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KLOOT, SLUIJZER, PINTO, HOEPELMAN tree #general

Buddelmeijer/Weggemans <licawout@...>
 

Hallo Genners,

I have made an update of my Dutch tree at: http://www.my-ged.com/sluijzer/
Hope you will have a look.

Succes,

Lica Buddelmeijer

licawout@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KLOOT, SLUIJZER, PINTO, HOEPELMAN tree #general

Buddelmeijer/Weggemans <licawout@...>
 

Hallo Genners,

I have made an update of my Dutch tree at: http://www.my-ged.com/sluijzer/
Hope you will have a look.

Succes,

Lica Buddelmeijer

licawout@...


Re: jri-pl digest: April 15, 2001 #poland

Fbussgang@...
 

In a message dated 4/16/01 1:04:09 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
jri-pl@... writes:

<< It specifies the form of payment to be used with those orders. >>

However, It does not include the money order >from the bank, which I have also
used.

Fay Bussgang


LUTOMIERSK late 19th Century records #poland

Marcos Frid <marcos_frid@...>
 

[This message is being sent to multiple mailing lists; if you
receive more than one copy please accept my apologies]

Late 19th Century Records For Lutomiersk *ARE* indexed; you
have a unique opportunity to help

Dear JRI-Poland researchers:

This is a re-send of a message I sent in January. The update is
that the data is ready to be posted to JRI-Poland as soon as the
necessary financial conditions are met (please see the URLs
mentioned below).

The Lutomiersk list of family names is available at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/lutomierskpsasurn.htm

I encourage you to visit this page. You may not be aware that
some of your ancestors lived in this town! I certainly wasn't
until I found a crucial document in the Lask microfilms.

Regards,

Marcos Frid
-----------


Late 19th Century Records For Lutomiersk
Making it accessible - on-line.
It's happening now

Dear Fellow Researchers,

Many of us researching our ancestors >from Poland have found valuable
information in the microfilms of the LDS Family History Centers. For
the last several years, this effort has gained momentum because more
than 900,000 of the records in the LDS collection have been indexed
and are available on the Internet through the searchable database of
Jewish Records Indexing- Poland (http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL).
The indexes themselves provide valuable genealogical data and enable
one to zero in on specific documents for further research.

The LDS films for Lutomiersk end in 1868, just before we get to the
records for the people we know through family stories or contemporary
records.

But now, indexes to Polish-Jewish records for the years not filmed
by the Mormons - 1869 - 1874, 1876 - 1877, 1879, 1881, 1889, and
1892 - are in the process of development and addition to the Jewish
Records-Indexing -Poland database under a groundbreaking agreement
between JRI-Poland and the Polish State Archives (PSA). For
information about the PSA project see:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/psa/psastat.htm

This means that when indexes are completed for Lutomiersk, this
new material will finally allow you to expand your research into
a time period that has been elusive and beyond your reach. In most
cases this period - 1869-1892 - is the missing link in our
genealogical chain - the time when our grandparents and their sisters
and brothers were born and were married. Once these indexes are
completed, you may simply print out an order form >from the Jewish
Records Indexing-Poland web site and order the records >from the
Polish State Archives.

I have agreed to take on the responsibility of Lutomiersk Town
Leader. Please join me in making this extremely worthwhile and
exciting project a success.

Your participation in this project can help bring to light
information you may have never imagined you would find. Please
spread the word to everyone you are in contact with who has an
interest in Lutomiersk -- family, friends, co-researchers. All
should be encouraged to participate.

The Lodz branch archives has extensive records for the city of
Lodz and many towns in the area. The list of towns whose partial,
or complete, records are contained in the Lodz branch archive may
be seen at:
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Lodz/

Updates on the JRI-Poland/PSA Lutomiersk will be available
in the future at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/psa/psastat.htm, click on "Status
Report: PSA Project Underway" which is the last line in the heading
of this page. On the Status Report page, click on "Lodz" in the
drop-down menu.

Please note that many Jews moved to Lodz in the late 1800's
and early 1900's. Therefore, if your relatives "came from
Lodz" they may have had ancestors in nearby towns such as
Lutomiersk. It may be worth to check!

If you have any questions, please do not hestitate to ask.

Sincerely,

Marcos Frid
Lutomiersk Town Leader
marcos_frid@...


JRI Poland #Poland Re: jri-pl digest: April 15, 2001 #poland

Fbussgang@...
 

