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Re: cemetery in Izyaslav #ukraine

bob_rubin@...
 

Subject: Reply of Scott BECKER on cemetery in Izyaslav

Scott,

My SILBERMAN / SILVERMAN and WOLPER / WALPER families were >from Izyaslav.
If it is not too much trouble, I would love to see your photos.

Thanks.

Robert RUBIN MAYO
Madrid, Spain


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RE: cemetery in Izyaslav #ukraine

bob_rubin@...
 

Subject: Reply of Scott BECKER on cemetery in Izyaslav

Scott,

My SILBERMAN / SILVERMAN and WOLPER / WALPER families were >from Izyaslav.
If it is not too much trouble, I would love to see your photos.

Thanks.

Robert RUBIN MAYO
Madrid, Spain


Re: World War I --Influence on Our World,Culture and Our Lives #general

Roberta Sheps
 

I'm sure this error was a type on Merle's part, but the US
entered WWI in 1917, not 1916.

Roberta Sheps
Colchester, England

MODERATOR NOTE: Roberta may be referring to a post on 20th July 2014 by
Jan Meisels Allen.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: World War I --Influence on Our World,Culture and Our Lives #general

Roberta Sheps
 

I'm sure this error was a type on Merle's part, but the US
entered WWI in 1917, not 1916.

Roberta Sheps
Colchester, England

MODERATOR NOTE: Roberta may be referring to a post on 20th July 2014 by
Jan Meisels Allen.


Re: Seeking Carol Vogel #general

tom
 

Carole Vogel last posted a message to the jewishgen list, requesting
a viewmate translation, on april 2, 2014.

You can find stuff like that by searching the jewishgen discussion
group archives at: <http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/archive.htm>.
the text search includes the sender field, and you can filter by date
(i chose >from the beginning of 2014). The only thing it doesn't have
is the most recent messages (it is up to july 3 at the moment),
because they take a while to be archived.


....... tom klein, toronto

Neil Rosenstein <neil@tali.com> wrote:

I have an old email for Carol which bounced back. Can anyone help me
reach her?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Seeking Carol Vogel #general

tom
 

Carole Vogel last posted a message to the jewishgen list, requesting
a viewmate translation, on april 2, 2014.

You can find stuff like that by searching the jewishgen discussion
group archives at: <http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/archive.htm>.
the text search includes the sender field, and you can filter by date
(i chose >from the beginning of 2014). The only thing it doesn't have
is the most recent messages (it is up to july 3 at the moment),
because they take a while to be archived.


....... tom klein, toronto

Neil Rosenstein <neil@tali.com> wrote:

I have an old email for Carol which bounced back. Can anyone help me
reach her?


Re: Free Access to SSDI #general

Sarah L Meyer
 

Lois wants access to the SSDI for free. You can get access with the three
year delay and no place of last residence for the previous decade at www.
familysearch.org. You will need to do a somewhat broader search on death
but if the SSDI information is available for a given person, it will show up
in the results.

Sarah L M Christiansen
Georgetown, TX

snip....I used to be able to obtain this
information FREE of charge but I can no longer locate this site. I would
appreciate any and all help getting death index (SSDI) that is free.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Free Access to SSDI #general

Sarah L Meyer
 

Lois wants access to the SSDI for free. You can get access with the three
year delay and no place of last residence for the previous decade at www.
familysearch.org. You will need to do a somewhat broader search on death
but if the SSDI information is available for a given person, it will show up
in the results.

Sarah L M Christiansen
Georgetown, TX

snip....I used to be able to obtain this
information FREE of charge but I can no longer locate this site. I would
appreciate any and all help getting death index (SSDI) that is free.


Re: US Social Security Death Index #general

jbonline1111@...
 

It may be possible to access this data through a nearby public
library. Many have subscriptions to popular genealogy websites, which
may have this data.

Barbara Sloan
Wallingford, Ct

snip..........I used to be able to obtain this
information FREE of charge but I can no longer locate this site. I would
appreciate any and all help getting death index (SSDI) that is free.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: US Social Security Death Index #general

jbonline1111@...
 

