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Munich Archives News #germany

Frank, Steven <Steven.Frank@...>
 

For those who are interested, attached is the latest newsletter >from the
Munich City Archives and Andreas Heusler.

Steve Frank Bethesda, MD steven.frank@em.doe.gov

MODERATOR NOTE: We usually do NOT include the text of Dr. Hausler's newsletter here
because anyone who wants to read it can subscribe to it directly. See details
at the end of this message.

NEWSLETTER of the City Archives of Munich 01/2004
English translation by Dr. Margret Szymanski
This NEWSLETTER will be published at irregular intervals.

1. Laying of the foundation stone for the New Jewish Communal and
Cultural Centre and the Jewish Museum at St.-Jakobsplatz on 9th
November, 2003

'This project opens up new prospects, not only to the Munich Jews, but
also to the entire city', Christian Ude, the Lord Mayor, said on the
occasion of the solemn laying of the foundation stone at
St.-Jakobsplatz, where the Munich main synagogue, the New Jewish
Communal and Cultural Centre and the municipal Jewish Museum are going
to be established. 'The New Jewish Centre is being supported across the
political and denominational spectrum and by all generations; as a
cosmopolitan and tolerant city, Munich gives support to this plan and
strictly rejects those who are fixed in their views and full of hatred.
The other speakers in the ceremony, who addressed an audience of 600
invited guests, were Charlotte Knobloch, president of the Munich
Israelite Community, Dr Edmund Stoiber, State Prime Minister of Bavaria,
Paul Spiegel, president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, and
Harald Str=F6tgen, chairman of the Committee for the Support of the New
Jewish Centre.
The speech was given by Dr h c Johannes Rau, Federal President; Dr Hans-Jochen
Vogel, former Lord Mayor, spoke in commemoration.

More information on this event:
www.juedischeszentrumjakobsplatz.de

2. The City Archives publishes the first volume of the 'Biographical
Book of Commemoration for Munich Jews 1933-1945'

The 'Biographical Book of Commemoration for Munich Jews 1933-1945'
contains short biographies of 4,596 men and women, who were deported
from Munich since November 1941 and became victims of the National
Socialist extermination machinery. It also contains short biographies of
Jewish citizens who committed suicide between 1933 and 1945, and of
persons who died a 'natural death'. Jewish emigrants are not the subject
of the book of commemoration. Their biographies are to be published in
a second phase of the project at a later date. The second volume, to be
published in 2004, will include a comprehensive glossary (i.a. explications
concerning the deportations and information on the places where Munich Jews
lost their lives). Detailed documentation of sources and pictures and a
bibliography are being planned, as well.

Munich City Archives (eds.), Biographisches Gedenkbuch der M=FCnchner
Juden 1933-1945, Band 1 (Biographical Book of Commemoration for Munich
Jews 1933-1945, volume 1)
871 pages, hardback
ISBN 3-00-012626-0
price: 49 EUR (available at Munich City Archives, Fax 0049-89-233-30831,
and in bookshops)

3. Presentation of Roman Haller's book: '...and None of Them Wanted to
Stay. Jewish Life Stories in Post-War Bavaria' on 20th January, 2004,
in the auditorium of the Munich City Museum In the crammed auditorium of the
Munich City Museum, Roman Haller read >from his new book '...and None of Them
Wanted to Stay', and recalled the post-war years and the reconstruction of the
Jewish community in Munich.
Dr Hans-Jochen Vogel, former Lord Mayor of Munich, Charlotte Knobloch,
president of the Israelite Community of Munich and Upper Bavaria, and
Dr Andreas Heusler, Munich City Archives, greeted the audience and introduced
the topic.

The book touches on a chapter of Munich's history that has only in
recent years become the focus of attention of historical research.
Shortly after the war, it seemed unthinkable for most of the survivors
of the holocaust, to settle in the 'land of the perpetrators'.
Nevertheless, Germany became the home for many Jews. Which were the
doubts, fears, expectations and hopes of those living in the German
post-war society, and how did the Jews in Munich become Munich Jews? In
this book, thirteen Jewish women and men give an account of their
experiences and of the road that led the Jewish Community >from a
post-war provisional existence to the decision to build the new Jewish
Community Centre. Roman Haller combined their life stories in an
instructive and personal portrait of Jewish life in Munich and Bavaria
after 1945.

