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BOFs #ukraine

Michelle Frager <lulu_brooks@...>
 

I would be intersted in participating in a BOF/BOFs relating to
Podolia:
=Mogilev-Podolskiy
=Snitkov
=Zhamekhov
=Zhmerinka

Michelle Frager
Ukraine/Rom.: TREIGER (FRAGER), SEROTA, ZEKTSER


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine BOFs #ukraine

Michelle Frager <lulu_brooks@...>
 

I would be intersted in participating in a BOF/BOFs relating to
Podolia:
=Mogilev-Podolskiy
=Snitkov
=Zhamekhov
=Zhmerinka

Michelle Frager
Ukraine/Rom.: TREIGER (FRAGER), SEROTA, ZEKTSER


Minutes #1 #usa

RecordsAccess@...
 

Dear fellow Yankee Doodle Genealogists,

My name is Marvin Calo Weinberg and I am the coordinator of the Early
American SIG.

Here is a quick report of the Birds of a Feather (BOF) Meeting at the
International Conference in DC.

After the members introduced themselves, we talked about how to find
passenger list information.

Some of the suggestions were:

Look into pre 1892 passenger lists for NY. (Helene Kenven)
Develop a bibliography for Dutch to America and perhaps an index.
Suggested getting John P. Coletta to speak or purchase his tape on Early
American ships coming to the US. (He gave a lecture on that topic at the
conference.)
Comparing 1880 Census with City Directories and DAR Library's passenger
lists.
Hamburg passenger lists when they become available for the mid 1900's.

We are fortunate to have John Paul Lowens volunteer as Moderator. He is
probably the most qualified person in the Jewish Gen world, and has
experience with the German Sig. He encouraged all in attendance to
subscribe to the Early American Sig Forum. For help with subscriptions
or other technical questions about the Early American SIG membership and
mailings contact John at: GerSig@...

Kathy Wallach (Kwallach@...) offered to collect sources for pre
1880 ship arrivals. If you have any suggestions or know any sources,
please email Kathy.

Perhaps the most exciting suggestion was a bibliography of documentation
of Jewish communities in America prior to 1880. This could come from
books, cemetery and congregation records, Jewish newspapers, etc.

A discussion of where to look for more information followed. I am doing
some preliminary research on what exists to see how we can consider this
as a project. More on that later.

Finally I want to thank the lady who volunteered to take the minutes of
the Birds of a Feather Meeting. Without her help I wouldn't have been
able to give you this report. If she would send me her name, I would like
to put it in my next posting.

Postscript: There were 2 volunteers that came to me after the meeting to
offer help on an Early American list of Jewish names >from books or
organizations that they knew of.

I hope that these volunteers will encourage other to do the same. We can
only contribute to the future of Early American Jewish Genealogy by each
of us doing his or her part.

Marvin Calo Weinberg White Plains, NY
Early American Sig Coordinator.

"If God were planning a family reunion, we'd be making out the guest list"


Early American SIG #USA Minutes #1 #usa

RecordsAccess@...
 

Dear fellow Yankee Doodle Genealogists,

My name is Marvin Calo Weinberg and I am the coordinator of the Early
American SIG.

Here is a quick report of the Birds of a Feather (BOF) Meeting at the
International Conference in DC.

After the members introduced themselves, we talked about how to find
passenger list information.

Some of the suggestions were:

Look into pre 1892 passenger lists for NY. (Helene Kenven)
Develop a bibliography for Dutch to America and perhaps an index.
Suggested getting John P. Coletta to speak or purchase his tape on Early
American ships coming to the US. (He gave a lecture on that topic at the
conference.)
Comparing 1880 Census with City Directories and DAR Library's passenger
lists.
Hamburg passenger lists when they become available for the mid 1900's.

We are fortunate to have John Paul Lowens volunteer as Moderator. He is
probably the most qualified person in the Jewish Gen world, and has
experience with the German Sig. He encouraged all in attendance to
subscribe to the Early American Sig Forum. For help with subscriptions
or other technical questions about the Early American SIG membership and
mailings contact John at: GerSig@...

Kathy Wallach (Kwallach@...) offered to collect sources for pre
1880 ship arrivals. If you have any suggestions or know any sources,
please email Kathy.

