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Re: SCHULTZ and FEINER #hungary

Zebradisc@...
 

Hello All:
thanks to so many helpful folks...researching these two families:
(apologies if this isn't better organized)
my ggf LEOPOLD SCHULTZ (1858-1939) married BERTA FEINER c 1884 they lived in
Budapest before coming to America. LEOPOLD was in Austro-Hungarian army late
19thc....

Berta was born c.1867 in Veszprem to my gggf
IGNATZ FEINER (b 11 Nov 1843 Egerseg) and his wife Laura (both buried in
Budapest) who also had 8 other children including Bella, Giselle, Paula and a
brother who was a newspaper man(editor?) harbored by a priest during WW II
and managed to get to Israel & had a son Stephen Feiner (who married
twice)....
IGNATZ FEINER was a a teacher, the children attended boarding school the
children became professionals or married. Berta had a niece "Bergie" a prima
ballerina who danced for the nazis and married a Christian playwrite who
helped her escape to Switzerland--she later moved to Stockholm and opened a
dance school/studio...she lived into the 1970's that we know...

LEOPOLD SCHULTZ & BERTA had three children Andras(nee Andrew) Jeno (nee
Eugene) and Charlotte...Leopold and Jeno (b. 1891 d. 1972 NYC) cam to New
York c 1900 or 1901...BERTA followed with ANDREW SCHULTZ (b. 1898 Budapest/
d.1986 Florida-but lived in New York City then New Jersey most of his life)
and Charlotte who married Leo Hirsch.
we believe on the ship ACQUITANIA in 1902 or 1903....the only other FEINER to
come to America was Bella--we believe many/most of the FEINERS died in the
camps...believe other members of LEOPOLD's family also came to America as he
had a step-brother many years (~40!) his junior MAX SCHULTZ (b. 1889 d. 1964
NYC)

Also does anyone per chance have copies or access to:
Registers of Vessels Arriving at the Port of New York >from Foreign Ports,
1789-1919
{M 1066----27 Rolls---DP} I am looking for Rolls 26 & 27...
in advance i thank you all for any assistance or further suggestions.
RICKY SCHULTZ
Calabasas, CA
USA
researching SCHULTZ & FEINER


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: SCHULTZ and FEINER #hungary

Zebradisc@...
 

Hello All:
thanks to so many helpful folks...researching these two families:
(apologies if this isn't better organized)
my ggf LEOPOLD SCHULTZ (1858-1939) married BERTA FEINER c 1884 they lived in
Budapest before coming to America. LEOPOLD was in Austro-Hungarian army late
19thc....

Berta was born c.1867 in Veszprem to my gggf
IGNATZ FEINER (b 11 Nov 1843 Egerseg) and his wife Laura (both buried in
Budapest) who also had 8 other children including Bella, Giselle, Paula and a
brother who was a newspaper man(editor?) harbored by a priest during WW II
and managed to get to Israel & had a son Stephen Feiner (who married
twice)....
IGNATZ FEINER was a a teacher, the children attended boarding school the
children became professionals or married. Berta had a niece "Bergie" a prima
ballerina who danced for the nazis and married a Christian playwrite who
helped her escape to Switzerland--she later moved to Stockholm and opened a
dance school/studio...she lived into the 1970's that we know...

LEOPOLD SCHULTZ & BERTA had three children Andras(nee Andrew) Jeno (nee
Eugene) and Charlotte...Leopold and Jeno (b. 1891 d. 1972 NYC) cam to New
York c 1900 or 1901...BERTA followed with ANDREW SCHULTZ (b. 1898 Budapest/
d.1986 Florida-but lived in New York City then New Jersey most of his life)
and Charlotte who married Leo Hirsch.
we believe on the ship ACQUITANIA in 1902 or 1903....the only other FEINER to
come to America was Bella--we believe many/most of the FEINERS died in the
camps...believe other members of LEOPOLD's family also came to America as he
had a step-brother many years (~40!) his junior MAX SCHULTZ (b. 1889 d. 1964
NYC)

