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Hebrew Translator Needed - 1 1/2 page document #general

Ginsburg, Paul <GinsburgP@...>
 

I have a 1 and a half page photocopy of
an entry >from the yizkor book "Yalkut Volhynia".
The entry concerns the history of Jews in
the shtetl of Sudilkov.

Would someone please volunteer to
translate this piece for me >from Hebrew to
English?

Thank you in advance for your help!

Paul W. Ginsburg
Sudilkov Online Landsmanshaft
http://www.sudilkov.com
Bethesda, MD


Re: Warsaw Archive (AGAD Archives) #general

Stanley Diamond
 

In a message dated Sat, 14 Oct 2000 15:35:29 EDT, JGDoerner@cs.com,
Jeffrey Doerner writes:

Would someone please give me some advice on how to send money to the
Archive in Warsaw?

I requested a record >from the Archium Glowne Akt Dawnych (AGAD) in
Warsaw. They responded with an email in Polish saying that they did
indeed have the record and requested US$ 30 for a copy. They requested
payment to the Archive account:
"Powszechny Bank Kredytowy (PBK) III O/Wwa xxxxxxxx - xxxxxxxxxxxx".

What does this mean? In what form do I send the $30? Personal check,
money order, wire transfer?
At a meeting at AGAD on Monday, I was informed that the $30 covered
the cost of the copy of the record $10 and research to find the record
which was $20 (one hour and 20 minutes).

The Galician record books at the AGAD Archives are not indexed and
that explains the time needed. However, Jewish Records Indexing -
Poland has a project underway to index all 1945 volumes in the
Galican collection (this is the exact figure as opposed to the "more
than 1700" mentioned when the project was first announced a few
weeks ago).

When completed, the indices will be searchable on the JRI-Poland
web site and copies of records will be available >from the AGAD
branch of the Polish State Archives for $10. Research fees will
no longer apply.

For more information on the AGAD Archive project go to the
JRI-Poland web site at www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl and click on
the "new" link for the AGAD archives

As for payment, you can pay through a wire transfer or send a
bank money order via mail. The information was sent by email
and the wire transfer offer was made to give you an opportunity
to expedite your order.

Stanley Diamond
Project Coordinator, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


Revision Lists #general

SY PEARLMAN <pearlman@...>
 

Is there any list of Revision Lists for towns in Poland. I am interested in
Bialystok and Lomza and other towns in Lomza Gubernia, and Ciechanowiec and
Wysokie Mazowieckie.
Regards, Sy of New York(pearlman@cybernex.net)

Researching: PEARLMAN (Bialystok), ETKUS, ROSACHOTSKY, SANDEROVICH,
SEGALOVICH & SKOVRONEK (Lomza,Ciechanowiec,Wysokie Mazowieckie);
KUNOFSKY,LEVINE & KANTROWITZ (Uzda,Nesvizh in Belarus); BERNBACH
& HACKEL (Ulanow,Poland); MUNTZER (Glebowice,Poland); TREITELMAN
& KAMINER (Odessa & Kishinev); KRULL (Warsaw & Otvotsk)


Re: Holland-America Records #general

Mason Lilly <mase@...>
 

On 14 Oct 2000 09:01:49 -0700, pearlman@cybernex.net (SY PEARLMAN) wrote:

|Is there a way of finding out when a passenger arrived on a Holland-America
|ship after 1900 if you don't have the date or the name of the ship?
|Regards, Sy of New York(pearlman@cybernex.net)
|mailto:pearlman@MAIL.CYBERNEX.NET
|---

Dear Sy,

If the person you are looking for has something less than a very common
name and if you know the person's Yiddish name (as was probably used in
the old country), if you know the date within a few years, and if you are
patient, there is a good chance that you can find it in the ship manifest
records at the Nation Archives or at one of the many Mormon facilities
around the country.

If you are not familiar how to do this, drop me an e-mail note, and I will
explain it in more detail.