Perhaps the most exciting suggestion was a bibliography of documentation
of Jewish communities in America prior to 1880. This could come from
books, cemetery and congregation records, Jewish newspapers, etc.

A discussion of where to look for more information followed. I am doing
some preliminary research on what exists to see how we can consider this
as a project. More on that later.

Finally I want to thank the lady who volunteered to take the minutes of
the Birds of a Feather Meeting. Without her help I wouldn't have been
able to give you this report. If she would send me her name, I would like
to put it in my next posting.

Postscript: There were 2 volunteers that came to me after the meeting to
offer help on an Early American list of Jewish names >from books or
organizations that they knew of.

I hope that these volunteers will encourage other to do the same. We can
only contribute to the future of Early American Jewish Genealogy by each
of us doing his or her part.

Marvin Calo Weinberg White Plains, NY
Early American Sig Coordinator.

"If God were planning a family reunion, we'd be making out the guest list"


Re: United Hebrew Cemetery-Staten Island, NY #general

Glenda Rubin <glendarubin@...>
 

At 07/31/2003 12:23 AM, esnyder wrote:

I would like to visit my grandmother's grave in this cemetery. Does
anyone know if there is a map of the cemetary? I can probably find out
from a relative the gravesite number but have been told that the graves
aren't arranged in order. Any help appreciated.

Thanks
Esther Snyder
Israel

My family is also buried at United Hebrew.

It would seem they have a computerized database as I've called the
cemetery and the staff was able to give me specific grave locations of
several relatives. Because there are duplicate names, knowing the
approximate date of birth or death would be helpful. One caveat: I knew
the name of the landsmanschaften in whose section the relatives were
buried. I don't know if this was relevant.

Glenda Rubin
San Francisco Bay Area


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: United Hebrew Cemetery-Staten Island, NY #general

Glenda Rubin <glendarubin@...>
 

At 07/31/2003 12:23 AM, esnyder wrote:

I would like to visit my grandmother's grave in this cemetery. Does
anyone know if there is a map of the cemetary? I can probably find out
from a relative the gravesite number but have been told that the graves
aren't arranged in order. Any help appreciated.

Thanks
Esther Snyder
Israel

My family is also buried at United Hebrew.

It would seem they have a computerized database as I've called the
cemetery and the staff was able to give me specific grave locations of
several relatives. Because there are duplicate names, knowing the
approximate date of birth or death would be helpful. One caveat: I knew
the name of the landsmanschaften in whose section the relatives were
buried. I don't know if this was relevant.

Glenda Rubin
San Francisco Bay Area


Re: Was Ira Jewish? #general

Stan Goodman <safeqSPAM_FOILER@...>
 

On Wed, 6 Aug 2003 04:43:04 UTC, eliseteitelbaum@... (Elise
Teitelbaum) opined:


b's'd
Shalom everyone,
I for one am enjoying this thread, especially because my brother, of
blessed memory, was named "Joseph Ira".

Does anyone remember a Yosef Yira Hecht on the radio? My personal
theory is that the name "Ira" is really pronounced "Yira", which would be
the Hebrew word for "fear", as in "fear of heaven".


That's what I thought too, until this discussion. But I find the name
in the names list of the Even-Shoshan dictionary, spelled *only* with
initial 'ayin, which removes that possibility.

--
Stan Goodman, Qiryat Tiv'on, Israel

Searching:
NEACHOWICZ/NOACHOWICZ, NEJMAN/NAJMAN, SURALSKI: >from Lomza Gubernia
ISMACH: >from Lomza Gubernia, Galicia, and Ukraina
HERTANU, ABRAMOVICI, LAUER: >from Dorohoi District, Romania
GRISARU, VATARU: >from Iasi, Dorohoi, and Mileanca, 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, and include "JewishGen" in the subject line, else your message
will be deleted automatically, unread.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Was Ira Jewish? #general

Stan Goodman <safeqSPAM_FOILER@...>
 

On Wed, 6 Aug 2003 04:43:04 UTC, eliseteitelbaum@... (Elise
Teitelbaum) opined:


b's'd
Shalom everyone,
I for one am enjoying this thread, especially because my brother, of
blessed memory, was named "Joseph Ira".

Does anyone remember a Yosef Yira Hecht on the radio? My personal
theory is that the name "Ira" is really pronounced "Yira", which would be
the Hebrew word for "fear", as in "fear of heaven".