Also does anyone per chance have copies or access to:
Registers of Vessels Arriving at the Port of New York >from Foreign Ports,
1789-1919
{M 1066----27 Rolls---DP} I am looking for Rolls 26 & 27...
in advance i thank you all for any assistance or further suggestions.
RICKY SCHULTZ
Calabasas, CA
USA
researching SCHULTZ & FEINER


new yizkor book on Chust #hungary

Joyce Field <jfield@...>
 

Moshe Davis has just sent me a full description of the new book on
Chust that was introduced Sunday at a meeting of the landsmanschaft
in Tel Aviv. The good news is that the landsmanschaft and Mr.
Mentschel are very eager to see the book translated into English and
for the translation to be presented on the JewishGen Yizkor Book web
site and I understand that they have already signed the permission
forms. Therefore, there are no impediments to beginning a
translation project

title: "Kehilat Chust v'haSevivah - Sefer Zicharon"
("The Jewish Community in Chust and its Surrounding Villages - Memorial Book")

editors: Tzvi Menshel and Rachel (Gelb) Kramer

publisher: Association of Former Inhabitants of Chust and its
Surrounding Villages, Rechovot, Israel, 2000

format 9.5 x 7 inches, 638 pages, fine quality glossy paper

Chapter 1: 66 pp
introduction, history, family life, geography, etc

Chapter 2: 120 pp
the city of Chust and its residents - descriptions of many families
and individuals, organized by street, in many cases house by house,
family by family, with sketched maps of various neighborhoods and
with many pictures

Chapters 3-4: 126 and 172 pp
interviews and testimonies authored by various former residents, life
stories, recollections of families and historical events

Chapter 5: 34 pp
more interviews and testimonies >from survivors of some of the
surrounding villages

Chapter 6: 56 pp
"Yizkor"
a) a table, alphabetically listing individuals known to have been
killed in the Holocaust, containing the following fields: last name,
first name, names of parents, age at death, last place of residence.

b) photocopy of a section of a booklet "Magyar Hadviselt Zsidok
Aranyalbuma" which was published in 1940 and which lists the names of
hundreds of individual Hungarian Jews who served in the
Austro-Hungarian army in the first world war, with their unit and any
decorations received. Organized by town of residence.

Chapter 7: 16 pp
stories and folklore - lighter stories, happenings in the city

Chapter 8:
Conclusion, history of Association of Survivors, "photo album"

>from Moshe Davis's excellent summary of the book's contents, it seems
that this book contains valuable genealogical and historical
information. I am very excited that the editors and the
landsmanschaft understand the value of the Internet presentation of
an English translation and are eager to cooperate in this effort.

I would appreciate if someone would volunteer to coordinate this
translation project. We can start with volunteer translators. If
that does not work, we can start a fundraising project under
JewishGen-erosity to raise funds for a professional translator. The
Yizkor Book fundraising projects are located at
http://www.JewishGen.org/JewishGen-erosity/YizkorTrans.html and all
our translations are at
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/translations.html. Contributions to
JewishGen-erosity projects are tax-deductible in the U.S.

Please contact me at jfield@jewishgen.org if you are willing to
coordinate this project. I am trying to get a copy of the book for
translation purposes.




--
JOYCE FIELD
JewishGen Yizkor Book Project Manager

625 Avondale St., W. Lafayette, IN 47906-1101
phone: 765-463-1746
fax: 765-463-7194
jfield@jewishgen.org

http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/translations.html


Re: KZ destinations from Hungary #hungary

Gabor Hirsch <hirsch@...>
 

Margalit & Alon Modai schrieb:

Does anyone know how many transports left Gyor and to what KZ??

Margalit (Mocsari)Modai
Israel.
Some times ago on the H-SIG there was some notice indicating a Home
page and listing for the Holocaust victims of Gyor
http://netfind.simplenet.com/gyor/

According Randolph L. Braham two transports left Gyor one on the 11.
and on the 14. June. To my surprise only one of them was listed passing
through Kosice (direction Auschwitz) on the 16. June with 2985
deportees. The same source mentions, that one of the trains was
intended for Strasshof/Austria but got the false directives and landed
also in Auschwitz.

Best regards
Gabor Hirsch

PS. To my knowledge there is in Israel somebody who is connected with
the Gyor Web site.


