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South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica "Scrolls of Testimony" Specially Priced on the JewishGenMall #southafrica

Carol Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

Our JewishGen Mall managers are pleased to let you know that the
Presentation Edition of one of the most moving chronicles of the
Holocaust, "Scrolls of Testimony" by the award-winning
Israeli writer Abba Kovner is available at the a very
special price of $79.95 for a limited time only. Normally
this book, written in the Jewish tradition of megillot or scrolls,
retails for $100.

More important than the advantageous price reduction is that this
compelling book...this testimony of the author interwoven with
eyewitness accounts of others, notes and excerpts of poetry
and prose, even last wills and testaments is an almost
liturgical account of the greatest tragedy to befall our
people.

Regarded by many as one of the great masterpieces of Holocaust literature,
"Scrolls of Testimony" took over ten years to research and write. The English
translation was a monumental effort accomplished by Dr. Edward Levenston,
former professor of English linguistics at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
The haunting paintings are by Samuel Bak, who, like Kovner, is a survivor
of the Vilna Ghetto.

Both the Presentation Issue and the regular edition are truly treasures.
Both are available now at reduced prices

http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgenmall

The quickest way to find them is to click on the Browse button on the left
hand side of the Mall page and scroll down to the Specially
Priced section. Click on the words Specially Priced.

"Scrolls of Testimony" in both the Presentation Issue and the regular
edition will be listed. Click on the title for further
information about the book, and if you wish to purchase,
just click on the ADD button which will add the book to
your shopping cart.


Every purchase in the JewishGenMall helps us meet our operations budget, so
when you make a purchase, you are helping JewishGen!

many thanks in advance for visiting
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgenmall

Carol Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Operations


"Scrolls of Testimony" Specially Priced on the JewishGenMall #courland #latvia

Carol Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

Our JewishGen Mall managers are pleased to let you know that the
Presentation Edition of one of the most moving chronicles of the
Holocaust, "Scrolls of Testimony" by the award-winning
Israeli writer Abba Kovner is available at the a very
special price of $79.95 for a limited time only. Normally
this book, written in the Jewish tradition of megillot or scrolls,
retails for $100.

More important than the advantageous price reduction is that this
compelling book...this testimony of the author interwoven with
eyewitness accounts of others, notes and excerpts of poetry
and prose, even last wills and testaments is an almost
liturgical account of the greatest tragedy to befall our
people.

Regarded by many as one of the great masterpieces of Holocaust literature,
"Scrolls of Testimony" took over ten years to research and write. The English
translation was a monumental effort accomplished by Dr. Edward Levenston,
former professor of English linguistics at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
The haunting paintings are by Samuel Bak, who, like Kovner, is a survivor
of the Vilna Ghetto.

Both the Presentation Issue and the regular edition are truly treasures.
Both are available now at reduced prices

http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgenmall

The quickest way to find them is to click on the Browse button on the left
hand side of the Mall page and scroll down to the Specially
Priced section. Click on the words Specially Priced.

"Scrolls of Testimony" in both the Presentation Issue and the regular
edition will be listed. Click on the title for further
information about the book, and if you wish to purchase,
just click on the ADD button which will add the book to
your shopping cart.


Every purchase in the JewishGenMall helps us meet our operations budget, so
when you make a purchase, you are helping JewishGen!

many thanks in advance for visiting
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgenmall

Carol Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Operations


"Scrolls of Testimony" Specially Priced on the JewishGenMall #southafrica

Carol Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

Our JewishGen Mall managers are pleased to let you know that the
Presentation Edition of one of the most moving chronicles of the
Holocaust, "Scrolls of Testimony" by the award-winning
Israeli writer Abba Kovner is available at the a very
special price of $79.95 for a limited time only. Normally
this book, written in the Jewish tradition of megillot or scrolls,
retails for $100.

More important than the advantageous price reduction is that this
compelling book...this testimony of the author interwoven with
eyewitness accounts of others, notes and excerpts of poetry
and prose, even last wills and testaments is an almost
liturgical account of the greatest tragedy to befall our
people.

