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VOSKOBOYNICK, GLAD - Tulchin connections #general

zerakodesh@...
 

Hello

I have in my possession a picture of Edis VOSKOBOYNICK or some similar
spelling this is the great grandmother of Norma GLAD

There are several othe people on the Tulchin list who are looking for
people with that name. Many of these families have gone to South America.

My interest is in the town of Tulchin. I thought it would be nice to
help connect all these people.
Sholom
Esther Feinstein Sackheim
ZeraKodesh@aol.com


Marriage Record Dates #poland

Jeff Goulden <GouldenJ@...>
 

Can anyone tell me why Polish marriage records have two dates? The record I
am researching has the marriage date as January 2nd/14th, in the year 1859.

Thanks

Jeff Goulden

Goulden and Associates
Work: (253) 222-3265
Fax: (801) 383-9676
Home: (253) 863-3265
Email: GouldenJ@halcyon.com
WWW: http://www.halcyon.com/gouldenj/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen VOSKOBOYNICK, GLAD - Tulchin connections #general

zerakodesh@...
 

Hello

I have in my possession a picture of Edis VOSKOBOYNICK or some similar
spelling this is the great grandmother of Norma GLAD

There are several othe people on the Tulchin list who are looking for
people with that name. Many of these families have gone to South America.

My interest is in the town of Tulchin. I thought it would be nice to
help connect all these people.
Sholom
Esther Feinstein Sackheim
ZeraKodesh@aol.com


JRI Poland #Poland Marriage Record Dates #poland

Jeff Goulden <GouldenJ@...>
 

Can anyone tell me why Polish marriage records have two dates? The record I
am researching has the marriage date as January 2nd/14th, in the year 1859.

Thanks

Jeff Goulden

Goulden and Associates
Work: (253) 222-3265
Fax: (801) 383-9676
Home: (253) 863-3265
Email: GouldenJ@halcyon.com
WWW: http://www.halcyon.com/gouldenj/


TB and Death Certificate #general

George Heister <heister@...>
 

I would like to thank everyone to wrote to me about the death
certificates for the people who had TB. You were most helpful.
Bernice Berman Heister
Looking for: GOLDITCH, PRAGER, SANDLER, CHOSED, SAMSON


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen TB and Death Certificate #general

George Heister <heister@...>
 

I would like to thank everyone to wrote to me about the death
certificates for the people who had TB. You were most helpful.
Bernice Berman Heister
Looking for: GOLDITCH, PRAGER, SANDLER, CHOSED, SAMSON


Re: Relatives Given Up for Adoption #general

MSpearssol@...
 

On Tues, 26 Dec 2000, "Ed Posnak" <ed@posnak.com> wrote:

<< I have recently uncovered evidence that 4 female cousins of mine were
orphaned around 1900 or 1901 in New York City. They stayed with relatives
until three of them were taken away by the local authorities, presumably
to be given up for adoption.

I have their names and months/years of birth - two of them were born in
NYC. Does anyone know how I could possibly find out what happened to
them? Which agencies deal with this sort of thing? >>

SNIP
The following information might be of some help.

Louise Wise Services (formerly The Free Synagogue Child Adoption Committee)
established in 1916 is probably the most important Jewish Adoption Agency in
the world. It had a reputation as a fortress against release of identifying
information to adult adoptees. This agency announced it will now help arrange
reunions if all 3 parties agree [Natural Parent, Adoptive Parent, Adult
Adoptee].

Their address and phone number:

Louise Wise Services
12 E 94Th St
New York, NY
212-876-3050

You might also want to contact:

JCCA - Jewish Child Care Services
120 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
Tel: (212)425-3333 * Fax: (212)425-9397
Attn: Leona M. Ferrer, Disclosure Coordinator

The JCCA is the successor organization for the Wise Services. Leona might be
able to give you the records. I know they give them to those who were in any
of the orphanages that JCCA succeeded. Now as far as adoptions go...I'm not
sure, but it won't hurt to try. But I'm sure they have them, or might be
able to advise how to get them.

