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JG: 1930 census search question #general

jeremy frankel
 

Dear Jacqueline,

Whilst your local Mormon FHC may not have its own copy, you can order
one >from Salt Lake City. This may be preferable to getting someone else to
do a look-up as you are probably more familiar with the family name and
any spelling variants used by the family. The rental fee for a microfilm
is usually only about $4.00 for a month.

Good luck,

Jeremy Frankel
Oakland, CA

Subject: 1930 census search question
From: Sara Lynns <saralynn7@yahoo.com>
Date: Sun, 15 Dec 2002 21:46:17 -0800 (PST)
X-Message-Number: 4

In doing family research, I found something quite unexpected perhaps a
family member? who lived in Los Angeles (according to 1930 census).
a) How would I access city directory for LA during that time period. My
family history center does not have them and b) Is there anyone on this
listserv >from LA who knows some background about streets and districts?

thanks
Jacqueline Lerner-Aderman


Re: MALLIN family of Philadelphia #general

éåðúï áï àøé <yonatan@...>
 

I recently glanced at Chaim Freedman's *Eliyahu's Branches:descendants of
the Gaon of Vilna* published by our own Avotainu. I was doing research on
my KANTOROVITZ roots which we think come >from the Gaon of Vilna,the Gaon
did have a KANTOROVITZ descendant.. Though I did not look at all the
names, thousands of them, if I'm not mistaken I believe I did see a
SHERESHEFSY there.

My copy I found in the Israel National Library in Jerusalem, and I presume
you can find the book in any major Jewish or University LIbrary. I am sure
that the JEWISH Gen Group or Rav-SIG can forward you to it.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem/Efrat

ps. there is a MALIN family in Jerusalem

-----Original Message-----
From: Jenny Schwartzberg [mailto:schwartzbergj@newberry.org]
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2002 7:47 PM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: MALLIN family of Philadelphia

Dear Genners,
After my success with the GABRIEL family, I am hoping I will be lucky
again with this inquiry.
My great-great-aunt Mary KANTOROWITZ (COHEN) b. ca. 1882 married Zedel
(William) MALLIN ca. 1911.
They had: Albert MALLIN b. 7 Apr. 1912 d. Oct. 1977 Philadelphia, PA
m. Lillian and had three children
Aaron William MALLIN b. 16 Oct. 1913 d. June 1976
m. Sylvia WEISS 26 Jan. 1939
William S. MALLIN
Eugene S. MALLIN
I was fortunate to find that cousin Aaron was in Who's Who in the East
(1974? edition), which told me he was a prominent neurologist and
psychiatrist in Philadelphia and taught at the University of Pennsylvania
Medical School and was on staff at various hospitals in Philly. It gave
me his wife and children's names. But now I am stumped. How do I find
the children? I assume they are in their 60's now and with children and
grandchildren of their own.... I have checked ussearch.com and
anybirthday.com and whitepages.com but there are a lot of MALLINs in
Pennsylvania and none seem to fit. There appears to be a Eugene MALLIN in
San Diego, but no address listed for him and it might not be the right
person...
Do any of you remember this family or can you point me in the right
direction for further searching? To my frustration I can't even find them
on the 1910, 1920, or 1930 censuses for Philadelphia so they may have been
using a different spelling at that point. Aaaaagh.
Please help.
Yours, Jenny Schwartzberg


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JG: 1930 census search question #general

jeremy frankel
 

Dear Jacqueline,

Whilst your local Mormon FHC may not have its own copy, you can order
one >from Salt Lake City. This may be preferable to getting someone else to
do a look-up as you are probably more familiar with the family name and
any spelling variants used by the family. The rental fee for a microfilm
is usually only about $4.00 for a month.

Good luck,

Jeremy Frankel
Oakland, CA

Subject: 1930 census search question
From: Sara Lynns <saralynn7@yahoo.com>
Date: Sun, 15 Dec 2002 21:46:17 -0800 (PST)
X-Message-Number: 4

In doing family research, I found something quite unexpected perhaps a
family member? who lived in Los Angeles (according to 1930 census).
a) How would I access city directory for LA during that time period. My
family history center does not have them and b) Is there anyone on this
listserv >from LA who knows some background about streets and districts?

thanks
Jacqueline Lerner-Aderman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: MALLIN family of Philadelphia #general

éåðúï áï àøé <yonatan@...>
 

I recently glanced at Chaim Freedman's *Eliyahu's Branches:descendants of
the Gaon of Vilna* published by our own Avotainu. I was doing research on
my KANTOROVITZ roots which we think come >from the Gaon of Vilna,the Gaon
did have a KANTOROVITZ descendant.. Though I did not look at all the
names, thousands of them, if I'm not mistaken I believe I did see a
SHERESHEFSY there.

