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Re: Fake email linked to genealogy research? #general

Harvey L Kaplan <harvey@...>
 

And by chance, I have been contacted by "three" companies in the past week
trying to find heirs of a distant relative of mine, not realising who I am,
but looking for information >from me. I went straight to a relative who has
a direct claim on this estate and I am advising him on how to go about
making a claim himself. The scam is that these researchers want their cut.
One has asked the heirs to sign over 10% of their inheritance in exchange
for being pointed in the right direction.

Harvey L Kaplan
Glasgow, Scotland

----- Original Message -----
I just recieved an email >from someone claiming to be searching for heirs
of a possible family member. This individual must have done some research
on genalogy web-sites as that is the only place this name is linked to mine.

This particular letter was pretty obvious, but thought I would just alert
others on Jewish Gen to the possibility of frauds.

Ellen Lee

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Fake email linked to genealogy research? #general

Harvey L Kaplan <harvey@...>
 

And by chance, I have been contacted by "three" companies in the past week
trying to find heirs of a distant relative of mine, not realising who I am,
but looking for information >from me. I went straight to a relative who has
a direct claim on this estate and I am advising him on how to go about
making a claim himself. The scam is that these researchers want their cut.
One has asked the heirs to sign over 10% of their inheritance in exchange
for being pointed in the right direction.

Harvey L Kaplan
Glasgow, Scotland

----- Original Message -----
I just recieved an email >from someone claiming to be searching for heirs
of a possible family member. This individual must have done some research
on genalogy web-sites as that is the only place this name is linked to mine.

This particular letter was pretty obvious, but thought I would just alert
others on Jewish Gen to the possibility of frauds.

Ellen Lee

Conference Attendance #austria-czech

RHEBOB@...
 

I plan to attend the conference. Please add my name to the list.
Rhea Kantner Frankl

MODERATOR NOTE: There is a dedicated List for potential attenders,
which it might be worth your while joining. Go to:
http://www.jgsny2006.org/

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Conference Attendance #austria-czech

RHEBOB@...
 

I plan to attend the conference. Please add my name to the list.
Rhea Kantner Frankl

MODERATOR NOTE: There is a dedicated List for potential attenders,
which it might be worth your while joining. Go to:
http://www.jgsny2006.org/

AustriaCzech SIG Business #austria-czech

Sharla Levine <austriaczech@...>
 

Yes, our Austria-Czech SIG meeting at the upcoming IAJGS conference is
scheduled for 8 AM on Wednesday, August 16. I do hope many of you will be
there.

However, it is not necessary to be there or to wait until then for some of
the information that Vera Finberg asked about. Here is a brief report,
which, if necessary, can be discussed in more depth at the meeting.

Our SIG was founded at the IAJGS conference in 1999 as a discussion list
only. I became the coordinator by default because no one else at that
meeting was willing to take the position. Very soon thereafter we added a
webpage. Over the years, we have laid the groundwork for several translation
and data acquisition/compilation/indexing projects, and now we may well have
a new opportunity to index records that are on microfilm with the FHL
(Family History Library). Our current "staff" consists of one SIG
Coordinator, one Project Coordinator, one webmaster, and two moderators.

FINANCES:
Over our seven years, we have received contributions, some designated for
specific projects, as follows:
Czech cemetery database $ 488
Terezin Ghetto list $ 427
GemeindeView $1236
General A-C SIG fund $2210

Our only expenditure has been $20 for a meeting room fee at a previous IAJGS
conference.

The funds to translate the Gold books are part of the Yizkor Book Project
and not part of our SIG funds.

PROJECTS:
We have always been lacking volunteers and funds to carry out our projects.
Most notably, we have not had volunteers step forward to take responsibility
for any specific projects. Several people have offered to do bits and pieces
of things, but we need volunteers to lead each project. The Project
Coordinator is supposed to have an overview, to prioritize, and to handle
administrative duties for the various projects. Project Leaders (volunteers
in charge of specific projects) should deal with the details of their
project, assigning portions to others and following up on them, assembling
data as it comes in and preparing it for its end-use, etc. Without
volunteers, we cannot move forward with our projects, which are intended to
benefit all of us and future researchers.