That's what I thought too, until this discussion. But I find the name
in the names list of the Even-Shoshan dictionary, spelled *only* with
initial 'ayin, which removes that possibility.

--
Stan Goodman, Qiryat Tiv'on, Israel

Searching:
NEACHOWICZ/NOACHOWICZ, NEJMAN/NAJMAN, SURALSKI: >from Lomza Gubernia
ISMACH: >from Lomza Gubernia, Galicia, and Ukraina
HERTANU, ABRAMOVICI, LAUER: >from Dorohoi District, Romania
GRISARU, VATARU: >from Iasi, Dorohoi, and Mileanca, 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, and include "JewishGen" in the subject line, else your message
will be deleted automatically, unread.


Re: Bayside Cemetery #general

PITCHON@...
 

There is a two page article in the August 1, 2003 edition of the Jewish
Week that talks about the ongoing cleanup that took place and is taking
place at the cemetery by the Mormons and others. The article is called
Frustration at Bayside Cemetery.

Dave Pitchon
NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Bayside Cemetery #general

PITCHON@...
 

There is a two page article in the August 1, 2003 edition of the Jewish
Week that talks about the ongoing cleanup that took place and is taking
place at the cemetery by the Mormons and others. The article is called
Frustration at Bayside Cemetery.

Dave Pitchon
NY


Burial in NY, 1930's #general

haber guy and efi <haberge@...>
 

Hi Genners,
If someone who used to live in The Bronx died in the 1930's, was there a
certain cemetery in which he would have most likely been buried?

Please respond privately

Guy Haber
Israel

Searching:
HABER (Hirlau, Botosani,Romania, NY, Akron Ohio, and all over USA)
ABER (Hirlau Romania, London{?} England, Montreal Canada)
TANENHAUS - all spellings (Hirlau Romania, Paris France, USA???)
ORNSTEIN - all spellings (Hirlau and Frumusica Romania, England, Montreal
Canada, USA???)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Burial in NY, 1930's #general

haber guy and efi <haberge@...>
 

Hi Genners,
If someone who used to live in The Bronx died in the 1930's, was there a
certain cemetery in which he would have most likely been buried?

Please respond privately

Guy Haber
Israel

Searching:
HABER (Hirlau, Botosani,Romania, NY, Akron Ohio, and all over USA)
ABER (Hirlau Romania, London{?} England, Montreal Canada)
TANENHAUS - all spellings (Hirlau Romania, Paris France, USA???)
ORNSTEIN - all spellings (Hirlau and Frumusica Romania, England, Montreal
Canada, USA???)


Shopher Surname #france

C Jones <shopher2003@...>
 

I'm not sure I'm in the right spot but I'm writing to
both lists. Here's my dilema:

My mother's maiden name is Shopher. I have been able
to trace this to a Frederick Shopher in Hardeman
County Tennessee in 1850. He also appears on the 1830.
Sometimes as Shofer or Shoffer.

According to the 1850 census, he was born 1795 ....
France.

Now depending on who I talk to the name Shopher
derives >from the Hebrew word shofar. Then I'm told no
it probably >from Schopfer, the german word I think was
told means "the creator".

Is there anyone that can tell me, if this name is
Hebrew or German. It doesn't appear to be French. Or
should I just consider the name Frebrewman....lol
(French, Hebrew and German). (I hope I didn't type a
bad word when I combined them....that would be
embarassing.)

Seriously though, I would appreciate any help from
anyone that can help me find where this name
originated from. Since I don't know his father's
name, I don't know if he came to America with his
family or if he arrived with his father/mother. I find
alot of variant spellings on passenger lists but they
all arrived in Pennsylvania which stumps me since I'm
still stuck in Tennessee with Frederick.

Thank you for your time,
Carol Jones
city/state/country

MODERATOR: Please include your full name as well as your location.


Re: Concentration Camps and King of Sweden #general

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
 

Regarding a recent query on Sweden and the Holocaust (see below):

Many of the Jews rescued and taken to Sweden are listed in this source:

"List of Survivors: Stockholm, 1946" (Stockholm: Mosaiska forsamlingens i
Stockholm, 1946).

