Souvenir / family book for bar mitzvas #galicia


Ruben Weiser
 

I want to share with all of you the new family book I made for my
second son's bar mitzvah and gave it as a souvenir to the attendees.
I think it can give new ideas to others that have the same idea on
mind.

For many years I wanted to write a book about my family genealogy
research but who in the family will be interested in dates and names
like we (genealogist) are? Some time ago I had the idea to write for
my son's bar mitzvah a small book with 13 stories with a nice
teaching of 13 of his ancestors with an introduction to each story
with information about that ancestor. And in each story I added a
picture of the ancestor or the town where he or she lived and or the
headstone picture etc. Most of the people liked the book and started
to be somehow interested in genealogy.

Anybody interested to see the book ,just send me an email and I will
be happy to send it by email in pdf format. rubweiser@gmail.com
This is the index of the book:

Introduction
1) Rab Abraham Aaron Teitelbaum of Kolbuszowa
(Leshem Shamayim honor)
2) Bolisa Levy of Aleppo (Sacrifice for your neighbors in need)
3) Eliahu Reich of Rzeszow (Give what God has entrusted us with)
4) Biniamin Jonatan Schwartz of Piricse (If it isn't me, who then?)
5) Moshe Gelberman of Rohod (Hachnasat Orchim)
6) Rab Naftali Tzvi Horowitz of Ropshitz
(Everything should be properly balanced)
7) Rab Itzjak Meshulam Zalman Reinmann of Narol
(And if it's not exactly what we wanted)
8) Rabi Menachem Mendel Rubin of Lezko
(What is the use of anger?)
9) Nissim Juejati of Aleppo (Everything is for the best)
10) Rab Shimshon Wertheimer of Wien (Kiddush Hashem)
11) Leib Shamash of Eisenstadt (Depending on God's will)
12) Rab Moshe Teitelbaum of Satoraljaujhely
(Waiting for the Mashiach every single day)
13) Simja Alegre Kassin of Aleppo (Leshem Shamayim arguments)
14) Josef Weisz of Balassagyarmat (Kiddush Hashem)
15) Haprenumerantn

Hope it helps others to write their family histories.

Ruben Weiser
Buenos Aires
Argentina

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