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searching #general

Nana600@...
 

Am trying to to put a message on e-mail the way i find many messages on
my e-mail. I am searching for a Friedman family - supposedly >from Kassa
and Abauj Torna. >from a tombstone the family I start with is Moses
Friedman - a Kohanan father of Jacob Friedman who born in Hungary about
1847 and died in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1924. Jacob had three brothers
Adolph, Louis and Marcus Friedman who lived in New York in 1925. Jacob
also had four sisters one was Mary who married a Guttman and had many
children, last hild with his Friedman wife wasCornelia Guttman who married
a Zeughauser and then a Danzinger oin the Bronx. Her son was Milton
Zeughauser.

I believe that Marcus had a son named Isadore who married a Rose and lived
in Brooklyn in 1925. (I have a Mary & Terressa.

Four children were born to Jacob and Lena Falkenstein - David about 1873,
Hannah about 1875, Abraham about 1885 and Ella about 1888.in Hungary.
Cannot find any documentation of where. Jacob, Lena, David, Hannah,
Abraham and Ells migrated to Cincinnati in 1888 the same time as Lena
Friedmans brother Ignatz Friedman, married to Fannie Deutsch who was a
farmer and lived in Szinne.Ignatz and Fanny also came to Cincinnati a month
later than Jacob. a Fanny Deutsch.

I am stuck. Can anyone offer any suggestions?

Leah Levine
nana600@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen searching #general

Nana600@...
 

Am trying to to put a message on e-mail the way i find many messages on
my e-mail. I am searching for a Friedman family - supposedly >from Kassa
and Abauj Torna. >from a tombstone the family I start with is Moses
Friedman - a Kohanan father of Jacob Friedman who born in Hungary about
1847 and died in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1924. Jacob had three brothers
Adolph, Louis and Marcus Friedman who lived in New York in 1925. Jacob
also had four sisters one was Mary who married a Guttman and had many
children, last hild with his Friedman wife wasCornelia Guttman who married
a Zeughauser and then a Danzinger oin the Bronx. Her son was Milton
Zeughauser.

I believe that Marcus had a son named Isadore who married a Rose and lived
in Brooklyn in 1925. (I have a Mary & Terressa.

Four children were born to Jacob and Lena Falkenstein - David about 1873,
Hannah about 1875, Abraham about 1885 and Ella about 1888.in Hungary.
Cannot find any documentation of where. Jacob, Lena, David, Hannah,
Abraham and Ells migrated to Cincinnati in 1888 the same time as Lena
Friedmans brother Ignatz Friedman, married to Fannie Deutsch who was a
farmer and lived in Szinne.Ignatz and Fanny also came to Cincinnati a month
later than Jacob. a Fanny Deutsch.

I am stuck. Can anyone offer any suggestions?

Leah Levine
nana600@aol.com


Re: No response from JGs in France #general

Alkrams@...
 

Dans un courrier dat=E9 du 12/09/99 07
Joan Breslau asked :


Any suggestions as to whom to write for information >from both France and
Argentina? Wrote to both gen. grps. via Michelline and Paul,
requesting information and have heard >from neither.

Did you try the Cercle de Genealogie Juive ?
14 rue St Lazare - 75009 Paris, France
cgjgenefr@aol.com

Anne Lifshitz-Krams
CGJ


Seeking: Judi GARFINKEL #general

Rosanne D. Leeson <Leeson1@...>
 

I apologize for bothering the group, but Prof. Gyemant, in Romania, has
been attempting to respond to a research request by Judi GARFINKEL, and
all attempts to reach her on the e-mail address: jgarf@concentric.com
have been returned as "User unknown".

Judi, if you are out there please contact Prof. Gyemant, or me. He has
some information for you!
--
Rosanne D. Leeson
leeson1@ibm.net
Los Altos, CA USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: No response from JGs in France #general

Alkrams@...
 

Dans un courrier dat=E9 du 12/09/99 07
Joan Breslau asked :


Any suggestions as to whom to write for information >from both France and
Argentina? Wrote to both gen. grps. via Michelline and Paul,
requesting information and have heard >from neither.

Did you try the Cercle de Genealogie Juive ?
14 rue St Lazare - 75009 Paris, France
cgjgenefr@aol.com

Anne Lifshitz-Krams
CGJ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking: Judi GARFINKEL #general

Rosanne D. Leeson <Leeson1@...>
 

I apologize for bothering the group, but Prof. Gyemant, in Romania, has
been attempting to respond to a research request by Judi GARFINKEL, and
all attempts to reach her on the e-mail address: jgarf@concentric.com
have been returned as "User unknown".

