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BRANDLE (1818) & WIRTH (1814), DRENTIL (1858, Strasbourg) ancestors #germany

C <beachwatergirl@...>
 

Dear Genners:
I am also looking for the following, but am more
interested in the maternal ancestral lineages, if you
know of them... .

Adolphus Ferdinand WIRTH (b. 3/13/1814, Germany; d. _____, ?) married
Franciska BRANDLE (b. 10/15/1818, ?; d. _____, ?) and they had at least one son,
Adolphus Josephus WIRTH (b. 4/8/1854, _____?; d.3/6/1924, _____, ?).

AJ WIRTH married Teresa DRENTIL (b. 12/30/1858, Stasbourg Vintners; d. _____)
and they had at least one son, Frederick Adolphus WIRTH (b.7/7/1883, ?;
d.6/12/1932, California?) who married Grace Elizabeth
THOMPSON, one of the children born to Frank THOMPSON +
Isabella “Belle” Victoria PEARSON (d.1886?).

Any help would be much appreciated. Please respond privately... thanks so much!

Lucinda Patten, ABD beachwatergirl@... Los Angeles, CA

German SIG #Germany BRANDLE (1818) & WIRTH (1814), DRENTIL (1858, Strasbourg) ancestors #germany

C <beachwatergirl@...>
 

Dear Genners:
I am also looking for the following, but am more
interested in the maternal ancestral lineages, if you
know of them... .

Adolphus Ferdinand WIRTH (b. 3/13/1814, Germany; d. _____, ?) married
Franciska BRANDLE (b. 10/15/1818, ?; d. _____, ?) and they had at least one son,
Adolphus Josephus WIRTH (b. 4/8/1854, _____?; d.3/6/1924, _____, ?).

AJ WIRTH married Teresa DRENTIL (b. 12/30/1858, Stasbourg Vintners; d. _____)
and they had at least one son, Frederick Adolphus WIRTH (b.7/7/1883, ?;
d.6/12/1932, California?) who married Grace Elizabeth
THOMPSON, one of the children born to Frank THOMPSON +
Isabella “Belle” Victoria PEARSON (d.1886?).

Any help would be much appreciated. Please respond privately... thanks so much!

Lucinda Patten, ABD beachwatergirl@... Los Angeles, CA

EICHEL & GROSS ancestors & descendants #germany

C <beachwatergirl@...>
 

Hello. I've been instructed by the SIG to post my
family surnames separately, so please forgive the
multiple yet different surname postings.

I have no idea >from where Louise GROSS or this EICHEL
originates, and there seems to be a discrepancy of
which EICHEL is the father of my Bertha EICHEL.

The following is what I have seen or been told, but
due to the discrepancies of information, I am hoping
someone can provide the truth.
* An EICHEL family is listed as having lived at
Frankfurt on Main, prior to deportation to one of the
camps, but my EICHEL family were in America 100 years
before our loss due to Hitler's evil acts.

Any help you could give me would be much appreciated.
Please respond privately... thanks so much!

Emma MOESER/MOSER (b.9/12/1852 Pittsburg PA, daughter of Christian MOESER &
Clotilda DORNBERG; d.10/16/1930, Seattle, WA) is my one of my maternal
gg-grandmothers.

Emma MOESER married Carl Friedrich SCHILDKNECHT on 12/11/1871, apparently, in
Milwaukee, WI. Carl and Emma moved to Mankato to open a cigar business and had
4 children, Carl "Jr." (9/25/1872, Milwaukee, WI - ?;
married EICHEL), Edmund (1874 - ?; married HEIMBACH),
Lucy (1876 - ?), and Ella (12/5/1880 - ?).

Carl "Jr." (b.9/25/1872, d. 8/20/1941)), one of my maternal g-grandfathers,
married Bertha Lena EICHEL. I have 2 conflicting sources for her parentage, and
I've already discovered discrepancies of fact at a commercial genealogy website,
so I'm looking for corrobrating information elsewhere:

R. Eichel (1862? Bavaria) * The "R" of which could have been for "Rabbi", as in
the case of one Bertha EICHEL who is listed on an arriving 1902 ship manifest in
Louisiana as visiting R. HIRSCH.

OR

Adam EICHEL (b. 1837, Bavaria).

One of these two men married Louise GROSS (b. 1849, Bavaria). They had Bertha
EICHEL (b. 12/21/1879, Chicago, IL; d. ?)

