Date   

December Meeting of the Wash. DC JGSGW #general

Ben Okner <okner@...>
 

The December meeting of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington
will be held on Sunday, December 17, 2000 at B'nai Israel Congregation which
is located at 6301 Montrose Road, Rockville, MD. There is a social period
from 1:30 to 2 p.m. with the meeting following >from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. See
the JGSGW web site at www.jewishgen.org/jgsgw for driving directions.

Our speaker will be Rachel Fisher, Director of the Center for Jewish
History Genealogy Institute at the Center for Jewish History in New York
City who will tell us about the brand new Center for Jewish History in New
York City. At our meeting, Dr. Fisher will focus on the Center's Genealogy
Institute (CGI), which provides family history reference services and
programming, and orients family history researchers to the Center partners.
Dr. Fisher will describe the role of the CGI, and will share current and
future plans for programs and services. She will describe how the CGI will
contribute to the field of Jewish family history research, and answer
questions about the Center and the CGI.

New members and visitors are always welcome at our meetings.


--
ben okner
washington, d.c.


What is new at the Belarus SIG #general

Edward Rosenbaum <erosenbaum@...>
 

This week, five new databases have been posted by the Belarus SIG...

-1906 Pinsk Uyezd Duma List
-1906 Pinsk City Duma List
-Records of Real Estate Possessors, 1905-6, Nesvizh, Slutsk Uezd, Minsk
Gubernia, Belarus
-1906 Brobruisk ueyzd duma list
-Antopoler Young Men's Benevolent Association, by Jerry Seligsohn

And don't forget to look in the Belarus Surname Index at
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/static_index.htm. It now has 21462
surnames >from 97 web sites indexed.

-Edward Rosenbaum
Bergenfield, NJ
Webmaster, Belarus SIG (http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus)
President, JGS of Bergen County, New Jersey
(http://www.crosswinds.net/~erosenbaum/jgsbc)
email: erosenbaum@mail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen December Meeting of the Wash. DC JGSGW #general

Ben Okner <okner@...>
 

The December meeting of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington
will be held on Sunday, December 17, 2000 at B'nai Israel Congregation which
is located at 6301 Montrose Road, Rockville, MD. There is a social period
from 1:30 to 2 p.m. with the meeting following >from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. See
the JGSGW web site at www.jewishgen.org/jgsgw for driving directions.

Our speaker will be Rachel Fisher, Director of the Center for Jewish
History Genealogy Institute at the Center for Jewish History in New York
City who will tell us about the brand new Center for Jewish History in New
York City. At our meeting, Dr. Fisher will focus on the Center's Genealogy
Institute (CGI), which provides family history reference services and
programming, and orients family history researchers to the Center partners.
Dr. Fisher will describe the role of the CGI, and will share current and
future plans for programs and services. She will describe how the CGI will
contribute to the field of Jewish family history research, and answer
questions about the Center and the CGI.

New members and visitors are always welcome at our meetings.


--
ben okner
washington, d.c.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen What is new at the Belarus SIG #general

Edward Rosenbaum <erosenbaum@...>
 

This week, five new databases have been posted by the Belarus SIG...

-1906 Pinsk Uyezd Duma List
-1906 Pinsk City Duma List
-Records of Real Estate Possessors, 1905-6, Nesvizh, Slutsk Uezd, Minsk
Gubernia, Belarus
-1906 Brobruisk ueyzd duma list
-Antopoler Young Men's Benevolent Association, by Jerry Seligsohn

And don't forget to look in the Belarus Surname Index at
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/static_index.htm. It now has 21462
surnames >from 97 web sites indexed.

-Edward Rosenbaum
Bergenfield, NJ
Webmaster, Belarus SIG (http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus)
President, JGS of Bergen County, New Jersey
(http://www.crosswinds.net/~erosenbaum/jgsbc)
email: erosenbaum@mail.com


SVIR cemetery #belarus

Phrases1@...
 

