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    I would greatly appreciate if someone could refer me to a site where I may learn more about researching Russian genealogy-related records. I recently learned that two of my second great-uncles died during the Russian Revolution of 1905. In particular, I wish to research the death records for the city of Saint Petersburg for January, 1905. Any help would be very much appreciated.
    I [Nebuchadnezzar] made a trench searching for the old foundation deposits ( . . . ), and I found the foundation of Naram-Sin, the king of Babylon, a remote ancestor, and I did not remove his inscription, but put my own inscription together with his inscription.
    The Pious King: Royal Patronage of Temples
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    I doubt most of the records are on-line. You would have to physically come to St Petersburg and go to state archive, AFAIK.

    But maybe you can write them and they would e-mail the info? I don't know.

    Here is a site called "Central Archive of St Petersburg"

    http://spb.rusarchives.ru/Central_State_Archive/Contact

    There is a window on the right, where you can ask a question and leave your email for answer, they do not necessarily understand English, so use google translate.

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    Hi voron,

    Thank you very much for taking the time to respond to my question. I will do as you suggested. If my half-aunt were not up there in age, I would have asked her to look into it for me. I have never spoken to her sons (my half first cousins), but they are a possibility, I suppose. That is, of course, assuming they still live in Saint Petersburg. Thanks again for the link. Much appreciated.
    Last edited by Humanist; 2010-04-17 at 08:26.
    I [Nebuchadnezzar] made a trench searching for the old foundation deposits ( . . . ), and I found the foundation of Naram-Sin, the king of Babylon, a remote ancestor, and I did not remove his inscription, but put my own inscription together with his inscription.
    The Pious King: Royal Patronage of Temples
    By Caroline Waerzeggers

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