"All Russia Family Tree" is a research project. Russian part of our web-site contains a lot of information about russian, ukrainian, belorusiian etc. peoples and their relatives. Information about archives, genealogists in regions... We are specialists in genealogy, researching russian roots and russian armory and we can help you to find russian roots or relatives.
MAIN PAGE Main russian paige for everybody who is interested in genealogy. Add it to your FAVORITES list righ now! READING RUSSIAN Page describes how to work with russian historical documents and this web-site. GENEALOGICAL KNOWLEGE BASE (RUS) Structured information on surnames, ancestors, historical events, russian genealogists contacts, information about russian archives and genealogical articles. RUSSIAN GENEALOGICAL FORUM (RUS) Forum for an ancestors search, live discussions on history. Useful genealogixal practices etc... Объявления партнеров: Хочешь круто отпраздновать НГ и свадьбу? тамада киев в Украине Исследования в архивах города. cialis 20 mg FAREWELL TO RUSSIA "Farewell to Russia" is the autobiography of Princess Lydia Volkonsky. Book is an eyewitness account of historical events from 1905 to 1946: : World War I, the Russian Revolution, the Russian Civil War, the Soviet-Polish War of 1920 and World War II. Nothing is fictionalized.
All Russia Family Tree
All Russia Family Tree is a kind of "Who is (and was) who in Russia"
site with display of family links. There will be more later. Eventually,
links, homepages and e-mail addresses and everything that relates to will
be turned into one united network. Our goal is to create a database with
all the family links. Now it is just the beginning of such a long way.
One can think it unbeleivable and unreachable, but everyone knows that
not long ago most the families in Russia had not less than 10 children.
Judging this information, how many people, do you think, were living in
Russia in the 15th century. We are all relatives, one way or another...
Things you can
Browse the database
Browse the database by selecting the beginning letters of the surname and then jumping from
one surname to another. Russian alphabet and pronunciation of Russian letters
is on the page "Surname list" Everything is in
Russian, but no one stops you to learn to read it.
If you can read Russian (or have a friend who can), have
cyrillic fonts installed on your computer, you are welcome.
If you don't know Russian and have no Russian-speaking
friends you can use this site the same way: every letter of the alphabet
opens with a table, where the beginnings of surnames are shown both in
Russian and in English. Go to the part you look for, where needed surname
is located, select and copy the part needed and then use online translation
service: it opens in a new window and you can use it on any page you like.
There is a translation service at www.translate.ru.
If you register there (its free) you can translate whole web-pages.
Or you can use simple online translator just by choosing proper language and clicking "ok" button. Test it right now! Check if russian text situated left from the translation box became translated it means that magic works!
Добро пожаловать в русскоязычную часть интернет-сайта проекта "Всероссийское генеалогическое древо". Если вы можете прочитать этот текст на своем родном языке значит теперь вам доступна вся информация размещенная на сайте - смело переходите на главную страницу и жмите на любые ссылки!
ALTHOUGH LOTS OF INFORMATION IS IN RUSSIAN YOU
SURE CAN WORK WITH IT!
Add information about yourself
Add information about yourself,
your ancestors and your search.
Easy to understand that it is difficult for a person who don't know Russian (there
is a Russian interface there), but you can try.
When you get there, you can push the left red-brown
In the upper line you are to write the head of
your message. On the third line you are to write your name, or you can
leave the word Guest there. Write nothing on the fourth line. And write
you message in the lowest square. The message will be posted when you'll
push the left lower square gray button on which it is written something
like OTIIPABNTL. Don't forget to write your contact information, so that
people could answer you somehow. Or you can remember the address of your
message (when it appears) and vizit it to look if somebody answered.
About us (Contacts)
are - Sergey Kotelnikov and Ludmilla Birukova from Moscow, Russia. Sergey
deals with offline things and Ludmilla is responsible for the Internet
Attention! We don't check the information
that is posted to our messageboard. We beleive only the facts that
were written and/or registered in books and documents. This database is
only a starting point for a deeper research.