Hi there are some Skiba living in Moscow.
As part of its mission to index/extract the Jewish records of Poland, JRI-Poland has
fully extracted all the surviving Ostrołęka vital records not covered by Polish laws
protecting personal data. They include:
Records in the Pułtusk branch of the Polish State Archives
Deaths 1830-1867, 1917-1921
Marriages 1826-1829, 1917-1921, 1923-1924
Records in the Ostrołęka Museum
Records in the Ostrołęka Civil Records Office
Deaths 1925, 1927-1928, 1933, 1936
Marriages 1925, 1927-1928, 1930, 1933, 1936
However, the pre-1900 online records are only partially extracted and the 20th century
records are not online.
In the process of fully extracting the 19th century records of Ostrołęka, during which time
towns of registration, birth, death and marriage were added, it was discovered that they
include some of the previously "missing" Jewish vital records of Goworowo (located
23 km South of Ostrołęka).
For information on Ostrołęka records wrote to ostroleka@...
For information on Goworowo records, write to goworow@...
Stanley Diamond, M.S.M. (Montreal, 514-484-0100)
Executive Director, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc.
Searching Skiba family from Ostroleka.
In the Familysearch catalog there is a mention of "Poland, Warszawa, Ostrołęka, Ostrołęka, Jewish records : PL_79_425, 1919"; PL_79_425_0_0_15 Akta stanu cywilnego wyznania Mojżeszowego Ostrołęka, PL_79_425_0_0_15, ca. 1918–1918 (Files of civil status of the Mosaic faith).
Have those files been incorporated in JewishGen/JRI database? Are available for review?
Any help will greatly appreciated.
SKIBA, LEVI(NG)TON, BERK, PRUSCIA - Ostroleka-Poland, Argentina, Russia, Israel
BARENBOIM, LISACHEVSKY, STEINMAGEN - Warsaw-Poland, Argentina, France, Australia