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Re: Crimea #general

Linda <altmanlh@...>
 

The Encyclopaedia Judaica CD ROM has some wonderful
information on Crimea and the Jewish settlements there.
Definitely worth taking a look.

Linda Altman - Raleigh, NC
researching:
ALTMAN, >from Russia to NY City. TYRNAUER >from Hungary. BERGMAN
from Warsaw & Sokolow-Podlaski, Poland to the UK, Israel and US.
CYBULA/CYBULKA/CYBULKO/CYBULKSI, Ostrow Maz., Siedlce,& Zambrow,
Poland to UK, and US. GOLDFINGIER, Sokolow-Podlaski, Poland.
SINGER, Austria. KRIEDBERG/KREIDBERG/KZAIBURG/KRITBERG/KRITZBERG
from Russia to US. LIEBERMAN, Austria and Romania to US.
On Fri, 14 June 2002, shaul wrote
I know of at least two occurrences of families of Jews >from
Linkuva, NE Lithuania in Kovno Gubernija, going to Genichesk
(Genitszhek)150 km northof Simferopol on the Black sea. One
period may have been at the time of the Russo-Japanese War
and the other around the time of the Russian revolution, 1917.
My great grandfather went with one group and died of starvation
because of the famine in this area. Crimea is in the Ukraine.
... he was born near the city of Kovno and then fled to Crimea.
I had been looking in Kaunaz uzed files. (It notes his father
was a shoe manufacturer, and that he went to high school
and tutored others). Can anyone advise me what section to be
looking under now for Crimea? ...


What is the origin of the given name Nechurna? #general

Martin Kronman <mkronman@...>
 

Recently I found in the Zdunska Wola Yizkor book an entry for
Miriam KRONMAN married to Zacharja JUKOBOWICZ. A marriage record
in the Zdunska Wola archives (record index) shows a Nechurna
KRONMAN married to Zacharja JUKOBOWICZ. A search on the Esterson
"Given Name Data Base" does not turn up any equivalency between
Miriam and Nechurna in the DM soundex search. In fact it does not
give any return for the literal name Nechhurna. It seems very
doubtful that Miriam and Nechurna are two distinct individuals.
I should add that it is very doubtful that the "Miriam person"
ever left Poland and took on a different name. Does anyone have
any explanation for this difference in given name? I am aware of
the possibility that the original document may not show the name
Nechurna, but I am hoping that there is another reason for the
difference. I would be grateful if any of you can come up with a
plausable explanation!

Martin Kronman
Syracuse, NY
Researching: KRONMAN in Poland, Belarus, the Ukraine, Hungary
and the United States.


Re: Bayla #general

Wachtel@...
 

Since the origin of this name has already generated so much
debate, I hope no one will mind if I throw more fuel on the fire.

Alexander Beider's authoritative Dictionary of Ashkenazic Given
Names traces this name, which he spells Beyle, to the form Bel(l)a,
borrowed by Jews in France, Italy, and Spain >from their Gentile
neighbors in the Middle Ages. It is derived >from either the French
"belle" (beautiful), or Isabella, the Spanish form of Elizabeth.

According to Beider, the similarity to the Czech word "bela" for
"white" and to a Czech Christian name derived >from this adjective
reinforced the name's popularity among western migrants, but they
were not its origin. The Hebrew name Bilha can be either an
independent name found in the Bible, as Henriette Moed Roth pointed
out, or a Hebraized spelling of Beyle chosen to fit the Biblical name.

Alan Wachtel
Palo Alto, California
Wachtel@aol.com


Re: searching for a village #general

Alexander Sharon
 

"Daniel Wagner" wrote
I can't seem to find any metrical data (JRI, PSA) for a
village/town called "Rud Guzovskaya", possibly but not
necessarily close to Zyrardow. I have located Rudgerzowice
west of Poznan but I don't know if it is the right one.
Any help would be welcome.
Daniel,

Ruda Guzovskaya (or in Polish Ruda Guzowska) was an original
village owned by the aristocratic Polish family Lubienski
where Philippe de Girarde has established textile factory in 1833.

New place has been renamed Zyradow [Zhee rahr duff] to commemorate
de Girarde.

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Alberta


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Crimea #general

Linda <altmanlh@...>
 

The Encyclopaedia Judaica CD ROM has some wonderful
information on Crimea and the Jewish settlements there.
Definitely worth taking a look.

Linda Altman - Raleigh, NC
researching:
ALTMAN, >from Russia to NY City. TYRNAUER >from Hungary. BERGMAN
from Warsaw & Sokolow-Podlaski, Poland to the UK, Israel and US.
CYBULA/CYBULKA/CYBULKO/CYBULKSI, Ostrow Maz., Siedlce,& Zambrow,
Poland to UK, and US. GOLDFINGIER, Sokolow-Podlaski, Poland.
SINGER, Austria. KRIEDBERG/KREIDBERG/KZAIBURG/KRITBERG/KRITZBERG
from Russia to US. LIEBERMAN, Austria and Romania to US.
On Fri, 14 June 2002, shaul wrote
I know of at least two occurrences of families of Jews >from
Linkuva, NE Lithuania in Kovno Gubernija, going to Genichesk
(Genitszhek)150 km northof Simferopol on the Black sea. One
period may have been at the time of the Russo-Japanese War
and the other around the time of the Russian revolution, 1917.
My great grandfather went with one group and died of starvation
because of the famine in this area. Crimea is in the Ukraine.
... he was born near the city of Kovno and then fled to Crimea.
I had been looking in Kaunaz uzed files. (It notes his father
was a shoe manufacturer, and that he went to high school
and tutored others). Can anyone advise me what section to be
looking under now for Crimea? ...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen What is the origin of the given name Nechurna? #general

Martin Kronman <mkronman@...>
 

Recently I found in the Zdunska Wola Yizkor book an entry for
Miriam KRONMAN married to Zacharja JUKOBOWICZ. A marriage record
in the Zdunska Wola archives (record index) shows a Nechurna
KRONMAN married to Zacharja JUKOBOWICZ. A search on the Esterson
"Given Name Data Base" does not turn up any equivalency between
Miriam and Nechurna in the DM soundex search. In fact it does not
give any return for the literal name Nechhurna. It seems very
doubtful that Miriam and Nechurna are two distinct individuals.
I should add that it is very doubtful that the "Miriam person"
ever left Poland and took on a different name. Does anyone have
any explanation for this difference in given name? I am aware of
the possibility that the original document may not show the name
Nechurna, but I am hoping that there is another reason for the
difference. I would be grateful if any of you can come up with a
plausable explanation!