In a message dated 4/16/01 1:04:09 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
jri-pl@... writes:

<< It specifies the form of payment to be used with those orders. >>

However, It does not include the money order >from the bank, which I have also
used.

Fay Bussgang


JRI Poland #Poland LUTOMIERSK late 19th Century records #poland

Marcos Frid <marcos_frid@...>
 

[This message is being sent to multiple mailing lists; if you
receive more than one copy please accept my apologies]

Late 19th Century Records For Lutomiersk *ARE* indexed; you
have a unique opportunity to help

Dear JRI-Poland researchers:

This is a re-send of a message I sent in January. The update is
that the data is ready to be posted to JRI-Poland as soon as the
necessary financial conditions are met (please see the URLs
mentioned below).

The Lutomiersk list of family names is available at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/lutomierskpsasurn.htm

I encourage you to visit this page. You may not be aware that
some of your ancestors lived in this town! I certainly wasn't
until I found a crucial document in the Lask microfilms.

Regards,

Marcos Frid
-----------


Late 19th Century Records For Lutomiersk
Making it accessible - on-line.
It's happening now

Dear Fellow Researchers,

Many of us researching our ancestors >from Poland have found valuable
information in the microfilms of the LDS Family History Centers. For
the last several years, this effort has gained momentum because more
than 900,000 of the records in the LDS collection have been indexed
and are available on the Internet through the searchable database of
Jewish Records Indexing- Poland (http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL).
The indexes themselves provide valuable genealogical data and enable
one to zero in on specific documents for further research.

The LDS films for Lutomiersk end in 1868, just before we get to the
records for the people we know through family stories or contemporary
records.

But now, indexes to Polish-Jewish records for the years not filmed
by the Mormons - 1869 - 1874, 1876 - 1877, 1879, 1881, 1889, and
1892 - are in the process of development and addition to the Jewish
Records-Indexing -Poland database under a groundbreaking agreement
between JRI-Poland and the Polish State Archives (PSA). For
information about the PSA project see:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/psa/psastat.htm

This means that when indexes are completed for Lutomiersk, this
new material will finally allow you to expand your research into
a time period that has been elusive and beyond your reach. In most
cases this period - 1869-1892 - is the missing link in our
genealogical chain - the time when our grandparents and their sisters
and brothers were born and were married. Once these indexes are
completed, you may simply print out an order form >from the Jewish
Records Indexing-Poland web site and order the records >from the
Polish State Archives.

I have agreed to take on the responsibility of Lutomiersk Town
Leader. Please join me in making this extremely worthwhile and
exciting project a success.

Your participation in this project can help bring to light
information you may have never imagined you would find. Please
spread the word to everyone you are in contact with who has an
interest in Lutomiersk -- family, friends, co-researchers. All
should be encouraged to participate.

The Lodz branch archives has extensive records for the city of
Lodz and many towns in the area. The list of towns whose partial,
or complete, records are contained in the Lodz branch archive may
be seen at:
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Lodz/

Updates on the JRI-Poland/PSA Lutomiersk will be available
in the future at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/psa/psastat.htm, click on "Status
Report: PSA Project Underway" which is the last line in the heading
of this page. On the Status Report page, click on "Lodz" in the
drop-down menu.

Please note that many Jews moved to Lodz in the late 1800's
and early 1900's. Therefore, if your relatives "came from
Lodz" they may have had ancestors in nearby towns such as
Lutomiersk. It may be worth to check!

If you have any questions, please do not hestitate to ask.

Sincerely,

Marcos Frid
Lutomiersk Town Leader
marcos_frid@...


Seeking BIRNBAUM #general

Louis A Fine <loufine@...>
 

Dear Genners,

Anybody know these folks?

Abraham Birnbaum born Sep 27, 1917 Devorah Dora Weisel 1924

Hyme Birnbaum Madison Avenue Jerico NY
wife Susan Berman
1 son 1 daughter
Joshua Birnbaum born 1977
Jill Birnbaum born 1982

Louis A. Fine
< loufine@... >


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking BIRNBAUM #general

Louis A Fine <loufine@...>
 

Dear Genners,

Anybody know these folks?

