INDIANER Khodorov (Chodorow) #poland


 

Dear Marcia,

How strange. I assume you are aware that there are quite a lot of surviving
records >from Khodorov, albeit scattered across a number of different
archives? Miriam Weiner's Routes to Roots website helpfully indexes them
here: http://www.rtrfoundation.org/results.php?townName=KHODOROV&testing=.
Have you also been in touch with Mark Halpern and Patrick Atlas who are
coordinating the AGAD archives project for Khodorov?
http://jri-poland.org/town/chodorow.htm I notice that on the Gesher Galicia
All Galicia Database there is mention of a Leib and a Selig INDIANER on the
1883 Homeowners List for Khodorov.

Hope this is helpful and not too basic.

Best wishes,

Naomi Leon

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Subject: INDIANER Khodorov (Chodorow)
From: Marcia Indianer Meyers <marciarthur@sbcglobal.net>
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2017 13:50:57 +0000 (UTC)
X-Message-Number: 1

Greetings,

I've been searching for many years and still can't find any INDIANER
documents birth, marriage, death for my father, uncles, aunts, grandfather
all born in Khodorov (Chodorow), all born before 1900.
One uncle's marriage showed up. yes INDIANER is not a common name and I
found others, not family in other cities in Galicia.
INDIANER is mentioned in Beider's book.

Where are these records?


Best,
Marcia Indianer Meyers
JGSCT board
marciarthur@sbcglobal.net


Alexander Sharon
 

Marcia Indianer Meyers wrote:

I've been searching for many years and still can't find any INDIANER
documents birth, marriage, death for my father, uncles, aunts,
grandfather all born in Khodorov (Chodorow), all born before 1900.

One uncle's marriage showed up. yes INDIANER is not a common name
and I found others, not family in other cities in Galicia.

INDIANER is mentioned in Beider's book.

Where are these records?

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Marcia,

It appears that Chodorow marriage records, for years 1876 to 1909,
have survived and available through Fond 300/0 (Jewish records)
at AGAD Government Archives in Warszawa.

This is probably >from your uncle's marriage certificate has resurfaced.

Other Chodorow records:

Births 1914-1926

Marriages 1914-1939

Deaths 1926-1940

are located in Warszawa Registry offices (USC) under Fond 512/0.

Those records are not available to the general public for examinations,
you should communicate directly with the USC.

There are no indications that pre-1900 records (except marriages)
have survived.

Since Chodorow was a part of Bobrka administration commune, perhaps
some Indianer records within Bobrka have survived.

Urzad Stanu Cywilnego m. st. Warszawy. III Wydzial Rejestracji
Stanu Cywilnego i Ksiag Zabuzanskich

03-718 Warszawa, ul. Ks. Ignacego Klopotowskiego 1/3

tel: (22) 443-12-77
fax: (22) 443-12-72
email: usc@um.warszawa.pl
http://usc.um.warszawa.pl/

Best

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB


Alexander Sharon
 

Naomi Leon in response to Marcia Indianer Meyers, concerning lack of pre
1900 birth records for Indianer ancestors, wrote:

<< ... How strange. I assume you are aware that there are quite
a lot of surviving records >from Khodorov, albeit scattered across
a number of different archives? Miriam Weiner's Routes to Roots
website helpfully indexes them here:
http://www.rtrfoundation.org/results.php?townName=KHODOROV&testing=.
Have you also been in touch with Mark Halpern and Patrick Atlas who are
coordinating the AGAD archives project for Khodorov?
http://jri-poland.org/town/chodorow.htm I notice that on the
Gesher Galicia All Galicia Database there is mention of a Leib and
a Selig INDIANER on the 1883 Homeowners List for Khodorov. >>

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There appears to be confusion between township Chodorow in Bobrka commune of
Eastern Galicia at 4924 2419 and township Khodorov in Kyyiv (Kiev) region of
the Eastern Ukraine at 4956 3115.

Galician (Austro-Hungarian Empire) vital records were not scattered through
Russian Empire - two Chodorow in (Khodorov) in question were different
places located in different countries.

BTW, Russian Khodorov was large Jewish township located near mighty Jewish
town Rzhyshchev, South >from Kiev. 400 Jews resided in this location at the
end of 19th century.

Information on 1883 Indianer folks homeowners is very encouraging indeed but
it doesn't provide solution to Marcia ancestors birth certificates
whereabouts.

After all, there is also number of Indianer of Chodorow listed in the Ellis
Island database.

Best

Alexander Sharon
JGFF editor