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Re: Looking for Volunteers to help with Warszawa LDS Films Data entry #warsaw #poland

abelfam <abelfam@...>
 

There is a Gesundheit family in Cape Town South Africa. If Mr Gesundheit
is alive I do not know but they live in the suburb of Sea Point. I am sure
someone will assist with details.

Lesley Abelsohn (abelfam@optushome.com.au)
Sydney Australia

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From: Hadassah Lipsius <kesher@flashcom.net>
To: Warszawa Research Group <warszawa@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2000 12:29 PM
Subject: RE: Looking for Volunteers to help with Warszawa LDS Films Data
entry


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In response to Flora's questions.....


Did Miriam transcribe just the indexed years or has she created indices
for
those years where such indices do not exist?
Miriam doesn't even look at the index. She painstaking reviewed each
individual record and recorded the information. As anyone would know who
has looked at the Warszawa LDS films, the indexing is very poor.
Sometimes
you will come upon an index but it only covers letters G-K. What happened
to the rest? Is it the fault of that 19th Century clerk or the 20th
Century microfilmer? I don't know the answer.



Among the names in Warsaw that I am primarily researching is
Bienenfeld; also Birnbaum and Gesundheit.
I assume that you have searched the JRI-Poland database for these names.
The surname GESUNDHEIT is the name of the Chief Rabbi of Warsaw. He was
a
native of Warsaw and died in 1878.

Keep searching!


Hadassah Lipsius
Kew Gardens Hills, NY



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Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Re: Looking for Volunteers to help with Warszawa LDS Films Data entry #warsaw #poland

abelfam <abelfam@...>
 

There is a Gesundheit family in Cape Town South Africa. If Mr Gesundheit
is alive I do not know but they live in the suburb of Sea Point. I am sure
someone will assist with details.

Lesley Abelsohn (abelfam@optushome.com.au)
Sydney Australia

----- Original Message -----
From: Hadassah Lipsius <kesher@flashcom.net>
To: Warszawa Research Group <warszawa@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2000 12:29 PM
Subject: RE: Looking for Volunteers to help with Warszawa LDS Films Data
entry


This list is supported by JewishGen. Please show
your appreciation and support by visiting
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In response to Flora's questions.....


Did Miriam transcribe just the indexed years or has she created indices
for
those years where such indices do not exist?
Miriam doesn't even look at the index. She painstaking reviewed each
individual record and recorded the information. As anyone would know who
has looked at the Warszawa LDS films, the indexing is very poor.
Sometimes
you will come upon an index but it only covers letters G-K. What happened
to the rest? Is it the fault of that 19th Century clerk or the 20th
Century microfilmer? I don't know the answer.



Among the names in Warsaw that I am primarily researching is
Bienenfeld; also Birnbaum and Gesundheit.
I assume that you have searched the JRI-Poland database for these names.
The surname GESUNDHEIT is the name of the Chief Rabbi of Warsaw. He was
a
native of Warsaw and died in 1878.

Keep searching!


Hadassah Lipsius
Kew Gardens Hills, NY



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Re: Looking for Volunteers to help with Warszawa LDS Films Data entry #warsaw #poland

Gurtler <gurtler@...>
 

Hi Hadassah,
I thought you were going to send me some work?
David
David and Tina Gurtler
Jerusalem, Israel
gurtler@netvision.net.il

----- Original Message -----
From: "Hadassah Lipsius" <kesher@flashcom.net>
To: "Warszawa Research Group" <warszawa@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2000 03:29
Subject: RE: Looking for Volunteers to help with Warszawa LDS Films Data
entry


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In response to Flora's questions.....


Did Miriam transcribe just the indexed years or has she created indices
for
those years where such indices do not exist?
Miriam doesn't even look at the index. She painstaking reviewed each
individual record and recorded the information. As anyone would know who
has looked at the Warszawa LDS films, the indexing is very poor.
Sometimes
you will come upon an index but it only covers letters G-K. What happened
to the rest? Is it the fault of that 19th Century clerk or the 20th
Century microfilmer? I don't know the answer.



Among the names in Warsaw that I am primarily researching is
Bienenfeld; also Birnbaum and Gesundheit.
I assume that you have searched the JRI-Poland database for these names.
The surname GESUNDHEIT is the name of the Chief Rabbi of Warsaw. He was
a
native of Warsaw and died in 1878.

Keep searching!


Hadassah Lipsius
Kew Gardens Hills, NY



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Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Re: Looking for Volunteers to help with Warszawa LDS Films Data entry #warsaw #poland

Gurtler <gurtler@...>
 

Hi Hadassah,
I thought you were going to send me some work?
David
David and Tina Gurtler
Jerusalem, Israel
gurtler@netvision.net.il

----- Original Message -----
From: "Hadassah Lipsius" <kesher@flashcom.net>
To: "Warszawa Research Group" <warszawa@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2000 03:29
Subject: RE: Looking for Volunteers to help with Warszawa LDS Films Data
entry


This list is supported by JewishGen. Please show
your appreciation and support by visiting
http://www.jewishgen.org/Jewishgen-erosity/



In response to Flora's questions.....


