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Rohatyn and Stanislov #yizkorbooks

Ruth Saul <ruthie@...>
 

I am curious. If Rohatyn and Stanislov yiskor books are available,
is there one for Kalush which is close to them and for which I have a
map, undated, and birth documents on some of my family?
Searching SIEGEL, ZIEGEL, SCHUTZ.
Thank you,
Ruth Saul
Ruth Saul
ruthie@fyi.net

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Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks Rohatyn and Stanislov #yizkorbooks

Ruth Saul <ruthie@...>
 

I am curious. If Rohatyn and Stanislov yiskor books are available,
is there one for Kalush which is close to them and for which I have a
map, undated, and birth documents on some of my family?
Searching SIEGEL, ZIEGEL, SCHUTZ.
Thank you,
Ruth Saul
Ruth Saul
ruthie@fyi.net

MODERATOR NOTE: This is an excellent opportunity to remind you all that
you can find the answers to questions like Ruth's by going to
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/database.html. Type in the name of the
town for which you are searching for a Yizkor book, sit back, and revel
in the wealth of information JewishGen puts at your fingertips! By the
way, there is indeed a Kalush Yizkor book.


Re: Translating Pinkas Hakehilot #yizkorbooks

Warren Blatt <wblatt@...>
 

Beverly Shulster <bev7@barak-online.net> wrote:

I wonder if we could have some guidance for uniformity in translation
of the Pinkasei HaKehilot.

In the set of Polish books:
At the start of each chapter is the name of the town and then beneath
it in parentheses are the names of the seats of the higher levels of
government, which would roughly be equivalent to city/county/state
in United States terms. I believe we should be uniform in the words
we use that indicate these divisions. District? Gubernia? what?

Specifically, how should we translate "Nefat" and "Machoz"?

In my particular example, (town) Bukaczowce
NEFAT Rohatyn
MACHOZ Stanislavov

The "Pinkas HaKehillot" volumes are based upon the pre-war boundaries
and jurisdictions. Between the two world wars, Poland was divided
into 16 "wojewodztwa", which were each subdivided into "powiat".

The Hebrew "Makhoz" corresponds to the "wojewodztwo", and the "Nefat"
corresponds to the "powiat". The best English translations for these
two are probably "province" and "district", respectively.

Warren

Warren Blatt
Boston, MA
<wblatt@jewishgen.org>


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks Re: Translating Pinkas Hakehilot #yizkorbooks

Warren Blatt <wblatt@...>
 

Beverly Shulster <bev7@barak-online.net> wrote:

I wonder if we could have some guidance for uniformity in translation
of the Pinkasei HaKehilot.

In the set of Polish books:
At the start of each chapter is the name of the town and then beneath
it in parentheses are the names of the seats of the higher levels of
government, which would roughly be equivalent to city/county/state
in United States terms. I believe we should be uniform in the words
we use that indicate these divisions. District? Gubernia? what?

Specifically, how should we translate "Nefat" and "Machoz"?

In my particular example, (town) Bukaczowce
NEFAT Rohatyn
MACHOZ Stanislavov

The "Pinkas HaKehillot" volumes are based upon the pre-war boundaries
and jurisdictions. Between the two world wars, Poland was divided
into 16 "wojewodztwa", which were each subdivided into "powiat".

The Hebrew "Makhoz" corresponds to the "wojewodztwo", and the "Nefat"
corresponds to the "powiat". The best English translations for these
two are probably "province" and "district", respectively.

Warren

Warren Blatt
Boston, MA
<wblatt@jewishgen.org>


The Ganz Musicians - Weisenau (Mainz, GE) #general

Ernest Kallmann <ekallman@...>
 

David GANZ (1680-1750), a street musician playing in spas, has begot a
descendency of several generations of composers, conductors, all being
also virtuoso soloists.

