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Re: Vienna Jewish BMD reords #austria-czech

Bob Lenk
 

When the digitized records were put online in 2012, they only included
records over 100 years old, due to Austrian privacy laws.

Because they digitized the records based on the microfilms they had, but
they organized the online records in a more structured way than the
microfilms, they also excluded most films that included multiple
registers that would not appear together in the online organization.
Among the excluded records are Birth Registers A-B (1826-1858) (which
are on the same film as the Birth Index of 1932-1938), and many of the
records >from specific Bezirke.

It looks like you can access all of the digitized films at a (Mormon)
Family History Center. That is based on clicking on the links at this page:
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/196164?availability=Family%20History%20Library

I have not tried this. I haven't been to a Family History Center since
these digitized records have been available.

If anyone has any contacts at the FHL, it would be nice if they could
put make more of these freely available online, especially the ones >from
1912-1917 which should be very straightforward.

Bob Lenk
Greeley, Colorado, US

On 3/23/2018 7:43 AM, Henry Wellisch <wellisch12@gmail.com> wrote:
The digitized records are available on the familysearch website from
1826 to 1911, but I cannot find the records between on this website
between 1911 and 1938. Are they hidden on this website somewhere?
Henry Wellisch
Toronto


Re: Vienna Jewish BMD reords #austria-czech

Bob Lenk
 

As I looked at the familysearch website a bit more, I realized that I
made a mistake in my previous post. I also found some new information.
See:
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/196164?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1) The newer (post 1911) records >from the IKG (and the others I
mentioned as not being digitized) are not available online at (local)
family history centers, but only on microfilm. I don't know whether you
can still order the films to view at local centers. These are the films
that begin well down the page, after "Andere Verfilmung, 2004."

2) The films >from of the duplicate registers, which have not been
publicly available online, have apparently all been digitized and made
available >from family history centers. This apparently includes the
newer registers, through 1938. These are the films listed first on the
page.

3) A few of the registers have been indexed, and are searchable online.
These have an icon of a magnifying glass.

Bob Lenk

On 4/1/2018 11:04 PM, Bob Lenk wrote:
When the digitized records were put online in 2012, they only included
records over 100 years old, due to Austrian privacy laws.

Because they digitized the records based on the microfilms they had, but
they organized the online records in a more structured way than the
microfilms, they also excluded most films that included multiple
registers that would not appear together in the online organization.
Among the excluded records are Birth Registers A-B (1826-1858) (which
are on the same film as the Birth Index of 1932-1938), and many of the
records >from specific Bezirke.

It looks like you can access all of the digitized films at a (Mormon)
Family History Center.  That is based on clicking on the links at this
page:
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/196164?availability=Family%20History%20Library


I have not tried this.  I haven't been to a Family History Center since
these digitized records have been available.

If anyone has any contacts at the FHL, it would be nice if they could
put make more of these freely available online, especially the ones >from
1912-1917 which should be very straightforward.

Bob Lenk
Greeley, Colorado, US

On 3/23/2018 7:43 AM, Henry Wellisch <wellisch12@gmail.com> wrote:
The digitized records are available on the familysearch website from
1826 to 1911,  but I cannot find the records between on this website
between 1911 and 1938. Are they hidden on this website somewhere?
Henry Wellisch
Toronto


ViewMate translation request - German script #austria-czech

ghp.jwg68@...
 

I wonder if someone could please translate the first and last parts of
ViewMate image no. 66137 into English. Unfortunately my limited German
skills and the handwriting used in the record combine to make this
request necessary. The image can be seen at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM66137.

I'm trying to find out about Marie's father, Ludwig Eisner, who is
proving quite elusive. In the birth record at the top I can translate
most of the mother's section myself but I'm having more trouble with
the father's section. I don't think Ludwig is mentioned.

Marie was considered illegitimate at the time of her birth in 1847 as
was her mother, Josefa Koretz, born Gans. The bottom of the page,
written after the Familiant laws were repealed, seems to have some
relevant information about Ludwig but the handwriting to too much for
me so if anyone can help with the translation, I would be very
grateful.