Mase


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hebrew Translator Needed - 1 1/2 page document #general

Ginsburg, Paul <GinsburgP@...>
 

I have a 1 and a half page photocopy of
an entry >from the yizkor book "Yalkut Volhynia".
The entry concerns the history of Jews in
the shtetl of Sudilkov.

Would someone please volunteer to
translate this piece for me >from Hebrew to
English?

Thank you in advance for your help!

Paul W. Ginsburg
Sudilkov Online Landsmanshaft
http://www.sudilkov.com
Bethesda, MD


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Warsaw Archive (AGAD Archives) #general

Stanley Diamond
 

In a message dated Sat, 14 Oct 2000 15:35:29 EDT, JGDoerner@cs.com,
Jeffrey Doerner writes:

Would someone please give me some advice on how to send money to the
Archive in Warsaw?

I requested a record >from the Archium Glowne Akt Dawnych (AGAD) in
Warsaw. They responded with an email in Polish saying that they did
indeed have the record and requested US$ 30 for a copy. They requested
payment to the Archive account:
"Powszechny Bank Kredytowy (PBK) III O/Wwa xxxxxxxx - xxxxxxxxxxxx".

What does this mean? In what form do I send the $30? Personal check,
money order, wire transfer?
At a meeting at AGAD on Monday, I was informed that the $30 covered
the cost of the copy of the record $10 and research to find the record
which was $20 (one hour and 20 minutes).

The Galician record books at the AGAD Archives are not indexed and
that explains the time needed. However, Jewish Records Indexing -
Poland has a project underway to index all 1945 volumes in the
Galican collection (this is the exact figure as opposed to the "more
than 1700" mentioned when the project was first announced a few
weeks ago).

When completed, the indices will be searchable on the JRI-Poland
web site and copies of records will be available >from the AGAD
branch of the Polish State Archives for $10. Research fees will
no longer apply.

For more information on the AGAD Archive project go to the
JRI-Poland web site at www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl and click on
the "new" link for the AGAD archives

As for payment, you can pay through a wire transfer or send a
bank money order via mail. The information was sent by email
and the wire transfer offer was made to give you an opportunity
to expedite your order.

Stanley Diamond
Project Coordinator, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Revision Lists #general

SY PEARLMAN <pearlman@...>
 

Is there any list of Revision Lists for towns in Poland. I am interested in
Bialystok and Lomza and other towns in Lomza Gubernia, and Ciechanowiec and
Wysokie Mazowieckie.
Regards, Sy of New York(pearlman@cybernex.net)

Researching: PEARLMAN (Bialystok), ETKUS, ROSACHOTSKY, SANDEROVICH,
SEGALOVICH & SKOVRONEK (Lomza,Ciechanowiec,Wysokie Mazowieckie);
KUNOFSKY,LEVINE & KANTROWITZ (Uzda,Nesvizh in Belarus); BERNBACH
& HACKEL (Ulanow,Poland); MUNTZER (Glebowice,Poland); TREITELMAN
& KAMINER (Odessa & Kishinev); KRULL (Warsaw & Otvotsk)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Holland-America Records #general

Mason Lilly <mase@...>
 

On 14 Oct 2000 09:01:49 -0700, pearlman@cybernex.net (SY PEARLMAN) wrote:

|Is there a way of finding out when a passenger arrived on a Holland-America
|ship after 1900 if you don't have the date or the name of the ship?
|Regards, Sy of New York(pearlman@cybernex.net)
|mailto:pearlman@MAIL.CYBERNEX.NET
|---

Dear Sy,

If the person you are looking for has something less than a very common
name and if you know the person's Yiddish name (as was probably used in
the old country), if you know the date within a few years, and if you are
patient, there is a good chance that you can find it in the ship manifest
records at the Nation Archives or at one of the many Mormon facilities
around the country.

If you are not familiar how to do this, drop me an e-mail note, and I will
explain it in more detail.

