Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Reviews of visits to Hungarian and Transylvanian Cemeteries #hungary


Vivian Kahn
 

I have used the International Jewish Cemetery Project at =
https://iajgscemetery.org/ to find information about cemeteries. Another =
appropriate repository would be any KehilaLinks websites that have been =
created for the communities reviwed.

Vivian Kahn
JewishGen Hungarian Research Director


On Nov 3, 2019, at 11:04 PM, H-SIG digest <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org> =
wrote:
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Subject: Re: Reviews of visits to Hungarian and Transylvanian =
Cemeteries
From: tomk@ecologicaltech.com
Date: Fri, 1 Nov 2019 16:07:41 -0400
X-Message-Number: 3
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that's great, but is there any way to update the information on =
jewishgen? there is jowbr, and, i think, some older infofiles as well. =
if i were looking to visit these cemeteries, i'd be more likely to =
search the website than to look through the h-sig discussion group for =
updates.
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....... tom klein, toronto
Reviews of visits to Hungarian and Transylvanian Cemeterieswrote:
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I visited a number of towns and cities in Eastern Hungary and =
Transylvania
over the last month. I wrote updates/reviews for IAJGS but thought it =
would
be of interest to the list as well. In many cases, the location =
descriptions
available >from Mazsihisz or Fedrom are inaccurate or incomplete and I =
have given more specific locations.
I also visited Debrecen and Szekesfehervar but have nothing to add to =
what
is already known.
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Please scroll down to read the towns of interest.
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Hungary:
Berettyoujfalu
Derecske
Hajdusamson
Puspokladany
Vancsod
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Romania:
Arad Old Neolog
Baia Mare / Nagybanya
Carei / Nagykaroly
Cermei / Cselmo
Chisieneu Cris / Kisjeno
Mediesu Aurit / Aranyosmeggyes
Pincota/Pancota, Arad County
Seini / Szinervaralja
Vanatori / Vadasz, Arad County
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