Gluck family from Waibstadt, Schlesinger from Bleicherode, #germany

Silvia <silvie@...>
 

Hello,

I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogic research for the past
years. I consider myself a novice in doing German Jewish genealogical
research.
I live in Buenos Aires, Argentina my native language is spanish but I also
understand english and german, and very little italian and french.
I consider myself a medium expert in computing and Internet.
My primary research is to find out when my great great grandfather was born
and died(Waibstadt. His name was Salomon GLUCK and his wife >from whom I have
no dates either was Bessle or Berta HIRSCH.(from??)
Some of my work done together with Mr.Siegfried Bastl a professor in
Waibstadt Germany of the local high school can be found in:
http://www.rsw.hd.bw.schule.de/shal/sha0.htm
or http://www.rsw.hd.bw.schule.de/a1/gl_0.htm (with a low dash after gl)
Those searching list of Gurs concentration camp where many German jews where
sent in 1041 can find it in http://www.rsw.hd.bw.schule.de/shal/gurs1.xls
Names and towns I am researching for are:

GLUCK (with two points on the u) WAIBSTADT year 1850 and less
SCHLESINGER >from Bleicherode am Harz years before 1800
GUTMANN, Lina >from Zeilitzheim, her brothers(10) before 1870;
her father was Simpson GUTMANN.

Silvia Gluck
silvie@...
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Welcome to GerSig! We will separately end you our introductory note on
our rules and procedures along with some basic guidance on sources and
links to good information. One procedure, you will read, relates to
using upper case letters for surnames (always) and regular case for
towns, states and countries. We have edited this first posting to help
you get started, and wish you good luck in your 'hunt'.
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