Date   
Researching a criminal #general

ron arons
 

Stephen,

I'm not an attorney, but I think I can help.

The New York State Archives in Albany ( http://www.archives.nysed.gov/ )
has many different sets of records regarding Auburn Prison, including
(but certainly not limited to) the following:

B0067
Registers of male inmates received, 1870-1953
Auburn Prison.

B1222
Inmate record cards, 1915-1970
Auburn Prison.

14610-88D
Auburn Prison inmate case files, [ca. 1926]-1956 (bulk 1935-1956)
New York (State). Dept. of Correction. Division of Administration

14610-77A
Auburn Prison inmate case files, 1914-[ca. 1950]
New York (State). Dept. of Correction. Division of Administration

B0082
Auburn Prison inmate parole files, 1918-1955
New York (State). Board of Parole.

B0053
Registers of female inmates received, 1893-1933
Auburn Prison.

B1272
Inmate work assignment record cards, [ca. 1915-1932]
Auburn Prison.

Your best bet would be to go through the first set of records to
get the admission date and inmate number. But first you may want
to find a newspaper article that provides information of when the
crime or trial occurred. This will most likely narrow down the
amount of time required to find the proper information considerably.

I will be giving a talk, "Researching Jewish Criminals, Especially in
NY", at the IAJGS Conference in August. You may want to attend. ;-)

Ron Arons
Oakland, CA

Subject: How do I trace a criminal?
From: lister@... (lister)
Date: Wed, 17 May 2006 18:12:17 GMT

Dear genners -

A man I am researching has turned up in the 1930 Census as an inmate
at the state prison in Auburn. New York. Any ideas on how to find out
why he was in jail or when he got out ?

Surely there must be a way to work back >from his status as a prisoner
to a record of the court procedure that put him there.

Is there a lawyer in the house?

Stephen Warshall
Gloucester MA

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Researching a criminal #general

ron arons
 

Stephen,

I'm not an attorney, but I think I can help.

The New York State Archives in Albany ( http://www.archives.nysed.gov/ )
has many different sets of records regarding Auburn Prison, including
(but certainly not limited to) the following:

B0067
Registers of male inmates received, 1870-1953
Auburn Prison.

B1222
Inmate record cards, 1915-1970
Auburn Prison.

14610-88D
Auburn Prison inmate case files, [ca. 1926]-1956 (bulk 1935-1956)
New York (State). Dept. of Correction. Division of Administration

14610-77A
Auburn Prison inmate case files, 1914-[ca. 1950]
New York (State). Dept. of Correction. Division of Administration

B0082
Auburn Prison inmate parole files, 1918-1955
New York (State). Board of Parole.

B0053
Registers of female inmates received, 1893-1933
Auburn Prison.

B1272
Inmate work assignment record cards, [ca. 1915-1932]
Auburn Prison.

Your best bet would be to go through the first set of records to
get the admission date and inmate number. But first you may want
to find a newspaper article that provides information of when the
crime or trial occurred. This will most likely narrow down the
amount of time required to find the proper information considerably.

I will be giving a talk, "Researching Jewish Criminals, Especially in
NY", at the IAJGS Conference in August. You may want to attend. ;-)

Ron Arons
Oakland, CA

Subject: How do I trace a criminal?
From: lister@... (lister)
Date: Wed, 17 May 2006 18:12:17 GMT

Dear genners -

A man I am researching has turned up in the 1930 Census as an inmate
at the state prison in Auburn. New York. Any ideas on how to find out
why he was in jail or when he got out ?

Surely there must be a way to work back >from his status as a prisoner
to a record of the court procedure that put him there.

Is there a lawyer in the house?

Stephen Warshall
Gloucester MA

Sending money home to Galicia #galicia

Anita Frankel
 

Dear fellow Galitzianas,

Around the turn of the last century the husband often came to America first
and sent money to the family in Galicia.

How was this money forwarded?

Thanks

Anita Frankel
Near Hartford, CT USA

Helen GUGGENHEIM and Mark who??? #general

David Lewin <davidlewin@...>
 

Who / where are Helen GUGGENHEIM and Mark who married in New York on
October 20 1957?
I have found a most beautiful letter to them >from Helen's grandfather
which I would like to bring to their attention

David Lewin
London

Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Sending money home to Galicia #galicia

Anita Frankel
 

Dear fellow Galitzianas,

Around the turn of the last century the husband often came to America first
and sent money to the family in Galicia.

How was this money forwarded?

