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Spellings of the name Glucksberg #general

Epstein moshe ruth <epmoru@...>
 

The original spelling is GLUCKSBERG (u umlaut).Families who came from
Germany to Poland changed it to GLICKSBERG or GLIKSBERG,These are the three
spellings that I found in the U.S.A.
In documents in FHL I found (sometimes in the same document): GLIGSBERG,
KLIGSBERG,GLUCKSBERG,GLICKSBERG with the Hebrew signature that sounds
like:GLIKSBERG.
In the lists of JRI-PL I found also:
GLUECKSBERG,GLUCKSBJERG,GLJUKSBJERG,KLIGSBJERG,GLISBERG and even GLICBERG.
The most shocking fact: in three censuses of the same person in OH-
GLICKBERG,GLUECKSBERG and GLICKSBERG.

Ruth Glicksberg-Epstein
epmoru@netvision.net.il


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Spellings of the name Glucksberg #general

Epstein moshe ruth <epmoru@...>
 

The original spelling is GLUCKSBERG (u umlaut).Families who came from
Germany to Poland changed it to GLICKSBERG or GLIKSBERG,These are the three
spellings that I found in the U.S.A.
In documents in FHL I found (sometimes in the same document): GLIGSBERG,
KLIGSBERG,GLUCKSBERG,GLICKSBERG with the Hebrew signature that sounds
like:GLIKSBERG.
In the lists of JRI-PL I found also:
GLUECKSBERG,GLUCKSBJERG,GLJUKSBJERG,KLIGSBJERG,GLISBERG and even GLICBERG.
The most shocking fact: in three censuses of the same person in OH-
GLICKBERG,GLUECKSBERG and GLICKSBERG.

Ruth Glicksberg-Epstein
epmoru@netvision.net.il


SCHOLNICK / SHOLNICK family - Leeds, England #general

LaurenceCardon@...
 

Does anyone know the following SCHOLNICK / SCOLNICK families >from Leeds,
England. (probably immigrated to England in the 1890's)

This family lived/live in Leeds:
Myer SCHOLNICK (born c.1880)
Sarah SCHOLNICK (nee ROSEBAUM / ROSEBERG - wife born c.1880)
Anne SCHOLNICK (daughter - who married Unknown PETERS, and they have a
daughter Bernice PETERS).
Hetty SCHOLNICK (daughter).

The following SCHOLNICK family (in the 1901 Leeds Census)
David born c.1850
Ette born c.1859 (wife)
Louis born c. 1876
Sarah born c. 1881
Katie born c. 1883
Hyman born c. 1885
Morris born c. 1887
Annie born c. 1892
Dinah born c. 1894
Lizzie born c 1899

The following SCOLNICK persons who emigrated to USA in 1914.
Fanny born c. 1889
Sarah born 1906
Annie born 1909
Max born 1911
Jessie born 1908

Please contact me privately if you have any information on these families.

Thank you
Laurence Harris
Pinner, Middlesex, England


Re: INS Response to FOIA #general

Don Solomon
 

At 12:00 AM -0500 6/19/03, Sheldon Cohen wrote:

Also, one of the Declarations of Intent indicates a port of departure,
destination, date and ship different >from that on the Ellis Island
Database. It indicated sailing on the Rhein >from Bremen, Germany
landing at Baltimore 4/15/1914.

The EIDB indicated arriving EI on the Campania >from Liverpool, UK on
12/31/1910. Both documents had enough information to be certain it was the
right person.

How can this be?
I also found my grandfather's name on two Ellis Island manifests
separated by a couple of years. The easiest explanation is that
your relative came over in 1910, went back (perhaps to retrieve some
family members, as my great-uncle did), and returned to the US in
1914.

One wonders why your relative sailed on two different ships >from
different ports. My guess is that most immigrants who sailed twice
sailed both times >from the same port on the same shipping line, if
only for reasons of familiarity.


Don Solomon <dsolomon@post.harvard.edu>
Boston, MA USA
Searching: NIMOY, DRUTIN, KATZ (Izyaslav, Volhynia Gub., Ukr.)
SOLOMON, JOSEPH, CAHANE, SEGAL (Iasi, Rom.)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen SCHOLNICK / SHOLNICK family - Leeds, England #general

LaurenceCardon@...
 