I received the following 1930 US Census due to the wonderful kindness of a Genner.
These are my relatives, but without Bertha EICHEL's father's first name and
without the date of death. I know nothing of the EICHEL or GROSS families... and
I would really like to know of them... where they came from, who they enjoyed
knowing as friends, family members.

1 EICHEL, b: Bef. 1864 Germany d: Bef. 1930
.. + Louise b: 1849 Germany m: Unknown Census: 1930
Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI d: Unknown
.. 2 EICHEL, Bertha b: 1879 IL Census: 1920 Milwaukee,
Milwaukee, WI d: Unknown
...... +SCHILDKNECHT, Carl Fred b: 25 Sep 1872
Mankato, MN m: 21 Sep 1898 Milwaukee Co, WI Census 1:
1920 Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI Census 2: 1910
Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI Census 3: 1930 Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI d: Unknown

Lucinda Patten beachwatergirl@... Los Angeles, CA

German SIG #Germany EICHEL & GROSS ancestors & descendants #germany

C <beachwatergirl@...>
 

Hello. I've been instructed by the SIG to post my
family surnames separately, so please forgive the
multiple yet different surname postings.

I have no idea >from where Louise GROSS or this EICHEL
originates, and there seems to be a discrepancy of
which EICHEL is the father of my Bertha EICHEL.

The following is what I have seen or been told, but
due to the discrepancies of information, I am hoping
someone can provide the truth.
* An EICHEL family is listed as having lived at
Frankfurt on Main, prior to deportation to one of the
camps, but my EICHEL family were in America 100 years
before our loss due to Hitler's evil acts.

Any help you could give me would be much appreciated.
Please respond privately... thanks so much!

Emma MOESER/MOSER (b.9/12/1852 Pittsburg PA, daughter of Christian MOESER &
Clotilda DORNBERG; d.10/16/1930, Seattle, WA) is my one of my maternal
gg-grandmothers.

Emma MOESER married Carl Friedrich SCHILDKNECHT on 12/11/1871, apparently, in
Milwaukee, WI. Carl and Emma moved to Mankato to open a cigar business and had
4 children, Carl "Jr." (9/25/1872, Milwaukee, WI - ?;
married EICHEL), Edmund (1874 - ?; married HEIMBACH),
Lucy (1876 - ?), and Ella (12/5/1880 - ?).

Carl "Jr." (b.9/25/1872, d. 8/20/1941)), one of my maternal g-grandfathers,
married Bertha Lena EICHEL. I have 2 conflicting sources for her parentage, and
I've already discovered discrepancies of fact at a commercial genealogy website,
so I'm looking for corrobrating information elsewhere:

R. Eichel (1862? Bavaria) * The "R" of which could have been for "Rabbi", as in
the case of one Bertha EICHEL who is listed on an arriving 1902 ship manifest in
Louisiana as visiting R. HIRSCH.

OR

Adam EICHEL (b. 1837, Bavaria).

One of these two men married Louise GROSS (b. 1849, Bavaria). They had Bertha
EICHEL (b. 12/21/1879, Chicago, IL; d. ?)

I received the following 1930 US Census due to the wonderful kindness of a Genner.
These are my relatives, but without Bertha EICHEL's father's first name and
without the date of death. I know nothing of the EICHEL or GROSS families... and
I would really like to know of them... where they came from, who they enjoyed
knowing as friends, family members.

1 EICHEL, b: Bef. 1864 Germany d: Bef. 1930
.. + Louise b: 1849 Germany m: Unknown Census: 1930
Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI d: Unknown
.. 2 EICHEL, Bertha b: 1879 IL Census: 1920 Milwaukee,
Milwaukee, WI d: Unknown
...... +SCHILDKNECHT, Carl Fred b: 25 Sep 1872
Mankato, MN m: 21 Sep 1898 Milwaukee Co, WI Census 1:
1920 Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI Census 2: 1910
Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI Census 3: 1930 Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI d: Unknown

Lucinda Patten beachwatergirl@... Los Angeles, CA

Re: SCHMIDT of BERLIN - Lichtenberg #germany

Hansmartin Unger <hans-martinunger@...>
 

Anna ( called Anni) SCHMIDT, born 4/25/1927 in Moscow, died 10/2/2000
Berlin-Lichtenberg
searching for the birthdate of her mother Charlotte FALK

Charlotte FALK was married to Karl Louis August SCHMID. He died in 1943 in
the Soviet Union
Charlotte SCHMID-FALK died in 1958 in the Soviet Union. Very best,

