Searching the Radautz Jewish Births Database in One Step

Edgar Hauster and Bruce Reisch


During the summer of 2016, Edgar Hauster traveled to Rădăuţi, Romania, and visited the Archives in the Town Hall. With skillful negotiations and a little bit of luck, he was given permission to photograph vital records from the Rădăuţi, Solca, and Vicov Jewish communities of Bucovina. The Radautz Birth Registers Database, with more than 12,000 records spanning the years 1857 to 1929, is the third database resulting from these efforts. Search suggestions and more may be found by checking the Frequently Asked Questions page. Soundex searching is now available using the "sounds-like" button.

Search Tips: Though accented characters (including umlauts) are included in the database, please do not use accented characters (including umlauts) in your search entries. If unsure of spelling, use the "Sounds Like" (Soundex / Daitch-Mokotoff) search option to find names that are similar to the one you enter.

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Child Given Name
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Father Surname
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Father Given Name
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Mother Surname
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Mother Given Name
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Maiden Name
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To request a digital image of the original record, please click on the "Request Record" link in the results page, which generates an email request to us for the record of interest. Alternatively, you can send an email directly to Edgar Hauster with the following information from the Details link: Surname, Given Name, Date of Birth, Register Image, Register Volume, Register Page, and Register Entry Number. There is no charge; requests will be filled in the order received.


© Edgar Hauster and Bruce Reisch, 2019
this tool was created using Stephen P Morse's One-Step Search Tool generator

Acknowledgements: We thank Martina and Edgar Hauster for data acquisition and transcription. Bruce Reisch developed the one-step search site and searchable database using the One-Step Search Tool Generator on the Stephen P. Morse website, and with advice from Lucas Reisch. The inspiration for this project came from our late friend, Dorin Fränkel of Rădăuţi, who began to digitally photograph the town's Jewish vital records as early as 2008. We dedicate our efforts to his memory.