Hungary SIG #Hungary new yizkor book on Chust #hungary

Joyce Field <jfield@...>
 

Moshe Davis has just sent me a full description of the new book on
Chust that was introduced Sunday at a meeting of the landsmanschaft
in Tel Aviv. The good news is that the landsmanschaft and Mr.
Mentschel are very eager to see the book translated into English and
for the translation to be presented on the JewishGen Yizkor Book web
site and I understand that they have already signed the permission
forms. Therefore, there are no impediments to beginning a
translation project

title: "Kehilat Chust v'haSevivah - Sefer Zicharon"
("The Jewish Community in Chust and its Surrounding Villages - Memorial Book")

editors: Tzvi Menshel and Rachel (Gelb) Kramer

publisher: Association of Former Inhabitants of Chust and its
Surrounding Villages, Rechovot, Israel, 2000

format 9.5 x 7 inches, 638 pages, fine quality glossy paper

Chapter 1: 66 pp
introduction, history, family life, geography, etc

Chapter 2: 120 pp
the city of Chust and its residents - descriptions of many families
and individuals, organized by street, in many cases house by house,
family by family, with sketched maps of various neighborhoods and
with many pictures

Chapters 3-4: 126 and 172 pp
interviews and testimonies authored by various former residents, life
stories, recollections of families and historical events

Chapter 5: 34 pp
more interviews and testimonies >from survivors of some of the
surrounding villages

Chapter 6: 56 pp
"Yizkor"
a) a table, alphabetically listing individuals known to have been
killed in the Holocaust, containing the following fields: last name,
first name, names of parents, age at death, last place of residence.

b) photocopy of a section of a booklet "Magyar Hadviselt Zsidok
Aranyalbuma" which was published in 1940 and which lists the names of
hundreds of individual Hungarian Jews who served in the
Austro-Hungarian army in the first world war, with their unit and any
decorations received. Organized by town of residence.

Chapter 7: 16 pp
stories and folklore - lighter stories, happenings in the city

Chapter 8:
Conclusion, history of Association of Survivors, "photo album"

>from Moshe Davis's excellent summary of the book's contents, it seems
that this book contains valuable genealogical and historical
information. I am very excited that the editors and the
landsmanschaft understand the value of the Internet presentation of
an English translation and are eager to cooperate in this effort.

I would appreciate if someone would volunteer to coordinate this
translation project. We can start with volunteer translators. If
that does not work, we can start a fundraising project under
JewishGen-erosity to raise funds for a professional translator. The
Yizkor Book fundraising projects are located at
http://www.JewishGen.org/JewishGen-erosity/YizkorTrans.html and all
our translations are at
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/translations.html. Contributions to
JewishGen-erosity projects are tax-deductible in the U.S.

Please contact me at jfield@jewishgen.org if you are willing to
coordinate this project. I am trying to get a copy of the book for
translation purposes.




--
JOYCE FIELD
JewishGen Yizkor Book Project Manager

625 Avondale St., W. Lafayette, IN 47906-1101
phone: 765-463-1746
fax: 765-463-7194
jfield@jewishgen.org

http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/translations.html


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: KZ destinations from Hungary #hungary

Gabor Hirsch <hirsch@...>
 

Margalit & Alon Modai schrieb:

Does anyone know how many transports left Gyor and to what KZ??

Margalit (Mocsari)Modai
Israel.
Some times ago on the H-SIG there was some notice indicating a Home
page and listing for the Holocaust victims of Gyor
http://netfind.simplenet.com/gyor/

According Randolph L. Braham two transports left Gyor one on the 11.
and on the 14. June. To my surprise only one of them was listed passing
through Kosice (direction Auschwitz) on the 16. June with 2985
deportees. The same source mentions, that one of the trains was
intended for Strasshof/Austria but got the false directives and landed
also in Auschwitz.

Best regards
Gabor Hirsch

PS. To my knowledge there is in Israel somebody who is connected with
the Gyor Web site.


Re: KZ destinations from Hungary #hungary

Varga <e.varga@...>
 

Although I am not sure about the exact dates(jun14 or 15 for the first
transport and jun 16 or 17 for the second one) as someone who has been
in the second transport with my mother and many other relatives, I can
tell you with certainty that both transport left >from Gyor via Kosice
with destination Auschwitz...After the war we- the survivors- learned,
that the Jews >from Gyor were supposed to be sent to Austria under the
Eichmann-Kasztner deal, but by oversight of the directing Scharfuhrer,
the train was directed to Kosice.