Martin Kronman
Syracuse, NY
Researching: KRONMAN in Poland, Belarus, the Ukraine, Hungary
and the United States.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Bayla #general

Wachtel@...
 

Since the origin of this name has already generated so much
debate, I hope no one will mind if I throw more fuel on the fire.

Alexander Beider's authoritative Dictionary of Ashkenazic Given
Names traces this name, which he spells Beyle, to the form Bel(l)a,
borrowed by Jews in France, Italy, and Spain >from their Gentile
neighbors in the Middle Ages. It is derived >from either the French
"belle" (beautiful), or Isabella, the Spanish form of Elizabeth.

According to Beider, the similarity to the Czech word "bela" for
"white" and to a Czech Christian name derived >from this adjective
reinforced the name's popularity among western migrants, but they
were not its origin. The Hebrew name Bilha can be either an
independent name found in the Bible, as Henriette Moed Roth pointed
out, or a Hebraized spelling of Beyle chosen to fit the Biblical name.

Alan Wachtel
Palo Alto, California
Wachtel@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: searching for a village #general

Alexander Sharon
 

"Daniel Wagner" wrote
I can't seem to find any metrical data (JRI, PSA) for a
village/town called "Rud Guzovskaya", possibly but not
necessarily close to Zyrardow. I have located Rudgerzowice
west of Poznan but I don't know if it is the right one.
Any help would be welcome.
Daniel,

Ruda Guzovskaya (or in Polish Ruda Guzowska) was an original
village owned by the aristocratic Polish family Lubienski
where Philippe de Girarde has established textile factory in 1833.

New place has been renamed Zyradow [Zhee rahr duff] to commemorate
de Girarde.

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Alberta


Miskolc #hungary

Loripaul2@...
 

Are there any (jewish) census records for Miskolc >from the 1800's?
Paul Freudman
Great Neck, NY
Searching: HOLLANDER, FREUDMAN in MISKOLC, SZERENCS, BREZOVA, VRBOVE

Moderator: Have you checked the Family History Library Catalog? Looks like the FHL has filmed civil records >from 1895-1908, Jewish records (undated), and military records 1856-1917. The FHL has also filmed the 1828 Land Census and has some records >from the 1848 Jewish Census. You will need to go to the catalog to get film numbers and then rent the films.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Miskolc #hungary

Loripaul2@...
 

Are there any (jewish) census records for Miskolc >from the 1800's?
Paul Freudman
Great Neck, NY
Searching: HOLLANDER, FREUDMAN in MISKOLC, SZERENCS, BREZOVA, VRBOVE

Moderator: Have you checked the Family History Library Catalog? Looks like the FHL has filmed civil records >from 1895-1908, Jewish records (undated), and military records 1856-1917. The FHL has also filmed the 1828 Land Census and has some records >from the 1848 Jewish Census. You will need to go to the catalog to get film numbers and then rent the films.


1837/k #hungary

Peter I. Hidas <thidas@...>
 

Jewish Who=B9s Who in (Buda)Pest, 1837-1845
(Sources: National Archives, Budapest, C 55, Departmentum Judaeorum,
1724-1876, and Intimata, Voros, Karoly, Budapest legnagyobb adofizetoi
1873-1917, Budapest: Akademiai K., 1979, with some follow up)

prepared by P.I.Hidas (retired prof. of history, Dawson College, Montreal)

PLEASE NOTE THAT PREVIOUS LETTERS ARE NOW POSTED ON MY HOME PAGE
www3.sympatico.ca/Hungarian-history/Jews.html

I do not have additional information about these citizens.


K


K=E4delburger, Elias
wine merchant, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1814

Kadelburger, Gabriel
Store clerk, employee of Elias Abeles, born in Obuda
1848: textile (poszt=F3) wholesaler

Kadisch, Joachim
wholesaler, born in Vienna
1845: income: 1,600 f/y, five employees

Kahn, David
impoverished, born in Szabodits

Kahn, Simon
renter for Schosberger [?], born in Obuda, in Pest since 1833

Kahut, simon,
merchant, born in Holics, in Pest since 1828

Kalm=E1r, Joseph
horse dealer, born in Irsa, in Pest since 1834

Kamm, Hermanus
1845: wholesaler

Kampel, Simon
buyer, born in Abony, in Pest since 1806

Kanczl, Philippus
1845: retailer, income: 30 f/y

Kanicz, Mandl H.
1845: retailer, income: 55 f/y

Kanicz, Salamon
1845: conventionatus, income: 74 f/y

Kanitz, Emanuel
general merchandize dealer, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1815
1845: conventionatus, income: 50 f/y

Kanitz, Emanuel
wholesaler, born in Obuda [same as above?]

Kanitz, Mandl
wholesaler, born in Obuda

Kanitz Moses L=F6bl
wholesaler, born in Obuda

Kanitz, Nathan
employee of Emanuel Boscovitz, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1821

Kanitzer, Ivachim
wholesaler, born in Vienna

Kanitzer, Moritz
grain merchant, born in Obuda

Kann, Israel
1845: buyer, income: 40 f/y

Kann, Moses
1845: retailer, income: 70 f/y

Kanz, Bernard
fruit merchant, born in Brosnitz, in Pest since 1831

Karlburger, Gabriel
1845: wholesaler, income: 75 f/y

Kasovitz, Jacob
wholesaler, born in Obuda

Kassovitz, F.K.
1845: wholesaler, income: 500 f/y

Kasteiner, David
Tailor, born in Tarnov, in Pest since 1817

Kastner, Adolph
employee of Prehburger Kaufmann, born in Kattendorf, (Pacza, Katzendorf) in
Pest since 1834