Judi, if you are out there please contact Prof. Gyemant, or me. He has
some information for you!
--
Rosanne D. Leeson
leeson1@ibm.net
Los Altos, CA USA


Re: GRAINER, GRINER, LAPEDUS, LAPIDUS #belarus

BILL812@...
 

My name is GRAIFER, grandparents >from Hlusk.
I don't know where it is in proximity to the village where
Grainer is from. There are many instances of misspelling.

Bill Graifer
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Re: Belarus SIG - Good Deeds Are Appreciated #belarus

Hmseavey@...
 

Please put mailing address for donations on the screen. I can't pull up your
snail mail address.
Thank you.
Harriet Marron


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: GRAINER, GRINER, LAPEDUS, LAPIDUS #belarus

BILL812@...
 

My name is GRAIFER, grandparents >from Hlusk.
I don't know where it is in proximity to the village where
Grainer is from. There are many instances of misspelling.

Bill Graifer
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or country. Thank you for your help and cooperation.
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Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Belarus SIG - Good Deeds Are Appreciated #belarus

Hmseavey@...
 

Please put mailing address for donations on the screen. I can't pull up your
snail mail address.
Thank you.
Harriet Marron


Re: Occupation - "Felsher" #belarus

bryna1818@...
 

I believe a "Felsher" is more like a pharamacist. A "Felsher" was
knowledgeable in all types of herbal medicines. They were the "country
doctors" in Russia. They served an apprenticeship to learn the various
remedies. I don't believe they performed surgery or "set bones." I hope
this helps.

Beatrice Sager

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Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Occupation - "Felsher" #belarus

bryna1818@...
 

I believe a "Felsher" is more like a pharamacist. A "Felsher" was
knowledgeable in all types of herbal medicines. They were the "country
doctors" in Russia. They served an apprenticeship to learn the various
remedies. I don't believe they performed surgery or "set bones." I hope
this helps.

Beatrice Sager

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Re: Surname SHELUB #belarus

Michael Fener
 

Cheryl Shelub wrote:

Would anyone know the origin of the name "SHELUB"?
--------------------------------------------------
I believe that this name is a shortened version of SHELUBSKY. One who
is >from Shelub, now Vselyub outside of Novogrudok. I have ancestors >from
that town and although I have visited the graves of my g-grandfather and
his brother-in-law many times over the years, by coincidence, I just
realized (two weeks ago) that the section of Mt. Zion cemetary (Queens,
NYC) in which they are buried belongs to the Sheleb Society. There were
quite a few stones with the names SHELUBSKY and SHELUB in the section.

I will be compiling a list of all stones in this section the next time
I get out there (in a few months).

Another coincidence is that I was in touch with an individual with the
SHELUBSKY name in her tree just a few days ago. If you don't mind I will
forward your address to her.

P.S.
I do not have any SHELUBSKY/SHELUB ancestors I have identified so far.

Regards,

Michael Fener
New York, USA
mfener@ix.netcom.com

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Searching
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FENER - Hungary
FULEP/FULOP - Hungary
WEISS/WEISZ - Hungary
MARGULIES/MARGOLIS - Galicia
MICHAELSON/MICHALOFSKY - Russia
KULIK/KULIC/KULICK - Russia


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Surname SHELUB #belarus

Michael Fener
 

Cheryl Shelub wrote:

Would anyone know the origin of the name "SHELUB"?
--------------------------------------------------
I believe that this name is a shortened version of SHELUBSKY. One who
is >from Shelub, now Vselyub outside of Novogrudok. I have ancestors >from
that town and although I have visited the graves of my g-grandfather and
his brother-in-law many times over the years, by coincidence, I just
realized (two weeks ago) that the section of Mt. Zion cemetary (Queens,
NYC) in which they are buried belongs to the Sheleb Society. There were
quite a few stones with the names SHELUBSKY and SHELUB in the section.

I will be compiling a list of all stones in this section the next time
I get out there (in a few months).

Another coincidence is that I was in touch with an individual with the
SHELUBSKY name in her tree just a few days ago. If you don't mind I will
forward your address to her.

P.S.
I do not have any SHELUBSKY/SHELUB ancestors I have identified so far.

Regards,

Michael Fener
New York, USA
mfener@ix.netcom.com

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Searching
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FENER - Hungary
FULEP/FULOP - Hungary
WEISS/WEISZ - Hungary
MARGULIES/MARGOLIS - Galicia
MICHAELSON/MICHALOFSKY - Russia
KULIK/KULIC/KULICK - Russia


Re: grodno, belarus #poland

ginow@...
 

A nice place to seek information is the Grodno Gubernia, Voter List of
1912. I have had success with this. Can be accessed through Jewishgen.

