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Bialystok City Vital Records #poland

Rolando Gail <rolandogail@...>
 

Hi, Mark, thanks a lot for your immediate answer.

English is not my first language, so , I apologize if I repeat something,
trying to confirm what I understood >from your mail.
Are you telling me that all the scanned images published by the Archives
(Those filmed by Mormons and the new ones, just scanned) are ALL already
indexed on the Jri-Poland project?
I thougth that no one were indexed, and I spent many, many hours trying to
found my surname on the images, one by one.... So stupid >from my side!!

But, on the other hand, these leads me to a lot of doubts.... Many, many
members of my family were born, married and dead at Bialystok between 1830
and 1910, more or less. And I only found one mention of it at JRI-POLAND
files, on the 1912 voter's list, for Elia GAIL. I know two different ways
my family wrote their surname: GAIL and GAJLO (with the dashed L in the
last way) Of course, I always look for both, and some variants.
Do you think I'm doing some other stupid thing that prevents me to find any
data on them?
I know that part of the family were at Bielsk Podlaski, not Bialystok. But
I know that many of them really lived there! I knew at least a couple of
addresses for them, and many family oral tradition speaks about Bialystok
city...
Any suggestion? Any other comment that could be of help?
Thanks a lot for your support.
Rolando Gail
Argentina



Hi Rolando:

First of all, nobody needs index pages because JRI-Poland has or will
index all the Bialystok records that are now online. JRI-Poland has
indexed all those records up through 1905. The 1906-1910 records are
being indexed and will be placed online sometime in the future when
fundraising to pay for this indexing is completed.

When JRI-Poland first started to index the Bialystok records that were
not microfilmed by the Mormons, we started with some index pages. We
found they were so unreliable that we scrapped that idea and started
indexing >from the actual register. We also know that many of the years
did not have index pages.

Some researchers may be familiar with the records of Congress Poland,
which are in narrative format and all or almost all have indexes in the
registers. This is not the case for Bialystok, which was in the Russian
Pale of Settlement and NOT in Congress Poland, which was a
semi-autonomous region controlled by Russia. Bialystok records are in
columnar format.

Mark Halpern
Bialystok Archive Coordinator

On 2016-07-09 19:25, Rolando Daniel Gail <rolandogail@...> wrote:

Hi, Mark, or whoever is able to answer this:
First of all, I'm grateful for the great service the Archives are doing
for Us, the genealogists. But... Can any of you tell me why the index
pages of each year (when available) are not being scanned, or at least,
published?
These would be a great help for all of Us.
Warmest regards >from Argentina
Rolando Gail


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Bialystok City Vital Records #poland

Rolando Gail <rolandogail@...>
 

Hi, Mark, thanks a lot for your immediate answer.

English is not my first language, so , I apologize if I repeat something,
trying to confirm what I understood >from your mail.
Are you telling me that all the scanned images published by the Archives
(Those filmed by Mormons and the new ones, just scanned) are ALL already
indexed on the Jri-Poland project?
I thougth that no one were indexed, and I spent many, many hours trying to
found my surname on the images, one by one.... So stupid >from my side!!

But, on the other hand, these leads me to a lot of doubts.... Many, many
members of my family were born, married and dead at Bialystok between 1830
and 1910, more or less. And I only found one mention of it at JRI-POLAND
files, on the 1912 voter's list, for Elia GAIL. I know two different ways
my family wrote their surname: GAIL and GAJLO (with the dashed L in the
last way) Of course, I always look for both, and some variants.
Do you think I'm doing some other stupid thing that prevents me to find any
data on them?
I know that part of the family were at Bielsk Podlaski, not Bialystok. But
I know that many of them really lived there! I knew at least a couple of
addresses for them, and many family oral tradition speaks about Bialystok
city...
Any suggestion? Any other comment that could be of help?
Thanks a lot for your support.
Rolando Gail
Argentina



Hi Rolando:

First of all, nobody needs index pages because JRI-Poland has or will
index all the Bialystok records that are now online. JRI-Poland has
indexed all those records up through 1905. The 1906-1910 records are
being indexed and will be placed online sometime in the future when
fundraising to pay for this indexing is completed.

When JRI-Poland first started to index the Bialystok records that were
not microfilmed by the Mormons, we started with some index pages. We
found they were so unreliable that we scrapped that idea and started
indexing >from the actual register. We also know that many of the years
did not have index pages.

