Thursday, September 10, 2009
Romania -- Genealogy Research Resources
By Ruth Ellen Gruber
The focus of my recent trip to the Bucovina region of northern Romania was to work on my (Candle)sticks on Stone project -- but I ended up, with the three cousins who came with me, doing some family history research (see previous posts on this blog).
Many people helped out on both focuses of the trip -- including two who carry out genealogical research for anyone interested in getting documents and other material to trace their roots in the region.
I am happy to note their names and provide their email contacts.
In Radauti, Dorin Fränkel took us to places and people past we didn't know existed. His email is: email@example.com
In Botosani (where I did documentation of the wonderful but very overgrown Jewish cemetery) I was given much-needed help by Gustav Finkel, a leader of the small local Jewish community, and his English-speaking son Avi Marc. Gustav's email is: firstname.lastname@example.org -- his son is at email@example.com.