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Malin, Sarnovitchi, Ksaveriv the SCHECTMAN/RICH Family #ukraine

Arnie Levine <arnie@...>
 

TYA:
I am attempting to find information on my grandmothers family and the area's
which they lived, they are the SCHECTMAN family (SCHECKHTMAN, SHEKHTMAN,
SHECHTMAN, SHECKMAN) and changed their name to RICH when they came to North
America. The family is >from the UKRAINE (then Russia) >from Sarnovitchi
(Sarnovichi, Korostensky Raion, Zhitomir Oblast), >from Ksaverov (Ksaveriv,
Malinsky Raion,Zhitomir Oblast) and >from Malin (Malyn, Malinsky Raion,
Zhitomir Oblast). Any information about either the family or towns would be
appreciated as I have little information before they came to North America
(I have the map co-ordinates of each area, I am looking for any other type
of information). If any one has Istoreiya Mist i Sil Ukrainskoi RSR copies
of the write ups of the aforementioned towns would be appreciated,
especially if they are translated.

Any information would be appreciated.

Thank you,

Arnie Levine
Chicago, Illinois USA
arnie@gowebway.com

http://home.gowebway.com/~arnie/
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/l/e/v/Arnold-H-Levine/index.html

ALSO researching the CZUSIK (changed name to SHERMAN) family >from Narodichi
and Chopovichi (Volhynia Gubernia and Zhitomirskaya Oblast); the LASKOWITZ
(changed name to LASKO or LASCOE) family >from Poland: towns of Wysokie
Mazowieckie in Lomza Gubernia and also Bialystock vicinity). Settled in
Chicago but have spread (those located) throughout the USA, Canada, Israel
and Australia.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Malin, Sarnovitchi, Ksaveriv the SCHECTMAN/RICH Family #ukraine

Arnie Levine <arnie@...>
 

TYA:
I am attempting to find information on my grandmothers family and the area's
which they lived, they are the SCHECTMAN family (SCHECKHTMAN, SHEKHTMAN,
SHECHTMAN, SHECKMAN) and changed their name to RICH when they came to North
America. The family is >from the UKRAINE (then Russia) >from Sarnovitchi
(Sarnovichi, Korostensky Raion, Zhitomir Oblast), >from Ksaverov (Ksaveriv,
Malinsky Raion,Zhitomir Oblast) and >from Malin (Malyn, Malinsky Raion,
Zhitomir Oblast). Any information about either the family or towns would be
appreciated as I have little information before they came to North America
(I have the map co-ordinates of each area, I am looking for any other type
of information). If any one has Istoreiya Mist i Sil Ukrainskoi RSR copies
of the write ups of the aforementioned towns would be appreciated,
especially if they are translated.

Any information would be appreciated.

Thank you,

Arnie Levine
Chicago, Illinois USA
arnie@gowebway.com

http://home.gowebway.com/~arnie/
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/l/e/v/Arnold-H-Levine/index.html

ALSO researching the CZUSIK (changed name to SHERMAN) family >from Narodichi
and Chopovichi (Volhynia Gubernia and Zhitomirskaya Oblast); the LASKOWITZ
(changed name to LASKO or LASCOE) family >from Poland: towns of Wysokie
Mazowieckie in Lomza Gubernia and also Bialystock vicinity). Settled in
Chicago but have spread (those located) throughout the USA, Canada, Israel
and Australia.


Re: reaching out to family #ukraine

EHecht4085@...
 

Dear Mark,

Based upon my own experience in a similar situation, I tried to contact as
many as I could and sent them a family goup sheet showing relationships. One
evne sent me a nasty letter, not remembering who I was but when I sent her my
own family group sheet, she recognized my father and became a little closer
and now looks forward to my Newsletter. I also sent her a copy of her husband
grave stone when I visited the cemeteery where some of the family are buried.
Keep trying. I have one cousin who hates his relatives and will not reply,
because he married an Italian girl and some of the older relations id not
approve. So goes it.

Keep trying, and sometimes they get on board, but none of them seem to have
any information, and some of them do.