With an international group of genealogists, we have assembled a
descendant list of over 400 names, spanning 8 generations, the living
descendants not being included. The GANZ (also Gans, Gansz, Gantz,..)
from Weisenau seem not to be connected with their namesakes from
Hannover, Frankfurt/Main or other major cities.

We invite possible unknown descendants to contact us, giving as
comprehensive details as possible on their relationship. We will send them
the full descendant list in the hope that they will assist in extending it
with further "cousins".

Main surnames in the list are : DAEHN, GERNSHEIM, HAMBURG, HERZ,
KAEUFFER, MARX, MOHR, NATHAN, SICHEL, SIMON, STERN.

Limited to 4 generations, this is how the list appears :

1 David GANZ b. 1680 d. 1750
2 Hayum GANZ b. 1720
3 Meyer GANZ b. 1740 d. 22 Apr 1807
m. Esther LOEB b. 1755 d. 19 Jul 1819
4 Joseph GANZ b. Mar 1778 d. 7 Feb 1858
m. Rebekka Friederike FUCHS b. Aug 1795 d. 12 Nov 1852
4 Babette GANZ b. 1783
4 Jeannette Fromet GANZ b. 1785
4 Moise GANZ b. 1787
m. Adelheid GRIEN b. 1800
4 Emmanuel Mendle GANZ b. Dec 1793 d. 6 Aug 1853
m. Rebecca METZGER b. 2 Dec 1816
4 Louis Hayum GANZ b. 1795
m. Mina JACOB b. 1806
3 David the older Hayum GANZ b. 1753 d. 1 Jun 1837
m. Marianne Michele STERN Herz b. 1770 d. 17 Feb 1844
4 Martin Mayer GANZ b. 14 Dec 1795
m. Anna Catharina KIRN d. 6 Nov 1862
4 Sare GANZ b. 5 Mar 1798 d. 13 May 1855
4 Juettle GANZ b. 24 May 1800
4 Herrmann Herz GANZ b. 2 Nov 1802
4 Abraham GANZ b. 24 Apr 1805
4 Kalman GANZ b. 1 Sep 1807
4 Katherine GANZ b. 1809
2 Herz GANZ b. 1725
3 David GANZ b. 1759 d. 17 Jun 1830
m. Eve Bluemle HOCHHEIMER LOEB b. 1766 d. 5 Apr 1845
4 Hermann David (Herz) GANZ (David) b. 22 Oct 1788 d. 25 Jan 1871
m. Julienne SICHEL b. 28 May 1793 d. 17 Apr 1820
m. Gertud SICHEL b. 25 Apr 1796 d. 15 Jun 1871
4 Abraham GANZ b. 16 Feb 1791 d. 23 Jan 1853
m. Nannette HAMBURG b. 12 Oct 1792 d. 6 Dec 1852
4 Aron GANZ b. 4 Nov 1792 d. 6 Jun 1869
m. Eva SICHEL b. 9 Dec 1801 d. 9 Oct 1865
4 Barbe Braeunle GANZ b. 18 May 1795
m. Isidor SCHWAB b. Dec 1787 d. 13 Mar 1869
4 Regine Reichle GANZ b. 12 Jun 1797
4 Sare GANZ b. 3 Sep 1799
m. Joseph KAEUFFER b. 1794
4 Isaak GANZ b. 7 Aug 1801, d. bef. 1808
4 Benjamin GANZ b. 5 Oct 1803 d. 29 May 1883
m. Sara ROTHSCHILD b. 19 Sep 1814 d. 17 Feb 1856
4 Charlotte Baierle GANZ b. 8 Feb 1806 d. 10 Aug 1875
m. Moises HERZ
4 Josephine GANZ b. 11 Apr 1809 d. 6 Mar 1889
m. Benjamin MARX b. 21 Aug 1802 d. 22 Jan 1878
3 Salomon GANZ b. 1761 d. 12 May 1842
m. Karoline Gela SCHLOSS MOISES b. 1768 d. 22 Feb 1848
4 Herrmann Herz GANZ b. 24 Jun 1792 d. 7 Aug 1842
4 Aaron Adolph GANZ b. 14 Oct 1795 d. 11 Nov 1869
m. Johanna HAHN b. 22 Dec 1801 d. 28 Jun 1843
m. Katharina Franziska SCHUNK b. 18 Feb 1820 d. 29 Jun 1867
4 Julienne Julie GANS (GANZ) b. 17 Nov 1797
m. Philippe (Feist) KAEUFFER (Kiewe) b. 2 Mar 1796
4 Saré Sara GANZ b. 24 Sep 1799 d. 5 Nov 1845
4 Moise Salomon Moritz Eduard GANZ b. 13 Sep 1802 d. 22 Jan 1868
4 Leopold Lion Alexander GANZ b. 28 Nov 1806 d. 15 Jun 1869
4 Franziska GANZ b. 28 Jun 1811 d. 10 Mar 1842