In all, the source above has 807 persons, with these listed nationalities:

7 Austrian
52 Czecho-Slovakien
6 Czechoslovakian
6 Dutch
22 German
6 Greek
85 Hungarian
1 Lett [?]
1 Lithuanian
2 Nationality
1 Palestine
400 Polish
32 Roumanian
17 Stateless
171 Uncertain nationality

It is my understanding that there was only one concentration camp
liberated by the king of Sweden. Does anyone know which one that was?

Is it possible that the reference is to Count Bernadotte and
the Swedish Red Cross being invoved in the release of some women from
Ravensbruck?
You are probably right that Bernadotte and the King has been confused...
the Royal family also being of the Berndatotte-family! So that solved
the mystery! <G> The king did not liberate any concentration
camps.
Dan Kazez
...
Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
Springfield, Ohio USA
Poland
(Czestochowa-Przyrow-Mstow-Koniecpol-Janow-Plawno-Radomsko-Przyborow-
Zgierz-Lodz-Przedborz)
Ukraine (Zaslav-Mikolayev-Krasilov-Medvedovka-Proskurov-Mogilev)
Istanbul, Aleppo, Rhodes
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/fam-ent/


French SIG #France Shopher Surname #france

C Jones <shopher2003@...>
 

I'm not sure I'm in the right spot but I'm writing to
both lists. Here's my dilema:

My mother's maiden name is Shopher. I have been able
to trace this to a Frederick Shopher in Hardeman
County Tennessee in 1850. He also appears on the 1830.
Sometimes as Shofer or Shoffer.

According to the 1850 census, he was born 1795 ....
France.

Now depending on who I talk to the name Shopher
derives >from the Hebrew word shofar. Then I'm told no
it probably >from Schopfer, the german word I think was
told means "the creator".

Is there anyone that can tell me, if this name is
Hebrew or German. It doesn't appear to be French. Or
should I just consider the name Frebrewman....lol
(French, Hebrew and German). (I hope I didn't type a
bad word when I combined them....that would be
embarassing.)

Seriously though, I would appreciate any help from
anyone that can help me find where this name
originated from. Since I don't know his father's
name, I don't know if he came to America with his
family or if he arrived with his father/mother. I find
alot of variant spellings on passenger lists but they
all arrived in Pennsylvania which stumps me since I'm
still stuck in Tennessee with Frederick.

Thank you for your time,
Carol Jones
city/state/country

MODERATOR: Please include your full name as well as your location.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Concentration Camps and King of Sweden #general

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
 

Regarding a recent query on Sweden and the Holocaust (see below):

Many of the Jews rescued and taken to Sweden are listed in this source:

"List of Survivors: Stockholm, 1946" (Stockholm: Mosaiska forsamlingens i
Stockholm, 1946).

In all, the source above has 807 persons, with these listed nationalities:

7 Austrian
52 Czecho-Slovakien
6 Czechoslovakian
6 Dutch
22 German
6 Greek
85 Hungarian
1 Lett [?]
1 Lithuanian
2 Nationality
1 Palestine
400 Polish
32 Roumanian
17 Stateless
171 Uncertain nationality

It is my understanding that there was only one concentration camp
liberated by the king of Sweden. Does anyone know which one that was?

Is it possible that the reference is to Count Bernadotte and
the Swedish Red Cross being invoved in the release of some women from
Ravensbruck?
You are probably right that Bernadotte and the King has been confused...
the Royal family also being of the Berndatotte-family! So that solved
the mystery! <G> The king did not liberate any concentration
camps.
Dan Kazez
...
Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
Springfield, Ohio USA
Poland
(Czestochowa-Przyrow-Mstow-Koniecpol-Janow-Plawno-Radomsko-Przyborow-
Zgierz-Lodz-Przedborz)
Ukraine (Zaslav-Mikolayev-Krasilov-Medvedovka-Proskurov-Mogilev)
Istanbul, Aleppo, Rhodes
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/fam-ent/


SCHNEEBERGER Family of Pfaffenhoffen, Alsace #france

Ralph Baer <RalphNBaer@...>
 

I am a descendant of Raphael (Fole, Volen) Lehmann who adopted the name
SCHNEEBERG (later SCHNEEBERGER) in 1808 and his wife Fromet (Sara) Meyer
LEVY. Raphael was born in 1734 in Pfaffenhoffen in Alsace and died there on
21 March 1811. Fromet was born in 1740 in Neuwiller les Saverne and died in
Pfaffenhoffen on 2 June 1829. Almost all of the places named in this
message are in Alsace.

