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DICK in Asnieres, France? #general
Hilary Henkin <propper@...>
I have learned that I have a family branch who moved to Asnieres,
France between 1900 and 1920. The young couple was Maurice and
Nadia DICK nee Pesachinsky. (Nadia is the link to my family.)
They probably started in Ekaternislav, and bore a son Boris in
Rostoff, Russia, in 1900.
By the time Boris immigrated to the US in 1920, 1923, and 1927,
they were in Asnieres. I have the specific address. Boris
married, but both he and his wife are gone, with no children.
And that's all I know.
I would like to know:
More about what is available >from Asnieres, if anything, and
What my research options are, if any.
I have checked the JGen discussion archives - no references to
Asnieres. I have also submitted a query to the Circle de
Genealogie Juive. I have reviewed the wonderful info Micheline
has provided for us in the InfoFiles. I've also checked the JGFF
and FTJP, and the LDS catalogue. Did I miss anything?
I hope for wonderful ideas!
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Researching: BERLIN >from Mogilev, HENKIN-GENKIN, KATZ from
Ekatrinaslav, LAPIDUS, LAVROTIN-LAVRUTIN, PESACHINSKY,
RINCOVER-HARINCOVER, POLLACK/POLLOCK, SREBERG-SCHRIEBER,
SHIMERNITSKY, SOCHINETSKY, STEINHART and variations
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De : Hilary Henkin <propper@...>
À : JewishGen Discussion Group <jewishgen@...>
Date : jeudi 10 février 2000 22:02
Objet : DICK in Asnieres, France?
Hi, everyone!You will not find a lot of things in Asnieres except may be a death
certificate if they died there and some census list where they appear,
maybe also some cadastral informations if they were owners of their house.
You will have more chance with the Archives of the departement of Hauts de
Seine where you can find some lists of electors (if they were french),
notarial documents, documents concerning the creation of an entreprise,
But your best chance is the case they have been naturalized. Then you will
find the file in CARAN (french National Archives). It usually contains a
lot of informations about the family. In CARAN you will also find part of
Cercle de Généalogie Juive (Paris)
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