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

George Pollard
UK


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Vienna Jewish BMD reords #austria-czech

Bob Lenk
 

When the digitized records were put online in 2012, they only included
records over 100 years old, due to Austrian privacy laws.

Because they digitized the records based on the microfilms they had, but
they organized the online records in a more structured way than the
microfilms, they also excluded most films that included multiple
registers that would not appear together in the online organization.
Among the excluded records are Birth Registers A-B (1826-1858) (which
are on the same film as the Birth Index of 1932-1938), and many of the
records >from specific Bezirke.

It looks like you can access all of the digitized films at a (Mormon)
Family History Center. That is based on clicking on the links at this page:
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/196164?availability=Family%20History%20Library

I have not tried this. I haven't been to a Family History Center since
these digitized records have been available.

If anyone has any contacts at the FHL, it would be nice if they could
put make more of these freely available online, especially the ones >from
1912-1917 which should be very straightforward.

Bob Lenk
Greeley, Colorado, US

On 3/23/2018 7:43 AM, Henry Wellisch <wellisch12@gmail.com> wrote:
The digitized records are available on the familysearch website from
1826 to 1911, but I cannot find the records between on this website
between 1911 and 1938. Are they hidden on this website somewhere?
Henry Wellisch
Toronto


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Vienna Jewish BMD reords #austria-czech

Bob Lenk
 

As I looked at the familysearch website a bit more, I realized that I
made a mistake in my previous post. I also found some new information.
See:
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/196164?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1) The newer (post 1911) records >from the IKG (and the others I
mentioned as not being digitized) are not available online at (local)
family history centers, but only on microfilm. I don't know whether you
can still order the films to view at local centers. These are the films
that begin well down the page, after "Andere Verfilmung, 2004."

2) The films >from of the duplicate registers, which have not been
publicly available online, have apparently all been digitized and made
available >from family history centers. This apparently includes the
newer registers, through 1938. These are the films listed first on the
page.

3) A few of the registers have been indexed, and are searchable online.
These have an icon of a magnifying glass.

Bob Lenk

On 4/1/2018 11:04 PM, Bob Lenk wrote:
When the digitized records were put online in 2012, they only included
records over 100 years old, due to Austrian privacy laws.

Because they digitized the records based on the microfilms they had, but
they organized the online records in a more structured way than the
microfilms, they also excluded most films that included multiple
registers that would not appear together in the online organization.
Among the excluded records are Birth Registers A-B (1826-1858) (which
are on the same film as the Birth Index of 1932-1938), and many of the
records >from specific Bezirke.

It looks like you can access all of the digitized films at a (Mormon)
Family History Center.  That is based on clicking on the links at this
page:
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/196164?availability=Family%20History%20Library


I have not tried this.  I haven't been to a Family History Center since
these digitized records have been available.

If anyone has any contacts at the FHL, it would be nice if they could
put make more of these freely available online, especially the ones >from
1912-1917 which should be very straightforward.

Bob Lenk
Greeley, Colorado, US

On 3/23/2018 7:43 AM, Henry Wellisch <wellisch12@gmail.com> wrote:
The digitized records are available on the familysearch website from
1826 to 1911,  but I cannot find the records between on this website
between 1911 and 1938. Are they hidden on this website somewhere?
Henry Wellisch
Toronto


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech ViewMate translation request - German script #austria-czech

ghp.jwg68@...
 

I wonder if someone could please translate the first and last parts of
ViewMate image no. 66137 into English. Unfortunately my limited German
skills and the handwriting used in the record combine to make this
request necessary. The image can be seen at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM66137.

I'm trying to find out about Marie's father, Ludwig Eisner, who is
proving quite elusive. In the birth record at the top I can translate
most of the mother's section myself but I'm having more trouble with
the father's section. I don't think Ludwig is mentioned.

Marie was considered illegitimate at the time of her birth in 1847 as
was her mother, Josefa Koretz, born Gans. The bottom of the page,
written after the Familiant laws were repealed, seems to have some
relevant information about Ludwig but the handwriting to too much for
me so if anyone can help with the translation, I would be very
grateful.