Keinitz, Sigmund
employee of Sam Goldberger, born in Nagykanizsa, in Pest since 1828

Kelner, Leopold
peddler, born in Banovetz, in Pest since 1832

Kappich, Mayer
merchant, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1833

Kern, Enoch=20
wholesaler, born in Trisch
1845: ?Edvardus, income: 155 f/y
1848: ?Ede, grain merchant

Kern Jacob (? =AD 1864)
wholesaler, born in Trisch
1845: income: 195 f/y
1848: grain merchant
1856: Jacob Kern and Associates (Friedrich Hirschler and Eduard Freibauer)
wholesalers (Pester Lloyd, March 8-20)
1873: (son?) Istvan Kern, landlord in Terezvaros, paying taxes 1,330 f/y,
founder of Bank of Commerce, associate director of Pest-Buda Savings and
Pannonia Mutual

Kern, Jacobus
1845: craftsman, income: 25 f/y

Kern, Lasar
horse dealer, born in Triesch, in Pest since 1809

Kern, Marcus
1845: craftsman, income: 40 f/y

Kern, Mauritius
1845: buyer, income: 45 f/y

Kern, Wilhelm
Grain merchant, born in Triesch, in Pest since 1828

Kerner, Josephus L=F6bl
1845: buyer, income: 30 f/y

Kirschbaum, Elias
grain merchant, born in Kreutz, in Pest since 1827

Klatscher, Abraham
distiller, born in Jamnitz

Klatscher, Adolphus
1845: retailer, income: 65 f/y

Klatscher, Nathan
wholesaler, born in Pest
1845: income: 110 f/y
1848: manufacturer of goods

Klatser, Marcus
physician, born in Jamnik, in Pest since 1835

Klatser, Marcus
kindling dealer, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1828; his supplier is Leo
Rosenfeld

Klein, Albert
merchant, born in Abony, in Pest since 1831

Klein, Jacob
employee of Ign. Butsin, born in V=E1gujhely, in Pest since 1837

Klein, Joseph
clothing merchant, born in Marosnitz, in Pest since 1831
1845: ?retailer, income: 35 f/y
1873: ? J. Klein and Sons (Lipot, Albert, Ferdinand, grain merchants; real
estate tax paid by Lipot and Jozsef for one house: 2,868 f/y (V=F6r=F6s, 39)

Klein, Nathan
peddler, born in Sur=E1ny, in Pest since 1833

Klein, Rosalia
washerwoman, born in Pozsony, in Pest since 1825

Klein, Salamon
merchant, born in Bohemia, in Pest since 1835


Klein, Joseph
tailor, born in Sarospatak, in Pest since 1836

Kleinwald, Joseph
buyer, born in Miskolc, in Pest since 1818

Kleinmann, David
buyer, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1821

Klinger, Joseph
peddler, born in Johanna, in Pest since 1825

Knap, Salamon
store clerk, born in Trisch in M=E4hren, In Pest since 1818
1845; conventionatus, income: 50 f/y

Knopp, Rebeca
commercial artist, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1816

K=F6nigvald, Cecilia
self-supported, born in Pozsony, in Pest since 1836

K=F6nigsvald, Laurent
surgent, brn in Pozsony, in Pest since 1821

Kohn, Albert
grain merchant, born in Vasdobra

Kohn, Aron
wholesaler, born in Pozsony
1845: retailer, income: 185 f/y

Kohn, Saruch
merchant, born in Lovasber=E9ny, in Pest since 1808
1845: beggar

Kohn, David
Servant in Ignatz Ganz=B9s pub, born in Bohemia, in Pest since 1822
1845: renter of a minor royal privilege [probably a pub], income: 30 f/y

Kohn, Debora
peddler, born in Galg=F3c, in Pest since 1829

Kohn, Elias
house painter, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1834

Kohn, Elias Leopold
grain merchant, born in Pivani

Kohn, Elico=8A[?]
1845: craftsman, income: 30 f/y

Kohn, Franciscus
1845: buyer, income: 50 f/y

Kohn, Georg
Machine factory owner, born in Pest
1845: ?Georgius: retailer, income: 5p/y

Kohn, Herman
grain merchant, born in Obuda
1845: ?Hermanus,income: 200 f/y [could be any one of the Hermans listed
below]

Kohn, Herman
peddler, born in Veresv=E1r, in Pest since 1832

Kohn, Herman
buyer, born in Buda, in Pest since 1836

Kohn Herman
peddler, born in Bonyh=E1d, in Pest since 1831

Kohn, Herman
wholesaler, born in Obuda

Kohn, Isac
grain merchant, born in Miskolc, in Pest since 1823
1845: beggar

Kohn, Israel
tailor, born in Abony, in Pest since 1814

Kohn, Jacob
tailor, born in Pest
1854: textile merchant (Pester Lloyd, September 11)

Kohn, Jonas
tobacco merchant, born in Miskolc, in Pest since 1819

Kohn, Jonas
peddler, born in Prosnitz, in Pest since 1810

Kohn, Julia
impoverished, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1835

Kohn, Lasar
tailor, born in Besteritz, in Pest since 1836
1845: craftsman, income: 30 f/y

Kohn, Leopold
store clerk of Franz Goldberger, born in Palota, in Pest since 1835

Kohn, Leopold
merchant, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1825

Kohn, Leopold
buyer, born in Pest

Kohn Lipot [Leopold?]
1848: wholesaler of manufacture goods

Kohn, Manus
1845: retailer, income: 120 f/y

Kohn, Mandl Man=8A
scrap dealer, born in Astrau
1845: peddler, income: 20 f/y

Kohn, Marcus
Buyer, born in Kubin, in Pest since 1833

Kohn, Moritz
store clerk at Leopold Granichstadten, born in Veszpr=E9m, in Pest since 1836
1845: retailer, income: 50 f/y

Kohn, Nathan
Scrap dealer, born in Zs=E1mb=E9k
1845: buyer, income: 20 f/y

Kohn, Salamon Enoch
1845; wholesaler, income 540 f/y, has one Jewish and one Gentile servants