Raphael's parents were Lehmann (Leime, Jochanon) Baruch and apparently
Breinel. There is some uncertainty as to which of Lehmann's apparently
three wives was Raphael's mother. The other two were named Kehle and Zerle
Jacob. Lehmann's father was named Baruch (Borich, Barouch). Baruch died
between 1733 and 1750. He was born prior to 1665.

Fromet's father was Meyer Elie LEVY who was married to Keyle Isaac. Keyle
was probably not Fromet's mother. They lived in Neuwiller les Saverne.

I am very interested in obtaining any information on earlier ancestors of
these people.

The following are Raphael and Fromet's children:

1) Breinel (Breindel) Raphael (Sara SCHNEEBERGER) about 1758 Pfaffenhoffen -
21 October 1845 Niederbronn, married 10 July 1777 Pfaffenhoffen to Meyer
LEVI about 1754 Niederbronn - 13 April 1796 Niederbronn, trader

2) Zipher Raphael (Sara SCHNEEBERGER) about 1761 Pfaffenhoffen - 5 February
1823 Soultz-sous-Foret, married to Koschel Alexandre (Moise HEYMANN) about
1758 Soultz-sous-Foret - 28 March 1837 Soultz-sous-Foret.

3) Elias Raphael about 1762 Pfaffenhoffen, married 4 May 1791 Pfaffenhoffen
to Scheinel (Regine) LEWI Marmoutier, moved to Strasbourg in 1816 or 1817

4) Beyle Raphael Pfaffenhoffen, married 18 August 1787 Pfaffenhoffen to
Joseph Abraham Wingersheim

5) Dinel (Esther, Aester) Raphael about 1766 Pfaffenhoffen - 31 May 1831
Pfaffenhoffen, married 16 November 1795 Pfaffenhoffen to Schmulen (Samuel)
Isaac KLEIN 1751 Pfaffenhoffen - 19 April 1846 Ribeauville, cattle trader;
Samuel's first wife was Anna (Hanna, Henriette) LEVY

6) Loewel (Loeb) Raphael (Leopold SCHNEEBERG) 28 February 1769
Pfaffenhoffen - 22 October 1842 Pfaffenhoffen, tradesman, married 1. to
Fromet LEWI (probably not a wife but incorrectly entered as this was the
name of his mother), married 2. to Jefen (Jette) Salomon (Ester BLUM) 4 May
1773 Weinberg - 6 August 1817 Pfaffenhoffen, married 3. 11 December 1817
Pfaffenhoffen to Rosalie (Rosine, Rahel) ROOS 22 June 1785 Hochfelden

7) Baruch Raphael Pfaffenhoffen

8) Lehmann Raphael about 1767 Pfaffenhoffen

9) Kain Raphael Pfaffenhoffen

10) Schoenle (Schoenel, Jeannette, Johanna) Raphael about 1774
Pfaffenhoffen - 13 September 1848 Malsch bei Ettlingen Baden, married to
Seligmann Joseph KLEIN 4 May 1751 Sulzbach in der Oberpfalz - 17 June 1822
Joehlingen Baden, cantor and school teacher. These were my third
great-grandparents.

I am interested in adding to my knowledge of the descendants of these
people. I have, of course, not included all of the descnedants that I do
know about.

Lehmann Baruch's known children were: (there probably were others)

1) Jacob Jochanon (mother ?) Pfaffenhoffen, married 4 September 1748
Schwindratzheim to Rickel Isaac WEYL Valff

2) Raphael (Fole, Volen, Fohle) Lehmann SCHNEEBERG (see above)

3) Beyle Jochanon (mother Keyle) Pfaffenhoffen, married 7 July 1761
Surbourg to Samuel (Sanvill) Raphael KAHN Ruelzheim

4) Meyer Lehmann (mother ?) Pfaffenhoffen - before 1771, married 19 January
1763 Pfaffenhoffen to Brendele Nathan Scherwiller. Brendele remarried to
Borach LEVY of Froeningue in 1771. Brendele was still in Froeningue in 1784

Known children of Meyer Elie LEVY and his unknown wife:

1) Fromet (Sara) Meyer LEVY (see above)

