for advice on how to continue research in France
From: Susanna Vendel <wendsu@...>
Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2014 11:05:56 +0200
X-Message-Number: 2

For many years I was trying to find out how I am related to a very
talented Hungarian artist, Albert VARADI (WEISZ) b 1896 in
Oradea/Romania and d 1825 in France. He participated in 1923 at "Salon
de printemps" and "Salon d'automne" in Paris, had several exhibitions
in Oradea, Budapest, etc., illustrated books of Heine, Moricke and
Boccacio and was predicted a brilliant future. Unfortunately he died
very young. I inherited some of his etchings after my grand-father.
That made me very curious to find out who he was, where he lived and
how and why he died so young.

Unexpected I got some more information >from the Archives in
Epinay-sur-Seine. I know now that he died on 21st of May 1925 in
Avenue de la Republique 8 in Epinay-sur-Seine. His address was at the
time of death, according to the death certificate, 15, Rue Jacob,
Paris. So, not same with the place of death. He was not married.

My questions are:

1. Is/was there an institution/hospital in Ave de la Republique 8
where he died?

2. If it is a hospital, would it be possible to find out the
cause of death. Where/whom to write and ask?

3. Is there any other source to investigate for the cause of death?

4. What is today in the building 15, Rue Jacob, Paris? Is it
possible to find out more information about him that way? Where, how?

Any suggestions? I speak and read French in case it is easier
to communicate.

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm



French SIG #France Asking for advice on how to continue research in France #france

Georges Graner <georges.graner@...>
 

Dear Susanna
According to the phone book,
8 av. de la Republique in Epinay-sur-Seine is now a building where 5 or
6 families live. Two of them are nurses.
15 rue Jacob in Paris is an hotel. One can look at it on the Web. It
does not seem recent so it might have been an hotel in 1925.
Regards,
Georges Graner (Paris-France)

.

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

Subject: Asking for advice on how to continue research in France
From: Susanna Vendel <wendsu@...>
Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2014 11:05:56 +0200
X-Message-Number: 2

For many years I was trying to find out how I am related to a very
talented Hungarian artist, Albert VARADI (WEISZ) b 1896 in
Oradea/Romania and d 1825 in France. He participated in 1923 at "Salon
de printemps" and "Salon d'automne" in Paris, had several exhibitions
in Oradea, Budapest, etc., illustrated books of Heine, Moricke and
Boccacio and was predicted a brilliant future. Unfortunately he died
very young. I inherited some of his etchings after my grand-father.
That made me very curious to find out who he was, where he lived and
how and why he died so young.

Unexpected I got some more information >from the Archives in
Epinay-sur-Seine. I know now that he died on 21st of May 1925 in
Avenue de la Republique 8 in Epinay-sur-Seine. His address was at the
time of death, according to the death certificate, 15, Rue Jacob,
Paris. So, not same with the place of death. He was not married.

My questions are:

1. Is/was there an institution/hospital in Ave de la Republique 8
where he died?

2. If it is a hospital, would it be possible to find out the
cause of death. Where/whom to write and ask?

3. Is there any other source to investigate for the cause of death?

4. What is today in the building 15, Rue Jacob, Paris? Is it
possible to find out more information about him that way? Where, how?

Any suggestions? I speak and read French in case it is easier
to communicate.

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm



ViewMate translation request - Russian #lodz #poland

Gene Caspi <genea.caspi@...>
 

Dear fellow researchers,

I've posted four birth records in Russian for which I need
extraction of genealogical information. They are >from Tuszyn and are
probably of siblings or half-siblings.

The records are on ViewMate as follows:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35834
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35835
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35867
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35868

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Abba Caspi,
Manchester, CT, USA


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland ViewMate translation request - Russian #lodz #poland

Gene Caspi <genea.caspi@...>
 

Dear fellow researchers,

I've posted four birth records in Russian for which I need
extraction of genealogical information. They are >from Tuszyn and are
probably of siblings or half-siblings.

