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Re: Zdunska Wola news: ghetto ceremony, grave lists, fundraising,and other news #poland

Norman Weinberg <nweinberg@...>
 

Dear Daniel:

Thanks for your message. I am very interested in learning about your
progress. My sincere congratulations on all of what you and your associates
have and are doing on the ZW cemetery project! This is a wonderful example
for others to follow and a great mitzvah.

I hope that the PJCRP will be able to help through our continuing efforts in
building awareness and support for restoring the devastated Jewish
Cemeteries of Poland amongst governments, philanthropic foundations and with
other organizations and individuals.

You demonstrate that cemetery restoration is also very much about life and
the living, while remembering and honoring the dead and those murdered in
the Holocaust.

Please see a JTA story by Ruth E. Gruber about the PJCRP and the restoration
work being done on the Karczew cemetery:
http://www.jta.org/page_view_story.asp?intarticleid=12010&intcategoryid=2

Very best wishes

Shabbat Shalom

Dr. Norman Weinberg
Executive Coordinator
Poland Jewish Cemeteries Restoration Project (PJCRP)
www.pjcrp.org

----- Original Message -----
From: "Daniel Hanoch Wagner" <Sent: Friday, November 01, 2002 5:01 AM
Subject: Zdunska Wola news: ghetto ceremony, grave lists, fundraising,and
other news


Dear friends:

1. Following the recent summer activities on behalf of the ex-residents of
Zdunska Wola, the Zdunska Wola web site:
http://www.weizmann.ac.il/wagner/ZdunskaWola/Contents.htm
has been updated. Included are details and photographs about the September
24, 2002 ceremony held in the ZW cemetery in memory of the ghetto
annihilation 60 years ago.

2. I also will soon update the site with additions to the list of
tombstones, following the work of Asher Ud-Sieradzki with schoolchildren in
July and September at the cemetery.

3. On another issue, I recently spent a day in Salt Lake City and was able
to collect all Jewish names in the Roman-Catholic vital books of Zdunska
Wola for the years 1808-1825. I will soon update the web site with this list
of names, which will also be transfered to JRI.

4. Finally, I am pleased to announce that following the fund raising
activity of the last few months, enough money has been collected to entirely
renew the gate of the cemetery. Work is already underway and further details
will be provided in the new future. Detailed explanations may be obtained
from the Head of the Organization, Mr Yehuda Krool, who can be contacted at:
yehuda@krool.net or else at: krool@zahav.net.il

Regards to all.

H Daniel Wagner
The Livio Norzi Professorial Chair

Weizmann Institute of Science
Tel: +(972) 8 934 2594
Fax: +(972) 8 934 4137
E-mail: daniel.wagner@weizmann.ac.il
Homepage: http://www.weizmann.ac.il/wagner/home.htm


Re: jri-pl digest: October 17, 2002 #poland

Mrnrchr@...
 

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I used guides >from the Orbis agency, based in New York. The guides were
excellent -
we used 1 in Krakow and 1 in Czestochowa/Krzepice. Both were excellent. If
you can't locate the phone number of the agency, let me know...I'll dig thru
my records.

Myron Reicher

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<HTML><FONT FACE=arial,helvetica><FONT SIZE=2 FAMILY="SANSSERIF" FACE="Arial" LANG="0">I used guides >from the Orbis agency, based in New York. The guides were excellent - <BR>
we used 1 in Krakow and 1 in Czestochowa/Krzepice. Both were excellent. If you can't locate the phone number of the agency, let me know...I'll dig thru my records.<BR>
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Myron Reicher</FONT></HTML>

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Re: PSA project <> Zyrardow, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Mszczonow, Wiskitki, Nadarzyn. #poland

akivam@...
 

Does anybody know anything about a village named "Konigshain"- it is in Saxony,
Germany. on the border with poland. it is near a town named Gorlitz. if you
know anything about the history or jews of the region please notify.


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Zdunska Wola news: ghetto ceremony, grave lists, fundraising,and other news #poland

Norman Weinberg <nweinberg@...>
 

Dear Daniel:

Thanks for your message. I am very interested in learning about your
progress. My sincere congratulations on all of what you and your associates
have and are doing on the ZW cemetery project! This is a wonderful example
for others to follow and a great mitzvah.

I hope that the PJCRP will be able to help through our continuing efforts in
building awareness and support for restoring the devastated Jewish
Cemeteries of Poland amongst governments, philanthropic foundations and with
other organizations and individuals.

