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Prague #general

Susan Lieberman <viukerville@...>
 

I have the 1938 Prague (CZ) and suburbs telephone directory. Addresses and
in some cases occupations of subscribers are listed.

Would be happy to do a lookup if anyone needs such information.

Thomas Reiner
New York / Manhattan and Univ. of Pennsylvania
viukerville@...


Searching:Chalke or Chaike WEIDE nee Wacholder, Koskowola to USA #general

CRudaNYC@...
 

In their post-WW11 records, the International Tracing Service in Arolsen,
Germany, had a reference to Chalke Wacholder WEIDE, issued 12 April 1948,
unknown address in the USA. I have been told that the name Chalke is not
a known name and might possibly have been mis-read >from a typewritten
rendering of Chaike.

Does anyone know this particular person who would have come >from around
Konskowola, Poland.

Can anyone help with the given name of Chalke or Chaike and suggest what
name she might have taken when she got to the US. I have tried "Ida" at
the suggestion of an Israeli researcher.

I have searched the Jewish Family Finder, Jewish Gen Archives, Port of NY
passenger arrivals, NYC naturalizations, [no reason to think she was or
was not in NY], and SSDI.

Caroline Ruda
New York City, USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Prague #general

Susan Lieberman <viukerville@...>
 

I have the 1938 Prague (CZ) and suburbs telephone directory. Addresses and
in some cases occupations of subscribers are listed.

Would be happy to do a lookup if anyone needs such information.

Thomas Reiner
New York / Manhattan and Univ. of Pennsylvania
viukerville@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching:Chalke or Chaike WEIDE nee Wacholder, Koskowola to USA #general

CRudaNYC@...
 

In their post-WW11 records, the International Tracing Service in Arolsen,
Germany, had a reference to Chalke Wacholder WEIDE, issued 12 April 1948,
unknown address in the USA. I have been told that the name Chalke is not
a known name and might possibly have been mis-read >from a typewritten
rendering of Chaike.

Does anyone know this particular person who would have come >from around
Konskowola, Poland.

Can anyone help with the given name of Chalke or Chaike and suggest what
name she might have taken when she got to the US. I have tried "Ida" at
the suggestion of an Israeli researcher.

I have searched the Jewish Family Finder, Jewish Gen Archives, Port of NY
passenger arrivals, NYC naturalizations, [no reason to think she was or
was not in NY], and SSDI.

Caroline Ruda
New York City, USA


Re: watercarriers #belarus

Steven J. Rosen
 

I have the section on watercarriers that Milt Botwinick mentioned >from the
Isaacson mansucript on Radoshkovich, and will provide it to anybody who gives
a fax number. --Steve Rosen, Rosen20817@...


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: watercarriers #belarus

Steven J. Rosen
 

I have the section on watercarriers that Milt Botwinick mentioned >from the
Isaacson mansucript on Radoshkovich, and will provide it to anybody who gives
a fax number. --Steve Rosen, Rosen20817@...


TROTSKY request for information #belarus

Phrases1@...
 

TROTSKY Berko ben Vulf, age 30
TROTSKY Khasia bat Berko V' Malka, age 8
TROTSKY Malka bat Meer, age 31
appear in the 1858 Lida census for the town of Voronovo.
That was Vilna guberniya, Lithuania, now Grodno Oblast,
Belarus, an area contiguous to Slonim.
More information about Lida uezd can be found at
http://members.nbci.com/newhoir/lida-site/lida-dist.htm
Hope the information is useful to Udi.
Ellen Sadove Renck
Coordinator, Lida District Researchers

In a message dated 12/16/2000 12:57:19 AM Eastern Standard Time,
belarus@... writes:

<< From: "Udi Cain" <chaikin@...>
Date: Sat, 16 Dec 2000 02:05:58 +0200
X-Message-Number: 5

Dear all.

My G'G'G'grandmother, Sarah (nee ?), got married to Sinai Trotsky, in the
1820s'/30s' (my G'G'grandmother, Miriam Batia Trotsky-Zalaznik, their
daughter, had her first son in 1856). Sarah was a descendant of Yom Tov
Lipman Halevi Heller, who died in 1654.
Both Sarah and Sinai, were perhaps >from Slonim. Did any one met that name in
Slonim? Another possibility is Berdichev or Zhitomir, in the Ukraine.

Regards >from Jerusalem. Udi Cain.

>>


Belarus SIG #Belarus TROTSKY request for information #belarus

Phrases1@...
 