Some researchers may be familiar with the records of Congress Poland,
which are in narrative format and all or almost all have indexes in the
registers. This is not the case for Bialystok, which was in the Russian
Pale of Settlement and NOT in Congress Poland, which was a
semi-autonomous region controlled by Russia. Bialystok records are in
columnar format.

Mark Halpern
Bialystok Archive Coordinator

On 2016-07-09 19:25, Rolando Daniel Gail <rolandogail@...> wrote:

Hi, Mark, or whoever is able to answer this:
First of all, I'm grateful for the great service the Archives are doing
for Us, the genealogists. But... Can any of you tell me why the index
pages of each year (when available) are not being scanned, or at least,
published?
These would be a great help for all of Us.
Warmest regards >from Argentina
Rolando Gail


Replies to list not sender #latvia

Arlene Beare
 

I would like to suggest that if you feel your reply to a help message will
be of use to other researchers that you send the reply to the list rather
than direct to the person asking for help.

Just add the list address to the recipient list of the post. A digest
subscriber should make sure all the quoted text in their reply is removed
except just enough of the original message to provide a context for the
reply, and also to change the subject of their message to refer to the
subject of the post they're responding to, rather than the default that
just says it's a reply to the digest.
Then add-
Please send your revised message to latvia@...

Arlene Beare UK
Samuels >from Krakow and/or Zychlin in Poland
Dorfman >from Birzai Lithuania and then Riga Latvia
Sher >from Pandelys Lithuania and then Riga Latvia
Berman >from Lygumai Lithuania and then Jekabpils Latvia


Latvia SIG #Latvia Replies to list not sender #latvia

Arlene Beare
 

I would like to suggest that if you feel your reply to a help message will
be of use to other researchers that you send the reply to the list rather
than direct to the person asking for help.

Just add the list address to the recipient list of the post. A digest
subscriber should make sure all the quoted text in their reply is removed
except just enough of the original message to provide a context for the
reply, and also to change the subject of their message to refer to the
subject of the post they're responding to, rather than the default that
just says it's a reply to the digest.
Then add-
Please send your revised message to latvia@...

Arlene Beare UK
Samuels >from Krakow and/or Zychlin in Poland
Dorfman >from Birzai Lithuania and then Riga Latvia
Sher >from Pandelys Lithuania and then Riga Latvia
Berman >from Lygumai Lithuania and then Jekabpils Latvia


Re: Bialystok City Vital Records #poland

Mark Halpern
 

Hi Rolando:

First of all, nobody needs index pages because JRI-Poland has or will
index all the Bialystok records that are now online. JRI-Poland has
indexed all those records up through 1905. The 1906-1910 records are
being indexed and will be placed online sometime in the future when
fundraising to pay for this indexing is completed.

When JRI-Poland first started to index the Bialystok records that were
not microfilmed by the Mormons, we started with some index pages. We
found they were so unreliable that we scrapped that idea and started
indexing >from the actual register. We also know that many of the years
did not have index pages.

Some researchers may be familiar with the records of Congress Poland,
which are in narrative format and all or almost all have indexes in the
registers. This is not the case for Bialystok, which was in the Russian
Pale of Settlement and NOT in Congress Poland, which was a
semi-autonomous region controlled by Russia. Bialystok records are in
columnar format.

Mark Halpern
Bialystok Archive Coordinator

On 2016-07-09 19:25, Rolando Daniel Gail <rolandogail@...> wrote:

Hi, Mark, or whoever is able to answer this:
First of all, I'm grateful for the great service the Archives are doing
for Us, the genealogists. But... Can any of you tell me why the index
pages of each year (when available) are not being scanned, or at least,
published?
These would be a great help for all of Us.
Warmest regards >from Argentina
Rolando Gail


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Re: Bialystok City Vital Records #poland

Mark Halpern
 

Hi Rolando:

First of all, nobody needs index pages because JRI-Poland has or will
index all the Bialystok records that are now online. JRI-Poland has
indexed all those records up through 1905. The 1906-1910 records are
being indexed and will be placed online sometime in the future when
fundraising to pay for this indexing is completed.

When JRI-Poland first started to index the Bialystok records that were
not microfilmed by the Mormons, we started with some index pages. We
found they were so unreliable that we scrapped that idea and started
indexing >from the actual register. We also know that many of the years
did not have index pages.