The following listing for SVIR that will appear on the late January update of
the IAJGS International Jewish Cemetery Project website redo may be of help
to those interested in Svir cemetery.
Ellen Sadove Renck - NY

SVIR:
Located at 5451 2624 in Vitebsk Oblast, 80.6 miles NW of Minsk. Alternate
names: Swir. This enormous Jewish graveyard has been catalogued clearly. Each
gravestone has an identification marker on it. An American group may have
been responsible for the cataloguing. Source: par9@columbia.edu.
The Svir Cemetery is on Lake Svir, about 65 kilometers ENE of Vilnius.
Source: Yosef Sa'ar yotam@isracom.co.il
Also see: http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/newsletter/swir.htm [October
2000]

In a message dated 12/11/2000 1:07:23 AM Eastern Standard Time,
belarus@lyris.jewishgen.org writes:

<< Subject: Svir Cemetery
From: MariaKrane@aol.com
Date: Sun, 10 Dec 2000 13:55:37 EST
X-Message-Number: 2

Hello Folks,
I was wondering if anyone knows whether there is a Jewish cemetery
still in existence in Svir, Belarus? >from some documentation I've received
>from the Lithuaian archives, it seems that my husband's great-grandfather
died and was buried in Svir in 1908. I remember looking the IAJGS
International Jewish Cemetery Project
a while back but I can't recall. I checked today but the page is undergoing
construction.
If anyone knows, I'd appreciate a response.
Regards,
Maria Krane
MariaKrane@aol.com
Pembroke Pines, Fl. USA >>


Belarus SIG #Belarus SVIR cemetery #belarus

Phrases1@...
 

The following listing for SVIR that will appear on the late January update of
the IAJGS International Jewish Cemetery Project website redo may be of help
to those interested in Svir cemetery.
Ellen Sadove Renck - NY

SVIR:
Located at 5451 2624 in Vitebsk Oblast, 80.6 miles NW of Minsk. Alternate
names: Swir. This enormous Jewish graveyard has been catalogued clearly. Each
gravestone has an identification marker on it. An American group may have
been responsible for the cataloguing. Source: par9@columbia.edu.
The Svir Cemetery is on Lake Svir, about 65 kilometers ENE of Vilnius.
Source: Yosef Sa'ar yotam@isracom.co.il
Also see: http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/newsletter/swir.htm [October
2000]

In a message dated 12/11/2000 1:07:23 AM Eastern Standard Time,
belarus@lyris.jewishgen.org writes:

<< Subject: Svir Cemetery
From: MariaKrane@aol.com
Date: Sun, 10 Dec 2000 13:55:37 EST
X-Message-Number: 2

Hello Folks,
I was wondering if anyone knows whether there is a Jewish cemetery
still in existence in Svir, Belarus? >from some documentation I've received
>from the Lithuaian archives, it seems that my husband's great-grandfather
died and was buried in Svir in 1908. I remember looking the IAJGS
International Jewish Cemetery Project
a while back but I can't recall. I checked today but the page is undergoing
construction.
If anyone knows, I'd appreciate a response.
Regards,
Maria Krane
MariaKrane@aol.com
Pembroke Pines, Fl. USA >>


Jewish agricultural colonists from Kamenets Podolskiy #ukraine

ebf2001@...
 

12/11/00

I was intrigued to learn about the first group of Jewish colonists to arrive
in Argentina. My great uncle emigrated to Argentina >from Kamenets
Podolskiy, but I don't know if he went under the aegis of the agricultural
colonies. Is anyone aware of the existence of lists that would indicate who
settled in Jewish agricultural colonies in Argentina?

TIA
Evan Fishman
ebf2001@home.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Jewish agricultural colonists from Kamenets Podolskiy #ukraine

ebf2001@...
 

12/11/00

I was intrigued to learn about the first group of Jewish colonists to arrive
in Argentina. My great uncle emigrated to Argentina >from Kamenets
Podolskiy, but I don't know if he went under the aegis of the agricultural
colonies. Is anyone aware of the existence of lists that would indicate who
settled in Jewish agricultural colonies in Argentina?

TIA
Evan Fishman
ebf2001@home.com


Re: Rotterdam ships #ukraine

Mazur, Allan <Mazur@...>
 

Howard,

I too have relatives who departed Ukraine early in the century
(Ekaterinoslav) and entered the U.S. via train >from Canada. Do you happen
to know the name of the ship >from Rotterdam? Could it have been the
Potsdam?

Allan Mazur
Washington, DC

Original Message
From: Howard M. Kaplan [mailto:howardmk@mindspring.com]
Subject: [ukraine] Rotterdam ships

Is there any list showing ships (or certain lines) sailing from
Rotterdam to Canadian ports in, say, 1905? Was Montreal the ONLY port
for those ships departing Europe for Canada? A recent resource
indicates my ancestors traveled >from the Ukraine (Zhitomir region) to
Rotterdam to Canada and to the US "by train >from Montreal." TIA for
any assistance.

