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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Ryazan research #general

Leon.Koll@...
 

I am looking for genners who are interested in Ryazan(Russia) research.
In the beginning of 1891 in Ryazan lived 46 jewish families including
two families of my ancestors (KULL and PRYANIKOV).
It's not clear whether the Ryazan State archive has a jewish metric
records.
Anyone interested in cooperation please reply privately.

TIA,
Leon Koll
mailto:Leon.Koll@...
Yehud, Israel

Researching:
SEREBRYANY,SEREBRENY,SEREBRENNY (Rechitsa,Loyev)
PERSITS,PERSHITS (Belarus)
POTOK (Brailov,Zhitomir) LANDAU (Brailov)
SPIVAK (Belaya Tzerkov,Radomyshl)
MILMAN (Belaya Tzerkov)
KULL,KULLE (Estonia,Ryazan) PRYANIKOV (Ryazan)


Ryazan research #general

Leon.Koll@...
 

I am looking for genners who are interested in Ryazan(Russia) research.
In the beginning of 1891 in Ryazan lived 46 jewish families including
two families of my ancestors (KULL and PRYANIKOV).
It's not clear whether the Ryazan State archive has a jewish metric
records.
Anyone interested in cooperation please reply privately.

TIA,
Leon Koll
mailto:Leon.Koll@...
Yehud, Israel

Researching:
SEREBRYANY,SEREBRENY,SEREBRENNY (Rechitsa,Loyev)
PERSITS,PERSHITS (Belarus)
POTOK (Brailov,Zhitomir) LANDAU (Brailov)
SPIVAK (Belaya Tzerkov,Radomyshl)
MILMAN (Belaya Tzerkov)
KULL,KULLE (Estonia,Ryazan) PRYANIKOV (Ryazan)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Limiting Responses #general

W. Ellen Fleischmann & Reid A. Kneeland
 

Dear Jenners,

I just spent 2 hours deleting over 600 messages >from JewishGen. This was
one week's worth of mail.

While managing my mailbox is certainly my own concern, I thought that I
might make one small suggestion: when replying to someone's request for
information, if the request is more than a day old, please check to see if
anyone else has already responded.

I appreciate the generous spirit of all of Geners, and in no way do I
suggest that it be quelled. Rather, I would respectfully request that
unless you have something counter to or significantly different >from what's
already been posted, please just defer to the Genner-on-the-Spot.

I hope that this will help all of us find those important postings which
connect us to family then and now.

Thanks for reading this.

Please, no flames. And please, let's not discuss this suggestion endlessly!

B'shalom,

Ellen Fleischmann

FLEISCHMANN (Yanoshuk, Lithuania; St. Louis, MO), DUNIE or DUNJE,
USA/Lithuania, SALGALLER, GROSBLATT, PICKEL, LAMPERT
CYTRON, KLEIN, (Louisville, KY) COLLINS/KOLLINTZ, EPPSTEIN (Bialystock),
BACHARACH

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Limiting Responses #general

W. Ellen Fleischmann & Reid A. Kneeland
 

Dear Jenners,

I just spent 2 hours deleting over 600 messages >from JewishGen. This was
one week's worth of mail.

While managing my mailbox is certainly my own concern, I thought that I
might make one small suggestion: when replying to someone's request for
information, if the request is more than a day old, please check to see if
anyone else has already responded.

I appreciate the generous spirit of all of Geners, and in no way do I
suggest that it be quelled. Rather, I would respectfully request that
unless you have something counter to or significantly different >from what's
already been posted, please just defer to the Genner-on-the-Spot.

I hope that this will help all of us find those important postings which
connect us to family then and now.

Thanks for reading this.

Please, no flames. And please, let's not discuss this suggestion endlessly!

