Many thousands of new records to be posted on JRI-Poland #poland

Stanley Diamond

Thank you to Leah Heilpern Snider and Shoshanah Glickman for their kind words 
about the work of JRI-Poland. 
This message is to follow up on Leah's observation that "One can only wonder what
new surprise, partnership, hidden record set, etc. JRI will 'offer up' to it's many users."
I am delighted to mention that by the end of the year, JRI-Poland will be making 
what appears to be one of our single largest uploads of data in our history.  
Stay tuned 
Stanley Diamond, M.S.M.   
Executive Director, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc.

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From: Sniderlh
Date: Mon, 06 Dec 2021 15:22:07 EST

This IS great news --- congratulations for this newest enhancement to JRI.  One can only wonder what new surprise, partnership, hidden record set, etc. JRI will 'offer up' to it's many users.  I certainly appreciate the wealth of information your site has given my research over the years.

Leah Heilpern Snider
Silverdale, Washington/ USA
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JRI Poland Success #records
From: srg100@...
Date: Mon, 06 Dec 2021 15:22:20 EST
Yesterday I finally found my great grandmother's birth and marriage certificates thanks to JRI Poland's website.
I've been trying to find them for years.

I knew the place and date of the marriage but couldn't find it. I decided to filter by marriage, place, year and put in her first names, Soro Feige, without a surname, and voila! 

Her surname was shown as Tygres, on it's own. I knew the family were called Chencz/ Chencz Tygrys but didn't know they'd used Tygrys on it's own.

Her husband's surname went through a few changes when they got to the UK and I wasn't sure exactly what it was before.

Now I finally found that out too.

I also found her birth certificate by filtering for birth and the two years I thought she might have been born in. And there she was.


Thank you to all those involved, especially Stanley Diamond.

Shoshanah Glickman
Gateshead, UK