Kohn, Samson
grain merchant, born in Bohemia, in Pest since 1836

Kohn, Samuel
merchant, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1835

Kohn, Samuel
peddler, born in Puchov, in Pest since 1828

Kohn, Simon
buyer, born in Abony, in Pest since 1822

Kohn, Simon
commissioner, born in Schafe

Kohn, Maximil=8A
grain merchant, born in Szendr=F6, in Pest since 1831

Kohn, Volf
tailor, born in Balassagyarmat, in Pest since 1835
1845: peddler, income: 30 f/y

Kohn, Volf H.
1845: peddler, income: 35 f/y

Kohner, Adolphus
1845: wholesaler, income: 120 f/y
1873: [sons?] Zsigmond, Karoly, Henrik; family >from Leipzig; feather
business; Henrik was a "virilist" in Pest, in the highest category of tax
payers, who paid real estate tax of 5,548 f/y; his company was K. Henrik an=
d
Sons (feather business) paying income tax 628 f/y. Zsigmond Kohner was on
the board of the Pest-Lip=F3tv=E1ros Savings Bank and the Kamgarnfon=F3 and was
judge at the Bank of Commerce paying 9,000 f/y in taxes [V=F6r=F6s, 50]

Kohner, Franz
grain merchant, born in Pivani, in Pest since 1834

Koller, Israel
teacher, born in Blisna, in Pest since 1831

Kolniczky, Regina
peddler, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1831

Kolinszky, Salamon
wholesaler, born in Vlasin
1845: wholesaler, income: 75 f/y
1848: wholesaler of manufactured goods

Kolinszky, Sigismund
merchant, born in Deutsch Kreutz, in Pest since 1825
1845: wholesaler, income: 150 f/y
1848: wholesaler of manufactured goods

Kollniszky, Mauritius
1845: retailer, income: 65 f/y
1848: M=F3r K., wholesaler, manufactured goods

Komperts, Philip
grain merchant, born in V=E1gujhely, in Pest since 1832

K=F6nig, Adolph
merchant, born in Buda, in Pest since 1825

Kopel, Gerson
grain merchant, born in Kalocsa

Kopeli, Philip
grain merchant, born in Pest

Kopello, L.M.
1845: wholesaler, income: 130 f/y

Koppel, Leopold
wholesaler, born in Pest

Koppel, Rosalia
porter, born in P=E9czel, in Pest since 1827

Koppel, M=F3ricz
flour merchant, born in Obuda
1845: retailer, income: 60 f/y

Kopstein, Salamon
employee of David Stern=B9s heirs, born in Pozsony, in Pest since 1837
1845: retailer, income: 100 f/y
1848: wholesaler of manufactured goods

Koref, Herman
teacher, born in Mihalon (Mihalova), in Pest since 1834

Koreinger, Leopoldus
1845: peddler, income: 25 f/y

Koren, Samuel
1845: crafsman, income: 25 f/y

Korin, Jacob
merchant, born in Arad, in Pest since 1832

Korin, Moritz
wholesaler, born in Obuda

Korl=E4nder, Catha
ribon maker, born in Balassagyarmat, in Pest since 1817

Kornfeld, Marcus
tailor, born in B=E1rtfa, in Pest since 1837
1845: craftsman, income: 35 f/y


Kostolitz, Babette
washerwoman, born in Buda, in Pest since 1836

Kostolitz, Moritz
tailor, born in Kolin, in Pest snce 1814

Kramer, Adolph
horse dealer, born in Pest
1845: retailer, income: 50 f/y

Kramer, Ignatz
clothing merchant, born in Pest
1845: retailer, income: 90 f/y
1873: landlord in the Lip=F3tv=E1ros, taxes: 1,697 f/y

Kramer, Leopoldus
1845: peddler, income: 30 f/y

Kramer, Moyses
horse dealer, born in Pest
1845: retailer, income: 40 f/y

Kramer, Philippus
1845: renter of small royal privilege, income: 40 f/y

Krauss, Lip=F3t
1845: retailer, income: 35 f/y

Krausz, Isac
porter, born in Szigetv=E1r, in Pest since 1833

Krausz, Marcus
merchant, born in T=E9t, in Pest since 1832

Krausz, Moritz
poster painter, born in H=F6gy=E9sz, in Pest since 1834

Krav, Moyses
porter, born in Holics, in Pest since 1825

Kreileseim, Max
unemployed, born in Pozsony

Kren, Philip
servant, born in Stomfa, in Pest since 1822

Kron, Marcus
tailor, born in Miskolc, in Pest since 1835

Kubovitz, Jacob
employee of Jos. Abeles, born in Ungv=E1r, in Pest since 1833

K=FCche, Joseph
physician, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1823

Kunevalder, Eleonora
Person of independent means, born in Veszpr=E9m, in Pest since 1814

Kunevalder, Jonas
wholesaler, born in Obuda
1845: wholesaler
1847/48: privileged wholesalers, taxes: 16 f/y [?]; agent of the Karolyi
family, chief agent of the Trieste General Insurance, on the board of the
Pest First Domestic Savings Trust, the Pest-Buda Craftsmen=B9s Bank and judge
at the Austrian National and the Commercial Bank (V=F6r=F6s, 62)

Kunevalder, Kopl
tolerated Jew >from Obuda

Kunevalder, Leopold
grain merchant, born in Obuda
1845: retailer, income: 95 f/y

Kunevalder, Mauritius
Grain merchant, born in Obuda
1845: buyer, income: 60 f/y

Kunevalder, Philip
wholesaler, born in Obuda
1845: wholesaler, income: 600 f/y, employed one Jewish and one Christian
servant
1847: wholesaler

Kunicz, Marcus
1845: buyer, income: 30 f/y



Peter I. Hidas

thidas@sympatico.ca
peterhidas@yahoo.com

http://www3.sympatico.ca/thidas/Hungarian-history/
http://www.community.webshots.com/user/peterhidas


Hungary SIG #Hungary 1837/k #hungary

Peter I. Hidas <thidas@...>
 

Jewish Who=B9s Who in (Buda)Pest, 1837-1845
(Sources: National Archives, Budapest, C 55, Departmentum Judaeorum,
1724-1876, and Intimata, Voros, Karoly, Budapest legnagyobb adofizetoi
1873-1917, Budapest: Akademiai K., 1979, with some follow up)

prepared by P.I.Hidas (retired prof. of history, Dawson College, Montreal)

PLEASE NOTE THAT PREVIOUS LETTERS ARE NOW POSTED ON MY HOME PAGE
www3.sympatico.ca/Hungarian-history/Jews.html

I do not have additional information about these citizens.