It may be possible to access this data through a nearby public
library. Many have subscriptions to popular genealogy websites, which
may have this data.

Barbara Sloan
Wallingford, Ct

snip..........I used to be able to obtain this
information FREE of charge but I can no longer locate this site. I would
appreciate any and all help getting death index (SSDI) that is free.


Family Files in Central Archive in Vilnius, Lithuania? #general

Rachel S Goodman
 

Dear Genners,
My European cousin is traveling to Vilnius next week. His father's
family and my grandparents came >from Lida and Trakai districts prior
to the war. I know that very active translation of documents has taken
place by SIG members >from those areas.

Are there family files in the archive, with possible photos and
information that would not have been translated with the census,
marriage etc. lists? I have heard that such files could possibly
include internal passport applications, military registration
information and much more. My cousin wants to explore the archive in
the coming week, and see if those family files exist for our families.
He does not need a translator. Any information that you have would be
useful.

Very Best,
Rachel Goodman
Researching: DOMBLANSKI, GERSHOVSKY, REMZ, GORODISCH, KLAUSNER (Lida
and Trakai districts. Lithuania); ROSENBERG, MEIROVITZ (Zarasai
district, Lithuania and Dvinsk, Latvia); SPIEGEL, DARAZHINSKI (Tuchin,
Ukraine)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Family Files in Central Archive in Vilnius, Lithuania? #general

Rachel S Goodman
 

Dear Genners,
My European cousin is traveling to Vilnius next week. His father's
family and my grandparents came >from Lida and Trakai districts prior
to the war. I know that very active translation of documents has taken
place by SIG members >from those areas.

Are there family files in the archive, with possible photos and
information that would not have been translated with the census,
marriage etc. lists? I have heard that such files could possibly
include internal passport applications, military registration
information and much more. My cousin wants to explore the archive in
the coming week, and see if those family files exist for our families.
He does not need a translator. Any information that you have would be
useful.

Very Best,
Rachel Goodman
Researching: DOMBLANSKI, GERSHOVSKY, REMZ, GORODISCH, KLAUSNER (Lida
and Trakai districts. Lithuania); ROSENBERG, MEIROVITZ (Zarasai
district, Lithuania and Dvinsk, Latvia); SPIEGEL, DARAZHINSKI (Tuchin,
Ukraine)


MILLER #lithuania

Herbert Lazerow
 

<< I am trying to track my family origins in Lithuania. The surname Miller
doesn't appear on any of the passenger lists coming into Canada at the
time my grandfather Nathan Miller (1865-1947) came in 1884 with his wife
Dubbie Phillips Miller, along with a brother Moses.
They obviously had a European name, which was lost (one uncle thought it
might have been Milarsky another Midlarsky but that gets me nowhere.>>

Jack
You are on the right track.
Try Milner and similar names; also Phillips for Dubbie's sibs.
Bert
Herbert Lazerow
Professor of Law, University of San Diego
lazer@sandiego.edu=


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania MILLER #lithuania

Herbert Lazerow
 

<< I am trying to track my family origins in Lithuania. The surname Miller
doesn't appear on any of the passenger lists coming into Canada at the
time my grandfather Nathan Miller (1865-1947) came in 1884 with his wife
Dubbie Phillips Miller, along with a brother Moses.
They obviously had a European name, which was lost (one uncle thought it
might have been Milarsky another Midlarsky but that gets me nowhere.>>

Jack
You are on the right track.
Try Milner and similar names; also Phillips for Dubbie's sibs.
Bert
Herbert Lazerow
Professor of Law, University of San Diego
lazer@sandiego.edu=


Records Acquisition: Second Quarter 2014 #lithuania

Howard Margol
 

Following is a list of records, in the Lithuanian Archives, that were
translated by Litvak SIG during the months of April, May, and June, 2014.
It will be 18 months before these records will be added to the Litvak SIG
All Lithuania Database (ALD) and the Jewish Gen Lithuania Database.

The records are available now on the appropriate Litvak SIG District web
site. District Research Group contributors are able to see the records,
copy them if they wish, sort them alphabetically, etc.