Howard M. Kaplan
Colorado USA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RE: Rotterdam ships #ukraine

Mazur, Allan <Mazur@...>
 

Howard,

I too have relatives who departed Ukraine early in the century
(Ekaterinoslav) and entered the U.S. via train >from Canada. Do you happen
to know the name of the ship >from Rotterdam? Could it have been the
Potsdam?

Allan Mazur
Washington, DC

Original Message
From: Howard M. Kaplan [mailto:howardmk@mindspring.com]
Subject: [ukraine] Rotterdam ships

Is there any list showing ships (or certain lines) sailing from
Rotterdam to Canadian ports in, say, 1905? Was Montreal the ONLY port
for those ships departing Europe for Canada? A recent resource
indicates my ancestors traveled >from the Ukraine (Zhitomir region) to
Rotterdam to Canada and to the US "by train >from Montreal." TIA for
any assistance.

Howard M. Kaplan
Colorado USA


Re: Rotterdam ships #ukraine

Hilary Henkin <hilary@...>
 

Hi, Howard!

I have ancestors who traveled >from Rotterdam or Amsterdam to Toronto, 1902-1913.
I've been reviewing passenger lists for Quebec and Halifax. Quebec seems to have NO
ships >from Rotterdam; Halifax has several. I've seen people destined for Montreal,
which leads me to think no ships may have gone directly there.

You might try accessing the Holland America passenger list indexes and manifests.
They're on microfiche, and available through the Mormons. The indexes are
alphabetical, by year, I think. Be careful what you order - I thought I
was ordering manifests and got indexes - that's what I get for trying to guess Dutch....

But the lists are workable, even in Dutch - it's similar enough to English to make
reasonable guesses.

And of course, since they're recorded at port of embarkation, they'd include ships
to everywhere, not just the US.

Good luck!

Hilary

MODERATOR's Note: Please include a few lines >from the original letter so
that we all will be able to understand the "answer". If you wish to reply
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Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Rotterdam ships #ukraine

Hilary Henkin <hilary@...>
 

Hi, Howard!

I have ancestors who traveled >from Rotterdam or Amsterdam to Toronto, 1902-1913.
I've been reviewing passenger lists for Quebec and Halifax. Quebec seems to have NO
ships >from Rotterdam; Halifax has several. I've seen people destined for Montreal,
which leads me to think no ships may have gone directly there.

You might try accessing the Holland America passenger list indexes and manifests.
They're on microfiche, and available through the Mormons. The indexes are
alphabetical, by year, I think. Be careful what you order - I thought I
was ordering manifests and got indexes - that's what I get for trying to guess Dutch....

But the lists are workable, even in Dutch - it's similar enough to English to make
reasonable guesses.

And of course, since they're recorded at port of embarkation, they'd include ships
to everywhere, not just the US.

Good luck!

Hilary

MODERATOR's Note: Please include a few lines >from the original letter so
that we all will be able to understand the "answer". If you wish to reply
on a private basis - DO NOT hit the reply button - - address a blank email
to the recipient.


New publications from JGSGB #general

Derek & Rosemary Wenzerul <Dandr@...>
 

Due to the overwhelming success of our first guide entitled 'A Beginner's
Guide to Jewish Genealogy in Great Britain' (ISBN: 0-9537669-0-X) The
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain will be publishing the
following guides in the 'Jewish Ancestors' series early next year. These are
packed >from cover to cover with useful information and are an absolute must
for both the beginner to genealogy and for those who need inspiration to
continue their research. Whether you are a teenager or a senior citizen,
Jewish or not, these guides will help point you in the right direction.


A Guide to Jewish Genealogy in Germany & Austria (ISBN: 0-9537669-1-8)
which will be published at the beginning of January 2001.
The guide gives an insight into researching your family roots both in these
countries and in the UK. This is an informative guide to the archives of
available records and explains how to obtain the records you thought no
longer existed. In addtion, the guide has sections on registration, the
Holocaust, vital records, kindertransport, alien registration, useful
addresses, census and cemeteries.