Hansmartin Unger Switzerland <hans-martinunger@...>

German SIG #Germany Re:SCHMIDT of BERLIN - Lichtenberg #germany

Hansmartin Unger <hans-martinunger@...>
 

Anna ( called Anni) SCHMIDT, born 4/25/1927 in Moscow, died 10/2/2000
Berlin-Lichtenberg
searching for the birthdate of her mother Charlotte FALK

Charlotte FALK was married to Karl Louis August SCHMID. He died in 1943 in
the Soviet Union
Charlotte SCHMID-FALK died in 1958 in the Soviet Union. Very best,

Hansmartin Unger Switzerland <hans-martinunger@...>

Free access to GenAmi 35 in coulours #germany

Micheline GUTMANN <m.gutmann@...>
 

At the occasion of its first issue in colours, contrary to the general practice,
GenAmi invites you to come and read the new GenAmi number 35.
The following issues will be reserved to members.
Forwarding is not authorized but a link can be done.

Some articles:
A fascinating research in London
Genetics and Genealogy
The cemetery of Trimbach, Alsace
Loeb Wolfowitch SANDALOWSKI, minister in Lorraine
The chief Rabbi of France, Jacob KAPLAN

Micheline Gutmann Paris m.gutmann@... web site GenAmi: www.genami.org

German SIG #Germany Free access to GenAmi 35 in coulours #germany

Micheline GUTMANN <m.gutmann@...>
 

At the occasion of its first issue in colours, contrary to the general practice,
GenAmi invites you to come and read the new GenAmi number 35.
The following issues will be reserved to members.
Forwarding is not authorized but a link can be done.

Some articles:
A fascinating research in London
Genetics and Genealogy
The cemetery of Trimbach, Alsace
Loeb Wolfowitch SANDALOWSKI, minister in Lorraine
The chief Rabbi of France, Jacob KAPLAN

Micheline Gutmann Paris m.gutmann@... web site GenAmi: www.genami.org

How to record SS murders in family tree ??? #germany

Hansmartin Unger <hans-martinunger@...>
 

Hi
I wonder how to name the cause of death in my family-register.

Is it right to write: "died on..... in the Kz of....." or better "murdered in
the KZ of........."

I thank you for any information in advance.

H M unger Switz. <hans-martinunger@...>

German SIG #Germany How to record SS murders in family tree ??? #germany

Hansmartin Unger <hans-martinunger@...>
 

Hi
I wonder how to name the cause of death in my family-register.

Is it right to write: "died on..... in the Kz of....." or better "murdered in
the KZ of........."

I thank you for any information in advance.

H M unger Switz. <hans-martinunger@...>

Familiants and Name Changes in Kostel/Podivin, 1787 #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

I wrote yesterday about the article [see footnote] I
had found which listed, in tabular form, the
familiants and name changes in Kostel/Podivin, Moravia
in 1787. The foreword says that the original
manuscript lies in the hiesigen [local] Schlossarchive
{Castle Archive} of the Count of Lichtenstein
[1929/30] - and I assume it means in Lundenburg or
Podivin, as that is given as the location of the
author, Dr Heinrich SCHWENGER. Where is the original
now? I have no idea - either in Brno or Prague or lost
for ever.

The document was signed 3 Nov 1787. As the Toleranz
Patent of Josef II was issued on July 28 1787, the
community in Kostel/Podivin was quite quick in
choosing their names. Signatories were the Landes
Rabbiner - Joseph Gerson Abraham [Chajes]; Samson
AUSTERLITZ, Alteste des Brunner Kreises ]; Thomas
Franz LUDWIG [Amtmann], Abraham DEUTSCHER and Aron
UNGER [both Geschworener - judge/juror] and Henoch
BOHMER [Judenrichter].

This list may also appear in the Hugo Gold compendium
on the Jews and Jewish communities of Moravia - as I
do not have it in front of me, I cannot comment,
however were it in there in full, I think we would
have heard about it before.

This document format may represent the form of the
original familiant lists in Moravia and perhaps
Bohemia also, as all the family is listed including
daughters - no ages are given. Sadly, there is no
annotation about married sons or comments about
family members who have moved away.

The list has 85 families living in 44 houses with
about 300 listed people.

Here are some name changes which maybe of interest.
The familiant no. precedes name - I have also given
the total no. in the family followed by the total
number of sons and daughters in brackets, with sons
first ie [3+1]. The wife in implied. However, if the
numbers do not add up, she must have died.