Regarded by many as one of the great masterpieces of Holocaust literature,
"Scrolls of Testimony" took over ten years to research and write. The English
translation was a monumental effort accomplished by Dr. Edward Levenston,
former professor of English linguistics at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
The haunting paintings are by Samuel Bak, who, like Kovner, is a survivor
of the Vilna Ghetto.

Both the Presentation Issue and the regular edition are truly treasures.
Both are available now at reduced prices

http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgenmall

The quickest way to find them is to click on the Browse button on the left
hand side of the Mall page and scroll down to the Specially
Priced section. Click on the words Specially Priced.

"Scrolls of Testimony" in both the Presentation Issue and the regular
edition will be listed. Click on the title for further
information about the book, and if you wish to purchase,
just click on the ADD button which will add the book to
your shopping cart.


Every purchase in the JewishGenMall helps us meet our operations budget, so
when you make a purchase, you are helping JewishGen!

many thanks in advance for visiting
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgenmall

Carol Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Operations


Courland SIG #Courland #Latvia "Scrolls of Testimony" Specially Priced on the JewishGenMall #courland #latvia

Carol Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

Our JewishGen Mall managers are pleased to let you know that the
Presentation Edition of one of the most moving chronicles of the
Holocaust, "Scrolls of Testimony" by the award-winning
Israeli writer Abba Kovner is available at the a very
special price of $79.95 for a limited time only. Normally
this book, written in the Jewish tradition of megillot or scrolls,
retails for $100.

More important than the advantageous price reduction is that this
compelling book...this testimony of the author interwoven with
eyewitness accounts of others, notes and excerpts of poetry
and prose, even last wills and testaments is an almost
liturgical account of the greatest tragedy to befall our
people.

Regarded by many as one of the great masterpieces of Holocaust literature,
"Scrolls of Testimony" took over ten years to research and write. The English
translation was a monumental effort accomplished by Dr. Edward Levenston,
former professor of English linguistics at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
The haunting paintings are by Samuel Bak, who, like Kovner, is a survivor
of the Vilna Ghetto.

Both the Presentation Issue and the regular edition are truly treasures.
Both are available now at reduced prices

http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgenmall

The quickest way to find them is to click on the Browse button on the left
hand side of the Mall page and scroll down to the Specially
Priced section. Click on the words Specially Priced.

"Scrolls of Testimony" in both the Presentation Issue and the regular
edition will be listed. Click on the title for further
information about the book, and if you wish to purchase,
just click on the ADD button which will add the book to
your shopping cart.


Every purchase in the JewishGenMall helps us meet our operations budget, so
when you make a purchase, you are helping JewishGen!

many thanks in advance for visiting
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgenmall

Carol Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Operations


How to address a letter to Ukraine #general

pd fisher <fisherpaul@...>
 

I need your help. I want to send a letter to the mayor of my grandma's
shtetl of Touste, Austria, Galicia.

She left there in 1901. The current name of the shtetl is confusing
because Shtetl seeker calls it Tolstoye and there are two shtetl's near
each other with the same name (plus six others which are not in Galicia
but still in Ukraine). Here are the specifics:

My Touste/Tolstoye is located at 4916 longitude and 2605 latitude. It is
30 miles SE of Ternopil and 5 miles >from Grymalov. It appears on very few
maps.

The other Touste/Tolstoye (formerly Tluste) is located at 4850, 2544 long
and lat. It is 50 miles South of Ternopil.

The two shtetl's are 34 miles apart. Grandma called them Big Touste and
Little Touste. She is >from Little Touste.

[I have a modern map of Ukraine >from 1994 (published by Bartholomew in
Edinburgh) and they are both named Tovste. On another "nameless" modern
map they are named TOBCTE in Ukrainian.]

I now have three questions:

1. How do I designate my Touste/Tolstoye, 4916, 2605 on the envelope?

2. What is the title of a mayor, town leader in current day Ukraine?

3. Is there some kind of numerical postal code to designate a town in
Ukraine, today, for letters.

In other words, correct the following:

Mayor of Little Tolstoye (or TOBCTE or Tovste)
City Hall
Little Tolstoye (or TOBCTE or Tovste)
UKRAINE 00000

One last thing, I will be sending the letter in Russian.

