ROBERT TEITELBAUM <bobtbaum@...>
I have just rejoined the group.I consider myself to be advanced
in doing Alsace Jewish Genealogy research. I live in Ithaca, New York
My native language is English and I also know French. I consider myself
good in using a computer. My experience in using the Internet is fairly
I am most interested in family experiences and stories. My primary research
goals now are to find out:
1. To find out what happened to my great grandfather's sister, Sara,
who came to New York with him then "disappears" >from the records.
2. If there are any surviving BLOCHs directly related to my great
grandfather's family surviving in Europe.
My JGFF Researcher ID number is 8341 The family names and ancestral towns
that I have entered in the JGFF (JewishGenFamily Finder)
are my four grandparental families (listed below) and their spouses and
Presently I am pursuing a missing decade of my Alsatian, BLOCH,family
in New York City. Does anyone have an idea where Alsatian Jews who came
to New York City around 1870 might have gathered or gone to religious
services (what synagogue)or been a part of any kind of group?
Would there have been a neighborhood or living accomodation where
people spoke the familiar languages of Alsace and had a similar history?
In addition to the BLOCH family of Valff, Bas Rhin, Alsace to New York
am researching: TEITELBAUM: Tarnopol, Galicia to Western Pennsylvania
1871 then to Brooklyn, New York 1890; FELLEMAN: Marken, Amsterdam, Holland
to Philadelphia 1832, then to New York and Brooklyn, NY circa 1841
GOLDSCHMIDT (GOLDSMITH): Sprendlingen, Hessen, Germany to Brooklyn, NY 1855
Bob Teitelbaum, Ithaca, NY firstname.lastname@example.org