DISCUSSION LIST:
To correct Vera's recent comment, we have had at least five different
moderators over the years, usually two people sharing duties at any given
time. In general, we seek to keep the moderators anonymous, although I will
admit that I have at times served as moderator. We currently have two
moderators. More would be welcome.

WEB PAGE:
We have had three different people work on the webpage at various times. We
currently have one webmaster, who is a student and thus has only been able
to work on the page sporadically. He is eager to surrender the reins and has
suggested that job could be broken down into two or three aspects so that it
could be shared.

REQUESTING NEW VOLUNTEERS:
Due to some changes in my personal life and circumstances, I would like to
reduce my role in the SIG. Besides, as Vera suggests, some new people in all
the SIG positions should give the group some new energy, perspective, and
ideas. It would be wonderful to be able to announce and introduce new
volunteers at the upcoming meeting.

If you would like to volunteer for any position in the SIG, or if you have
suggestions of individuals who might be persuaded to take a position, please
contact me privately at austriaczech@....

Sharla Levine
Austria-Czech SIG Coordinator

Vera Finberg wrote:

Conference attendees have already heard that the SIG meeting is
scheduled for 8 AM on Wednesday. I hope we can get a report on the
status of the SIG, it's treasury (both for maintenance of the Web
page and for Research) and how many moderators we have/need as well
as co-ordinators. I do want to thank Sharla Levine who has been the
co-ordinator and a moderator for the entire time the SIG has existed,
first sharing duties with Randy and then alone?? I hope that we can
recruit new moderators, and co-ordinators who can revitalize the SIG.

EDLES Family, et. al. #austria-czech

peter bakos <pgbakos@...>
 

I would think >from the information given that your best chance would be to
write to the Hungarian SIG as the places you mention either are or were in
Hungary.

Peter Bakos
presently in Haymarket, Virginia

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech AustriaCzech SIG Business #austria-czech

Sharla Levine <austriaczech@...>
 

Yes, our Austria-Czech SIG meeting at the upcoming IAJGS conference is
scheduled for 8 AM on Wednesday, August 16. I do hope many of you will be
there.

However, it is not necessary to be there or to wait until then for some of
the information that Vera Finberg asked about. Here is a brief report,
which, if necessary, can be discussed in more depth at the meeting.

Our SIG was founded at the IAJGS conference in 1999 as a discussion list
only. I became the coordinator by default because no one else at that
meeting was willing to take the position. Very soon thereafter we added a
webpage. Over the years, we have laid the groundwork for several translation
and data acquisition/compilation/indexing projects, and now we may well have
a new opportunity to index records that are on microfilm with the FHL
(Family History Library). Our current "staff" consists of one SIG
Coordinator, one Project Coordinator, one webmaster, and two moderators.

FINANCES:
Over our seven years, we have received contributions, some designated for
specific projects, as follows:
Czech cemetery database $ 488
Terezin Ghetto list $ 427
GemeindeView $1236
General A-C SIG fund $2210

Our only expenditure has been $20 for a meeting room fee at a previous IAJGS
conference.

The funds to translate the Gold books are part of the Yizkor Book Project
and not part of our SIG funds.

PROJECTS:
We have always been lacking volunteers and funds to carry out our projects.
Most notably, we have not had volunteers step forward to take responsibility
for any specific projects. Several people have offered to do bits and pieces
of things, but we need volunteers to lead each project. The Project
Coordinator is supposed to have an overview, to prioritize, and to handle
administrative duties for the various projects. Project Leaders (volunteers
in charge of specific projects) should deal with the details of their
project, assigning portions to others and following up on them, assembling
data as it comes in and preparing it for its end-use, etc. Without
volunteers, we cannot move forward with our projects, which are intended to
benefit all of us and future researchers.

DISCUSSION LIST:
To correct Vera's recent comment, we have had at least five different
moderators over the years, usually two people sharing duties at any given
time. In general, we seek to keep the moderators anonymous, although I will
admit that I have at times served as moderator. We currently have two
moderators. More would be welcome.

WEB PAGE:
We have had three different people work on the webpage at various times. We
currently have one webmaster, who is a student and thus has only been able
to work on the page sporadically. He is eager to surrender the reins and has
suggested that job could be broken down into two or three aspects so that it
could be shared.