K


K=E4delburger, Elias
wine merchant, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1814

Kadelburger, Gabriel
Store clerk, employee of Elias Abeles, born in Obuda
1848: textile (poszt=F3) wholesaler

Kadisch, Joachim
wholesaler, born in Vienna
1845: income: 1,600 f/y, five employees

Kahn, David
impoverished, born in Szabodits

Kahn, Simon
renter for Schosberger [?], born in Obuda, in Pest since 1833

Kahut, simon,
merchant, born in Holics, in Pest since 1828

Kalm=E1r, Joseph
horse dealer, born in Irsa, in Pest since 1834

Kamm, Hermanus
1845: wholesaler

Kampel, Simon
buyer, born in Abony, in Pest since 1806

Kanczl, Philippus
1845: retailer, income: 30 f/y

Kanicz, Mandl H.
1845: retailer, income: 55 f/y

Kanicz, Salamon
1845: conventionatus, income: 74 f/y

Kanitz, Emanuel
general merchandize dealer, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1815
1845: conventionatus, income: 50 f/y

Kanitz, Emanuel
wholesaler, born in Obuda [same as above?]

Kanitz, Mandl
wholesaler, born in Obuda

Kanitz Moses L=F6bl
wholesaler, born in Obuda

Kanitz, Nathan
employee of Emanuel Boscovitz, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1821

Kanitzer, Ivachim
wholesaler, born in Vienna

Kanitzer, Moritz
grain merchant, born in Obuda

Kann, Israel
1845: buyer, income: 40 f/y

Kann, Moses
1845: retailer, income: 70 f/y

Kanz, Bernard
fruit merchant, born in Brosnitz, in Pest since 1831

Karlburger, Gabriel
1845: wholesaler, income: 75 f/y

Kasovitz, Jacob
wholesaler, born in Obuda

Kassovitz, F.K.
1845: wholesaler, income: 500 f/y

Kasteiner, David
Tailor, born in Tarnov, in Pest since 1817

Kastner, Adolph
employee of Prehburger Kaufmann, born in Kattendorf, (Pacza, Katzendorf) in
Pest since 1834

Keinitz, Sigmund
employee of Sam Goldberger, born in Nagykanizsa, in Pest since 1828

Kelner, Leopold
peddler, born in Banovetz, in Pest since 1832

Kappich, Mayer
merchant, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1833

Kern, Enoch=20
wholesaler, born in Trisch
1845: ?Edvardus, income: 155 f/y
1848: ?Ede, grain merchant

Kern Jacob (? =AD 1864)
wholesaler, born in Trisch
1845: income: 195 f/y
1848: grain merchant
1856: Jacob Kern and Associates (Friedrich Hirschler and Eduard Freibauer)
wholesalers (Pester Lloyd, March 8-20)
1873: (son?) Istvan Kern, landlord in Terezvaros, paying taxes 1,330 f/y,
founder of Bank of Commerce, associate director of Pest-Buda Savings and
Pannonia Mutual

Kern, Jacobus
1845: craftsman, income: 25 f/y

Kern, Lasar
horse dealer, born in Triesch, in Pest since 1809

Kern, Marcus
1845: craftsman, income: 40 f/y

Kern, Mauritius
1845: buyer, income: 45 f/y

Kern, Wilhelm
Grain merchant, born in Triesch, in Pest since 1828

Kerner, Josephus L=F6bl
1845: buyer, income: 30 f/y

Kirschbaum, Elias
grain merchant, born in Kreutz, in Pest since 1827

Klatscher, Abraham
distiller, born in Jamnitz

Klatscher, Adolphus
1845: retailer, income: 65 f/y

Klatscher, Nathan
wholesaler, born in Pest
1845: income: 110 f/y
1848: manufacturer of goods

Klatser, Marcus
physician, born in Jamnik, in Pest since 1835

Klatser, Marcus
kindling dealer, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1828; his supplier is Leo
Rosenfeld

Klein, Albert
merchant, born in Abony, in Pest since 1831

Klein, Jacob
employee of Ign. Butsin, born in V=E1gujhely, in Pest since 1837

Klein, Joseph
clothing merchant, born in Marosnitz, in Pest since 1831
1845: ?retailer, income: 35 f/y
1873: ? J. Klein and Sons (Lipot, Albert, Ferdinand, grain merchants; real
estate tax paid by Lipot and Jozsef for one house: 2,868 f/y (V=F6r=F6s, 39)

Klein, Nathan
peddler, born in Sur=E1ny, in Pest since 1833

Klein, Rosalia
washerwoman, born in Pozsony, in Pest since 1825

Klein, Salamon
merchant, born in Bohemia, in Pest since 1835


Klein, Joseph
tailor, born in Sarospatak, in Pest since 1836

Kleinwald, Joseph
buyer, born in Miskolc, in Pest since 1818

Kleinmann, David
buyer, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1821

Klinger, Joseph
peddler, born in Johanna, in Pest since 1825

Knap, Salamon
store clerk, born in Trisch in M=E4hren, In Pest since 1818
1845; conventionatus, income: 50 f/y

Knopp, Rebeca
commercial artist, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1816

K=F6nigvald, Cecilia
self-supported, born in Pozsony, in Pest since 1836

K=F6nigsvald, Laurent
surgent, brn in Pozsony, in Pest since 1821

Kohn, Albert
grain merchant, born in Vasdobra

Kohn, Aron
wholesaler, born in Pozsony
1845: retailer, income: 185 f/y

Kohn, Saruch
merchant, born in Lovasber=E9ny, in Pest since 1808
1845: beggar

Kohn, David
Servant in Ignatz Ganz=B9s pub, born in Bohemia, in Pest since 1822
1845: renter of a minor royal privilege [probably a pub], income: 30 f/y

