August Research Roundup
- Posted by rusgen
- On September 4, 2021
- family history, France, Germany, probate, Russia, Ukraine
Despite all COVID troubles, we have been working hard last month of Summer 2021. Here is the short roundup where you was able to find us.
Ukrainian State Historical Archive (Kiev, Ukraine) — books of vital records, Kharkov police documents.
Kiev Regional Historical Archive (Kiev, Ukraine) — review of 1897 census sheets.
Lviv State Historical Archive (Lviv, Ukraine) — probate research.
Ivano-Frankivsk Regional State Archive (Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine) — probate research.
State Archive of Russian Federation (Moscow, Russia) — history of Soviet border guards searches. Russian Empire department of Police file searches.
State Archive of Economics (Moscow, Russia) — probate research.
Novosibirsk Region State Archive (Novosibirsk, Russia) — Soviet Communist party documents retrieval.
Uglich District Historical Archive (Uglich, Yaroslavl region, Russia) — reviewing documents, building the family tree.
Yaroslavl Regional Historical Archive (Yaroslavl, Russia) — reviewing documents, building the family tree.
Russian State Historical Archive (St Petersbourg, Russia) — researching church property, China Eastern Railroad searches.
Central City Historical Archive (St Petersbourg, Russia) — locating and retrieving documents.
Central City Archive (St Petersbourg, Russia) — locating and retrieving documents.
Khabarovsk Regional State Archive (Khabarovsk, Russia) — retrieving personal files
Bashkiria State Archive (Ufa, Russia) — Ufa regions genealogy research
Omsk FSB archive (Omsk, Russia) — 1937 Stalin purges file requested and received
Greeks in Russia research (Russian State Library, Russian State Historical Library) – documents review.
Potsdam archive (Potsdam, Germany) — family documents requested and received.
French Legion d’ Honneur research request filed
French local archives (Tarn, France) — family history documents retrieval.
NARA declassification document received (requested 3 years ago).
Looks like the long list. Maybe it explains why we don’t blog much…