2) Guttel Meyer LEVY (Sophie MEYER) 1744 Neuwiller, living in 1808 in
Neuwiller, married 6 March 1764 Neuwiller to Naftaly (Hirschel) Joseph 1727
Minversheim - between 1784 and 1808 Neuwiller, retail merchant

3) Arje (Juda, Leib) Meyer LEVY Neuwiller, married 1 February 1770 Neuwiller
to Gelle Eliezer LEVY Niederbronn

4) Beile Meyer LEVY 1744 Neuwiller, married 1. 7 November 1764 Oberbronn to
Nesanel (Samuel) KAHN Oberbronn - before 1773, married 2. 24 February 1773
Ingwiller to Marx (Mordekhay) Siessel BRAUNSCHWEIG 1740 Hegenheim, retail
merchant

5) Dina Meyer LEVY (Cecile MEYER) Neuwiller, living in 1784 and 1808 in
Haguenau, married 8 March 1753 Pfaffenhoffen to Aron Meir MOCH Haguenau -
between 1784 and 1804, teacher

I am interested in data on the descendants of all of these people. I am not
listing here the names of Baruch's known children, but their families, of
course, also interest me.

Ralph N. BAER Washington, DC RalphNBaer@...


French SIG #France SCHNEEBERGER Family of Pfaffenhoffen, Alsace #france

Ralph Baer <RalphNBaer@...>
 

I am a descendant of Raphael (Fole, Volen) Lehmann who adopted the name
SCHNEEBERG (later SCHNEEBERGER) in 1808 and his wife Fromet (Sara) Meyer
LEVY. Raphael was born in 1734 in Pfaffenhoffen in Alsace and died there on
21 March 1811. Fromet was born in 1740 in Neuwiller les Saverne and died in
Pfaffenhoffen on 2 June 1829. Almost all of the places named in this
message are in Alsace.

Raphael's parents were Lehmann (Leime, Jochanon) Baruch and apparently
Breinel. There is some uncertainty as to which of Lehmann's apparently
three wives was Raphael's mother. The other two were named Kehle and Zerle
Jacob. Lehmann's father was named Baruch (Borich, Barouch). Baruch died
between 1733 and 1750. He was born prior to 1665.

Fromet's father was Meyer Elie LEVY who was married to Keyle Isaac. Keyle
was probably not Fromet's mother. They lived in Neuwiller les Saverne.

I am very interested in obtaining any information on earlier ancestors of
these people.

The following are Raphael and Fromet's children:

1) Breinel (Breindel) Raphael (Sara SCHNEEBERGER) about 1758 Pfaffenhoffen -
21 October 1845 Niederbronn, married 10 July 1777 Pfaffenhoffen to Meyer
LEVI about 1754 Niederbronn - 13 April 1796 Niederbronn, trader

2) Zipher Raphael (Sara SCHNEEBERGER) about 1761 Pfaffenhoffen - 5 February
1823 Soultz-sous-Foret, married to Koschel Alexandre (Moise HEYMANN) about
1758 Soultz-sous-Foret - 28 March 1837 Soultz-sous-Foret.

3) Elias Raphael about 1762 Pfaffenhoffen, married 4 May 1791 Pfaffenhoffen
to Scheinel (Regine) LEWI Marmoutier, moved to Strasbourg in 1816 or 1817

4) Beyle Raphael Pfaffenhoffen, married 18 August 1787 Pfaffenhoffen to
Joseph Abraham Wingersheim

5) Dinel (Esther, Aester) Raphael about 1766 Pfaffenhoffen - 31 May 1831
Pfaffenhoffen, married 16 November 1795 Pfaffenhoffen to Schmulen (Samuel)
Isaac KLEIN 1751 Pfaffenhoffen - 19 April 1846 Ribeauville, cattle trader;
Samuel's first wife was Anna (Hanna, Henriette) LEVY

6) Loewel (Loeb) Raphael (Leopold SCHNEEBERG) 28 February 1769
Pfaffenhoffen - 22 October 1842 Pfaffenhoffen, tradesman, married 1. to
Fromet LEWI (probably not a wife but incorrectly entered as this was the
name of his mother), married 2. to Jefen (Jette) Salomon (Ester BLUM) 4 May
1773 Weinberg - 6 August 1817 Pfaffenhoffen, married 3. 11 December 1817
Pfaffenhoffen to Rosalie (Rosine, Rahel) ROOS 22 June 1785 Hochfelden

7) Baruch Raphael Pfaffenhoffen

8) Lehmann Raphael about 1767 Pfaffenhoffen

9) Kain Raphael Pfaffenhoffen

10) Schoenle (Schoenel, Jeannette, Johanna) Raphael about 1774
Pfaffenhoffen - 13 September 1848 Malsch bei Ettlingen Baden, married to
Seligmann Joseph KLEIN 4 May 1751 Sulzbach in der Oberpfalz - 17 June 1822
Joehlingen Baden, cantor and school teacher. These were my third
great-grandparents.