B'shalom,

Ellen Fleischmann

FLEISCHMANN (Yanoshuk, Lithuania; St. Louis, MO), DUNIE or DUNJE,
USA/Lithuania, SALGALLER, GROSBLATT, PICKEL, LAMPERT
CYTRON, KLEIN, (Louisville, KY) COLLINS/KOLLINTZ, EPPSTEIN (Bialystock),
BACHARACH

MODERATOR NOTE: Perhaps receiving the Discussion Group messages
in Digest Form would help ease the “burden” of multiple messages.
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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Where are the towns of Hriniow and Bukow, Galicia. #general

George
 

Hello,

I just found out that my ggm Feige Frankel was born in Hriniow, Galicia
in 1843. I assume it was close to Lviv (Lemberg). Another relative is
listed as >from Bukow, Galicia.

I couldn't find these towns on the shtetlfinder. Can anyone help?

George Frankel
San Francisco, California


Where are the towns of Hriniow and Bukow, Galicia. #general

George
 

Hello,

I just found out that my ggm Feige Frankel was born in Hriniow, Galicia
in 1843. I assume it was close to Lviv (Lemberg). Another relative is
listed as >from Bukow, Galicia.

I couldn't find these towns on the shtetlfinder. Can anyone help?

George Frankel
San Francisco, California


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen REINMAN , MAUER :NY & Chicago address/telephone lookup request #general

Nir Alon <niralon@...>
 

I am trying to make contact with

1) Miriam & Shalom REINMAN (last known residence New York)
2) Frieda MAUER (last known residence Chicago)

I would be grateful to anyone able to find a mailing address (or even
better - email address).

Thanks!

Nir Alon mailto:niralon@...


REINMAN , MAUER :NY & Chicago address/telephone lookup request #general

Nir Alon <niralon@...>
 

I am trying to make contact with

1) Miriam & Shalom REINMAN (last known residence New York)
2) Frieda MAUER (last known residence Chicago)

I would be grateful to anyone able to find a mailing address (or even
better - email address).

Thanks!

Nir Alon mailto:niralon@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Belzec Information #general

A. Feiner <afeiner@...>
 


Belzec Information #general

A. Feiner <afeiner@...>
 


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching BIRNBAUM/WEISEL/KELNER #general

Louis A Fine <loufine@...>
 

Dear Jgeners,

Anybody know these folks?

Abraham BIRNBAUM born Sep 27, 1917
wife Devorah Dora Weisel 1924
2 sons
Samuel Birnbaum born 1951
wife Marcel Rein born 1953

Hyme Birnbaum
last known address: Jerico NY
wife Susan BERMAN
1 son 1 daughter
Joshua Birnbaum born 1977
Jill Birnbaum born 1982

Parents of Devorah Weisel

Chaim Moishe WEISEL born circa 1880
in Rozwadow Galcia Austria
his wife: Malke Gitel Last

Devorah's Siblings:
Golda
Ruchla
David
Naphtala
Shimon
Meilach

Milton KELNER born ?
wife Ruth Weisel born ?

Please reply privately:

Louis A. Fine
University Place WA
E-mail <l oufine@... >


Searching BIRNBAUM/WEISEL/KELNER #general

Louis A Fine <loufine@...>
 

Dear Jgeners,

Anybody know these folks?

Abraham BIRNBAUM born Sep 27, 1917
wife Devorah Dora Weisel 1924
2 sons
Samuel Birnbaum born 1951
wife Marcel Rein born 1953

Hyme Birnbaum
last known address: Jerico NY
wife Susan BERMAN
1 son 1 daughter
Joshua Birnbaum born 1977
Jill Birnbaum born 1982

Parents of Devorah Weisel

Chaim Moishe WEISEL born circa 1880
in Rozwadow Galcia Austria
his wife: Malke Gitel Last

Devorah's Siblings:
Golda
Ruchla
David
Naphtala
Shimon
Meilach

Milton KELNER born ?
wife Ruth Weisel born ?

