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Romanovka

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JewishGen KehilaLinks: http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Colonies_of_Ukraine/Romanovka.htm

1900s Name: Romanovka
1900s District: Kherson
1900s Province: Kherson
1900s Country: Russian Empire

Modern: Romanovka, Ukraine
Modern Ukrainian: Романовка  listen town name in ukrainian
Modern Russian: Романовка  listen town name in russian

1930s: , , ,
1950s: , Soviet Union

Other names: Romanovka, Romanovskaya, Romanowka Bolshoya, Romanovka Malaya, Romanow, Romanowka, Romanowka, Powtrembowla

Coordinates:
47°26'N 32°57'E Mapquest Google Maps

Projects

NameCoordinatorStatusView
CAHJP Document Acquisition and Translation - Kherson ProvinceSylvia WalowitzIn progress
This is a general project for Kherson province towns, including Novopoltavka. It deals with the following documents obtained from the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People (at Hebrew University in Jerusalem). 

  HM2/9025.1 -- Novo-Poltavka The offices of Novo-Russian and Bessarabian general governor, 1841-1842

  HM2/9024.44 -- Correspondence with the ministry of governmental properties regarding permits for selected people of newly established settlements in Lvovo, Nowo Bereslav, Novopoltavka, Romanovka and Malaya Seideminucha to depart from Kurliatsky, Vitebsky and Mogilevsky regions in order to collect donations for the erection of synagogues and houses of prayer. 1842-1843

  HM2/9025.6 -- Items from the journey by the inspection commission of the region into the Jewish settlement of Kherson region. List of Jewish settlers in Romanovka, Nowo Bereslav, Novopoltavka, 1843-1849

  HM2/9021.11 -- Committee for foreign settlers in southern Russia (Jewish settlement). Matter in the affairs of exclusion of citizen from the settlement of Novopoltavka  David Pape in connection with his conversion into the Christian faith, 1850-1853. 

  HM2/9973.13 -- Regarding the application of Baron Hirsch for Russian Jewish immigration to Argentina, 1881-1904

The HM numbers in this list refer to the document"s catalog number at the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People.
Fundraising Project, Doc Acquisition/Translation for Kherson, RomanovkaSylvia WalowitzIn progress
The FHL has Jewish vital records and family list microfilms for 83 towns and districts within the JewishGen Ukraine SIG"s geographic area, plus revision lists and community records for about 158 districts. Within the past few years, the FHL and its associated FamilySearch Centers (FSCs) have installed microfilm scanners, which can be used to convert microfilm images to several useful digital image formats. Our volunteers will rent microfilms from the FHL and will use the FHL/FSC scanners to obtain digitized images of vital records, revision lists, and other relevant documents. After acquisition, we will initiate individual translation projects. The translations (but not the images) will be posted in the JewishGen Ukraine Database, and possibly other locations.

The Central Archives (CAHJP) is accelerating document acquisition from archives in Eastern Europe, especially Poland and Ukraine. The JewishGen Ukraine SIG has an arrangement with the Director of the Central Archives to obtain digitized images of the records they obtain at a discounted price (see the “Estimated Cost” section of this proposal, below). This agreement stems from cooperative activities between the Kremenets District Research Group and the Central Archives over the past five years. In addition, the CAHJP has agreed to accept our requests for records from towns outside the Kremenets District.

The project will be carried out in several overlapping phases:

Identifying appropriate scanning resources, costs, and volunteers
Document acquisition: scanning FHL microfilms, and digital images of CAHJP documents
Translation / transliteration,
Processing for posting in the JewishGen Ukraine Database and other places.

Document and Dataset Collections

NameTime frameView
CAHJP Documents, HM2/9024.44, 1842-1843, Correspondence regarding permits for selected people to collect donations to erect synagogues, Romanovka1842-1843
Correspondence with the Ministry of Governmental Properties regarding permits for selected people of newly established settlements in Lvovo, Novyy Bereslav, Nova-Poltavka, Romanovka and Malaya Seideminucha to depart to Kurlyandsky, Vitebsky and Mogilevsky regions in order to collect donations for the erection of synagogues and houses of prayer.
The CAJHP catalog nunber is HM2/9024.44 .  The documents are handwritten in Russian.  The title is "The offices of Novo-Russian and Bessarabian general governor."  The original archive is GAOdO, Odessa. Fond 1, Opis 2, Delo 71 


Contact 
Sylvia Walowitz
for information about this collection.
CAHJP Documents, HM2/9025.6, 1843-1849, List of Jewish Settlers, Romanovka1843-1849
List of Jewish settlers in Romanovka, Novi-Bereslav, Novo-Poltavka. Items from the journey into the Jewish settlement of Kherson region by the Inspection Commission of the region.
CAHJP catalog number HM2/9025.6, the documents are handwritten in Russian.  The title is "The offices of Novo-Russian and Bessarabian general governor."  The original archives is GAOdO, Odessa. Fond 1, Opis 2, Delo 89

Contact 
Sylvia Walowitz
for information about this collection.

Articles

TitleTypeAuthorView
RomanovkaHistorical ArticlesYakov Pasik
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