[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] EWZ records

Allyn Brosz zsorba99 at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 14 11:45:26 PDT 2005


If you're in Washington and have the time, you should
make at least one visit to get a sense of the size and
detail of the EWZ collection.

If you had related family members who went through EWZ
processing, there is a chance that you will find
pedigree charts that mention your direct ancestral

The bottom line is that you won't know until you look.

Best Wishes
Allyn Brosz

--- JJNLT at aol.com wrote:
> Hi,
>    I am going to be in the Washington DC area for
> the rest of April and was 
> wondering if there was any advantage to looking at
> the EWZ records while here. 
>     Were there any records collected from BEFORE
> 1939??  My direct ancestors 
> left Volhynia just before the 1st WW, so only some
> related family members 
> would have been around in 1939.
>     And would anyone have any other suggestions that
> might be a profitable 
> area for research on my German Volhynian (Zhitomir)
> ancestors while in DC?  I 
> did access the 1930 census for the immigrant family
> and gleaned a possible piece 
> of infor, but am always looking for more.
>    Thank You!   Researching WENTLAND & DAMER
> Blessings,
>   Joanne
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