Kohn, Debora
peddler, born in Galg=F3c, in Pest since 1829

Kohn, Elias
house painter, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1834

Kohn, Elias Leopold
grain merchant, born in Pivani

Kohn, Elico=8A[?]
1845: craftsman, income: 30 f/y

Kohn, Franciscus
1845: buyer, income: 50 f/y

Kohn, Georg
Machine factory owner, born in Pest
1845: ?Georgius: retailer, income: 5p/y

Kohn, Herman
grain merchant, born in Obuda
1845: ?Hermanus,income: 200 f/y [could be any one of the Hermans listed
below]

Kohn, Herman
peddler, born in Veresv=E1r, in Pest since 1832

Kohn, Herman
buyer, born in Buda, in Pest since 1836

Kohn Herman
peddler, born in Bonyh=E1d, in Pest since 1831

Kohn, Herman
wholesaler, born in Obuda

Kohn, Isac
grain merchant, born in Miskolc, in Pest since 1823
1845: beggar

Kohn, Israel
tailor, born in Abony, in Pest since 1814

Kohn, Jacob
tailor, born in Pest
1854: textile merchant (Pester Lloyd, September 11)

Kohn, Jonas
tobacco merchant, born in Miskolc, in Pest since 1819

Kohn, Jonas
peddler, born in Prosnitz, in Pest since 1810

Kohn, Julia
impoverished, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1835

Kohn, Lasar
tailor, born in Besteritz, in Pest since 1836
1845: craftsman, income: 30 f/y

Kohn, Leopold
store clerk of Franz Goldberger, born in Palota, in Pest since 1835

Kohn, Leopold
merchant, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1825

Kohn, Leopold
buyer, born in Pest

Kohn Lipot [Leopold?]
1848: wholesaler of manufacture goods

Kohn, Manus
1845: retailer, income: 120 f/y

Kohn, Mandl Man=8A
scrap dealer, born in Astrau
1845: peddler, income: 20 f/y

Kohn, Marcus
Buyer, born in Kubin, in Pest since 1833

Kohn, Moritz
store clerk at Leopold Granichstadten, born in Veszpr=E9m, in Pest since 1836
1845: retailer, income: 50 f/y

Kohn, Nathan
Scrap dealer, born in Zs=E1mb=E9k
1845: buyer, income: 20 f/y

Kohn, Salamon Enoch
1845; wholesaler, income 540 f/y, has one Jewish and one Gentile servants

Kohn, Samson
grain merchant, born in Bohemia, in Pest since 1836

Kohn, Samuel
merchant, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1835

Kohn, Samuel
peddler, born in Puchov, in Pest since 1828

Kohn, Simon
buyer, born in Abony, in Pest since 1822

Kohn, Simon
commissioner, born in Schafe

Kohn, Maximil=8A
grain merchant, born in Szendr=F6, in Pest since 1831

Kohn, Volf
tailor, born in Balassagyarmat, in Pest since 1835
1845: peddler, income: 30 f/y

Kohn, Volf H.
1845: peddler, income: 35 f/y

Kohner, Adolphus
1845: wholesaler, income: 120 f/y
1873: [sons?] Zsigmond, Karoly, Henrik; family >from Leipzig; feather
business; Henrik was a "virilist" in Pest, in the highest category of tax
payers, who paid real estate tax of 5,548 f/y; his company was K. Henrik an=
d
Sons (feather business) paying income tax 628 f/y. Zsigmond Kohner was on
the board of the Pest-Lip=F3tv=E1ros Savings Bank and the Kamgarnfon=F3 and was
judge at the Bank of Commerce paying 9,000 f/y in taxes [V=F6r=F6s, 50]

Kohner, Franz
grain merchant, born in Pivani, in Pest since 1834

Koller, Israel
teacher, born in Blisna, in Pest since 1831

Kolniczky, Regina
peddler, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1831

Kolinszky, Salamon
wholesaler, born in Vlasin
1845: wholesaler, income: 75 f/y
1848: wholesaler of manufactured goods

Kolinszky, Sigismund
merchant, born in Deutsch Kreutz, in Pest since 1825
1845: wholesaler, income: 150 f/y
1848: wholesaler of manufactured goods

Kollniszky, Mauritius
1845: retailer, income: 65 f/y
1848: M=F3r K., wholesaler, manufactured goods

Komperts, Philip
grain merchant, born in V=E1gujhely, in Pest since 1832

K=F6nig, Adolph
merchant, born in Buda, in Pest since 1825

Kopel, Gerson
grain merchant, born in Kalocsa

Kopeli, Philip
grain merchant, born in Pest

Kopello, L.M.
1845: wholesaler, income: 130 f/y

Koppel, Leopold
wholesaler, born in Pest

Koppel, Rosalia
porter, born in P=E9czel, in Pest since 1827

Koppel, M=F3ricz
flour merchant, born in Obuda
1845: retailer, income: 60 f/y

Kopstein, Salamon
employee of David Stern=B9s heirs, born in Pozsony, in Pest since 1837
1845: retailer, income: 100 f/y
1848: wholesaler of manufactured goods

Koref, Herman
teacher, born in Mihalon (Mihalova), in Pest since 1834

Koreinger, Leopoldus
1845: peddler, income: 25 f/y

Koren, Samuel
1845: crafsman, income: 25 f/y

Korin, Jacob
merchant, born in Arad, in Pest since 1832

Korin, Moritz
wholesaler, born in Obuda

Korl=E4nder, Catha
ribon maker, born in Balassagyarmat, in Pest since 1817

Kornfeld, Marcus
tailor, born in B=E1rtfa, in Pest since 1837
1845: craftsman, income: 35 f/y


Kostolitz, Babette
washerwoman, born in Buda, in Pest since 1836

Kostolitz, Moritz
tailor, born in Kolin, in Pest snce 1814

Kramer, Adolph
horse dealer, born in Pest
1845: retailer, income: 50 f/y

Kramer, Ignatz
clothing merchant, born in Pest
1845: retailer, income: 90 f/y
1873: landlord in the Lip=F3tv=E1ros, taxes: 1,697 f/y