REQUESTING NEW VOLUNTEERS:
Due to some changes in my personal life and circumstances, I would like to
reduce my role in the SIG. Besides, as Vera suggests, some new people in all
the SIG positions should give the group some new energy, perspective, and
ideas. It would be wonderful to be able to announce and introduce new
volunteers at the upcoming meeting.

If you would like to volunteer for any position in the SIG, or if you have
suggestions of individuals who might be persuaded to take a position, please
contact me privately at austriaczech@....

Sharla Levine
Austria-Czech SIG Coordinator

Vera Finberg wrote:

Conference attendees have already heard that the SIG meeting is
scheduled for 8 AM on Wednesday. I hope we can get a report on the
status of the SIG, it's treasury (both for maintenance of the Web
page and for Research) and how many moderators we have/need as well
as co-ordinators. I do want to thank Sharla Levine who has been the
co-ordinator and a moderator for the entire time the SIG has existed,
first sharing duties with Randy and then alone?? I hope that we can
recruit new moderators, and co-ordinators who can revitalize the SIG.

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech EDLES Family, et. al. #austria-czech

peter bakos <pgbakos@...>
 

I would think >from the information given that your best chance would be to
write to the Hungarian SIG as the places you mention either are or were in
Hungary.

Peter Bakos
presently in Haymarket, Virginia

Re: looking for Sigmound HUTH's Father and Mother #austria-czech

dnrrita@...
 

I am looking for Sigmound HUTH Father and Mother
this is the information that I have:
Sigmound Huth was born in Prossnitz, Moravia [ It is now called Prostejov
in the Czech republic ] born on 25 June 1852 and died on 03 June 1935 in
Vienna Austria and his wife was Johanna [ Sara ] Herschel, Huth and
she was born 1852 in Vienna Austria and died on 21 Nov 1941
in Vienna Austria [ this information the dates and places may not be
accurate especially the places ]

Dan Huth
Cedarhurst Long Island, New York
USA

MODERATOR NOTE: Don't forget to check the SIG archives for mention
of this name, and also the JewishGen Family Finder to see is anyone
else is also researching this name.

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: looking for Sigmound HUTH's Father and Mother #austria-czech

dnrrita@...
 

I am looking for Sigmound HUTH Father and Mother
this is the information that I have:
Sigmound Huth was born in Prossnitz, Moravia [ It is now called Prostejov
in the Czech republic ] born on 25 June 1852 and died on 03 June 1935 in
Vienna Austria and his wife was Johanna [ Sara ] Herschel, Huth and
she was born 1852 in Vienna Austria and died on 21 Nov 1941
in Vienna Austria [ this information the dates and places may not be
accurate especially the places ]

Dan Huth
Cedarhurst Long Island, New York
USA

MODERATOR NOTE: Don't forget to check the SIG archives for mention
of this name, and also the JewishGen Family Finder to see is anyone
else is also researching this name.

Hungarian word for "niece" #general

felicia zieff
 

Dear friends,

I need to know the Hungarian word for "niece". Please
spell it out in Hungarian. Send your reply to my
personal e-mail.

Thanks much.

Felicia P. Zieff
Association of Descendants of the Shoah - Illinois, Inc.
http://adsillinois.org
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/zloczew/zloczew.html

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hungarian word for "niece" #general

felicia zieff
 

Dear friends,

I need to know the Hungarian word for "niece". Please
spell it out in Hungarian. Send your reply to my
personal e-mail.

Thanks much.

Felicia P. Zieff
Association of Descendants of the Shoah - Illinois, Inc.
http://adsillinois.org
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/zloczew/zloczew.html

Fake email linked to genealogy research? #general

ellie2@...
 

Dear Genners,

I just recieved an email >from someone claiming to be searching for
heirs of a possible family member. This individual must have done
some research on genalogy web-sites as that is the only place this
name is linked to mine.

This particular letter was pretty obvious, but thought I would just
alert others on Jewish Gen to the possibility of frauds.

Ellen Lee

Searching, ANSELL, ZUCKERMAN, SHERMAN, LISS, ANSHELOWITZ

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Fake email linked to genealogy research? #general

ellie2@...
 