Mase


FTM Upgrade question #general

Howard M. Rensin <hrensin@...>
 

I have Family Tree Maker (FTM) ver 7.0 and it has the OLE2NLS.DLL
problem that has been discussed here before. Does anyone know if that
problem was dealt with in ver 8.0? I would not like to pay to upgrade only
to still have the problem.
I have emailed FTM twice and yet to receive an answer. Perhaps someone
here who had the OLE2NLS.DLL error message with ver 7.0 and has upgraded can
give me and the rest of us the answer.
Thanks,
Howard.

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


St. Petersburg #general

Anita Citron <anitac1@...>
 

As I originally questioned residence in St. Petersburg, others have also.

I just received word >from the researcher in St. P that the father of the
person I am researching was in the Russian army (non-commissioned officer).
He was born in St. Petersburg in 1868.

As I find more information that might be helpful, I will post it to the
list. But obviously Jews who did not have special abilities were living in
St. Petersburg.

Regards

Anita Citron
anitac1@erols.com
Hicksville, NY
NADWORNY, SILVER, FLEISHER(Odessa, St.Petersburg)
BENDERSKY (Ladyzhin/Odessa),ODESSKY(Lipovets/Odessa),
NEPOMNYATSHY(Voznesensk/Odessa)
TRACHTENBERG(Gritsev/Starykonstantinov/Odessa/Vienna/Belgium), FURMAN
(Pyatkovko/Odessa),
FINGERHUT/FINGERET (Ananyev/Voznesensk/Odessa), MEDNIK/WILDMAN (Berdichev)


Looking for information on 1919 Slovechno Pogrom #general

Cindy Gallard <dg2286@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I would be very grateful for any leads on how I might find
information concerning a 1919 progrom in Slovechno, Ukraine. All
but two members of my Greenshpon family were murdered in this progrom.
I was told that the Jewish writer, Isak Kipnis, wrote of this event in
his book, " My Shtetl in Shlovechno". The book is written in Yiddish
and the people at YIVO very kindly looked through the book, but found
no reference to the progrom.
A search of the Web did turn up a mention that a progrom did
occur in 1919. This was found in the Ukraine Cemetery Project site.
I would be very grateful for any information.
Thank you,
Cindy Gallard
Denver, CO


Rovna Poland or Russia #general

George Heister <heister@...>
 

My friend's father (Abraham Segal--originally Cygielnik) came to the
United States in 1913. His city of birth was Rovna Russia. His sister
arrived in America in 1922. Her naturalization records lists her place
of birth as Rowna, Poland. As there are a few different shtetls with
similar names, I was wondering if anyone can locate a shtetl named Rowna
that was part of Russia in 1913 and then became part of Poland by 1922.
Any help would be appreciated.

Bernice Berman Heister


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen FTM Upgrade question #general

Howard M. Rensin <hrensin@...>
 

I have Family Tree Maker (FTM) ver 7.0 and it has the OLE2NLS.DLL
problem that has been discussed here before. Does anyone know if that
problem was dealt with in ver 8.0? I would not like to pay to upgrade only
to still have the problem.
I have emailed FTM twice and yet to receive an answer. Perhaps someone
here who had the OLE2NLS.DLL error message with ver 7.0 and has upgraded can
give me and the rest of us the answer.
Thanks,
Howard.

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen St. Petersburg #general

Anita Citron <anitac1@...>
 

As I originally questioned residence in St. Petersburg, others have also.

I just received word >from the researcher in St. P that the father of the
person I am researching was in the Russian army (non-commissioned officer).
He was born in St. Petersburg in 1868.

As I find more information that might be helpful, I will post it to the
list. But obviously Jews who did not have special abilities were living in
St. Petersburg.