To become part of a district research group, and gain immediate access
to newly translated records, a $100 contribution to Litvak SIG is required.
That is per district. In other words, if you are interested in two
districts, a $200 contribution is required. That is an extremely low cost
to obtain thousands of records. A qualifying contribution to a district
research group provides access to newly translated records for five
calendar years -- and, of course, helps support the cost of translation!

To contribute, go to www.litvaksig.org/contribute Scroll down to District
Research and select the district of your choice.

The only exception to the list of records is the Vilnius vital records.
The marriage, divorce, and death records for 1919-1940 have been translated
but will not be added to the Vilnius web site until the Vilnius DRG can pay
for the records. Unfortunately, the Vilnius research group does not have
the necessary funds to do this. You can help by making a contribution
specified for the Vilnius District. As the contributions are received,
vital records will be released and added to the Vilnius District web site.

Vilnius Internal Passport Project web site.
https://vilniusinternalpassports19191940.shutterfly.com/

This is an entirely different project >from the Vilnius DRG and requires a
separate $100 contribution to Litvak SIG. So far, 13,554 records have been
translated and are available on the web site. It is estimated that 30,000
internal passport records remain to be translated and contributions are
sorely needed in order to get this done. Please do your part and send your
contribution today.

Howard Margol
Litvak SIG Coordinator for Records Acquisition
Coordinator - Internal Passport Project

LITVAK SIG RECORDS ACQUISITION – 2nd QUARTER 2014
KAUNAS ARCHIVE (KRA)
Kaunas draftee list- registered in 1940 - born in 1919 – 1,640 lines
Panevezys Craftsmen – 1852-1865- KRA/559/1/10 - 215 lines (includes family
names & other Uyezds).
Panevezys Craftsmen – List Only - 1852-1866- KRA/559/1/12 - 13 lines
(includes other Uyezds).
Panevezys Craftsmen – 1865-1866- KRA/559/1/17 - 162 lines (includes family
names & other Uyezds).
Panevezys Uyezd Craftsmen – List Only - 1854-1893- KRA/559/1/14 - 379
lines (includes other Uyezds).
Panevezys Uyezd Craftsmen – List Only - 1867-1890- KRA/559/1/13 - 9 lines
(includes other Uyezds).
Pasvalys (Panevezys) Craftsmen – 1876-1887 – 69 lines
Birzai (Panevezys) Craftsmen – 1870-1886 – 59 lines
Kaunas Uyezd – Craftsmen – 1868-1882 – 28 lines
Panevezys Uyezd – Craftsmen – 1867-1886 – 195 lines
Panevezys – Craftsmen – 1867-1886 – 40 lines
Zarasai District - 1913 army reservists KRA/I-6/1/18 – 80 lines
Pandelys (Zarasai) 1909-1915 postal bank records – 73 lines
Vidzi (Zarasai) 1893 pib – I-208/1/2 – 1,313 lines.
Krekenava (Panevezy) 1894-1914, postal bank records-103 lines.
Pakruojis (Panevezys) 1900-07, postal bank records – 38 lines.
Linkuva (Panevezys) 1892-1914,postal bank records – 189 lines
Braslav (Zarasai) 1846 – Candle Tax Payers – 44 lines
Kamajai (Zarasai) 1846 - Candle Tax Payers – 36 lines
Pandelys (Zarasai) 1846 – Candle Tax Payers – 54 llines.
Rokiskis (Zarasai) 1846 – Candle Tax Payers – 42 lines
Joniskelis (Panevezys) 1892 box taxpayers – KRA/I-49/1/17524 -146 lines.
Panevezys District 1851 mrchl – KRA/I-49/1-106/1-88 – 6 lines
Pumpenai (Panevezys) 1892 box taxpayers – KRA/I-49/1/17524 – 160 lines
District farmers - 1860– KRA/I-49/1/4346 – Siauliai Uyezd (51 lines),
Ukmerge Uyezd (18 lines) and Telsiai Uyezd (2 lines) – a total of 71 lines
Pumpenai (Panevezys) 1914, municipal electors,KRA/I-49/1/32570 – 108 lines
Ramygala (Panevezys) 1912-1913, municipal electors – Family list- 196 lines

