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Obtaining records from Auschwitz/UHM #general

Sara Wenger <sara_wenger@...>
 

Dear All,

I'm wondering if anyone has had experience lately
getting records >from Auschwitz and/or the US holocaust
museum.

I have emailed both of them (about a month ago) and
haven't heard back. Any tips?

I sent the Auschwitz archives the tatoo number of the
person I want records for as well as a last name to
check for records of famiy members of the tatooed
prisoner.

Any tips appreciated.

Sara Wenger


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Obtaining records from Auschwitz/UHM #general

Sara Wenger <sara_wenger@...>
 

Dear All,

I'm wondering if anyone has had experience lately
getting records >from Auschwitz and/or the US holocaust
museum.

I have emailed both of them (about a month ago) and
haven't heard back. Any tips?

I sent the Auschwitz archives the tatoo number of the
person I want records for as well as a last name to
check for records of famiy members of the tatooed
prisoner.

Any tips appreciated.

Sara Wenger


Surname Search of the Metric Books (Birth, marriage, death) for Brest #belarus

Larry Schenker <lpsca@...>
 

Surname Search of the Metric Books (Birth, marriage, death) for Brest

I want to thank all of you who have given me feedback about the Green
Castle Agency, Vilnius, Lithuania. I received 11 favorable responses and
0 negative responses.

I am going to authorize the Green Castle Agency to do a search for the
Surname BINEMBAUM or any close transliteration of that Surname from
Brest.

If anyone desires to add additional Surnames to this search, I can ask
Green Castle if they can do all the searches at the same time. This
might save us all some money. However, we would have to be certain that
your family came >from a village that was considered as part of the Brest
Jewish Community.

Green Castle informed me that there are more than 30 Metric Books in the
NATIONAL HISTORICAL ARCHIVES OF BELARUS in Minsk that contain birth,
marriage and death entries for the Brest Jewish Community for the period
of 1895 - 1915. They quoted me a cost for a search of the Surname
BINEMBAUM of US $100, plus costs of coping, translations, mailing the
results back to the United States and the cost of converting the US
Dollars to Lithuania Litas. They said that they would complete the
project within 30 days of the receipt of my payment.

LARRY SCHENKER
WILSHIRE BOULEVARD
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
TEL: 310 441-1488
E-MAIL: LPSCA@EARTHLINK.NET


Belarus SIG #Belarus Surname Search of the Metric Books (Birth, marriage, death) for Brest #belarus

Larry Schenker <lpsca@...>
 

Surname Search of the Metric Books (Birth, marriage, death) for Brest

I want to thank all of you who have given me feedback about the Green
Castle Agency, Vilnius, Lithuania. I received 11 favorable responses and
0 negative responses.

I am going to authorize the Green Castle Agency to do a search for the
Surname BINEMBAUM or any close transliteration of that Surname from
Brest.

If anyone desires to add additional Surnames to this search, I can ask
Green Castle if they can do all the searches at the same time. This
might save us all some money. However, we would have to be certain that
your family came >from a village that was considered as part of the Brest
Jewish Community.

Green Castle informed me that there are more than 30 Metric Books in the
NATIONAL HISTORICAL ARCHIVES OF BELARUS in Minsk that contain birth,
marriage and death entries for the Brest Jewish Community for the period
of 1895 - 1915. They quoted me a cost for a search of the Surname
BINEMBAUM of US $100, plus costs of coping, translations, mailing the
results back to the United States and the cost of converting the US
Dollars to Lithuania Litas. They said that they would complete the
project within 30 days of the receipt of my payment.

LARRY SCHENKER
WILSHIRE BOULEVARD
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
TEL: 310 441-1488
E-MAIL: LPSCA@EARTHLINK.NET


Re: [ukraine] Frequency of Finding Age Discrepancies #belarus

Elina Smirnova <smirnova-elina@...>
 

Michelle

Revizskie Skazki do have 2 columns, but the first one gives the age for the
previous revizion, and the second one gives age for the current revizion.
Where did you see other variant? Revizskie skazki was an official document,
you can compare ages in them with other revizions.

Elina Smirnova

It is interesting that the Reviskii Staskii (sp?) have a
twin-set of columns relating to age. Loosely translated: "Age by
Documents/Records" and "Age by Appearance."