Does anyone know the following SCHOLNICK / SCOLNICK families >from Leeds,
England. (probably immigrated to England in the 1890's)

This family lived/live in Leeds:
Myer SCHOLNICK (born c.1880)
Sarah SCHOLNICK (nee ROSEBAUM / ROSEBERG - wife born c.1880)
Anne SCHOLNICK (daughter - who married Unknown PETERS, and they have a
daughter Bernice PETERS).
Hetty SCHOLNICK (daughter).

The following SCHOLNICK family (in the 1901 Leeds Census)
David born c.1850
Ette born c.1859 (wife)
Louis born c. 1876
Sarah born c. 1881
Katie born c. 1883
Hyman born c. 1885
Morris born c. 1887
Annie born c. 1892
Dinah born c. 1894
Lizzie born c 1899

The following SCOLNICK persons who emigrated to USA in 1914.
Fanny born c. 1889
Sarah born 1906
Annie born 1909
Max born 1911
Jessie born 1908

Please contact me privately if you have any information on these families.

Thank you
Laurence Harris
Pinner, Middlesex, England


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: INS Response to FOIA #general

Don Solomon
 

At 12:00 AM -0500 6/19/03, Sheldon Cohen wrote:

Also, one of the Declarations of Intent indicates a port of departure,
destination, date and ship different >from that on the Ellis Island
Database. It indicated sailing on the Rhein >from Bremen, Germany
landing at Baltimore 4/15/1914.

The EIDB indicated arriving EI on the Campania >from Liverpool, UK on
12/31/1910. Both documents had enough information to be certain it was the
right person.

How can this be?
I also found my grandfather's name on two Ellis Island manifests
separated by a couple of years. The easiest explanation is that
your relative came over in 1910, went back (perhaps to retrieve some
family members, as my great-uncle did), and returned to the US in
1914.

One wonders why your relative sailed on two different ships >from
different ports. My guess is that most immigrants who sailed twice
sailed both times >from the same port on the same shipping line, if
only for reasons of familiarity.


Don Solomon <dsolomon@post.harvard.edu>
Boston, MA USA
Searching: NIMOY, DRUTIN, KATZ (Izyaslav, Volhynia Gub., Ukr.)
SOLOMON, JOSEPH, CAHANE, SEGAL (Iasi, Rom.)


Philip Menczel (Menchel): Central Zionist Archives #general

hekenvin@...
 

I am interested in finding out more about the activities and acquiring a
photograph of Philip MENCZEL (Menchel), a leader of the Bukovinian branch
of the World Zionist Organization circa 1899.

I tried the web page of the Central Zionist Archive, but there is no on-
line search engine. A google search garnered a one-line reference in an
article in a scholarly journal published by Columbia.

Does anyone have any ideas to offer?

With thanks,
Helene Kenvin


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Philip Menczel (Menchel): Central Zionist Archives #general

hekenvin@...
 

I am interested in finding out more about the activities and acquiring a
photograph of Philip MENCZEL (Menchel), a leader of the Bukovinian branch
of the World Zionist Organization circa 1899.

I tried the web page of the Central Zionist Archive, but there is no on-
line search engine. A google search garnered a one-line reference in an
article in a scholarly journal published by Columbia.

Does anyone have any ideas to offer?

With thanks,
Helene Kenvin


MORRIS family - Leeds, England - from c.1895 #general

LaurenceCardon@...
 

MORRIS -
Does anyone know either of the following MORRIS families >from Leeds,
England. (probably immigrated to England in the 1890's)?

Joseph (Hyman?) MORRIS (born c. 1868 in Russia? Poland?)
Esther (or possibly Sarah?) MORRIS ( nee UNKNOWN) (wife, born c.1872 in
Russia? Poland?)
Cecil MORRIS (born c1891 in Leeds or possibly Russia? Poland?)
[Cecil married Gertude KAMINSKI of Manchester and their children were Jean
MORRIS later SIMMONS, Renee MORRIS and Arnold MORRIS]
Jack MORRIS (born c.1895 in Leeds)
[Jack had a son called Arnold MORRIS]
Col(e)man / Kalman MORRIS(born c. 1896 in Leeds)
Fanny MORRIS (born 1900 Leeds)
Hymie MORRIS
Barnet MORRIS
Woolf/Vevel MORRIS


Joseph MORRIS (born c.1879, Russia - son of Abraham Moshe)
Flora/Florrie MORRIS nee ROSENBAUM / ROSENBERG
(born c 1881-daughter of Frank ROSENBAUM / ROSENBERG and his wife Goldie)
Freedman MORRIS (b1896 Leeds)
Sadie MORRIS (b 1896 Leeds)
Irving MORRIS (b 1899 Leeds)
Simon MORRIS (b 1902 Leeds)
Betsy MORRIS (b 1905 Leeds)
Charles MORRIS (b 1907 Leeds)

Please contact me privately if you have any information on these families.

