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Translation of extract from the list of married and unmarried Jewish families

I received the following document on May 12th, 2011 via e-mail from the Statearchive in Rseszow (Archiwum Państwowe w Rzeszowie).
This document is an extract from the the list of married and unmarried Jewish families with an entry for Kalech-Stieber from Brozozów:

Transcription:
Wykaz ślubnych i nieślubnych rodzin izrael

 12345678910
1No. xxxxNazwiskaImjona rodziczyurodz.śmierćNazwiskourodz.śmierćxxxx ślubuUwaga
2504Sara StieberTobias
Perla
Lammer
17.10.1878Mozes Josef
Kalech

Translation:
List of married and unmarried Jewish families
 12345678910
1No. xxxxNameParent's namesBorndeathNameborndeathxxxx of marriagenotes
2504Sara
Stieber
Tobias
Perla
Lammer
17.10.1878Mozes Josef
Kalech

For further details on these records: Brzozow PSA B1885-1907 Marriages/Lwow Wojewodztwa / Rzeszow Province (records in Fond 16 in Sanok Archive) (see www.jri-poland.org)

Immigration files in Archives of Antwerp & State Archives of Belgium

In the courtyard of the Felixpakhuis complex

I posted a few times in a few newsgroups/forums with as subject Jewish Genealogy a short explanation on the files in the Belgian archives.
I hope to publish once an article on my blog with more details about my experience in the archives, for the moment being I think it could be useful for other researchers to read the following short explanation according to my view:

Hi,
Usually all documents were kept in twofold. One copy stayed in the city/town and the other copy went to the state archives in Brussels.
In Antwerp you have a few boroughs which have separate administrations and were independent cities/towns . Nowadays these cities/towns are part of Antwerp, the most interesting boroughs for Jews researching their ancestors is: Borgerhout, Berchem and Antwerpen. The archives from the other boroughs besides, Antwerp, are not in the felixarchief (each city could choose whether to save the files or whether to throw them away). Continue reading Immigration files in Archives of Antwerp & State Archives of Belgium