Michelle Frager, NY area


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: [ukraine] Frequency of Finding Age Discrepancies #belarus

Elina Smirnova <smirnova-elina@...>
 

Michelle

Revizskie Skazki do have 2 columns, but the first one gives the age for the
previous revizion, and the second one gives age for the current revizion.
Where did you see other variant? Revizskie skazki was an official document,
you can compare ages in them with other revizions.

Elina Smirnova

It is interesting that the Reviskii Staskii (sp?) have a
twin-set of columns relating to age. Loosely translated: "Age by
Documents/Records" and "Age by Appearance."

Michelle Frager, NY area


Latvian Directory from 1936 #latvia

martha <martha@...>
 

Our member Marion Werle sent me the following information regarding
the location of the Latvian Directory >from 1936:


Sutro Library
480 Winston Drive
San Francisco, CA 94132
Directions:
Located on the North Campus of San Francisco State University, directly
behind (to the west of) the Stonestown Shopping Center. Free parking


Enjoy!
--
Martha Levinson Lev-Zion, Ph.D.
President, SIG Latvia

Enjoy the 24th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy!
Jerusalem, 4 - 9 July, 2004


Latvia SIG #Latvia Latvian Directory from 1936 #latvia

martha <martha@...>
 

Our member Marion Werle sent me the following information regarding
the location of the Latvian Directory >from 1936:


Sutro Library
480 Winston Drive
San Francisco, CA 94132
Directions:
Located on the North Campus of San Francisco State University, directly
behind (to the west of) the Stonestown Shopping Center. Free parking


Enjoy!
--
Martha Levinson Lev-Zion, Ph.D.
President, SIG Latvia

Enjoy the 24th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy!
Jerusalem, 4 - 9 July, 2004


Viewmate Assistance Requested: VM 3138 #ukraine

Jerry Mandelstam <jmande@...>
 

Hi fellow-genners!

I would greatly appreciate any assistance and your opinion of this
Viewmate file:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3138.

This is a photo/postcard of a relative of mine named Leon Mandelstam.
The cards inscription under the photo says "To my dear and beloved
brother Boris, >from L. Mandelstam." He sent this card >from Langensalza,
Germany to his "brother" Boris in Chicago, IL...year unknown. It may
have been >from a POW camp.

My questions include whether anyone recognizes this uniform Leon is
wearing with its wide epaulets and big gold buttons and/or the era that
this appears to be from. Sorry for the quality of this photo, but what
strikes me as odd is that this uniform does not appear to have the large
military breast pockets with flaps that many others I've seen like it
seem to have.

Any help would be appreciated!

Please respond privately to jmande@ev1.net.

Jerry Mandelstam
Flower Mound, TX

Researching: MANDELSTAM, MANDELSTAMM, MANDELSHTAM (Zhagare, Lithuania;
Mogilev, Byeloruss; Zhovnino, Zolotonoshsky uezd, Poltava Gubernia;
Saratov, Russia.) GOLD, GOLDTS, GOLDTZ (Odessa)


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Viewmate Assistance Requested: VM 3138 #ukraine

Jerry Mandelstam <jmande@...>
 

Hi fellow-genners!

I would greatly appreciate any assistance and your opinion of this
Viewmate file:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3138.

This is a photo/postcard of a relative of mine named Leon Mandelstam.
The cards inscription under the photo says "To my dear and beloved
brother Boris, >from L. Mandelstam." He sent this card >from Langensalza,
Germany to his "brother" Boris in Chicago, IL...year unknown. It may
have been >from a POW camp.

My questions include whether anyone recognizes this uniform Leon is
wearing with its wide epaulets and big gold buttons and/or the era that
this appears to be from. Sorry for the quality of this photo, but what
strikes me as odd is that this uniform does not appear to have the large
military breast pockets with flaps that many others I've seen like it
seem to have.

Any help would be appreciated!

Please respond privately to jmande@ev1.net.

Jerry Mandelstam
Flower Mound, TX

Researching: MANDELSTAM, MANDELSTAMM, MANDELSHTAM (Zhagare, Lithuania;
Mogilev, Byeloruss; Zhovnino, Zolotonoshsky uezd, Poltava Gubernia;
Saratov, Russia.) GOLD, GOLDTS, GOLDTZ (Odessa)


Jewish Societies in US #ukraine

TaxTroll@...
 