Eugene Warren
ginow@juno.com


JRI Poland #Poland Re: grodno, belarus #poland

ginow@...
 

A nice place to seek information is the Grodno Gubernia, Voter List of
1912. I have had success with this. Can be accessed through Jewishgen.

Eugene Warren
ginow@juno.com


General information #hungary

Louis Schonfeld <lmagyar@...>
 

Various housekeeping matters-

Messages sent in MIME format or in any format except for "plain text" cannot
be processed through our listserver, which means it can't be posted. Please
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the h-sig. In Microsoft Outlook click on "Format" and then on "Plain Text".

There are 395 subscribers on h-sig. As I and others have written, Hungarian
Jewry is probably more intra-related than any other Jewish community in
history (see the article "The Family Tree of Hungarian Jewry" by Prof. Erno
Marton in Hungarian Jewish Studies Volume I, edited by Randolph Braham).
Therefore the more subscribers the greater likelihood of discovering common
family names and connections.

As you may already know the recently published book by Miriam Weiner, Jewish
roots in Ukraine and Moldova has the most extant authoritative inventory of
Jewish records for Subcarpathian Ruthenia. The price for this impressive
book is listed at $60 and no discounting is allowed. However, I still have a
number of copies for sale and I can still offer the best price by sharing
the cost of postage and materials. The book weighs over 6 pounds and the
average postage in the U.S. is over $8.00. I received a bulk purchase
discount of 20%. The difference goes to fund h-sig projects. If interested
please make payment of $64 to JDCO / POB 34152/ Cleveland, Ohio 44134.

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visit our website- http://www.jewishgen.org/Hungary


Hungary SIG #Hungary General information #hungary

Louis Schonfeld <lmagyar@...>
 

Various housekeeping matters-

Messages sent in MIME format or in any format except for "plain text" cannot
be processed through our listserver, which means it can't be posted. Please
be sure your e-mail program is set to "plain text" when sending a post to
the h-sig. In Microsoft Outlook click on "Format" and then on "Plain Text".

There are 395 subscribers on h-sig. As I and others have written, Hungarian
Jewry is probably more intra-related than any other Jewish community in
history (see the article "The Family Tree of Hungarian Jewry" by Prof. Erno
Marton in Hungarian Jewish Studies Volume I, edited by Randolph Braham).
Therefore the more subscribers the greater likelihood of discovering common
family names and connections.

As you may already know the recently published book by Miriam Weiner, Jewish
roots in Ukraine and Moldova has the most extant authoritative inventory of
Jewish records for Subcarpathian Ruthenia. The price for this impressive
book is listed at $60 and no discounting is allowed. However, I still have a
number of copies for sale and I can still offer the best price by sharing
the cost of postage and materials. The book weighs over 6 pounds and the
average postage in the U.S. is over $8.00. I received a bulk purchase
discount of 20%. The difference goes to fund h-sig projects. If interested
please make payment of $64 to JDCO / POB 34152/ Cleveland, Ohio 44134.

mod.- I accidentally just approved a message in MIME format. I apologize for any inconvenience caused to anyone.LS

visit our website- http://www.jewishgen.org/Hungary


Trieste #hungary

Dr. Joseph M. Schwarcz <idayosef@...>
 

Another remark about Trieste. In 1936 my family left Mezocsat Hungary to
go to Argentina. We went to Budapest by train and >from there to Trieste,
Italy, by train, where we boarded the ship Principessa Maria of the
Cosulich Line. We spent a beautiful day walking around Trieste before
boarding the ship. I was eleven years old at the time.On the ship there
were many Jews >from Hungary and Slovakia and we had kosher food. The
passengers went to Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina. Years later I learned
that both the Principessa Maria and its twin, the Principessa Giovanna
were drafted into the Italian navy during World War 11 and were sunk by
the British.

Joseph M. Schwarcz
Arad, Israel


Hungary SIG #Hungary Trieste #hungary

Dr. Joseph M. Schwarcz <idayosef@...>
 

Another remark about Trieste. In 1936 my family left Mezocsat Hungary to
go to Argentina. We went to Budapest by train and >from there to Trieste,
Italy, by train, where we boarded the ship Principessa Maria of the
Cosulich Line. We spent a beautiful day walking around Trieste before
boarding the ship. I was eleven years old at the time.On the ship there
were many Jews >from Hungary and Slovakia and we had kosher food. The
passengers went to Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina. Years later I learned
that both the Principessa Maria and its twin, the Principessa Giovanna
were drafted into the Italian navy during World War 11 and were sunk by
the British.

Joseph M. Schwarcz
Arad, Israel