Roman Haller: ... und bleiben wollte keiner. J=FCdische Lebensgeschichten
im Nachkriegsbayern ('...and None of Them Wanted to Stay. Jewish Life
Stories in Post-War Bavaria') 170 pages, cut flush binding (D=F6lling und
Galitz publ.) ISBN 3-935549-82-2 price: 12.80 EUR

I hope that this Newsletter will be interesting to you. Comments and
suggestions are welcome. To subscribe to this newsletter, which is sent German
with English translation included please contact us. [See below)]

Dr. Andreas Heusler (27.1.2004)
Landeshauptstadt Muenchen
Direktorium-Stadtarchiv
Winzererstrasse 68
D-80797 Muenchen
Tel: +49(0)89/233 308 15
Fax: +49(0)89/233 308 30
e-mail: andreas.heusler@muenchen.de
Internet: www.muenchen.de


German SIG #Germany Munich Archives News #germany

Frank, Steven <Steven.Frank@...>
 

For those who are interested, attached is the latest newsletter >from the
Munich City Archives and Andreas Heusler.

Steve Frank Bethesda, MD steven.frank@em.doe.gov

MODERATOR NOTE: We usually do NOT include the text of Dr. Hausler's newsletter here
because anyone who wants to read it can subscribe to it directly. See details
at the end of this message.

NEWSLETTER of the City Archives of Munich 01/2004
English translation by Dr. Margret Szymanski
This NEWSLETTER will be published at irregular intervals.

1. Laying of the foundation stone for the New Jewish Communal and
Cultural Centre and the Jewish Museum at St.-Jakobsplatz on 9th
November, 2003

'This project opens up new prospects, not only to the Munich Jews, but
also to the entire city', Christian Ude, the Lord Mayor, said on the
occasion of the solemn laying of the foundation stone at
St.-Jakobsplatz, where the Munich main synagogue, the New Jewish
Communal and Cultural Centre and the municipal Jewish Museum are going
to be established. 'The New Jewish Centre is being supported across the
political and denominational spectrum and by all generations; as a
cosmopolitan and tolerant city, Munich gives support to this plan and
strictly rejects those who are fixed in their views and full of hatred.
The other speakers in the ceremony, who addressed an audience of 600
invited guests, were Charlotte Knobloch, president of the Munich
Israelite Community, Dr Edmund Stoiber, State Prime Minister of Bavaria,
Paul Spiegel, president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, and
Harald Str=F6tgen, chairman of the Committee for the Support of the New
Jewish Centre.
The speech was given by Dr h c Johannes Rau, Federal President; Dr Hans-Jochen
Vogel, former Lord Mayor, spoke in commemoration.

More information on this event:
www.juedischeszentrumjakobsplatz.de

2. The City Archives publishes the first volume of the 'Biographical
Book of Commemoration for Munich Jews 1933-1945'

The 'Biographical Book of Commemoration for Munich Jews 1933-1945'
contains short biographies of 4,596 men and women, who were deported
from Munich since November 1941 and became victims of the National
Socialist extermination machinery. It also contains short biographies of
Jewish citizens who committed suicide between 1933 and 1945, and of
persons who died a 'natural death'. Jewish emigrants are not the subject
of the book of commemoration. Their biographies are to be published in
a second phase of the project at a later date. The second volume, to be
published in 2004, will include a comprehensive glossary (i.a. explications
concerning the deportations and information on the places where Munich Jews
lost their lives). Detailed documentation of sources and pictures and a
bibliography are being planned, as well.

Munich City Archives (eds.), Biographisches Gedenkbuch der M=FCnchner
Juden 1933-1945, Band 1 (Biographical Book of Commemoration for Munich
Jews 1933-1945, volume 1)
871 pages, hardback
ISBN 3-00-012626-0
price: 49 EUR (available at Munich City Archives, Fax 0049-89-233-30831,
and in bookshops)

3. Presentation of Roman Haller's book: '...and None of Them Wanted to
Stay. Jewish Life Stories in Post-War Bavaria' on 20th January, 2004,
in the auditorium of the Munich City Museum In the crammed auditorium of the
Munich City Museum, Roman Haller read >from his new book '...and None of Them
Wanted to Stay', and recalled the post-war years and the reconstruction of the
Jewish community in Munich.
Dr Hans-Jochen Vogel, former Lord Mayor of Munich, Charlotte Knobloch,
president of the Israelite Community of Munich and Upper Bavaria, and
Dr Andreas Heusler, Munich City Archives, greeted the audience and introduced
the topic.

The book touches on a chapter of Munich's history that has only in
recent years become the focus of attention of historical research.
Shortly after the war, it seemed unthinkable for most of the survivors
of the holocaust, to settle in the 'land of the perpetrators'.
Nevertheless, Germany became the home for many Jews. Which were the
doubts, fears, expectations and hopes of those living in the German
post-war society, and how did the Jews in Munich become Munich Jews? In
this book, thirteen Jewish women and men give an account of their
experiences and of the road that led the Jewish Community >from a
post-war provisional existence to the decision to build the new Jewish
Community Centre. Roman Haller combined their life stories in an
instructive and personal portrait of Jewish life in Munich and Bavaria
after 1945.