1. Aron Philip to Aron WEINBERGER 5 [0+3]
2. Hertz Mandl to Emanuel WESELY 6 [3+1]
4. Jakob Moses to Henoch BOHMER 5 [1+3] - wife died?
8. Ephraim Aron to Ephraim MORGENSTERN 4 [1+1]
9. Aron Epraim to Aron MORGENSTERN 3 [0+1]
11. Aron Presburger to Aron UNGER 6 [2+2]
12. Abraham Lobl to Abraham PETERSELKA 5 [2+1]
22. Moses Lomnitz to Moses KONSTANDT 4 [0+2]
23. Konna Mandl to Abidon KONSTANDT 6 [3+1]
24. Mandl Herschl to Emanuel KONSTANDT 2 [0+0]
28. Philip Jakob to Philip TICHY 3 [0+1]
40. Ephraim Jakob to Ephraim BODNER 4 [1+1]
42. Abraham Aron to Abraham DEUTSCHER 4 [0+2]
47. Moses Isak to Moses WEIGEL 3 [1+0]
57. Herschl Isak to Isak WEIGL 4 [1+1]
58. Gabriel Lobl to Gabriel EISINGER 6 [0+4]
61. Markus Lobisch to Markus EISINGER 4 [3+0]
65. Samuel Aron to Samuel PETERSILKA 4 [2+0]
68. Lobl Michl to Juda EISINGER 2 [1+0] - no wife
69. Schaje Joseph to Josias BOCK 2 [0+0]
74. Jakob Tichy to Jakob TICHY [stet] 2 [0+0]
84. Mendl Herschl to Markus BITTNER 2 [0+0]

Other names are:

BAS, BETZISKA, BUCHBINDER, ENGL, FILLINGER, FLEISCHER,
FUTTER, GRUNBAUM, HAUSER, HELLER, HESKI, HIRSCH,
HOCHFELD, HOHENBERGER, HUBER, HUNSER, JELLINEK,
JESERNOWSKY, JOCHTNER, KELLNER, KOHN, KONIG, KRALL,
KUDELARZ, LOW, NEUMANN, PASCHKUS, ROSENBERGER,
ROSENZWEIG, SACHS, SCHICK, SCHLAGTER, SCHULMEISTER,
SCHUSTAK, SIGMUND, SINGER, SPITZ, STRAUSSLER, WEINIG,
WEISS, WITTAL, ZELINKA.

Here, for a change, we see a family actually opting
for the name KOHN - yet one hundred years later their
descendants were probably changing it yet again!

Celia Male [U.K.]

Ref: Die Namesbeilegung der Juden in Kostel im Jahre
1787 p. 116-126 Author: Dr Heinrich SCHWENGER,
Lundenburg; in Zeitschrift fur die Geschichte der
Juden in der Tschechoslowakei - Erstes Jahrgang - Heft
2 - Brunn, 1930

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Familiants and Name Changes in Kostel/Podivin, 1787 #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

I wrote yesterday about the article [see footnote] I
had found which listed, in tabular form, the
familiants and name changes in Kostel/Podivin, Moravia
in 1787. The foreword says that the original
manuscript lies in the hiesigen [local] Schlossarchive
{Castle Archive} of the Count of Lichtenstein
[1929/30] - and I assume it means in Lundenburg or
Podivin, as that is given as the location of the
author, Dr Heinrich SCHWENGER. Where is the original
now? I have no idea - either in Brno or Prague or lost
for ever.

The document was signed 3 Nov 1787. As the Toleranz
Patent of Josef II was issued on July 28 1787, the
community in Kostel/Podivin was quite quick in
choosing their names. Signatories were the Landes
Rabbiner - Joseph Gerson Abraham [Chajes]; Samson
AUSTERLITZ, Alteste des Brunner Kreises ]; Thomas
Franz LUDWIG [Amtmann], Abraham DEUTSCHER and Aron
UNGER [both Geschworener - judge/juror] and Henoch
BOHMER [Judenrichter].

This list may also appear in the Hugo Gold compendium
on the Jews and Jewish communities of Moravia - as I
do not have it in front of me, I cannot comment,
however were it in there in full, I think we would
have heard about it before.

This document format may represent the form of the
original familiant lists in Moravia and perhaps
Bohemia also, as all the family is listed including
daughters - no ages are given. Sadly, there is no
annotation about married sons or comments about
family members who have moved away.