Vabalninkas (Panevezys) 1894-1895, rabbi electors – 458 lines.
Pandelys (Zarasai) 1912-1913 municipal electors – Family list – 105 lines
Salakas (Zarasai) 1913 candle taxpayers KRA/I-211/1/72 – 165 lines
Dukstas (Zarasai) 1914 candle taxpayers KRA/I-211/1/73 – 78 lines
Tauragnai (Zarasai) 1912 candle taxpayers KRA/I-211/1/73 – 70 lines
Zarasai - 1846 tpl-utp - KRA/I-49/1/1620 – 98 lines.
Kamajai (Zarasai) 1846 tpl-utp KRA/I-49/1/1620 – 36 lines
Pandelys (Zarasai) 1846 tpl-utp KRA/I-49/1/1620 – 124 lines
Pasvalys (Panevezys) 1897 rabbi electors – KRA/I-49/1/19639-114 lines
Pumpenai (Panevezys) 1876 alphabetical index for RL – KRA/I-215/1/2 – 611
lines
Ramygala (Panevezys) 1897 Rabbi’s Ass’t Electors – KRA/I-49/1/19747 -108
lines

HISTORICAL ARCHIVE (LVIA) in VILNIUS
Sejny District (Suwalki) - 1915 eviction lists – 3,642 lines
Ostryna (Lida) Marriages 1897 - (>from DL) – 17 records
Vilnius suburbs conscript list - 1882-1885 – 1,094 lines
Jews under surveillance for Political Reasons – Russian Empire –
1904-1905 – The list is divided by countries: - Belarus – 878 lines;
Latvia – 57 lines; Lithuania – 226 lines; Poland – 510 lines;
Russia – 69 lines; Ukraine – 546 lines. (Belarus, JRI-Poland, Ukraine
were sent the records).
Jews who paid for seats in Pilviaskiai (Suwalki - Marijampole District)
Synagogue – 1912 -29 lines
Rozhanka (Lida) 1834 RL – 282 lines
Ostryna (Lida) 1834 RL – 583 lines
Shchuchyn (Lida) 1834 RL-ARL - 414 lines.
Belitsa (Lida) 1834 RL-ARL – 693 lines
Knisinas (Knyszn) 1871 marriages (728/1/1124) 17 records – sent to
JRI-Poland
Vilnius Deaths – 1940 (>from DL) – 534 records.
Vilnius Marriages – 1940 (>from DL) – 236 records
Volozhin (Oshmiany) 1834 RL – 723 lines
Sudargi (Suwalki) Religious Tax Payees 1866 – LVIA/1073/1/494 – 177 lines.
Vilkaviskis (area) (Suwalki) 1865-1866 Religious Tax Payees –
LVIA/1073/1/526 – 1,056 lines
Kalvarija (area) (Suwalki) 1865 Religious Tax Payees – LVIA/1073/1/529 –
1073 lines
Zapyskis (area) (Suwalki) 1866 Religious Tax Payees – LVIA/1073/1/539 - 95
lines
Marijampole district 1862-1866 Religious Tax Payees (1073/1/457) 407 lines
Kalvarija district 1847-1851 Religious Tax Payees (1073/1/449) 27 lines.
Vilnius Deaths – 1877 – 1,226 records
Miroslaw (Suwalki) Marriages – 1888-1904 – 27 records
Vilnius Deaths – 1885 - 1061 records
Vilnius Deaths – 1917 – 428 records
Vilnius Deaths – 1918 – 239 records
Vilnius Deaths – 1934 – 729 records
Vilnius 1922 deaths – 854 records
Muskininkai (Vilnius) Birth records – 1854-1872 – 149 records
Muskininkai (Vilnius) Marriage records – 1854-1872 – 31 records
Muskininkai (Vilnius) Death records – 1854-1875 – 198 records
Oshmiany District RL 1858 (LVIA/515/25/181) – 26 lines.

