FRIMER from Vinnitsa #ukraine

Robert Heyman

And just like that, I found the name of my ggg-grandfather Chaim Frimer in the latest data from
Ukraine, in an 1875 Revision List.  I have a couple questions.  First, while the date is 1875, the year
at the top of the columns is 1871.  Why is that?  I would assume the reported ages are those in 1871?
Also, in many revision lists I have seen, there are females on the facing page.  That does not appear
 to be the case here - why?
Thanks for any answers.
Robert Heyman
Researching FRIMER and WECHTER from Vinnitsa.

On 11/23/2022 4:00:33 PM, Avraham Groll <agroll@...> wrote:

Dear JewishGen Community,

JewishGen is pleased to announce that more than
200,000 new records have been added to our Ukraine Revision List project just since September of this year!  This major update doubles the total number of Ukraine Revision Lists available on JewishGen!

Notably, these 200k new records include links to the original images. You can easily search these records, for free, by visiting If you locate an image that you would like to fully translate, we suggest utilizing ViewMate ( where you can seek assistance from other members of the JewishGen community. 

We now have a large team working on our Ukraine Revision List project, and are producing records at an accelerated rate. (In the near future we will expand our focus to Metrical Records). This new initiative allows us to aggressively address the backlog of records that have been collected and have, up until now, relied on individual translators. 

We expect to add another batch of ~100,000 new records toward the end of December - please watch for an announcement via email and the Discussion Group!

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Phyllis Berenson

Director, Ukraine Research Division