You demonstrate that cemetery restoration is also very much about life and
the living, while remembering and honoring the dead and those murdered in
the Holocaust.

Please see a JTA story by Ruth E. Gruber about the PJCRP and the restoration
work being done on the Karczew cemetery:
http://www.jta.org/page_view_story.asp?intarticleid=12010&intcategoryid=2

Very best wishes

Shabbat Shalom

Dr. Norman Weinberg
Executive Coordinator
Poland Jewish Cemeteries Restoration Project (PJCRP)
www.pjcrp.org

----- Original Message -----
From: "Daniel Hanoch Wagner" <Sent: Friday, November 01, 2002 5:01 AM
Subject: Zdunska Wola news: ghetto ceremony, grave lists, fundraising,and
other news


Dear friends:

1. Following the recent summer activities on behalf of the ex-residents of
Zdunska Wola, the Zdunska Wola web site:
http://www.weizmann.ac.il/wagner/ZdunskaWola/Contents.htm
has been updated. Included are details and photographs about the September
24, 2002 ceremony held in the ZW cemetery in memory of the ghetto
annihilation 60 years ago.

2. I also will soon update the site with additions to the list of
tombstones, following the work of Asher Ud-Sieradzki with schoolchildren in
July and September at the cemetery.

3. On another issue, I recently spent a day in Salt Lake City and was able
to collect all Jewish names in the Roman-Catholic vital books of Zdunska
Wola for the years 1808-1825. I will soon update the web site with this list
of names, which will also be transfered to JRI.

4. Finally, I am pleased to announce that following the fund raising
activity of the last few months, enough money has been collected to entirely
renew the gate of the cemetery. Work is already underway and further details
will be provided in the new future. Detailed explanations may be obtained
from the Head of the Organization, Mr Yehuda Krool, who can be contacted at:
yehuda@krool.net or else at: krool@zahav.net.il

Regards to all.

H Daniel Wagner
The Livio Norzi Professorial Chair

Weizmann Institute of Science
Tel: +(972) 8 934 2594
Fax: +(972) 8 934 4137
E-mail: daniel.wagner@weizmann.ac.il
Homepage: http://www.weizmann.ac.il/wagner/home.htm


JRI Poland #Poland Re: jri-pl digest: October 17, 2002 #poland

Mrnrchr@...
 

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I used guides >from the Orbis agency, based in New York. The guides were
excellent -
we used 1 in Krakow and 1 in Czestochowa/Krzepice. Both were excellent. If
you can't locate the phone number of the agency, let me know...I'll dig thru
my records.

Myron Reicher

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<HTML><FONT FACE=arial,helvetica><FONT SIZE=2 FAMILY="SANSSERIF" FACE="Arial" LANG="0">I used guides >from the Orbis agency, based in New York. The guides were excellent - <BR>
we used 1 in Krakow and 1 in Czestochowa/Krzepice. Both were excellent. If you can't locate the phone number of the agency, let me know...I'll dig thru my records.<BR>
<BR>
Myron Reicher</FONT></HTML>

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JRI Poland #Poland Re: PSA project <> Zyrardow, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Mszczonow, Wiskitki, Nadarzyn. #poland

akivam@...
 

Does anybody know anything about a village named "Konigshain"- it is in Saxony,
Germany. on the border with poland. it is near a town named Gorlitz. if you
know anything about the history or jews of the region please notify.


Zdunska Wola news: ghetto ceremony, grave lists, fundraising, and other news #poland

Daniel Hanoch Wagner <Cpwagner@...>
 

Dear friends:

1. Following the recent summer activities on behalf of the ex-residents of =
Zdunska Wola, the Zdunska Wola web site:
http://www.weizmann.ac.il/wagner/ZdunskaWola/Contents.htm=20
has been updated. Included are details and photographs about the September =
24, 2002 ceremony held in the ZW cemetery in memory of the ghetto =
annihilation 60 years ago.=20

2. I also will soon update the site with additions to the list of =
tombstones, following the work of Asher Ud-Sieradzki with schoolchildren =
in July and September at the cemetery.

3. On another issue, I recently spent a day in Salt Lake City and was able =
to collect all Jewish names in the Roman-Catholic vital books of Zdunska =
Wola for the years 1808-1825. I will soon update the web site with this =
list of names, which will also be transfered to JRI.