CENTRAL ARCHIVE (LCVA)
WWII evacuees to the USSR – 1941 – R8558- R9680 -1,714 lines
Seinai Uyezd – Conscripts – 1923-1940 – J10186-J10205 – 79 lines
Lazdijai (Seinai) Conscipts – 1923-1938 – J10206-J10248 – 163 lines
Emigration EretzIsrael (Part 9) AZ1595-AZ1869 - 426 lines

INTERNAL PASSPORT RECORDS – 1919-1940
Vilnius – JU27951-JU28353 – 815 records
Vilnius – JU28354-JU28844 – 953 records
Vilnius – JU28845-JU29242 – 740 records
Alove (Alytus Uyezd) JU29243-JU29278 – Fond 399 – List Only – 40 lines


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Records Acquisition: Second Quarter 2014 #lithuania

Howard Margol
 

Following is a list of records, in the Lithuanian Archives, that were
translated by Litvak SIG during the months of April, May, and June, 2014.
It will be 18 months before these records will be added to the Litvak SIG
All Lithuania Database (ALD) and the Jewish Gen Lithuania Database.

The records are available now on the appropriate Litvak SIG District web
site. District Research Group contributors are able to see the records,
copy them if they wish, sort them alphabetically, etc.

To become part of a district research group, and gain immediate access
to newly translated records, a $100 contribution to Litvak SIG is required.
That is per district. In other words, if you are interested in two
districts, a $200 contribution is required. That is an extremely low cost
to obtain thousands of records. A qualifying contribution to a district
research group provides access to newly translated records for five
calendar years -- and, of course, helps support the cost of translation!

To contribute, go to www.litvaksig.org/contribute Scroll down to District
Research and select the district of your choice.

The only exception to the list of records is the Vilnius vital records.
The marriage, divorce, and death records for 1919-1940 have been translated
but will not be added to the Vilnius web site until the Vilnius DRG can pay
for the records. Unfortunately, the Vilnius research group does not have
the necessary funds to do this. You can help by making a contribution
specified for the Vilnius District. As the contributions are received,
vital records will be released and added to the Vilnius District web site.

Vilnius Internal Passport Project web site.
https://vilniusinternalpassports19191940.shutterfly.com/

This is an entirely different project >from the Vilnius DRG and requires a
separate $100 contribution to Litvak SIG. So far, 13,554 records have been
translated and are available on the web site. It is estimated that 30,000
internal passport records remain to be translated and contributions are
sorely needed in order to get this done. Please do your part and send your
contribution today.

Howard Margol
Litvak SIG Coordinator for Records Acquisition
Coordinator - Internal Passport Project

LITVAK SIG RECORDS ACQUISITION – 2nd QUARTER 2014
KAUNAS ARCHIVE (KRA)
Kaunas draftee list- registered in 1940 - born in 1919 – 1,640 lines
Panevezys Craftsmen – 1852-1865- KRA/559/1/10 - 215 lines (includes family
names & other Uyezds).
Panevezys Craftsmen – List Only - 1852-1866- KRA/559/1/12 - 13 lines
(includes other Uyezds).
Panevezys Craftsmen – 1865-1866- KRA/559/1/17 - 162 lines (includes family
names & other Uyezds).
Panevezys Uyezd Craftsmen – List Only - 1854-1893- KRA/559/1/14 - 379
lines (includes other Uyezds).
Panevezys Uyezd Craftsmen – List Only - 1867-1890- KRA/559/1/13 - 9 lines
(includes other Uyezds).
Pasvalys (Panevezys) Craftsmen – 1876-1887 – 69 lines
Birzai (Panevezys) Craftsmen – 1870-1886 – 59 lines
Kaunas Uyezd – Craftsmen – 1868-1882 – 28 lines
Panevezys Uyezd – Craftsmen – 1867-1886 – 195 lines
Panevezys – Craftsmen – 1867-1886 – 40 lines
Zarasai District - 1913 army reservists KRA/I-6/1/18 – 80 lines
Pandelys (Zarasai) 1909-1915 postal bank records – 73 lines
Vidzi (Zarasai) 1893 pib – I-208/1/2 – 1,313 lines.
Krekenava (Panevezy) 1894-1914, postal bank records-103 lines.
Pakruojis (Panevezys) 1900-07, postal bank records – 38 lines.
Linkuva (Panevezys) 1892-1914,postal bank records – 189 lines
Braslav (Zarasai) 1846 – Candle Tax Payers – 44 lines
Kamajai (Zarasai) 1846 - Candle Tax Payers – 36 lines
Pandelys (Zarasai) 1846 – Candle Tax Payers – 54 llines.
Rokiskis (Zarasai) 1846 – Candle Tax Payers – 42 lines
Joniskelis (Panevezys) 1892 box taxpayers – KRA/I-49/1/17524 -146 lines.
Panevezys District 1851 mrchl – KRA/I-49/1-106/1-88 – 6 lines
Pumpenai (Panevezys) 1892 box taxpayers – KRA/I-49/1/17524 – 160 lines
District farmers - 1860– KRA/I-49/1/4346 – Siauliai Uyezd (51 lines),
Ukmerge Uyezd (18 lines) and Telsiai Uyezd (2 lines) – a total of 71 lines
Pumpenai (Panevezys) 1914, municipal electors,KRA/I-49/1/32570 – 108 lines
Ramygala (Panevezys) 1912-1913, municipal electors – Family list- 196 lines