Eli C. Hecht


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: reaching out to family #ukraine

EHecht4085@...
 

Dear Mark,

Based upon my own experience in a similar situation, I tried to contact as
many as I could and sent them a family goup sheet showing relationships. One
evne sent me a nasty letter, not remembering who I was but when I sent her my
own family group sheet, she recognized my father and became a little closer
and now looks forward to my Newsletter. I also sent her a copy of her husband
grave stone when I visited the cemeteery where some of the family are buried.
Keep trying. I have one cousin who hates his relatives and will not reply,
because he married an Italian girl and some of the older relations id not
approve. So goes it.

Keep trying, and sometimes they get on board, but none of them seem to have
any information, and some of them do.

Eli C. Hecht


SCHICK surname > _Thank You_ !!! #general

Christof Schick <schick@...>
 

Dear JewishGen researchers,

First I would thank you for all those very professional answers to my
request for the SCHICK surname! I'm subscribed to quiet a lot of GenLists
but the JewisGen seems really to be the most professional. Thanky you very
much!

The ones which are interested in get a "ollection"of all your Schick
answers, can drop me a email. Then I would send you all the answers which
are very interesting. Send your mails to c.schick@schick.ch as my old
address schick@datacomm.ch will be used only till around end of 2000.

At www.schick.ch which will be "on air" in about 4-6 months you'll find also
a chapter about "Schick as a Jewish surname." This chapter hase become
possible only because of the generous help of the people >from the JewishGen
list; thanks again!

Christof Schick-Fernandez
Switzerland
info@schick.ch


Re: CT Cemetery Help. #ukraine

Zelde Malevitz <lionzel@...>
 

Dear David,

Could you mean (Volinska {gubernya}) ? Paul Malevitz
----------

From: "David Donn" <ddonn@seasurf.net>
To: "Ukraine SIG" <ukraine@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: [ukraine] CT Cemetery Help.
Date: Sat, Nov 25, 2000, 10:49 AM
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Please visit the Ukraine SIG web site
<http://www.jewishgen.org/ukraine/>;
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
If anyone can offer any assistance I would be most appreciative.

I am trying to locate a cemetery in CT "Waliska Society" (sp?) If anyone
can offer the correct spelling and/or research at the site please contact
me.

Thanks in advance.


David Donn
Researching:
Donn (>from Ukraine and Lithuania) Buchman (Belarus), Kushner (from
Austria, Siberia, Ukraine)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen SCHICK surname > _Thank You_ !!! #general

Christof Schick <schick@...>
 

Dear JewishGen researchers,

First I would thank you for all those very professional answers to my
request for the SCHICK surname! I'm subscribed to quiet a lot of GenLists
but the JewisGen seems really to be the most professional. Thanky you very
much!

The ones which are interested in get a "ollection"of all your Schick
answers, can drop me a email. Then I would send you all the answers which
are very interesting. Send your mails to c.schick@schick.ch as my old
address schick@datacomm.ch will be used only till around end of 2000.

At www.schick.ch which will be "on air" in about 4-6 months you'll find also
a chapter about "Schick as a Jewish surname." This chapter hase become
possible only because of the generous help of the people >from the JewishGen
list; thanks again!

Christof Schick-Fernandez
Switzerland
info@schick.ch


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: CT Cemetery Help. #ukraine

Zelde Malevitz <lionzel@...>
 

Dear David,

Could you mean (Volinska {gubernya}) ? Paul Malevitz
----------

From: "David Donn" <ddonn@seasurf.net>
To: "Ukraine SIG" <ukraine@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: [ukraine] CT Cemetery Help.
Date: Sat, Nov 25, 2000, 10:49 AM
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Please visit the Ukraine SIG web site
<http://www.jewishgen.org/ukraine/>;
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
If anyone can offer any assistance I would be most appreciative.

I am trying to locate a cemetery in CT "Waliska Society" (sp?) If anyone
can offer the correct spelling and/or research at the site please contact
me.

Thanks in advance.


David Donn
Researching:
Donn (>from Ukraine and Lithuania) Buchman (Belarus), Kushner (from
Austria, Siberia, Ukraine)


Translation: Polish to English #general

edblo@...
 

