Patrick Munits

Patrick Munits

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Patrick Munits aka Муниц
Born 1970s.
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Son of [private father (unknown - unknown)] DNA confirmed and [private mother (unknown - unknown)] DNA confirmed
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Father of [private daughter (2000s - unknown)], [private daughter (2010s - unknown)] and [private daughter (2010s - unknown)]
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Profile last modified 22 May 2020 | Created 27 Mar 2016
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Wiki Genealogist November 2019 Club 100 September 2018 Club 1,000 One Name Studies Project Member DNA Tested March 2018 Club 1,000 January 2018 Club 1,000 Holocaust Project Member Honor Code Signatory Volunteer
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Patrick Munits migrated from Latvia to Canada.
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Biography

I was born in 1975 in Riga, Latvia, Soviet Union. Now I live in Greater Toronto Area in Canada.

I have started Munitz name study project, please join me!

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Муниц
Russian spelling of Jewish family name Munits. Possible other spellings: Муниц, Mounits, Munic, Munics, Mounitz, Munitz. Ancestry origins: Riga Latvia and Braslaw (Lithuania, Belarus, Russian Empire)
Нащи
Name of a small settlement in Novgorod region of Russia. Place of a significant settlement of Latvian colonists in Russia in the late XIX, early XX century.
BRASLAV
A town in Belarus. Formerly had a significant percentage of Jewish inhabitants. I'm primarily interested in Munitz families, but also in history of the town in general.
CIMBULIS
Latvian family name. Some members lived in Pskov region of Russia in late XIX, early XX century.
HOLOCAUST
I attempt to appropriately mark profiles that I create as either Holocaust Victims or Holocaust Survivors when it is applicable and there's sufficient evidence to establish person's fate during WWII.
MUNICS
Latvian spelling of Jewish family name Munits. Possible other spellings: Муниц, Mounits, Munic, Munics, Mounitz, Munitz. Ancestry origins: Riga Latvia and Braslaw (Lithuania, Belarus, Russian Empire)
MUNITS
Jewish family name Munits. Possible other spellings: Муниц, Mounits, Munic, Munics, Mounitz, Munitz. Ancestry origins: Riga Latvia and Braslaw (Lithuania, Belarus, Russian Empire)
MUNITZ
Germanic way of spelling anglicized variant of Yiddish surname Munits. Many Munitz families take their origins from current Belarus, close to borders with Lithuania and Latvia.
VENER
alternative family name spellings: VENERS, VENNER, VENNERS, Венер, Веннер, Венеръ, Веннеръ. Ancestors from Latvia (Smiltene area), Pskov and Novgorod areas in Russia
VENERS
Latvian spelling of family name VENER. Alternative spellings: VENERS, VENNER, VENNERS, Венер, Веннер, Венеръ, Веннеръ. Ancestors from Latvia (Smiltene area), Pskov and Novgorod areas in Russia
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Look, more Russian! I hope your summer is going well and is full of discoveries. - Karen

https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/630444/

posted by Karen Lowe
Patrick, I have this short birth record from 1876 written in cursive Russian. Would you have time to look at it? The handwriting is lovely. See the second clearer image here:

https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/592910/help-translating-handwritten-russian-birth-record

posted by Karen Lowe
Thanks for your work and insight, Patrick. I value them.
Hi

Wish you a Happy New Year. May 2018 bring you all you need to be happy.

Congratulation for adding your contributions in December. Whatever the quantity of your contributions, they all count. As I always say "Quality is better than quantity" to make a great family tree.

Thank you for being a Wikitreer,

Guy Constantineau - Wikitree leader

posted by Guy Constantineau
HI Patrick,

Now that you have had a little time to try WikiTree, there are a few more features you may find useful.

Ideas on what to include in a profile can be found in Styles and Standards, including some tips on writing biographies.

If you need to describe an event, an heirloom or a location relevant to your research, you may like to learn about Free Space Profiles.

Lastly, sometimes you'll run into unresponsive profile managers. We have a process for resolving those unfortunate situations.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask via my profile page.

Marlene ~ WikiTree Mentor

posted by Marlene Marx
You are now a confirmed member of WikiTree! Thank you for volunteering.

Have fun and ask for help if you need it! WikiTree members are always eager to offer guidance to a fellow genealogist. If you need additional help, our Mentors Project is a friendly bunch of volunteers who will be glad to assist you with WikiTree-specific problems. See you in the branches --

Welcome Michael F. Harris, Volunteer Greeter

posted by [Living Harris]
I noticed you uploaded a GEDCOM. That's awesome. Our GEDCOM process is a bit different than what might be used to on other sites. We have some great help pages to make your experience go more smoothly:

Upload vs Import What is GEDCompare Before Importing a GEDCOM After importing a GEDCOM If you have any questions about your GEDCOM or our process, you can contact our GEDCOM Manager for assistance. Thanks!

Hi Patrick,

Welcome to WikiTree! The initial email from us has helpful links that will get you started on WikiTree, which is not like any genealogy site you’ve ever used.

WikiTree is different because our goal is to have one profile per person, and that means we all work together as a BIG collaborative team!

What brings you to WikiTree? Do you have research you’d like to share? Are you interested in how your family fits into the big tree? When you confirm your email address, you’ll have an opportunity to volunteer and tell us about your genealogical interests.

Once you volunteer, one of our Greeters will be happy to confirm your membership, and you’ll be on your way!

Welcome to the family! We’re really glad you’re here.

Marshall

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