Kramer, Leopoldus
1845: peddler, income: 30 f/y

Kramer, Moyses
horse dealer, born in Pest
1845: retailer, income: 40 f/y

Kramer, Philippus
1845: renter of small royal privilege, income: 40 f/y

Krauss, Lip=F3t
1845: retailer, income: 35 f/y

Krausz, Isac
porter, born in Szigetv=E1r, in Pest since 1833

Krausz, Marcus
merchant, born in T=E9t, in Pest since 1832

Krausz, Moritz
poster painter, born in H=F6gy=E9sz, in Pest since 1834

Krav, Moyses
porter, born in Holics, in Pest since 1825

Kreileseim, Max
unemployed, born in Pozsony

Kren, Philip
servant, born in Stomfa, in Pest since 1822

Kron, Marcus
tailor, born in Miskolc, in Pest since 1835

Kubovitz, Jacob
employee of Jos. Abeles, born in Ungv=E1r, in Pest since 1833

K=FCche, Joseph
physician, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1823

Kunevalder, Eleonora
Person of independent means, born in Veszpr=E9m, in Pest since 1814

Kunevalder, Jonas
wholesaler, born in Obuda
1845: wholesaler
1847/48: privileged wholesalers, taxes: 16 f/y [?]; agent of the Karolyi
family, chief agent of the Trieste General Insurance, on the board of the
Pest First Domestic Savings Trust, the Pest-Buda Craftsmen=B9s Bank and judge
at the Austrian National and the Commercial Bank (V=F6r=F6s, 62)

Kunevalder, Kopl
tolerated Jew >from Obuda

Kunevalder, Leopold
grain merchant, born in Obuda
1845: retailer, income: 95 f/y

Kunevalder, Mauritius
Grain merchant, born in Obuda
1845: buyer, income: 60 f/y

Kunevalder, Philip
wholesaler, born in Obuda
1845: wholesaler, income: 600 f/y, employed one Jewish and one Christian
servant
1847: wholesaler

Kunicz, Marcus
1845: buyer, income: 30 f/y



Peter I. Hidas

thidas@sympatico.ca
peterhidas@yahoo.com

http://www3.sympatico.ca/thidas/Hungarian-history/
http://www.community.webshots.com/user/peterhidas


New Jersey death certificate #hungary

Diane Rabson <dmrabson@...>
 

Hello, everyone,

My maternal great-uncle, Harry Strauss, drowned off
the coast of New Jersey sometime in the mid to late
1920's. I would like to find a death certificate for
him, and even an article, if possible, >from a local
newspaper. He was a young man, possible 19-21 years
old. Apparently he was trying to help someone who had
fallen off a boat, and was himself dragged down into
the water.

I wrote to Trenton, but they no longer do searches for
death certificates by mail. I live in the West, so I
would prefer to do what I can by mail.

Can anyone offer suggestions?

Thanks in advance,

Diane Rabson

Searching: STRAUS(S), STRAUSLER Tokaj, Brooklyn
KOHN/KUHN/COHEN Satoralujhely, Brooklyn
NEWMAN/NEUMAN Satoralujhely

=====
"When you harbor bitterness, happiness will dock elsewhere."
~~~~~
Diane M. Rabson
330 S. 39th St.
Boulder, CO 80305 USA
dmrabson@yahoo.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary New Jersey death certificate #hungary

Diane Rabson <dmrabson@...>
 

Hello, everyone,

My maternal great-uncle, Harry Strauss, drowned off
the coast of New Jersey sometime in the mid to late
1920's. I would like to find a death certificate for
him, and even an article, if possible, >from a local
newspaper. He was a young man, possible 19-21 years
old. Apparently he was trying to help someone who had
fallen off a boat, and was himself dragged down into
the water.

I wrote to Trenton, but they no longer do searches for
death certificates by mail. I live in the West, so I
would prefer to do what I can by mail.

Can anyone offer suggestions?

Thanks in advance,

Diane Rabson

Searching: STRAUS(S), STRAUSLER Tokaj, Brooklyn
KOHN/KUHN/COHEN Satoralujhely, Brooklyn
NEWMAN/NEUMAN Satoralujhely

=====
"When you harbor bitterness, happiness will dock elsewhere."
~~~~~
Diane M. Rabson
330 S. 39th St.
Boulder, CO 80305 USA
dmrabson@yahoo.com


Calman Lieberman list of cemeteries #hungary

Louis Schonfeld <ischon@...>
 

I have received several messages concerning the information I forwarded
from Mr. Calman Lieberman about the various cemetery projects in Hungary
and Slovkia with which he is involved. Subsequent to that message which
he asked me to forward to the group, he acquired his own e-mail address
which is clieberman@mailstation.com
He has also become a subscriber to the list. Please forward to him those
messages that were sent to me about his announcement. Thank you.


Louis Schonfeld
13938A Cedar Road #180
University Heights, OH 44118-3204
ischon@adelphia.net
www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Mukachevo/


Hungary SIG #Hungary Calman Lieberman list of cemeteries #hungary

Louis Schonfeld <ischon@...>
 

I have received several messages concerning the information I forwarded
from Mr. Calman Lieberman about the various cemetery projects in Hungary
and Slovkia with which he is involved. Subsequent to that message which
he asked me to forward to the group, he acquired his own e-mail address
which is clieberman@mailstation.com
He has also become a subscriber to the list. Please forward to him those
messages that were sent to me about his announcement. Thank you.


Louis Schonfeld
13938A Cedar Road #180
University Heights, OH 44118-3204
ischon@adelphia.net
www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Mukachevo/


Re: cemetery of bratislava #hungary

Tomer Brunner <tomerbr@...>
 

On Sun, 16 Jun 2002 "frishmechlis" <frishmechlis@bezeqint.net> wrote:

..have seen ..detailed list of tombstones in the cemetery of
kosice..if there exist such a list of the cemetery of bratisalava,
slovakia?
Such a list does exist but not on-line, as far as I know.
In the orthodox cemetery of Bratislava (the large, above ground one
,not the Chatam-Sofer cemetery) there's a book
with such a list. This is *not* the book where entries were
added after evry death, but an older one, (written in the 1930's
I believe) with the location of grave and details about the
person buried.

