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Metrical books, 1854-1920

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
  • Russian
  • Hebrew
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1995-1996
on 10 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original manuscripts at the State Archives of the Crimean Republic in Simferopol.

Text in Russian and Hebrew.

Jewish records (births, marriages, deaths, divorces) for Feodosiya (Feodosiya), Tavrida, Russia; later Feodosiya (Feodosiya), Krym, Ukraine.

Record group 142, series 1, files 56-57, 74 Record group 142, series 3, files 1, 2-4, 11-12, 24-27, 33 Record group 263, series 1, files 1-36 Unnumbered record group, series 3 (Feodosiya), files 177-180

The term "Russia" in the subject heading refers to the locality designation in the historical Russian Empire or Soviet Union.

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