Looking for a researcher for records in Romania #bessarabia #romania #records


Marcia Segal
 

Hello,

I am hoping to find a researcher who can look for records in Romania (birth, marriage, death). One group of records would be from around 1850-1888 (for family who left for the US_, and another from around 1900-1950 (for family who remained in Romania). Guidance welcome.

Sincerely,
Marcia Segal


Beth Long
 

Can you please specify which town in Romania? There are differences in what is available from the part that was formerly Hungary and the rest of Romania.
 
Beth Long


Yefim Kogan
 

Marcia, 

you added "#Bessarabia"... does that mean that someone was from Bessarabia region  (1918-1940 was under Romania)?
We have a lot of records:  birth, marriages, revisions, etc. at the Bessarabia database.  Did you try to research yourself?

All the best,
Happy Chanukah!

Yefim Kogan


Marcia Segal
 

I have done some searching, with no luck. I may not have tried hard enough--I seem to get undone when it comes to the difference between the way I know a name is pronounced, and the way it's spelled. This may simply be a matter of getting better with experience. But I did hope there would be information not in databases available to researchers like JewishGen.

Then there's the mixed messages I've received regarding one person who was said to be from Harlau but also said she was from Betashan (Botosani, I believe). She left Romania as a child, with her family, in 1888. Some of her aunts and uncles emigrated to Canada, Israel, or not at all.

Sincerely,
Marcia Segal


Gary Mokotoff
 

Contact Ladislau Gyemant at gyemantld@... He lives in Cluj. He is a professor and professional genealogical researcher.

Gary Mokotoff


soring0412@...
 

The Botosani research team has acquired and indexed all available records for Botosani and many other locations in the area. 
You can contact me privately, or join our group on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1465078043774333

Sorin Goldenberg
Israel