Mexican Vital Records relative from Poland #latinamerica


Carol
 

Does anyone have a clue where I could find a marriage and death record for a Polish immigrant who settled in Mexico around 1900-1920, married a few years later, and died in the late 1930s? His name was Max Greenberg from Waldowa; he married Masha Allegant and had two children: “Raquel” and “Juan.”   I can find him in a census on line, and found birth records for the two children, but would love to see the other documents.  Thanks!

 

Carol Isenberg Clingan

Dedham MA

 


Michael Herzlich
 

I have found Mexican vital records of Jewish immigrants on Ancestry.com.  However, to see the records you need a World Explorer level membership.
 
Michael Herzlich
Delray Beach, Florida USA
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Carol asked:

Does anyone have a clue where I could find a marriage and death record for a Polish immigrant who settled in Mexico around 1900-1920, married a few years later, and died in the late 1930s? His name was Max Greenberg from Waldowa; he married Masha Allegant and had two children: “Raquel” and “Juan.”   I can find him in a census on line, and found birth records for the two children, but would love to see the other documents.  Thanks!

 

Carol Isenberg Clingan

Dedham MA

 

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Michael Herzlich
Delray Beach, Florida USA

Belarus - EPSTEIN, HELFAND, POLLACK
Galicia (Poland, Ukraine) - HERZLICH, TREIBER


skyejaz@...
 

Marriage records in Mexico can sometimes be a bit hard to find. I have a world explorer subscription and can see if I can find anything for you tonight. 

Death records are a bit easier (but the transcription from Yiddish/Spanish/English can sometimes be really messed up).[I found my husband's grandfather Efaim Fishel indexed under Peroim Pizzel- lol!)
  You may also want to try a neat website that I found for a Mexican newspaper that has a lot of information an marriages and deaths  It's called prensa Israelita and it is in Spanish, but I've had good luck in finding my husband's Mexican family.  https://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00065527/00228


Wendy Cadieux
Manchester, NH

Searching Borenstein, Mostkoff, Bauman, Sapotnitsky, Boruchovich, Polak


On Sun, Jun 7, 2020 at 03:49 PM, Carol wrote:

Does anyone have a clue where I could find a marriage and death record for a Polish immigrant who settled in Mexico around 1900-1920, married a few years later, and died in the late 1930s? His name was Max Greenberg from Waldowa; he married Masha Allegant and had two children: “Raquel” and “Juan.”   I can find him in a census on line, and found birth records for the two children, but would love to see the other documents.  Thanks!

 

Carol Isenberg Clingan

Dedham MA

 


lsragovicz@...
 

Found a marriage record on ancestry. Also, try family search.  If you need help translating, I will be happy to help you. Good luck.

Lia
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Lia Sragovicz


The Becker's Email
 

Ancestry World subscription has a number of documents in addition to the birth record:  death record for Max, several border crossings from Mexico into the US, US naturalization papers (original) for Juan.  Once public libraries reopen, many have library subscriptions to Ancestry and you should be able to access free.

birth of Juan (m) and Raquel (f) twins b. 10 Oct. 1923  in Mexico City.  Birth registered in 1926.  Father Max Greenberg and mother Maria Allerhard.  It's a very long entry in Spanish and my Spanish is rusty.
death of Max Greenberg:  age 70, died 1936. wife Maria Alerhard.  Parent Nojiun and Basia.

On two different El Paso border crossing in 1933 Max is listed as b.c. 1876 Vlodorka/Valenda, Poland.  Wife Maria.  

In all of these records there's more to translate.  There are also more El Paso border crossings.

There's a 1944 declaration of intent for John Allegant Greenberg (Juan Greenberg) in the Western District of Texas.  He was born 10 Oct. 1923 Mexico and emigrated in 1939.

Border crossing at El Paso 1934 for Raquel.  going to cousin Jake Ellegant in Chicago.  Looks like a temporary visa.

Johanna Becker
Newport, RI


alejandro@...
 

Hi Carol:
I am sure you will find this document of a great value.
Regards
Alejandro T Rubinstein