My copy I found in the Israel National Library in Jerusalem, and I presume
you can find the book in any major Jewish or University LIbrary. I am sure
that the JEWISH Gen Group or Rav-SIG can forward you to it.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem/Efrat

ps. there is a MALIN family in Jerusalem

-----Original Message-----
From: Jenny Schwartzberg [mailto:schwartzbergj@newberry.org]
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2002 7:47 PM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: MALLIN family of Philadelphia

Dear Genners,
After my success with the GABRIEL family, I am hoping I will be lucky
again with this inquiry.
My great-great-aunt Mary KANTOROWITZ (COHEN) b. ca. 1882 married Zedel
(William) MALLIN ca. 1911.
They had: Albert MALLIN b. 7 Apr. 1912 d. Oct. 1977 Philadelphia, PA
m. Lillian and had three children
Aaron William MALLIN b. 16 Oct. 1913 d. June 1976
m. Sylvia WEISS 26 Jan. 1939
William S. MALLIN
Eugene S. MALLIN
I was fortunate to find that cousin Aaron was in Who's Who in the East
(1974? edition), which told me he was a prominent neurologist and
psychiatrist in Philadelphia and taught at the University of Pennsylvania
Medical School and was on staff at various hospitals in Philly. It gave
me his wife and children's names. But now I am stumped. How do I find
the children? I assume they are in their 60's now and with children and
grandchildren of their own.... I have checked ussearch.com and
anybirthday.com and whitepages.com but there are a lot of MALLINs in
Pennsylvania and none seem to fit. There appears to be a Eugene MALLIN in
San Diego, but no address listed for him and it might not be the right
person...
Do any of you remember this family or can you point me in the right
direction for further searching? To my frustration I can't even find them
on the 1910, 1920, or 1930 censuses for Philadelphia so they may have been
using a different spelling at that point. Aaaaagh.
Please help.
Yours, Jenny Schwartzberg


Re: Naturalization Papers: KOPLOVITZ, Benjamin #general

Michael McTeer <desrx@...>
 

I was in error. I do have a copy of the petition for naturalization of a
Benjamin Koplovitz, b. 1 Mar 1873, *Niantz* Romania. Arrived through NY o/a
7 Mar 1896, *Ryndam*. Married, wife Rosie b. *Shumsk* Russia. Residing at
1435 Old Manchester Rd, St. Louis, MO; three children all born St. Louis: ?
10 Jul 1901, Lottie b. 15 Jul 1903, & Annie b. 10 Dec 1904. Witnesses: B.
Sachs, photographer, 4211 A? Bell Ave., St. Louis; Abraham Singerman,
grocer, 1939 Burd Ave., St. Louis, 30 Jun 1908. Admitted 13 Nov 1908.

If yours, let me know.

Michael McTeer
29 Palms, CA
mcteer@mailandnews.com
(archival purposes)

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Naturalization Papers: KOPLOVITZ, Benjamin #general

Michael McTeer <desrx@...>
 

I was in error. I do have a copy of the petition for naturalization of a
Benjamin Koplovitz, b. 1 Mar 1873, *Niantz* Romania. Arrived through NY o/a
7 Mar 1896, *Ryndam*. Married, wife Rosie b. *Shumsk* Russia. Residing at
1435 Old Manchester Rd, St. Louis, MO; three children all born St. Louis: ?
10 Jul 1901, Lottie b. 15 Jul 1903, & Annie b. 10 Dec 1904. Witnesses: B.
Sachs, photographer, 4211 A? Bell Ave., St. Louis; Abraham Singerman,
grocer, 1939 Burd Ave., St. Louis, 30 Jun 1908. Admitted 13 Nov 1908.

If yours, let me know.

Michael McTeer
29 Palms, CA
mcteer@mailandnews.com
(archival purposes)

MODERATOR NOTE: Please repond privately.