Vera Varga
Princeton NJ


Margalit & Alon Modai wrote:


Does anyone know how many transports left Gyor and to what KZ??


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: KZ destinations from Hungary #hungary

Varga <e.varga@...>
 

Although I am not sure about the exact dates(jun14 or 15 for the first
transport and jun 16 or 17 for the second one) as someone who has been
in the second transport with my mother and many other relatives, I can
tell you with certainty that both transport left >from Gyor via Kosice
with destination Auschwitz...After the war we- the survivors- learned,
that the Jews >from Gyor were supposed to be sent to Austria under the
Eichmann-Kasztner deal, but by oversight of the directing Scharfuhrer,
the train was directed to Kosice.

Vera Varga
Princeton NJ


Margalit & Alon Modai wrote:


Does anyone know how many transports left Gyor and to what KZ??


New Lister Postings #hungary

TBanyai78@...
 

Hi Everyone,

I'm new to this list and am searching the following names:

Tolnai (Former magazine, book, etc. publisher)-Budapest
Banyai (Hungary)
Isaks (Isaacs) - Szatmar Hungary
Raucher - Muncszac (Ukraine now)
Pollitzer - Budapest
Konecsny(i) - (Georgina)

Jayne Cartier
Queens, NY


Hungary SIG #Hungary New Lister Postings #hungary

TBanyai78@...
 

Hi Everyone,

I'm new to this list and am searching the following names:

Tolnai (Former magazine, book, etc. publisher)-Budapest
Banyai (Hungary)
Isaks (Isaacs) - Szatmar Hungary
Raucher - Muncszac (Ukraine now)
Pollitzer - Budapest
Konecsny(i) - (Georgina)

Jayne Cartier
Queens, NY


copy of List of County Prefects #hungary

cohentalk@...
 

At the Hunroots @ euroweb.com, I read this information sent by
Lazslo Apathy. Members here at H SIG may find it useful.
And to tell the truth, I don't know what a County Prefect is. Is it like a
county seat?
Regards,
Linda Cohen
KATZ - WEISS- EISENBERG from
Szaplonca/Sapinta, Tecso/Tyachevo, Munkacs/Mukachevo, and
Szukov/Zhukove



***************************************************************
County Prefect
Str. I.C. Bratianu 1
2500 Alba Iulia, Alba
Romania
phone 40-5-881-3380, fax 40-5-883-6220

County Prefect
Bd. Revolutiei 75
2900 Arad, Arad
Romania
phone 40-5-721-5090, fax 40-5-721-2121

County Prefect
Piata Gen. Vasile Milea 1
0300 Pitesti, Arges
Romania
phone 40-4-862-4000, fax 40-4-868-5829

County Prefect
Str. Marasesti 2
5500 Bacau, Bacau
Romania
phone 40-3-413-7200, fax 40-3-414-5601
e-mail bacaup@mic.ro
webpage http://www.mic.ro

Prefect
Parcul Traian 10
3700 Oradea, Bihor
Romania
phone 40-5-913-1666, fax 40-5-911-1550

County Prefect
Piata Petru Rares 1
4400 Bistrita, Bistrita-Nasaud
Romania
phone 40-6-321-1380, fax 40-6-321-4095

County Prefect
Piata Revolutei 3
6800 Botosani, Botosani
Romania
phone 40-3-151-2212, fax 40-3-151-2166

County Prefect
Piata Independentei 1
6100 Braila, Braila
Romania
phone 40-3-963-5900, fax 40-3-963-1809

County Prefect
Bd. Eroilor 5
2200 Brasov, Brasov
Romania
phone 40-6-811-0777, fax 40-6-815-0010

County Prefect
Bd. Mihail Kogalniceanu 27
Bucuresti si Sectorul Agricul Ilfov
Romania
phone 40-1-618-2425, fax 40-1-650-5491