Marge Spears-Soloff
Orlando, FL
Mspearssol@aol.com
HNOH Welcome-Jewish Orphanages in the United States
http://www.scruz.net/~elias/hnoh
HNOHalumni@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Relatives Given Up for Adoption #general

MSpearssol@...
 

On Tues, 26 Dec 2000, "Ed Posnak" <ed@posnak.com> wrote:

<< I have recently uncovered evidence that 4 female cousins of mine were
orphaned around 1900 or 1901 in New York City. They stayed with relatives
until three of them were taken away by the local authorities, presumably
to be given up for adoption.

I have their names and months/years of birth - two of them were born in
NYC. Does anyone know how I could possibly find out what happened to
them? Which agencies deal with this sort of thing? >>

SNIP
The following information might be of some help.

Louise Wise Services (formerly The Free Synagogue Child Adoption Committee)
established in 1916 is probably the most important Jewish Adoption Agency in
the world. It had a reputation as a fortress against release of identifying
information to adult adoptees. This agency announced it will now help arrange
reunions if all 3 parties agree [Natural Parent, Adoptive Parent, Adult
Adoptee].

Their address and phone number:

Louise Wise Services
12 E 94Th St
New York, NY
212-876-3050

You might also want to contact:

JCCA - Jewish Child Care Services
120 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
Tel: (212)425-3333 * Fax: (212)425-9397
Attn: Leona M. Ferrer, Disclosure Coordinator

The JCCA is the successor organization for the Wise Services. Leona might be
able to give you the records. I know they give them to those who were in any
of the orphanages that JCCA succeeded. Now as far as adoptions go...I'm not
sure, but it won't hurt to try. But I'm sure they have them, or might be
able to advise how to get them.

Marge Spears-Soloff
Orlando, FL
Mspearssol@aol.com
HNOH Welcome-Jewish Orphanages in the United States
http://www.scruz.net/~elias/hnoh
HNOHalumni@aol.com


Re: Leopold BAER and Mathilde LIPPMAN BAER travelled from Germany to New York in 1848 #usa

Sally Bruckheimer <sallybru@...>
 

To answer Dennis' question,(where to look for Passenger lists in unindexed
NY years) and for everyone else:

Did you try the Hamburg Passenger lists, Alsace Emigration List, Baden
Emigration List (that is where I found my gr grandfather), Alsace Emigration
Lists, and German Emigration Lists? If you are near a LDS Library, all are
available there.

Sally Bruckheimer
Buffalo, NY

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dennis Baer" <dbaer@hoflink.com>
To: "Early American SIG" <earlyamerican@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 27, 2000 7:06 PM
Subject: Leopold BAER and Mathilde LIPPMAN BAER travelled >from Germany to
New York in 1848


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Hello

My great great grandparents Leopold BAER and Mathilde LIPPMAN BAER
travelled >from Germany to New York in 1848. Germans to America does not
cover 1848. I need to find the city >from where they lived which would
appear on a passenger list. Short of looking on every passenger list for
1848, does anyone have information as to where else passengers names would
have gotten indexed for 1848 >from Germany or France or at least the names
of ships travelling to New York in 1848 >from Germany or France.

Leopold Baer, born May 11, 1825 and Mathilde Lippman born in 1826.

Can someone help? I also do not know the parents names of Leopold Baer. I
know the parents names of Mathilde Lippman, namely Lippman Lippman and the
mothers maiden name just listed as Minnie which I do not know if that
refers to the first or last name.

Thank you.

Dennis Baer


Re: Adolph Solomon, Herman and Hannah Weinlaub #usa

hsolomon <hsolomon@...>
 

Sorry that I did not include my location it is Wichita, KS.

Herman Solomon


Early American SIG #USA Re: Leopold BAER and Mathilde LIPPMAN BAER travelled from Germany to New York in 1848 #usa

Sally Bruckheimer <sallybru@...>
 

To answer Dennis' question,(where to look for Passenger lists in unindexed
NY years) and for everyone else:

Did you try the Hamburg Passenger lists, Alsace Emigration List, Baden
Emigration List (that is where I found my gr grandfather), Alsace Emigration
Lists, and German Emigration Lists? If you are near a LDS Library, all are
available there.

