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.
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