Russian Birth certificate 1920s #general


Gary Luke <feraltek@...>
 

How would someone get a birth certificate for a non-Jew born in Russia in
1924? Details are - born 27 June 1924 in the town of Orel, south of Moscow.

The surname was given in Czechoslovakia during WWII as LIC, pronounced
something like "leach". What is the likely spelling of the name in Russia?

Gary

Gary Luke
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Gary Goldberg <XGaryG@...>
 

In article Gary Luke <feraltek@...> wrote:
How would someone get a birth certificate for a non-Jew born in Russia in
1924? Details are - born 27 June 1924 in the town of Orel, south of
Moscow.

The surname was given in Czechoslovakia during WWII as LIC, pronounced
something like "leach". What is the likely spelling of the name in
Russia?
L-I-Ch (3 Russian letters) would be pronounced "Leach". The letters look
like a Greek Lambda (depending on typeface), a backward "N", and a
squared-off "4".

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