There is also a Dutch branch, the patriarch being Joseph (1720-1795),
probably a son of David.
They settled in Cleve, The Hague, and the lower Rhine valley.

Please contact privately : ekallman@club-internet.fr

Ernest Kallmann Suburban France


I can help: russsian translation, Moscow seaching. #general

Sergei Komarov <komarov_sergei@...>
 

Dear Genners!

In order thank you
I have time again and interest and desire to help (unprofetional) somebody
who need
1.translate >from or to Russian or
2.link to your same-surnamers to know if they part of your tree (in
Moscow). Having some experiens in such work ( I wrote to prepare my help
ealier ), I must say that there are not many e-mail useres even in Moscow,
may be 10%. But not very seldom moscovitis knows English to understand,
and you may use phone. I can firstly speak them in Russian about you and
secondly you have to contact youself.
3. May be you need some info about Moscow actual and concretly or about
Russia at all (unconcretly).

The simple deal to phone who you need if he alive und you know address or
phone number. To get info by archive of went times is hard, they say info
to relatives in the most cases.


My own seaching: Goseph Gegerman,b.1919, my father, died in N.Y. 1989.
Lived Chicago 1973 and NY 1974 and he worked(1974-79) as reporter in
the newspaper " Der Alg. F..(I? J?)" in address:
979 42nd street Brooklin N. y.11219
404 Park N.y. 10016

I mind he wrote in German.
May be you met him.

Sergei. Moscow.
Write privetly so.
komarov_sergei@mail.ru


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The Ganz Musicians - Weisenau (Mainz, GE) #general

Ernest Kallmann <ekallman@...>
 

David GANZ (1680-1750), a street musician playing in spas, has begot a
descendency of several generations of composers, conductors, all being
also virtuoso soloists.

With an international group of genealogists, we have assembled a
descendant list of over 400 names, spanning 8 generations, the living
descendants not being included. The GANZ (also Gans, Gansz, Gantz,..)
from Weisenau seem not to be connected with their namesakes from
Hannover, Frankfurt/Main or other major cities.

We invite possible unknown descendants to contact us, giving as
comprehensive details as possible on their relationship. We will send them
the full descendant list in the hope that they will assist in extending it
with further "cousins".

Main surnames in the list are : DAEHN, GERNSHEIM, HAMBURG, HERZ,
KAEUFFER, MARX, MOHR, NATHAN, SICHEL, SIMON, STERN.