Did Miriam transcribe just the indexed years or has she created indices
for
those years where such indices do not exist?
Miriam doesn't even look at the index. She painstaking reviewed each
individual record and recorded the information. As anyone would know who
has looked at the Warszawa LDS films, the indexing is very poor.
Sometimes
you will come upon an index but it only covers letters G-K. What happened
to the rest? Is it the fault of that 19th Century clerk or the 20th
Century microfilmer? I don't know the answer.



Among the names in Warsaw that I am primarily researching is
Bienenfeld; also Birnbaum and Gesundheit.
I assume that you have searched the JRI-Poland database for these names.
The surname GESUNDHEIT is the name of the Chief Rabbi of Warsaw. He was
a
native of Warsaw and died in 1878.

Keep searching!


Hadassah Lipsius
Kew Gardens Hills, NY



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Re: Possible solution for AOL 6 users #general

rokoco1@...
 

Dear Genners:

Last evening, my husband and I downloaded and installed AOL 6 with the help
of our friend, John Murray, who is a professional computer consultant.

John brought to our attention the fact that AOL 6 installs side by side
with the previous version, thus in theory, making it possible to keep both
versions on one's desktop.

After AOL 6 installed on our computer it went through a series of questions
with defaults programmed in. The only default I changed was to have it
_Copy_ my files to the new version rather than to move them.

Sincerely,

Bobbi & Jerry Cohen


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Possible solution for AOL 6 users #general

rokoco1@...
 

Dear Genners:

Last evening, my husband and I downloaded and installed AOL 6 with the help
of our friend, John Murray, who is a professional computer consultant.

John brought to our attention the fact that AOL 6 installs side by side
with the previous version, thus in theory, making it possible to keep both
versions on one's desktop.

After AOL 6 installed on our computer it went through a series of questions
with defaults programmed in. The only default I changed was to have it
_Copy_ my files to the new version rather than to move them.

Sincerely,

Bobbi & Jerry Cohen


Need Help Deciphering Handwriting/Viewmate #general

Cindy Gallard <dg2286@...>
 

I would be grateful for any insights as to what the first names are
on the 1901 New York Birth Certificate, which can be viewed as file VM095
on the JewishGen ViewMate site. I know that the surname is Rothblatt, but
am at a lost as to what the first names of the newborn and the father
are. Thank you
Cindy Gallard
Denver, CO


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Need Help Deciphering Handwriting/Viewmate #general

Cindy Gallard <dg2286@...>
 

I would be grateful for any insights as to what the first names are
on the 1901 New York Birth Certificate, which can be viewed as file VM095
on the JewishGen ViewMate site. I know that the surname is Rothblatt, but
am at a lost as to what the first names of the newborn and the father
are. Thank you
Cindy Gallard
Denver, CO


Surnames I am researching #general

Joyce Eastman <wldwoman@...>
 

Since my e-mail address has changed, I wanted to repost the surnames I am
researching:

Researching:
WEISZ, FRANKL, FODOR, KOVACS, PORGES, PORUBSKY, GROSSMANN, FLEISCHMANN -
Ujhely, Hungary; Trencin, Slovakia, Bratislava, Slovakia; Vienna,
Austria; Baltimore, Maryland USA
SCHEIER - Sucha, Poland; Trencin, Slovakia; Berlin, Germany
RUFEISEN - Sucha, Poland
WILDER, HONIG, HELFER, ZINKER - Brody, Lemberg, Poland (Ukraine); Vienna,
Austria

Please contact me at wldwoman@bestnetpc.com (formerly wldwoman@mpinet.net)

Thanks.

Joyce Eastman
Orange City, FL


Re: SIEGEL (CEGELNITZKY) of Lida (lithuamia/Poland/Belarus) #general

MBernet@...
 

If anyone recognizes this name, please contact me and Sheilat@pipeline.com,
my wife. It's almost certainly one of her relatives but we can't place him.

Thanks
Michael Bernet, New York, mBernet@aol.com

and special thanks to Brooke for sharing this with us all.

In a message dated 11/22/00 9:05:10 PM Eastern Standard Time,
asparagirl@dca.net writes:

<< I just received a Social Security Application >from an Abraham SIEGEL
. . . . . .