County Prefect
Bd. Nicolae Balcescu 48
5100 Buzau, Buzau
Romania
phone 40-3-841-3609, fax 40-3-841-6694

County Prefect
Str. Sloboziei 9-11
8500 Calarasi, Calarasi
Romania
phone 40-4-211-2591, fax 40-4-211-4533

County Prefect
Piata 1 Decembrie 1918
1700 Resita, Caras-Severin
Romania
phone 40-5-541-2498, fax 40-5-543-6495

County Prefect
Bd. 22 Decembrie 58
3400 Cluj-Napoca, Cluj
Romania
phone 40-6-411-6414, fax 40-6-411-1637

County Prefect
Bd. Tomis 51
8700 Constanta, Constanta
Romania
phone 40-4-161-2854, fax 40-4-161-5672

County Prefect
Str. Libertatii 4
4000 Sfantu Gheorghe, Covasna
Romania
phone 40-6-731-5190

County Prefect
Bd. Independentei 1
0200 Targoviste, Dambovita
Romania
phone 40-4-561-1423, fax 40-4-561-1334

County Prefect
Str. Unirii 19
1100 Craiova, Dolj
Romania
phone 40-5-111-4424, fax 40-5-111-1210

County Prefect
Str. Domneasca 56
6200 Galati, Galati
Romania
phone 40-36-462739, fax 40-36-417218
e-mail pref_galati@rls.roknet.ro

County Prefect
Str. C. Dobrogeanu-Gherea 3-5
8375 Giurgiu, Giurgiu
Romania
phone 40-4-621-5514, fax 40-4-621-4263

County Prefect
Piata Victoriei 2
1400 Targu Jiu, Gorj
Romania
phone 40-5-321-2273, fax 40-5-321-2391

County Prefect
Bd. Timisoarei 15
4100 Miercurea-Ciuc, Harghita
Romania
phone 40-6-611-4478, fax 40-6-611-2109

County Prefect
Str. 1 Decembrie 28
2700 Deva, Hunedoara
Romania
phone 40-5-461-1850, fax 40-5-461-6010

County Prefect
Str. Matei Basarab 29
8400 Slobozia, Ialomita
Romania
phone 40-4-321-1010, fax 40-4-321-1470

County Prefect
Str. Anastasie Panu 60
6600 Iasi, Iasi
Romania
phone 40-3-214-5838, fax 40-3-211-3720

County Prefect
Str. Gheorghe Sincai 46
4800 Baia Mare, Maramures
Romania
phone 40-6-241-7034, fax 40-6-241-3241

County Prefect
Calea Traian 79
1500 Drobeta-Turnu Severin, Mehedinti
Romania
phone 40-5-221-2438, fax 40-5-221-1469

County Prefect
Str. Primariei 1
4300 Targu Mures, Mures
Romania
phone 40-6-513-3135, fax 40-6-513-2551

County Prefect
Str. Alexandru cel Bun 27
5600 Piatra Neamt, Neamt
Romania
phone 40-3-361-1568, fax 40-3-361-8089

County Prefect
Bd. Alexandru Ioan Cuza 54
0500 Statina, Olt
Romania
phone 40-4-941-1017, fax 40-4-941-2968

County Prefect
Bd. Republicii 2
2000 Ploiesti, Prahova
Romania
phone 40-4-414-6003, fax 40-4-414-6067

County Prefect
Piata 1 Decembrie 1918 nr. 12
4700 Zalau, Salaj
Romania
phone 40-6-061-2298, fax 40-6-061-2908

County Prefect
Piata 25 Octombrie 1
3900 Satu Mare, Satu Mare
Romania
phone 40-6-171-1509, fax 40-6-171-5683

County Prefect
2400 Sibiu, Sibiu
Romania
phone 40-6-941-3121, fax 40-6-941-8177

County Prefect
Str. Stefan cel Mare 36
5800 Sucaeva, Suceava
Romania
phone 40-3-021-0148, fax 40-3-022-2233

County Prefect
Str. Dunarii 178
0700 Alexandria, Teleorman
Romania
phone 40-4-731-1150, fax 40-4-731-1205

County Prefect
Bd. Revolutiei 17
1900 Timisoara, Timis
Romania
phone 40-5-613-0488, fax 40-5-613-5864