Some researchers may be familiar with the records of Congress Poland,
which are in narrative format and all or almost all have indexes in the
registers. This is not the case for Bialystok, which was in the Russian
Pale of Settlement and NOT in Congress Poland, which was a
semi-autonomous region controlled by Russia. Bialystok records are in
columnar format.

Mark Halpern
Bialystok Archive Coordinator

On 2016-07-09 19:25, Rolando Daniel Gail <rolandogail@...> wrote:

Hi, Mark, or whoever is able to answer this:
First of all, I'm grateful for the great service the Archives are doing
for Us, the genealogists. But... Can any of you tell me why the index
pages of each year (when available) are not being scanned, or at least,
published?
These would be a great help for all of Us.
Warmest regards >from Argentina
Rolando Gail


Still time to register for the IAJGS conference Aug 7-12 #lodz #poland

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

The annual IAJGS conference has become more of than just your run of the
mill conference. There are no longer merely lectures and workshops.
There are:
- Up to seven concurrent lectures and workshops during each time period
- A track on "Genealogy for Jewish Educators"
- Computer Workshops
- Special Interest Group Luncheons
- Gala Banquet
- Vendor exhibits
- The play, >from Door to Door, by the Seattle Jewish Theater Company.
- Film Festival
- Pre- and post-conference cruises
- Tours during the conference

Events stretch >from 7:30am to at least 10:00pm. There is a morning
minyan (religious service) at 7:10. It is truly an international
conference because there will be attendees >from more than 20 countries.
In addition, it is becoming more common for lecturers to be >from outside
the U.S.

Finally, if you cannot attend, but wish you could, there is LIVE!! This
allows the subscriber to watch some of the best programs on his/her
computer, tablet, or smartphone. LIVE! is, as the name suggests, live
streaming, but it is also available to subscribers for 90 days after the
end of the conference, "on-demand".

If you cannot make this year's conference, plan to attend the one next
year which will be in Orlando, Florida, July 23 - 28, 2017. It can
include pre- or post-conference visits to Disneyworld, which is just a
few miles away.

The conference website is at http://www.iajgs2016.org. Registration is
being accepted on-line until July 24. After July 24, if you'd like to
attend, you can register at the door.

See you in Seattle!
Conference Co-Chairs
Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Still time to register for the IAJGS conference Aug 7-12 #lodz #poland

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

The annual IAJGS conference has become more of than just your run of the
mill conference. There are no longer merely lectures and workshops.
There are:
- Up to seven concurrent lectures and workshops during each time period
- A track on "Genealogy for Jewish Educators"
- Computer Workshops
- Special Interest Group Luncheons
- Gala Banquet
- Vendor exhibits
- The play, >from Door to Door, by the Seattle Jewish Theater Company.
- Film Festival
- Pre- and post-conference cruises
- Tours during the conference

Events stretch >from 7:30am to at least 10:00pm. There is a morning
minyan (religious service) at 7:10. It is truly an international
conference because there will be attendees >from more than 20 countries.
In addition, it is becoming more common for lecturers to be >from outside
the U.S.

Finally, if you cannot attend, but wish you could, there is LIVE!! This
allows the subscriber to watch some of the best programs on his/her
computer, tablet, or smartphone. LIVE! is, as the name suggests, live
streaming, but it is also available to subscribers for 90 days after the
end of the conference, "on-demand".

If you cannot make this year's conference, plan to attend the one next
year which will be in Orlando, Florida, July 23 - 28, 2017. It can
include pre- or post-conference visits to Disneyworld, which is just a
few miles away.

The conference website is at http://www.iajgs2016.org. Registration is
being accepted on-line until July 24. After July 24, if you'd like to
attend, you can register at the door.

See you in Seattle!
Conference Co-Chairs
Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman


Still time to register for the IAJGS conference Aug 7-12 #lithuania

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

The annual IAJGS conference has become more of than just your run of the
mill conference. There are no longer merely lectures and workshops.
There are:
- Up to seven concurrent lectures and workshops during each time period
- A track on "Genealogy for Jewish Educators"
- Computer Workshops
- Special Interest Group Luncheons
- Gala Banquet
- Vendor exhibits
- The play, >from Door to Door, by the Seattle Jewish Theater Company.
- Film Festival
- Pre- and post-conference cruises
- Tours during the conference

Events stretch >from 7:30am to at least 10:00pm. There is a morning
minyan (religious service) at 7:10. It is truly an international
conference because there will be attendees >from more than 20 countries.
In addition, it is becoming more common for lecturers to be >from outside
the U.S.

