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surnames #general

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz
 

Along the lines of Kaskel >from Yehezkel, the surname KHEEL (a well-known
lawyer in New York) derives >from Yehiel.
Ida Selavan Schwarcz
Arad, Israel

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen surnames #general

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz
 

Along the lines of Kaskel >from Yehezkel, the surname KHEEL (a well-known
lawyer in New York) derives >from Yehiel.
Ida Selavan Schwarcz
Arad, Israel

Re: Khatskel also Kaskel #general

Nick <tulse04-news@...>
 

"Jan Bousse" <janbousse@...> wrote

What I want to say is that the name Ezekiel has also given the surname
KASKEL. One of the more famous persons with that name was Michael KASKEL
in Dresden, late 1600s, a banker, founder of Bankhaus Kaskel, which later
became the Dresdner Bank, still in existence, I believe. The same
Dresdener Bank recently came into the news for the fact that during WW2
they had financed operations connected with the deportation of Jews.
The Dresdner Bank's website says that the Bank Michael Kaskel was
established in 1771 >from which it was formed in 1872.

http://tinyurl.com/lyyc9

--
Nick Landau
London, UK

COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland) WEITZMAN (Cracow), WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany)
KOHN/WEISSKOPF (Wallerstein and Kleinerdlingen,Germany) LANDAU (only adopted
on leaving Belarus or later)/FREDKIN (?) (Gomel, Mogilev, Chernigov,
Belarus)

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Khatskel also Kaskel #general

Nick <tulse04-news@...>
 

"Jan Bousse" <janbousse@...> wrote

What I want to say is that the name Ezekiel has also given the surname
KASKEL. One of the more famous persons with that name was Michael KASKEL
in Dresden, late 1600s, a banker, founder of Bankhaus Kaskel, which later
became the Dresdner Bank, still in existence, I believe. The same
Dresdener Bank recently came into the news for the fact that during WW2
they had financed operations connected with the deportation of Jews.
The Dresdner Bank's website says that the Bank Michael Kaskel was
established in 1771 >from which it was formed in 1872.

http://tinyurl.com/lyyc9

--
Nick Landau
London, UK

COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland) WEITZMAN (Cracow), WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany)
KOHN/WEISSKOPF (Wallerstein and Kleinerdlingen,Germany) LANDAU (only adopted
on leaving Belarus or later)/FREDKIN (?) (Gomel, Mogilev, Chernigov,
Belarus)

Re: Do you have a Napoleon 1812 story? #belarus

SoniaHoff1@...
 

Do you have a Napoleon 1812 story?

Roots-Key, the journal of Jewish Genealogical Society Los Angeles, is
collecting information about Napoleon's Russian Campaign of 1812. We
hope to be able to plot the route >from Kovno to Moscow with your stories.

Napoleon's army covered a broad front that stretched north and south
through Kovno, Vilna, Svensionys, Vitebsk, Mogilev and Minsk, bordered
by the Pripet Marshes on the south, and crossing the Nieman, the Dneiper,
and the Berezino Rivers. Major battles were in Smolensk, Borisov and
Borodino. Every village and villager was affected. Construction,
demolition, pillage, disease and death threatened every shtetl and town
in his path.

If you have a story, no matter how insignificant or obscure it sounds,
we would like to hear it. If you would like to participate in this JGSLA
project, please contact Nancy Holden, Editor of Roots-Key, at:
nholden@....

Sonia Hoffman
President, JGSLA

Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: Do you have a Napoleon 1812 story? #lithuania

SoniaHoff1@...
 

Do you have a Napoleon 1812 story?

Roots-Key, the journal of Jewish Genealogical Society Los Angeles, is
collecting information about Napoleon's Russian Campaign of 1812. We
hope to be able to plot the route >from Kovno to Moscow with your stories.

Napoleon's army covered a broad front that stretched north and south
through Kovno, Vilna, Svensionys, Vitebsk, Mogilev and Minsk, bordered
by the Pripet Marshes on the south, and crossing the Nieman, the Dneiper,
and the Berezino Rivers. Major battles were in Smolensk, Borisov and
Borodino. Every village and villager was affected. Construction,
demolition, pillage, disease and death threatened every shtetl and town
in his path.