Thanks

Anita Frankel
Near Hartford, CT USA

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Helen GUGGENHEIM and Mark who??? #general

David Lewin <davidlewin@...>
 

Who / where are Helen GUGGENHEIM and Mark who married in New York on
October 20 1957?
I have found a most beautiful letter to them >from Helen's grandfather
which I would like to bring to their attention

David Lewin
London

Rabbi GARMAIZE AZ or Alaska #general

susiestree@...
 

I am trying to locate Rabbi Abraham GAR MAIZE who in 1990 was a Rabbi in
Scottsdale AZ at a Temple Kol Israel. I need information about the closure of this
synagogue and contacting the Rabbi.
Thanks Susan Boyer
Los Angeles CA

Re: New Gedenkbuch for Germany #general

Irene Newhouse <einew@...>
 

I emailed the informational address given on the URL recently posted
regarding the updated Gedenkbuch for Germany. [The previous, 2-volume
edition covered only the territory in post-war Germany. The new, 4-volume
edition also covers regions that were Germany during WWII, but are now other
countries]. In addition to ordering information, which has already been
posted, I asked about the availability of a CD version. I was told that when
one buys the 4 volumes, a CD is included. At present, you must buy the paper
edition to get the CD, but they plan to make the CD available by itself in 2
to 3 months. People with limited space may wish to wait.

Irene Newhouse
Kihei HI

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Rabbi GARMAIZE AZ or Alaska #general

susiestree@...
 

I am trying to locate Rabbi Abraham GAR MAIZE who in 1990 was a Rabbi in
Scottsdale AZ at a Temple Kol Israel. I need information about the closure of this
synagogue and contacting the Rabbi.
Thanks Susan Boyer
Los Angeles CA

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: New Gedenkbuch for Germany #general

Irene Newhouse <einew@...>
 

I emailed the informational address given on the URL recently posted
regarding the updated Gedenkbuch for Germany. [The previous, 2-volume
edition covered only the territory in post-war Germany. The new, 4-volume
edition also covers regions that were Germany during WWII, but are now other
countries]. In addition to ordering information, which has already been
posted, I asked about the availability of a CD version. I was told that when
one buys the 4 volumes, a CD is included. At present, you must buy the paper
edition to get the CD, but they plan to make the CD available by itself in 2
to 3 months. People with limited space may wish to wait.

Irene Newhouse
Kihei HI

Another Translation Request: Hebrew to English #germany

Brian Stern <brians99@...>
 

Hi All,
Thanks to all who responded to my previous translation request. The
consensus was the name reads: Menachem BR Reuven.

I have another Hebrew to English translation request. I have two brief
phrases >from a eulogy delivered in 1930 in Bruchsal by BezirksRabbinner Dr.
Grzymisch. The scans are at this link:

http://home.earthlink.net/~brians99/speiereulogy/selmaspeiereulogy.html

Is it obvious why these two phrases would be stated in Hebrew rather than
German? Are they biblical references?

I'll update the web page at the bottom once I receive a few replies. Thanks,

Brian Stern Lexington, KY <brians99@...>

German SIG #Germany Another Translation Request: Hebrew to English #germany

Brian Stern <brians99@...>
 

Hi All,
Thanks to all who responded to my previous translation request. The
consensus was the name reads: Menachem BR Reuven.

I have another Hebrew to English translation request. I have two brief
phrases >from a eulogy delivered in 1930 in Bruchsal by BezirksRabbinner Dr.
Grzymisch. The scans are at this link:

http://home.earthlink.net/~brians99/speiereulogy/selmaspeiereulogy.html

Is it obvious why these two phrases would be stated in Hebrew rather than
German? Are they biblical references?

I'll update the web page at the bottom once I receive a few replies. Thanks,

Brian Stern Lexington, KY <brians99@...>

Finding data of Jewish soldiers in WWI #germany

wlfrank <wlfrank@...>
 

A question is posed by Herbert KAUFMANN regarding data of a "collateral ancestor,"
Joseph HAGEDORN, who is listed on a war memorial in Germany with his date of
death.
Does anyone know of a list that gives the units to which such persons belonged and
their ranks and birth dates?

The Answer: Check the book "Die Juedischen Gefallenen des Deutschen Heeres, Der
Deutschen Marine und der Deutschen Schutztrupppen (1914-1918), Ein Gedenkbuch"
published by Reichsbund Juedischer Frontsoldaten, 1932.