Sally Bruckheimer
Buffalo, NY

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dennis Baer" <dbaer@hoflink.com>
To: "Early American SIG" <earlyamerican@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 27, 2000 7:06 PM
Subject: Leopold BAER and Mathilde LIPPMAN BAER travelled >from Germany to
New York in 1848


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Hello

My great great grandparents Leopold BAER and Mathilde LIPPMAN BAER
travelled >from Germany to New York in 1848. Germans to America does not
cover 1848. I need to find the city >from where they lived which would
appear on a passenger list. Short of looking on every passenger list for
1848, does anyone have information as to where else passengers names would
have gotten indexed for 1848 >from Germany or France or at least the names
of ships travelling to New York in 1848 >from Germany or France.

Leopold Baer, born May 11, 1825 and Mathilde Lippman born in 1826.

Can someone help? I also do not know the parents names of Leopold Baer. I
know the parents names of Mathilde Lippman, namely Lippman Lippman and the
mothers maiden name just listed as Minnie which I do not know if that
refers to the first or last name.

Thank you.

Dennis Baer


Early American SIG #USA RE: Adolph Solomon, Herman and Hannah Weinlaub #usa

hsolomon <hsolomon@...>
 

Sorry that I did not include my location it is Wichita, KS.

Herman Solomon


Re: Pre 1842 Richmond, VA -- Jewish families #usa

Ronald R Seagrave <seagraver@...>
 

Would welcome any information on pre-1842 Jewish families living in
Richmond, VA. Especially those that held or employed slaves.

Please E-mail me at seagraver@kirklands.org

Sincerely,
Ronald R. Seagrave,
Senior Director of Program Development

Sergeant Kirkland's Museum and Historical Society, Inc.
8 Yakama Trail
Spotsylvania, VA 22553
Phone 540-582-6296; Fax: 540-582-8312
E-mail: seagraver@kirklands.org
Web: http://www.Kirklands.org


Early American SIG #USA Re: Pre 1842 Richmond, VA -- Jewish families #usa

Ronald R Seagrave <seagraver@...>
 

Would welcome any information on pre-1842 Jewish families living in
Richmond, VA. Especially those that held or employed slaves.

Please E-mail me at seagraver@kirklands.org

Sincerely,
Ronald R. Seagrave,
Senior Director of Program Development

Sergeant Kirkland's Museum and Historical Society, Inc.
8 Yakama Trail
Spotsylvania, VA 22553
Phone 540-582-6296; Fax: 540-582-8312
E-mail: seagraver@kirklands.org
Web: http://www.Kirklands.org


Mashie/Moishe #usa

Rachel Unkefer <runkefer@...>
 

Becky wrote:

Just a thought-but the grandchildren called my paternal
grandmother's "Mashie". "Mashie", >from what I've found is Yiddish
name for 'Mary' or 'Maria'. Pronounced the same way, but spelled
"Moishe" means "Moses."

My grandmother's maiden name was Miller. There are many listings
for Jewish families with the last name "Moishe."

Perhaps her family's last name was Moishe; just a thought.
I am not familiar with that nickname, but it seems highly unlikely
that it would derived >from the surname "Moishe", since that is
ultimately derived >from a patronymic of the man's first name "Moshe".
I doubt that would be a clue to a surname. What you really need to do
is find some sort of Jewish records >from the towns where your
ancestors lived and see if they are listed. This forum is most useful
if you ask questions that are specific to the time and place you are
researching. With luck, there will be others who know something about
how to research that particular question.

Good luck.

Rachel Unkefer
Charlottesville, VA
runkefer@cstone.net


Early American SIG #USA Mashie/Moishe #usa

Rachel Unkefer <runkefer@...>
 

Becky wrote:

Just a thought-but the grandchildren called my paternal
grandmother's "Mashie". "Mashie", >from what I've found is Yiddish
name for 'Mary' or 'Maria'. Pronounced the same way, but spelled
"Moishe" means "Moses."

My grandmother's maiden name was Miller. There are many listings
for Jewish families with the last name "Moishe."