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

George Pollard
UK


Russian translation #lithuania

Linda Cantor
 

I've posted two images of a passport on Viewmate. They were used on a
journey >from Uzpaliai, Lithuania (Ushpol) to England by David
Wolowitsch. I would like to know what the images say.

https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=66187
and
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=66188

Thanks
Linda Cantor

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Russian translation #lithuania

Linda Cantor
 

I've posted two images of a passport on Viewmate. They were used on a
journey >from Uzpaliai, Lithuania (Ushpol) to England by David
Wolowitsch. I would like to know what the images say.

https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=66187
and
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=66188

Thanks
Linda Cantor

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


Vital Records - Polish Translation Request #poland

Nomi Waksberg <nwaksberg@...>
 

Hag Sameach

The following vital record is in Polish. I believe it is for my great
great paternal grandfather >from Szydlowiec.
I'd appreciate your help in confirming and translating.

Please note note date of event, names, ages and occupations of all
parties, including brides family name,
if in-laws are noted, please include their names.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM66035

Please respond using the online ViewMate form.
Thank you in advance for your valuable time and help.

Nomi Waksberg

Researching Family Names:
FISZENFLED, BRAUN, WAKSBERG, ROZENBLAT,
FRYDMAN, ZINGER, WOLKOWICZ, RYGIEL, KLAJNBART


JRI Poland #Poland Vital Records - Polish Translation Request #poland

Nomi Waksberg <nwaksberg@...>
 

Hag Sameach

The following vital record is in Polish. I believe it is for my great
great paternal grandfather >from Szydlowiec.
I'd appreciate your help in confirming and translating.

Please note note date of event, names, ages and occupations of all
parties, including brides family name,
if in-laws are noted, please include their names.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM66035

Please respond using the online ViewMate form.
Thank you in advance for your valuable time and help.

Nomi Waksberg

Researching Family Names:
FISZENFLED, BRAUN, WAKSBERG, ROZENBLAT,
FRYDMAN, ZINGER, WOLKOWICZ, RYGIEL, KLAJNBART


Updated information from Marilyn Robinson about her blog postings #general

Marilyn Robinson <jewishgemblog@...>
 

Hi Genners,
I haven't updated my blog postings information here since August,
2017. There's some interesting "stuff" that's now available on my blog
at: http://YourJewishGem.blogspot.com :

1800-1903 Poland: Jewish Converts to Christianity (a partial list,
including Christian & Jewish names, parents, location, dates, etc.)
Warsaw: Central Archives of Historical Records
Litzmannstadt Ghetto, Lodz Poland

1876-1914 Olita (Alytus): A few Jewish Names
1882 Vladislav/Kudirkos Nauiestis: Some Jewish Names
1893 Marijampole (Mariampol): Jewish Community
1889, 1890 Mariampol County: Balbieriskis, Prene, Names
1905 Bits & Pieces: Vilna Announcements
1905 Vilnius Province: Auction of City Real Estate
1905 Vilensk Regional Court: Jury Duty
1891 Vilnius: Jewish Children's Shelter & Jewish Almshouse

1870-1918 Russian Empire (Jewish) Landowners


1909-1910 Jewish Applications to Moscow University (#1)
1930-1940 Graduates of Gubkin Russian State University

1904-1905 Arkhangelsk: Jewish Exiles (#1)

1913 Novomoskovsk Synagogue: Marriages

Egypt: last Jews of Egypt

Cemeteries: Belarus & Ukraine & Others
1905 Lida: Right to Serve As Juror
1866-1881 Vitebsk Jewish Schools: Teachers
Mogilev Synagogue: Some Jewish Names
Burials: Zhitomir, Mstislavl

1895 Novorossiysk University: List of Students

Who Are They? Are These Your Relatives? (#5,#7)

1894-1895 Rostov-On-Don & Nakhichevan-On-Don

1900 Jewish Children's Orphanages & Asylums

1917-1918 Kharkov: List of Jewish Candidates (#1)
1816 Revisionist Census: jewish Burghers
1865-1895 Odessa Society of Fine Arts
1905 Mykolayiv/Nikolayev Pogrom
1859 Odessa Merchants (#6)
1870 Lviv Gazette: Announcement Section

World War II, Kirov Evacuation Hospitals: Doctors & Pharmacists (#1,#2)