The records are on ViewMate as follows:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35834
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35835
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35867
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35868

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Abba Caspi,
Manchester, CT, USA


Translating German reports #poland

David Ferleger
 

I have two several-page psychiatric reports, in German, pertaining to my
father and his Holocaust experience. I don't want to do "viewmate"
because of personal/privacy concerns. Any suggestions on any JRI-Poland
volunteers or associates who might be competent/willing to translate?

My father lived in Chmielnik and Lodz.

Reply off-list please.

Thanks

David Ferleger

mailto:david@...





On Sep 28, 2014, at 11:30 AM, Milton J Koch mjk1944@... =
<jri-pl@...> wrote:
=20
If you are searching for family >from Jagielnica, want more information=20=
about this town in your genealogy research, or even want to assist =
with=20
getting more information not yet digitized, why not visit this site =
and=20
begin the conversation. I have just started the Facebook =
group-"Families=20
from Jagielnica".
=20
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1494772964108616/
=20
Milton Koch
KOCH-Jagielnica
=20
Visit the JRI-Poland web site at http://www.jri-poland.org=20
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc.is an independent non-profit=20
U.S. tax-exempt organization. The JRI-Poland mailing list and database=20=
are hosted by JewishGen. JRI-Poland data is searchable on the =
JRI-Poland=20
database and is also displayed on the All-Poland database as a service=20=
to researchers.
=20
JRI-Poland indexing initiatives are funded by your contributions. To=20=
support JRI-Poland and its many individual projects - such as indexing=20=
of records >from your ancestral town - please send your checks - marked=20=
with the town name or project for which the money is being donated - =
to:
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, c/o Sheila Salo, Treasurer,5607 =
Greenleaf=20
Rd., Cheverly, MD20785 or pay by credit card at:=20
<http://www.jri-poland.org/support.htm> =20
=20
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ViewMate translation request - Russian #poland

Gene Caspi <genea.caspi@...>
 

Dear fellow researchers,

I've posted four birth records in Russian for which I need
extraction of genealogical information. They are >from Tuszyn and are
probably of siblings or half-siblings.

The records are on ViewMate as follows:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35834
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35835
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35867
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35868

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Abba Caspi,
Manchester, CT, USA


JRI Poland #Poland Translating German reports #poland

David Ferleger
 

I have two several-page psychiatric reports, in German, pertaining to my
father and his Holocaust experience. I don't want to do "viewmate"
because of personal/privacy concerns. Any suggestions on any JRI-Poland
volunteers or associates who might be competent/willing to translate?

My father lived in Chmielnik and Lodz.

Reply off-list please.

Thanks

David Ferleger

mailto:david@...





On Sep 28, 2014, at 11:30 AM, Milton J Koch mjk1944@... =
<jri-pl@...> wrote:
=20
If you are searching for family >from Jagielnica, want more information=20=
about this town in your genealogy research, or even want to assist =
with=20
getting more information not yet digitized, why not visit this site =
and=20
begin the conversation. I have just started the Facebook =
group-"Families=20
from Jagielnica".
=20
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1494772964108616/
=20
Milton Koch
KOCH-Jagielnica
=20
Visit the JRI-Poland web site at http://www.jri-poland.org=20
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc.is an independent non-profit=20
U.S. tax-exempt organization. The JRI-Poland mailing list and database=20=
are hosted by JewishGen. JRI-Poland data is searchable on the =
JRI-Poland=20
database and is also displayed on the All-Poland database as a service=20=
to researchers.
=20
JRI-Poland indexing initiatives are funded by your contributions. To=20=
support JRI-Poland and its many individual projects - such as indexing=20=
of records >from your ancestral town - please send your checks - marked=20=
with the town name or project for which the money is being donated - =
to:
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, c/o Sheila Salo, Treasurer,5607 =
Greenleaf=20
Rd., Cheverly, MD20785 or pay by credit card at:=20
<http://www.jri-poland.org/support.htm> =20
=20
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JRI Poland #Poland ViewMate translation request - Russian #poland

Gene Caspi <genea.caspi@...>
 

Dear fellow researchers,

I've posted four birth records in Russian for which I need
extraction of genealogical information. They are >from Tuszyn and are
probably of siblings or half-siblings.

The records are on ViewMate as follows:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35834
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35835
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35867
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35868

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Abba Caspi,
Manchester, CT, USA

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