Name:
Abraham SIEGEL
(Note: there's a handwritten note at the top of the application saying
that his name was changed [presumably >from CEGELNITZKY] when he was
Naturalized as an American.)
Address:
Sheridan Ave. Bronx, New York
Business Address:
General Dental Supply Co., Inc.
391 149th St.
Bronx, NY
Age at Last Birthday:
45
Date of Birth:
December 18th, 1890
Place of Birth:
Lida, Russia
Father's Full Name:
Leiba CEGELNITZKY
Mother's Full Maiden Name:
Eta SROLOWITZ
SSN:
(deleted for privacy)
Date of Application:
November 28, 1936

- Brooke Schreier
mailto:asparagirl@dca.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Surnames I am researching #general

Joyce Eastman <wldwoman@...>
 

Since my e-mail address has changed, I wanted to repost the surnames I am
researching:

Researching:
WEISZ, FRANKL, FODOR, KOVACS, PORGES, PORUBSKY, GROSSMANN, FLEISCHMANN -
Ujhely, Hungary; Trencin, Slovakia, Bratislava, Slovakia; Vienna,
Austria; Baltimore, Maryland USA
SCHEIER - Sucha, Poland; Trencin, Slovakia; Berlin, Germany
RUFEISEN - Sucha, Poland
WILDER, HONIG, HELFER, ZINKER - Brody, Lemberg, Poland (Ukraine); Vienna,
Austria

Please contact me at wldwoman@bestnetpc.com (formerly wldwoman@mpinet.net)

Thanks.

Joyce Eastman
Orange City, FL


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: SIEGEL (CEGELNITZKY) of Lida (lithuamia/Poland/Belarus) #general

MBernet@...
 

If anyone recognizes this name, please contact me and Sheilat@pipeline.com,
my wife. It's almost certainly one of her relatives but we can't place him.

Thanks
Michael Bernet, New York, mBernet@aol.com

and special thanks to Brooke for sharing this with us all.

In a message dated 11/22/00 9:05:10 PM Eastern Standard Time,
asparagirl@dca.net writes:

<< I just received a Social Security Application >from an Abraham SIEGEL
. . . . . .

Name:
Abraham SIEGEL
(Note: there's a handwritten note at the top of the application saying
that his name was changed [presumably >from CEGELNITZKY] when he was
Naturalized as an American.)
Address:
Sheridan Ave. Bronx, New York
Business Address:
General Dental Supply Co., Inc.
391 149th St.
Bronx, NY
Age at Last Birthday:
45
Date of Birth:
December 18th, 1890
Place of Birth:
Lida, Russia
Father's Full Name:
Leiba CEGELNITZKY
Mother's Full Maiden Name:
Eta SROLOWITZ
SSN:
(deleted for privacy)
Date of Application:
November 28, 1936

- Brooke Schreier
mailto:asparagirl@dca.net


Jews in the Liquor Industry #general

Martin Green <btestware@...>
 

There was a recent discussion in this group about
the role of Jews in the liquor industry in the old
country. Beer and alcohol were indeed very much
Jewish-dominated business in much of Russia. The
memoirs of Yekhezkel Kotik contain many anecdotes
about Jews in the liquor business. There is a complete
English translation of Kotik's memoirs available on the
internet, done by Dutch translator Lucas Bruyn It
is a fascinating book full of stories about Jewish life
in White Russia, Poland and the Ukraine in the late
19th century. If anyone is interested, they can email
me privately and I would be glad to send them the link.

Martin Green
http://www.onforeignsoil.com


Re: Looking for info on some who runfor a office in NY where do I find #general

Asparagirl <asparagirl@...>
 

Moshe Schaeffer (moshe@cheerful.com) wrote:

If my grandfather ran for The Assembly in the 7th assembly district where
would I find information about or about him. His name was Morris
Schaeffer.
What kind of information would I find? Thank you for all your help.
If you mean the New York State Assembly, then the 7th District today
encompasses a large part of Suffolk County, Long Island, New York,
including the town of West Islip. The district may have encompassed other
areas in previous years.

The current assemblyman for the 7th District is Thomas F. Barraga, who was
first elected to the Assembly in the 1982 General Election.

Thomas F. Barraga has a webpage online at:

http://assembly.state.ny.us/Members/Bios/barragt.html

...which might be useful. He also has an address listed at:

http://assembly.state.ny.us/Members/Directory/barragt.html

Maybe you could write to him and see if he's heard of your grandfather?

- Brooke Schreier
asparagirl at dca dot net
Philadelphia, PA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jews in the Liquor Industry #general

Martin Green <btestware@...>
 

There was a recent discussion in this group about
the role of Jews in the liquor industry in the old
country. Beer and alcohol were indeed very much
Jewish-dominated business in much of Russia. The
memoirs of Yekhezkel Kotik contain many anecdotes
about Jews in the liquor business. There is a complete
English translation of Kotik's memoirs available on the
internet, done by Dutch translator Lucas Bruyn It
is a fascinating book full of stories about Jewish life
in White Russia, Poland and the Ukraine in the late
19th century. If anyone is interested, they can email
me privately and I would be glad to send them the link.