Vabalninkas (Panevezys) 1894-1895, rabbi electors – 458 lines.
Pandelys (Zarasai) 1912-1913 municipal electors – Family list – 105 lines
Salakas (Zarasai) 1913 candle taxpayers KRA/I-211/1/72 – 165 lines
Dukstas (Zarasai) 1914 candle taxpayers KRA/I-211/1/73 – 78 lines
Tauragnai (Zarasai) 1912 candle taxpayers KRA/I-211/1/73 – 70 lines
Zarasai - 1846 tpl-utp - KRA/I-49/1/1620 – 98 lines.
Kamajai (Zarasai) 1846 tpl-utp KRA/I-49/1/1620 – 36 lines
Pandelys (Zarasai) 1846 tpl-utp KRA/I-49/1/1620 – 124 lines
Pasvalys (Panevezys) 1897 rabbi electors – KRA/I-49/1/19639-114 lines
Pumpenai (Panevezys) 1876 alphabetical index for RL – KRA/I-215/1/2 – 611
lines
Ramygala (Panevezys) 1897 Rabbi’s Ass’t Electors – KRA/I-49/1/19747 -108
lines

HISTORICAL ARCHIVE (LVIA) in VILNIUS
Sejny District (Suwalki) - 1915 eviction lists – 3,642 lines
Ostryna (Lida) Marriages 1897 - (>from DL) – 17 records
Vilnius suburbs conscript list - 1882-1885 – 1,094 lines
Jews under surveillance for Political Reasons – Russian Empire –
1904-1905 – The list is divided by countries: - Belarus – 878 lines;
Latvia – 57 lines; Lithuania – 226 lines; Poland – 510 lines;
Russia – 69 lines; Ukraine – 546 lines. (Belarus, JRI-Poland, Ukraine
were sent the records).
Jews who paid for seats in Pilviaskiai (Suwalki - Marijampole District)
Synagogue – 1912 -29 lines
Rozhanka (Lida) 1834 RL – 282 lines
Ostryna (Lida) 1834 RL – 583 lines
Shchuchyn (Lida) 1834 RL-ARL - 414 lines.
Belitsa (Lida) 1834 RL-ARL – 693 lines
Knisinas (Knyszn) 1871 marriages (728/1/1124) 17 records – sent to
JRI-Poland
Vilnius Deaths – 1940 (>from DL) – 534 records.
Vilnius Marriages – 1940 (>from DL) – 236 records
Volozhin (Oshmiany) 1834 RL – 723 lines
Sudargi (Suwalki) Religious Tax Payees 1866 – LVIA/1073/1/494 – 177 lines.
Vilkaviskis (area) (Suwalki) 1865-1866 Religious Tax Payees –
LVIA/1073/1/526 – 1,056 lines
Kalvarija (area) (Suwalki) 1865 Religious Tax Payees – LVIA/1073/1/529 –
1073 lines
Zapyskis (area) (Suwalki) 1866 Religious Tax Payees – LVIA/1073/1/539 - 95
lines
Marijampole district 1862-1866 Religious Tax Payees (1073/1/457) 407 lines
Kalvarija district 1847-1851 Religious Tax Payees (1073/1/449) 27 lines.
Vilnius Deaths – 1877 – 1,226 records
Miroslaw (Suwalki) Marriages – 1888-1904 – 27 records
Vilnius Deaths – 1885 - 1061 records
Vilnius Deaths – 1917 – 428 records
Vilnius Deaths – 1918 – 239 records
Vilnius Deaths – 1934 – 729 records
Vilnius 1922 deaths – 854 records
Muskininkai (Vilnius) Birth records – 1854-1872 – 149 records
Muskininkai (Vilnius) Marriage records – 1854-1872 – 31 records
Muskininkai (Vilnius) Death records – 1854-1875 – 198 records
Oshmiany District RL 1858 (LVIA/515/25/181) – 26 lines.