A Guide to Jewish Genealogy in Latvia & Estonia (ISBN: 0-9537669-2-6)
which will be published in March 2001.
The guide points you in the right direction for researching your roots in
these countries. Modern and old names of shtetlach are listed. There are
also references to cemeteries, museums and libraries. Resources, addresses
of archives, details and copies of documents, Holocaust information,
internet advice and travel information will all assist in your research.


Both guides are fully referenced with large bibliographies, terms and
phrases, standard letters, maps, using the internet, lists of archives,
Mormon Family History Centres, museums, libraries and much more.


Each guide is priced at £4.50 (UK) - £6.00/US$10 (Overseas - includes
postage). Payment with orders please.

Available by post direct from:
The JGSGB Membership Secretary
PO Box 27061
London, N2 OGT.

For more information about The Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain,
please visit our web site at:
http://www.ort.org/jgsgb


Rosemary Wenzerul
Chairman, Education Committee
Member of Council - JGSGB England
dandr@wenzeds.freeserve.co.uk


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen New publications from JGSGB #general

Derek & Rosemary Wenzerul <Dandr@...>
 

Due to the overwhelming success of our first guide entitled 'A Beginner's
Guide to Jewish Genealogy in Great Britain' (ISBN: 0-9537669-0-X) The
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain will be publishing the
following guides in the 'Jewish Ancestors' series early next year. These are
packed >from cover to cover with useful information and are an absolute must
for both the beginner to genealogy and for those who need inspiration to
continue their research. Whether you are a teenager or a senior citizen,
Jewish or not, these guides will help point you in the right direction.


A Guide to Jewish Genealogy in Germany & Austria (ISBN: 0-9537669-1-8)
which will be published at the beginning of January 2001.
The guide gives an insight into researching your family roots both in these
countries and in the UK. This is an informative guide to the archives of
available records and explains how to obtain the records you thought no
longer existed. In addtion, the guide has sections on registration, the
Holocaust, vital records, kindertransport, alien registration, useful
addresses, census and cemeteries.


A Guide to Jewish Genealogy in Latvia & Estonia (ISBN: 0-9537669-2-6)
which will be published in March 2001.
The guide points you in the right direction for researching your roots in
these countries. Modern and old names of shtetlach are listed. There are
also references to cemeteries, museums and libraries. Resources, addresses
of archives, details and copies of documents, Holocaust information,
internet advice and travel information will all assist in your research.


Both guides are fully referenced with large bibliographies, terms and
phrases, standard letters, maps, using the internet, lists of archives,
Mormon Family History Centres, museums, libraries and much more.


Each guide is priced at £4.50 (UK) - £6.00/US$10 (Overseas - includes
postage). Payment with orders please.

Available by post direct from:
The JGSGB Membership Secretary
PO Box 27061
London, N2 OGT.

For more information about The Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain,
please visit our web site at:
http://www.ort.org/jgsgb


Rosemary Wenzerul
Chairman, Education Committee
Member of Council - JGSGB England
dandr@wenzeds.freeserve.co.uk


CHAIKIN from 18th century #belarus

Udi Cain
 

Dear all.

A Hassidic admor (Rabbi and leader), >from the first wave of Hassidism,
Chaim Chaik'l, was born in Karlin, to a Shmuel, and in 1773, became the
leader of a community in Amdur. We know about three daughters and two
sons of him. We know that we are his descendants through one of his
daughters, possibly his oldest child, most probably the one who married
to Moshe (son of Jacob of Karlin) of Kobrin. Rabbi Moshe Avigdor Chaikin,
a second cousin of my G'grandfather, wrote in 1912 that the Chaikins' of
Shklov, are descendants of the admor.

My G'G'G'grandfather, Zvi Hirsh Chaikin (1784-1883), was burried on the
Mount of Olives, the script on the tombstone was: Rabbi Zvi Hirsh son
of Rabbi Yoel Chaikin.

I read many books about Hassidism and hassids, many letters of the 18th
and 19th century, and I found only one Yoel, not only that he feats to
act as Zvi Hirsh's father, because of the time place situation, he is
the only Hassidic Yoel that I found in those books.

