101Re: missing link
- Dec 28, 2005Dear Professor Asherson,
As I indicated in an earlier post to this list, there are 28 Stung
and 13 Smidt/Smit birth records in the Keidan vital records
translated to date. Most of these birth records are from the mid to
late 1800s. If you wish to learn more about the LitvakSIG Vital
Records Project, please visit the website below:
We have about 18,000 vital records from Keidan (birth, marriage,
divorce and death). We have already translated well over 3,5000
birth records, among these the Stung and Smidt births.
If I can help you further, please do not hesitate to contact me
either through this list or at ozabludoff@...
--- In JewishKeidan@yahoogroups.com, "Dr Asherson" <ashron@i...>
> I am looking for any information you might have in the mid 1800's
> familes... the STUNG AND SMIT(OR SMIDT) FAMILIES.... Tthey werevery large
> families particularly the former.. I am unable to find anythingand have
> also searched the Holocaust lists on various sites.. Many thanks !Prof
> Ronald Asherson, South AfricaProject.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: JewishKeidan@yahoogroups.com
> [mailto:JewishKeidan@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of ozabludoff
> Sent: 25 December 2005 06:44
> To: JewishKeidan@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [JewishKeidan] Re: missing link
> Dear Howard,
> I am just now catching up on posts to the Keidan group. Regarding
> the family name of your grandfather, SHOLOMOVICH, I have six birth
> records for this Keidan family.
> I am the Keidan coordinator for the LitvakSIG Vital Records
> To date we have translated and distributed 31 years of Keidan birthrecords,
> records. There are a total of 50 years. In addition, there are that
> many years of marriage records, divorce, and death records.
> If you are interested in more information on the Keidan VRI project
> and would like to learn how to acquire the translated vital
> please contact me at ozabludoff@v...Sloan
> Olga Zabludoff
> Kedainiai VRI coordinator
> --- In JewishKeidan@yahoogroups.com, "Shivarastri"
> <shivarastri@y...> wrote:
> > I'm looking for any data regarding my grandfather Eiszig
> Sholomovich (Sholemovitz or
> > Slomavitz) born in Keidan, Lithuania January 15, 1902. Moved to
> Chicago, Illinois in
> > September 1912. Left on the SS Prinz Adalbert from Hamburg,
> Germany and arrived in
> > Philadelphia September 4, 1912. Changed his name to Isadore
> when he arrived in
> > America. Brother moved to South Africa and another brother moved
> to Chicago.
> > Thank you
> > Howard Berger
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