4. Finally, I am pleased to announce that following the fund raising =
activity of the last few months, enough money has been collected to =
entirely renew the gate of the cemetery. Work is already underway and =
further details will be provided in the new future. Detailed explanations =
may be obtained >from the Head of the Organization, Mr Yehuda Krool, who =
can be contacted at: yehuda@krool.net or else at: krool@zahav.net.il=20

Regards to all.

H Daniel Wagner=20
The Livio Norzi Professorial Chair

Weizmann Institute of Science
Tel: +(972) 8 934 2594
Fax: +(972) 8 934 4137
E-mail: daniel.wagner@weizmann.ac.il
Homepage: http://www.weizmann.ac.il/wagner/home.htm


JRI Poland #Poland Zdunska Wola news: ghetto ceremony, grave lists, fundraising, and other news #poland

Daniel Hanoch Wagner <Cpwagner@...>
 

Dear friends:

1. Following the recent summer activities on behalf of the ex-residents of =
Zdunska Wola, the Zdunska Wola web site:
http://www.weizmann.ac.il/wagner/ZdunskaWola/Contents.htm=20
has been updated. Included are details and photographs about the September =
24, 2002 ceremony held in the ZW cemetery in memory of the ghetto =
annihilation 60 years ago.=20

2. I also will soon update the site with additions to the list of =
tombstones, following the work of Asher Ud-Sieradzki with schoolchildren =
in July and September at the cemetery.

3. On another issue, I recently spent a day in Salt Lake City and was able =
to collect all Jewish names in the Roman-Catholic vital books of Zdunska =
Wola for the years 1808-1825. I will soon update the web site with this =
list of names, which will also be transfered to JRI.

4. Finally, I am pleased to announce that following the fund raising =
activity of the last few months, enough money has been collected to =
entirely renew the gate of the cemetery. Work is already underway and =
further details will be provided in the new future. Detailed explanations =
may be obtained >from the Head of the Organization, Mr Yehuda Krool, who =
can be contacted at: yehuda@krool.net or else at: krool@zahav.net.il=20

Regards to all.

H Daniel Wagner=20
The Livio Norzi Professorial Chair

Weizmann Institute of Science
Tel: +(972) 8 934 2594
Fax: +(972) 8 934 4137
E-mail: daniel.wagner@weizmann.ac.il
Homepage: http://www.weizmann.ac.il/wagner/home.htm


Search an obituary in the Toronto Star #poland

Shlomo Wygodny <wygodny@...>
 

I wonder if any of our Canadian researchers can do me a big favor and search
in a library for the 2000-12-29 issue of the "Toronto Star".
It should include an obituary of:
KATZ, Marilyn (VIGODNY)

I would greatly appreciate it if this someone could fax the obituary to
the US fax (603) 308-5948 , or Email me all the details in it to
wygodny@mutek.com .

BTW I found this info in http://searches.rootsweb.com/

Thanks in advance for your help,

- Shlomo Wygodny, Ramat Hasharon, Israel
Researching:
WYGODNY Everywhere
HENDEL Lipno Poland
OBERLANDER and SCHREIER Drogobych Ukraine
PINCZEWSKI Lodz Poland


Holocaust Slave Labor: Warsaw and Czestochowa #poland

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
 

The United States Holocuast Memorial Museum has informed me of a
program to pay financial reparations to former slave-labor workers in
Warsaw and Czestochowa. And they have asked me to share this
information with others: Interested persons should contact the
H=F8jgaard & Schultz' Foundation for Former Forced Laborers: by e-mail
at hda@jblaw.dk; by phone at 45-33-47-88-84, by fax at
45-33-47-89-39, or by post at Henrik Dahl, Jonas Bruun Law Firm,
Bredgade 38, DK-1260 Copenhagen K, Denmark. (They speak excellent
English.) Note that H=F8jgaard & Schultz is a construction company
that was hired by the Nazis for specific projects in Warsaw and
Czestochowa. They have set aside money for people who worked on
their projects.

