Lithuanian-Jewish Records from LitvakSIG, 1795-1940
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Lithuanian-Jewish Records from LitvakSIG, 1795-1940
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This collection is a compilation of revision lists, other census lists, vital records, tax lists, voter lists, conscription lists, citizenship and passport lists, directories, Holocaust lists, and other records pertaining to the Lithuanian-Jewish (Litvak) population during the Russian Empire and the period of independent Lithuania (1795-1940). Records may contain the names of several family members in addition to the primary person such as the parents, grandparents, or spouse. Most records contain the date and place of the pertinent event, and may include a secondary event such as the year or place of birth. This collection has been provided to MyHeritage from LitvakSIG, Inc., an independent organization, which retains all rights, title, and interest in the data. © Copyright 1998-2021 LitvakSIG, Inc. All rights reserved. Visit <a href="https://www.litvaksig.org/welcome-to-myheritage-visitor/" target="blank">LitvakSIG</a> for more information and to search its All-Lithuanian Database.<br><br>Some records in this collection were kept for taxation or conscription purposes. Many of the original records have also been lost or destroyed. As a result, there may be significant gaps in the years available. The majority of records are from places in present-day Lithuania. However, due to various geopolitical changes during the time period of this collection, the records are not limited to the modern boundaries of Lithuania, and the places listed in records may also be located in present-day Poland, Belarus, or other neighboring countries.
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Leon BramsonBorn: 1869, Kaunas
Leon Bramson was a Jewish activist, member of the first elected Russian Parliament in 1906-1907, then a leader and organizer of the World ORT.