TROTSKY Berko ben Vulf, age 30
TROTSKY Khasia bat Berko V' Malka, age 8
TROTSKY Malka bat Meer, age 31
appear in the 1858 Lida census for the town of Voronovo.
That was Vilna guberniya, Lithuania, now Grodno Oblast,
Belarus, an area contiguous to Slonim.
More information about Lida uezd can be found at
http://members.nbci.com/newhoir/lida-site/lida-dist.htm
Hope the information is useful to Udi.
Ellen Sadove Renck
Coordinator, Lida District Researchers

In a message dated 12/16/2000 12:57:19 AM Eastern Standard Time,
belarus@... writes:

<< From: "Udi Cain" <chaikin@...>
Date: Sat, 16 Dec 2000 02:05:58 +0200
X-Message-Number: 5

Dear all.

My G'G'G'grandmother, Sarah (nee ?), got married to Sinai Trotsky, in the
1820s'/30s' (my G'G'grandmother, Miriam Batia Trotsky-Zalaznik, their
daughter, had her first son in 1856). Sarah was a descendant of Yom Tov
Lipman Halevi Heller, who died in 1654.
Both Sarah and Sinai, were perhaps >from Slonim. Did any one met that name in
Slonim? Another possibility is Berdichev or Zhitomir, in the Ukraine.

Regards >from Jerusalem. Udi Cain.

>>


RATOWSKY #general

Mel Comisarow <melcom@...>
 

Also RITAVSKIJs in the 1874 Ariogala census.

In article <20001215163443.12088.00005569@...>,
sherribob@... (Sherribob) wrote:

On my gggf's stone in Ariogala, Lithuania
<snip>
"R(eb) Yosef son of R(eb) Menachem Abel HaLevi Ritavsky"
--
Mel Comisarow
melcom@...


Re: 3-digit Notations on 1920 Census #general

DonnDevine@...
 

Michael Steinore wrote:

<< At least they didn't use a punchcard system....
>>

But they did--starting with the 1890 Census. Hollerith developed the
original punched card with rectangular holes (I never heard the punch-outs
called "chads" until last month) to compile the 1890 census statistics,
and they were used in each following census until 1950. The 1960 census
was compiled using the Univac computer.

Donn Devine, CG, CGI
Wilmington DE


Feyga NEIHAUS, Poland to Israel #general

Lthorpe883@...
 

Hi All-
I have learned that my grandfather, Jacob NAYHOUSE/NEJHAUS had a sister,
Feyga Ryza NEIHAUS, born 1871 in Sejny, Poland, who emigrated to Israel
and married and died there. Unfortunately, I do not know her married name.

Is there any way that I might find her in Israel -- marriage records?

I would be grateful for any suggestions.

Thanks in advance.

Regards-

Linda Thorpe (TROTZKY) Caciola
Venice, CA USA


Death and Cemetery Brickwall in London? UK #general

JPLowens@...
 

My great great grandmother died while visiting her daughter in London.
In a tape recorded interview with my grandmother (1964) I was told that
she was buried in London in the family plot of her daughter, Caroline
(Lena) Straus Oppenheimer in 1866.

The 1866 date is not correct. My grandmother misspoke there and the
date of death and burial is probably 1876, 86 or 96.

A daughter of Lena Straus Oppenheimer is still living. She has told me
that her family burial plot is not in London but in Stoke Poges and that
does not contain the grave I am seeking.

She thought that the cemetery might have been called Goldner's Green
in London.

So I am seeking a death record and burial site for a person whose date of
death is not known.

The name is Rosa aka Caroline Straus (nee Goetz) b. October, 1820 in
Hochspeyer, RheinPfalz, Bavaria. She was a German or Bavarian citizen
visiting London when she died.

I'll be in London for the Conference this summer and would like to try to
find a death record and grave for my GG Grandmother.

Can anyone help me decide where to start? Is there any special register
of non-resident alien deaths in the UK?

Are London deaths during the years 1876-1900 recorded in a way that would
allow an efficient search for a death on an unknown date?

Is anyone familiar with a cemetery called Goldner's Green and might there
be a register of burials there?

This is a problem I don't know how to solve and any informed suggestions
would be most appreciated.

John Paul Lowens New York JPL25@...


Woodbine, and So. NJ #general

joan breslow <webjoan@...>
 

The Phila Jewish Archives will use the papers of Zelda Meranze in a
repository mode, and can be researched at the Balch Institute. Appts.
are necessary; their staff is very small.