If you have a story, no matter how insignificant or obscure it sounds,
we would like to hear it. If you would like to participate in this JGSLA
project, please contact Nancy Holden, Editor of Roots-Key, at:
nholden@....

Sonia Hoffman
President, JGSLA

Re: Manasse ben Yaakov Wolf KRAKOWSKI - Kalisz, Wielun, Lodz region? #poland

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Jim Bennett >from Haifa wonders where the descendants
of his KRAKOWSKI family >from the Lodz region have
disappeared to. Manasse KRAKOWSKI was born in Kalisz
in 1828 to parents Yaakov Wolf KRAKOWSKI and Hadasse
RODZIKOW. In 1854 Manasse came to nearby Wielun and
married Hanna MOSKOWICZ >from Jim's family, but they
didn't settle in Wielun, because no children were
subsequently born there.

I have found the following buried in Vienna - they
could be descendants:

Krakowsky Abraham aged 21 died 21.11.1911
ZENTRALFRIEDHOF Gate 1 Group 19 Row 53 Grave 48A
Krakowsky Alter aged 24 died 24.03.1918
ZENTRALFRIEDHOF Gate IV Group 4 Row 28 Grave 72
Krakowsky Freide Ruchel aged 22 buried 26.11.1884
ZENTRALFRIEDHOF Gate I. Group 8 Row 24 Grave 10

NB: Chrakowsky alternate spelling for Abraham given

Celia Male [U.K.] but currently in Jerusalem

JRI Poland #Poland re: Manasse ben Yaakov Wolf KRAKOWSKI - Kalisz, Wielun, Lodz region? #poland

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Jim Bennett >from Haifa wonders where the descendants
of his KRAKOWSKI family >from the Lodz region have
disappeared to. Manasse KRAKOWSKI was born in Kalisz
in 1828 to parents Yaakov Wolf KRAKOWSKI and Hadasse
RODZIKOW. In 1854 Manasse came to nearby Wielun and
married Hanna MOSKOWICZ >from Jim's family, but they
didn't settle in Wielun, because no children were
subsequently born there.

I have found the following buried in Vienna - they
could be descendants:

Krakowsky Abraham aged 21 died 21.11.1911
ZENTRALFRIEDHOF Gate 1 Group 19 Row 53 Grave 48A
Krakowsky Alter aged 24 died 24.03.1918
ZENTRALFRIEDHOF Gate IV Group 4 Row 28 Grave 72
Krakowsky Freide Ruchel aged 22 buried 26.11.1884
ZENTRALFRIEDHOF Gate I. Group 8 Row 24 Grave 10

NB: Chrakowsky alternate spelling for Abraham given

Celia Male [U.K.] but currently in Jerusalem

New Book, "Caviar and Ashes" in the JewishGenMall #latvia

Carol W. Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners,

Whether your ancestors came >from Poland or you are just interested in the
history of the Polish intellectuals of the 20th century, the new book
"Caviar and Ashes" by Dr. Marci Shore is sure to be a fascinating read.
Recently published by Yale University Press, the book can now be purchased
at a discounted price through the JewishGenMall.

Dr. Shore's "Caviar and Ashes" eloquently presents the history of a
generation of Polish intelligentsia born at the turn of the last
century. The book follows the lives of young innovators who chose the
Marxist philosophy even before Poland fell under the control of the Soviet
Union. Their selected path took them >from literary cafes not only to
corridors of power but also to prison cells. The work, based on the newly
obtainable archives >from Poland, the ex-USSR and Israel, recounts over
fifty years of Eastern-European Jewish literati history in the twentieth
century.

Please visit the JewishGenMall at < www.jewishgenmall.org > and to read
more about the book or to place your order, click on the moving banner..

We welcome your visit and appreciate whatever purchases are made in the
JewishGenMall since this is one way of helping support JewishGen programs
and projects.

Carol

Carol W. Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Special Projects

New Book, "Caviar and Ashes" in the JewishGenMall #scandinavia

Carol W. Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners,

Whether your ancestors came >from Poland or you are just interested in the
history of the Polish intellectuals of the 20th century, the new book
"Caviar and Ashes" by Dr. Marci Shore is sure to be a fascinating read.
Recently published by Yale University Press, the book can now be purchased
at a discounted price through the JewishGenMall.