Herein is what we learn about Josef HAGEDORN: born June 28, 1897 in
Padberg-Giershagen, died on March 20, 1917, served in 2. Ga. Schuetz Battalion

Werner L. Frank Calabasas, CA USA <wlfrank@...>

German SIG #Germany Finding data of Jewish soldiers in WWI #germany

wlfrank <wlfrank@...>
 

A question is posed by Herbert KAUFMANN regarding data of a "collateral ancestor,"
Joseph HAGEDORN, who is listed on a war memorial in Germany with his date of
death.
Does anyone know of a list that gives the units to which such persons belonged and
their ranks and birth dates?

The Answer: Check the book "Die Juedischen Gefallenen des Deutschen Heeres, Der
Deutschen Marine und der Deutschen Schutztrupppen (1914-1918), Ein Gedenkbuch"
published by Reichsbund Juedischer Frontsoldaten, 1932.

Herein is what we learn about Josef HAGEDORN: born June 28, 1897 in
Padberg-Giershagen, died on March 20, 1917, served in 2. Ga. Schuetz Battalion

Werner L. Frank Calabasas, CA USA <wlfrank@...>

LDS films of Vienna Jewish records #austria-czech

Bob Lenk
 

Several months ago Henry Wellisch wrote that he had noticed several
additions on the Family History (Mormons) website on Vienna Jewish
records. I have had a chance to look at some of the new records. Here
are some interesting things I found.

1) The item listed as:

"Matrikel der Juedischen Gemeinde 1826 - 1938 (Register of the Jewish
Community) now includes 380 films:

- 111 films, published in 1980. These are the copies of
birth/marriage/death registers >from the city archives, which have
been available for years.

- about 87 films, published in 2004. These are the original
birth/marriage/death registers >from the IKG. Actually, there seem
to be some missing - more details in a separate posting.

- 14 films of "Proklamationen" >from 1889 to 1937. I haven't looked
at these.

- 9 films of "Versöhnungsbuch", "Scheidungsbuch", and
"Übergetretene". I haven't looked at these.

- 139 films of "Geburtsanzeigen" (birth announcements) >from 1893 to
1919. I haven't looked at these. These must be considerably less
dense than the birth registers, which contain the same years in
about 14 films).


2) Also, I have looked at one film each >from items:

"Kartei zu den Matriken der Israelitischen Kultusgemeinde,
1810- 1938, Gauamt fuer Sippenforschung" (Card index of registers
of the Jewish community, District office for Race research)

and

"Matrikel 1830 - 1938" (Jewish Community records) 5 films, A-B

These appear to be the same set of records (I don't understand why
the 5 films are listed separately - and I don't know if they are
duplicates or different cards). They are index cards which generally
list a birth, marriage, or death recorded in the registers. These
cards include the index number >from the register, plus much of the
relevant information >from the actual record. As a bonus, some of the
marriage records list all the children >from the marriage on the back.
Most of the records I found are >from the 19th century; a few are from
the Nazi era. Not much in between. The records are far from
complete. This can be a useful way of finding family members by name
rather than date.

These cards are clearly not designed specifically for the IKG. The
include a space for "getauft" (baptism date), in addition to birth,
marriage, death, and burial. In one case I found a Nazi-era record
for one of my relatives (>from an inter-marriage) with this space
filled out, plus various other notations apparently intended to show
him as a gentile.


3) Finally, regarding the item

"Matrikel 1870 - 1914"

I looked at this film years ago. It is a small set of circumcision
records that was not useful to me. There are also a bunch of
Protestant records on item 2 of the same film.

Bob Lenk
Greeley, Colorado, USA

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech LDS films of Vienna Jewish records #austria-czech

Bob Lenk
 

Several months ago Henry Wellisch wrote that he had noticed several
additions on the Family History (Mormons) website on Vienna Jewish
records. I have had a chance to look at some of the new records. Here
are some interesting things I found.

1) The item listed as:

"Matrikel der Juedischen Gemeinde 1826 - 1938 (Register of the Jewish
Community) now includes 380 films:

- 111 films, published in 1980. These are the copies of
birth/marriage/death registers >from the city archives, which have
been available for years.

- about 87 films, published in 2004. These are the original
birth/marriage/death registers >from the IKG. Actually, there seem
to be some missing - more details in a separate posting.

- 14 films of "Proklamationen" >from 1889 to 1937. I haven't looked
at these.

- 9 films of "Versöhnungsbuch", "Scheidungsbuch", and
"Übergetretene". I haven't looked at these.

- 139 films of "Geburtsanzeigen" (birth announcements) >from 1893 to
1919. I haven't looked at these. These must be considerably less
dense than the birth registers, which contain the same years in
about 14 films).