County Prefect
Str. Pacii 20
8800 Tulcae, Tulcea
Romania
phone 40-4-051-1042, fax 40-4-051-3036

County Prefect
Bd. Tudor Vladimirescu 7
1000 Ramnicu Valcea, Valcea
Romania
phone 40-5-071-1168, fax 40-5-071-5729

County Prefect
Str. Stefan cel Mare 79
6500 Vaslui, Vaslui
Romania
phone 40-3-531-5562, fax 40-3-531-7137

County Prefect
Bd. Dimitrie Cantemir
5300 Focsani, Vrancea
Romania
phone 40-3-761-8800, fax 40-3-761-2228

-----------------------------


Name gender #hungary

Gzsuzsi@...
 

Hello friends,

Does anyone know of what gender is the name Irith? I had an email >from
Austria signed with this first name. Thanks,

Susan Geroe
Gzsuzsi@aol.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary copy of List of County Prefects #hungary

cohentalk@...
 

At the Hunroots @ euroweb.com, I read this information sent by
Lazslo Apathy. Members here at H SIG may find it useful.
And to tell the truth, I don't know what a County Prefect is. Is it like a
county seat?
Regards,
Linda Cohen
KATZ - WEISS- EISENBERG from
Szaplonca/Sapinta, Tecso/Tyachevo, Munkacs/Mukachevo, and
Szukov/Zhukove



***************************************************************
County Prefect
Str. I.C. Bratianu 1
2500 Alba Iulia, Alba
Romania
phone 40-5-881-3380, fax 40-5-883-6220

County Prefect
Bd. Revolutiei 75
2900 Arad, Arad
Romania
phone 40-5-721-5090, fax 40-5-721-2121

County Prefect
Piata Gen. Vasile Milea 1
0300 Pitesti, Arges
Romania
phone 40-4-862-4000, fax 40-4-868-5829

County Prefect
Str. Marasesti 2
5500 Bacau, Bacau
Romania
phone 40-3-413-7200, fax 40-3-414-5601
e-mail bacaup@mic.ro
webpage http://www.mic.ro

Prefect
Parcul Traian 10
3700 Oradea, Bihor
Romania
phone 40-5-913-1666, fax 40-5-911-1550

County Prefect
Piata Petru Rares 1
4400 Bistrita, Bistrita-Nasaud
Romania
phone 40-6-321-1380, fax 40-6-321-4095

County Prefect
Piata Revolutei 3
6800 Botosani, Botosani
Romania
phone 40-3-151-2212, fax 40-3-151-2166

County Prefect
Piata Independentei 1
6100 Braila, Braila
Romania
phone 40-3-963-5900, fax 40-3-963-1809

County Prefect
Bd. Eroilor 5
2200 Brasov, Brasov
Romania
phone 40-6-811-0777, fax 40-6-815-0010

County Prefect
Bd. Mihail Kogalniceanu 27
Bucuresti si Sectorul Agricul Ilfov
Romania
phone 40-1-618-2425, fax 40-1-650-5491

County Prefect
Bd. Nicolae Balcescu 48
5100 Buzau, Buzau
Romania
phone 40-3-841-3609, fax 40-3-841-6694

County Prefect
Str. Sloboziei 9-11
8500 Calarasi, Calarasi
Romania
phone 40-4-211-2591, fax 40-4-211-4533

County Prefect
Piata 1 Decembrie 1918
1700 Resita, Caras-Severin
Romania
phone 40-5-541-2498, fax 40-5-543-6495

County Prefect
Bd. 22 Decembrie 58
3400 Cluj-Napoca, Cluj
Romania
phone 40-6-411-6414, fax 40-6-411-1637

County Prefect
Bd. Tomis 51
8700 Constanta, Constanta
Romania
phone 40-4-161-2854, fax 40-4-161-5672

County Prefect
Str. Libertatii 4
4000 Sfantu Gheorghe, Covasna
Romania
phone 40-6-731-5190

County Prefect
Bd. Independentei 1
0200 Targoviste, Dambovita
Romania
phone 40-4-561-1423, fax 40-4-561-1334

County Prefect
Str. Unirii 19
1100 Craiova, Dolj
Romania
phone 40-5-111-4424, fax 40-5-111-1210