Dr. Shore's "Caviar and Ashes" eloquently presents the history of a
generation of Polish intelligentsia born at the turn of the last
century. The book follows the lives of young innovators who chose the
Marxist philosophy even before Poland fell under the control of the Soviet
Union. Their selected path took them >from literary cafes not only to
corridors of power but also to prison cells. The work, based on the newly
obtainable archives >from Poland, the ex-USSR and Israel, recounts over
fifty years of Eastern-European Jewish literati history in the twentieth
century.

Please visit the JewishGenMall at < www.jewishgenmall.org > and to read
more about the book or to place your order, click on the moving banner..

We welcome your visit and appreciate whatever purchases are made in the
JewishGenMall since this is one way of helping support JewishGen programs
and projects.

Carol

Carol W. Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Special Projects

Latvia SIG #Latvia New Book, "Caviar and Ashes" in the JewishGenMall #latvia

Carol W. Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners,

Whether your ancestors came >from Poland or you are just interested in the
history of the Polish intellectuals of the 20th century, the new book
"Caviar and Ashes" by Dr. Marci Shore is sure to be a fascinating read.
Recently published by Yale University Press, the book can now be purchased
at a discounted price through the JewishGenMall.

Dr. Shore's "Caviar and Ashes" eloquently presents the history of a
generation of Polish intelligentsia born at the turn of the last
century. The book follows the lives of young innovators who chose the
Marxist philosophy even before Poland fell under the control of the Soviet
Union. Their selected path took them >from literary cafes not only to
corridors of power but also to prison cells. The work, based on the newly
obtainable archives >from Poland, the ex-USSR and Israel, recounts over
fifty years of Eastern-European Jewish literati history in the twentieth
century.

Please visit the JewishGenMall at < www.jewishgenmall.org > and to read
more about the book or to place your order, click on the moving banner..

We welcome your visit and appreciate whatever purchases are made in the
JewishGenMall since this is one way of helping support JewishGen programs
and projects.

Carol

Carol W. Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Special Projects

Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia New Book, "Caviar and Ashes" in the JewishGenMall #scandinavia

Carol W. Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners,

Whether your ancestors came >from Poland or you are just interested in the
history of the Polish intellectuals of the 20th century, the new book
"Caviar and Ashes" by Dr. Marci Shore is sure to be a fascinating read.
Recently published by Yale University Press, the book can now be purchased
at a discounted price through the JewishGenMall.

Dr. Shore's "Caviar and Ashes" eloquently presents the history of a
generation of Polish intelligentsia born at the turn of the last
century. The book follows the lives of young innovators who chose the
Marxist philosophy even before Poland fell under the control of the Soviet
Union. Their selected path took them >from literary cafes not only to
corridors of power but also to prison cells. The work, based on the newly
obtainable archives >from Poland, the ex-USSR and Israel, recounts over
fifty years of Eastern-European Jewish literati history in the twentieth
century.

Please visit the JewishGenMall at < www.jewishgenmall.org > and to read
more about the book or to place your order, click on the moving banner..

We welcome your visit and appreciate whatever purchases are made in the
JewishGenMall since this is one way of helping support JewishGen programs
and projects.

Carol

Carol W. Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Special Projects

Re: Odessa Club #ukraine

dave_mason@juno.com <dave_mason@...>
 

Anita Citron wrote,

"http://www.odessitclub.org/archive/index.php?fname=3Dmain is the page
in both English and Russian (or is it Ukranian?)."

That is Russian. In Russian cyrillic, i's always look like backwards N.
Ukrainian has these characters, but also an "i" formed like ours, and
another "i" with two dots. Belarussian doesn't have the i with two dots,
but adds Y (U) with an accent mark, which neither Russian nor Ukrainian
have.

Odessa may still be more Russian than Ukrainian despite its location.

Dave

Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Odessa Club #ukraine

dave_mason@juno.com <dave_mason@...>
 

Anita Citron wrote,

"http://www.odessitclub.org/archive/index.php?fname=3Dmain is the page
in both English and Russian (or is it Ukranian?)."