Hope it helps,
Tomer Brunner, Israel


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: cemetery of bratislava #hungary

Tomer Brunner <tomerbr@...>
 

On Sun, 16 Jun 2002 "frishmechlis" <frishmechlis@bezeqint.net> wrote:

..have seen ..detailed list of tombstones in the cemetery of
kosice..if there exist such a list of the cemetery of bratisalava,
slovakia?
Such a list does exist but not on-line, as far as I know.
In the orthodox cemetery of Bratislava (the large, above ground one
,not the Chatam-Sofer cemetery) there's a book
with such a list. This is *not* the book where entries were
added after evry death, but an older one, (written in the 1930's
I believe) with the location of grave and details about the
person buried.

Hope it helps,
Tomer Brunner, Israel


Re: FW: Reconstruction of Cemeteries #hungary

Ing. Lang Tomás <tlang@...>
 

Dear H-SIGers :
I was very pleased with an information of Calman Lieberman
to start activities to save the jewish cemeteries some of
them are in Slovakia.
The Nyitra = NITRA / Slovakia Jewish Cemetery has a complet
fence and gate, it is maintained by the local Nitra Jewish
Community.
In Vagujhely = NOVE MEST NAD VAHOM / Slovakia their are no
living Jews now, the cemetery is maintained by the Centre
for Maintaining and Restoring of Jewish Cemeteries in
Slovakia residing in Banska Bystrica. The Centre was
established four - five years ago by The Central Union of
Jewish Communities in Slovakia residing in Bratislava. The
activities are financed mainly by The EZRA Foundation and by
the donations >from abroad respectively. The Centre has an
overview of 620 jewish cemeteries in Slovakia and closly
co-operates with jews of local origin residing abroad if the
cotact are available.
I am sure the close contact and exchange of informations in
order to restore priorly the cemeteries located where no
more jewish population is living will be highly appreciated.
In short time we will post an information about the Centre´s
activities and call for co-operation for all members of both
the H-SIG and Boh-MorSIG as well.

WBR
Tomas Lang, PhD
Jewish Community President
Ceska basta 5
SK-940 60 NOVÉ ZÁMKY
Slovak Republic
Phone +421 (0) 35 / 64 01 759
Fax : +421 (0) 35 / 64 44 640
www : http://www.kehilanz.sk
E-mail: kehilanz@pobox.sk

PLEASE NOTE the new phone- and fax numbers
and E-mail address of the Community and use
them even you have got our message >from an
other one. THANKS.
------------------------THE END-------------------------

----- Original Message -----
From: <ischon@adelphia.net>
To: "Hungarian SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Sunday, June 16, 2002 12:35 PM
Subject: [h-sig] FW: Reconstruction of Cemeteries


| >>from Calman Lieberman
|
|
| Please inform your group that the following cemeteries are
now being
| visited in order to start build a gate around it in the
near future, any
| one with any information should please inform me by my
e-mail or by fax
| 718-599-4997
| Demecer-Szalaszend-Naghvaszonyi-Krasznai-Banisor-Nyitra-
| Vagujhely-Kechnic-Zsaday-Gelenes-Szurte-Backa
Planka-Bonhad(old
| cemetery).
|
|
| Thank You!
| Calman
|
|
| This SIG (h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org) is hosted by
| JewishGen: The Home of Jewish Genealogy
| Visit our home page at http://www.jewishgen.org
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Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: FW: Reconstruction of Cemeteries #hungary

Ing. Lang Tomás <tlang@...>
 

Dear H-SIGers :
I was very pleased with an information of Calman Lieberman
to start activities to save the jewish cemeteries some of
them are in Slovakia.
The Nyitra = NITRA / Slovakia Jewish Cemetery has a complet
fence and gate, it is maintained by the local Nitra Jewish
Community.
In Vagujhely = NOVE MEST NAD VAHOM / Slovakia their are no
living Jews now, the cemetery is maintained by the Centre
for Maintaining and Restoring of Jewish Cemeteries in
Slovakia residing in Banska Bystrica. The Centre was
established four - five years ago by The Central Union of
Jewish Communities in Slovakia residing in Bratislava. The
activities are financed mainly by The EZRA Foundation and by
the donations >from abroad respectively. The Centre has an
overview of 620 jewish cemeteries in Slovakia and closly
co-operates with jews of local origin residing abroad if the
cotact are available.
I am sure the close contact and exchange of informations in
order to restore priorly the cemeteries located where no
more jewish population is living will be highly appreciated.
In short time we will post an information about the Centre´s
activities and call for co-operation for all members of both
the H-SIG and Boh-MorSIG as well.

WBR
Tomas Lang, PhD
Jewish Community President
Ceska basta 5
SK-940 60 NOVÉ ZÁMKY
Slovak Republic
Phone +421 (0) 35 / 64 01 759
Fax : +421 (0) 35 / 64 44 640
www : http://www.kehilanz.sk
E-mail: kehilanz@pobox.sk

PLEASE NOTE the new phone- and fax numbers
and E-mail address of the Community and use
them even you have got our message >from an
other one. THANKS.
------------------------THE END-------------------------

----- Original Message -----
From: <ischon@adelphia.net>
To: "Hungarian SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Sunday, June 16, 2002 12:35 PM
Subject: [h-sig] FW: Reconstruction of Cemeteries


| >>from Calman Lieberman
|
|
| Please inform your group that the following cemeteries are
now being
| visited in order to start build a gate around it in the
near future, any
| one with any information should please inform me by my
e-mail or by fax
| 718-599-4997
| Demecer-Szalaszend-Naghvaszonyi-Krasznai-Banisor-Nyitra-
| Vagujhely-Kechnic-Zsaday-Gelenes-Szurte-Backa
Planka-Bonhad(old
| cemetery).
|
|
| Thank You!
| Calman
|
|
| This SIG (h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org) is hosted by
| JewishGen: The Home of Jewish Genealogy
| Visit our home page at http://www.jewishgen.org
| To post a message to this mailing list please address it
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|
| Visit our website at http://www.jewishgen.org/hungary/ ,
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| H-SIG message archives at
| http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~sigspop


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