The purpose of this posting, in fact, is to give some information on
how you can discover if a member of your family was in slave labor in
Czestochowa:

1. I am guiding a project to type a list of 2504 Jews >from
Czestochowa who survived the war. Here is a complete list of the
surnames in our typing:

http://www.kazez.com/~dan/Czesto-Rad/Czesto-Surv.html

2. We are typing a list of slave labor workers, >from a list that was
provided to us by the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw:
http://www.jewishinstitute.org.pl/
in cooperation with the Ronald S. Lauder Foundation Genealogy Project:
http://www.rslfoundation.org/html/ourwork/ourwork.htm
Additional documents came >from the United States Holocaust Memorial
Museum. So far, there are more than 4000 persons listed, with these
surnames:

http://www.kazez.com/~dan/Czesto-Rad/CzestoForced-sur.html

Neither typing project is quite finished. But because our records
may help many families apply for and collect financial reparations, I
announce our work-in-progress now so that we may be of assistance to
any person who needs advance access to the records we are typing. Of
course, in the end our records will be available for the benefit of
all.

Dan
=2E.......................................................
Daniel Kazez <dkazez@wittenberg.edu>
Professor of Music / Wittenberg University / Springfield, Ohio USA
Poland: TALMAN, ENGLANDER, JURKIEWICZ, STRAUSBERG, KIFER, CZAPNIK, BRODA,
SZEWCZYK, LEWKOWICZ, SZPALTYN, OFMAN, ZYLBERBERG, KRZEPICKI, LUKS,
MOSZKOWICZ, STROZ, SZWIMER, GUTMAN, PESACH
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/talman/
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/englander/

--


JRI Poland #Poland Search an obituary in the Toronto Star #poland

Shlomo Wygodny <wygodny@...>
 

I wonder if any of our Canadian researchers can do me a big favor and search
in a library for the 2000-12-29 issue of the "Toronto Star".
It should include an obituary of:
KATZ, Marilyn (VIGODNY)

I would greatly appreciate it if this someone could fax the obituary to
the US fax (603) 308-5948 , or Email me all the details in it to
wygodny@mutek.com .

BTW I found this info in http://searches.rootsweb.com/

Thanks in advance for your help,

- Shlomo Wygodny, Ramat Hasharon, Israel
Researching:
WYGODNY Everywhere
HENDEL Lipno Poland
OBERLANDER and SCHREIER Drogobych Ukraine
PINCZEWSKI Lodz Poland


JRI Poland #Poland Holocaust Slave Labor: Warsaw and Czestochowa #poland

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
 

The United States Holocuast Memorial Museum has informed me of a
program to pay financial reparations to former slave-labor workers in
Warsaw and Czestochowa. And they have asked me to share this
information with others: Interested persons should contact the
H=F8jgaard & Schultz' Foundation for Former Forced Laborers: by e-mail
at hda@jblaw.dk; by phone at 45-33-47-88-84, by fax at
45-33-47-89-39, or by post at Henrik Dahl, Jonas Bruun Law Firm,
Bredgade 38, DK-1260 Copenhagen K, Denmark. (They speak excellent
English.) Note that H=F8jgaard & Schultz is a construction company
that was hired by the Nazis for specific projects in Warsaw and
Czestochowa. They have set aside money for people who worked on
their projects.

The purpose of this posting, in fact, is to give some information on
how you can discover if a member of your family was in slave labor in
Czestochowa:

1. I am guiding a project to type a list of 2504 Jews >from
Czestochowa who survived the war. Here is a complete list of the
surnames in our typing:

http://www.kazez.com/~dan/Czesto-Rad/Czesto-Surv.html

2. We are typing a list of slave labor workers, >from a list that was
provided to us by the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw:
http://www.jewishinstitute.org.pl/
in cooperation with the Ronald S. Lauder Foundation Genealogy Project:
http://www.rslfoundation.org/html/ourwork/ourwork.htm
Additional documents came >from the United States Holocaust Memorial
Museum. So far, there are more than 4000 persons listed, with these
surnames:

http://www.kazez.com/~dan/Czesto-Rad/CzestoForced-sur.html

Neither typing project is quite finished. But because our records
may help many families apply for and collect financial reparations, I
announce our work-in-progress now so that we may be of assistance to
any person who needs advance access to the records we are typing. Of
course, in the end our records will be available for the benefit of
all.

