is it possible that a birth was not entered in official documents? #poland
I am researching my BARBASCH family >from Pidvolochysk.
My PGGP were Gerson and Sara HInde Barbasch, both of whom died in
They had 10 children, based on entries in record books- all that I could
find in JRI-PL database.
However, there is one child that is NOT listed- Charlotte- who died in
Vienna in 1942. i have her death record with much data, but not her
birth year, etc. The record indicates that her sister, Cipre- who IS
listed in JRI-PL database, paid for her burial at the Zentralfriedhof
cemetery. This death document >from Vienna also lists her address as the
one I have for Cipre as well as her mother, Sara Hinde.
I have done various searches for Charlotte, but can not find her in any
records, indexes, etc.
The question remains, is it possible that her birth was never entered
into the record? If so, is there any other way to confirm this
relationship, as well as determine whether she even had her own family?
I am planning to visit the cemetery in Vienna and have the burial plot
Thanks for any advice, suggestions, etc,
Nicole Heymans <Nicole.Heymans@...>
The simple explanation for not finding a birth record in the JRI-PLtoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
database is that this record is not yet in the database... A quick
search with keywords "updates website" in the JRI-PL SIG archives
tells us that about 90,000 new records were added to the database in
the past 9 months. There are still loads of records just waiting for
volunteers to comb them and extract them to the database. (Hint, hint...)
Nicole Heymans, near Brussels, Belgium
At 08:04 29/04/2016, you wrote:
Subject: is it possible that a birth was not entered in official documents?