Finally, if you cannot attend, but wish you could, there is LIVE!! This
allows the subscriber to watch some of the best programs on his/her
computer, tablet, or smartphone. LIVE! is, as the name suggests, live
streaming, but it is also available to subscribers for 90 days after the
end of the conference, "on-demand".

If you cannot make this year's conference, plan to attend the one next
year which will be in Orlando, Florida, July 23 - 28, 2017. It can
include pre- or post-conference visits to Disneyworld, which is just a
few miles away.

The conference website is at http://www.iajgs2016.org. Registration is
being accepted on-line until July 24. After July 24, if you'd like to
attend, you can register at the door.

See you in Seattle!
Conference Co-Chairs
Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Still time to register for the IAJGS conference Aug 7-12 #lithuania

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

The annual IAJGS conference has become more of than just your run of the
mill conference. There are no longer merely lectures and workshops.
There are:
- Up to seven concurrent lectures and workshops during each time period
- A track on "Genealogy for Jewish Educators"
- Computer Workshops
- Special Interest Group Luncheons
- Gala Banquet
- Vendor exhibits
- The play, >from Door to Door, by the Seattle Jewish Theater Company.
- Film Festival
- Pre- and post-conference cruises
- Tours during the conference

Events stretch >from 7:30am to at least 10:00pm. There is a morning
minyan (religious service) at 7:10. It is truly an international
conference because there will be attendees >from more than 20 countries.
In addition, it is becoming more common for lecturers to be >from outside
the U.S.

Finally, if you cannot attend, but wish you could, there is LIVE!! This
allows the subscriber to watch some of the best programs on his/her
computer, tablet, or smartphone. LIVE! is, as the name suggests, live
streaming, but it is also available to subscribers for 90 days after the
end of the conference, "on-demand".

If you cannot make this year's conference, plan to attend the one next
year which will be in Orlando, Florida, July 23 - 28, 2017. It can
include pre- or post-conference visits to Disneyworld, which is just a
few miles away.

The conference website is at http://www.iajgs2016.org. Registration is
being accepted on-line until July 24. After July 24, if you'd like to
attend, you can register at the door.

See you in Seattle!
Conference Co-Chairs
Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman


Still time to register for the IAJGS conference Aug 7-12 #poland

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

The annual IAJGS conference has become more of than just your run of the
mill conference. There are no longer merely lectures and workshops.
There are:
- Up to seven concurrent lectures and workshops during each time period
- A track on "Genealogy for Jewish Educators"
- Computer Workshops
- Special Interest Group Luncheons
- Gala Banquet
- Vendor exhibits
- The play, >from Door to Door, by the Seattle Jewish Theater Company.
- Film Festival
- Pre- and post-conference cruises
- Tours during the conference

Events stretch >from 7:30am to at least 10:00pm. There is a morning
minyan (religious service) at 7:10. It is truly an international
conference because there will be attendees >from more than 20 countries.
In addition, it is becoming more common for lecturers to be >from outside
the U.S.

Finally, if you cannot attend, but wish you could, there is LIVE!! This
allows the subscriber to watch some of the best programs on his/her
computer, tablet, or smartphone. LIVE! is, as the name suggests, live
streaming, but it is also available to subscribers for 90 days after the
end of the conference, "on-demand".

If you cannot make this year's conference, plan to attend the one next
year which will be in Orlando, Florida, July 23 - 28, 2017. It can
include pre- or post-conference visits to Disneyworld, which is just a
few miles away.

The conference website is at http://www.iajgs2016.org. Registration is
being accepted on-line until July 24. After July 24, if you'd like to
attend, you can register at the door.

See you in Seattle!
Conference Co-Chairs
Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman


JRI Poland #Poland Still time to register for the IAJGS conference Aug 7-12 #poland

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

The annual IAJGS conference has become more of than just your run of the
mill conference. There are no longer merely lectures and workshops.
There are:
- Up to seven concurrent lectures and workshops during each time period
- A track on "Genealogy for Jewish Educators"
- Computer Workshops
- Special Interest Group Luncheons
- Gala Banquet
- Vendor exhibits
- The play, >from Door to Door, by the Seattle Jewish Theater Company.
- Film Festival
- Pre- and post-conference cruises
- Tours during the conference

Events stretch >from 7:30am to at least 10:00pm. There is a morning
minyan (religious service) at 7:10. It is truly an international
conference because there will be attendees >from more than 20 countries.
In addition, it is becoming more common for lecturers to be >from outside
the U.S.