Dan
=2E.......................................................
Daniel Kazez <dkazez@wittenberg.edu>
Professor of Music / Wittenberg University / Springfield, Ohio USA
Poland: TALMAN, ENGLANDER, JURKIEWICZ, STRAUSBERG, KIFER, CZAPNIK, BRODA,
SZEWCZYK, LEWKOWICZ, SZPALTYN, OFMAN, ZYLBERBERG, KRZEPICKI, LUKS,
MOSZKOWICZ, STROZ, SZWIMER, GUTMAN, PESACH
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/talman/
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/englander/

--


Jerusalem Post article #poland

Joyce Field
 

Please see the informative article by Schelly Talalay Dardashti in
the Jerusalem Post,
http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=JPost/A/JPArticle/ShowFull&cid=1036295863883.
Remember to paste the entire URL into your browser window. Or go to
www.jpost.com, scroll down to section heads, click on Jewish World,
and It's All Relative will be found on that page.

The article focuses on Rachel Karni's translation of the Shumsk,
Ukraine yizkor book in particular and the Yizkor Book Project in
general and also the EIDB on the JewishGen site.

Joyce Field
jfield@jewishgen.org


JRI Poland #Poland Fwd: Jerusalem Post article #poland

Joyce Field
 

Please see the informative article by Schelly Talalay Dardashti in
the Jerusalem Post,
http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=JPost/A/JPArticle/ShowFull&cid=1036295863883.
Remember to paste the entire URL into your browser window. Or go to
www.jpost.com, scroll down to section heads, click on Jewish World,
and It's All Relative will be found on that page.

The article focuses on Rachel Karni's translation of the Shumsk,
Ukraine yizkor book in particular and the Yizkor Book Project in
general and also the EIDB on the JewishGen site.

Joyce Field
jfield@jewishgen.org


Re: belarus digest: November 03, 2002 #belarus

Bill Schechter <schech@...>
 

I am still trying to understand why the death lists of towns for which
no Yizkhor book are available can not find a place in the Holocaust
section (It could simply be a page with a compilation of death list
links by town) or somewhere in the Yizkhor book area. The important
thing is that someone looking for a murdered relative can type a name
into a search engine or go to a page with list links and have some hope
of finding their relative's name. Right now, my list of those killed in
Kholmech (Belarus) is buried in my web site and in the "Shtetl's of
Belarus" web site, and inaccessible to a person who knows the name of
relative but not necessarily the place they came from. Yizkhor books are
richer resources, but we should ensure, to the maximum extent possible,
that all those lost can be found.

Bill Schechter
MODERATOR NOTE: Please check JewishGen's Holocaust database
(www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust)


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: belarus digest: November 03, 2002 #belarus

Bill Schechter <schech@...>
 

I am still trying to understand why the death lists of towns for which
no Yizkhor book are available can not find a place in the Holocaust
section (It could simply be a page with a compilation of death list
links by town) or somewhere in the Yizkhor book area. The important
thing is that someone looking for a murdered relative can type a name
into a search engine or go to a page with list links and have some hope
of finding their relative's name. Right now, my list of those killed in
Kholmech (Belarus) is buried in my web site and in the "Shtetl's of
Belarus" web site, and inaccessible to a person who knows the name of
relative but not necessarily the place they came from. Yizkhor books are
richer resources, but we should ensure, to the maximum extent possible,
that all those lost can be found.

Bill Schechter
MODERATOR NOTE: Please check JewishGen's Holocaust database
(www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust)


JUDELOWITZ & YUDELOEWITZ burials and deaths #general

Stanley Judd <stanleyjudd@...>
 

Part A

In 1991 I obtained a list of all Yudelowitz and Judelowitz burials >from
the Chevra Kadisha in Johannesburg RSA. I was able to match about half
of them to families in my Yud.../Jud... database. The remaining burials
are shown below.
I am posting the data in the hope that it will be of some value to other
researchers. If you are able to identify any of these people, I would
appreciate your sending me additional information about them so I can link
them to families in my database.