He is first mentioned as Yoel of Smolian, in a letter that admor Abraham
of Kalisk wrote to him >from Zfat in 1778. Than he appears in Tiberias in
1786, where he signs his name, Yoel, son of the late Rabbi Moshe. He
travels back to Russia (1789-1791). Shneor Zalman of Lyadi, the first
admor of Chabad, wrote a letter to his men in Russia, in 1790, asking
them to help Rabbi Yoel in any way that they can and supply him with
gold silver and more. Rabbi Yoel was a very important Hassidic Rabbi,
and was asked to lead the community of Tiberias, after Abraham of
Kalisk's death, but he refused. In a much later list, maybe >from the
beginning of 20th century, a Rabbi Yoel Chaikin of Dobryanka, is listed
as one of the Hassids who copied the "Tania" before it went to
publication in 1797 (the "Tania" is the thoughts of Rabbi Shneor Zalman
of Lyadi, as he put them in writing >from 1783, and actually started
writing his thoughts >from 1769). A copier of the "Tania", was a close
friend of Shneor Zalman, and probably a Hassidic Rabbi, who had his own
community, and took Shneor Zalman's ideas to his community. We know that
Yoel spent time in Shklov, enough time as to signature in an accept that
he gave the book "The Praise of Jerusalem" in 1799, as: Yoel >from Shklov.

We also know that Rabbi Shneor Zalman refereed to him in 1790 as Yoel
from Tiberias, so Yoel >from Shklov, Smolian, and Tiberias are proofed to
be the same man. With regard to the late list of copiers ot the "Tania",
it was written maybe a hundred years after he was last "heard" about (his
last signature appears on a letter >from 1817), I suspect that the
information was given to the rabbi or clerk who made that list, by a
descendant of Yoel, who lived in Dobryanka, and that was maybe the reason
that he is listed Yoel Chaikin >from Dobryanka.

Any clue?

Regards >from Jerusalem.
Udi Cain
(Ehud Menachem Zvi Chaikin).

Please bear in mind, that English has never been my "mother tongue",
I think Hebrew and write English words associatively, so try to
forgive my mistakes, and understand my writing in an associative way.
chaikin@netvision.net.il

------------------
MODERATOR NOTE:
The JewishGen discussion groups are international, so we are many
whose mother tongue is not English -- and therefore think in English!
So there is no need to apologize for mistakes (I have noticed that
even English speaking/writing make mistakes! <VBG>).

Shalom

Moderator of the Belarus, Denmark and Ekaterinoslav Discussion Groups
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark
e-mail: elsebeth@paikin.dk
------------------------------------


Belarus SIG #Belarus CHAIKIN from 18th century #belarus

Udi Cain
 

Dear all.

A Hassidic admor (Rabbi and leader), >from the first wave of Hassidism,
Chaim Chaik'l, was born in Karlin, to a Shmuel, and in 1773, became the
leader of a community in Amdur. We know about three daughters and two
sons of him. We know that we are his descendants through one of his
daughters, possibly his oldest child, most probably the one who married
to Moshe (son of Jacob of Karlin) of Kobrin. Rabbi Moshe Avigdor Chaikin,
a second cousin of my G'grandfather, wrote in 1912 that the Chaikins' of
Shklov, are descendants of the admor.

My G'G'G'grandfather, Zvi Hirsh Chaikin (1784-1883), was burried on the
Mount of Olives, the script on the tombstone was: Rabbi Zvi Hirsh son
of Rabbi Yoel Chaikin.

I read many books about Hassidism and hassids, many letters of the 18th
and 19th century, and I found only one Yoel, not only that he feats to
act as Zvi Hirsh's father, because of the time place situation, he is
the only Hassidic Yoel that I found in those books.

He is first mentioned as Yoel of Smolian, in a letter that admor Abraham
of Kalisk wrote to him >from Zfat in 1778. Than he appears in Tiberias in
1786, where he signs his name, Yoel, son of the late Rabbi Moshe. He
travels back to Russia (1789-1791). Shneor Zalman of Lyadi, the first
admor of Chabad, wrote a letter to his men in Russia, in 1790, asking
them to help Rabbi Yoel in any way that they can and supply him with
gold silver and more. Rabbi Yoel was a very important Hassidic Rabbi,
and was asked to lead the community of Tiberias, after Abraham of
Kalisk's death, but he refused. In a much later list, maybe >from the
beginning of 20th century, a Rabbi Yoel Chaikin of Dobryanka, is listed
as one of the Hassids who copied the "Tania" before it went to
publication in 1797 (the "Tania" is the thoughts of Rabbi Shneor Zalman
of Lyadi, as he put them in writing >from 1783, and actually started
writing his thoughts >from 1769). A copier of the "Tania", was a close
friend of Shneor Zalman, and probably a Hassidic Rabbi, who had his own
community, and took Shneor Zalman's ideas to his community. We know that
Yoel spent time in Shklov, enough time as to signature in an accept that
he gave the book "The Praise of Jerusalem" in 1799, as: Yoel >from Shklov.