County Prefect
Str. Domneasca 56
6200 Galati, Galati
Romania
phone 40-36-462739, fax 40-36-417218
e-mail pref_galati@rls.roknet.ro

County Prefect
Str. C. Dobrogeanu-Gherea 3-5
8375 Giurgiu, Giurgiu
Romania
phone 40-4-621-5514, fax 40-4-621-4263

County Prefect
Piata Victoriei 2
1400 Targu Jiu, Gorj
Romania
phone 40-5-321-2273, fax 40-5-321-2391

County Prefect
Bd. Timisoarei 15
4100 Miercurea-Ciuc, Harghita
Romania
phone 40-6-611-4478, fax 40-6-611-2109

County Prefect
Str. 1 Decembrie 28
2700 Deva, Hunedoara
Romania
phone 40-5-461-1850, fax 40-5-461-6010

County Prefect
Str. Matei Basarab 29
8400 Slobozia, Ialomita
Romania
phone 40-4-321-1010, fax 40-4-321-1470

County Prefect
Str. Anastasie Panu 60
6600 Iasi, Iasi
Romania
phone 40-3-214-5838, fax 40-3-211-3720

County Prefect
Str. Gheorghe Sincai 46
4800 Baia Mare, Maramures
Romania
phone 40-6-241-7034, fax 40-6-241-3241

County Prefect
Calea Traian 79
1500 Drobeta-Turnu Severin, Mehedinti
Romania
phone 40-5-221-2438, fax 40-5-221-1469

County Prefect
Str. Primariei 1
4300 Targu Mures, Mures
Romania
phone 40-6-513-3135, fax 40-6-513-2551

County Prefect
Str. Alexandru cel Bun 27
5600 Piatra Neamt, Neamt
Romania
phone 40-3-361-1568, fax 40-3-361-8089

County Prefect
Bd. Alexandru Ioan Cuza 54
0500 Statina, Olt
Romania
phone 40-4-941-1017, fax 40-4-941-2968

County Prefect
Bd. Republicii 2
2000 Ploiesti, Prahova
Romania
phone 40-4-414-6003, fax 40-4-414-6067

County Prefect
Piata 1 Decembrie 1918 nr. 12
4700 Zalau, Salaj
Romania
phone 40-6-061-2298, fax 40-6-061-2908

County Prefect
Piata 25 Octombrie 1
3900 Satu Mare, Satu Mare
Romania
phone 40-6-171-1509, fax 40-6-171-5683

County Prefect
2400 Sibiu, Sibiu
Romania
phone 40-6-941-3121, fax 40-6-941-8177

County Prefect
Str. Stefan cel Mare 36
5800 Sucaeva, Suceava
Romania
phone 40-3-021-0148, fax 40-3-022-2233

County Prefect
Str. Dunarii 178
0700 Alexandria, Teleorman
Romania
phone 40-4-731-1150, fax 40-4-731-1205

County Prefect
Bd. Revolutiei 17
1900 Timisoara, Timis
Romania
phone 40-5-613-0488, fax 40-5-613-5864

County Prefect
Str. Pacii 20
8800 Tulcae, Tulcea
Romania
phone 40-4-051-1042, fax 40-4-051-3036

County Prefect
Bd. Tudor Vladimirescu 7
1000 Ramnicu Valcea, Valcea
Romania
phone 40-5-071-1168, fax 40-5-071-5729

County Prefect
Str. Stefan cel Mare 79
6500 Vaslui, Vaslui
Romania
phone 40-3-531-5562, fax 40-3-531-7137

County Prefect
Bd. Dimitrie Cantemir
5300 Focsani, Vrancea
Romania
phone 40-3-761-8800, fax 40-3-761-2228

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Hungary SIG #Hungary Name gender #hungary

Gzsuzsi@...
 

Hello friends,

Does anyone know of what gender is the name Irith? I had an email >from
Austria signed with this first name. Thanks,

Susan Geroe
Gzsuzsi@aol.com


Re: New York Questions #general

Susan&David
 

Shel Bercovich wrote:

2. Has anyone heard of a "Kvoyazera" Landsmanschaft which apparently
existed in NYC? Have checked the "Shtetl Finder" but the name didn't
turn up in the database. No luck looking it up in the atlases I have
access to, either.