Thanks ever so much,

Paul Fisher
St. Paul, Minnesota
USA

seaching SHER in Little TOBCTE/Tolstoye, Ukraine


Re: Database of Jewish Burials in Louisville, KY #general

Jackye Sullins <jackye@...>
 

Thanks to Renee Steinig, I wrote to the contact on the above
website. They were very prompt in their reply and very nice.
I just wanted to point out that they have data beginning in
1925 and not 1910.

Jackye Sullins

MODERATOR NOTE: For those who missed the previous posting,
the website is www.meyerfuneral.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Database of Jewish Burials in Louisville, KY #general

Jackye Sullins <jackye@...>
 

Thanks to Renee Steinig, I wrote to the contact on the above
website. They were very prompt in their reply and very nice.
I just wanted to point out that they have data beginning in
1925 and not 1910.

Jackye Sullins

MODERATOR NOTE: For those who missed the previous posting,
the website is www.meyerfuneral.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen How to address a letter to Ukraine #general

pd fisher <fisherpaul@...>
 

I need your help. I want to send a letter to the mayor of my grandma's
shtetl of Touste, Austria, Galicia.

She left there in 1901. The current name of the shtetl is confusing
because Shtetl seeker calls it Tolstoye and there are two shtetl's near
each other with the same name (plus six others which are not in Galicia
but still in Ukraine). Here are the specifics:

My Touste/Tolstoye is located at 4916 longitude and 2605 latitude. It is
30 miles SE of Ternopil and 5 miles >from Grymalov. It appears on very few
maps.

The other Touste/Tolstoye (formerly Tluste) is located at 4850, 2544 long
and lat. It is 50 miles South of Ternopil.

The two shtetl's are 34 miles apart. Grandma called them Big Touste and
Little Touste. She is >from Little Touste.

[I have a modern map of Ukraine >from 1994 (published by Bartholomew in
Edinburgh) and they are both named Tovste. On another "nameless" modern
map they are named TOBCTE in Ukrainian.]

I now have three questions:

1. How do I designate my Touste/Tolstoye, 4916, 2605 on the envelope?

2. What is the title of a mayor, town leader in current day Ukraine?

3. Is there some kind of numerical postal code to designate a town in
Ukraine, today, for letters.

In other words, correct the following:

Mayor of Little Tolstoye (or TOBCTE or Tovste)
City Hall
Little Tolstoye (or TOBCTE or Tovste)
UKRAINE 00000

One last thing, I will be sending the letter in Russian.

Thanks ever so much,

Paul Fisher
St. Paul, Minnesota
USA

seaching SHER in Little TOBCTE/Tolstoye, Ukraine


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks Re: Dealing with footnotes/endnotes #yizkorbooks

Jan Meisels Allen <janmallen@...>
 

Dear Barbara:

I am the coordinator of 2 Yizkor Books - Sochaczew and Stawiski. Our
translator has used footnotes >from day one and they add so much to the
overall translation. They are placed at the end of the document in
regular text. A supertext number is placed within the text to number the
portion that will have the footnote at the end. It's worked fine for us.

Jan Meisels Allen

----- Original Message -----

I would like to ask everyone's feedback about the issue of
footnotes/endnotes.
<snip>


Re: Dealing with footnotes/endnotes #yizkorbooks

Jan Meisels Allen <janmallen@...>
 

Dear Barbara:

I am the coordinator of 2 Yizkor Books - Sochaczew and Stawiski. Our
translator has used footnotes >from day one and they add so much to the
overall translation. They are placed at the end of the document in
regular text. A supertext number is placed within the text to number the
portion that will have the footnote at the end. It's worked fine for us.

Jan Meisels Allen

----- Original Message -----

I would like to ask everyone's feedback about the issue of
footnotes/endnotes.
<snip>


From Russia with love (or without) #general

hennynow
 

Last November, I visited the City Archives of Amsterdam, the Netherlands,
and Antwerp, Belgium. Now, these are both small countries and it is much
harder to "disappear" in their population than one can in the United
States or in Canada.

I was interested to see that the arrival of foreigners was carefully noted
in the Police Registers of the City of Antwerp, which, of course, provided
me with much information about relatives: listing where and when they
were born, and when they arrived in the city.