CENTRAL ARCHIVE (LCVA)
WWII evacuees to the USSR – 1941 – R8558- R9680 -1,714 lines
Seinai Uyezd – Conscripts – 1923-1940 – J10186-J10205 – 79 lines
Lazdijai (Seinai) Conscipts – 1923-1938 – J10206-J10248 – 163 lines
Emigration EretzIsrael (Part 9) AZ1595-AZ1869 - 426 lines

INTERNAL PASSPORT RECORDS – 1919-1940
Vilnius – JU27951-JU28353 – 815 records
Vilnius – JU28354-JU28844 – 953 records
Vilnius – JU28845-JU29242 – 740 records
Alove (Alytus Uyezd) JU29243-JU29278 – Fond 399 – List Only – 40 lines


Familiant goldmine #austria-czech

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

I started looking at the records for Ckyne. http://tinyurl.com/q63k7ft

Already in the first three pages there are great possibilities. The
first two pages are for Friedman SPITZ (b. 1739) and his sons. It says
Friedman's father is Moises Feischel. I entered all the new data on
Geni at http://www.geni.com/people/Friedman-Spitz/6000000013744032174

Turning to the next page I come across Isaak SITTIG (b. 1744), also a
known person. http://www.geni.com/people/Isak-Sittig/6000000013598613922
The Familiant record gives me new information that his father is Abraham Feischel.

I'll bet anyone a nickel that Moises and Abraham are brothers, both
sons of Feischel, who must be born around 1690.

This is going to be fun.

Randy Schoenberg
Los Angeles, CA


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Familiant goldmine #austria-czech

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

I started looking at the records for Ckyne. http://tinyurl.com/q63k7ft

Already in the first three pages there are great possibilities. The
first two pages are for Friedman SPITZ (b. 1739) and his sons. It says
Friedman's father is Moises Feischel. I entered all the new data on
Geni at http://www.geni.com/people/Friedman-Spitz/6000000013744032174

Turning to the next page I come across Isaak SITTIG (b. 1744), also a
known person. http://www.geni.com/people/Isak-Sittig/6000000013598613922
The Familiant record gives me new information that his father is Abraham Feischel.

I'll bet anyone a nickel that Moises and Abraham are brothers, both
sons of Feischel, who must be born around 1690.

This is going to be fun.

Randy Schoenberg
Los Angeles, CA


Familianten Records Have Arrived!!! #austria-czech

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

At long last, the Familianten records are online. See
http://www.badatelna.eu/fond/2098/

Please post your discoveries to the list.

Thanks to Lenka Matusikova and to everyone who contributed to this
project.

Randy Schoenberg
Los Angeles, CA


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Familianten Records Have Arrived!!! #austria-czech

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

At long last, the Familianten records are online. See
http://www.badatelna.eu/fond/2098/

Please post your discoveries to the list.

Thanks to Lenka Matusikova and to everyone who contributed to this
project.

Randy Schoenberg
Los Angeles, CA

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