The publication "A Guide to Yivo's Landsmanshaftn Archives" identifies a
society that may be the one you are looking for. The Krivozer Fraternal
Society of Greater New York. The home town for the society was Krivoye
Ozero, Odessa Province, Ukraine.

David Rosen
Boston, MA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: New York Questions #general

Susan&David
 

Shel Bercovich wrote:

2. Has anyone heard of a "Kvoyazera" Landsmanschaft which apparently
existed in NYC? Have checked the "Shtetl Finder" but the name didn't
turn up in the database. No luck looking it up in the atlases I have
access to, either.

The publication "A Guide to Yivo's Landsmanshaftn Archives" identifies a
society that may be the one you are looking for. The Krivozer Fraternal
Society of Greater New York. The home town for the society was Krivoye
Ozero, Odessa Province, Ukraine.

David Rosen
Boston, MA


Re: Jewish cemeteries in Woburn,Ma. #general

Susan&David
 

Winnie71@aol.com wrote:

Could anyone tell me how many Jewish cemeteries there are in Woburn,Ma.?
I am going to Ma. this summer and will be wanting to visit my
g.grandparents graves. I do not remember which cemetery they are buried
in.Is there anything on line? Thanks
Lynne Foster
Royal Oak,Mi.
winnie71@aol.com
There are 23 Jewish Cemeteries in Woburn, MA. They are all co-located on
Washington Street/Central Street.
For on-line information try the Jewish Cemetery Association of Mass. (JCAM)
at <http://www.jacm.org>

David Rosen
Boston, MA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Jewish cemeteries in Woburn,Ma. #general

Susan&David
 

Winnie71@aol.com wrote:

Could anyone tell me how many Jewish cemeteries there are in Woburn,Ma.?
I am going to Ma. this summer and will be wanting to visit my
g.grandparents graves. I do not remember which cemetery they are buried
in.Is there anything on line? Thanks
Lynne Foster
Royal Oak,Mi.
winnie71@aol.com
There are 23 Jewish Cemeteries in Woburn, MA. They are all co-located on
Washington Street/Central Street.
For on-line information try the Jewish Cemetery Association of Mass. (JCAM)
at <http://www.jacm.org>

David Rosen
Boston, MA


SHEER/SHER/Pandelys #general

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

My grandmother was born in Ponedel now Pandelys in Lithuania. Her father
was Savel Scheer ?Sher son of Michel Sher.
Her mother was Elka Blum son of Meyer Blum .
There were 5 children Abel, Rifke, Sarah, Bluma and Rachel.
The family went to live in Riga Latvia in about 1888.

I am particularly interested in which one of these daughters went to live
in Denver Colorado. Unfortunately I do not have her married name but she
was either Sarah or
Bluma Scheer/Sher. My grandmother was Rifke (Rebecca) and I know that
Rachel remained in Riga so it ws one of the other sisters.

One sister either Bluma or Sarah went to Manchester and I think she may
have been married to a J.Brandt. but I am really not sure of this surname.
If anyone with connections in Denver or Manchester recognise these name I
would love to hear >from them.

Arlene Beare
UK


Arlene Beare


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen SHEER/SHER/Pandelys #general

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

My grandmother was born in Ponedel now Pandelys in Lithuania. Her father
was Savel Scheer ?Sher son of Michel Sher.
Her mother was Elka Blum son of Meyer Blum .
There were 5 children Abel, Rifke, Sarah, Bluma and Rachel.
The family went to live in Riga Latvia in about 1888.

I am particularly interested in which one of these daughters went to live
in Denver Colorado. Unfortunately I do not have her married name but she
was either Sarah or
Bluma Scheer/Sher. My grandmother was Rifke (Rebecca) and I know that
Rachel remained in Riga so it ws one of the other sisters.

One sister either Bluma or Sarah went to Manchester and I think she may
have been married to a J.Brandt. but I am really not sure of this surname.
If anyone with connections in Denver or Manchester recognise these name I
would love to hear >from them.

Arlene Beare
UK


Arlene Beare