In Amsterdam, the records are based on every resident of the city, no
matter whether citizen or alien. Listed are their street address in the
city, including their every move to another residence. They also show the
place and date of birth, the relationships within the household (even
listing non-family members), their professions, and their various
departures and returns to the city.

Though my grandfather came >from Lithuania (shown at the time as part of
Imperial Russia), his children were all born in Amsterdam.Thus, I noted
one uncle's travels in the Netherlands as a child, until finally I read of
his departure for Cape Town, South Africa. The same for his brother,
except he was shown to have left for New York. I happened to know these
facts, but was interested to discover the exact date of my relatives'
eventual emigration. I learned that their eldest sister, my aunt, went on
a few trips to Breslau before her marriage, with dates of departure and
dates of return. Religion is also listed, though quite impartially. By
that I mean that various Protestant sects are listed, as well as Roman
Catholic, or Hebrew persuasion. I believe it was a type of census, not
discrimination.

London's Family Records Center has excellent Birth, Death, and Marriage
records, >from the early 19th century continuing to the present time (well,
up to 1999, when I consulted them).

Each country, and in ours, each state, county, and city, has its own
idiosyncracy. Checking official records, to my mind, is like panning for
gold; probably more successful!

Henny

Researching: MOED -- JAWETZ -- SEINER -- TOLKOWSKY -- RATNER -- TOLLMAN
-- BROCHES -- PERSON -- CHANANIA -- ROTH -- WOLFF -- KANGISSER --
WILLIAMOVSKY -- WOLFSON -- ARONOWITZ - Litvackers all, originally, and
now spread all over the globe.

Henriette Moed Roth
Los Angeles, California
hennynow@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen From Russia with love (or without) #general

hennynow
 

Last November, I visited the City Archives of Amsterdam, the Netherlands,
and Antwerp, Belgium. Now, these are both small countries and it is much
harder to "disappear" in their population than one can in the United
States or in Canada.

I was interested to see that the arrival of foreigners was carefully noted
in the Police Registers of the City of Antwerp, which, of course, provided
me with much information about relatives: listing where and when they
were born, and when they arrived in the city.

In Amsterdam, the records are based on every resident of the city, no
matter whether citizen or alien. Listed are their street address in the
city, including their every move to another residence. They also show the
place and date of birth, the relationships within the household (even
listing non-family members), their professions, and their various
departures and returns to the city.

Though my grandfather came >from Lithuania (shown at the time as part of
Imperial Russia), his children were all born in Amsterdam.Thus, I noted
one uncle's travels in the Netherlands as a child, until finally I read of
his departure for Cape Town, South Africa. The same for his brother,
except he was shown to have left for New York. I happened to know these
facts, but was interested to discover the exact date of my relatives'
eventual emigration. I learned that their eldest sister, my aunt, went on
a few trips to Breslau before her marriage, with dates of departure and
dates of return. Religion is also listed, though quite impartially. By
that I mean that various Protestant sects are listed, as well as Roman
Catholic, or Hebrew persuasion. I believe it was a type of census, not
discrimination.

London's Family Records Center has excellent Birth, Death, and Marriage
records, >from the early 19th century continuing to the present time (well,
up to 1999, when I consulted them).

Each country, and in ours, each state, county, and city, has its own
idiosyncracy. Checking official records, to my mind, is like panning for
gold; probably more successful!

Henny

Researching: MOED -- JAWETZ -- SEINER -- TOLKOWSKY -- RATNER -- TOLLMAN
-- BROCHES -- PERSON -- CHANANIA -- ROTH -- WOLFF -- KANGISSER --
WILLIAMOVSKY -- WOLFSON -- ARONOWITZ - Litvackers all, originally, and
now spread all over the globe.

Henriette Moed Roth
Los Angeles, California
hennynow@...