Date Correction For JGS-GM Workshop #general

Joan Parker <housemom@...>
 

Dear Genners,

The email I sent yesterday about our workshop had a date typo which is now
corrected. The workshop is Sunday, January 5, not the 3rd.

Four more days until December 20th which is the deadline for members and
guests to save money using the early pre-pay of the registration fee for
our Workshop on January 5th at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd. Registration, coffee and donuts at 9:15am.
Workshop is10:00am to 1:00pm.

This Workshop is unique in that it is geared to only two subjects: Barbara
Musikar is devoting her time and expertise to using and getting all the
benefits >from Jewish Gen. There are so many new databases, SIGs, and
research areas that are being underused because we're not aware of these
new segments.

Phillip Goldmann our in-house Family Tree Maker guru and creator of making
beautiful family trees will give an in-depth presentation of how to create
the trees. Using overheads Phil will show us how to prepare the
preliminary steps using family group sheets and family maps. These will
guide us to making a tree that can become a family heirloom.

There will be questions and answers after each presentation. Every
attendee will receive a syllabus.

Early Members $10 at door $15
Early Non-Members $20 at door $25
Early Combined New Member and Workshop $30 at door $40

Please mail check payable to JGS of Greater Miami, Inc. and mail to
JGS Workshop
PO Box 560432
Miami, FL 33156-0432

Please plan to attend. This Workshop is part of our continuing education
programs.

Shalom,
Joan Parker
President,
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Date Correction For JGS-GM Workshop #general

Joan Parker <housemom@...>
 

Dear Genners,

The email I sent yesterday about our workshop had a date typo which is now
corrected. The workshop is Sunday, January 5, not the 3rd.

Four more days until December 20th which is the deadline for members and
guests to save money using the early pre-pay of the registration fee for
our Workshop on January 5th at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd. Registration, coffee and donuts at 9:15am.
Workshop is10:00am to 1:00pm.

This Workshop is unique in that it is geared to only two subjects: Barbara
Musikar is devoting her time and expertise to using and getting all the
benefits >from Jewish Gen. There are so many new databases, SIGs, and
research areas that are being underused because we're not aware of these
new segments.

Phillip Goldmann our in-house Family Tree Maker guru and creator of making
beautiful family trees will give an in-depth presentation of how to create
the trees. Using overheads Phil will show us how to prepare the
preliminary steps using family group sheets and family maps. These will
guide us to making a tree that can become a family heirloom.

There will be questions and answers after each presentation. Every
attendee will receive a syllabus.

Early Members $10 at door $15
Early Non-Members $20 at door $25
Early Combined New Member and Workshop $30 at door $40

Please mail check payable to JGS of Greater Miami, Inc. and mail to
JGS Workshop
PO Box 560432
Miami, FL 33156-0432

Please plan to attend. This Workshop is part of our continuing education
programs.

Shalom,
Joan Parker
President,
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.


Trying to locate Craig Kinder #lithuania

Bettylou Rosen <rosenb1@...>
 

I would like to locate Craig Kinder, who started the Berlin/Berlinsky
listserv. I have information for you, and your e-mail is bouncing.
Bettylou Rosen : rosenb1@juno.com

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Trying to locate Craig Kinder #lithuania

Bettylou Rosen <rosenb1@...>
 

I would like to locate Craig Kinder, who started the Berlin/Berlinsky
listserv. I have information for you, and your e-mail is bouncing.
Bettylou Rosen : rosenb1@juno.com

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Litvak "borders" #lithuania

H. Elliott Lipschultz <adoniram@...>
 

In Benjamin Harshav's introduction to "The Last Days of Jerusalem of
Lithuania: Chronicles >from the Vilna Ghetto", 1939-44 p.xxx - in the context of discussing the borders of Lithuania he comments that the borders of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania are honored to this day only by the Jews: the whole area with its capital in Vilna is called in Yiddish Lite (Litah) and its Jews, the Litvaks, are "marked by a distinct Yiddish dialect and mentality for learning, different customs of cooking, and a sense of cultural superiority."