Abraham Birnbaum born Sep 27, 1917 Devorah Dora Weisel 1924

Hyme Birnbaum Madison Avenue Jerico NY
wife Susan Berman
1 son 1 daughter
Joshua Birnbaum born 1977
Jill Birnbaum born 1982

Louis A. Fine
< loufine@... >


Ted Margulis to Meet Ukrainian Nephew for First Time at LAX #general

Ted Margulis <tedm333@...>
 

Brenda Widener, director, International Social Services, American Red
Cross of Greater Los Angeles will be present when Palm Desert,
California resident, Ted Margulis meets his long lost nephew,
Semion Margoulis.

Ted Margulis, an American Jew (born and raised in Minneapolis,
Minnesota) of Ukrainian extraction, feared all of his father's family
perished in WW II.

Thanks to the efforts of the Red Cross International Tracing Services,
he recently discovered he had one surviving nephew who is now living
in Melbourne, Australia. Semion Margoulis, the nephew, will travel
from Melbourne to meet his Uncle Ted for the first time on Friday,
April 20, 2001.

Ted has been involved in Jewish genealogy for over 27 years and is the
Webmaster for http://jewishwebindex.com ... his own genealogical web
site set up to assist others in finding their roots. Because this
was, according to the Australian Red Cross, the second time that they
were responsible for a reunion of this nature, the media, including
TV, Radio and newspapers will be filming the event as Semion and his
Ukrainian born wife step off of the United Airlines plane that morning
at the Los Angeles airport.

Semion's father, Moshe, was Ted's half brother. Moshe who had been
born and raised in Tolnoye, Ukraine died in 1990, just four years
before Ted was able to learn that he had been living in Berchichev,
Ukraine (after having served in the Russian Army at Stalingrad) until
his death. Ted, and his wife Shirley described their emotional
meeting with Moshe's second wife when they met with her in Berdichev
in 1990 and visited the cemetery where he was buried. The second wife
had no idea where Semion and another son (and another brother of
Moshe) were living as there had not been any contact for many years
between son and father.

Later, Ted learned that the second brother, along with his wife and a
daughter, had been slaughtered by the Nazis in Kerch, which is in the
Crimea. No further information has been found, but Ted still searches
the Ukrainian Archives.

Ted contacted the International Red Cross, and after six years, they
faxed a message one day in September of 2000 to his home saying that
they had located Semion living in Melbourne, Australia. After many
phone calls between Ted and Semion (aka Simon) they will meet this
Friday at the Los Angeles Airport, and then will be Ted and Shirley
Margulis house guests in Palm Desert for the next ten days. This will
be the first time that Semion, and his wife Svetlana, will meet family,
as they never knew that there was an American family existing until the
day the Red Cross contacted them.

In one of the many telephone conversations with Ted, since they
learned about each other, Semion stated that 'he was the enemy' and
Ted's reply was ... 'you were never our enemy, only family'.

Ted Margulis


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Ted Margulis to Meet Ukrainian Nephew for First Time at LAX #general

Ted Margulis <tedm333@...>
 

Brenda Widener, director, International Social Services, American Red
Cross of Greater Los Angeles will be present when Palm Desert,
California resident, Ted Margulis meets his long lost nephew,
Semion Margoulis.

Ted Margulis, an American Jew (born and raised in Minneapolis,
Minnesota) of Ukrainian extraction, feared all of his father's family
perished in WW II.

Thanks to the efforts of the Red Cross International Tracing Services,
he recently discovered he had one surviving nephew who is now living
in Melbourne, Australia. Semion Margoulis, the nephew, will travel
from Melbourne to meet his Uncle Ted for the first time on Friday,
April 20, 2001.

Ted has been involved in Jewish genealogy for over 27 years and is the
Webmaster for http://jewishwebindex.com ... his own genealogical web
site set up to assist others in finding their roots. Because this
was, according to the Australian Red Cross, the second time that they
were responsible for a reunion of this nature, the media, including
TV, Radio and newspapers will be filming the event as Semion and his
Ukrainian born wife step off of the United Airlines plane that morning
at the Los Angeles airport.

Semion's father, Moshe, was Ted's half brother. Moshe who had been
born and raised in Tolnoye, Ukraine died in 1990, just four years
before Ted was able to learn that he had been living in Berchichev,
Ukraine (after having served in the Russian Army at Stalingrad) until
his death. Ted, and his wife Shirley described their emotional
meeting with Moshe's second wife when they met with her in Berdichev
in 1990 and visited the cemetery where he was buried. The second wife
had no idea where Semion and another son (and another brother of
Moshe) were living as there had not been any contact for many years
between son and father.