2) Also, I have looked at one film each >from items:

"Kartei zu den Matriken der Israelitischen Kultusgemeinde,
1810- 1938, Gauamt fuer Sippenforschung" (Card index of registers
of the Jewish community, District office for Race research)

and

"Matrikel 1830 - 1938" (Jewish Community records) 5 films, A-B

These appear to be the same set of records (I don't understand why
the 5 films are listed separately - and I don't know if they are
duplicates or different cards). They are index cards which generally
list a birth, marriage, or death recorded in the registers. These
cards include the index number >from the register, plus much of the
relevant information >from the actual record. As a bonus, some of the
marriage records list all the children >from the marriage on the back.
Most of the records I found are >from the 19th century; a few are from
the Nazi era. Not much in between. The records are far from
complete. This can be a useful way of finding family members by name
rather than date.

These cards are clearly not designed specifically for the IKG. The
include a space for "getauft" (baptism date), in addition to birth,
marriage, death, and burial. In one case I found a Nazi-era record
for one of my relatives (>from an inter-marriage) with this space
filled out, plus various other notations apparently intended to show
him as a gentile.


3) Finally, regarding the item

"Matrikel 1870 - 1914"

I looked at this film years ago. It is a small set of circumcision
records that was not useful to me. There are also a bunch of
Protestant records on item 2 of the same film.

Bob Lenk
Greeley, Colorado, USA

ERLICH arrival in U.S. circa 1941 #austria-czech

Steckelmacher Claude <claude.steckelmacher@...>
 

Dear Siggers,

I am trying to find out, unfortunatelly without success, how and when
members of my family, namely ERLICH Josef, his wife LAMM Martha and their
daughter ERLICH Elisabeth arrived on the American Continent.

All I know is that they where living in Vienna, on Westbahnstrasse, Wien
VII, left Austria for Belgium (Brussels and Antwerp) and then went to
Portugal. They arrived most probably in New York in February 1941 on a
Portuguese freighter that carried only 7 couples. I believe it was called
"Pinto".

I cannot trace on the net the slightest detail regarding their arrival.

Could someone help me ? Many thanks beforehand.

STECKELMACHER, Claude
Strombeek-Bever (Belgium)

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech ERLICH arrival in U.S. circa 1941 #austria-czech

Steckelmacher Claude <claude.steckelmacher@...>
 

Dear Siggers,

I am trying to find out, unfortunatelly without success, how and when
members of my family, namely ERLICH Josef, his wife LAMM Martha and their
daughter ERLICH Elisabeth arrived on the American Continent.

All I know is that they where living in Vienna, on Westbahnstrasse, Wien
VII, left Austria for Belgium (Brussels and Antwerp) and then went to
Portugal. They arrived most probably in New York in February 1941 on a
Portuguese freighter that carried only 7 couples. I believe it was called
"Pinto".

I cannot trace on the net the slightest detail regarding their arrival.

Could someone help me ? Many thanks beforehand.

STECKELMACHER, Claude
Strombeek-Bever (Belgium)

Kamenets-Podolskiy records #ukraine

Myra & Peter Waddell <mpwaddell@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I have recently discovered that my maternal grandmother (Esther
Borziansky) was born in Kamenets-Podolskiy (1878) and that my
grandparents (Esther and Hyman Ouzner) married at Winnitza District,
Kamenets-Podolsk (August, 1897). Can anyone tell me whether I have any
chance of obtaining records of these occasions? If so, how I may obtain
them and how much it's likely to cost me??!!

Thanks in advance. Myra Waddell (Adelaide, South Australia)

GOLDENBERG, SAMUELS, Romania/France/England - London/Liverpool.
BORKOVSKY, Lomza Province, Russia and Irkutsk, Siberia.
OUZNER, OSNER, POSNER, Chotin, Romania.
BORZIANSKY, Kamenets-Podolskiy, Ukraine.

Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Kamenets-Podolskiy records #ukraine

Myra & Peter Waddell <mpwaddell@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I have recently discovered that my maternal grandmother (Esther
Borziansky) was born in Kamenets-Podolskiy (1878) and that my
grandparents (Esther and Hyman Ouzner) married at Winnitza District,
Kamenets-Podolsk (August, 1897). Can anyone tell me whether I have any
chance of obtaining records of these occasions? If so, how I may obtain
them and how much it's likely to cost me??!!

Thanks in advance. Myra Waddell (Adelaide, South Australia)

GOLDENBERG, SAMUELS, Romania/France/England - London/Liverpool.
BORKOVSKY, Lomza Province, Russia and Irkutsk, Siberia.
OUZNER, OSNER, POSNER, Chotin, Romania.
BORZIANSKY, Kamenets-Podolskiy, Ukraine.