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Argentinian immigration records #general


Maurine McLellan
 

Does any one know where I can find immigration records for Argentina in the
early 1900's? I may have found a relative who was born in the Ukraine and
emigrated to Argentina in the early 1900's, but I need more information
about him. His name was Isaac Boidman. He may be related to my grandfather,
Morris Bothman.

Thanks in advance,
Maurine Bothman McLellan
trmclell@...

Searching: BOTHMAN (Ukraine), BEJACH (W. Prussia, Germany), FLEISCHER
(Latvia), SACHS (Ukraine)


Daniel Horowitz
 

Hola Maurine
The "Centro de Estudios Migratorios Latinoamericanos" (Center for
Latin American Migration Studies) has a website that allows you to
search their immigration records by name
https://cemla.com/buscador/
You only need to fill what ever you know:
Apellido = Surname
Nombre = Given name
make sure the CPTCHA code is correct and click BUSCAR

Best regards
Daniel Horowitz
Daniel@...

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Subject: Argentinian immigration records
From: <trmclell@...>
Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2019 20:18:38 -0500
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Does any one know where I can find immigration records for Argentina in the
early 1900's? I may have found a relative who was born in the Ukraine and
emigrated to Argentina in the early 1900's, but I need more information
about him. His name was Isaac Boidman. He may be related to my grandfather,
Morris Bothman.

Thanks in advance,
Maurine Bothman McLellan
trmclell@...

Searching: BOTHMAN (Ukraine), BEJACH (W. Prussia, Germany), FLEISCHER
(Latvia), SACHS (Ukraine)


Marion Werle
 

Another source of immigration information, in addition to Daniel
Horowitz's suggestion is the collection called "Hamburg Passenger
Lists, 1850-1934" on Ancestry.com, which includes ships destined for
Argentina. I found a relative of mine headed to Buenos Aires from
Latvia listed in that collection. If you don't have a world
subscription, you can access it at either a public library or
FamilySearch center.

Good luck!

--
Marion Werle
<werleme@...>


Moshe Davis
 

Many of the Jewish immigrants to South America in the late 1800s - early 1900s came
through the Jewish Colonization Association of Baron Moshe Hirsch.

The Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People (CAHJS) in
Jerusalem contains the archives of the Paris headquarters of the
Jewish Colonization Association. You might be able to find records
there. I was able to find a number of records of my great-grandfather
and his brother and their families, who lived in the JCA colony
Mauricio in Argentina in the early 1890s.

I was also able to find records of their departure >from Argentina on
the "Hamburg Passenger Lists" manifests.

Hope this helps,
Moshe Davis
Jerusalem

Marion E Werle werleme@... wrote:

Another source of immigration information, in addition to Daniel Horowitz's
suggestion is the collection called "Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934" on
Ancestry.com, which includes ships destined for Argentina. I found a relative of
mine headed to Buenos Aires >from Latvia listed in that collection. If you don't
have a world subscription, you can access it at either a public library or
FamilySearch center.