Finally, if you cannot attend, but wish you could, there is LIVE!! This
allows the subscriber to watch some of the best programs on his/her
computer, tablet, or smartphone. LIVE! is, as the name suggests, live
streaming, but it is also available to subscribers for 90 days after the
end of the conference, "on-demand".

If you cannot make this year's conference, plan to attend the one next
year which will be in Orlando, Florida, July 23 - 28, 2017. It can
include pre- or post-conference visits to Disneyworld, which is just a
few miles away.

The conference website is at http://www.iajgs2016.org. Registration is
being accepted on-line until July 24. After July 24, if you'd like to
attend, you can register at the door.

See you in Seattle!
Conference Co-Chairs
Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman


Polish translation guide author Judith Frazin to speak July 17, 2016, in Skokie, Illinois. #poland

Martin Fischer
 

Judith R. Frazin, the author of "A Translation Guide to 19th-Century Polish
-Language Civil Registration Documents (including Birth, Marriage and Death
Records)," will present a workshop program on 'Getting Started in
Genealogy' >from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, July 17, 2016, at Temple Beth Israel,
3601 Dempster St., Skokie, Ill. The program is free and open to the public.

Frazin, an experienced researcher and lecturer, will explain how to get
started in genealogy, how to interview relatives and how to use the public
library as a valuable resource. She will also identify internet and print
resources and explain what records are available, where they can be found
and what information they contain.

A genealogist for 45 years, Frazin is the author of three editions of
"A Translation Guide to 19th-Century Polish-Language Civil Registration
Documents (including Birth, Marriage and Death Records)." She has done
extensive research on all the branches of her family. She has written
a book about two of her family branches that has been distributed to
family members and she served as president of the Jewish Genealogical
Society of Illinois for 10 years.

For more information, phone 312-666-0100 or go to www.jgsi.org.

Submitted by:
Martin Fischer
Vice President-Publicity
Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois


JRI Poland #Poland Polish translation guide author Judith Frazin to speak July 17, 2016, in Skokie, Illinois. #poland

Martin Fischer
 

Judith R. Frazin, the author of "A Translation Guide to 19th-Century Polish
-Language Civil Registration Documents (including Birth, Marriage and Death
Records)," will present a workshop program on 'Getting Started in
Genealogy' >from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, July 17, 2016, at Temple Beth Israel,
3601 Dempster St., Skokie, Ill. The program is free and open to the public.

Frazin, an experienced researcher and lecturer, will explain how to get
started in genealogy, how to interview relatives and how to use the public
library as a valuable resource. She will also identify internet and print
resources and explain what records are available, where they can be found
and what information they contain.

A genealogist for 45 years, Frazin is the author of three editions of
"A Translation Guide to 19th-Century Polish-Language Civil Registration
Documents (including Birth, Marriage and Death Records)." She has done
extensive research on all the branches of her family. She has written
a book about two of her family branches that has been distributed to
family members and she served as president of the Jewish Genealogical
Society of Illinois for 10 years.

For more information, phone 312-666-0100 or go to www.jgsi.org.

Submitted by:
Martin Fischer
Vice President-Publicity
Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois


Re: ViewMate translation request - Russian #general

Jacob Hammer <magijak@...>
 

Dear Fellow Researchers,
I've posted 5 vital records in Russian, >from Bledow/Mogielnica, for
which I need extraction of all genealogical data (names, dates,
places). I'd appreciate as complete a translation as possible.

It is on ViewMate at the following addresses :

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49156
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49152
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49151
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49141
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49140

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much,
magijak@...

Jacob Hammer


JRI Poland #Poland RE: ViewMate translation request - Russian #poland

Jacob Hammer <magijak@...>
 

Dear Fellow Researchers,
I've posted 5 vital records in Russian, >from Bledow/Mogielnica, for
which I need extraction of all genealogical data (names, dates,
places). I'd appreciate as complete a translation as possible.

It is on ViewMate at the following addresses :

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49156
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49152
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49151
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49141
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49140

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much,
magijak@...

Jacob Hammer


new records from Dabrowa Tarnowska #poland

Howard Fink
 

I am very pleased to announce that JRI-Poland has just acquired more
vital records >from the Tarnow branch of the Polish State Archives from
the town of Dabrowa Tarnowska.