Regards

Anita Citron
anitac1@erols.com
Hicksville, NY
NADWORNY, SILVER, FLEISHER(Odessa, St.Petersburg)
BENDERSKY (Ladyzhin/Odessa),ODESSKY(Lipovets/Odessa),
NEPOMNYATSHY(Voznesensk/Odessa)
TRACHTENBERG(Gritsev/Starykonstantinov/Odessa/Vienna/Belgium), FURMAN
(Pyatkovko/Odessa),
FINGERHUT/FINGERET (Ananyev/Voznesensk/Odessa), MEDNIK/WILDMAN (Berdichev)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for information on 1919 Slovechno Pogrom #general

Cindy Gallard <dg2286@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I would be very grateful for any leads on how I might find
information concerning a 1919 progrom in Slovechno, Ukraine. All
but two members of my Greenshpon family were murdered in this progrom.
I was told that the Jewish writer, Isak Kipnis, wrote of this event in
his book, " My Shtetl in Shlovechno". The book is written in Yiddish
and the people at YIVO very kindly looked through the book, but found
no reference to the progrom.
A search of the Web did turn up a mention that a progrom did
occur in 1919. This was found in the Ukraine Cemetery Project site.
I would be very grateful for any information.
Thank you,
Cindy Gallard
Denver, CO


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Rovna Poland or Russia #general

George Heister <heister@...>
 

My friend's father (Abraham Segal--originally Cygielnik) came to the
United States in 1913. His city of birth was Rovna Russia. His sister
arrived in America in 1922. Her naturalization records lists her place
of birth as Rowna, Poland. As there are a few different shtetls with
similar names, I was wondering if anyone can locate a shtetl named Rowna
that was part of Russia in 1913 and then became part of Poland by 1922.
Any help would be appreciated.

Bernice Berman Heister


Re: Needing advice on cemetery / burial information for New York #general

JRothen318 <jrothen318@...>
 

You can obtain the death certificate. I don't have the exact address
for that but you can get on a search engine - e.g. Yahoo.com -- type in:
death certificate/new york city and the info comes up how and where to get
it. The death certificate will give the cemetary, undertaker and other
info about the deceased.

Joseph Rothenberg
Belle Harbor, NY

MODERATOR NOTE: Vital records information can also be found in
JewishGen's InfoFiles. Go to http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/ ,
and click on "Vital Records" (under the "Topics" category).
There you will find New York: Vital records, New York City: Vital
records on microfilm at LDS FHL, USA: Where to Write for Vital Records,
and other useful Infofiles.


A "how to" question: ROTHENBERG / NY #general

JRothen318 <jrothen318@...>
 

I have identified that my grandfather's brother ( Harris Rothenberg) had a
daughter - Mrs. Solomon Levinson - who lived in East New York ( I have her
address) in 1920. Would appreciate any ideas on how to track down any of
her descendants or if she had any siblings.

Joseph Rothenberg
JRothen318@aol.com
Belle Harbor, New York


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Needing advice on cemetery / burial information for New York #general

JRothen318 <jrothen318@...>
 

You can obtain the death certificate. I don't have the exact address
for that but you can get on a search engine - e.g. Yahoo.com -- type in:
death certificate/new york city and the info comes up how and where to get
it. The death certificate will give the cemetary, undertaker and other
info about the deceased.

Joseph Rothenberg
Belle Harbor, NY

MODERATOR NOTE: Vital records information can also be found in
JewishGen's InfoFiles. Go to http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/ ,
and click on "Vital Records" (under the "Topics" category).
There you will find New York: Vital records, New York City: Vital
records on microfilm at LDS FHL, USA: Where to Write for Vital Records,
and other useful Infofiles.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen A "how to" question: ROTHENBERG / NY #general

JRothen318 <jrothen318@...>
 

I have identified that my grandfather's brother ( Harris Rothenberg) had a
daughter - Mrs. Solomon Levinson - who lived in East New York ( I have her
address) in 1920. Would appreciate any ideas on how to track down any of
her descendants or if she had any siblings.

Joseph Rothenberg
JRothen318@aol.com
Belle Harbor, New York