Dear Genners,

I just recieved an email >from someone claiming to be searching for
heirs of a possible family member. This individual must have done
some research on genalogy web-sites as that is the only place this
name is linked to mine.

This particular letter was pretty obvious, but thought I would just
alert others on Jewish Gen to the possibility of frauds.

Ellen Lee

Searching, ANSELL, ZUCKERMAN, SHERMAN, LISS, ANSHELOWITZ

Re: Levi/Levy/Caro---Clechchovia???? #general

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Janette Levey wrote: <I posted recently about searching for my roots
on my father's side of the family. I was able to find a lot in the
British censuses. My great grandparents were born in England. On my
grgrandmother's line it looks like I may be able to trace back to my
grtgrtgrtgrtgrandmother in England in the 1780's. I'll post the
details in a separate post soon.

On my grtgrandfather's side, I found that his mother and her parents
(my grtgrtgrandmother and my grtgrtgrtgrandparents) had the name
CARO and are listed in one census as having been born in Clechchovia
and another census says Deu Poland. I either find nothing on
Shtetlfinder or over 1000 possible matches if I don't narrow it to
Poland. Since I see a reference to Poland in one census, I'm
assuming they were >from Poland.

Anyone have any ideas or info as to where Clechchovia could be or
what "Deu,> Poland" means?>>

I was delighted to be able to help Janette trace her roots last week:
Janette... tells us she is new to this - so here are a few hints and
possible leads miraculously taking Janette all the way back to her
gtgtgtgt-grandmother Lydia BARNETT born Whitechapel, London in 1781.

In this one posting, there was not enough space to discuss the CARO
family who can be found in Birmingham, England in censuses going
back to 1871. If you check all English CARO families [1851 onwards] ,
the place names Preussen, Posen, Deu, Prussia, Poland, Russia keep
appearing, plus a few specific place names inc Berlin .

Janette's CARO family appears first in the census in 1881 in
Birmingham - here they are >from Prussia. There were Birmingham CAROs
in 1871 too >from Russia, Prussia and the West of England.

In the 1881 census, Myer CARO and family are >from *Clechchovia* and
you can see Samuel LEVY {born Warsaw] living with the CARO family as
a son-in-law. He was the father of Jack LEVEY who married Lydia WOOLF
in 1903 and where I started my trail last week.

My guess is that the place Janette's CARO family came >from
Chelkowski (Posen) see:
http://www.polishroots.org/genpoland/pos.htm
http://home.foni.net/~adelsforschung/million.htm

Celia Male [U.K.]

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: Levi/Levy/Caro---Clechchovia???? #general

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Janette Levey wrote: <I posted recently about searching for my roots
on my father's side of the family. I was able to find a lot in the
British censuses. My great grandparents were born in England. On my
grgrandmother's line it looks like I may be able to trace back to my
grtgrtgrtgrtgrandmother in England in the 1780's. I'll post the
details in a separate post soon.

On my grtgrandfather's side, I found that his mother and her parents
(my grtgrtgrandmother and my grtgrtgrtgrandparents) had the name
CARO and are listed in one census as having been born in Clechchovia
and another census says Deu Poland. I either find nothing on
Shtetlfinder or over 1000 possible matches if I don't narrow it to
Poland. Since I see a reference to Poland in one census, I'm
assuming they were >from Poland.

Anyone have any ideas or info as to where Clechchovia could be or
what "Deu,> Poland" means?>>

I was delighted to be able to help Janette trace her roots last week:
Janette... tells us she is new to this - so here are a few hints and
possible leads miraculously taking Janette all the way back to her
gtgtgtgt-grandmother Lydia BARNETT born Whitechapel, London in 1781.

In this one posting, there was not enough space to discuss the CARO
family who can be found in Birmingham, England in censuses going
back to 1871. If you check all English CARO families [1851 onwards] ,
the place names Preussen, Posen, Deu, Prussia, Poland, Russia keep
appearing, plus a few specific place names inc Berlin .

Janette's CARO family appears first in the census in 1881 in
Birmingham - here they are >from Prussia. There were Birmingham CAROs
in 1871 too >from Russia, Prussia and the West of England.

