[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] EWZ files
munchau at telusplanet.net
Wed Jul 24 13:38:32 PDT 2013
The number to use for the Stammblaetter films is the one in the upper
In my research the number in the middle was usually attached to a
picture of the person. This number and picture were also found on the
passport that they were given. In a lot of cases there was no picture
but still a number. In my case the
number was never hand written but always stamped.
On 24/07/2013 9:10 AM, Randy Svenson wrote:
> Good afternoon,
> I have ordered and viewed various microfilms from the E/G Kartei EWZ 57 files at the local LDS Family History Center. I have more than a few names of interest that I would like to search more into. I am interested into searching these names in the EWZ Stammblatter files. The families were large, with given names used over and over. Thus making relationships difficult to organize.
> My questions are how to properly cross reference the EWZ 57 cards to the microfilms corresponding to the EWZ Stammblatter.
> 1. Is the 6 digit number in the upper left hand corner of the EWZ 57 card the proper number to use for referencing the Stammblatter microfilm?
> 2. There is a 6 digit (5 numbers followed by a letter) reference handwritten in roughly the center a many of the EWZ 57 cards. What is this for? Is it a immigration acceptance number? Is this a traceable reference, if so through where or whom?
> Randy Svenson
> Searching: Pohl, Paetsch, Nixdorf.
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