FW: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] St Petersburg Archives for births 1904-05
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Sun Apr 4 21:10:27 PDT 2004
I seem to recall seeing a message on the AGOFF-L mailing list which
mentioned that a member of the list had obtained records from the
Rozyszcze parish for years not covered by the microfilmed records from
the Polish Archives in Warsaw. I don't have access to the AGOFF-L
archives or I'd look up the message for you. According to this message
the Archiwum Glowne Akt Dawnych (AGAD) in Warsaw had several church
books from the Rozyszcze parish which had not been microfilmed. I have
no idea if they have other church records or exactly what they have there.
>> At 08:36 PM 02/04/2004 -0500, Michael & Maureen McHenry wrote:
>> I think I have an idea to break my impasse. My grandmother returned
>> to the homeland to have her first child. According to the returning ship
>> record to America (with her daughter Ottilie) in May 1906 she lived in
>> Bristol, Ct from 1902 to 1905. She also states her daughter was born in
>> America. But Ottilie own declaration is that she was born in Jalowice.
>> Her "official birthday" was January 1904. It seems clear that she was
>> born in Jalowice in either 1904 or 1905. Her mother wanted to place the
>> birth in America for the purpose of citizenship. Is it possible to
>> check the records for her birth in Jalowice? The St Petersburg records
>> don't seem to cover passed 1900.
At 11:37 AM, April 03, 2004, Jerry Frank wrote:
> Actually the St. Pete extractions stop in 1885 but the records, which
> are very difficult to access, go well beyond that and exist in the St.
> Petersburg Archives.
> Some records do exist for these later years but they are sporadic and
> access generally involves the hiring of a local researcher in Rowno or
> Luck. Perhaps some other list members can offer suggestions for that.
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