I am interested in adding to my knowledge of the descendants of these
people. I have, of course, not included all of the descnedants that I do
know about.

Lehmann Baruch's known children were: (there probably were others)

1) Jacob Jochanon (mother ?) Pfaffenhoffen, married 4 September 1748
Schwindratzheim to Rickel Isaac WEYL Valff

2) Raphael (Fole, Volen, Fohle) Lehmann SCHNEEBERG (see above)

3) Beyle Jochanon (mother Keyle) Pfaffenhoffen, married 7 July 1761
Surbourg to Samuel (Sanvill) Raphael KAHN Ruelzheim

4) Meyer Lehmann (mother ?) Pfaffenhoffen - before 1771, married 19 January
1763 Pfaffenhoffen to Brendele Nathan Scherwiller. Brendele remarried to
Borach LEVY of Froeningue in 1771. Brendele was still in Froeningue in 1784

Known children of Meyer Elie LEVY and his unknown wife:

1) Fromet (Sara) Meyer LEVY (see above)

2) Guttel Meyer LEVY (Sophie MEYER) 1744 Neuwiller, living in 1808 in
Neuwiller, married 6 March 1764 Neuwiller to Naftaly (Hirschel) Joseph 1727
Minversheim - between 1784 and 1808 Neuwiller, retail merchant

3) Arje (Juda, Leib) Meyer LEVY Neuwiller, married 1 February 1770 Neuwiller
to Gelle Eliezer LEVY Niederbronn

4) Beile Meyer LEVY 1744 Neuwiller, married 1. 7 November 1764 Oberbronn to
Nesanel (Samuel) KAHN Oberbronn - before 1773, married 2. 24 February 1773
Ingwiller to Marx (Mordekhay) Siessel BRAUNSCHWEIG 1740 Hegenheim, retail
merchant

5) Dina Meyer LEVY (Cecile MEYER) Neuwiller, living in 1784 and 1808 in
Haguenau, married 8 March 1753 Pfaffenhoffen to Aron Meir MOCH Haguenau -
between 1784 and 1804, teacher

I am interested in data on the descendants of all of these people. I am not
listing here the names of Baruch's known children, but their families, of
course, also interest me.

Ralph N. BAER Washington, DC RalphNBaer@...


PANKIEWICZ / PANKEVITCH roots #poland #warsaw

Omri Arnon <Omri@...>
 

My grandfather was Jacob PANKIEWICZ. He was born in Warszawa ( or maybe
moved there with his family >from a different town as a child).
Jacob's father Alter Meir PANKIEWICZ, was married to Chana ACKERMANN.
Jacob's Grandfather ( my GGF) was called Shmuel ( Szmul ? ) PANKIEWICZ.
My GF came to Israel/Palestine in 1905 or so, was one of the first settlers
in the Merhavia coperative, and afterwards brought both his parents from
Poland to Israel.

Does that ring a bell to anyone? I would appreciate any information about
the PANKIEWICZ family.

Thanks,

Omri Arnon
Israel


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland PANKIEWICZ / PANKEVITCH roots #warsaw #poland

Omri Arnon <Omri@...>
 

My grandfather was Jacob PANKIEWICZ. He was born in Warszawa ( or maybe
moved there with his family >from a different town as a child).
Jacob's father Alter Meir PANKIEWICZ, was married to Chana ACKERMANN.
Jacob's Grandfather ( my GGF) was called Shmuel ( Szmul ? ) PANKIEWICZ.
My GF came to Israel/Palestine in 1905 or so, was one of the first settlers
in the Merhavia coperative, and afterwards brought both his parents from
Poland to Israel.

Does that ring a bell to anyone? I would appreciate any information about
the PANKIEWICZ family.

Thanks,

Omri Arnon
Israel