Our index of Dabrowa PSA data, which previously covered Births in
years up through 1913, has now been extended to the new limit of the
recent Polish privacy law changes. For the first time we have Marriage
and Death records >from this town, since no records of these types seem
to have survived >from the earlier years. JRI-Poland now has the index
of surviving records of those types up through 1935, and has also
acquired one more year of Births, >from 1915. This update adds about
1500 new vital records >from Dabrowa Tarnowska.

While not every year is present in this new data, many are:
Births: 1915
Marriages: 1915-1918, 1920-1935
Deaths: 1916-1917, 1919-1920, 1922, 1925-1926, 1929-1931, 1935
The missing years of Death records are not known to exist at this time;
The 1919 Marriages do exist, but are located in another archive branch.

Until JRI-Poland recovers the cost we have spent to acquire these
records this new data will not be available online. However, those who
make qualified contributions will get access to this data right away.

This is a new Dabrowa Tarnowska PSA Project (B 1915, MD 1915-1935).
The Qualifying Contribution required to access the data before it has
been fully funded (and becomes available online) is $75.

You can see our project status online:
http://jri-poland.org/town/dabrowa_tarnows.htm

Information about various ways of contributing can be found at:
http://jri-poland.org/support.htm
Please indicate the allocation of your contribution as
"Dabrowa Tarnowska PSA".

Please contact me if you would like to know if a (short) list of your
specific family members are present in this new data.

Howard Fink
genKnowHow@...
Tarnow Archives Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


JRI Poland #Poland new records from Dabrowa Tarnowska #poland

Howard Fink
 

I am very pleased to announce that JRI-Poland has just acquired more
vital records >from the Tarnow branch of the Polish State Archives from
the town of Dabrowa Tarnowska.

Our index of Dabrowa PSA data, which previously covered Births in
years up through 1913, has now been extended to the new limit of the
recent Polish privacy law changes. For the first time we have Marriage
and Death records >from this town, since no records of these types seem
to have survived >from the earlier years. JRI-Poland now has the index
of surviving records of those types up through 1935, and has also
acquired one more year of Births, >from 1915. This update adds about
1500 new vital records >from Dabrowa Tarnowska.

While not every year is present in this new data, many are:
Births: 1915
Marriages: 1915-1918, 1920-1935
Deaths: 1916-1917, 1919-1920, 1922, 1925-1926, 1929-1931, 1935
The missing years of Death records are not known to exist at this time;
The 1919 Marriages do exist, but are located in another archive branch.

Until JRI-Poland recovers the cost we have spent to acquire these
records this new data will not be available online. However, those who
make qualified contributions will get access to this data right away.

This is a new Dabrowa Tarnowska PSA Project (B 1915, MD 1915-1935).
The Qualifying Contribution required to access the data before it has
been fully funded (and becomes available online) is $75.

You can see our project status online:
http://jri-poland.org/town/dabrowa_tarnows.htm

Information about various ways of contributing can be found at:
http://jri-poland.org/support.htm
Please indicate the allocation of your contribution as
"Dabrowa Tarnowska PSA".

Please contact me if you would like to know if a (short) list of your
specific family members are present in this new data.

Howard Fink
genKnowHow@...
Tarnow Archives Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


ViewMate translation request German - Peter Reinitz house in Hranice #hungary

omri@...
 

Dear Group,

I have posted two documents found in the "Book of Homes" >from Hranice in
Moravia (available on Familysearch.org), which I think show Peter Reinitz
my GGGGF owning or selling a house. I would appreciate having a translation
or knowing any details about Peter Reinitz, his house transaction and his
relations with the Wolf family (which also shows up a lot in my research)
The Viewmate links are:
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=49262
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=49263

Thank you very much,
Omri Arnon,
Israel


ViewMate translation request German - Peter Reinitz house in Hranice #hungary

omri@...
 

Dear Group,

I have posted two documents found in the "Book of Homes" >from Hranice in
Moravia (available on Familysearch.org), which I think show Peter Reinitz
my GGGGF owning or selling a house. I would appreciate having a translation
or knowing any details about Peter Reinitz, his house transaction and his
relations with the Wolf family (which also shows up a lot in my research)
The Viewmate links are:
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=49262
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=49263

Thank you very much,
Omri Arnon,
Israel