1938-1943 USSR Division Awards: List of Names

1880-1919 Nerchinsk Penal Colony: Names

Happy Digging!
Marilyn Robinson
Florida


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Updated information from Marilyn Robinson about her blog postings #general

Marilyn Robinson <jewishgemblog@...>
 

Hi Genners,
I haven't updated my blog postings information here since August,
2017. There's some interesting "stuff" that's now available on my blog
at: http://YourJewishGem.blogspot.com :

1800-1903 Poland: Jewish Converts to Christianity (a partial list,
including Christian & Jewish names, parents, location, dates, etc.)
Warsaw: Central Archives of Historical Records
Litzmannstadt Ghetto, Lodz Poland

1876-1914 Olita (Alytus): A few Jewish Names
1882 Vladislav/Kudirkos Nauiestis: Some Jewish Names
1893 Marijampole (Mariampol): Jewish Community
1889, 1890 Mariampol County: Balbieriskis, Prene, Names
1905 Bits & Pieces: Vilna Announcements
1905 Vilnius Province: Auction of City Real Estate
1905 Vilensk Regional Court: Jury Duty
1891 Vilnius: Jewish Children's Shelter & Jewish Almshouse

1870-1918 Russian Empire (Jewish) Landowners


1909-1910 Jewish Applications to Moscow University (#1)
1930-1940 Graduates of Gubkin Russian State University

1904-1905 Arkhangelsk: Jewish Exiles (#1)

1913 Novomoskovsk Synagogue: Marriages

Egypt: last Jews of Egypt

Cemeteries: Belarus & Ukraine & Others
1905 Lida: Right to Serve As Juror
1866-1881 Vitebsk Jewish Schools: Teachers
Mogilev Synagogue: Some Jewish Names
Burials: Zhitomir, Mstislavl

1895 Novorossiysk University: List of Students

Who Are They? Are These Your Relatives? (#5,#7)

1894-1895 Rostov-On-Don & Nakhichevan-On-Don

1900 Jewish Children's Orphanages & Asylums

1917-1918 Kharkov: List of Jewish Candidates (#1)
1816 Revisionist Census: jewish Burghers
1865-1895 Odessa Society of Fine Arts
1905 Mykolayiv/Nikolayev Pogrom
1859 Odessa Merchants (#6)
1870 Lviv Gazette: Announcement Section

World War II, Kirov Evacuation Hospitals: Doctors & Pharmacists (#1,#2)

1938-1943 USSR Division Awards: List of Names

1880-1919 Nerchinsk Penal Colony: Names

Happy Digging!
Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Potchefstroom Kehilalink, South Africa #general

Eli Rabinowitz
 

Hi All

I am pleased to advise that the Potchefstroom Kehilalink website is now =\
up and running at:

https://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/potchefstroom

This website celebrates past Jewish life in Potchefstroom.

If you have connections to this community, please contact me at eli@elirab.com

I am always on the lookout for more clippings, photos, stories and =
memoirs to add to the kehilalink.

My own website and blog is located at elirab.me

The links to my 81 kehilalinks are found here:

elirab.me/kehila

Breakdown:
Lithuania 35
Poland 7
Belarus 6
Germany 2
Latvia 2
Estonia 1
Russia 2
South Africa 20
Mauritius 1
Mocambique 1
China 1
Australia 3


Best regards

Eli Rabinowitz
Perth, Australia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Potchefstroom Kehilalink, South Africa #general

Eli Rabinowitz
 

Hi All

I am pleased to advise that the Potchefstroom Kehilalink website is now =\
up and running at:

https://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/potchefstroom

This website celebrates past Jewish life in Potchefstroom.

If you have connections to this community, please contact me at eli@elirab.com

I am always on the lookout for more clippings, photos, stories and =
memoirs to add to the kehilalink.