I'm not sure if this is the correct forum for this question but I didn't
know where else to start.

I have ancestors who emigrated >from Kiev gubernia ca 1905. I was recently
contacted by someone who is most likely my 4th cousin whose ancesters also
came >from Kiev gubernia. The story they tell me is that my gg-uncle
C. Israel LUTSKY went to Paris in 1918 as a representative of one of
the Jewish societies here in the US to meet and escort a large group
of cousins (and maybe other immigrants) to the US.

I was wondering if anyone else had experiences with this in their families
or knows which societies in the NYC/Brooklyn area offered this assistance.
Did the membership of these societies mainly consist of immigrants with
common background, >from the same town/city/region? If yes, does anyone
have any ideas which society might have been involved here with these
Kiev immigrants? Are any records available to substantiate and add detail
to these stories?

thanks in advance for any help

Sharon Klein
Acworth, GA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Jewish Societies in US #ukraine

TaxTroll@...
 

I'm not sure if this is the correct forum for this question but I didn't
know where else to start.

I have ancestors who emigrated >from Kiev gubernia ca 1905. I was recently
contacted by someone who is most likely my 4th cousin whose ancesters also
came >from Kiev gubernia. The story they tell me is that my gg-uncle
C. Israel LUTSKY went to Paris in 1918 as a representative of one of
the Jewish societies here in the US to meet and escort a large group
of cousins (and maybe other immigrants) to the US.

I was wondering if anyone else had experiences with this in their families
or knows which societies in the NYC/Brooklyn area offered this assistance.
Did the membership of these societies mainly consist of immigrants with
common background, >from the same town/city/region? If yes, does anyone
have any ideas which society might have been involved here with these
Kiev immigrants? Are any records available to substantiate and add detail
to these stories?

thanks in advance for any help

Sharon Klein
Acworth, GA


Re: Dnepropetrovsk Archives Contact Info Needed #ukraine

Hilary Henkin <hilcat@...>
 

Dear Paul,
The Dnepropetrovsk Archives has a spotty history in granting access
to its records.

In 2000, they created a website
< http://www.sadr.com.ua/page1.html >, which included a means to
request records for genealogy purposes.
That Summer and Fall, several of us who had requested records
received letters stating the cost to begin each search, and how
to transfer the funds. The bank information in my letter was
not complete enough to make the transfer, so I wrote (email and
ground mail) to them asking for the needed information.
I never heard >from them. The website isn't there anymore.

In 2002, a member of my local JGS casually mentioned he'd gotten
records >from those archives just by sending a regular check.
He seemed to have had no difficulty. I took a chance and sent
them a "gift cheque" (like a traveler's cheque) for the amount
they'd requested earlier (which wasn't much). I never got any
response.

On the other hand, the director of the Kiev Archives is so
accessible, she has spoken at our Jewish Genealogy conferences.

The Archives of the Ukraine has a website, but it's currently
in Cyrllic -- < http://www.archives.gov.ua >.

So unless we have new information, you'd have to hire a private
company to do research. Not inexpensive.

Hilary Henkin


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Dnepropetrovsk Archives Contact Info Needed #ukraine

Hilary Henkin <hilcat@...>
 

Dear Paul,
The Dnepropetrovsk Archives has a spotty history in granting access
to its records.

In 2000, they created a website
< http://www.sadr.com.ua/page1.html >, which included a means to
request records for genealogy purposes.
That Summer and Fall, several of us who had requested records
received letters stating the cost to begin each search, and how
to transfer the funds. The bank information in my letter was
not complete enough to make the transfer, so I wrote (email and
ground mail) to them asking for the needed information.
I never heard >from them. The website isn't there anymore.

In 2002, a member of my local JGS casually mentioned he'd gotten
records >from those archives just by sending a regular check.
He seemed to have had no difficulty. I took a chance and sent
them a "gift cheque" (like a traveler's cheque) for the amount
they'd requested earlier (which wasn't much). I never got any
response.

On the other hand, the director of the Kiev Archives is so
accessible, she has spoken at our Jewish Genealogy conferences.

The Archives of the Ukraine has a website, but it's currently
in Cyrllic -- < http://www.archives.gov.ua >.

So unless we have new information, you'd have to hire a private
company to do research. Not inexpensive.

Hilary Henkin


Re: Zolotonosha #ukraine

NFatouros@...
 