H. Elliott Lipschultz
adoniram@taxhistoryfoundation.org


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Litvak "borders" #lithuania

H. Elliott Lipschultz <adoniram@...>
 

In Benjamin Harshav's introduction to "The Last Days of Jerusalem of
Lithuania: Chronicles >from the Vilna Ghetto", 1939-44 p.xxx - in the context of discussing the borders of Lithuania he comments that the borders of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania are honored to this day only by the Jews: the whole area with its capital in Vilna is called in Yiddish Lite (Litah) and its Jews, the Litvaks, are "marked by a distinct Yiddish dialect and mentality for learning, different customs of cooking, and a sense of cultural superiority."

H. Elliott Lipschultz
adoniram@taxhistoryfoundation.org


JGS-Greater Miami, INC. Special Workshop January 3, 2003 #general

Joan Parker <housemom@...>
 

Dear Genners:

Four more days until December 20th which is the deadline for members and
guests to save money using the early pre-pay of the registration fee for
our Workshop on January 3rd at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd. Registration, coffee and donuts at 9:15am.
Workshop is 10:00am to 1:00pm.

This Workshop is unique in that it is geared to only two subjects: Barbara
Musikar is devoting her time and expertise to using and getting all the
benefits >from JewishGen. There are so many new databases, SIGs, and
research areas that are being underused because we're not aware of these
new segments.

Phillip Goldmann our in-house Family Tree Maker guru and creator of making
beautiful family trees will give an in-depth presentation of how to create
the trees. Using overheads Phil will show us how to prepare the
preliminary steps using family group sheets and family maps. These will
guide us to making a tree that can become a family heirloom.

There will be questions and answers after each presentation. Every
attendee will receive a syllabus.

EARLY Members $10 at door $15
EARLY Non-Members $20 at door $25
EARLY Combined New Member and Workshop $30 at door $40

Please mail check payable to JGS of Greater Miami, Inc. specifying Member
or Non-Member and mail to
JGS WORKSHOP
PO Box 560432
Miami, FL 33156-0432

Please plan to attend. This Workshop is part of our continuing education
programs.
For further information, contact Robert Phillips at 305-682-9522.

Shalom,
Joan Parker
President,
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS-Greater Miami, INC. Special Workshop January 3, 2003 #general

Joan Parker <housemom@...>
 

Dear Genners:

Four more days until December 20th which is the deadline for members and
guests to save money using the early pre-pay of the registration fee for
our Workshop on January 3rd at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd. Registration, coffee and donuts at 9:15am.
Workshop is 10:00am to 1:00pm.

This Workshop is unique in that it is geared to only two subjects: Barbara
Musikar is devoting her time and expertise to using and getting all the
benefits >from JewishGen. There are so many new databases, SIGs, and
research areas that are being underused because we're not aware of these
new segments.

Phillip Goldmann our in-house Family Tree Maker guru and creator of making
beautiful family trees will give an in-depth presentation of how to create
the trees. Using overheads Phil will show us how to prepare the
preliminary steps using family group sheets and family maps. These will
guide us to making a tree that can become a family heirloom.

There will be questions and answers after each presentation. Every
attendee will receive a syllabus.

EARLY Members $10 at door $15
EARLY Non-Members $20 at door $25
EARLY Combined New Member and Workshop $30 at door $40

Please mail check payable to JGS of Greater Miami, Inc. specifying Member
or Non-Member and mail to
JGS WORKSHOP
PO Box 560432
Miami, FL 33156-0432

Please plan to attend. This Workshop is part of our continuing education
programs.
For further information, contact Robert Phillips at 305-682-9522.

Shalom,
Joan Parker
President,
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.


JGS of North Jersey meeting #general

SusanIBOE@...
 

Jewish Genealogical Society of North Jersey
1 Pike Drive, Wayne, NJ 07470
(973) 595-0100

Meeting: Thursday, December 19, 2002; 8:00 p.m.
(The Resource center opens at 7:00 p.m. for schmoozing and perusing our
resources.)

*Ask the Experts* !!

The December meeting of the JGS of North Jersey will be a question and
answer session. Experienced members of the society will be available to
answer your questions and help solve your individual problems. If you are
just beginning your research, someone will lead you through the steps to
get started. If you have run up against a "stone wall", we will try to
direct you around it.
There is no charge for the program and all are welcome.
For questions or more information about our group, contact:
Evan Stolbach, President
EStolb7395@aol.com
or check our web site:
http://community.nj.com/cc/jgsnorthjersey
Susan Kobren
researching: NINBURG, GLAZOMITSKY, SOFER, KISSTEZ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of North Jersey meeting #general

SusanIBOE@...
 