Galveston immig index #general

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

This >from Rootsweb:

Texas. Galveston-Bemen project. Details immigrant ship arrivals
at the Port of Galveston, Texas, 1865-1896, with arrival and
departure data, passenger list availability (citations included)
and transcribed passenger lists taken >from newspaper accounts
and souvenir passenger lists, alternative sources, and an index
of surnames on the passenger lists available >from other sources.

http://geocities.com/galveston_bremen_project/


also: First you can go to the Texas Seaport Museum website, which I
recently learned of: http://www.tsm-elissa.org
and print out a research form request to have them search their
130,000-name database of immigrants arriving at the port of Galveston
between 1846 and 1948. The data was collected >from arrival lists now in
the custody of the U.S. National Archives, supplemented by names that
appeared in the Galveston Daily News. Although this database is not
currently available online, the search service is very reasonable ($10).
You simply supply a surname, first name, and year of arrival
http://www.ireland.com/newspaper/ireland/2000/1106/dia1.htm (Eire)
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/r/o/g/Susan-M-Rogers-NY/index.html

Permission to reprint articles >from Missing Links is granted
unless specifically stated otherwise, provided: (1) the reprint
is used for non-commercial, educational purposes; and (2) the
following notice appears at the end of the article:
Previously published by Julia M. Case and Myra
Vanderpool Gormley, CG, Missing Links, Vol. 6, No. 13,
28 March 2001. RootsWeb: http://www.rootsweb.com/


Miriam Margolyes
Santa Monica
e-mail: 75342.3217@...


searching: STUPEL (Grodno & maybe Vilnius) INDICK (London)
Maxine ASHER (Brooklyn >from UK mother)


Thank you "Cercle de Genealogie Juive" #general

S&E Shamroth <shamroth@...>
 

I would like to add my voice to that of Daniel Kazez who posted a thank you
to the members of the "Cercle de Genealogie Juive." Two members of this
organization have provided me with invaluable assistance as I try to trace
my family roots >from Russia to France. They have written letters, made
phone calls and inquired at government offices and all this was done with
speed and infinite good humor. Thank you very much.

Elizabeth Shamroth


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Galveston immig index #general

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

This >from Rootsweb:

Texas. Galveston-Bemen project. Details immigrant ship arrivals
at the Port of Galveston, Texas, 1865-1896, with arrival and
departure data, passenger list availability (citations included)
and transcribed passenger lists taken >from newspaper accounts
and souvenir passenger lists, alternative sources, and an index
of surnames on the passenger lists available >from other sources.

http://geocities.com/galveston_bremen_project/


also: First you can go to the Texas Seaport Museum website, which I
recently learned of: http://www.tsm-elissa.org
and print out a research form request to have them search their
130,000-name database of immigrants arriving at the port of Galveston
between 1846 and 1948. The data was collected >from arrival lists now in
the custody of the U.S. National Archives, supplemented by names that
appeared in the Galveston Daily News. Although this database is not
currently available online, the search service is very reasonable ($10).
You simply supply a surname, first name, and year of arrival
http://www.ireland.com/newspaper/ireland/2000/1106/dia1.htm (Eire)
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/r/o/g/Susan-M-Rogers-NY/index.html

Permission to reprint articles >from Missing Links is granted
unless specifically stated otherwise, provided: (1) the reprint
is used for non-commercial, educational purposes; and (2) the
following notice appears at the end of the article:
Previously published by Julia M. Case and Myra
Vanderpool Gormley, CG, Missing Links, Vol. 6, No. 13,
28 March 2001. RootsWeb: http://www.rootsweb.com/


Miriam Margolyes
Santa Monica
e-mail: 75342.3217@...


searching: STUPEL (Grodno & maybe Vilnius) INDICK (London)
Maxine ASHER (Brooklyn >from UK mother)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thank you "Cercle de Genealogie Juive" #general

S&E Shamroth <shamroth@...>
 

I would like to add my voice to that of Daniel Kazez who posted a thank you
to the members of the "Cercle de Genealogie Juive." Two members of this
organization have provided me with invaluable assistance as I try to trace
my family roots >from Russia to France. They have written letters, made
phone calls and inquired at government offices and all this was done with
speed and infinite good humor. Thank you very much.

Elizabeth Shamroth


Double names i.e Rifka Bayla #general

Rica Goldberg
 

My own name is Rifka Bayla.

Since researching my great grandparents on my paternal side, I found >from
the UK census that they were both called Rebecca - hence the Rifka. As my
mother always told me that I was named after my father's two grandmothers
I had always assumed one was called Rifka and the other Bayla. But this
was not the case, so now I assume that maybe one of them was called Rifka
Bayla and as there are many Bertha's among my late father's female
cousins, all descended >from the same great grandmother.