The list has 85 families living in 44 houses with
about 300 listed people.

Here are some name changes which maybe of interest.
The familiant no. precedes name - I have also given
the total no. in the family followed by the total
number of sons and daughters in brackets, with sons
first ie [3+1]. The wife in implied. However, if the
numbers do not add up, she must have died.

1. Aron Philip to Aron WEINBERGER 5 [0+3]
2. Hertz Mandl to Emanuel WESELY 6 [3+1]
4. Jakob Moses to Henoch BOHMER 5 [1+3] - wife died?
8. Ephraim Aron to Ephraim MORGENSTERN 4 [1+1]
9. Aron Epraim to Aron MORGENSTERN 3 [0+1]
11. Aron Presburger to Aron UNGER 6 [2+2]
12. Abraham Lobl to Abraham PETERSELKA 5 [2+1]
22. Moses Lomnitz to Moses KONSTANDT 4 [0+2]
23. Konna Mandl to Abidon KONSTANDT 6 [3+1]
24. Mandl Herschl to Emanuel KONSTANDT 2 [0+0]
28. Philip Jakob to Philip TICHY 3 [0+1]
40. Ephraim Jakob to Ephraim BODNER 4 [1+1]
42. Abraham Aron to Abraham DEUTSCHER 4 [0+2]
47. Moses Isak to Moses WEIGEL 3 [1+0]
57. Herschl Isak to Isak WEIGL 4 [1+1]
58. Gabriel Lobl to Gabriel EISINGER 6 [0+4]
61. Markus Lobisch to Markus EISINGER 4 [3+0]
65. Samuel Aron to Samuel PETERSILKA 4 [2+0]
68. Lobl Michl to Juda EISINGER 2 [1+0] - no wife
69. Schaje Joseph to Josias BOCK 2 [0+0]
74. Jakob Tichy to Jakob TICHY [stet] 2 [0+0]
84. Mendl Herschl to Markus BITTNER 2 [0+0]

Other names are:

BAS, BETZISKA, BUCHBINDER, ENGL, FILLINGER, FLEISCHER,
FUTTER, GRUNBAUM, HAUSER, HELLER, HESKI, HIRSCH,
HOCHFELD, HOHENBERGER, HUBER, HUNSER, JELLINEK,
JESERNOWSKY, JOCHTNER, KELLNER, KOHN, KONIG, KRALL,
KUDELARZ, LOW, NEUMANN, PASCHKUS, ROSENBERGER,
ROSENZWEIG, SACHS, SCHICK, SCHLAGTER, SCHULMEISTER,
SCHUSTAK, SIGMUND, SINGER, SPITZ, STRAUSSLER, WEINIG,
WEISS, WITTAL, ZELINKA.

Here, for a change, we see a family actually opting
for the name KOHN - yet one hundred years later their
descendants were probably changing it yet again!

Celia Male [U.K.]

Ref: Die Namesbeilegung der Juden in Kostel im Jahre
1787 p. 116-126 Author: Dr Heinrich SCHWENGER,
Lundenburg; in Zeitschrift fur die Geschichte der
Juden in der Tschechoslowakei - Erstes Jahrgang - Heft
2 - Brunn, 1930

CZ Exhibit, Falls Church VA - April 20 #austria-czech

susiestree@...
 

Please join me at Temple Rodef Shalom in Falls Church, VA this Thursday as
the US Premiere of the Exhibit Disappeared Neighbors And Child Victims Of
The Holocaust opens.
This is a special evening with a brief overview of the exhibit and a
reception co-hosted by the Embassy of the CZ. R.
RSVP 703 532 2217 x 306.

This exhibit will travel throughout the US for one year and is available to
travel to your venue. Visit the home page for information regarding the
exhibit and how it can be brought to your community. It was done by non
Jewish CZ youth in the CZ R.

http://biokin.org/nwd/

Thanks Susan Boyer
LA CA

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech CZ Exhibit, Falls Church VA - April 20 #austria-czech

susiestree@...
 

Please join me at Temple Rodef Shalom in Falls Church, VA this Thursday as
the US Premiere of the Exhibit Disappeared Neighbors And Child Victims Of
The Holocaust opens.
This is a special evening with a brief overview of the exhibit and a
reception co-hosted by the Embassy of the CZ. R.
RSVP 703 532 2217 x 306.