Ben *Yudelowitz d.7/12/1923
bur.7/13/1923 Brixton Cemetery 390
Alta *Yudelowitz d.7/24/1964
bur.7/26/1964 Westpark Cem H 869
Arnold *Yudelowitz d.9/30/1967
bur.10/2/1967 Westpark Cem S/B 812
Beinish *Yudelowitz d.12/10/1978
bur.12/11/1978 Westpark Cem H 2689
Colman *Yudelowitz d.3/23/1973
bur.3/25/1973 Westpark Cem P 83
Jennie *Yudelowitz d.1/16/1991
bur.1/17/1991 Westpark Cem P 84
Melanie Audrey *Yudelowitz d.11/6/1984
bur.11/7/1984 Westpark Cem V 731
Menachem Mendel *Yudelowitz d.3/3/1980
bur.3/4/1980 Westpark Cem S 2647
Samuel *Yudelowitz d.4/6/1958
bur.4/7/1958 Westpark Cem G 307
Dinah *Judelowitz d.7/4/1941
bur.7/4/1941 Brixton Cemetery 5953
Leon *Judelowitz d.1/9/1939
bur.1/10/1939 Brixton Cemetery 4920
Jacob *Judelowitz d.3/25/1910
bur.3/27/1910 Braamfontein Cem 904
M_____ *Judelowitz d.3/17/1912
bur.3/17/1912 Braamfontein Cem 1100

Part B

I received the data below in response to requests for input to my
Jud.../Yud... database. I have been unable to identify a source for the
individual burial or for the list of death dates. I am posting the data
in the hope that it will be of some value to other researchers. If you
are able to identify any of these people, I would appreciate your sending
me additional information about them so I can link them to families in my
database.

Moses Solomon *Judelowitz d.1910
bur. Memorial Bloemfontein ZA 8A:482

JUDELOWITZ death dates:
*Abram Schlomo m d.10 Oct 1939
*Abram Judel m d.30 Nov 1909
*Amalia Malka Abraham f d.22 Aug 1940
*Aschne (Mrs) f d.21 Jan 1916
*Betija Leib (murdered) f d.20 Feb 1927
*Betija Beile Benjamin f d.29 Jan 1941
*Chaim Behre m d.28 Mar 1924
*Chawe Mine (Mrs) f d.08 Dec 1921
*Elka Joseph f d.19 Jul 1936
*Emma (Miss) f d.05 Jul 1936
*Feige (Mrs) f d.27 Jul 1922
*Filip m d.17 Feb 1933
*Frume Ester f d.06 Jan 1940
*Guta f d.31 Dec 1929
*Hirsch Josef m d.13 Apr 1937
*Jossel Schlomo m d.22 Jan 1937
*Leiser Dov m d.06 Feb 1940
*Liebe (Mrs) f d.06 Jun 1926
*Roche Leja f d.26 Mar 1932
*Rochel f d.25 Apr 1932
*Sara Abraham f d.27 Jan 1927
*Sora Reise Meir Schimon f d.09 May 1939
*Sore Leib f d.23 Jun 1928
*Tewje Dov Ber m d.02 Dec 1935

Stanley H. Judd Los Altos Hills, CA
Searching JUDELOWITZ/YUDELOWITZ, BRILLIANT, JANKOWSKY, ROTCHILD, BAER
Locations northern Lithuania and Latvia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JUDELOWITZ & YUDELOEWITZ burials and deaths #general

Stanley Judd <stanleyjudd@...>
 

Part A

In 1991 I obtained a list of all Yudelowitz and Judelowitz burials >from
the Chevra Kadisha in Johannesburg RSA. I was able to match about half
of them to families in my Yud.../Jud... database. The remaining burials
are shown below.
I am posting the data in the hope that it will be of some value to other
researchers. If you are able to identify any of these people, I would
appreciate your sending me additional information about them so I can link
them to families in my database.

Ben *Yudelowitz d.7/12/1923
bur.7/13/1923 Brixton Cemetery 390
Alta *Yudelowitz d.7/24/1964
bur.7/26/1964 Westpark Cem H 869
Arnold *Yudelowitz d.9/30/1967
bur.10/2/1967 Westpark Cem S/B 812
Beinish *Yudelowitz d.12/10/1978
bur.12/11/1978 Westpark Cem H 2689
Colman *Yudelowitz d.3/23/1973
bur.3/25/1973 Westpark Cem P 83
Jennie *Yudelowitz d.1/16/1991
bur.1/17/1991 Westpark Cem P 84
Melanie Audrey *Yudelowitz d.11/6/1984
bur.11/7/1984 Westpark Cem V 731
Menachem Mendel *Yudelowitz d.3/3/1980
bur.3/4/1980 Westpark Cem S 2647
Samuel *Yudelowitz d.4/6/1958
bur.4/7/1958 Westpark Cem G 307
Dinah *Judelowitz d.7/4/1941
bur.7/4/1941 Brixton Cemetery 5953
Leon *Judelowitz d.1/9/1939
bur.1/10/1939 Brixton Cemetery 4920
Jacob *Judelowitz d.3/25/1910
bur.3/27/1910 Braamfontein Cem 904
M_____ *Judelowitz d.3/17/1912
bur.3/17/1912 Braamfontein Cem 1100

Part B

I received the data below in response to requests for input to my
Jud.../Yud... database. I have been unable to identify a source for the
individual burial or for the list of death dates. I am posting the data
in the hope that it will be of some value to other researchers. If you
are able to identify any of these people, I would appreciate your sending
me additional information about them so I can link them to families in my
database.

