I’m delighted to say I recently learned my great grandfather’s brother Moses Honig had two children who survived the Holocaust and moved to Israel around 1960. They were originally from the area of Cluj-Napoca (Kolozsvar), Transylvania, Romania. I would now dearly love to locate their descendants (if there are any).
My relatives were David Honig and Mali Honig. I found David’s grave. It says David Hoenig was the son of Moshe and Tilah; he died on July 13, 1973 and is buried in Haifa.
I’m not very familiar with research techniques for Israel. I would greatly appreciate any suggestions about how I can learn more.
Researching HONIG/HOENIG, FITZER, PELLER, MIHALY, KRENOVITZ/KRENOVICS/KREINOVIC, BUCHLER
Aranyosgyeres, Turda, Koloszvar (Cluj-Napoca), Stanislawow, Radautz, Brzezany, Budapest
John M. Hoenig
Professor of Marine Science | Department of Fisheries Science
Virginia Institute of Marine Science | PO Box 1346 (1375 Greate Rd), Gloucester Pt., VA 23062
my webpage: http://www.vims.edu/people/hoenig_jm/
pdf's of my papers: http://fluke.vims.edu/hoenig/professor.html
Google Scholar profile: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=T105G_oAAAAJ&hl=en