Joan in Calif.


Enfield Cemetery burial listings online #general

Phrases1@...
 

http://www.jgsgb.ort.org/bury02al.htm: burials A-L [December 2000]
http://www.jgsgb.ort.org/bury02mz.htm burials M-Z [December 2000]
are the sites of the Enfield Cemetery burial listings.
Ellen Sadove Renck - NY

In a message dated 12/16/2000 1:08:01 AM Eastern Standard Time,
jewishgen@... writes:

<< This week I phoned Adath Yisroel Burial Society and they told me that
they have no records on computer. You must provide the surname and year
of death for them to look them up in their books.

Lancy Spalter
Kfar Tavor, Israel >>


JGSGB website (Re: Enfield Cemetery London) #general

shaul <shaul@...>
 

This refers to the website of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great
Britain http://www.jgsgb.ort.org

David Rundo <djar5@...> on Fri, 15 Dec 2000 asked in conenction
with Enfield Cemetery London
What is this wonderful website?

Bert Lazerow wrote:
<<At a website, I found 3 people buried at Enfield Cemetery
London >from the Adath Yisroel Burial Society Records. They list the name,
date of burial, and location within the cemetery.>>


Dr Saul Issroff
London2001 - 21st International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
8-13 July 2001 www.jewishgen.org/london2001
info.london2001@...


GOUDSMIT #general

cpspier <cpspier@...>
 

If Serena de Rita will contact me with a postal address, I have information
for her. Her e-mail address <yaronho@...> does not seem to be
working.

Paula Spier
Brewster, MA
cpspier@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RATOWSKY #general

Mel Comisarow <melcom@...>
 

Also RITAVSKIJs in the 1874 Ariogala census.

In article <20001215163443.12088.00005569@...>,
sherribob@... (Sherribob) wrote:

On my gggf's stone in Ariogala, Lithuania
<snip>
"R(eb) Yosef son of R(eb) Menachem Abel HaLevi Ritavsky"
--
Mel Comisarow
melcom@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Re: 3-digit Notations on 1920 Census #general

DonnDevine@...
 

Michael Steinore wrote:

<< At least they didn't use a punchcard system....
>>

But they did--starting with the 1890 Census. Hollerith developed the
original punched card with rectangular holes (I never heard the punch-outs
called "chads" until last month) to compile the 1890 census statistics,
and they were used in each following census until 1950. The 1960 census
was compiled using the Univac computer.

Donn Devine, CG, CGI
Wilmington DE


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Feyga NEIHAUS, Poland to Israel #general

Lthorpe883@...
 

Hi All-
I have learned that my grandfather, Jacob NAYHOUSE/NEJHAUS had a sister,
Feyga Ryza NEIHAUS, born 1871 in Sejny, Poland, who emigrated to Israel
and married and died there. Unfortunately, I do not know her married name.

Is there any way that I might find her in Israel -- marriage records?

I would be grateful for any suggestions.

Thanks in advance.

Regards-

Linda Thorpe (TROTZKY) Caciola
Venice, CA USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Death and Cemetery Brickwall in London? UK #general

JPLowens@...
 

My great great grandmother died while visiting her daughter in London.
In a tape recorded interview with my grandmother (1964) I was told that
she was buried in London in the family plot of her daughter, Caroline
(Lena) Straus Oppenheimer in 1866.

The 1866 date is not correct. My grandmother misspoke there and the
date of death and burial is probably 1876, 86 or 96.

A daughter of Lena Straus Oppenheimer is still living. She has told me
that her family burial plot is not in London but in Stoke Poges and that
does not contain the grave I am seeking.

She thought that the cemetery might have been called Goldner's Green
in London.

So I am seeking a death record and burial site for a person whose date of
death is not known.

The name is Rosa aka Caroline Straus (nee Goetz) b. October, 1820 in
Hochspeyer, RheinPfalz, Bavaria. She was a German or Bavarian citizen
visiting London when she died.

I'll be in London for the Conference this summer and would like to try to
find a death record and grave for my GG Grandmother.

Can anyone help me decide where to start? Is there any special register
of non-resident alien deaths in the UK?

Are London deaths during the years 1876-1900 recorded in a way that would
allow an efficient search for a death on an unknown date?

Is anyone familiar with a cemetery called Goldner's Green and might there
be a register of burials there?

This is a problem I don't know how to solve and any informed suggestions
would be most appreciated.

John Paul Lowens New York JPL25@...