In response to my enquiry, I received a reply >from the Polish Archives
( "Centralnego Osrodka Informatictji Archivalnej"] in Warsaw.

I need this letter translated, and would very grateful if someone
could do this for me. Its contents only occupy about three quarters
of a page.

Edmond Bloch
ebloch@nc.rr.com


Donn/Buchman/Kushner #ukraine

David Donn <ddonn@...>
 

Thanks for the help :)

I am entered in JGFF
I am seeking both contemporaries and info on ancestors. Contemporaries if
they exsist would be nice.
I have checked the Jewish Gen archives
I have checked FTJP
I have checked the Hamburg Passenger indexes
I have checked the Social Security Death Index
I have read the JewishGen FAQ

However, where might I find the US census records? Are they available
online?

Thanks again for all of the help and suggestions. It really is appreciated.


David Donn
Researching:
Donn (>from Ukraine and Lithuania) Buchman (Belarus), Kushner (from
Austria, Siberia, Ukraine)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Translation: Polish to English #general

edblo@...
 

In response to my enquiry, I received a reply >from the Polish Archives
( "Centralnego Osrodka Informatictji Archivalnej"] in Warsaw.

I need this letter translated, and would very grateful if someone
could do this for me. Its contents only occupy about three quarters
of a page.

Edmond Bloch
ebloch@nc.rr.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Donn/Buchman/Kushner #ukraine

David Donn <ddonn@...>
 

Thanks for the help :)

I am entered in JGFF
I am seeking both contemporaries and info on ancestors. Contemporaries if
they exsist would be nice.
I have checked the Jewish Gen archives
I have checked FTJP
I have checked the Hamburg Passenger indexes
I have checked the Social Security Death Index
I have read the JewishGen FAQ

However, where might I find the US census records? Are they available
online?

Thanks again for all of the help and suggestions. It really is appreciated.


David Donn
Researching:
Donn (>from Ukraine and Lithuania) Buchman (Belarus), Kushner (from
Austria, Siberia, Ukraine)


Re: Need help with translation #belarus

mpfreed28315861@...
 

Barbara" <bdimunno@pioneeris.net> wrote:

I just posted my ancestor's signature at http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/
This signature appeared on a land deed in Augusta Co., VA October
1781.

Can anyone tell me if this is 'Old Hebrew' handwriting and translate
Yes this is Hebrew.
It reads "Noson son of reb Yosef" which means Nathan the son of (Mr.)
Joseph.

Murray Freedman
Leeds UK


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Need help with translation #general

mpfreed28315861@...
 

Barbara" <bdimunno@pioneeris.net> wrote:

I just posted my ancestor's signature at http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/
This signature appeared on a land deed in Augusta Co., VA October
1781.

Can anyone tell me if this is 'Old Hebrew' handwriting and translate
Yes this is Hebrew.
It reads "Noson son of reb Yosef" which means Nathan the son of (Mr.)
Joseph.

Murray Freedman
Leeds UK


Re: Occupation "Krovelschik"--in Russian #general

MarkGrekin <markgrekin@...>
 

Maria,
"Krovel'shchik" = a worker who does roofing, be it Roofing iron, slate
roofing or tiling.
Mark Grekin


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Occupation "Krovelschik"--in Russian #general

MarkGrekin <markgrekin@...>
 

Maria,
"Krovel'shchik" = a worker who does roofing, be it Roofing iron, slate
roofing or tiling.
Mark Grekin


Re: London - Looking for burial place. Where to start? #general

mpfreed28315861@...
 

"Yaacov Slizak" <yslizak@nospam.eircom.net> wrote:

Hi,

How can I locate my G-G-Grandfather's burial site ?. He died in London in
1924, but I don't have any idea where exactly did he lived.

I've got his Death Certificate >from the General Register Office. The
registration District was the "Mile End Old Town, South Western, County of
London". The informant was registered as "Deputy Coroner for theEastern
District of London". These are the only clues I have about his residence...

