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Record: Birth of Genta Blumenfeld

Collection: Odessa Vital Records
Type: Birth
Day: 18
Month: 6
Year: 1891
Old Calendar date (DD/MM/YYY): 06/06/1891
Hebrew date (DD/Month/YYYY): 12/Sivan/5651
Surname: Blumenfeld
Given Name: Genta
Age / Birth date:
Sex: F
Father / Patronymic of father: Mejer
Mother / Patronymic of mother: Lea
Born Town Person / Father / Mother: Odessa
Residence Town Person / Father / Mother: Turkey
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Archive: Name / Location / Fond / Opis / Delo /Page / Rec.No: ////800

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Odessa Vital Records 1891 - Birth - 39/5/59 (id#1)

Notes concerning the translations and the information in the documents:
1) Place of residence: Before the 1917 Revolution, all people within the Russian Empire were "pripisany" (assigned) to a particular administrative unit, usually "uezd". This "pripiska" did not change even if a person moved from place to place (e.g. a person from Novokonstantinov marrying in Odessa). Usually, no place of residence is indicated on the documents but the "pripiska". The information containing "place of residence" in vital records should then, be considered carefully.
2) Occupation: Vital records usually specify "social status" and not occupation. In Russian Empire, meshchanin always meant "city dweller", as opposed to "krestyanin" (rural dweller). The label of meshchan as "petty bourgeois" was an invention of the Soviet propaganda.

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