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Holocaust of Jugoslavian Jewry #general

Ada Holtzman <ada01@...>
 

Shalom,

Please advise me if any web site exists about the Holocaust of
Jugoslavian Jewry.

Thank you in advance,

Ada Holtzman
Web Site: http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/4017/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Holocaust of Jugoslavian Jewry #general

Ada Holtzman <ada01@...>
 

Shalom,

Please advise me if any web site exists about the Holocaust of
Jugoslavian Jewry.

Thank you in advance,

Ada Holtzman
Web Site: http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/4017/


JGS NY Meeting October 26 #general

Jgsmember@...
 

JGS of NY will have its next meeting on October 26th at 6:30 pm.

RESEARCHING AT THE MORMON FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY

THURSDAY OCT 26TH AT THE MORMON FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY

125 COLUMBUS AVENUE (at 65th Street)

Michael Brenner, past President of the JGS NY will talk about using the
Mormon microfilms to research European and US records.

Postscript. Several of our members will report on the Jewish Genealogy 2000
conference in Salt Lake City this past summer. Special guest George Rigal
from England will tell us the plans for the next Jewish Genealogy conference
in London July 2001.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS NY Meeting October 26 #general

Jgsmember@...
 

JGS of NY will have its next meeting on October 26th at 6:30 pm.

RESEARCHING AT THE MORMON FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY

THURSDAY OCT 26TH AT THE MORMON FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY

125 COLUMBUS AVENUE (at 65th Street)

Michael Brenner, past President of the JGS NY will talk about using the
Mormon microfilms to research European and US records.

Postscript. Several of our members will report on the Jewish Genealogy 2000
conference in Salt Lake City this past summer. Special guest George Rigal
from England will tell us the plans for the next Jewish Genealogy conference
in London July 2001.


JGS Palm Springs October Meeting #general

Glynne
 

Jewish Genealogical Society of Palm Springs

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Palm Springs invites you to attend the
October 27th meeting at 2 p.m. The topic will be "Immigration and
Naturalization Records" and the speaker will be Dianne Weinman. There will be
no November meeting. In December 5th we will have a special trip to the
Family History Center in Cathedral City.

Place: Jewish Federation
255 N. El Cielo Rd.
Palm Springs, CA

Please E-mail to Glynne@aol.com for directions and more information.

Gay Lynne Kegan


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS Palm Springs October Meeting #general

Glynne
 

Jewish Genealogical Society of Palm Springs

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Palm Springs invites you to attend the
October 27th meeting at 2 p.m. The topic will be "Immigration and
Naturalization Records" and the speaker will be Dianne Weinman. There will be
no November meeting. In December 5th we will have a special trip to the
Family History Center in Cathedral City.

Place: Jewish Federation
255 N. El Cielo Rd.
Palm Springs, CA

Please E-mail to Glynne@aol.com for directions and more information.

Gay Lynne Kegan


Re: belarus digest: October 21, 2000 #belarus

Plutsk@...
 

What in the world is a "rear book"?

Steve Gold
Detroit area


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: belarus digest: October 21, 2000 #belarus

Plutsk@...
 

What in the world is a "rear book"?

Steve Gold
Detroit area


Proskurov questions #ukraine

SRivkin742@...
 

Proskurov was the railroad line changed gauge [track size] on the run
Odessa to Kiev - this was done so no invading army could use Russia's own
rail tracks to invade. This drew many Jews to Proskurov in the late
1860's and 1870's quite a few came >from Staro Konstantinov to resettle in
Proskurov. The Old Konstantine landesmen society in New York was largely
made up of such Proskurov Jews - along with cousins and inlaws. Proskurov
with its rail center became a important shipping point and was a major
battle area during the revolution as the white and red armies fought for
control. I have a photo of the old rail station which I think was built
around 1870.

Nearby Staro-Konstantinov was famous for its summer fair and in 1835?
this town had the only Jewish revolt against Russian authority after
Russia passed a series of anti-jewish laws including a army draft edict
for [?20 year service?] Needless to say the revolt was dealt with harshly.


Steve Rivkin


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Proskurov questions #ukraine

SRivkin742@...
 

Proskurov was the railroad line changed gauge [track size] on the run
Odessa to Kiev - this was done so no invading army could use Russia's own
rail tracks to invade. This drew many Jews to Proskurov in the late
1860's and 1870's quite a few came >from Staro Konstantinov to resettle in
Proskurov. The Old Konstantine landesmen society in New York was largely
made up of such Proskurov Jews - along with cousins and inlaws. Proskurov
with its rail center became a important shipping point and was a major
battle area during the revolution as the white and red armies fought for
control. I have a photo of the old rail station which I think was built
around 1870.

Nearby Staro-Konstantinov was famous for its summer fair and in 1835?
this town had the only Jewish revolt against Russian authority after
Russia passed a series of anti-jewish laws including a army draft edict
for [?20 year service?] Needless to say the revolt was dealt with harshly.


Steve Rivkin


Re: Leiterman's from Russia #ukraine

AviDov@...
 

Another spelling can be "LOITERMAN" whom I know are in NJ and Chicago suburb.

Details available privately. Abe Nutkis


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Leiterman's from Russia #ukraine

AviDov@...
 

Another spelling can be "LOITERMAN" whom I know are in NJ and Chicago suburb.

Details available privately. Abe Nutkis


Myadel #belarus

Lee & John Trimboli <trimboli@...>
 

Here's hoping!
Hi All!
I've been looking - but so far noone has mentioned Myadel.
Can anyone tell me in which district this town is in, or more
to the point, which district it was in, in the 1800's.