Thank you
Laurence Harris
Pinner, Middlesex, England


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen MORRIS family - Leeds, England - from c.1895 #general

LaurenceCardon@...
 

MORRIS -
Does anyone know either of the following MORRIS families >from Leeds,
England. (probably immigrated to England in the 1890's)?

Joseph (Hyman?) MORRIS (born c. 1868 in Russia? Poland?)
Esther (or possibly Sarah?) MORRIS ( nee UNKNOWN) (wife, born c.1872 in
Russia? Poland?)
Cecil MORRIS (born c1891 in Leeds or possibly Russia? Poland?)
[Cecil married Gertude KAMINSKI of Manchester and their children were Jean
MORRIS later SIMMONS, Renee MORRIS and Arnold MORRIS]
Jack MORRIS (born c.1895 in Leeds)
[Jack had a son called Arnold MORRIS]
Col(e)man / Kalman MORRIS(born c. 1896 in Leeds)
Fanny MORRIS (born 1900 Leeds)
Hymie MORRIS
Barnet MORRIS
Woolf/Vevel MORRIS


Joseph MORRIS (born c.1879, Russia - son of Abraham Moshe)
Flora/Florrie MORRIS nee ROSENBAUM / ROSENBERG
(born c 1881-daughter of Frank ROSENBAUM / ROSENBERG and his wife Goldie)
Freedman MORRIS (b1896 Leeds)
Sadie MORRIS (b 1896 Leeds)
Irving MORRIS (b 1899 Leeds)
Simon MORRIS (b 1902 Leeds)
Betsy MORRIS (b 1905 Leeds)
Charles MORRIS (b 1907 Leeds)

Please contact me privately if you have any information on these families.

Thank you
Laurence Harris
Pinner, Middlesex, England


SCOLNICK or SHOLNICK families from Leeds, England from c.1895 #unitedkingdom

LaurenceCardon@...
 

SHOLNICK / SCOLNICK

Does anyone know the following SCHOLNICK / SCOLNICK families >from Leeds,
England. (probably immigrated to England in the 1890's)

This family lived/live in Leeds:
Myer SCHOLNICK (born c.1880)
Sarah SCHOLNICK (nee ROSEBAUM / ROSEBERG - wife born c.1880)
Anne SCHOLNICK (daughter - who married Unknown PETERS, and they have a
daughter Bernice PETERS).
Hetty SCHOLNICK (daughter).

The following SCHOLNICK family (in the 1901 Leeds Census)
David born c.1850
Ette born c.1859 (wife)
Louis born c. 1876
Sarah born c. 1881
Katie born c. 1883
Hyman born c. 1885
Morris born c. 1887
Annie born c. 1892
Dinah born c. 1894
Lizzie born c 1899

The following SCOLNICK persons who emigrated to USA in 1914.
Fanny born c. 1889
Sarah born 1906
Annie born 1909
Max born 1911
Jessie born 1908

Please contact me privately if you have any information on these families.

Thank you
Laurence Harris
Pinner, Middlesex, England


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom SCOLNICK or SHOLNICK families from Leeds, England from c.1895 #unitedkingdom

LaurenceCardon@...
 

SHOLNICK / SCOLNICK

Does anyone know the following SCHOLNICK / SCOLNICK families >from Leeds,
England. (probably immigrated to England in the 1890's)

This family lived/live in Leeds:
Myer SCHOLNICK (born c.1880)
Sarah SCHOLNICK (nee ROSEBAUM / ROSEBERG - wife born c.1880)
Anne SCHOLNICK (daughter - who married Unknown PETERS, and they have a
daughter Bernice PETERS).
Hetty SCHOLNICK (daughter).

The following SCHOLNICK family (in the 1901 Leeds Census)
David born c.1850
Ette born c.1859 (wife)
Louis born c. 1876
Sarah born c. 1881
Katie born c. 1883
Hyman born c. 1885
Morris born c. 1887
Annie born c. 1892
Dinah born c. 1894
Lizzie born c 1899

The following SCOLNICK persons who emigrated to USA in 1914.
Fanny born c. 1889
Sarah born 1906
Annie born 1909
Max born 1911
Jessie born 1908

Please contact me privately if you have any information on these families.