We also know that Rabbi Shneor Zalman refereed to him in 1790 as Yoel
from Tiberias, so Yoel >from Shklov, Smolian, and Tiberias are proofed to
be the same man. With regard to the late list of copiers ot the "Tania",
it was written maybe a hundred years after he was last "heard" about (his
last signature appears on a letter >from 1817), I suspect that the
information was given to the rabbi or clerk who made that list, by a
descendant of Yoel, who lived in Dobryanka, and that was maybe the reason
that he is listed Yoel Chaikin >from Dobryanka.

Any clue?

Regards >from Jerusalem.
Udi Cain
(Ehud Menachem Zvi Chaikin).

Please bear in mind, that English has never been my "mother tongue",
I think Hebrew and write English words associatively, so try to
forgive my mistakes, and understand my writing in an associative way.
chaikin@netvision.net.il

------------------
MODERATOR NOTE:
The JewishGen discussion groups are international, so we are many
whose mother tongue is not English -- and therefore think in English!
So there is no need to apologize for mistakes (I have noticed that
even English speaking/writing make mistakes! <VBG>).

Shalom

Moderator of the Belarus, Denmark and Ekaterinoslav Discussion Groups
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark
e-mail: elsebeth@paikin.dk
------------------------------------


WOLODARSKY from Ekaterinoslav #ukraine

Udi Cain
 

Dear all.

I'm looking for the traces of my family members, who got married at the end
of the 1870s' or early 1880s', and who went to live in Ekaterinoslav.
Sima (nee CHAIKIN) married her first cousin, who was a lawyer in
Ekaterinoslav.
A known son, Zvi Hirsh (Gregory), became an agronomist, his sister Paulina,
who may have married a Achiezer TSIRLIN, another sister, Rose.
There may had been another brother, Chaim.
Awake thee keepers of the souls of Ekaterinoslav, and send me a message.

Best regards.
Udi Cain. Jerusalem.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine WOLODARSKY from Ekaterinoslav #ukraine

Udi Cain
 

Dear all.

I'm looking for the traces of my family members, who got married at the end
of the 1870s' or early 1880s', and who went to live in Ekaterinoslav.
Sima (nee CHAIKIN) married her first cousin, who was a lawyer in
Ekaterinoslav.
A known son, Zvi Hirsh (Gregory), became an agronomist, his sister Paulina,
who may have married a Achiezer TSIRLIN, another sister, Rose.
There may had been another brother, Chaim.
Awake thee keepers of the souls of Ekaterinoslav, and send me a message.

Best regards.
Udi Cain. Jerusalem.


REITZES and KUFFNER #general

Georg Gaugusch <georg.gaugusch@...>
 

Dear group,

two new genealogical articles about famous jewish families have been
published in Vienna:
1. About the family Reitzes (Reitzes von Marienwert, Etthofen) in: Adler,
Zeitschrift fuer Genealogie und Heraldik, vol.20 (XXXIV), No.7
(july/september), p.199-213.
2. About the very famous family Kuffner in Lundenburg (Moravia) and Vienna
in: Adler, vol.20 (XXXIV), No.8 (october/december), p.243-251.

Anyone who is interested can contact:
Heraldisch-genealogische Gesellschaft "Adler"
Universitaetsstrasze 6/9b, A-1096 Vienna, Austria

Georg Gaugusch, Vienna


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen REITZES and KUFFNER #general

Georg Gaugusch <georg.gaugusch@...>
 

Dear group,

two new genealogical articles about famous jewish families have been
published in Vienna:
1. About the family Reitzes (Reitzes von Marienwert, Etthofen) in: Adler,
Zeitschrift fuer Genealogie und Heraldik, vol.20 (XXXIV), No.7
(july/september), p.199-213.
2. About the very famous family Kuffner in Lundenburg (Moravia) and Vienna
in: Adler, vol.20 (XXXIV), No.8 (october/december), p.243-251.

Anyone who is interested can contact:
Heraldisch-genealogische Gesellschaft "Adler"
Universitaetsstrasze 6/9b, A-1096 Vienna, Austria

Georg Gaugusch, Vienna