Limited to 4 generations, this is how the list appears :

1 David GANZ b. 1680 d. 1750
2 Hayum GANZ b. 1720
3 Meyer GANZ b. 1740 d. 22 Apr 1807
m. Esther LOEB b. 1755 d. 19 Jul 1819
4 Joseph GANZ b. Mar 1778 d. 7 Feb 1858
m. Rebekka Friederike FUCHS b. Aug 1795 d. 12 Nov 1852
4 Babette GANZ b. 1783
4 Jeannette Fromet GANZ b. 1785
4 Moise GANZ b. 1787
m. Adelheid GRIEN b. 1800
4 Emmanuel Mendle GANZ b. Dec 1793 d. 6 Aug 1853
m. Rebecca METZGER b. 2 Dec 1816
4 Louis Hayum GANZ b. 1795
m. Mina JACOB b. 1806
3 David the older Hayum GANZ b. 1753 d. 1 Jun 1837
m. Marianne Michele STERN Herz b. 1770 d. 17 Feb 1844
4 Martin Mayer GANZ b. 14 Dec 1795
m. Anna Catharina KIRN d. 6 Nov 1862
4 Sare GANZ b. 5 Mar 1798 d. 13 May 1855
4 Juettle GANZ b. 24 May 1800
4 Herrmann Herz GANZ b. 2 Nov 1802
4 Abraham GANZ b. 24 Apr 1805
4 Kalman GANZ b. 1 Sep 1807
4 Katherine GANZ b. 1809
2 Herz GANZ b. 1725
3 David GANZ b. 1759 d. 17 Jun 1830
m. Eve Bluemle HOCHHEIMER LOEB b. 1766 d. 5 Apr 1845
4 Hermann David (Herz) GANZ (David) b. 22 Oct 1788 d. 25 Jan 1871
m. Julienne SICHEL b. 28 May 1793 d. 17 Apr 1820
m. Gertud SICHEL b. 25 Apr 1796 d. 15 Jun 1871
4 Abraham GANZ b. 16 Feb 1791 d. 23 Jan 1853
m. Nannette HAMBURG b. 12 Oct 1792 d. 6 Dec 1852
4 Aron GANZ b. 4 Nov 1792 d. 6 Jun 1869
m. Eva SICHEL b. 9 Dec 1801 d. 9 Oct 1865
4 Barbe Braeunle GANZ b. 18 May 1795
m. Isidor SCHWAB b. Dec 1787 d. 13 Mar 1869
4 Regine Reichle GANZ b. 12 Jun 1797
4 Sare GANZ b. 3 Sep 1799
m. Joseph KAEUFFER b. 1794
4 Isaak GANZ b. 7 Aug 1801, d. bef. 1808
4 Benjamin GANZ b. 5 Oct 1803 d. 29 May 1883
m. Sara ROTHSCHILD b. 19 Sep 1814 d. 17 Feb 1856
4 Charlotte Baierle GANZ b. 8 Feb 1806 d. 10 Aug 1875
m. Moises HERZ
4 Josephine GANZ b. 11 Apr 1809 d. 6 Mar 1889
m. Benjamin MARX b. 21 Aug 1802 d. 22 Jan 1878
3 Salomon GANZ b. 1761 d. 12 May 1842
m. Karoline Gela SCHLOSS MOISES b. 1768 d. 22 Feb 1848
4 Herrmann Herz GANZ b. 24 Jun 1792 d. 7 Aug 1842
4 Aaron Adolph GANZ b. 14 Oct 1795 d. 11 Nov 1869
m. Johanna HAHN b. 22 Dec 1801 d. 28 Jun 1843
m. Katharina Franziska SCHUNK b. 18 Feb 1820 d. 29 Jun 1867
4 Julienne Julie GANS (GANZ) b. 17 Nov 1797
m. Philippe (Feist) KAEUFFER (Kiewe) b. 2 Mar 1796
4 Saré Sara GANZ b. 24 Sep 1799 d. 5 Nov 1845
4 Moise Salomon Moritz Eduard GANZ b. 13 Sep 1802 d. 22 Jan 1868
4 Leopold Lion Alexander GANZ b. 28 Nov 1806 d. 15 Jun 1869
4 Franziska GANZ b. 28 Jun 1811 d. 10 Mar 1842

There is also a Dutch branch, the patriarch being Joseph (1720-1795),
probably a son of David.
They settled in Cleve, The Hague, and the lower Rhine valley.