In a message dated 11/25/03 8:45:46 PM, Mike Jaron (jaron@telerama.com)
writes:

<< I recently had some information verified as to where my grandparents
came from!! They came >from a village outside of Zolotonosha called MALYE
KANEVTSY. I would be interested in hearing >from anyone who might provide
some more information about this Shtetl!>>

I did not have much luck finding information in my usual printed resources
about Malye or Malyye Kanevtsy. I did learn >from the Internet that there
is or was also a Bolshiye (Big) Kanevtsy, as well as a Velikiye (great)
Kanevtsy, and that there is available some information about Kanev, a
small pictureque city in the region of Cherkassy.


My old Columbia-Lippincott Gazetteer says of Zolotonosha (Zolotonosza)
only that in 1926 it had a population of 15,482, located in the Poltava
oblast. It is 15 miles north of Cherkassy, and located on a rail
junction. Residents did flour milling,distilling, dairying and metal
working.
Chester G. Cohen's "Shtetl Finder Gazetteer" adds that it was the
birthplace of Ber Borochov, a leader of Paole Zion (the labor party) of
the Zionist movement.

My older edition of "Where We Once Walked" adds that Zolotonosha had a
pre-WWII Jewish population of 5,180.


When I used the "search this website" box at Jewishgen's main page for
Zolotonosha, I turned up several URLs for the Russian Jewish Encyclopedia
each showing the names of some people >from Zolotonosha. Another URL
appeared for an "infofile" regarding the Soviet Extraordinary Commission
which was formed after WWII to investigate property damage and record the
names of victims mentions that microfilms of the hand-written reports of
this Commission can be found at Yad Vashem and at the Holocaust Museum in
Washington, DC. Zolotonosha is one of the towns whose WWII records are
recorded on the microfilms. A little of Zolotosha's history and a
description of its cemetery can be found at Jewishgen's International
Jewish Cemetery Project. The town's Jewish community is thought to have
been formed in 1650.


Doing a "google" search for Zolotonosha turned up the Simon Wiesenthal
Center's article on this town; a time table for local trains for the
Zolotonosha station; and some URLs for the factory "Zlatogor" which
manufactures various liquors.

Also a URL appeared for the Association of Ukrainian Cities at which one
has to register before being able to read about Zolotosha's history, a
map, and photographs.

Another URL had an Isanti County News Report about schoolchildren who
have developed penpals with other children who live in Zolotonosha.
According to this report, the town now has about 30,000 residents. (Isanti
County is in Cambridge, Minnesota.)

Still another URL displayed one of the Trotsky's military writings in
which he complained of the attitude of the Ukrainian peasants' attitude
toward government. Within a short period of time, the peasants had
undergone the disrupting experiences of a succession of regimes. One
peasant who lived in Zolotonosha uvezd indicated that he had no need of
any regime!

An extraordinary number of URLs appeared which concerned matters
involving hemp and a certain kind of oil hemp seed which has been named
after the town. Eventually, I stopped clicking on all the URLs which
mentioned Zolotonosha because I have no personal interest in the town.

I did not find at Jewishgen or the Internet mention of Malye or Maly
Kanevtsy, except for one which was supposed to show its map coordinates
but failed to complete the list, but typing in Kanev Zolotonosha on the
Internet did not produce anything I thought was worth reporting here.

Whenever I do searches in books or online to satisfy my own interests or
those of other Jewish genners, what turns up on the Internet always
surprises and amazes me! Try it. You'll like it! Because I have learned
that my repeated searches for the same subject matters sometimes turn up
new information that had not previously been put online, I continue to use
the Internet as one of my first resources. Although Jewishgen often
expands on information relevant to Jews and their history, the Internet
itself should also be explored.


Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com

Researching: BELKOWSKY and BIELKOWSKY, Odessa,St. Petersburg and
Berdichev;ROTHSTEIN, Kremenchug; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SCHUTZ, RETTIG, WAHL,
Shcherets; LEVY, WEIL, Mulhouse; SAS or SASS,Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT,
Tarnopol, Podwolochisk, Berdichev; BEHAM, Salok and Kharkov; WOLPIANSKY,
Ostryna.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Zolotonosha #ukraine

NFatouros@...
 