Later, Ted learned that the second brother, along with his wife and a
daughter, had been slaughtered by the Nazis in Kerch, which is in the
Crimea. No further information has been found, but Ted still searches
the Ukrainian Archives.

Ted contacted the International Red Cross, and after six years, they
faxed a message one day in September of 2000 to his home saying that
they had located Semion living in Melbourne, Australia. After many
phone calls between Ted and Semion (aka Simon) they will meet this
Friday at the Los Angeles Airport, and then will be Ted and Shirley
Margulis house guests in Palm Desert for the next ten days. This will
be the first time that Semion, and his wife Svetlana, will meet family,
as they never knew that there was an American family existing until the
day the Red Cross contacted them.

In one of the many telephone conversations with Ted, since they
learned about each other, Semion stated that 'he was the enemy' and
Ted's reply was ... 'you were never our enemy, only family'.

Ted Margulis


Remembrance Assembly to the Martyrs of Treblinka #general

Ada Holtzman <ada01@...>
 

You are kindly invited invited on Yom HaShoa, 12 L'Omer, Nisan 27,
5760, April 19th , 2001, to attend the annual Remembrance Assembly to
the Martyrs of Treblinka which will take place at 16:00pm in the
Cemetery of Nachlat Itzhak, Givataiim, Israel.

"Lekol Ish Yesh Shem" (Each Person Has a Name) , reading of the names
of the Holocaust martyrs by the public will start at 15:00 pm.

The assembly will be conducted by Successor Generation Representative
Adv. Moti Kristal.

Among the Speakers will be Rabbi Frenkel and Ada Holtzman

The Remembrance Assembly to the Martyrs of Treblinka is sponsored by the
following organizations: The Municipality of Tel Aviv , the Ministry
of Education, Center of Information , t he Associations of the Former
Residents of Poland, Czechoslovakia, Joguslavia, France and North Africa
in Israel, the Landsmanschaften of the following Jewish Communities in
Israel:
CHORZELE, CHRZANOW, CZESTOCHOWA, LUBLIN, MAKOW MAZOWIECKI, MINSK -
MAZOWIECKI, MLAWA, OPOCZNO, OSTROWCE, PRASZNIC, RADOM, STARACHOWICE ,-
WIRZEWNIK, SZCZUCIN ,TOMASZOW - MAZOWIECKI, WARSZAWA, WLOCLAWEK, ROZAN,
REMBERTOW, STANISLAWOW,
the Boyscouts Youth Movement ("Hatzofim") of Tel Aviv and Givataiim,
Bnai Akiva - the religious Zionist Youth Movement, Hayarkon Branch.

Ada Holtzman
Web Site: http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/4017/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Remembrance Assembly to the Martyrs of Treblinka #general

Ada Holtzman <ada01@...>
 

You are kindly invited invited on Yom HaShoa, 12 L'Omer, Nisan 27,
5760, April 19th , 2001, to attend the annual Remembrance Assembly to
the Martyrs of Treblinka which will take place at 16:00pm in the
Cemetery of Nachlat Itzhak, Givataiim, Israel.

"Lekol Ish Yesh Shem" (Each Person Has a Name) , reading of the names
of the Holocaust martyrs by the public will start at 15:00 pm.

The assembly will be conducted by Successor Generation Representative
Adv. Moti Kristal.

Among the Speakers will be Rabbi Frenkel and Ada Holtzman

The Remembrance Assembly to the Martyrs of Treblinka is sponsored by the
following organizations: The Municipality of Tel Aviv , the Ministry
of Education, Center of Information , t he Associations of the Former
Residents of Poland, Czechoslovakia, Joguslavia, France and North Africa
in Israel, the Landsmanschaften of the following Jewish Communities in
Israel:
CHORZELE, CHRZANOW, CZESTOCHOWA, LUBLIN, MAKOW MAZOWIECKI, MINSK -
MAZOWIECKI, MLAWA, OPOCZNO, OSTROWCE, PRASZNIC, RADOM, STARACHOWICE ,-
WIRZEWNIK, SZCZUCIN ,TOMASZOW - MAZOWIECKI, WARSZAWA, WLOCLAWEK, ROZAN,
REMBERTOW, STANISLAWOW,
the Boyscouts Youth Movement ("Hatzofim") of Tel Aviv and Givataiim,
Bnai Akiva - the religious Zionist Youth Movement, Hayarkon Branch.