Please reply privately:

Louis A. Fine
University Place WA
E-mail <l oufine@... >


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Morris High School, Bronx, #general

JM <jmorzil1@...>
 

I have my father's Morris High School Yearbook, January, 1938. Included
with the picture and name of each graduate is a home address. Graduation
took place February 2, 1938, I have the program. If you think a relative
might be in this class and would like any information I can find, please
contact me privately.

Linda Morzillo
Saratoga Springs, NY
jmorzil1@...

Researching:

PRESS and SCHNEIDER in Vidukle and Kaunas
AMCHIVSLAVSKY and ERLICHMAN in Rostov-on-Don
COHEN/KAGAN and BORNSTEIN/BOURNELEIN in Oshmyany and Vilna
KOSOFSKY in Stuchin/Szczuczyn/Shchuchyn/Scucyn
SWOTINSKY in Poland/Belarus


Morris High School, Bronx, #general

JM <jmorzil1@...>
 

I have my father's Morris High School Yearbook, January, 1938. Included
with the picture and name of each graduate is a home address. Graduation
took place February 2, 1938, I have the program. If you think a relative
might be in this class and would like any information I can find, please
contact me privately.

Linda Morzillo
Saratoga Springs, NY
jmorzil1@...

Researching:

PRESS and SCHNEIDER in Vidukle and Kaunas
AMCHIVSLAVSKY and ERLICHMAN in Rostov-on-Don
COHEN/KAGAN and BORNSTEIN/BOURNELEIN in Oshmyany and Vilna
KOSOFSKY in Stuchin/Szczuczyn/Shchuchyn/Scucyn
SWOTINSKY in Poland/Belarus


Latvia SIG #Latvia NEW GROUP: Ekaterinoslav Area #latvia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

Forwarded to Latvia SIG Discussion Group
---------------------------------------

I am very pleased to announce that yet another group geared to
facilitating communication between 'genners with a common interest
is now live and awaiting subscribers. With Elsebeth Paikin as
moderator, and myself (Jerry Touger) as coordinator, the Ekaterinoslav
Area Research Group is joining the long list of JewishGen hosted
mailing lists.

The Ekaterinoslav Area Research Group is dedicated to serving as an
information- gathering vehicle and clearinghouse for Jewish genealogical
as well as historical information relating to the Jewish community in
and around the city formerly known as Ekaterinoslav and now called
Dniepropetrovsk in the Ukraine. Because many Jews relocated to
Ekaterinoslav or the surrounding agricultutral colonies >from Belarus
(and many of these in turn subsequently emigrated), many of those people
already participating and also potential members will be particularly
interested in Belarus-Ekaterinoslav connections In fact, the effort to
establish this group was initiated specifically by people whose forebears
were originally >from Belarus, but later settled in Ekaterinoslav.

However there was also settlement in the area >from elsewhere in the Pale
of Settlement, and there are also people who know they have ancestors who
lived in Ekaterinoslav but do not know what prior roots those ancestors
might have had. Since these groups of ancestors no doubt intermingled
and intermarried, it makes good historical sense to embrace all of them
under the umbrella of the Ekaterinoslav area research group.

Joining this group is simple and can be done via e-mail or online.
To use the online automated webform, please go to:

http://www.jewishgen.org/listserv/sigs.htm

and click on the word Subscribe. You will be taken to the webform
where you will follow the directions to fill out completely, then
select Ekaterinoslav which you will find listed under the Shtetl
Research Groups. Scroll down and click on the button that says
Submit my Request.

To subscribe via e-mail simply send a message addressed to:

listserv@... and say

subscribe ekaterinoslav (first name) (last name)

With either method, online or e-mail you will receive a request to
confirm the subscription. Just click on the reply button and the
message with the proper confirmation number will be returned to us.

You'll know you've done it all correctly when you receive the
Welcome Document >from the Ekaterinoslav Group which will contain
information about the address to be used when you post messages to
the entire list as well as the importance of setting your e-mail
program to send messages to us in plain text only.

If you need any help with any of this, please send an e-mail to:
mailto:support@...

