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Submitted by Geoffrey Isaac Collins

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Approval Date: 3/21/2021 1:16 PM
Family Surname: KARLINSKY AIN
Country: Russia
Town: BIALYSTOK ZABLUDOW
Date of Image: 1902
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I need more information on the content, please:
It is issued by the Ministry of Interior Affairs of Grodno Governorate in the Russian empire as it was.
It has a subtitle of "THE RABBINATE"
It is signed by a Rabbi and apparently he is certifying the Birth of a child by the name of Haim /Chaim- in 1887 The parents are Lezer Issacovitch Karlinky or Korlinsky ( the Father ). The Mother was Gittel Benimova Ain - of Zabludow. The middle names here are the Russian Patronymics ie. derived from Fathers' names.

Translation including detail would be nice.
AND where can I obtain a good official copy of this document?- Thanks - Isaac Geoffrey Collins

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3/22/2021 10:58 AM Chaim, born in Zabludow on 9 Jan 1887
F: Ovsey Leyzer son of Itzko[?] Korlinsky of Zablodow
M: Gitla daughter of [some version of Benyamin?] [prob.]Eynd
3/23/2021 9:12 AM This is an extract from a birth record -- not a copy of the official record. The Jewish vital records prior to 1920 for many of the small towns around Bialystok City are not available either in the Bialystok or Grodno Archives. Some of records may have disappeared during WWI when major battles took place in this area. However, the Bialystok City Jewish records are all extant. They are indexed on JRI-PL, and the images are accessible online direct from the Bialystok Archives.
3/23/2021 9:13 AM This is an extract from a birth record -- not a copy of the official record. The Jewish vital records prior to 1920 for many of the small towns around Bialystok City are not available either in the Bialystok or Grodno Archives. Some of records may have disappeared during WWI when major battles took place in this area. However, the Bialystok City Jewish records are all extant. They are indexed on JRI-PL, and the images are accessible online direct from the Bialystok Archives.

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