In a message dated 11/25/03 8:45:46 PM, Mike Jaron (jaron@telerama.com)
writes:

<< I recently had some information verified as to where my grandparents
came from!! They came >from a village outside of Zolotonosha called MALYE
KANEVTSY. I would be interested in hearing >from anyone who might provide
some more information about this Shtetl!>>

I did not have much luck finding information in my usual printed resources
about Malye or Malyye Kanevtsy. I did learn >from the Internet that there
is or was also a Bolshiye (Big) Kanevtsy, as well as a Velikiye (great)
Kanevtsy, and that there is available some information about Kanev, a
small pictureque city in the region of Cherkassy.


My old Columbia-Lippincott Gazetteer says of Zolotonosha (Zolotonosza)
only that in 1926 it had a population of 15,482, located in the Poltava
oblast. It is 15 miles north of Cherkassy, and located on a rail
junction. Residents did flour milling,distilling, dairying and metal
working.
Chester G. Cohen's "Shtetl Finder Gazetteer" adds that it was the
birthplace of Ber Borochov, a leader of Paole Zion (the labor party) of
the Zionist movement.

My older edition of "Where We Once Walked" adds that Zolotonosha had a
pre-WWII Jewish population of 5,180.


When I used the "search this website" box at Jewishgen's main page for
Zolotonosha, I turned up several URLs for the Russian Jewish Encyclopedia
each showing the names of some people >from Zolotonosha. Another URL
appeared for an "infofile" regarding the Soviet Extraordinary Commission
which was formed after WWII to investigate property damage and record the
names of victims mentions that microfilms of the hand-written reports of
this Commission can be found at Yad Vashem and at the Holocaust Museum in
Washington, DC. Zolotonosha is one of the towns whose WWII records are
recorded on the microfilms. A little of Zolotosha's history and a
description of its cemetery can be found at Jewishgen's International
Jewish Cemetery Project. The town's Jewish community is thought to have
been formed in 1650.


Doing a "google" search for Zolotonosha turned up the Simon Wiesenthal
Center's article on this town; a time table for local trains for the
Zolotonosha station; and some URLs for the factory "Zlatogor" which
manufactures various liquors.

Also a URL appeared for the Association of Ukrainian Cities at which one
has to register before being able to read about Zolotosha's history, a
map, and photographs.

Another URL had an Isanti County News Report about schoolchildren who
have developed penpals with other children who live in Zolotonosha.
According to this report, the town now has about 30,000 residents. (Isanti
County is in Cambridge, Minnesota.)

Still another URL displayed one of the Trotsky's military writings in
which he complained of the attitude of the Ukrainian peasants' attitude
toward government. Within a short period of time, the peasants had
undergone the disrupting experiences of a succession of regimes. One
peasant who lived in Zolotonosha uvezd indicated that he had no need of
any regime!

An extraordinary number of URLs appeared which concerned matters
involving hemp and a certain kind of oil hemp seed which has been named
after the town. Eventually, I stopped clicking on all the URLs which
mentioned Zolotonosha because I have no personal interest in the town.

I did not find at Jewishgen or the Internet mention of Malye or Maly
Kanevtsy, except for one which was supposed to show its map coordinates
but failed to complete the list, but typing in Kanev Zolotonosha on the
Internet did not produce anything I thought was worth reporting here.

Whenever I do searches in books or online to satisfy my own interests or
those of other Jewish genners, what turns up on the Internet always
surprises and amazes me! Try it. You'll like it! Because I have learned
that my repeated searches for the same subject matters sometimes turn up
new information that had not previously been put online, I continue to use
the Internet as one of my first resources. Although Jewishgen often
expands on information relevant to Jews and their history, the Internet
itself should also be explored.


Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com

Researching: BELKOWSKY and BIELKOWSKY, Odessa,St. Petersburg and
Berdichev;ROTHSTEIN, Kremenchug; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SCHUTZ, RETTIG, WAHL,
Shcherets; LEVY, WEIL, Mulhouse; SAS or SASS,Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT,
Tarnopol, Podwolochisk, Berdichev; BEHAM, Salok and Kharkov; WOLPIANSKY,
Ostryna.