Best regards,

Jerry Touger,
Coordinator,
Ekaterinoslav Area Research Group
Jtouger@... <mailto:Jtouger@...>

Researching
TOUGER/TAVGER (Minsk gubernya and Ekaterinoslav)
PALEY(Minsk gubernya)
SADKOVSKY (Murafa and vicinity, Podolia, Ukraine)
POLONSKY (Kishinev)
mailto:support@...> .


--
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark,
e-mail: elsebeth@...
--


NEW GROUP: Ekaterinoslav Area #latvia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

Forwarded to Latvia SIG Discussion Group
---------------------------------------

I am very pleased to announce that yet another group geared to
facilitating communication between 'genners with a common interest
is now live and awaiting subscribers. With Elsebeth Paikin as
moderator, and myself (Jerry Touger) as coordinator, the Ekaterinoslav
Area Research Group is joining the long list of JewishGen hosted
mailing lists.

The Ekaterinoslav Area Research Group is dedicated to serving as an
information- gathering vehicle and clearinghouse for Jewish genealogical
as well as historical information relating to the Jewish community in
and around the city formerly known as Ekaterinoslav and now called
Dniepropetrovsk in the Ukraine. Because many Jews relocated to
Ekaterinoslav or the surrounding agricultutral colonies >from Belarus
(and many of these in turn subsequently emigrated), many of those people
already participating and also potential members will be particularly
interested in Belarus-Ekaterinoslav connections In fact, the effort to
establish this group was initiated specifically by people whose forebears
were originally >from Belarus, but later settled in Ekaterinoslav.

However there was also settlement in the area >from elsewhere in the Pale
of Settlement, and there are also people who know they have ancestors who
lived in Ekaterinoslav but do not know what prior roots those ancestors
might have had. Since these groups of ancestors no doubt intermingled
and intermarried, it makes good historical sense to embrace all of them
under the umbrella of the Ekaterinoslav area research group.

Joining this group is simple and can be done via e-mail or online.
To use the online automated webform, please go to:

http://www.jewishgen.org/listserv/sigs.htm

and click on the word Subscribe. You will be taken to the webform
where you will follow the directions to fill out completely, then
select Ekaterinoslav which you will find listed under the Shtetl
Research Groups. Scroll down and click on the button that says
Submit my Request.

To subscribe via e-mail simply send a message addressed to:

listserv@... and say

subscribe ekaterinoslav (first name) (last name)

With either method, online or e-mail you will receive a request to
confirm the subscription. Just click on the reply button and the
message with the proper confirmation number will be returned to us.

You'll know you've done it all correctly when you receive the
Welcome Document >from the Ekaterinoslav Group which will contain
information about the address to be used when you post messages to
the entire list as well as the importance of setting your e-mail
program to send messages to us in plain text only.

If you need any help with any of this, please send an e-mail to:
mailto:support@...

Best regards,

Jerry Touger,
Coordinator,
Ekaterinoslav Area Research Group
Jtouger@... <mailto:Jtouger@...>

Researching
TOUGER/TAVGER (Minsk gubernya and Ekaterinoslav)
PALEY(Minsk gubernya)
SADKOVSKY (Murafa and vicinity, Podolia, Ukraine)
POLONSKY (Kishinev)
mailto:support@...> .


--
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark,
e-mail: elsebeth@...
--


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Help child survivors of Holocaust find information #lodz #poland

Seflaum@...
 

[Reposted >from ShtetLinks Digest by Moderator]
Subject: Help child survivors of Holocaust find information
From: Eva Floersheim <evaflor@...>
Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2000 20:44:28 +0300
X-Message-Number: 1

On Monday night starts Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Memorial Day.

Among the children who survived Holocaust, many are still looking for
information about their past.
Some were so young, they don't even know their own original names nor
the names of their parents.