My own website and blog is located at elirab.me

The links to my 81 kehilalinks are found here:

elirab.me/kehila

Breakdown:
Lithuania 35
Poland 7
Belarus 6
Germany 2
Latvia 2
Estonia 1
Russia 2
South Africa 20
Mauritius 1
Mocambique 1
China 1
Australia 3


Best regards

Eli Rabinowitz
Perth, Australia


Miriam Weiner Archival Database open for your use #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear Bessarabers,

I am very glad to announce to you an opening of a new Bessarabia SIG
database - "Miriam Weiner Archival Database". It has been two years since
Miriam Weiner donated her research material on Bessarabia/Moldova to
Bessarabia SIG. We are grateful to Miriam for a terrific gift, she
collected for many years in Archives of the Republic of Moldova. You may
know one of Miriam's published books: "Jewish Roots in Ukraine and
Moldova", YIVO, New York, 1999, so, articles, maps and photos >from that book
related to Moldova you can find at our website at
https://www.jewishgen.org/bessarabia/TPL_Base.asp?id=13.

The new database is a collection of names in a variety of documents,
including Army registration, Zionist lists, Confirmation of Contracts, List
of Jews in Tiraspol Ghetto, School Documents and many others.

You can access the new database at Bessarabia SIG website
http://www.jewishgen.org/bessarabia. Go to section Databases / Miriam
Weiner Collection database. You are now at the Search Page, and to help you
find out what data is available, and how to use effectively the database and
search for records, please read FAQ article, and Introduction.

There are 942 records with 67 images in the database now, and that is about
half of the total number of records. The rest of the records are going to
be uploaded in following months.

I would like to thank all volunteers who translated, transcribed, formatted
information. This project was started by members of a local Bessarabia SIG
group at Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Boston: Fay Bussgang,
Roberta Jaffer, Jill Roff, Gilda Brookman, Helaine Livingstone, Florence
Schumacher. Also working on the project are Inna Vayner and Ana-Maria Nica,
Romania.

Special thanks to Ariel Parkansky, Bessarabia SIG Information System
Director, who created necessary software to process and display records,
worked long hours to make this a reality.

Please let me if you have any questions.

Yefim Kogan
Project Leader for Miriam Weiner Archival Database project
JewishGen/Bessarabia SIG Leader and Coordinator


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Miriam Weiner Archival Database open for your use #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear Bessarabers,

I am very glad to announce to you an opening of a new Bessarabia SIG
database - "Miriam Weiner Archival Database". It has been two years since
Miriam Weiner donated her research material on Bessarabia/Moldova to
Bessarabia SIG. We are grateful to Miriam for a terrific gift, she
collected for many years in Archives of the Republic of Moldova. You may
know one of Miriam's published books: "Jewish Roots in Ukraine and
Moldova", YIVO, New York, 1999, so, articles, maps and photos >from that book
related to Moldova you can find at our website at
https://www.jewishgen.org/bessarabia/TPL_Base.asp?id=13.

The new database is a collection of names in a variety of documents,
including Army registration, Zionist lists, Confirmation of Contracts, List
of Jews in Tiraspol Ghetto, School Documents and many others.

You can access the new database at Bessarabia SIG website
http://www.jewishgen.org/bessarabia. Go to section Databases / Miriam
Weiner Collection database. You are now at the Search Page, and to help you
find out what data is available, and how to use effectively the database and
search for records, please read FAQ article, and Introduction.

There are 942 records with 67 images in the database now, and that is about
half of the total number of records. The rest of the records are going to
be uploaded in following months.

I would like to thank all volunteers who translated, transcribed, formatted
information. This project was started by members of a local Bessarabia SIG
group at Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Boston: Fay Bussgang,
Roberta Jaffer, Jill Roff, Gilda Brookman, Helaine Livingstone, Florence
Schumacher. Also working on the project are Inna Vayner and Ana-Maria Nica,
Romania.

Special thanks to Ariel Parkansky, Bessarabia SIG Information System
Director, who created necessary software to process and display records,
worked long hours to make this a reality.

Please let me if you have any questions.

Yefim Kogan
Project Leader for Miriam Weiner Archival Database project
JewishGen/Bessarabia SIG Leader and Coordinator


Miriam Weiner Archival Database open for your use #general

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear Bessarabers,

I am very glad to announce to you an opening of a new Bessarabia SIG
database - "Miriam Weiner Archival Database". It has been two years since
Miriam Weiner donated her research material on Bessarabia/Moldova to
Bessarabia SIG. We are grateful to Miriam for a terrific gift, she
collected for many years in Archives of the Republic of Moldova. You may
know one of Miriam's published books: "Jewish Roots in Ukraine and
Moldova", YIVO, New York, 1999, so, articles, maps and photos >from that book
related to Moldova you can find at our website at
https://www.jewishgen.org/bessarabia/TPL_Base.asp?id=13.