Martin Green
http://www.onforeignsoil.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Looking for info on some who runfor a office in NY where do I find #general

Asparagirl <asparagirl@...>
 

Moshe Schaeffer (moshe@cheerful.com) wrote:

If my grandfather ran for The Assembly in the 7th assembly district where
would I find information about or about him. His name was Morris
Schaeffer.
What kind of information would I find? Thank you for all your help.
If you mean the New York State Assembly, then the 7th District today
encompasses a large part of Suffolk County, Long Island, New York,
including the town of West Islip. The district may have encompassed other
areas in previous years.

The current assemblyman for the 7th District is Thomas F. Barraga, who was
first elected to the Assembly in the 1982 General Election.

Thomas F. Barraga has a webpage online at:

http://assembly.state.ny.us/Members/Bios/barragt.html

...which might be useful. He also has an address listed at:

http://assembly.state.ny.us/Members/Directory/barragt.html

Maybe you could write to him and see if he's heard of your grandfather?

- Brooke Schreier
asparagirl at dca dot net
Philadelphia, PA


Re: Beifel as Surname and as Given name -corrected #general

Barbara <maybug@...>
 

Sorry there were a few words ommitted in my previous posting here
corrected, the substance is unchanged but may make a little more sense. I
have capitalized them to spare you the search if you are interested in
pursuing this issue. Thanks.

I have been watching with interest the discussions of names, hoping that
names I am interested in might come up. They have not. So I have another
entry for consideration: The family name BEIFEL is an uncommon one and is
not listed in either of Beider's volumes of Jewish names in the Polish and
Russian Empires. Further, many of the listings I have found on the WEB -
Christian Brothers and youth groups, etc. are not Jewish. `There is even a
photo of three Japanese youth sitting around a table! The one definitely
Jewish listing is on the 1816 Revision list where I found BEIFEL as a first
name of the head of household in Michalewski, Klucz and as his son's
patronymic.

I had begun to wonder until I found the Revision list cited above whether
Beifel was not an example of a sea change name.

I would be appreciative of any input >from others who are knowledge about
Jewish given names and surnames.

Thank you,

Barbara Harris


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Beifel as Surname and as Given name -corrected #general

Barbara <maybug@...>
 

Sorry there were a few words ommitted in my previous posting here
corrected, the substance is unchanged but may make a little more sense. I
have capitalized them to spare you the search if you are interested in
pursuing this issue. Thanks.

I have been watching with interest the discussions of names, hoping that
names I am interested in might come up. They have not. So I have another
entry for consideration: The family name BEIFEL is an uncommon one and is
not listed in either of Beider's volumes of Jewish names in the Polish and
Russian Empires. Further, many of the listings I have found on the WEB -
Christian Brothers and youth groups, etc. are not Jewish. `There is even a
photo of three Japanese youth sitting around a table! The one definitely
Jewish listing is on the 1816 Revision list where I found BEIFEL as a first
name of the head of household in Michalewski, Klucz and as his son's
patronymic.

I had begun to wonder until I found the Revision list cited above whether
Beifel was not an example of a sea change name.

I would be appreciative of any input >from others who are knowledge about
Jewish given names and surnames.

Thank you,

Barbara Harris


Marszalkowska Street in Warsaw #general

Fritz Neubauer
 

Felix wrote:

I have a professional photo with the following info on the back;
Institut Photographique
Sigismond & Co.
A Varsovie
111 Marszalkowska
This is >from a photo of my grandmother, taken sometime before
she came to the US in 1905. I am trying to pinpoint the town she
came from. I believe it would be in the Warsaw area.
This assumption is correct, but it is not a town in the "Warsaw area"
but Warsaw proper where this photograph was taken, because
"Marzalkowska" is one of Warsaw's main streets which is also supported
by "A Varsovie" which is French and means "in Warsaw" in English.

Fritz Neubauer, North Germany (who remembers once walking on
Marszalkowska street)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Marszalkowska Street in Warsaw #general

Fritz Neubauer
 

Felix wrote:

I have a professional photo with the following info on the back;
Institut Photographique
Sigismond & Co.
A Varsovie
111 Marszalkowska
This is >from a photo of my grandmother, taken sometime before
she came to the US in 1905. I am trying to pinpoint the town she
came from. I believe it would be in the Warsaw area.
This assumption is correct, but it is not a town in the "Warsaw area"
but Warsaw proper where this photograph was taken, because
"Marzalkowska" is one of Warsaw's main streets which is also supported
by "A Varsovie" which is French and means "in Warsaw" in English.

Fritz Neubauer, North Germany (who remembers once walking on
Marszalkowska street)