Please enter the Missing Identity website:
http://www.jewishgen.org/missing-identity/

Perhaps you will be able to help some of the forty child survivors
featured on this site, some of them with the following family names:
ABRAHAM, BRAVER, BROJTMAN, DAVID, EINHORN, DUBINSTEIN,
FINKELSTEIN, GELBFARB, GOLUBCZYK, HILFERDING, HIRTH, HUTTERER, KCIEL,
KZIAZENICKI, MISHURES, REISS, ROSNER, ROSENFELD, SANDAK, SCHECHTER, SEIFERT,
TEITMAN, TENNER, WAGMAN/WALDMAN, WALDBAUM, WIESNIEWSKA
Some, without family names, may perhaps be recognized through their
photos.
In addition you can read the requests of others who are searching for
relatives who disappeared in the Holocaust.

Eva Floersheim
Shadmot Dvorah
Israel


Help child survivors of Holocaust find information #poland #lodz

Seflaum@...
 

[Reposted >from ShtetLinks Digest by Moderator]
Subject: Help child survivors of Holocaust find information
From: Eva Floersheim <evaflor@...>
Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2000 20:44:28 +0300
X-Message-Number: 1

On Monday night starts Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Memorial Day.

Among the children who survived Holocaust, many are still looking for
information about their past.
Some were so young, they don't even know their own original names nor
the names of their parents.

Please enter the Missing Identity website:
http://www.jewishgen.org/missing-identity/

Perhaps you will be able to help some of the forty child survivors
featured on this site, some of them with the following family names:
ABRAHAM, BRAVER, BROJTMAN, DAVID, EINHORN, DUBINSTEIN,
FINKELSTEIN, GELBFARB, GOLUBCZYK, HILFERDING, HIRTH, HUTTERER, KCIEL,
KZIAZENICKI, MISHURES, REISS, ROSNER, ROSENFELD, SANDAK, SCHECHTER, SEIFERT,
TEITMAN, TENNER, WAGMAN/WALDMAN, WALDBAUM, WIESNIEWSKA
Some, without family names, may perhaps be recognized through their
photos.
In addition you can read the requests of others who are searching for
relatives who disappeared in the Holocaust.

Eva Floersheim
Shadmot Dvorah
Israel


Belarus SIG #Belarus NEW GROUP: Ekaterinoslav Area #belarus

Elsebeth Paikin
 

Forwarded to Belarus Discussion Group
-------------------------------------

I am very pleased to announce that yet another group geared
to facilitating communication between 'genners with a common
interest is now live and awaiting subscribers. With Elsebeth
Paikin as moderator, and myself (Jerry Touger) as coordinator,
the Ekaterinoslav Area Research Group is joining the long list
of JewishGen hosted mailing lists.

The Ekaterinoslav Area Research Group is dedicated to serving as
an information- gathering vehicle and clearinghouse for Jewish
genealogical as well as historical information relating to the
Jewish community in and around the city formerly known as
Ekaterinoslav and now called Dniepropetrovsk in the Ukraine.

Because many Jews relocated to Ekaterinoslav or the surrounding
agricultutral colonies >from Belarus (and many of these in turn
subsequently emigrated), many of those people already participating
and also potential members will be particularly interested in
Belarus-Ekaterinoslav connections In fact, the effort to establish
this group was initiated specifically by people whose forebears were
originally >from Belarus, but later settled in Ekaterinoslav.

However there was also settlement in the area >from elsewhere in the Pale
of Settlement, and there are also people who know they have ancestors who
lived in Ekaterinoslav but do not know what prior roots those ancestors
might have had. Since these groups of ancestors no doubt intermingled
and intermarried, it makes good historical sense to embrace all of them
under the umbrella of the Ekaterinoslav area research group.

Joining this group is simple and can be done via e-mail or online.
To use the online automated webform, please go to:

http://www.jewishgen.org/listserv/sigs.htm

and click on the word Subscribe. You will be taken to the webform
where you will follow the directions to fill out completely, then
select Ekaterinoslav which you will find listed under the Shtetl
Research Groups. Scroll down and click on the button that says
Submit my Request.