Please contact privately : ekallman@club-internet.fr

Ernest Kallmann Suburban France


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen I can help: russsian translation, Moscow seaching. #general

Sergei Komarov <komarov_sergei@...>
 

Dear Genners!

In order thank you
I have time again and interest and desire to help (unprofetional) somebody
who need
1.translate >from or to Russian or
2.link to your same-surnamers to know if they part of your tree (in
Moscow). Having some experiens in such work ( I wrote to prepare my help
ealier ), I must say that there are not many e-mail useres even in Moscow,
may be 10%. But not very seldom moscovitis knows English to understand,
and you may use phone. I can firstly speak them in Russian about you and
secondly you have to contact youself.
3. May be you need some info about Moscow actual and concretly or about
Russia at all (unconcretly).

The simple deal to phone who you need if he alive und you know address or
phone number. To get info by archive of went times is hard, they say info
to relatives in the most cases.


My own seaching: Goseph Gegerman,b.1919, my father, died in N.Y. 1989.
Lived Chicago 1973 and NY 1974 and he worked(1974-79) as reporter in
the newspaper " Der Alg. F..(I? J?)" in address:
979 42nd street Brooklin N. y.11219
404 Park N.y. 10016

I mind he wrote in German.
May be you met him.

Sergei. Moscow.
Write privetly so.
komarov_sergei@mail.ru


Kolomyia #ukraine

Harriet Brown <hnbrown@...>
 

Hello all,

Someone brought this site to my attention, and I thought you might be
interested.

I have no commercial interest in the site; nor do I make any
representations about the accuracy of the information contained thereon.

Enjoy!

--Harriet Brown
Madison, WI

http://kolomyia.com
[NOTE: Most of the information is in Ukrainian]


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Kolomyia #ukraine

Harriet Brown <hnbrown@...>
 

Hello all,

Someone brought this site to my attention, and I thought you might be
interested.

I have no commercial interest in the site; nor do I make any
representations about the accuracy of the information contained thereon.

Enjoy!

--Harriet Brown
Madison, WI

http://kolomyia.com
[NOTE: Most of the information is in Ukrainian]


Re: Grechevsky/Greek #ukraine

Roberta Sheps <roberta_l_sheps@...>
 

Mark Saul wrote:



The northern shore of
the Black Sea was colonized by Greeks very early. I have tried in vain to get information on this, other than some bits and pieces >from linguistic
maps or historical atlases.

Does anyone know if there was a continuous Greek community in the Southern Ukraine >from ancient times? Or was the colonization more recent?


Dear Mark,

When you say "historical atlases", have you included Professor Paul
Robert Magocsi's "UKRAINE: A Historical Atlas"? He does say a bit about
Greek colonists >from Miletis establishing colonies along the Black Sea
Coast in about 250 BCE, and later (after 63 BCE) forming a
Greek-Scythian-Samartian civilization in the Bosporus area and the whole
Crimea and other cities on the northern coast under Rome that lasted at
least until 250 CE.

Later on in the book, he says that the Black Sea Greek cities survived
the waves of invasion between 250 and 600 by the Goths, Huns, Avars,
Bulgars and Chazars, and continued with Byzantine protection until the
11th century.

In the nineteenth century there apparently were still a few Greek
enclaves in the Crimea and further east, in Katerynoslav (his spelling),
province.

He lists a number of sources at the back, but these are all either in
Ukrainian or German. I don't know what kind of response you'd get, but
you could try writing him directly and asking for names of more detailed
references in English. He is Chair of Ukrainian Studies at the
University of Toronto.

Good luck,


Roberta Sheps
Colchester, England


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Fwd: Grechevsky/Greek #ukraine

Roberta Sheps <roberta_l_sheps@...>
 

Mark Saul wrote:



The northern shore of
the Black Sea was colonized by Greeks very early. I have tried in vain to get information on this, other than some bits and pieces >from linguistic
maps or historical atlases.