Re: Contacting the Dnepropetrovsk Archives #ukraine

Miriam Weiner
 

Dear Ukraine SIG members:
Regarding today's posting about contacting the Dnepropetrovsk Archives,
Paul Weiss wrote that he could not find the contact information on the
Routes to Roots Foundation website at www.rtrfoundation.org.
This information IS accessible and available on the website in several
different ways, including:
#1. At the above website, click on "News Alert" on the Home Page. There you
will see an update of new information added to the archive database and
also a section entitled "Announcements." Click on the entry relating the
Ukraine Archives. When you reach their website, there is a link
called "List of Archives" at the top of their Home Page which lists
contact info for ALL archives in Ukraine.
#2. On my website at www.rtrfoundation.org, when you search the archive
database, the search results for each record group include a link, ARCHIVE
NAME, to a page listing contact info or a link to the contact information.

If anyone has a problem with finding this information, please don't
hesitate to contact me and I'll be glad to help.

Miriam Weiner, President
Routes to Roots Foundation, Inc.
mweiner@routestoroots.com


Paul and Debbie Weiss <ancesthntr@hotmail.com> wrote in part:


My paternal GF and at least 2 previous generations of his family lived in
Dnepropetrovsk. I have hit a "brick wall" regarding BMD records and even
surnames for female ancestors but, according to Miriam Weiner's Routes to
Roots website, the Dnepropetrovsk Archives have these records. However,
the website only directs one to the Kiev Archives, and a search on
multiple web browsers didn't give me any hits for an English site for the
Dnepropetrovsk Archives. Does anyone know how to contact the
Dnepropetrovsk Archives?

Thanks, in advance, for any help offered.

Paul Weiss
San Antonio, Texas, USA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Contacting the Dnepropetrovsk Archives #ukraine

Miriam Weiner
 

Dear Ukraine SIG members:
Regarding today's posting about contacting the Dnepropetrovsk Archives,
Paul Weiss wrote that he could not find the contact information on the
Routes to Roots Foundation website at www.rtrfoundation.org.
This information IS accessible and available on the website in several
different ways, including:
#1. At the above website, click on "News Alert" on the Home Page. There you
will see an update of new information added to the archive database and
also a section entitled "Announcements." Click on the entry relating the
Ukraine Archives. When you reach their website, there is a link
called "List of Archives" at the top of their Home Page which lists
contact info for ALL archives in Ukraine.
#2. On my website at www.rtrfoundation.org, when you search the archive
database, the search results for each record group include a link, ARCHIVE
NAME, to a page listing contact info or a link to the contact information.

If anyone has a problem with finding this information, please don't
hesitate to contact me and I'll be glad to help.

Miriam Weiner, President
Routes to Roots Foundation, Inc.
mweiner@routestoroots.com


Paul and Debbie Weiss <ancesthntr@hotmail.com> wrote in part:


My paternal GF and at least 2 previous generations of his family lived in
Dnepropetrovsk. I have hit a "brick wall" regarding BMD records and even
surnames for female ancestors but, according to Miriam Weiner's Routes to
Roots website, the Dnepropetrovsk Archives have these records. However,
the website only directs one to the Kiev Archives, and a search on
multiple web browsers didn't give me any hits for an English site for the
Dnepropetrovsk Archives. Does anyone know how to contact the
Dnepropetrovsk Archives?

Thanks, in advance, for any help offered.

Paul Weiss
San Antonio, Texas, USA


Re: Frequency of Finding Age Discrepancies #romania

Elina Smirnova <smirnova-elina@...>
 

Michelle

Revizskie Skazki do have 2 columns, but the first one gives the age for the
previous revizion, and the second one gives age for the current revizion.
Where did you see other variant? Revizskie skazki was an official document,
you can compare ages in them with other revizions.

Elina Smirnova

It is interesting that the Reviskii Staskii (sp?) have a
twin-set of columns relating to age. Loosely translated: "Age by
Documents/Records" and "Age by Appearance."

Michelle Frager, NY area


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Frequency of Finding Age Discrepancies #ukraine

Elina Smirnova <smirnova-elina@...>
 

Michelle

Revizskie Skazki do have 2 columns, but the first one gives the age for the
previous revizion, and the second one gives age for the current revizion.
Where did you see other variant? Revizskie skazki was an official document,
you can compare ages in them with other revizions.

Elina Smirnova

It is interesting that the Reviskii Staskii (sp?) have a
twin-set of columns relating to age. Loosely translated: "Age by
Documents/Records" and "Age by Appearance."

Michelle Frager, NY area