To subscribe via e-mail simply send a message addressed to:

listserv@... and say

subscribe ekaterinoslav (first name) (last name)

With either method, online or e-mail you will receive a request to
confirm the subscription. Just click on the reply button and the
message with the proper confirmation number will be returned to us.

You'll know you've done it all correctly when you receive the
Welcome Document >from the Ekaterinoslav Group which will contain
information about the address to be used when you post messages to
the entire list as well as the importance of setting your e-mail
program to send messages to us in plain text only.

If you need any help with any of this, please send an e-mail to:
mailto:support@...


Best regards,

Jerry Touger,
Coordinator,
Ekaterinoslav Area Research Group
Jtouger@... <mailto:Jtouger@...>

Researching
TOUGER/TAVGER (Minsk gubernya and Ekaterinoslav)
PALEY(Minsk gubernya)
SADKOVSKY (Murafa and vicinity, Podolia, Ukraine)
POLONSKY (Kishinev)
mailto:support@...> .


--
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark,
e-mail: elsebeth@...
--


NEW GROUP: Ekaterinoslav Area #belarus

Elsebeth Paikin
 

Forwarded to Belarus Discussion Group
-------------------------------------

I am very pleased to announce that yet another group geared
to facilitating communication between 'genners with a common
interest is now live and awaiting subscribers. With Elsebeth
Paikin as moderator, and myself (Jerry Touger) as coordinator,
the Ekaterinoslav Area Research Group is joining the long list
of JewishGen hosted mailing lists.

The Ekaterinoslav Area Research Group is dedicated to serving as
an information- gathering vehicle and clearinghouse for Jewish
genealogical as well as historical information relating to the
Jewish community in and around the city formerly known as
Ekaterinoslav and now called Dniepropetrovsk in the Ukraine.

Because many Jews relocated to Ekaterinoslav or the surrounding
agricultutral colonies >from Belarus (and many of these in turn
subsequently emigrated), many of those people already participating
and also potential members will be particularly interested in
Belarus-Ekaterinoslav connections In fact, the effort to establish
this group was initiated specifically by people whose forebears were
originally >from Belarus, but later settled in Ekaterinoslav.

However there was also settlement in the area >from elsewhere in the Pale
of Settlement, and there are also people who know they have ancestors who
lived in Ekaterinoslav but do not know what prior roots those ancestors
might have had. Since these groups of ancestors no doubt intermingled
and intermarried, it makes good historical sense to embrace all of them
under the umbrella of the Ekaterinoslav area research group.

Joining this group is simple and can be done via e-mail or online.
To use the online automated webform, please go to:

http://www.jewishgen.org/listserv/sigs.htm

and click on the word Subscribe. You will be taken to the webform
where you will follow the directions to fill out completely, then
select Ekaterinoslav which you will find listed under the Shtetl
Research Groups. Scroll down and click on the button that says
Submit my Request.

To subscribe via e-mail simply send a message addressed to:

listserv@... and say

subscribe ekaterinoslav (first name) (last name)

With either method, online or e-mail you will receive a request to
confirm the subscription. Just click on the reply button and the
message with the proper confirmation number will be returned to us.

You'll know you've done it all correctly when you receive the
Welcome Document >from the Ekaterinoslav Group which will contain
information about the address to be used when you post messages to
the entire list as well as the importance of setting your e-mail
program to send messages to us in plain text only.

If you need any help with any of this, please send an e-mail to:
mailto:support@...


Best regards,

Jerry Touger,
Coordinator,
Ekaterinoslav Area Research Group
Jtouger@... <mailto:Jtouger@...>

Researching
TOUGER/TAVGER (Minsk gubernya and Ekaterinoslav)
PALEY(Minsk gubernya)
SADKOVSKY (Murafa and vicinity, Podolia, Ukraine)
POLONSKY (Kishinev)
mailto:support@...> .


--
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark,
e-mail: elsebeth@...
--