Perhaps her family's last name was Moishe; just a thought.
I am not familiar with that nickname, but it seems highly unlikely
that it would derived >from the surname "Moishe", since that is
ultimately derived >from a patronymic of the man's first name "Moshe".
I doubt that would be a clue to a surname. What you really need to do
is find some sort of Jewish records >from the towns where your
ancestors lived and see if they are listed. This forum is most useful
if you ask questions that are specific to the time and place you are
researching. With luck, there will be others who know something about
how to research that particular question.

Good luck.

Rachel Unkefer
Charlottesville, VA
runkefer@cstone.net


Re: Ogre #latvia

Harold Rhode <hrhode@...>
 

Do you know if you are related to Avigdor AMiel, the late Chief Rabbi of Tel
Aviv?
If so, I've got a chart of his descendants which I'd be happy to share with
you.

Harold Rhode

----- Original Message -----
From: "Alicia Amiel" <aamiel@CapAccess.org>
Subject: [latvia] Ogre


Is anyone familiar with the town of Ogre, Latvia? Did many Jews live in
the town?

Searching LEVENTHAL, RIGA

Alicia Amiel aamiel@capaccess.org

Moderator Note: Ogre is 38km ESE of Riga.Look
just below Riga and Salaspils and you will
see it.


Latvia SIG #Latvia Re: Ogre #latvia

Harold Rhode <hrhode@...>
 

Do you know if you are related to Avigdor AMiel, the late Chief Rabbi of Tel
Aviv?
If so, I've got a chart of his descendants which I'd be happy to share with
you.

Harold Rhode

----- Original Message -----
From: "Alicia Amiel" <aamiel@CapAccess.org>
Subject: [latvia] Ogre


Is anyone familiar with the town of Ogre, Latvia? Did many Jews live in
the town?

Searching LEVENTHAL, RIGA

Alicia Amiel aamiel@capaccess.org

Moderator Note: Ogre is 38km ESE of Riga.Look
just below Riga and Salaspils and you will
see it.


Adolph Solomon, Herman and Hannah Weinlaub #usa

hsolomon <hsolomon@...>
 

My grandfather Adolph SALOMON arrived in the United States in 1866 along
with his sister Rosa and a cousin Virginne BISSENGER. My great-grandfather,
Herman WEINLAUB and his wife Hannah arrived in 1853. All traveled from
Bremen to New York. They then traveled to the lower Mississippi Valley.
The Weinlaub’s traveled then to St. James Parrish, La. The Solomon’s and
Bissinger’s made their way to Nashville, TN and then the Solomon’s traveled
on to Helena, AR. I have often wondered how they made the trip >from New
York to the Lower Mississippi. Does anyone have suggestions?

WEINLAUB is a very rare name in the States. Herman and Hannah had only
daughters. I know of one Weinlaub family living in States. Them immigrated
before and after WWII. This gentleman has two children. In Germany I
recently found six names listed in the telephone database that I intend to
contact. Does anyone have any knowledge of person’s with this name. Herman
and Hannah came >from Prussia.


Herman Solomon

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Early American SIG #USA Adolph Solomon, Herman and Hannah Weinlaub #usa

hsolomon <hsolomon@...>
 

My grandfather Adolph SALOMON arrived in the United States in 1866 along
with his sister Rosa and a cousin Virginne BISSENGER. My great-grandfather,
Herman WEINLAUB and his wife Hannah arrived in 1853. All traveled from
Bremen to New York. They then traveled to the lower Mississippi Valley.
The Weinlaub’s traveled then to St. James Parrish, La. The Solomon’s and
Bissinger’s made their way to Nashville, TN and then the Solomon’s traveled
on to Helena, AR. I have often wondered how they made the trip >from New
York to the Lower Mississippi. Does anyone have suggestions?

WEINLAUB is a very rare name in the States. Herman and Hannah had only
daughters. I know of one Weinlaub family living in States. Them immigrated
before and after WWII. This gentleman has two children. In Germany I
recently found six names listed in the telephone database that I intend to
contact. Does anyone have any knowledge of person’s with this name. Herman
and Hannah came >from Prussia.


Herman Solomon

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