That is Russian. In Russian cyrillic, i's always look like backwards N.
Ukrainian has these characters, but also an "i" formed like ours, and
another "i" with two dots. Belarussian doesn't have the i with two dots,
but adds Y (U) with an accent mark, which neither Russian nor Ukrainian
have.

Odessa may still be more Russian than Ukrainian despite its location.

Dave

Seeking information on Rulikovski Cemetery #romania

Leslie Weinberg <lbw50@...>
 

I hired a researcher in Romania, and one of the records he found was
the burial of what would appear to be my great grandmother. He told
me she is buried in Rulikovski Cemetery. I have never heard that
name mentioned in any posts. Can anyone give me any information on
this? Thank you, Leslie Weinberg
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Romania SIG #Romania Seeking information on Rulikovski Cemetery #romania

Leslie Weinberg <lbw50@...>
 

I hired a researcher in Romania, and one of the records he found was
the burial of what would appear to be my great grandmother. He told
me she is buried in Rulikovski Cemetery. I have never heard that
name mentioned in any posts. Can anyone give me any information on
this? Thank you, Leslie Weinberg
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Re: what sources list siblings of deceased immigrants to Vienna? #austria-czech

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

In response to my question about Viennese records that might list the
brother of a deceased immigrant to Vienna >from Galicia, Israel Pickholtz
wrote:

"Logan, isn't it easier to look for the putative brother in Galicia and see
if his parents are listed, A birth record, for instance?"

Yes, it is easier, but Galician sources I am aware of that might list the
brother's parents either do not or are not known to exist. This is why I am
turning to Vienna for answers.

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@...
near Washington, D.C.

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech RE: what sources list siblings of deceased immigrants to Vienna? #austria-czech

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

In response to my question about Viennese records that might list the
brother of a deceased immigrant to Vienna >from Galicia, Israel Pickholtz
wrote:

"Logan, isn't it easier to look for the putative brother in Galicia and see
if his parents are listed, A birth record, for instance?"

Yes, it is easier, but Galician sources I am aware of that might list the
brother's parents either do not or are not known to exist. This is why I am
turning to Vienna for answers.

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@...
near Washington, D.C.

Re: what sources list siblings of deceased immigrants to Vienna? #austria-czech

Israel P
 

Logan, isn't it easier to look for the putative brother in Galicia
and see if his parents are listed, A birth record, for instance?

Or have I misunderstood (yet again)?

Israel Pickholtz

Quoting Austria-Czech SIG digest <austriaczech@...>:

A relative of mine immigrated to Vienna >from Galicia between 1893 and 1904,
and died in Vienna in 1905. I know his name, date of death, date of burial,
where he is buried in Vienna, year of birth, parents' names, siblings names,
and an address in Vienna. Based on non-Viennese sources, I strongly suspect
that a person who remained in Galicia and died after him was a brother of
his, but my attempts to learn that person's parents' names or other
information linking the two have failed.

What Viennese sources might supply the names of siblings, nieces, or nephews
of this person? I am unfamiliar with Viennese sources, but gather >from the
SIG website that the Heraldic-Genealogical Society "Adler" might have death
notices with such information. Is the Magistrat der Stadt Wien the
appropriate place to inquire about wills? Are there any other sources I
should consult?

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: what sources list siblings of deceased immigrants to Vienna? #austria-czech

Israel P
 

Logan, isn't it easier to look for the putative brother in Galicia
and see if his parents are listed, A birth record, for instance?

Or have I misunderstood (yet again)?

Israel Pickholtz

Quoting Austria-Czech SIG digest <austriaczech@...>:

A relative of mine immigrated to Vienna >from Galicia between 1893 and 1904,
and died in Vienna in 1905. I know his name, date of death, date of burial,
where he is buried in Vienna, year of birth, parents' names, siblings names,
and an address in Vienna. Based on non-Viennese sources, I strongly suspect
that a person who remained in Galicia and died after him was a brother of
his, but my attempts to learn that person's parents' names or other
information linking the two have failed.

What Viennese sources might supply the names of siblings, nieces, or nephews
of this person? I am unfamiliar with Viennese sources, but gather >from the
SIG website that the Heraldic-Genealogical Society "Adler" might have death
notices with such information. Is the Magistrat der Stadt Wien the
appropriate place to inquire about wills? Are there any other sources I
should consult?