Thank you for posting the census. I was wondering if there are cadastral maps for the area. I specifically am interested in obtaining a cadastral map of Russisch Banilla. Do you have any idea whether these exsist for this area? How would one get them if they exsist.Darlene
I am trying to piece together my family tree and was wondering if I could get some help? Would someone be willing to help me locate my family on the 1890 and 1900 census? I cannot speak or read Ukrainian or Polish. Please? I'm not sure if this lets me know if I get a reply so please message me at email@example.comThank you!
Amanda...Thank you for your comment and your confidence. The best I can do for the time being, is to draw your attention to the "Jewish Bukovina Genealogical Resource Page"http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/sadgura/ReischToronto.htmlwhich provides - regardless of the confession - an excellent starting point for your genealogical research. In addition please check very carefully the databases, available athttp://czernowitz.blogspot.de/with special respect to the directories for the years 1936, 1927, 1914, 1909 and 1898! Finally, please check very carefully the Ehpes databases athttp://czernowitz.ehpes.com/and don't hesitate to join the Czernowitz-L Discussion Group and address yourself to the "collective memory" of our more than 400 fellow members.Warmest wishes!
Good Day;My name is David Salzinger; my family originates from Chernowitz and I have an opportunity to visit in October 2015;I am curious if there is a resource available to locate and communicate with fellow Salzingers in Chernowitz in hopes of meeting during my visit; can you help?Thank you in advance;Sincerely,David Salzinger
David...I don't have particular evidence on Salzingers from Czernowitz. The best I can do for the time being, is to draw your attention to the „Jewish Bukovina Genealogical Resource Page“http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/sadgura/ReischToronto.htmlwhich provides an excellent starting point for your genealogical research. In addition please check very carefully the databases, available athttp://czernowitz.blogspot.de/with special respect to the directories for the years 1936, 1927, 1914, 1909 and 1898! Finally, please check very carefully the Ehpes databases athttp://czernowitz.ehpes.com/and don’t hesitate to join the Czernowitz-L Discussion Group and address yourself to the „collective memory“ of our more than 400 fellow members.Warmest wishes!
Thank You ever so Much!! Amazing. I think I can get lost in these papers for weeks on end.I actually found a similar family name to ours and sure enough the ethnicity was correct....WOW!!Thank You!!-BukovinaKidSaskatchewan Canada
This was so helpful. I went into the 1890 census for Bukovina and found the town of Kotzman had a family named Schischkoutz which may be the original name for my husband's Sleacow family. Thank you!
Dear Marilyn,At the risk of disappointing you, "Schischkoutz" is not a family name but a village name. For a genealogical research please follow the "Sources for Genealogical and Family History Research":http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/sadgura/ReischToronto.html
Hello. Thanks a lot for these. Is there a census list that would show people's names, like the head of the family( usually the father) with birthdates and places, wife and childrens names? We have in Romania these "nationality " or "citizenship" registers. Could something similar be found from the Jaslo area in Poland? All the best.
The census documents posted are only statistical summaries of village/town, surface area, male/female population, religion (Roman catholic; Greek Catholic; Jewish; other) and other summary data. They do not contain individual information by family name.
I am trying to find birth info on my great grandparents. They were from Galacia, Austria, born 1904 and 1907. The last name was Wert after immigration to the US, but was possibly Wirth before...
Has anyone heard of a town called (sounds like) Lausetchu’, Ukraine?
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