Thank You

Lee Trimboli
Illawong, Australia
trimboli@triode.net.au

Searching for
Kodish, Asher, Coplewitz


Belarus SIG #Belarus Myadel #belarus

Lee & John Trimboli <trimboli@...>
 

Here's hoping!
Hi All!
I've been looking - but so far noone has mentioned Myadel.
Can anyone tell me in which district this town is in, or more
to the point, which district it was in, in the 1800's.

Thank You

Lee Trimboli
Illawong, Australia
trimboli@triode.net.au

Searching for
Kodish, Asher, Coplewitz


Re: Leiterman's from Russia #ukraine

EKrifcher@...
 

The town that is in question may be ORINIEN, Kamenets Podolsk, Ukraine.
Emanuel Krifcher, Pittsburgh PA EKrifcher@AOL.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Leiterman's from Russia #ukraine

EKrifcher@...
 

The town that is in question may be ORINIEN, Kamenets Podolsk, Ukraine.
Emanuel Krifcher, Pittsburgh PA EKrifcher@AOL.com


Lodz site: further update #lodz #poland

Seflaum@...
 

Dear Fellow Researchers,

Due to technical problems, the Lodz ShtetLinks site has moved to a new
location. To reach it, just access the previous home page at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlinks/lodz/lodz.htm
and you will be redirected to the new location.

Or, go directly to: http://www2.jewishgen.org/lodz/
This move may be temporary.

Since the last update, a new page has been added: "Lodz Chevrah Kaddishah in
the 19th Century, and Beginnings of the Jewish Community." This new page
contains a combination of old information, plus more extensive information
about Chevrah Kaddishah members. The page may be accessed by clicking on the
link to "Pre-War Community" on the new Lodz home page.

I noticed some further references to pre-1826 Jewish vital records in the
introductory text of "Stary Cmentarz Zydowski w Lodzi."

Format: Surname / Given Name / D (Death) / Age at Death
LIPSKI Zysman 1824 D 4
MILESKI Izrael 1824 D 9
WAGOWSKI Zelig 1824 D 3
GLUPCZYNSKI Mordechaj 1824 D 3 mo.
MULARSKI Chana 1824 D 3 mo.
FAJTLOWICZ Sora 1824 D 60
HASZKIEWICZ Gita 1824 D 70
MILESKI Rachel 1824 D 2

Hope this information is of use to someone.
Regards,
Shirley Rotbein Flaum
Houston, TX


Re: Ukraine, Volunteering #ukraine

Lescrog@...
 

Group,

Having recently compiled some marriage records for the St. Louis Genealogical
Society, I would like to comment on the following message:

<<Regarding compiling data without the use of a database or spreadsheet:

I use my word processor to create tables of data.. I save each documents as
.TXT
format, and specify that it's "tab-delimited". (I could also create data
which is
"comma-delimited", but it's very hard to proof-read, and prevents the use of
commas>>

Using this method is a possible alternative, however, I would caution the
person attempting this that proofing will be extremely difficult and
time-consuming. Good luck.



Linda Golubchin Scroggin
St. Louis, Mo
lescrog@aol.com
Researching: Yampol, Wolyn (Volina), Ukraine for GLASER (GLAZER GLESEN)
GLOGOVER


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Lodz site: further update #lodz #poland

Seflaum@...
 

Dear Fellow Researchers,

Due to technical problems, the Lodz ShtetLinks site has moved to a new
location. To reach it, just access the previous home page at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlinks/lodz/lodz.htm
and you will be redirected to the new location.

Or, go directly to: http://www2.jewishgen.org/lodz/
This move may be temporary.

Since the last update, a new page has been added: "Lodz Chevrah Kaddishah in
the 19th Century, and Beginnings of the Jewish Community." This new page
contains a combination of old information, plus more extensive information
about Chevrah Kaddishah members. The page may be accessed by clicking on the
link to "Pre-War Community" on the new Lodz home page.

I noticed some further references to pre-1826 Jewish vital records in the
introductory text of "Stary Cmentarz Zydowski w Lodzi."

Format: Surname / Given Name / D (Death) / Age at Death
LIPSKI Zysman 1824 D 4
MILESKI Izrael 1824 D 9
WAGOWSKI Zelig 1824 D 3
GLUPCZYNSKI Mordechaj 1824 D 3 mo.
MULARSKI Chana 1824 D 3 mo.
FAJTLOWICZ Sora 1824 D 60
HASZKIEWICZ Gita 1824 D 70
MILESKI Rachel 1824 D 2

Hope this information is of use to someone.
Regards,
Shirley Rotbein Flaum
Houston, TX


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Ukraine, Volunteering #ukraine

Lescrog@...
 

Group,

Having recently compiled some marriage records for the St. Louis Genealogical
Society, I would like to comment on the following message:

<<Regarding compiling data without the use of a database or spreadsheet:

I use my word processor to create tables of data.. I save each documents as
.TXT
format, and specify that it's "tab-delimited". (I could also create data
which is
"comma-delimited", but it's very hard to proof-read, and prevents the use of
commas>>

Using this method is a possible alternative, however, I would caution the
person attempting this that proofing will be extremely difficult and
time-consuming. Good luck.



Linda Golubchin Scroggin
St. Louis, Mo
lescrog@aol.com
Researching: Yampol, Wolyn (Volina), Ukraine for GLASER (GLAZER GLESEN)
GLOGOVER