Jewish Genealogical Society of North Jersey
1 Pike Drive, Wayne, NJ 07470
(973) 595-0100

Meeting: Thursday, December 19, 2002; 8:00 p.m.
(The Resource center opens at 7:00 p.m. for schmoozing and perusing our
resources.)

*Ask the Experts* !!

The December meeting of the JGS of North Jersey will be a question and
answer session. Experienced members of the society will be available to
answer your questions and help solve your individual problems. If you are
just beginning your research, someone will lead you through the steps to
get started. If you have run up against a "stone wall", we will try to
direct you around it.
There is no charge for the program and all are welcome.
For questions or more information about our group, contact:
Evan Stolbach, President
EStolb7395@aol.com
or check our web site:
http://community.nj.com/cc/jgsnorthjersey
Susan Kobren
researching: NINBURG, GLAZOMITSKY, SOFER, KISSTEZ


MALLIN family of Philadelphia #general

Jenny Schwartzberg
 

Dear Genners,
After my success with the GABRIEL family, I am hoping I will be lucky
again with this inquiry.
My great-great-aunt Mary KANTOROWITZ (COHEN) b. ca. 1882 married Zedel
(William) MALLIN ca. 1911.
They had: Albert MALLIN b. 7 Apr. 1912 d. Oct. 1977 Philadelphia, PA
m. Lillian and had three children
Aaron William MALLIN b. 16 Oct. 1913 d. June 1976
m. Sylvia WEISS 26 Jan. 1939
William S. MALLIN
Eugene S. MALLIN
I was fortunate to find that cousin Aaron was in Who's Who in the East
(1974? edition), which told me he was a prominent neurologist and
psychiatrist in Philadelphia and taught at the University of Pennsylvania
Medical School and was on staff at various hospitals in Philly. It gave
me his wife and children's names. But now I am stumped. How do I find
the children? I assume they are in their 60's now and with children and
grandchildren of their own.... I have checked ussearch.com and
anybirthday.com and whitepages.com but there are a lot of MALLINs in
Pennsylvania and none seem to fit. There appears to be a Eugene MALLIN in
San Diego, but no address listed for him and it might not be the right
person...
Do any of you remember this family or can you point me in the right
direction for further searching? To my frustration I can't even find them
on the 1910, 1920, or 1930 censuses for Philadelphia so they may have been
using a different spelling at that point. Aaaaagh.
Please help.
Yours, Jenny Schwartzberg
Researching: SCHWARTZBERG/SZWARCBERG, Gniewoszow, Poland; FELDMAN/LEWIN,
Gniewoszow, Poland; KAPLAN, Antopol,Belarus; KAMENETZKY, Antopol, Belarus;
PILCHIK, Selets, Belarus; PLOTNITZKY, Selets, Belarus; TELECHANSKY, Motol
and Drogichin, Belarus; SHERESHEVSKY, Motol, Belarus; GAYLBURD, Priluki
Staraya, Turbov, and Vinnitsa, Ukraine; GORDY, Vinnitsa, Ukraine; LUNDI,
Priluki Staraya, Ukraine; KANTOROWITZ, Baranovici and Turetz, Belarus;

MODERATOR NOTE: Surname list truncated at six lines


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen MALLIN family of Philadelphia #general