The new database is a collection of names in a variety of documents,
including Army registration, Zionist lists, Confirmation of Contracts, List
of Jews in Tiraspol Ghetto, School Documents and many others.

You can access the new database at Bessarabia SIG website
http://www.jewishgen.org/bessarabia. Go to section Databases / Miriam
Weiner Collection database. You are now at the Search Page, and to help you
find out what data is available, and how to use effectively the database and
search for records, please read FAQ article, and Introduction.

There are 942 records with 67 images in the database now, and that is about
half of the total number of records. The rest of the records are going to
be uploaded in following months.

I would like to thank all volunteers who translated, transcribed, formatted
information. This project was started by members of a local Bessarabia SIG
group at Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Boston: Fay Bussgang,
Roberta Jaffer, Jill Roff, Gilda Brookman, Helaine Livingstone, Florence
Schumacher. Also working on the project are Inna Vayner and Ana-Maria Nica,
Romania.

Special thanks to Ariel Parkansky, Bessarabia SIG Information System
Director, who created necessary software to process and display records,
worked long hours to make this a reality.

Please let me if you have any questions.

Yefim Kogan
Project Leader for Miriam Weiner Archival Database project
JewishGen/Bessarabia SIG Leader and Coordinator


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Miriam Weiner Archival Database open for your use #general

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear Bessarabers,

I am very glad to announce to you an opening of a new Bessarabia SIG
database - "Miriam Weiner Archival Database". It has been two years since
Miriam Weiner donated her research material on Bessarabia/Moldova to
Bessarabia SIG. We are grateful to Miriam for a terrific gift, she
collected for many years in Archives of the Republic of Moldova. You may
know one of Miriam's published books: "Jewish Roots in Ukraine and
Moldova", YIVO, New York, 1999, so, articles, maps and photos >from that book
related to Moldova you can find at our website at
https://www.jewishgen.org/bessarabia/TPL_Base.asp?id=13.

The new database is a collection of names in a variety of documents,
including Army registration, Zionist lists, Confirmation of Contracts, List
of Jews in Tiraspol Ghetto, School Documents and many others.

You can access the new database at Bessarabia SIG website
http://www.jewishgen.org/bessarabia. Go to section Databases / Miriam
Weiner Collection database. You are now at the Search Page, and to help you
find out what data is available, and how to use effectively the database and
search for records, please read FAQ article, and Introduction.

There are 942 records with 67 images in the database now, and that is about
half of the total number of records. The rest of the records are going to
be uploaded in following months.

I would like to thank all volunteers who translated, transcribed, formatted
information. This project was started by members of a local Bessarabia SIG
group at Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Boston: Fay Bussgang,
Roberta Jaffer, Jill Roff, Gilda Brookman, Helaine Livingstone, Florence
Schumacher. Also working on the project are Inna Vayner and Ana-Maria Nica,
Romania.

Special thanks to Ariel Parkansky, Bessarabia SIG Information System
Director, who created necessary software to process and display records,
worked long hours to make this a reality.

Please let me if you have any questions.

Yefim Kogan
Project Leader for Miriam Weiner Archival Database project
JewishGen/Bessarabia SIG Leader and Coordinator


Russian translation #general

Linda Cantor
 

I've posted two images of a passport on Viewmate. They were used on a
journey >from Uzpaliai, Lithuania (Ushpol) to England by David
Wolowitsch. I would like to know what the images say.

https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=66187
and
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=66188

Thanks
Linda Cantor


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Russian translation #general

Linda Cantor
 

I've posted two images of a passport on Viewmate. They were used on a
journey >from Uzpaliai, Lithuania (Ushpol) to England by David
Wolowitsch. I would like to know what the images say.

https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=66187
and
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=66188

Thanks
Linda Cantor

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