This assumption will have to stand as far as I am concerned, until I am
proven wrong!!!

Rica B Goldberg
Manchester, UK


Czlonek dozoru bozniczego ? #general

Michè e Krakowski <michele.krakowski@...>
 

On an extract >from certicate of death ( 1822 ) of my ancestor Frumet
Krakowska, her son, Szmul Friedmann Krakowski (who reported her death)
is discribed as a "czlonek dozoru bozniczego" in Wodzislaw. Could someone
explain me not so much how to translate it ( I think it could be "member of
Synagogue supervision"- tell me if I'm right) but rather what is the
meaning of such a duty : what was he expected to do ?
Thank you in advance for your help and any information.

Michele krakowski ( Normandy - France ) researching :
KRAKOWSKI ( Wodzislaw - not Slansky but in Kielce area - , Radom, Warszawa)
FRYDMAN, SLOD, CUKIER ( Wodzislaw)
ROZENBLAT ( Kielce)
ORFINGER,POLAK,KIZELSZTEJN ( Warszawa)
mailto : michele.krakowski@...


Re: "Cantor Joseph Rosenblatt" #general

NFatouros@...
 

Being new to this list, Darlene Sacks who, on 04-8-01, asked about
the cantor Joseph Rosenblatt may not know that doing a discussion group
archive search before posting a question may turn up answers or
suggestions as to how to find the answers to the questions she (and many
other new and old Jewishgenners) may entertain.

On 9-15-99 I sent in a message, here paraphrased, to help people
searching for information about cantors. In that message I mentioned:

Samuel Rosenblatt, "Yossele Rosenblatt : the story of his life as
told by his son Samuel Rosenblatt." New York : Farrar, Straus and Young,
1954.


Nathan Stonitz (himself a cantor) wrote "Music in Jewish Life"
published 1957. Most of the book is in Yiddish, but about 60 pages are in
English. It concerns cantors of the U.S. and Canada.


Zevulun, Kwartin, "Mayn leben," Filadelfie : Aroysgegeben fun a
gezelshaftlikhen komitet, 1952.

Mark Sobin, "Chosen voices : the story of the American cantorate,"
University of Illinois Press, 1989 (?)

Pasternak, Schall and Heskes, "The Great Cantors of the Golden
Age." This includes a brief history of this period with short biographies
of the great cantors (2-3 paragraphs). Most of this book consists of
musical transcriptions of recordings. (A cassette was originally included
with this book and now a CD is available). I do not know the publisher
and date, and full names of the authors.

I also said: "Those interested in cantors might find it worth their
while to have a look at those books which are biographies of only one
cantor, as they may mention professional colleagues by name and offer
some information about them."

Not having read Samuel Rosenblatt's story of his famous father's
life, I don't know whether there was any reason to call Joseph ("Yossele"
Rosenblatt "infamous," as Ms. Sacks perhaps mistakenly characterized him.


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

MODERATOR NOTE: The Discussion Group Archive is at
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MENDELSO[H]N ROZENBLATT - Zamosc to Kiev #general

sophie frankenberg <sophiemend@...>
 

My grt. grandparents, Eli and Luba Mendelso[h]n of Zamosc had 7 children.
The eldest, Beila[b circa 1880], married Moshe Rozenblatt [not sure of the
spelling]. The whole extended family escaped to Kiev during WW1. All
returned to Zamosc 1n 1918, except the Rozenblatt branch, which included 7
children - Hinda, Rachel, Avraham, Feibel, Frida, Shlomo and Sara.

If there's anyone out there who may be connected to this family, I would be
happy to hear >from you.

Also, suggestions as to how I could find out what became of them,are most
welcome. I have no idea where to begin.

A Happy Passover to all

Sophie Frankenberg [Jerusalem]

Also Researching: HERING in the Zamosc vicinity [the father of the
family was a Shochet].
GOLDBAUM Lublin
FRYDMAN Lublin and Chelm
or
FRIDMAN Lublin and Chelm
GOLDMAN Kotzk [Kock}