I will spend a week in London next month and I'd like to have any advise
about how to locate his grave.
It is probable that he lived in the East End and buried in one of the
cemeteries belonging to a synagogue situated there at the time.
All I can suggest is that you look at a recent copy of the Jewish Year
Book which will list the addresses of London Jewish cemeteries and
contact each of them. My suggestion is to try those of the Federation
of Synagogues first.

Murray Freedman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: London - Looking for burial place. Where to start? #general

mpfreed28315861@...
 

"Yaacov Slizak" <yslizak@nospam.eircom.net> wrote:

Hi,

How can I locate my G-G-Grandfather's burial site ?. He died in London in
1924, but I don't have any idea where exactly did he lived.

I've got his Death Certificate >from the General Register Office. The
registration District was the "Mile End Old Town, South Western, County of
London". The informant was registered as "Deputy Coroner for theEastern
District of London". These are the only clues I have about his residence...

I will spend a week in London next month and I'd like to have any advise
about how to locate his grave.
It is probable that he lived in the East End and buried in one of the
cemeteries belonging to a synagogue situated there at the time.
All I can suggest is that you look at a recent copy of the Jewish Year
Book which will list the addresses of London Jewish cemeteries and
contact each of them. My suggestion is to try those of the Federation
of Synagogues first.

Murray Freedman


Are Others Interested In Your Hobby? was Re: Jewish bootleggers #general

The Kendrick's <kendrickkreation@...>
 

Rochelle Nameroff wrote:

Another question: Are many of you finding that you are the only one in
your family interested in the past, and receive a "Don't bother me/who
cares?" response or ones >from anger/suspicion to complete disinterest.
In most cases, yes. I am finding that the younger generations of my
BLOCH, DZIEKIEWICZ, RINGGOLD, RING links are more interested. More
specifically, four of us in our late 30's and early 40's are working
on either the above names or maternal lineage. Outside of this
generation only two older family members in the next generation seem
interested. Thankfully, one is a subscriber to this list.

I've been so excited about all my discoveries, as well as thrilled to
hear of other family's searchs--thrilled to the point where I feel such
a deep Jewish identity!
My emotions exactly in the beginning. Now, after four years of research
and four years of very little interest >from my parents and other
relatives, I don't even tell them much anymore.

--that it's beginning to hurt me not to be able to
share these discoveries with the remaining living members of my family.
An irony or just another familiar story? Maybe I'm just upset about
what "family" is. Or isn't.
Remember one crucial thing, this is a hobby. This is *your* hobby. Just as
you may not be interested in one of your relatives hobbies, they might not
be interested in yours. Not everyone wants to know about family. Granted,
it's hard for us to understand that, but it might be just as hard for others
to understand why in the world we spend out time doing this. Always put
yourself in their position before judging them or their responses.

I have adopted a question anytime I want to "announce" a new find to
members of my family; "did you start researching for yourself or to
announce things to others?" My feeling is if other family members were
interested, they would have begun their own research. As a result, when
someone in your family responds negatively, remember this is something
you want to learn. If they wanted to, it's up to them to persue it.

One last thing, don't "push" your interests on others. Let them know you
have new information via letter, e-mail, i.e. communication but don't
"force it on them." Close the communication with, "if you are interested in
more information and specifics, please contact me and I will be happy to
share it with you." Leave it up to them to decide and request the info.
Nancy Ring-Kendrick
Daytona Beach, FL
Searching: BLOCH /BUGEN /DZIEKIEWICZ /GROSS /GROSSMAN /KISH /RING /RINGGOLD
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/k/e/n/Nancy-R-Kendrick/
Updated November 22, 2000


Re: "Occupation 'Krovelschhik'-in Russian" #general

NFatouros@...
 

In her message of 11-24-00 Maria Krane asked what "Krovelschik" means in
Russian. I checked my big Oxford Russian-English Dictionary and I think
it means "roof maker." So I've not only learned a new Russian word but a
Russian word which is not related to the Revolution, its newspapers and
periodicals, and its various factions!

Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com
Researching: BELKOWSKY, Odessa, Berdichev; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SHUTZ, SCHUTZ,
Shcherets; LEVY, Mulhouse;SAS, Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol.