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three websites for NYC naturalizations--and one to come #general

Renee Steinig <rsteinig@...>
 

Kathy Keane kkfish@earthlink.net wrote...

I recall using a website several years ago which listed individuals
who were naturalized in New York City, by borough...I cannot locate
that website.

I know of three online indexes to NYC naturalizations...

N.Y. State Supreme Court - New York County (Manhattan), 1907-1924
over 136,000 individuals
Available on a commercial website. (JewishGen policy prohibits mentioning
Contact me privately for details.)

N.Y. State Supreme Court - Kings County (Brooklyn), 1907-1924
253,403 names
http://www.jgsny.org/kingsintro2.htm

U.S. District Court - Southern District Court (Manhattan) - 1906-1949
550,000 records; almost complete
http://www.italiangen.org/databases.stm
Also at this site: naturalizations in Nassau and Suffolk Counties (Long
Island) and at New York military bases.

Earlier records and the following courts are *not* currently indexed
online:

N.Y. State Supreme Courts of Bronx, Queens, and Richmond (Staten Island)

U.S. Disrict Court - Eastern District Court (Brooklyn)

But there is good news regarding Bronx Supreme Court naturalizations:
the energetic team of volunteers who are nearing completion of the
Southern District Court records -- members of Long Island's Italian,
German, and Jewish genealogy groups -- will soon take on the Bronx
records.

Renee

Renee Stern Steinig
Dix Hills (Long Island), New York, USA
RSteinig@suffolk.lib.ny.us


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen three websites for NYC naturalizations--and one to come #general

Renee Steinig <rsteinig@...>
 

Kathy Keane kkfish@earthlink.net wrote...

I recall using a website several years ago which listed individuals
who were naturalized in New York City, by borough...I cannot locate
that website.

I know of three online indexes to NYC naturalizations...

N.Y. State Supreme Court - New York County (Manhattan), 1907-1924
over 136,000 individuals
Available on a commercial website. (JewishGen policy prohibits mentioning
Contact me privately for details.)

N.Y. State Supreme Court - Kings County (Brooklyn), 1907-1924
253,403 names
http://www.jgsny.org/kingsintro2.htm

U.S. District Court - Southern District Court (Manhattan) - 1906-1949
550,000 records; almost complete
http://www.italiangen.org/databases.stm
Also at this site: naturalizations in Nassau and Suffolk Counties (Long
Island) and at New York military bases.

Earlier records and the following courts are *not* currently indexed
online:

N.Y. State Supreme Courts of Bronx, Queens, and Richmond (Staten Island)

U.S. Disrict Court - Eastern District Court (Brooklyn)

But there is good news regarding Bronx Supreme Court naturalizations:
the energetic team of volunteers who are nearing completion of the
Southern District Court records -- members of Long Island's Italian,
German, and Jewish genealogy groups -- will soon take on the Bronx
records.

Renee

Renee Stern Steinig
Dix Hills (Long Island), New York, USA
RSteinig@suffolk.lib.ny.us


GINSBERG/GINSBURG from Lapy/Czyzewo/Bialystok region, Poland, #general

Lisa Ness <lness@...>
 

Dear fellow Genners,

I've attempted to contact several researchers
among us who are looking into GINSBERG/GINSBURG
family connections, but in all but one case I have not
received replies. For this reason, I'm resorting
to the list as a whole. Advice in continuing
my research using archives in the US and
Poland will be greatly appreciated.

In hopes of learning about the fate of my
maternal greatgrandmother and *her* parents in Poland
before WWII, I would like to contact the
descendants of Sara GINSBURG (or GINSBERG) and
her husband. My greatgrandmother Sylvia (Tsivya)
GINSBERG SZTURMAN died in Lapy, Poland,
sometime between 1917 and 1922.
Sylvia had at least one brother who
emigrated to the US and settled in Cleveland
with his wife, Sara.
I don't know this brother's first name,
but I do know that he and Sara had a daughter
who had left home and married by 1937,
which is when my mother was an 11-year-old
living in Brooklyn and Tanta Sara came for a visit.

In a search of the Ellis Island database,
I found a 32-year-old Sara GINSBURG who arrived in
the US on August 14, 1920 on the S.S. Acquitania
from Southampton, England. This Sara was
included on a list of US citizens
sailing on the Acquitania because her husband,
who preceded her, had been naturalized by that time.
Their address in Cleveland as of August 14, 1920
was on Midland Avenue. Sara's husband's name
is listed only as "J. Ginsburg."

I've checked the 1930 census and other records
accessible online for Sara or any male
"J Ginsburg" using Soundex. The Sara I found
on the SSDI is not likely my relative.
I did a search of online databases in Cuyahoga
County to locate a birth record for a child
born to Sara Ginsburg and her
husband in the years 1920-1925,
but didn't have any luck. I would love to
make contact with a grandchild or greatgrandchild
of this couple but have no idea how to locate them.

If anyone can offer guidance on any aspect of
this search, I will accept it gratefully.

Please reply to: lisaness@juno.com

With thanks,
Lisa Ness
Newport Beach, CA
USA

Researching SZTURMAN/STURMAN (Czyzewo & Lapy, Poland)
GINSBURG/GINSBERG (possibly Czyzewo and/or Lapy, Poland, and Cleveland, OH)
KHUNEKHIS & HOROWITZ (Kupel, Ukraine)
BENKENDORF (Czerkhava, Galicia/Ukraine)
DRYMAN (Podolia Gubernia, town unknown, Ukraine)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen GINSBERG/GINSBURG from Lapy/Czyzewo/Bialystok region, Poland, #general

Lisa Ness <lness@...>
 

Dear fellow Genners,

I've attempted to contact several researchers
among us who are looking into GINSBERG/GINSBURG
family connections, but in all but one case I have not
received replies. For this reason, I'm resorting
to the list as a whole. Advice in continuing
my research using archives in the US and
Poland will be greatly appreciated.

In hopes of learning about the fate of my
maternal greatgrandmother and *her* parents in Poland
before WWII, I would like to contact the
descendants of Sara GINSBURG (or GINSBERG) and
her husband. My greatgrandmother Sylvia (Tsivya)
GINSBERG SZTURMAN died in Lapy, Poland,
sometime between 1917 and 1922.
Sylvia had at least one brother who
emigrated to the US and settled in Cleveland
with his wife, Sara.
I don't know this brother's first name,
but I do know that he and Sara had a daughter
who had left home and married by 1937,
which is when my mother was an 11-year-old
living in Brooklyn and Tanta Sara came for a visit.

In a search of the Ellis Island database,
I found a 32-year-old Sara GINSBURG who arrived in
the US on August 14, 1920 on the S.S. Acquitania
from Southampton, England. This Sara was
included on a list of US citizens
sailing on the Acquitania because her husband,
who preceded her, had been naturalized by that time.
Their address in Cleveland as of August 14, 1920
was on Midland Avenue. Sara's husband's name
is listed only as "J. Ginsburg."

I've checked the 1930 census and other records
accessible online for Sara or any male
"J Ginsburg" using Soundex. The Sara I found
on the SSDI is not likely my relative.
I did a search of online databases in Cuyahoga
County to locate a birth record for a child
born to Sara Ginsburg and her
husband in the years 1920-1925,
but didn't have any luck. I would love to
make contact with a grandchild or greatgrandchild
of this couple but have no idea how to locate them.

If anyone can offer guidance on any aspect of
this search, I will accept it gratefully.

Please reply to: lisaness@juno.com

With thanks,
Lisa Ness
Newport Beach, CA
USA

Researching SZTURMAN/STURMAN (Czyzewo & Lapy, Poland)
GINSBURG/GINSBERG (possibly Czyzewo and/or Lapy, Poland, and Cleveland, OH)
KHUNEKHIS & HOROWITZ (Kupel, Ukraine)
BENKENDORF (Czerkhava, Galicia/Ukraine)
DRYMAN (Podolia Gubernia, town unknown, Ukraine)


Debbi and Claire BLOOM #general

rosinskyb
 

Hi
I'm trying to contact these sisters...
Debbi is a teacher somewhere in northern New Jersey and Claire lives in
California. They are the duaghters of Dan and Florence BLOOM. I would guess
these ladies are in their 40's.
I have a phone number for Claire but I haven't been able to get through to
her.
Does anyone one of these ladies?
Thanks a lot.
Bernard Rosinsky

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately


Name Index - Album of the Yiddish Theater #yiddish

David Harris <dharris1@...>
 

To the Yiddish Theater and Vaudeville (YT&V) Research Group members:
Zalman Zylberzweig may be best known for the six volume series "The
Lexicon of the Yiddish Theatre". Published over a span of nearly 30
years, this series,written in Yiddish, paid tribute to the people
associated with the Yiddish stage, both in front of and behind the
footlights. A complete listing of the names (in Yiddish) included in all
6 volumes can be found on the New York Public Library web site

http://www.nypl.org/research/chss/jws/leksikonindex.html

Volume 5 of the series was devoted to the many who perished in the
Holocaust. The JewishGen Yizkor Book Project group indexed those many
names; as a reminder, it can be found at URL:

http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/theater/Yiddish_theater.html

In 1937, Zylberzweig prepared an equally valuable book entitled
"The Album of the Yiddish Theater", consisting of 114 pages loaded with
photographs of the actors, composers, producers and writers. For those
researching family members this can prove to be a useful resource.
Unfortunately, the edition never had a name index, requiring
the user to examine each page to identify the people in the pictures.

David Harris, of the YT&V group, assembled such an index. It consists of
over 500 names and was prepared as carefully as possible. At times,
spellings for the same person would be different (e.g. Schneier and
Schneyer; Silberkasten and Zilberkasten), so use alternate spellings when
conducting a find. An index without page numbers is limited, so if you
find a name of interest you can contact <dharris1@erols.com> via email, to
get the page number(s). It is our desire to eventually place this list on
a YT&V Web site with page numbers included.

While not commonly available, the Album of the Yiddish Theater can
sometimes be obtained at libraries in large cities and through
interlibrary loan.

Some of the organizations included in the Album as group photos were:
Hebrew Actors Union Officers
Jewish Chorus Union of America Officers
Yiddish Theatrical Alliance Officers
Yiddish Art Theater Company
Genfer Company, Minsk
Azazel Company
Folksbihne Ensemble (1936)
Vilna Troupe
Names associated with these group photos were included with those below.

Abarbanel, Judith
Aberman, Isaac
Abramowitz, Bina
Adler, Abe
Adler, Amelia
Adler, Celia
Adler, Charles
Adler, Frances
Adler, Irving
Adler, Jacob
Adler, Julia
Adler, Julius
Adler, Luther
Adler, M.
Adler, Sam
Adler, Sarah
Adler, Stella
Alma, Lottie
Alomith, Sonia
Appel, Anna
Arko, Isaac
Arko, Mania
Arnow, Eli
Arnow, Rubin
Auerbach, Sam
Axelrod, Abraham
Azro, Alexander

Badin, Max
Balsky, Max
Bankoff
Baratov, Paul
Baratz, David
Baratz, Marty
Barzel, Wolf
Barzily, Israel
Basha, Jo
Beck, Louis
Becker, A.
Belavsky, Morris
Ben-Ami, Jacob
Ben-Ari
Berdichewsky, Ben-Zion
Berdichewsky, Suzane
Bergreen, Jacob
Berman, Herman
Bernardi, Berl
Bernardi. Boris
Bernstein, Berl
Bialis, Rosetta
Bialkowich, Ch.
Bialkowich, I.
Birman, Sonia
Birnbaum, Louis
Birnbaum, Minnie
Biro, Fela
Blank, Benny
Blank, Leon
Bleich, Judah
Bley, Helen
Blum, Lillian
Blumenthal, Jacob
Bodin, Max
Braginska-Fishzohn, Hiene & children Misha and Isak
Breen, Max
Brest, Leon
Brody, Joseph
Brown, Sonia
Budanov, Betty
Budkin, Celia
Budkin, Misha
Bulman, Gertrude
Bulman, Gertie
Bulman, Max
Bulov, Joseph
Burstein, J
Burstein, Paul
Burstein, Peisache

Cahan, Charles
Cantor, Eddie
Casher, Isidore
Casher, Jennie
Casman, Nellie
Chalif, A.
Chaplin, Charlie
Cherniak, Annie
Cogut, Abe and Family
Cohan, Charles
Coner, Leopold
Coner, Sarah

Dank, David
Derwin, Morris
Doller, Rose
Dorfsohn, S. I.
Dornblatt
Dranov, Nathan
Dranova, Nadia
Dubinsky, Yudel
Dymow, Ossip

Edelstein, Joseph
Edelstein, Paulina
Ehrenreich, Chaim
Eines, A.
Einhorn, Liza
Einstein, Albert
Eliscu, Fernanda
Elkin, Mendel
Ellstein, Abe
Epstein, Mr.
Epstein, Mary
Ettenson, Jack

Fachler, David
Feder, Morris
Feinman, Dinah
Feinman, Lillie
Feinman, Zigmund
Feinstein, H.
Feivushov, Bertha
Fievushov, Mr.
Feld, Harry
Feld, Itsik
Feldbaum, Mme.
Feldman, Mme.
Finkel, Bella
Finkel, Emma
Fishbein, Benjamin
Fishkind, Abraham
Fishman, Jacob
Fishman, Sylvia
Fishzohn, Abraham
Fishzohn, Mischa
Flagg, Edmund
Flash, Mania
Fogelnest, Sam
Fox, Rose
Frank, Betty
Frankel, Yisca
Freilich, L
Freiman, Louis
Fried, Lazar
Friedlander, Max
Friedman, Mr.
Friedman, M
Friedsel, Mr.
Fuchs, Leo

Gabel, Max
Galing, Ben
Gehrman, Lucy
Gehrman, Mischa
Genfer, M.
George, M.
Gerstin, Bertha
Gertler, Sam
Gertner, Jacob
Gibson, Michael
Giltman, Isidor
Ginsberg, Jonah
Godik, Willie
Gold, Celia
Gold, Clara
Gold, Leon
Goldberg, Dina
Goldberg, Nathan
Goldberg, Louis
Goldberg, Rose
Goldenburg, Itsik
Goldenburg, Samuel
Goldfaden, Abraham
Goldfaden, Paulina Werbel
Goldfaden, Wolf
Goldring, Motel
Goldsmith, Yechiel
Goldstein, Charlotte
Goldstein, Gustav
Goldstein, Jennie
Goldstein, Zina
Gordin, Jacob
Gorin, B.
Gottfried, Abram-Isaac
Gottfried, Eidel
Gottlieb, Helena
Graff, Peter
Green, Oscar
Greenberg, Joseph
Greenfield, Jean
Grodner, Israel
Groper, Joseph
Groper, Ida
Grossbard, Hertz
Grossman, I.
Grossman, Miriam
Grossman, Samuel
Gudinska, Bella
Gulkis, Martin
Gurskaya, Sonia
Guskin, Reuben
Gutentag, Bertha

Harris, Al
Herman, David
Herman, Sara
Hershfeld, Z.
Himelstein, Freda
Himelstein, Jacob
Hirshbein, Peretz
Hochstein, Harry
Hochstein, Jacob
Hoffman, Annie
Hoffman, Pauline
Hollander, Hannah
Hollander, Isidor
Holtz, Tenen
Holz, Aaron
Honigman, Meyer
Hyman, Louis

Iris, S.
Iris, Sonia
Isikow, S

Jacobs, Betty
Jacobs, Jacob
Jacobs, Moe
Jacobson, Hymie
Jacobson, Irving
Jessel, George
Juvelier, Kalman

Kadison, Anna
Kadison, Leib
Kadison, Liuba
Kalich, Bertha
Kalich, Jacob
Kamien, Joseph
Kaminska. Eda
Kaminska, Esther
Kaminsky, A.
Kammen, I
Kanapov, Fishel
Karlos, M
Karp, Sophie
Kasten, Sam
Katz, Ben-Zion
Katzman, Jacob
Kaufman, Harry
Kenig, Betty
Kenig, Dina
Kessler, David
Kessler, Joseph
Kitsis
Kletter, Max
Klinger, N.
Kobrin, Leon
Kompaneyets. Aba
Kornfeld, Leon
Kovalsky, Mathiah
Kozel, Mr.
Kozel, Mrs.
Krastoshinsky, Mr.
Krause-Miller
Kreitzberg, Yasha
Kressin, Miriam
Kurts, Abraham
Kustchinsky, Hershl
Kustin, Solomon

Lachman, I.
Lachman, Sonia
Laks, Abraham
Lakser, Sabina
Lantsman, F.
Lares, Judith
Lash, Rebecca
Lasky, Max
Lavenda, Pinchos
Lebedeff, Aron
Lebedev, Vera
Lefkowitz, Henry
Lerman, Mr.
Lerman, Bathe
Levin, Sam
Libin, Z
Lillith, Ola
Lipinsky, Isaac
Lipman, Natalia
Lipowsky, Nahum
Lipzin, Kenny
Lipowsky, Esther and son Sascha and family
Lobel, Malvina
Loui, David
Lubelchik, I.
Lubelska, Pola
Lubin, Annie
Lubin, Harry
Lubotsky, Jacob
Lubritsky, Dave
Lubritsky, Fannie
Lukatcher, Ch. Sh.
Lumet, Baruch

Malinovsky, M.
Mann, Louis
Margulis, Edward
Mariasin
Marienovska, Malvina
Maurer, Jospeh
Marx, Rudolph
Meisel, Bella
Meltzer, Anna
Meltzer, Isidor
Mench, Aaron
Mestel, Jacob
Michalesko, Michal
Miller, Isaac
Miller, Joe
Milman
Mogulesko, Julius
Mogulesko, Zigmund
Morevsky, Abraham
Morrison, Morris
Moskowitz, Yosele
Moskowitz, Maurice
Myerson, Mark

Nachamkus, Mr.
Nachbush, Noah
Nadel, Mrs.
Nadir, Moishe
Nadolsky, Mr.
Nadolsky, Sonia
Nagushiner, S.
Naomi, Lea
Nasatir, Morris
Nathan, Simkeh
Nathanson, Charles
Nathanson, Julius
Neiditsh, Morris
Neroslovska, Nadia
Nieroslavska, Liuba
Novikoff, Morris

Oberberg, A
Oisher, Moishe
Olivenbaum, S
Olshanetsky, Alexander
Osherowitch, M.
Ostroff, Oscar

Parness, Nathan
Pasternak, Willie
Pecker, Victor
Perkoff, Adolph
Perlmutter, Sholom
Picon, Helen
Picon, Mollie
Podlias, Hyman
Polack, Morris
Poliakewitch, Moishe
Popper, David
Potoska, Lydia
Prager, Regina
Predmest, Michael
Prenowitz, I.S.
Prizant, Hyman

Rabinowitz, Mr.
Rabinowitz, Abraham
Rabinowitz, Elsa
Rabinowitz, Rose
Rabinowitz, Tillie
Rappaport, Jacob
Rapel, Esther
Rappel, Leizer
Rasumni, Michael
Rechtzeit, Seymour
Reichlin, Aron
Reizin, Abraham
Relkin, Edwin
Richter, Moishe
Robbins, Leo
Roich, Yetta
Rosen, Sam
Rosen, Simche
Rosenberg, Joseph and Sarah
Rosenberg, Michel
Rosenblatt, Max
Rosenbloom, Jacob
Rosenblum, Aron
Rosenblum, Betty
Rosenstein, Leizer
Rosenstein, Samuel
Rosenthal, Boris
Rosenthal, Max
Rosenthal, Sabina
Rosenzweig, Ida
Rothenstreich, Frank
Rubin, Gershon
Rubin, Harry
Rubin, Menachem
Rubinstein, Mr & Mrs - parents of Yetta Shoengold
Rumshinsky, Joseph

Sager, Max
Saks, Michael
Samberg, A.
Samoilov, M.B.
Sandberg, Isaac
Sandler, Perez
Satz, Ludwig
Schacht, Gustav
Schechter, Leon
Scheinberg, S
Scheingold, Joseph
Schildkraut, Rudolph
Schmuckler, Peter and Mrs.
Schneider, Beno
Schneier, Chaim
Schneier, Ray
Schneier, Sam
Schnitzer, Henrietta
Schorr, Anshel
Schorr, M
Schneyer, Chaim
Schoenfeld, Ben-Zion
Schoenfeld, May
Schultz, Isaac
Schulweiss, Moishe
Schwartz, Martin
Schwartz, Maurice
Schwartz, William
Scooler, Zwi
Secunda, Sholom
Secunda, Willie
Seidenberg, Leon
Seidman, Bennie
Seratzky, Herman
Serebroff, Muni
Shapiro, Moishe
Shayewich, Dinah
Shayewich, I.
Sheftel, Mr.
Sheingold, Joseph
Sheingold, Sadie
Shenfeld, Niusa
Sheratsky, Herman
Shnitzer, Henrietta
Shoshana, R
Shrage, Adolph, Mathilda and Benjamin
Shtokfeder, Moishe
Shuchat, Isidor
Shumsky, W.
Shwartz, Meyer
Shwartz, Mr. & Mrs. parents of Anita Finkel
Shweid, Mark
Silberkasten, M.
Silbert, Liza
Sincoff, Abe
Sincoff, Laurence
Singer, Fishel
Skulnick, Menashe
Skulnick, Sara
Sniegoff, Leonid
Sokolow, Leonid
Solomonesko, Oscar
Somberg, A.
Spivakovsky, Jacob
Spivakovsky, Mme.
Sprinberg, Mr. & Mrs. Pedro
Stabin, Sarah
Staz, Ludwig
Stein, A. and Mrs.
Strahl, Max
Strassberg, Moishe
Strassfogel, Leib
Strammer, Clara
Strammer, Solomon
Strelskaya, S.
Swartz, Abraham

Tanin, Sholom
Tanzman, Bertha
Tarlo
Tehman, Moishe
Teitelbaum, Abraham
Teitelbaum, Anna
Tenenholz, Alexander
Thomashefsky, Bessie
Thomashefsky, Boris
Toback, Annie
Tobias, Nettie
Traub, Anna
Trilling, Dora
Trilling, Ilia
Trilling, Miriam

Valier, Jennie
Varadi, Julia
Vardi, David

Wachtel, Mr.
Wallerstein, Rose
Walter, Pola
Weider, Miriam
Weinblatt, Charles
Weiner, Lazar
Weintraub, Milton
Weintraub, Rebecca
Weintraub, Zigmund
Weisberg, Louis
Weiss, J.
Weisenfreund, Muni
Weisser, S.
Weissman, Bessie
Weissman, Dora
Weissman, Reuben
Weissman, Rose
Wendorf, R.
Werbel, Elijah
Wexler, J
Wilensky, Mary
Wilner, Max
Winkler
Winogradoff, Anatol
Wohl, Helena
Wolf, Simon
Wolkenstein
Wolkenstein, M.

Yablokoff, Chaim
Yassinoffsky, Pinchos
Yanover, David
Yedvab, Hershel
Yevreinov, N.
Yoalit, Eva
Young, Clara
Yuvelier, Kalmen

Zanger, Jacob
Zaslavska, Vera
Zaslavsky, Rudolph
Zeidner, Sidney
Zeiner, Hyman
Zeldes, Joshua
Zelinska, Helen
Zhelezniak
Zheliaza, Rose
Zilberkasten, Moishe
Zilberman, Moishe
Zilbert, Jacob
Zilbert, Liza
Zilbert, Rose
Zucker, Malvina
Zucker, N.
Zucker, Sholom
Zucker, Sonia
Zuckerberg, Regina
Zuckerman, Leizer
Zwerling, Yetta
Zwiback, Misha
Zylberzweig, Miriam
Zylberzweig, Zalman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Debbi and Claire BLOOM #general

rosinskyb
 

Hi
I'm trying to contact these sisters...
Debbi is a teacher somewhere in northern New Jersey and Claire lives in
California. They are the duaghters of Dan and Florence BLOOM. I would guess
these ladies are in their 40's.
I have a phone number for Claire but I haven't been able to get through to
her.
Does anyone one of these ladies?
Thanks a lot.
Bernard Rosinsky

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre Name Index - Album of the Yiddish Theater #yiddish

David Harris <dharris1@...>
 

To the Yiddish Theater and Vaudeville (YT&V) Research Group members:
Zalman Zylberzweig may be best known for the six volume series "The
Lexicon of the Yiddish Theatre". Published over a span of nearly 30
years, this series,written in Yiddish, paid tribute to the people
associated with the Yiddish stage, both in front of and behind the
footlights. A complete listing of the names (in Yiddish) included in all
6 volumes can be found on the New York Public Library web site

http://www.nypl.org/research/chss/jws/leksikonindex.html

Volume 5 of the series was devoted to the many who perished in the
Holocaust. The JewishGen Yizkor Book Project group indexed those many
names; as a reminder, it can be found at URL:

http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/theater/Yiddish_theater.html

In 1937, Zylberzweig prepared an equally valuable book entitled
"The Album of the Yiddish Theater", consisting of 114 pages loaded with
photographs of the actors, composers, producers and writers. For those
researching family members this can prove to be a useful resource.
Unfortunately, the edition never had a name index, requiring
the user to examine each page to identify the people in the pictures.

David Harris, of the YT&V group, assembled such an index. It consists of
over 500 names and was prepared as carefully as possible. At times,
spellings for the same person would be different (e.g. Schneier and
Schneyer; Silberkasten and Zilberkasten), so use alternate spellings when
conducting a find. An index without page numbers is limited, so if you
find a name of interest you can contact <dharris1@erols.com> via email, to
get the page number(s). It is our desire to eventually place this list on
a YT&V Web site with page numbers included.

While not commonly available, the Album of the Yiddish Theater can
sometimes be obtained at libraries in large cities and through
interlibrary loan.

Some of the organizations included in the Album as group photos were:
Hebrew Actors Union Officers
Jewish Chorus Union of America Officers
Yiddish Theatrical Alliance Officers
Yiddish Art Theater Company
Genfer Company, Minsk
Azazel Company
Folksbihne Ensemble (1936)
Vilna Troupe
Names associated with these group photos were included with those below.

Abarbanel, Judith
Aberman, Isaac
Abramowitz, Bina
Adler, Abe
Adler, Amelia
Adler, Celia
Adler, Charles
Adler, Frances
Adler, Irving
Adler, Jacob
Adler, Julia
Adler, Julius
Adler, Luther
Adler, M.
Adler, Sam
Adler, Sarah
Adler, Stella
Alma, Lottie
Alomith, Sonia
Appel, Anna
Arko, Isaac
Arko, Mania
Arnow, Eli
Arnow, Rubin
Auerbach, Sam
Axelrod, Abraham
Azro, Alexander

Badin, Max
Balsky, Max
Bankoff
Baratov, Paul
Baratz, David
Baratz, Marty
Barzel, Wolf
Barzily, Israel
Basha, Jo
Beck, Louis
Becker, A.
Belavsky, Morris
Ben-Ami, Jacob
Ben-Ari
Berdichewsky, Ben-Zion
Berdichewsky, Suzane
Bergreen, Jacob
Berman, Herman
Bernardi, Berl
Bernardi. Boris
Bernstein, Berl
Bialis, Rosetta
Bialkowich, Ch.
Bialkowich, I.
Birman, Sonia
Birnbaum, Louis
Birnbaum, Minnie
Biro, Fela
Blank, Benny
Blank, Leon
Bleich, Judah
Bley, Helen
Blum, Lillian
Blumenthal, Jacob
Bodin, Max
Braginska-Fishzohn, Hiene & children Misha and Isak
Breen, Max
Brest, Leon
Brody, Joseph
Brown, Sonia
Budanov, Betty
Budkin, Celia
Budkin, Misha
Bulman, Gertrude
Bulman, Gertie
Bulman, Max
Bulov, Joseph
Burstein, J
Burstein, Paul
Burstein, Peisache

Cahan, Charles
Cantor, Eddie
Casher, Isidore
Casher, Jennie
Casman, Nellie
Chalif, A.
Chaplin, Charlie
Cherniak, Annie
Cogut, Abe and Family
Cohan, Charles
Coner, Leopold
Coner, Sarah

Dank, David
Derwin, Morris
Doller, Rose
Dorfsohn, S. I.
Dornblatt
Dranov, Nathan
Dranova, Nadia
Dubinsky, Yudel
Dymow, Ossip

Edelstein, Joseph
Edelstein, Paulina
Ehrenreich, Chaim
Eines, A.
Einhorn, Liza
Einstein, Albert
Eliscu, Fernanda
Elkin, Mendel
Ellstein, Abe
Epstein, Mr.
Epstein, Mary
Ettenson, Jack

Fachler, David
Feder, Morris
Feinman, Dinah
Feinman, Lillie
Feinman, Zigmund
Feinstein, H.
Feivushov, Bertha
Fievushov, Mr.
Feld, Harry
Feld, Itsik
Feldbaum, Mme.
Feldman, Mme.
Finkel, Bella
Finkel, Emma
Fishbein, Benjamin
Fishkind, Abraham
Fishman, Jacob
Fishman, Sylvia
Fishzohn, Abraham
Fishzohn, Mischa
Flagg, Edmund
Flash, Mania
Fogelnest, Sam
Fox, Rose
Frank, Betty
Frankel, Yisca
Freilich, L
Freiman, Louis
Fried, Lazar
Friedlander, Max
Friedman, Mr.
Friedman, M
Friedsel, Mr.
Fuchs, Leo

Gabel, Max
Galing, Ben
Gehrman, Lucy
Gehrman, Mischa
Genfer, M.
George, M.
Gerstin, Bertha
Gertler, Sam
Gertner, Jacob
Gibson, Michael
Giltman, Isidor
Ginsberg, Jonah
Godik, Willie
Gold, Celia
Gold, Clara
Gold, Leon
Goldberg, Dina
Goldberg, Nathan
Goldberg, Louis
Goldberg, Rose
Goldenburg, Itsik
Goldenburg, Samuel
Goldfaden, Abraham
Goldfaden, Paulina Werbel
Goldfaden, Wolf
Goldring, Motel
Goldsmith, Yechiel
Goldstein, Charlotte
Goldstein, Gustav
Goldstein, Jennie
Goldstein, Zina
Gordin, Jacob
Gorin, B.
Gottfried, Abram-Isaac
Gottfried, Eidel
Gottlieb, Helena
Graff, Peter
Green, Oscar
Greenberg, Joseph
Greenfield, Jean
Grodner, Israel
Groper, Joseph
Groper, Ida
Grossbard, Hertz
Grossman, I.
Grossman, Miriam
Grossman, Samuel
Gudinska, Bella
Gulkis, Martin
Gurskaya, Sonia
Guskin, Reuben
Gutentag, Bertha

Harris, Al
Herman, David
Herman, Sara
Hershfeld, Z.
Himelstein, Freda
Himelstein, Jacob
Hirshbein, Peretz
Hochstein, Harry
Hochstein, Jacob
Hoffman, Annie
Hoffman, Pauline
Hollander, Hannah
Hollander, Isidor
Holtz, Tenen
Holz, Aaron
Honigman, Meyer
Hyman, Louis

Iris, S.
Iris, Sonia
Isikow, S

Jacobs, Betty
Jacobs, Jacob
Jacobs, Moe
Jacobson, Hymie
Jacobson, Irving
Jessel, George
Juvelier, Kalman

Kadison, Anna
Kadison, Leib
Kadison, Liuba
Kalich, Bertha
Kalich, Jacob
Kamien, Joseph
Kaminska. Eda
Kaminska, Esther
Kaminsky, A.
Kammen, I
Kanapov, Fishel
Karlos, M
Karp, Sophie
Kasten, Sam
Katz, Ben-Zion
Katzman, Jacob
Kaufman, Harry
Kenig, Betty
Kenig, Dina
Kessler, David
Kessler, Joseph
Kitsis
Kletter, Max
Klinger, N.
Kobrin, Leon
Kompaneyets. Aba
Kornfeld, Leon
Kovalsky, Mathiah
Kozel, Mr.
Kozel, Mrs.
Krastoshinsky, Mr.
Krause-Miller
Kreitzberg, Yasha
Kressin, Miriam
Kurts, Abraham
Kustchinsky, Hershl
Kustin, Solomon

Lachman, I.
Lachman, Sonia
Laks, Abraham
Lakser, Sabina
Lantsman, F.
Lares, Judith
Lash, Rebecca
Lasky, Max
Lavenda, Pinchos
Lebedeff, Aron
Lebedev, Vera
Lefkowitz, Henry
Lerman, Mr.
Lerman, Bathe
Levin, Sam
Libin, Z
Lillith, Ola
Lipinsky, Isaac
Lipman, Natalia
Lipowsky, Nahum
Lipzin, Kenny
Lipowsky, Esther and son Sascha and family
Lobel, Malvina
Loui, David
Lubelchik, I.
Lubelska, Pola
Lubin, Annie
Lubin, Harry
Lubotsky, Jacob
Lubritsky, Dave
Lubritsky, Fannie
Lukatcher, Ch. Sh.
Lumet, Baruch

Malinovsky, M.
Mann, Louis
Margulis, Edward
Mariasin
Marienovska, Malvina
Maurer, Jospeh
Marx, Rudolph
Meisel, Bella
Meltzer, Anna
Meltzer, Isidor
Mench, Aaron
Mestel, Jacob
Michalesko, Michal
Miller, Isaac
Miller, Joe
Milman
Mogulesko, Julius
Mogulesko, Zigmund
Morevsky, Abraham
Morrison, Morris
Moskowitz, Yosele
Moskowitz, Maurice
Myerson, Mark

Nachamkus, Mr.
Nachbush, Noah
Nadel, Mrs.
Nadir, Moishe
Nadolsky, Mr.
Nadolsky, Sonia
Nagushiner, S.
Naomi, Lea
Nasatir, Morris
Nathan, Simkeh
Nathanson, Charles
Nathanson, Julius
Neiditsh, Morris
Neroslovska, Nadia
Nieroslavska, Liuba
Novikoff, Morris

Oberberg, A
Oisher, Moishe
Olivenbaum, S
Olshanetsky, Alexander
Osherowitch, M.
Ostroff, Oscar

Parness, Nathan
Pasternak, Willie
Pecker, Victor
Perkoff, Adolph
Perlmutter, Sholom
Picon, Helen
Picon, Mollie
Podlias, Hyman
Polack, Morris
Poliakewitch, Moishe
Popper, David
Potoska, Lydia
Prager, Regina
Predmest, Michael
Prenowitz, I.S.
Prizant, Hyman

Rabinowitz, Mr.
Rabinowitz, Abraham
Rabinowitz, Elsa
Rabinowitz, Rose
Rabinowitz, Tillie
Rappaport, Jacob
Rapel, Esther
Rappel, Leizer
Rasumni, Michael
Rechtzeit, Seymour
Reichlin, Aron
Reizin, Abraham
Relkin, Edwin
Richter, Moishe
Robbins, Leo
Roich, Yetta
Rosen, Sam
Rosen, Simche
Rosenberg, Joseph and Sarah
Rosenberg, Michel
Rosenblatt, Max
Rosenbloom, Jacob
Rosenblum, Aron
Rosenblum, Betty
Rosenstein, Leizer
Rosenstein, Samuel
Rosenthal, Boris
Rosenthal, Max
Rosenthal, Sabina
Rosenzweig, Ida
Rothenstreich, Frank
Rubin, Gershon
Rubin, Harry
Rubin, Menachem
Rubinstein, Mr & Mrs - parents of Yetta Shoengold
Rumshinsky, Joseph

Sager, Max
Saks, Michael
Samberg, A.
Samoilov, M.B.
Sandberg, Isaac
Sandler, Perez
Satz, Ludwig
Schacht, Gustav
Schechter, Leon
Scheinberg, S
Scheingold, Joseph
Schildkraut, Rudolph
Schmuckler, Peter and Mrs.
Schneider, Beno
Schneier, Chaim
Schneier, Ray
Schneier, Sam
Schnitzer, Henrietta
Schorr, Anshel
Schorr, M
Schneyer, Chaim
Schoenfeld, Ben-Zion
Schoenfeld, May
Schultz, Isaac
Schulweiss, Moishe
Schwartz, Martin
Schwartz, Maurice
Schwartz, William
Scooler, Zwi
Secunda, Sholom
Secunda, Willie
Seidenberg, Leon
Seidman, Bennie
Seratzky, Herman
Serebroff, Muni
Shapiro, Moishe
Shayewich, Dinah
Shayewich, I.
Sheftel, Mr.
Sheingold, Joseph
Sheingold, Sadie
Shenfeld, Niusa
Sheratsky, Herman
Shnitzer, Henrietta
Shoshana, R
Shrage, Adolph, Mathilda and Benjamin
Shtokfeder, Moishe
Shuchat, Isidor
Shumsky, W.
Shwartz, Meyer
Shwartz, Mr. & Mrs. parents of Anita Finkel
Shweid, Mark
Silberkasten, M.
Silbert, Liza
Sincoff, Abe
Sincoff, Laurence
Singer, Fishel
Skulnick, Menashe
Skulnick, Sara
Sniegoff, Leonid
Sokolow, Leonid
Solomonesko, Oscar
Somberg, A.
Spivakovsky, Jacob
Spivakovsky, Mme.
Sprinberg, Mr. & Mrs. Pedro
Stabin, Sarah
Staz, Ludwig
Stein, A. and Mrs.
Strahl, Max
Strassberg, Moishe
Strassfogel, Leib
Strammer, Clara
Strammer, Solomon
Strelskaya, S.
Swartz, Abraham

Tanin, Sholom
Tanzman, Bertha
Tarlo
Tehman, Moishe
Teitelbaum, Abraham
Teitelbaum, Anna
Tenenholz, Alexander
Thomashefsky, Bessie
Thomashefsky, Boris
Toback, Annie
Tobias, Nettie
Traub, Anna
Trilling, Dora
Trilling, Ilia
Trilling, Miriam

Valier, Jennie
Varadi, Julia
Vardi, David

Wachtel, Mr.
Wallerstein, Rose
Walter, Pola
Weider, Miriam
Weinblatt, Charles
Weiner, Lazar
Weintraub, Milton
Weintraub, Rebecca
Weintraub, Zigmund
Weisberg, Louis
Weiss, J.
Weisenfreund, Muni
Weisser, S.
Weissman, Bessie
Weissman, Dora
Weissman, Reuben
Weissman, Rose
Wendorf, R.
Werbel, Elijah
Wexler, J
Wilensky, Mary
Wilner, Max
Winkler
Winogradoff, Anatol
Wohl, Helena
Wolf, Simon
Wolkenstein
Wolkenstein, M.

Yablokoff, Chaim
Yassinoffsky, Pinchos
Yanover, David
Yedvab, Hershel
Yevreinov, N.
Yoalit, Eva
Young, Clara
Yuvelier, Kalmen

Zanger, Jacob
Zaslavska, Vera
Zaslavsky, Rudolph
Zeidner, Sidney
Zeiner, Hyman
Zeldes, Joshua
Zelinska, Helen
Zhelezniak
Zheliaza, Rose
Zilberkasten, Moishe
Zilberman, Moishe
Zilbert, Jacob
Zilbert, Liza
Zilbert, Rose
Zucker, Malvina
Zucker, N.
Zucker, Sholom
Zucker, Sonia
Zuckerberg, Regina
Zuckerman, Leizer
Zwerling, Yetta
Zwiback, Misha
Zylberzweig, Miriam
Zylberzweig, Zalman


A detour via America in 1877 #general

Karl <srkarel@...>
 

Read part of the " A detour via America"
fascinating 65 plus page travel journal
written and published by Carl B. Sigerist
in 1879 click on this URL

http://www.geocities.com/karlsrsigerist/Page7.html

Karlsr@sigerist.net
Karl Sigerist Sr


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen A detour via America in 1877 #general

Karl <srkarel@...>
 

Read part of the " A detour via America"
fascinating 65 plus page travel journal
written and published by Carl B. Sigerist
in 1879 click on this URL

http://www.geocities.com/karlsrsigerist/Page7.html

Karlsr@sigerist.net
Karl Sigerist Sr


Looking for Marie Shaddock, Australia #general

Ralph Bloch <rbloch@...>
 

I received an inquiry >from a Marie Shaddock in Australia regarding common
ancestors. Unfortunately the return-e-mail address seems to be defunct.

I am looking for Marie's current correct e-mail address

Ralph Bloch

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for Marie Shaddock, Australia #general

Ralph Bloch <rbloch@...>
 

I received an inquiry >from a Marie Shaddock in Australia regarding common
ancestors. Unfortunately the return-e-mail address seems to be defunct.

I am looking for Marie's current correct e-mail address

Ralph Bloch

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately


correction to Yizkor Book update #general

Joyce Field
 

An update to the Suprasl, Poland yizkor book was inadvertently missed
in the February 2003 monthly report. My apologies.

The list of updated yizkor books should be:


-Belchatow, Poland
-Brzeziny, Poland
-Buchach, Ukraine
-Dusetos, Lithuania
-Gorodenka, Ukraine
-Krynki, Poland
-Mikulintsy, Ukraine
-Novogrudok, Belarus
-Piotrkow Trybunalski, Poland
-Radomsko, Poland
-Rokiskis, Lithuania
-Shchuchin, Belarus
-Sosnowiec, Poland
-Stawiski, Poland
-Suprasl, Poland
-Tomaszow, Poland
-Volozhin, Belarus

Joyce Field
jfield@jewishgen.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen correction to Yizkor Book update #general

Joyce Field
 

An update to the Suprasl, Poland yizkor book was inadvertently missed
in the February 2003 monthly report. My apologies.

The list of updated yizkor books should be:


-Belchatow, Poland
-Brzeziny, Poland
-Buchach, Ukraine
-Dusetos, Lithuania
-Gorodenka, Ukraine
-Krynki, Poland
-Mikulintsy, Ukraine
-Novogrudok, Belarus
-Piotrkow Trybunalski, Poland
-Radomsko, Poland
-Rokiskis, Lithuania
-Shchuchin, Belarus
-Sosnowiec, Poland
-Stawiski, Poland
-Suprasl, Poland
-Tomaszow, Poland
-Volozhin, Belarus

Joyce Field
jfield@jewishgen.org


Re: Visit to Poland #warsaw #poland

judieson@...
 

absolutely! Go thru Shtetl Shleppers of Jewish Gen....so go to the main menu for Jewish Gen, scroll down to Shtetl Shleppers and take it >from there. I was there in October with them, noone else on the planet wanted to be there at the same time, so I had the guides and drivers all to myself.....in Warsaw, it was Alex....a wonderful, highly knowledgeable man, and driver Barbara; in Lomza Gybernia it was George and he did the driving as well. These men are phenomenal....when you go to Shtletl Shleppers, you'll be working with Johanna.....located in Texas...and she's a joy to deal with, very detailed and most aware.
I have friends >from Sochazew, and they did the trip on their own...he's a survivor, took his wife and dtr, had private guides and drivers.

Let me know how it turns out for you,
Judie Cynkus Rice
CINKIEWICZ, CYNKUS,WINDENBERG,VINDENBERG, SZULIMOWICZ..Lomza Gybernia, Nowogrod, Ostralenka, Sulki,Lomza, Warsaw, Lodice


Re: Visit to Poland #warsaw #poland

NATALIE LAMB
 

Hi Jane,

I hope you are able to make the trip to Poland, it will be a wonderful
experience.

My husband and I went there for a long weekend about 18 months ago, staying
in Warsaw, but also making a visit to Lowicz (close to Sochaczew) where my
father was born in 1907. I was able to find (with the help of a guide) the
Jewish cemetery in Lowicz where my great grandparents' graves are still
standing. It was the high point of the trip for me.

I also have a Sochaczew connection, as I know my grandfather was living
there in 1907, and I often wonder if in fact that was where my father was
actually born.

As a starting point, I do suggest that you contact Yael Reisner at the
Ronald S Lauder Foundation in Warsaw laudergen@jewishgen.org.pl

He is a charming American, very knowledgeable and helpful. We met him by
chance in the synagogue in Warsaw on Shabbat.

Please let me know if I can give you any further pointers >from my experience
there.

By the way, my main family names are Niewolski and Rozendorn - I don't
suppose these figure in your family, too?

Regards
Natalie Lamb
Berkshire, England

---Original Message-----
From: Jane Kramer [mailto:janekra@rabbit.com.au]
Sent: 06 March 2003 03:39
To: Warszawa Research Group
Subject: [warszawa] Visit to Poland

I am hoping to visit Poland in July this year, and would like to find my
father's village and be taken to ghetto sites. Are there any Jewish groups
in Poland that do this. My father was born in Sochaczew.

Thank you
Jane Kramer
Melbourne,
Australia


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Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Re: Visit to Poland #warsaw #poland

judieson@...
 

absolutely! Go thru Shtetl Shleppers of Jewish Gen....so go to the main menu for Jewish Gen, scroll down to Shtetl Shleppers and take it >from there. I was there in October with them, noone else on the planet wanted to be there at the same time, so I had the guides and drivers all to myself.....in Warsaw, it was Alex....a wonderful, highly knowledgeable man, and driver Barbara; in Lomza Gybernia it was George and he did the driving as well. These men are phenomenal....when you go to Shtletl Shleppers, you'll be working with Johanna.....located in Texas...and she's a joy to deal with, very detailed and most aware.
I have friends >from Sochazew, and they did the trip on their own...he's a survivor, took his wife and dtr, had private guides and drivers.

Let me know how it turns out for you,
Judie Cynkus Rice
CINKIEWICZ, CYNKUS,WINDENBERG,VINDENBERG, SZULIMOWICZ..Lomza Gybernia, Nowogrod, Ostralenka, Sulki,Lomza, Warsaw, Lodice


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland RE: Visit to Poland #warsaw #poland

NATALIE LAMB
 

Hi Jane,

I hope you are able to make the trip to Poland, it will be a wonderful
experience.

My husband and I went there for a long weekend about 18 months ago, staying
in Warsaw, but also making a visit to Lowicz (close to Sochaczew) where my
father was born in 1907. I was able to find (with the help of a guide) the
Jewish cemetery in Lowicz where my great grandparents' graves are still
standing. It was the high point of the trip for me.

I also have a Sochaczew connection, as I know my grandfather was living
there in 1907, and I often wonder if in fact that was where my father was
actually born.

As a starting point, I do suggest that you contact Yael Reisner at the
Ronald S Lauder Foundation in Warsaw laudergen@jewishgen.org.pl

He is a charming American, very knowledgeable and helpful. We met him by
chance in the synagogue in Warsaw on Shabbat.

Please let me know if I can give you any further pointers >from my experience
there.

By the way, my main family names are Niewolski and Rozendorn - I don't
suppose these figure in your family, too?

Regards
Natalie Lamb
Berkshire, England

---Original Message-----
From: Jane Kramer [mailto:janekra@rabbit.com.au]
Sent: 06 March 2003 03:39
To: Warszawa Research Group
Subject: [warszawa] Visit to Poland

I am hoping to visit Poland in July this year, and would like to find my
father's village and be taken to ghetto sites. Are there any Jewish groups
in Poland that do this. My father was born in Sochaczew.

Thank you
Jane Kramer
Melbourne,
Australia


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trying to link 3 ancestors to one Shtetl #ukraine

NOSHOWCLC@...
 

I'm perplexed! I am trying to connect two families that came together in
marriage in the Ukraine through their descendants that immigrated to the
United States.

David BOGOMOLNY, uncle to two men below, lists on manifest his home as
Sibolow.
Isaac CURELOP lists his birthplace as Jivotov Kiev (naturalization appl).
Abraham CURELOP, brother to Isaac, lists his birthplace as Kiev
(naturalization appl)
David Bogomolny's sister Rebecca married Shabsha Curelop and had Isaac &
Abe.

Meanwhile, on JewishGen databases I found a Khaim Kurilapo in Zhivotovo
Kiev.

My questions:
Could the shtetls listed for the three men above be the same as Zhivotovo?
And why the "o" at the end of this town's name, even at the end of Kurilap?
My father-in-law believes Khaim is Yiddish for Irving, but I've not found
that, in
act didn't find many English versions of the name, although his father
called his son Irving Khaim.

Thank you all for the insight. I'm trying to connect the Bogomolny and
Curelop families to one place, or at least two areas very close to one
another so I can one day request records.

Susan Curelop
CURELOP/KUROLAJS/KUROLAP in Kiev & ?, Ukraine
BOGOMOLNY in Ukraine
NANKIN in Birzai, Lithuania & Cape Town, South Africa


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine trying to link 3 ancestors to one Shtetl #ukraine

NOSHOWCLC@...
 

I'm perplexed! I am trying to connect two families that came together in
marriage in the Ukraine through their descendants that immigrated to the
United States.

David BOGOMOLNY, uncle to two men below, lists on manifest his home as
Sibolow.
Isaac CURELOP lists his birthplace as Jivotov Kiev (naturalization appl).
Abraham CURELOP, brother to Isaac, lists his birthplace as Kiev
(naturalization appl)
David Bogomolny's sister Rebecca married Shabsha Curelop and had Isaac &
Abe.

Meanwhile, on JewishGen databases I found a Khaim Kurilapo in Zhivotovo
Kiev.

My questions:
Could the shtetls listed for the three men above be the same as Zhivotovo?
And why the "o" at the end of this town's name, even at the end of Kurilap?
My father-in-law believes Khaim is Yiddish for Irving, but I've not found
that, in
act didn't find many English versions of the name, although his father
called his son Irving Khaim.

Thank you all for the insight. I'm trying to connect the Bogomolny and
Curelop families to one place, or at least two areas very close to one
another so I can one day request records.

Susan Curelop
CURELOP/KUROLAJS/KUROLAP in Kiev & ?, Ukraine
BOGOMOLNY in Ukraine
NANKIN in Birzai, Lithuania & Cape Town, South Africa