In the 1881 census, Myer CARO and family are >from *Clechchovia* and
you can see Samuel LEVY {born Warsaw] living with the CARO family as
a son-in-law. He was the father of Jack LEVEY who married Lydia WOOLF
in 1903 and where I started my trail last week.

My guess is that the place Janette's CARO family came >from
Chelkowski (Posen) see:
http://www.polishroots.org/genpoland/pos.htm
http://home.foni.net/~adelsforschung/million.htm

Celia Male [U.K.]

Re: Caro---Clechchovia #general

Roger Lustig <trovato@...>
 

A few points here:

1) What kind of censuses were these? Specifically, what language would
"Deu, Poland" be in?

2) Silesia is an area that Prussia annexed >from the Holy Roman Empire.
This is what the Silesian Wars, culminating in the Seven Years War,
were about. Within the HRE, it was considered part of the Kingdom of
Bohemia, as it had been before Bohemia was absorbed in the 16thC.
Bohemia had ruled Silesia since the 14thC, before which time it had been
more or less associated with, though not entirely part of, Piast Poland.
In short, the relationship between Silesia and Poland has been a sore
point since the Mongols left, but Frederick the Great didn't take it
away >from the Poles; he took it >from Maria Theresia.

2a) Parts of Silesia remained Bohemian/Austrian: the southern and
southeastern border parts. (Teschen, Troppau.)

2b) Some of Upper Silesia was ceded to Poland in 1922 under the League
of Nations partition; another little bit (in 1919) to Czechoslovakia.

2c) For the truly finicky, Goerlitz and its surroundings just west of
the Oder (Odra) were Silesian, and have remained German.

3) All this has nothing to do with Posen, which isn't in Silesia, but
rather the capital of the province of the same name. It adjoins Silesia
to the northeast.

4) Clechchovia: could this be Czieschowa (German)/Ciechowa (Polish)?
This is one of the older Jewish communities in Upper Silesia. It had a
wooden synagogue and a cemetery--one of four Jewish village cemeteries
in all of Silesia. Ciechowa is in the eastern part of Kreis (county)
Lublinitz (now Lubliniec)--a part that was ceded to Poland in 1922.

5) There were indeed quite a few CAROs in Glogau in 1812 (citizenship
time). Also quite a few in Breslau, many of whom may have had roots in
Glogau. Only one other one in Silesia, though: in Brieg. None anywhere
near Czieschowa, alas. But that doesn't rule out a CARO presence there
earlier or later.

6) Perhaps when Nick Landau gets his hands on a copy of that handbook of
rabbis he can look up the name and the place. It's a useful book,
albeit not the most careful in its use of sources. Don't have it handy,
alas.

7) Menk probably means the province of Posen. Luft's book on the 1836
register has 27 CARO and 2 KARO families: 4 each in Lissa, Samoczyn and
Zirke, 3 each in Chodziesen, Posen, and Rawicz, and others in other
towns. Only one rabbi: in Schrimm. (One cantor in Samoczyn, a teacher
in Posen.)

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA

MBernet@... wrote:
Jslevey@... writes:

< On my grtgrandfather's side, I found that his mother and her parents (my
grtgrtgrandmother and my grtgrtgrtgrandparents) had the name Caro and are
listed in one census as having been born in Clechchovia and another census
says Deu Poland. I either find nothing on Shtetlfinder or over 1000 possible
matches if I don't narrow it to Poland. Since I see a reference to Poland in
one census, I'm assuming they were >from Poland.
Anyone have any ideas or info as to where Clechchovia could be or what "Deu,
Poland" means? >

==OK, the last question is easy: "German Poland"
[snip]

==Lars Menk lists CARO in his Dictionary of German Jewish Surnames. I
suggest you look it up at your local library. Most of them are >from Silesia,
an area that Prussia annexed >from Poland and that was ceded back to Poland
in 1945. The main cities he listed were Posen and Glogau. I tried checking
out Clechchovia but my local heatwave and thunderstorms interefered too much
with my light and thus my vision.

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Caro---Clechchovia #general

Roger Lustig <trovato@...>
 

A few points here:

1) What kind of censuses were these? Specifically, what language would
"Deu, Poland" be in?

