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1 edition of Family record, 1632-1887 [microfilm]. found in the catalog.

Family record, 1632-1887 [microfilm].

Family record, 1632-1887 [microfilm].

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Published by St. James (Minn.) Journal in [St. James, Minn.] .
Written in English


Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 84/8270 (C)
The Physical Object
Pagination18 p. ; 23 cm.
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2567584M
LC Control Number85109652

  When citing a birth or death record, record 1) type of record and name(s) of the individual(s), 2) the file or certificate number (or book and page) and 3) name and location of the office in which it is filed (or the repository in which the copy was found - e.g. archives). Some digitized records will be available for online access only to LDS members, or to anyone but only if accessed through a Family History Center computer (at the Family History Library or a satellite Family History Center). The camera icon will still appear for all users so you will be aware that the collection has been digitized.

This database contains Jewish birth, marriage, death and divorce records from the former Russian Gubernia of Bessarabia. The original records are at the National Archives of the Republic of Moldova (NARM) in Chişinău, Moldova. These records were microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, and provided to JewishGen on CD-ROMs. Collection Description. The records of the First Church in Charlestown span the years to , and encompass the records of both the First Church in Charlestown and the Winthrop Church, which was gathered by former members of the First Parish in

Griffen Funeral Home Record Books, Jackson, This collection of record books date to and to There is an index to the books. Microfilm: # 7 reels. 35mm. TSLA. Microfilm Only Collection. (available for interlibrary loan). The Rosenbaum Bank Records. The information in the record books is handwritten. A good portion of the handwriting was difficult to read. Many names were spelled as they were in Europe. We made every effort to record the correct names, or as close as possible.


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