[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Zhitomir records
eduardo.kommers at gmail.com
Wed Feb 8 04:17:34 PST 2017
Hello Ken, thank you so much for the information.
Just for my good understanding, what your are telling is that the "church
duplicates" including the period 1885 - 1899 are in the St. Petersburg
The more common way to search this archives (not microfilmed) is to hire a
genealogist or do the people from the archive search and send what they
find by e-mail or post?
Well, we talked about the "duplicates", but what about the church books
that originated those duplicates? Are they in any archive as well?
Best regards from Brazil.
2017-02-08 1:20 GMT-02:00 <kenkrell at comcast.net>:
> The records to 1885 you are referring to are in the St. Petersburg
> archives and were microfilmed by Family Search. The 1885 to 1899 records
> are also in the St Pete archives and have not been microfilmed.
> *From: *"Eduardo Kommers" <eduardo.kommers at gmail.com>
> *To: *"SGGEElistserv list" <ger-poland-volhynia at eclipse.sggee.org>
> *Sent: *Tuesday, February 7, 2017 5:40:43 PM
> *Subject: *[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Zhitomir records
> Dear Friends, I have my research basicaly focused on the Zhitomir area. And
> from time to time I revisit many genealogy homepages in hope to find more
> records available for the Zhitomir area, mainly for the period from 1885 to
> What is known until now regarding to the Zhitomir records?
> Please, correct me if I am wrong, but the St. Petersburg duplicates
> available from 1833 to 1885 came from original books that no longer exist
> or are lost, correct?
> Is there anyother place I should look for more records for the period I
> have mentioned?
> I will appreciate any comments.
> Best regards,
> Eduardo Kommers
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