Does anyone know if there was a continuous Greek community in the Southern Ukraine >from ancient times? Or was the colonization more recent?


Dear Mark,

When you say "historical atlases", have you included Professor Paul
Robert Magocsi's "UKRAINE: A Historical Atlas"? He does say a bit about
Greek colonists >from Miletis establishing colonies along the Black Sea
Coast in about 250 BCE, and later (after 63 BCE) forming a
Greek-Scythian-Samartian civilization in the Bosporus area and the whole
Crimea and other cities on the northern coast under Rome that lasted at
least until 250 CE.

Later on in the book, he says that the Black Sea Greek cities survived
the waves of invasion between 250 and 600 by the Goths, Huns, Avars,
Bulgars and Chazars, and continued with Byzantine protection until the
11th century.

In the nineteenth century there apparently were still a few Greek
enclaves in the Crimea and further east, in Katerynoslav (his spelling),
province.

He lists a number of sources at the back, but these are all either in
Ukrainian or German. I don't know what kind of response you'd get, but
you could try writing him directly and asking for names of more detailed
references in English. He is Chair of Ukrainian Studies at the
University of Toronto.

Good luck,


Roberta Sheps
Colchester, England


Re: Kehilla 2 #galicia

Josef A. Herz <josef@...>
 

Suzan -

Can I assume that the reference to the archive is to the Ukraine
State Archive in Lviv.
If not - than what?

TIA

At 8:01 PM -0500 3/2/01, Suzan Wynne wrote:
...stuff deleted....

There are records of some of the Kehillot....the Archives in Lviv have
many of the surviving records for the Eastern part of Galicia. Records
for Western Galician Kehillot may be scattered about in the Krakow
Archives and here and there in other archival repositiories but,
frankly, most are gone.
--
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Josef Herz


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Kehilla 2 #galicia

Josef A. Herz <josef@...>
 

Suzan -

Can I assume that the reference to the archive is to the Ukraine
State Archive in Lviv.
If not - than what?

TIA

At 8:01 PM -0500 3/2/01, Suzan Wynne wrote:
...stuff deleted....

There are records of some of the Kehillot....the Archives in Lviv have
many of the surviving records for the Eastern part of Galicia. Records
for Western Galician Kehillot may be scattered about in the Krakow
Archives and here and there in other archival repositiories but,
frankly, most are gone.
--
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Josef Herz


Subject Kehilla clarification #galicia

Avrohom Krauss <avkrauss@...>
 

Just to clarify my question about who were the rabbis responsible for
records, I cannot make definitive claims about this issue and wish to ask a
question rather than make a statement . I would like to know whether record
manipulation on a large scale occured in Galicia (I cannot judge >from the
records I received >from Poland, as they seem reliable) and whether, or not,
anecdotal references to Jews avoiding or misleading the authorities,
included the rabbi record keepers or just the gentile authorities. Did the
rabbis in charge of records side with the government (in which case the Jews
could have viewed him with suspicion and give erroneous information when
possible) or did those rabbis themselves try to alter the facts to protect
their brethren? I ask this questions in particular regarding Galacia, but
this issues need to be addressed regarding every location, including Russia.
I used the Russian government in my last post as an example, given their
notoriety in abducting Jewish children for long term military service where
record manipulation, to some degree, seems to be taken for granted. But in
truth I wish not to implicate any rabbi, including crown rabbis (even one)
as accomplices without evidence. Although it would be wrong to make
generalizations, since there were respectable crown rabbis, regarding the
general reliablity of records, we need to know whether they were the rule or
the exception. Does anyone know about Galicia and Russia and have sources?