Jenny Schwartzberg
 

Dear Genners,
After my success with the GABRIEL family, I am hoping I will be lucky
again with this inquiry.
My great-great-aunt Mary KANTOROWITZ (COHEN) b. ca. 1882 married Zedel
(William) MALLIN ca. 1911.
They had: Albert MALLIN b. 7 Apr. 1912 d. Oct. 1977 Philadelphia, PA
m. Lillian and had three children
Aaron William MALLIN b. 16 Oct. 1913 d. June 1976
m. Sylvia WEISS 26 Jan. 1939
William S. MALLIN
Eugene S. MALLIN
I was fortunate to find that cousin Aaron was in Who's Who in the East
(1974? edition), which told me he was a prominent neurologist and
psychiatrist in Philadelphia and taught at the University of Pennsylvania
Medical School and was on staff at various hospitals in Philly. It gave
me his wife and children's names. But now I am stumped. How do I find
the children? I assume they are in their 60's now and with children and
grandchildren of their own.... I have checked ussearch.com and
anybirthday.com and whitepages.com but there are a lot of MALLINs in
Pennsylvania and none seem to fit. There appears to be a Eugene MALLIN in
San Diego, but no address listed for him and it might not be the right
person...
Do any of you remember this family or can you point me in the right
direction for further searching? To my frustration I can't even find them
on the 1910, 1920, or 1930 censuses for Philadelphia so they may have been
using a different spelling at that point. Aaaaagh.
Please help.
Yours, Jenny Schwartzberg
Researching: SCHWARTZBERG/SZWARCBERG, Gniewoszow, Poland; FELDMAN/LEWIN,
Gniewoszow, Poland; KAPLAN, Antopol,Belarus; KAMENETZKY, Antopol, Belarus;
PILCHIK, Selets, Belarus; PLOTNITZKY, Selets, Belarus; TELECHANSKY, Motol
and Drogichin, Belarus; SHERESHEVSKY, Motol, Belarus; GAYLBURD, Priluki
Staraya, Turbov, and Vinnitsa, Ukraine; GORDY, Vinnitsa, Ukraine; LUNDI,
Priluki Staraya, Ukraine; KANTOROWITZ, Baranovici and Turetz, Belarus;

MODERATOR NOTE: Surname list truncated at six lines


Success: GABRIELs found #general

Jenny Schwartzberg
 

Dear Everyone,
Thanks to Marilyn Van Aalten Hiller, who found an address and phone
number for my cousin Karl GABRIEL, I am now in contact with him. He is
helping fill in the gaps in my family tree and very pleased to be in touch
after 60 years with my branch of the family and after 20 years with his
double first cousin Bob COHEN who also helped me find him.
Thank you, all of you generous JewishGenners who offered advice and
help.

Yours gratefully,

Jenny Schwartzberg
Researching: SCHWARTZBERG/SZWARCBERG, Gniewoszow, Poland; FELDMAN/LEWIN,
Gniewoszow, Poland; KAPLAN,Antopol, Belarus; KAMENETZKY, Antopol, Belarus;
PILCHIK, Selets, Belarus; PLOTNITZKY, Selets, Belarus; TELECHANSKY, Motol
and Drogichin, Belarus; SHERESHEVSKY, Motol, Belarus; GAYLBURD, Priluki
Staraya, Turbov, and Vinnitsa, Ukraine; GORDY, Vinnitsa, Ukraine; LUNDI,
Priluki Staraya, Ukraine; KANTOROWITZ, Baranovici and Turetz, Belarus;

MODERATOR'S NOTE:
If you have been successful in your research, you may wish
to mark this success by making a financial contribution
to the work of JewishGen.
For details of how you can support their work, please go to
www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Success: GABRIELs found #general

Jenny Schwartzberg
 

Dear Everyone,
Thanks to Marilyn Van Aalten Hiller, who found an address and phone
number for my cousin Karl GABRIEL, I am now in contact with him. He is
helping fill in the gaps in my family tree and very pleased to be in touch
after 60 years with my branch of the family and after 20 years with his
double first cousin Bob COHEN who also helped me find him.
Thank you, all of you generous JewishGenners who offered advice and
help.

Yours gratefully,

Jenny Schwartzberg
Researching: SCHWARTZBERG/SZWARCBERG, Gniewoszow, Poland; FELDMAN/LEWIN,
Gniewoszow, Poland; KAPLAN,Antopol, Belarus; KAMENETZKY, Antopol, Belarus;
PILCHIK, Selets, Belarus; PLOTNITZKY, Selets, Belarus; TELECHANSKY, Motol
and Drogichin, Belarus; SHERESHEVSKY, Motol, Belarus; GAYLBURD, Priluki
Staraya, Turbov, and Vinnitsa, Ukraine; GORDY, Vinnitsa, Ukraine; LUNDI,
Priluki Staraya, Ukraine; KANTOROWITZ, Baranovici and Turetz, Belarus;

MODERATOR'S NOTE:
If you have been successful in your research, you may wish
to mark this success by making a financial contribution
to the work of JewishGen.
For details of how you can support their work, please go to
www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity