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Who are the people on ViewMate 2716? #latvia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

I ask for help to identify the people on the photo presented on ViewMate
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html
as photo no. 2716:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=2716

The photo was on Viewmate earlier when I asked for help to translate the
tombstone inscription.

It is a tombstone over Chaia Doba Paikin, daughter of Schneur Zalman, who
died 1920 in Kaunata (Kownat), Latvia, but was buried in Rezekne, Latvia.

We have been told that her brother or uncle, Feta Motel, who lived and
owned a hat factory in Rezekne is in the picture, but we have no idea which
of the men it is.

Chaia Doba's maiden name is said to be DADINSKI (spelling unknown!)

As we don't know who any of the persons in the picture is I would be
thankful to hear if anyone recognizes any of them.

Please reply privately:
mailto:elsebeth@... or
mailto:ElsebethPaikin@...

Thanking you in advance for all and any help

Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinator & webmaster of JewishGen's
SCANDINAVIA SIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/scandinavia
http://home.worldonline.dk/~epaikin/
mailto:elsebeth@...
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Latvia SIG #Latvia Who are the people on ViewMate 2716? #latvia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

I ask for help to identify the people on the photo presented on ViewMate
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html
as photo no. 2716:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=2716

The photo was on Viewmate earlier when I asked for help to translate the
tombstone inscription.

It is a tombstone over Chaia Doba Paikin, daughter of Schneur Zalman, who
died 1920 in Kaunata (Kownat), Latvia, but was buried in Rezekne, Latvia.

We have been told that her brother or uncle, Feta Motel, who lived and
owned a hat factory in Rezekne is in the picture, but we have no idea which
of the men it is.

Chaia Doba's maiden name is said to be DADINSKI (spelling unknown!)

As we don't know who any of the persons in the picture is I would be
thankful to hear if anyone recognizes any of them.

Please reply privately:
mailto:elsebeth@... or
mailto:ElsebethPaikin@...

Thanking you in advance for all and any help

Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinator & webmaster of JewishGen's
SCANDINAVIA SIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/scandinavia
http://home.worldonline.dk/~epaikin/
mailto:elsebeth@...
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Lomza picturres #general

Nate Apkon <nmapkon@...>
 

I'm looking for photos and postcards depicting prewar Lomza, Poland to
add to my family tree, etc. Does someone know of sources >from which I
can get them?


Nate Apkon

Researching ABKIEWICZ, ABKOWITZ, CYBULSKI, SYBULSKI, CHECINSKI anywhere.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lomza picturres #general

Nate Apkon <nmapkon@...>
 

I'm looking for photos and postcards depicting prewar Lomza, Poland to
add to my family tree, etc. Does someone know of sources >from which I
can get them?


Nate Apkon

Researching ABKIEWICZ, ABKOWITZ, CYBULSKI, SYBULSKI, CHECINSKI anywhere.


Harvard Law School new site: Nuremberg Trials Project #general

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Dear All:

This is an amazing project for those researching the Holocaust. The
Harvard Law School library introduced the "Nuremberg Trials Project:
A Digital Document Collection," a Web site
(http://www.nuremberg.law.harvard.edu) where it plans to post 82,000
documents, totaling 650,000 pages, >from the Nuremberg war crimes
trials of 1946 to 1949.

I tried to examine some documents but the pages didn't load. It could
be because I use a Macintosh. In any case, this project is mind
boggling.

Enjoy
Tom


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Harvard Law School new site: Nuremberg Trials Project #general

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Dear All:

This is an amazing project for those researching the Holocaust. The
Harvard Law School library introduced the "Nuremberg Trials Project:
A Digital Document Collection," a Web site
(http://www.nuremberg.law.harvard.edu) where it plans to post 82,000
documents, totaling 650,000 pages, >from the Nuremberg war crimes
trials of 1946 to 1949.

I tried to examine some documents but the pages didn't load. It could
be because I use a Macintosh. In any case, this project is mind
boggling.

Enjoy
Tom


Nuremberg Trials Project: A Digital Document Collection. #general

Willie Glaser
 

A must read for everybody.
A new web site by the Harvard Law School Library, called Nuremberg Trial
Project.
The library is digitizing and posting 82,000 documents, totalling 650,000
pages, in its collection of 120,000 documents (more than one million
pages).
Only those used in the trial will be posted.

Digital document collection: www.nuremberg.law.harvard.edu

The Holocaust History Project: www.holocaust-history.org

Willie Glaser
St. Laurent Quebec, Canada


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Nuremberg Trials Project: A Digital Document Collection. #general

Willie Glaser
 

A must read for everybody.
A new web site by the Harvard Law School Library, called Nuremberg Trial
Project.
The library is digitizing and posting 82,000 documents, totalling 650,000
pages, in its collection of 120,000 documents (more than one million
pages).
Only those used in the trial will be posted.

Digital document collection: www.nuremberg.law.harvard.edu

The Holocaust History Project: www.holocaust-history.org

Willie Glaser
St. Laurent Quebec, Canada


Re: BIALY #poland

Avigdor&Laia <lbendov@...>
 

I agree with Judy Baston on using a non-acronymic title for this group. How
about BialySIG? That should be clear enough to anyone interested and the
prefix is the central datum.

Avigdor Ben-Dov
Kedumim Israel
Researching RUTKIEWICZ >from Lomza, SOLARCZ,
NURZEC, and SUSMAN. Tykocin, Zambrow, Sokoly, Zabludow, and of course,
Bialystok

MODERATOR'S NOTE: In general, most SIGs (Special Interest Groups) cover an entire country, or a very large area. Research Groups as a rule cover the areas of the size that is currently under consideration.


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Re: BIALY #poland

Avigdor&Laia <lbendov@...>
 

I agree with Judy Baston on using a non-acronymic title for this group. How
about BialySIG? That should be clear enough to anyone interested and the
prefix is the central datum.

Avigdor Ben-Dov
Kedumim Israel
Researching RUTKIEWICZ >from Lomza, SOLARCZ,
NURZEC, and SUSMAN. Tykocin, Zambrow, Sokoly, Zabludow, and of course,
Bialystok

MODERATOR'S NOTE: In general, most SIGs (Special Interest Groups) cover an entire country, or a very large area. Research Groups as a rule cover the areas of the size that is currently under consideration.


Re: Polish Census records #general

bartman <bartmant@...>
 

Avigdor&Laia wrote:

Does anyone know if there are surviving records >from the Polish tax census
of Jews in Poland in 1764? Dubnow mentions this in his history and it
certainly would clear up early Jewish ancestry. The Internet shows that
there were about 300,000 Jews in Poland then (258,000) which is far less
than the pre-WWII figure and maybe easier to search.

Avigdor Ben-Dov
Researching Lomza, Bialystok, Sokoly, Tykocin, Zambrow, Zabludow and
environs for RUTKIEWICZ, NURZEC, SUSMAN, SOLARCZ
On my Zabludow Memorial Website I have translated a taxpayers list >from
1847. I also have a taxpayers list >from when Zabludow was under Prussian
rule,almost all the name are patronymic. For your interest here is a
link to the 1847 list. http://www.zabludow.com/1847taxpayers.html

Tilford Bartman


Tarnobrzeg researcher update your email address #general

Gayle Schlissel Riley <Key2pst@...>
 

Those of you on my Tarnobrzeg sig or want to be..Please update your
email address..Gayle Schlissel Riley >from San Gabriel
PS you could miss something good:)

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Polish Census records #general

bartman <bartmant@...>
 

Avigdor&Laia wrote:

Does anyone know if there are surviving records >from the Polish tax census
of Jews in Poland in 1764? Dubnow mentions this in his history and it
certainly would clear up early Jewish ancestry. The Internet shows that
there were about 300,000 Jews in Poland then (258,000) which is far less
than the pre-WWII figure and maybe easier to search.

Avigdor Ben-Dov
Researching Lomza, Bialystok, Sokoly, Tykocin, Zambrow, Zabludow and
environs for RUTKIEWICZ, NURZEC, SUSMAN, SOLARCZ
On my Zabludow Memorial Website I have translated a taxpayers list >from
1847. I also have a taxpayers list >from when Zabludow was under Prussian
rule,almost all the name are patronymic. For your interest here is a
link to the 1847 list. http://www.zabludow.com/1847taxpayers.html

Tilford Bartman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Tarnobrzeg researcher update your email address #general

Gayle Schlissel Riley <Key2pst@...>
 

Those of you on my Tarnobrzeg sig or want to be..Please update your
email address..Gayle Schlissel Riley >from San Gabriel
PS you could miss something good:)

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately.


Need Boston Area Cemetary Help #general

Felicia Mode Alexander <Fmode@...>
 

Dear Fellow Jewishgenners,
Thanks to the wonderful help of a woman who works at the Jewish Cemetary
Association of Massachusetts, I have after 20 years of research, just
recently determined the location of my great-grandmother's grave! As more
and more information is being transferred >from paper files to the
computers, we should all be able to find this type of information in the
US. I am unable to get to Massachusetts at this time, and am very anxious
to obtain a photo of her stone and that of her daughter, who predeceased
her. They are buried side-by-side in Chevra Thillim Cemetary in West
Roxbury, Ma. If anyone is able to do this for me, could you please email
me privately?
Fmode@.... Thank you very much.

Felicia Mode Alexander

researching:
MODE: Wongrowitz, Prussia; Bromberg, Prussia, Boston to NYC and Boston, MA
SHUMAN: Schneidemuhl, Prussia to NYC and Boston, MA
GROSSMAN: Teplik, Ukraine to Boston, MA
TALALEWSKY: Telpik, Ukraine to Boston, MA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Need Boston Area Cemetary Help #general

Felicia Mode Alexander <Fmode@...>
 

Dear Fellow Jewishgenners,
Thanks to the wonderful help of a woman who works at the Jewish Cemetary
Association of Massachusetts, I have after 20 years of research, just
recently determined the location of my great-grandmother's grave! As more
and more information is being transferred >from paper files to the
computers, we should all be able to find this type of information in the
US. I am unable to get to Massachusetts at this time, and am very anxious
to obtain a photo of her stone and that of her daughter, who predeceased
her. They are buried side-by-side in Chevra Thillim Cemetary in West
Roxbury, Ma. If anyone is able to do this for me, could you please email
me privately?
Fmode@.... Thank you very much.

Felicia Mode Alexander

researching:
MODE: Wongrowitz, Prussia; Bromberg, Prussia, Boston to NYC and Boston, MA
SHUMAN: Schneidemuhl, Prussia to NYC and Boston, MA
GROSSMAN: Teplik, Ukraine to Boston, MA
TALALEWSKY: Telpik, Ukraine to Boston, MA


Fw: BOF names/locations #belarus

Josh Milton
 

----- Original Message -----
From: Josh Milton
To: belarus@...
Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2003 1:47 AM
Subject: BOF names/locations


I am interested in researching the following shtetls: Miloslavichi (also
known as Miloslawicz), near Klimovichi, and Chislavichi, near
Mstislavl/Smolensk.

Family names related to these shtetls:
MOLOCZNIKOW, CHASOFF/CHASANOV, DAVIDOFF/DAVIDOW.
These individuals mostly eventually settled in or near
Sedalia, Missouri in the late 1890s/early 1900s.

MOLOCZNIKOW family changed its name to MILTON shortly after coming to the US
in 1912 - however, some family was left behind, and no one knows what
happened to them.

Josh Milton
Silver Spring, Maryland
USA


BOF #belarus

Judy and Issie Ferstman <jocar@...>
 

I am interested in researching Dzerzhinsk (Koidanovo) in Minsk >from 1800
to 1910.

Searching SINAIKIN ; RUBINCHIK ; in Dzerzhinsk, Minsk
BOROCHOVICH ; in Loev

Judith Ferstman
Montreal, Quebec


Belarus SIG #Belarus Fw: BOF names/locations #belarus

Josh Milton
 

----- Original Message -----
From: Josh Milton
To: belarus@...
Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2003 1:47 AM
Subject: BOF names/locations


I am interested in researching the following shtetls: Miloslavichi (also
known as Miloslawicz), near Klimovichi, and Chislavichi, near
Mstislavl/Smolensk.

Family names related to these shtetls:
MOLOCZNIKOW, CHASOFF/CHASANOV, DAVIDOFF/DAVIDOW.
These individuals mostly eventually settled in or near
Sedalia, Missouri in the late 1890s/early 1900s.

MOLOCZNIKOW family changed its name to MILTON shortly after coming to the US
in 1912 - however, some family was left behind, and no one knows what
happened to them.

Josh Milton
Silver Spring, Maryland
USA


Belarus SIG #Belarus BOF #belarus

Judy and Issie Ferstman <jocar@...>
 

I am interested in researching Dzerzhinsk (Koidanovo) in Minsk >from 1800
to 1910.

Searching SINAIKIN ; RUBINCHIK ; in Dzerzhinsk, Minsk
BOROCHOVICH ; in Loev

Judith Ferstman
Montreal, Quebec