Avrohom Krauss
Telz-Stone Israel


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Subject Kehilla clarification #galicia

Avrohom Krauss <avkrauss@...>
 

Just to clarify my question about who were the rabbis responsible for
records, I cannot make definitive claims about this issue and wish to ask a
question rather than make a statement . I would like to know whether record
manipulation on a large scale occured in Galicia (I cannot judge >from the
records I received >from Poland, as they seem reliable) and whether, or not,
anecdotal references to Jews avoiding or misleading the authorities,
included the rabbi record keepers or just the gentile authorities. Did the
rabbis in charge of records side with the government (in which case the Jews
could have viewed him with suspicion and give erroneous information when
possible) or did those rabbis themselves try to alter the facts to protect
their brethren? I ask this questions in particular regarding Galacia, but
this issues need to be addressed regarding every location, including Russia.
I used the Russian government in my last post as an example, given their
notoriety in abducting Jewish children for long term military service where
record manipulation, to some degree, seems to be taken for granted. But in
truth I wish not to implicate any rabbi, including crown rabbis (even one)
as accomplices without evidence. Although it would be wrong to make
generalizations, since there were respectable crown rabbis, regarding the
general reliablity of records, we need to know whether they were the rule or
the exception. Does anyone know about Galicia and Russia and have sources?

Avrohom Krauss
Telz-Stone Israel


Re: "Help with Brussels research". #general

"Bousse Jan" <boussejan@...>
 

I would also recommend that, they have been very helpful to me. Sadly, what
they know best is which people were deported and did not come back. But do
try them, and if you need more help, you can also mail me directly. I am not
living in Brussels, but I can phone and speak to people that I know.

Jan Bousse, Oostende, Belgium
mailto:boussejan@pandora.be

Willie Glaser <velvel@istar.ca> schreef in berichtnieuws
003901c0a522$4b0713c0$10b5059a@default...


I suggest you contact: Joods Museum van Deportatie en Verzet,
Goswin de Stassartstraat 153, B - 2800 Mechelen, Belgium.
Tel: (015) 29 06 60, Fax: (015) 29 08 76.
E-mail: pmj@link.be Internet: http://www.cicb.be


Port of "New York" - Thanks #general

Michael Palmer <mpalmer@...>
 

Thanks to all of you who answered my question about my uncle who came
from Montreal to New York!!
Michael Palmer
Mansfield/Storrs Connecticut, USA
mpalmer@neca.com

SHALMUK ?, SHOLMACK? Amdur?, Russia -> Middletown, Connecticut
WOLF Krynki, Poland ->Middletown, Connecticut
GLOTZER -> Pinsk, Russia->Hartford, Connecticut
KAPLAN -> Pinsk,Russia -> Hartford, Connecticut (all in the early 1900s)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: "Help with Brussels research". #general

"Bousse Jan" <boussejan@...>
 

I would also recommend that, they have been very helpful to me. Sadly, what
they know best is which people were deported and did not come back. But do
try them, and if you need more help, you can also mail me directly. I am not
living in Brussels, but I can phone and speak to people that I know.

Jan Bousse, Oostende, Belgium
mailto:boussejan@pandora.be

Willie Glaser <velvel@istar.ca> schreef in berichtnieuws
003901c0a522$4b0713c0$10b5059a@default...


I suggest you contact: Joods Museum van Deportatie en Verzet,
Goswin de Stassartstraat 153, B - 2800 Mechelen, Belgium.
Tel: (015) 29 06 60, Fax: (015) 29 08 76.
E-mail: pmj@link.be Internet: http://www.cicb.be


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Port of "New York" - Thanks #general

Michael Palmer <mpalmer@...>
 

Thanks to all of you who answered my question about my uncle who came
from Montreal to New York!!
Michael Palmer
Mansfield/Storrs Connecticut, USA
mpalmer@neca.com

SHALMUK ?, SHOLMACK? Amdur?, Russia -> Middletown, Connecticut
WOLF Krynki, Poland ->Middletown, Connecticut
GLOTZER -> Pinsk, Russia->Hartford, Connecticut
KAPLAN -> Pinsk,Russia -> Hartford, Connecticut (all in the early 1900s)