Moses Solomon *Judelowitz d.1910
bur. Memorial Bloemfontein ZA 8A:482

JUDELOWITZ death dates:
*Abram Schlomo m d.10 Oct 1939
*Abram Judel m d.30 Nov 1909
*Amalia Malka Abraham f d.22 Aug 1940
*Aschne (Mrs) f d.21 Jan 1916
*Betija Leib (murdered) f d.20 Feb 1927
*Betija Beile Benjamin f d.29 Jan 1941
*Chaim Behre m d.28 Mar 1924
*Chawe Mine (Mrs) f d.08 Dec 1921
*Elka Joseph f d.19 Jul 1936
*Emma (Miss) f d.05 Jul 1936
*Feige (Mrs) f d.27 Jul 1922
*Filip m d.17 Feb 1933
*Frume Ester f d.06 Jan 1940
*Guta f d.31 Dec 1929
*Hirsch Josef m d.13 Apr 1937
*Jossel Schlomo m d.22 Jan 1937
*Leiser Dov m d.06 Feb 1940
*Liebe (Mrs) f d.06 Jun 1926
*Roche Leja f d.26 Mar 1932
*Rochel f d.25 Apr 1932
*Sara Abraham f d.27 Jan 1927
*Sora Reise Meir Schimon f d.09 May 1939
*Sore Leib f d.23 Jun 1928
*Tewje Dov Ber m d.02 Dec 1935

Stanley H. Judd Los Altos Hills, CA
Searching JUDELOWITZ/YUDELOWITZ, BRILLIANT, JANKOWSKY, ROTCHILD, BAER
Locations northern Lithuania and Latvia


Tracinf families on the listserv #general

MBernet@...
 

I know that "hotdog" asked fot a personal response, but my response
is really a comment for every genner who wants to do effective research

In a message dated 11/4/2002 9:01:57 AM Eastern Standard Time,
hotdog@netvision.net.il writes:

<< Shalom, after utilizing the great (!) Ellis Island search engine,
I am now trying to locate the following families.

1) ALEXANDER - Abraham (Abe)

2) ALEXANDER - Aaron

3) ALEXANDROVSKY Miriam

4) ALEXANDEROVSKY Yankel - Jacob

6) ALEXANDROVSKY Savel

5) ALEXANDER Samuel (Sandy?) - Warsaw

6) ALEXANDER Moshe - Warsaw >>

==Alexander is a common-enough name. Even I have a couple of them <vbg>.
It is always helpful if you give an accurate, or even approximate, time
frame. Others won't waste their time and yours with an irrelevant response-
-and you stand a much better chance of your message being answered by
someone who has the answer.

Michael Bernet New york mBernet@aol.com.


Re: Bronx, N.Y. death notice? #general

Ira Leviton
 

"What newspaper would be appropriate to check out a death that
ocurred in the Bronx, NY in 1989?"

To my knowledge, The Bronx has never had a borough-wide general
newspaper that carries death notices. The best sources are the major New
York City newspapers, specifically the New York Times, the Daily News, and
the New York Post.

Other suggestions are writing to the New York City Department of
Health, Office of Vital Records, 125 Worth Street, New York, N.Y., 10013,
paying $15 for a copy of the death certificate, which they provide to
certain relatives. The Department of Health can also be contacted via
http://www.ci.nyc.ny.us/html/doh/html/vr/vrdappl.html .

Death certificates prior to 1949 are part of the public record and
may be obtained through the New York City Municipal Archives at 31
Chambers Street, New York, N.Y., 10007, telephone 212-788-8580, or
http://www.ci.nyc.ny.us/html/doris/html/1vital.html . Their fee is also
$15, and includes a search of two calendar years. If you're not sure of
the year and they have to search through all 8 years, it'll cost $60.

Good luck.

Ira Leviton