Ada Holtzman
Web Site: http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/4017/


JGS of Long Island Meeting #general

Jackie Wasserstein
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island invites you to attend our
April meeting.

Date: Sunday, April 22, 2001
Time: 2:00PM
Place: Mid-Island Y JCC 45 Manetto Hill Road Plainview, New York


Topic: "ORGANIZ-IT: GETTING IT TOGETHER

Our guest speaker is our own VP and Certified Genealogical Records
Specialist , Rhoda Miller. Rhoda will explain how to "get it together"
in order to research more effectively and ultimately to break through
those brick walls. She will give tips on how to reduce and organize your
genealogical clutter.

As always our "Mispocha Mavens" will be available at l:30PM to answer your
reseach questions. Admission is free. Coffee and cake will be served.

For further information or directions please contact Rhoda,
rmiller871@...

Jackie Wasserstein
Past President


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Long Island Meeting #general

Jackie Wasserstein
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island invites you to attend our
April meeting.

Date: Sunday, April 22, 2001
Time: 2:00PM
Place: Mid-Island Y JCC 45 Manetto Hill Road Plainview, New York


Topic: "ORGANIZ-IT: GETTING IT TOGETHER

Our guest speaker is our own VP and Certified Genealogical Records
Specialist , Rhoda Miller. Rhoda will explain how to "get it together"
in order to research more effectively and ultimately to break through
those brick walls. She will give tips on how to reduce and organize your
genealogical clutter.

As always our "Mispocha Mavens" will be available at l:30PM to answer your
reseach questions. Admission is free. Coffee and cake will be served.

For further information or directions please contact Rhoda,
rmiller871@...

Jackie Wasserstein
Past President


Success Story,Sad story. #general

shimonoz
 

Hello to all,
Every success story makes my heart excited ,and I ponder if & when I may
write such an E-mail.For few years I'm researching for my adopted brother
Ya'akov Katz >from Warsaw,with no success probably all his family perished
in the Holocaust.Yesterday he passed away,sad story ? It depends how we
relate or see the tragedy. For me He was The success story,he found in us
loving, caring family. He raised a family and commemorated the names of
the lost family, he had friends, he was soldier who won the battle.
May he Rest in Peace.
Shimon Ouziel <shimonoz@...>
Tel-Aviv,Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Success Story,Sad story. #general

shimonoz
 

Hello to all,
Every success story makes my heart excited ,and I ponder if & when I may
write such an E-mail.For few years I'm researching for my adopted brother
Ya'akov Katz >from Warsaw,with no success probably all his family perished
in the Holocaust.Yesterday he passed away,sad story ? It depends how we
relate or see the tragedy. For me He was The success story,he found in us
loving, caring family. He raised a family and commemorated the names of
the lost family, he had friends, he was soldier who won the battle.
May he Rest in Peace.
Shimon Ouziel <shimonoz@...>
Tel-Aviv,Israel


Joyce Eastman : e-mail problem #general

Joyce Eastman <wldwoman1@...>
 

At the present time I am having "severe" e-mail problems.
If you are attempting to contact me kindly send mail to:

wldwoman1@...

I will advise when my e-mail problems have been corrected.

Thanks.

Joyce Eastman
Orange City, FL USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Joyce Eastman : e-mail problem #general

Joyce Eastman <wldwoman1@...>
 

At the present time I am having "severe" e-mail problems.
If you are attempting to contact me kindly send mail to:

wldwoman1@...

I will advise when my e-mail problems have been corrected.

Thanks.

Joyce Eastman
Orange City, FL USA


Looking for HIRSCHHORNS in Canada #general

Sandra Hirschhorn <donsandyh@...>
 

I am looking for descendants of Leib (Levin) HIRSCHHORN born July 4, 1867
in Latvia, any Hirschhorns related to Martin Hirschhorn who lived in
Toronto, Canada, or any Hirschhorns whose ancestors came >from Latvia.

Appreciate any help.

Donald Hirschhorn
Boca Raton, FL
donsandyh@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for HIRSCHHORNS in Canada #general

Sandra Hirschhorn <donsandyh@...>
 

I am looking for descendants of Leib (Levin) HIRSCHHORN born July 4, 1867
in Latvia, any Hirschhorns related to Martin Hirschhorn who lived in
Toronto, Canada, or any Hirschhorns whose ancestors came >from Latvia.

Appreciate any help.

Donald Hirschhorn
Boca Raton, FL
donsandyh@...