JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Szeniczer Ladies #general


Dolph Klein <kledolph@...>
 

Jerry, Unless there happened to be more than one Ladies Szeniczer S&B,
this society took its name >from the former Hungarian town of Szenicz which
today is known as Senice in western Slovakia. I recognize a few of the
women's names on your list, some related to me and others related to Rabbi
Marmorstein who contributes occasional postings to JewishGen and H-SIG.
The society has a section of gravesites at the Mt. Hebron cemetery in
Flushing, NY as does the men's Szeniczer.

Dolph Klein
Chapel Hill, NC

Genners:
We have listed the membership of the Szenicer Ladies Sick and
Benevolent Society at
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/szeniczer_ladies_sick_bene.htm
I apologize for my lack of professional detachment but the thought
of placing those hard working, dedicated women on limbo's
backburner cracked my resolve and I come to the membership for
finding a place for these ladies on our site. The problem is where
to put them. Gunnar Berg of YIVO claims to have found a near
sounding Szeniczer sighting east of Bialystok in southwestern
Belarus at lat 53-42 long 24-25. The shtetl finder has approximate
names and I can find nothing on JGFF to link the names with searching
descendants.
Please look at these name lists and contact me with family and
geographical linkage if you can. I would appreciate e-mail if hits
can be made. I just don't want those good ladies to be homeless on
the internet.
Jerry Seligsohn
NYC
SELIGSOHN and ELKIN of Mogilev/Dnepr
JSelig3460@aol.com

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