Thank you
Laurence Harris
Pinner, Middlesex, England


Tracing ancestors' change of residence #general

Sophie Frankenberg <sophief7@...>
 

Dear Fellow Researchers,

After over two years of intensive research, I have reconstructed my
MENDELSOHN family tree as far back as my grt-grt-grandparents' marriage
record in 1839 in Zamosc. Before 1839, there is no mention of the name
either in Zamosc or in surrounding towns. Does anyone know whether
documentation exists of 'changes of residence', >from one part of the Russian
Empire to another?
Thank you.

Sophie [Mendelson] Frankenberg
[Jerusalem]

Also researching: HERYNG [Zamosc]
BRUMER [Zamosc]
GOLDBAUM [Hrubieszow]
MAJZELS [Krasnobrod]
HECHT [Hrubieszow]
SZPRINGER [Krylow]
FRYDMAN [Lublin]
GOLDMAN [Lublin, Kotzk]


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Tracing ancestors' change of residence #general

Sophie Frankenberg <sophief7@...>
 

Dear Fellow Researchers,

After over two years of intensive research, I have reconstructed my
MENDELSOHN family tree as far back as my grt-grt-grandparents' marriage
record in 1839 in Zamosc. Before 1839, there is no mention of the name
either in Zamosc or in surrounding towns. Does anyone know whether
documentation exists of 'changes of residence', >from one part of the Russian
Empire to another?
Thank you.

Sophie [Mendelson] Frankenberg
[Jerusalem]

Also researching: HERYNG [Zamosc]
BRUMER [Zamosc]
GOLDBAUM [Hrubieszow]
MAJZELS [Krasnobrod]
HECHT [Hrubieszow]
SZPRINGER [Krylow]
FRYDMAN [Lublin]
GOLDMAN [Lublin, Kotzk]


Re: Canadian Immigration Question #general

Stan Goodman <safeqSPAM_FOILER@...>
 

p.wyant@sasktel.net (Peter S. Wyant) opined:

Shawn,
have you looked up the immigration of these folks in the Canadian Incoming
Steamship Passenger Manifests available >from the National Archives of
Canada? The manifests will usually show other useful information including
former place of residence, etc. You've got the port and date of arrival so
finding him should be very straightforward. I can give you more details if
you need them. <<<


The above is tantalizing for me. The person for whom I am searching
arrived at Ellis Island in 1900; according to the passenger manifest,
his destination was a specific address in Montreal, and I assume that
he journeyed there by rail. Would there be a record somewhere of the
entry of this immigrant?

--
Stan Goodman, Qiryat Tiv'on, Israel

Searching:
NEACHOWICZ/NOACHOWICZ, NEJMAN/NAJMAN, ROKITA: >from Lomza Gubernia
ISMACH: >from Lomza Gubernia, Galicia, and Ukraina
HERTANU, ABRAMOVICI, LAUER: >from Dorohoi District, Romania
GRISARU, VATARU: >from Iasi, Romania

See my interactive family tree (requires Java 1.1.6 or better):
http://www.hashkedim.com

Please remove the CAPITAL LETTERS >from my address in order to send me
email.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Canadian Immigration Question #general

Stan Goodman <safeqSPAM_FOILER@...>
 

p.wyant@sasktel.net (Peter S. Wyant) opined:

Shawn,
have you looked up the immigration of these folks in the Canadian Incoming
Steamship Passenger Manifests available >from the National Archives of
Canada? The manifests will usually show other useful information including
former place of residence, etc. You've got the port and date of arrival so
finding him should be very straightforward. I can give you more details if
you need them. <<<


The above is tantalizing for me. The person for whom I am searching
arrived at Ellis Island in 1900; according to the passenger manifest,
his destination was a specific address in Montreal, and I assume that
he journeyed there by rail. Would there be a record somewhere of the
entry of this immigrant?

--
Stan Goodman, Qiryat Tiv'on, Israel

Searching:
NEACHOWICZ/NOACHOWICZ, NEJMAN/NAJMAN, ROKITA: >from Lomza Gubernia
ISMACH: >from Lomza Gubernia, Galicia, and Ukraina
HERTANU, ABRAMOVICI, LAUER: >from Dorohoi District, Romania
GRISARU, VATARU: >from Iasi, Romania

See my interactive family tree (requires Java 1.1.6 or better):
http://www.hashkedim.com

Please remove the CAPITAL LETTERS >from my address in order to send me
email.