This exhibit will travel throughout the US for one year and is available to
travel to your venue. Visit the home page for information regarding the
exhibit and how it can be brought to your community. It was done by non
Jewish CZ youth in the CZ R.

http://biokin.org/nwd/

Thanks Susan Boyer
LA CA

E-MAIL ADDRESS VEREIN SCHALOM (VIENNA) #germany

Maria Baseglia <basegliamail-sig@...>
 

Would anyone know or have the new e-mail address of Verein.Schalom in Vienna?

The address: verein.schalom@... (found on JewishGen) is no longer
functional. Regards

Maria Baseglia <basegliamail-sig@...>

German SIG #Germany E-MAIL ADDRESS VEREIN SCHALOM (VIENNA) #germany

Maria Baseglia <basegliamail-sig@...>
 

Would anyone know or have the new e-mail address of Verein.Schalom in Vienna?

The address: verein.schalom@... (found on JewishGen) is no longer
functional. Regards

Maria Baseglia <basegliamail-sig@...>

Seek de LANDSBERG m. JACOBI of Strasburg/Alsace > Buenos Aires #germany

Hansmartin Unger <hans-martinunger@...>
 

Looking for biografy of:
Rosa JACOBI born 1878 Strasbourg / Alsace died 1947 Buenos Aires
married to Tomas de LANDSBERG Children:

1.Carlota de LANDSBERG 2.George de LANDSBERG 3.Eric de LANDSBERG
all born in Buenos Aires. Thanks in advance Kind regards

Hansmartin Unger St. Gallen Switzerland <hans-martinunger@...>

German SIG #Germany Seek de LANDSBERG m. JACOBI of Strasburg/Alsace > Buenos Aires #germany

Hansmartin Unger <hans-martinunger@...>
 

Looking for biografy of:
Rosa JACOBI born 1878 Strasbourg / Alsace died 1947 Buenos Aires
married to Tomas de LANDSBERG Children:

1.Carlota de LANDSBERG 2.George de LANDSBERG 3.Eric de LANDSBERG
all born in Buenos Aires. Thanks in advance Kind regards

Hansmartin Unger St. Gallen Switzerland <hans-martinunger@...>

INTRO - researching FREUND family Berlin > NY 1892 #germany

Art and Marti <ajannery@...>
 

Hi GerSig,
I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogy research for about 39
years. I consider myself to be a novice, however, in doing German Jewish
genealogy research. I live in a small City in the State of Florida, USA.
My native language is English [American] and I also know French, and am
presently self-tutoring in both German and Swedish.
I consider my self as perhaps advanced in using a computer. My experience
in using the Internet is at least intermediate.

I have identified the names of my wife's grandfather and great grandfather
and great grandmother as well as the death date of my wife's grandfather.

My primary research goals is now to find out as much as I possibly can about
my wife's Jewish Grandfather, Eugen FREUND [Berlin,Germany ---->NYC abt. 1892]
[aka Eugene FRIEND]. His father was Epharim Heinrich FREUND and his
mother was probably Rose/Pauline LEWIN / LEVIN / LEVILLE.

I have read the City Directories of Berlin, as well as the Civil
Registration records for Berlin around 1870 and both have yielded some
information re Eugen’s birth/parentage, and siblings.

Arthur Jannery, ajannery@... Palm Coast, Florida, USA

German SIG #Germany INTRO - researching FREUND family Berlin > NY 1892 #germany

Art and Marti <ajannery@...>
 

Hi GerSig,
I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogy research for about 39
years. I consider myself to be a novice, however, in doing German Jewish
genealogy research. I live in a small City in the State of Florida, USA.
My native language is English [American] and I also know French, and am
presently self-tutoring in both German and Swedish.
I consider my self as perhaps advanced in using a computer. My experience
in using the Internet is at least intermediate.

I have identified the names of my wife's grandfather and great grandfather
and great grandmother as well as the death date of my wife's grandfather.

My primary research goals is now to find out as much as I possibly can about
my wife's Jewish Grandfather, Eugen FREUND [Berlin,Germany ---->NYC abt. 1892]
[aka Eugene FRIEND]. His father was Epharim Heinrich FREUND and his
mother was probably Rose/Pauline LEWIN / LEVIN / LEVILLE.

I have read the City Directories of Berlin, as well as the Civil
Registration records for Berlin around 1870 and both have yielded some
information re Eugen’s birth/parentage, and siblings.

Arthur Jannery, ajannery@... Palm Coast, Florida, USA