2) Silesia is an area that Prussia annexed >from the Holy Roman Empire.
This is what the Silesian Wars, culminating in the Seven Years War,
were about. Within the HRE, it was considered part of the Kingdom of
Bohemia, as it had been before Bohemia was absorbed in the 16thC.
Bohemia had ruled Silesia since the 14thC, before which time it had been
more or less associated with, though not entirely part of, Piast Poland.
In short, the relationship between Silesia and Poland has been a sore
point since the Mongols left, but Frederick the Great didn't take it
away >from the Poles; he took it >from Maria Theresia.

2a) Parts of Silesia remained Bohemian/Austrian: the southern and
southeastern border parts. (Teschen, Troppau.)

2b) Some of Upper Silesia was ceded to Poland in 1922 under the League
of Nations partition; another little bit (in 1919) to Czechoslovakia.

2c) For the truly finicky, Goerlitz and its surroundings just west of
the Oder (Odra) were Silesian, and have remained German.

3) All this has nothing to do with Posen, which isn't in Silesia, but
rather the capital of the province of the same name. It adjoins Silesia
to the northeast.

4) Clechchovia: could this be Czieschowa (German)/Ciechowa (Polish)?
This is one of the older Jewish communities in Upper Silesia. It had a
wooden synagogue and a cemetery--one of four Jewish village cemeteries
in all of Silesia. Ciechowa is in the eastern part of Kreis (county)
Lublinitz (now Lubliniec)--a part that was ceded to Poland in 1922.

5) There were indeed quite a few CAROs in Glogau in 1812 (citizenship
time). Also quite a few in Breslau, many of whom may have had roots in
Glogau. Only one other one in Silesia, though: in Brieg. None anywhere
near Czieschowa, alas. But that doesn't rule out a CARO presence there
earlier or later.

6) Perhaps when Nick Landau gets his hands on a copy of that handbook of
rabbis he can look up the name and the place. It's a useful book,
albeit not the most careful in its use of sources. Don't have it handy,
alas.

7) Menk probably means the province of Posen. Luft's book on the 1836
register has 27 CARO and 2 KARO families: 4 each in Lissa, Samoczyn and
Zirke, 3 each in Chodziesen, Posen, and Rawicz, and others in other
towns. Only one rabbi: in Schrimm. (One cantor in Samoczyn, a teacher
in Posen.)

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA

MBernet@... wrote:
Jslevey@... writes:

< On my grtgrandfather's side, I found that his mother and her parents (my
grtgrtgrandmother and my grtgrtgrtgrandparents) had the name Caro and are
listed in one census as having been born in Clechchovia and another census
says Deu Poland. I either find nothing on Shtetlfinder or over 1000 possible
matches if I don't narrow it to Poland. Since I see a reference to Poland in
one census, I'm assuming they were >from Poland.
Anyone have any ideas or info as to where Clechchovia could be or what "Deu,
Poland" means? >

==OK, the last question is easy: "German Poland"
[snip]

==Lars Menk lists CARO in his Dictionary of German Jewish Surnames. I
suggest you look it up at your local library. Most of them are >from Silesia,
an area that Prussia annexed >from Poland and that was ceded back to Poland
in 1945. The main cities he listed were Posen and Glogau. I tried checking
out Clechchovia but my local heatwave and thunderstorms interefered too much
with my light and thus my vision.

The Rumanov Family #general

Volf Rumanov <baryosi@...>
 

Hello,
I am sarching my roots in Minsk (my great grandfather - Moishe (Movsha)
Yankev RUMANOV emigrated to there >from poland).
I searched in JewishGen and there I Discovered his fathe's name (Leibe).
I will be glad if you will help with my search and tell me about
databases or something else where I could find a record of them.
Here is my family tree:
http://www.genebase.com/user/volf572?module=family&view=tree

Thank You.
Volf.

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The Rumanov Family #general

Volf Rumanov <baryosi@...>
 

Hello,
I am sarching my roots in Minsk (my great grandfather - Moishe (Movsha)
Yankev RUMANOV emigrated to there >from poland).
I searched in JewishGen and there I Discovered his fathe's name (Leibe).
I will be glad if you will help with my search and tell me about
databases or something else where I could find a record of them.
Here is my family tree:
http://www.genebase.com/user/volf572?module=family&view=tree

Thank You.
Volf.