Re: Canadian Immigration Question #general

Peter S. Wyant <p.wyant@...>
 

Stan,

I'm not that familiar with the so-called "St. Alban's" lists ... would
someone know if they show persons travelling >from the U.S. to Canada as
well as the other direction (which is, I understand, the usual direction
of travel for the informatiion on these lists??

Peter Wyant
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Stan Goodman wrote:

p.wyant@sasktel.net (Peter S. Wyant) opined:
>
>
>>>Shawn,
>>>
>have you looked up the immigration of these folks in the Canadian
>Incoming Steamship Passenger Manifests available >from the National
>Archives of Canada? The manifests will usually show other useful
>information including former place of residence, etc. You've got the
>port and date of arrival so finding him should be very straightforward.
>I can give you more details if you need them. <<<
>
>
>>The above is tantalizing for me. The person for whom I am searching
> arrived at Ellis Island in 1900; according to the passenger manifest,
> his destination was a specific address in Montreal, and I assume that
> he journeyed there by rail. Would there be a record somewhere of the
> entry of this immigrant?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Canadian Immigration Question #general

Peter S. Wyant <p.wyant@...>
 

Stan,

I'm not that familiar with the so-called "St. Alban's" lists ... would
someone know if they show persons travelling >from the U.S. to Canada as
well as the other direction (which is, I understand, the usual direction
of travel for the informatiion on these lists??

Peter Wyant
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Stan Goodman wrote:

p.wyant@sasktel.net (Peter S. Wyant) opined:
>
>
>>>Shawn,
>>>
>have you looked up the immigration of these folks in the Canadian
>Incoming Steamship Passenger Manifests available >from the National
>Archives of Canada? The manifests will usually show other useful
>information including former place of residence, etc. You've got the
>port and date of arrival so finding him should be very straightforward.
>I can give you more details if you need them. <<<
>
>
>>The above is tantalizing for me. The person for whom I am searching
> arrived at Ellis Island in 1900; according to the passenger manifest,
> his destination was a specific address in Montreal, and I assume that
> he journeyed there by rail. Would there be a record somewhere of the
> entry of this immigrant?


Re: Hebrew Name Alysa or Elysa #general

L. <sscarlett30@...>
 

I am sorry it has taken so long for me to respond, but I have been
waiting for emails >from the site administrators >from which I got the
name. The sites are:
http://www.babynamenetwork.com/detail.cfm?name=Else&gender=female and
http://www.babynameworld.com/biblical-girl.asp

Sincerely,

Lara Clark
Houston, Texas


chaikin@netvision.net.il wrote:

Lara Clark of Houston, Texas wrote:

Else - Hebrew - concentrated to God
=I wrote to Lara, asking for references, but got no reply.

I tried my dictionaries and found no such Hebrew name. The nearest name
is that of the prophet Elisha, Allef - Lammed - Yod - Shin - Ayin (El =
god, Yesha = salvation). The problem with Lara's suggestion:
El = god. But Se, could be: Zayin Heh = this / that; Zayin Ayin - moved;
Sin Heh = lamb; Samech Ayin = drive; Sin Allef = carry, and also to
marry; to forgive. No concentrated...

Best regards,
Udi Cain, Jerusalem.
mailto:chaikin@netvision.net.il


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Hebrew Name Alysa or Elysa #general

L. <sscarlett30@...>
 

I am sorry it has taken so long for me to respond, but I have been
waiting for emails >from the site administrators >from which I got the
name. The sites are:
http://www.babynamenetwork.com/detail.cfm?name=Else&gender=female and
http://www.babynameworld.com/biblical-girl.asp

Sincerely,

Lara Clark
Houston, Texas


chaikin@netvision.net.il wrote:

Lara Clark of Houston, Texas wrote:

Else - Hebrew - concentrated to God
=I wrote to Lara, asking for references, but got no reply.

I tried my dictionaries and found no such Hebrew name. The nearest name
is that of the prophet Elisha, Allef - Lammed - Yod - Shin - Ayin (El =
god, Yesha = salvation). The problem with Lara's suggestion:
El = god. But Se, could be: Zayin Heh = this / that; Zayin Ayin - moved;
Sin Heh = lamb; Samech Ayin = drive; Sin Allef = carry, and also to
marry; to forgive. No concentrated...

Best regards,
Udi Cain, Jerusalem.
mailto:chaikin@netvision.net.il