Roman Haller: ... und bleiben wollte keiner. J=FCdische Lebensgeschichten
im Nachkriegsbayern ('...and None of Them Wanted to Stay. Jewish Life
Stories in Post-War Bavaria') 170 pages, cut flush binding (D=F6lling und
Galitz publ.) ISBN 3-935549-82-2 price: 12.80 EUR

I hope that this Newsletter will be interesting to you. Comments and
suggestions are welcome. To subscribe to this newsletter, which is sent German
with English translation included please contact us. [See below)]

Dr. Andreas Heusler (27.1.2004)
Landeshauptstadt Muenchen
Direktorium-Stadtarchiv
Winzererstrasse 68
D-80797 Muenchen
Tel: +49(0)89/233 308 15
Fax: +49(0)89/233 308 30
e-mail: andreas.heusler@muenchen.de
Internet: www.muenchen.de


WOHLGENANNT - Zurich #germany

Otto M. Schiff <oschiff@...>
 

I requested help with finding descendants of WOHLGENANNT and received several
answers. However none of them are about the people that I am looking for.

This message is for the purpose of changing the town that I mentioned
from St. Gallen to Zurich. It is possible that the descendants of
HARRY, WILLY and ILSE WOHLGENANNT had descendants in Zurich. Thank you,

Otto M. Schiff Carmel, California (Gersig is great.) oschiff@sbcglobal.net


German SIG #Germany WOHLGENANNT - Zurich #germany

Otto M. Schiff <oschiff@...>
 

I requested help with finding descendants of WOHLGENANNT and received several
answers. However none of them are about the people that I am looking for.

This message is for the purpose of changing the town that I mentioned
from St. Gallen to Zurich. It is possible that the descendants of
HARRY, WILLY and ILSE WOHLGENANNT had descendants in Zurich. Thank you,

Otto M. Schiff Carmel, California (Gersig is great.) oschiff@sbcglobal.net


Need your advice how to proceed... #general

Yeruchem & Fraida Cohen
 

Dear Genners,

You have all been so kind to help me out in the past. I would like once
again to tap your experience and help me think "out of the box" to get to
the next step.

I recently received the alien registration (1940) of my gf, Aaron Leib
TAUBER, thanks to the advice of some of your genners as to how to get copies
of immigration,etc. records.

Some of the documents of course contradict eachother and hence, I am not
sure how to proceed in my research. Here is what I so far have:

Arrival record (1899): Aaron Leib Tauber, ethnicity: Austrian, place of
residence, Harasz, arrival date: 8/29/1899; age 24; boat: Southwark, port of
departure: Belgium

Marriage record: Herry Tabor(or Tober), married 5 June 1901, age 22,
birthplace "Russpollend" (sic), father's name Jacob Taber (or Tober), mother
Bess Mersiat

Soc. Sec. ap (1936): Harry Tauber, dob 11/15/1877, place of birth, Russia,
father: Jack Tauber, mother: Rita Merzlock (family notes say that last name
is Mellack)

Census (1920): Harry Tauber, age 45, arrived in US 1900, place of birth:
Austria, place of parents birth: Austria

Alien Registration (1940): Harry Tauber, entered the US under the name Aron
Leib Tauber, born in or near Kiev, Russia; still a citizen or subject of
Russia; arrived at Ellis Island on Sept 15, 1897, came in by "Belgian
Steamship Line."

I would like to take suggestions what town might sound like Harasz that
would be considered close to Kiyev.

What other sources would you suggest I use to check his info out further?

Any other advice you all have for me is welcome.

Fraida Cohen


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Need your advice how to proceed... #general

Yeruchem & Fraida Cohen
 

Dear Genners,

You have all been so kind to help me out in the past. I would like once
again to tap your experience and help me think "out of the box" to get to
the next step.

I recently received the alien registration (1940) of my gf, Aaron Leib
TAUBER, thanks to the advice of some of your genners as to how to get copies
of immigration,etc. records.

Some of the documents of course contradict eachother and hence, I am not
sure how to proceed in my research. Here is what I so far have:

Arrival record (1899): Aaron Leib Tauber, ethnicity: Austrian, place of
residence, Harasz, arrival date: 8/29/1899; age 24; boat: Southwark, port of
departure: Belgium

Marriage record: Herry Tabor(or Tober), married 5 June 1901, age 22,
birthplace "Russpollend" (sic), father's name Jacob Taber (or Tober), mother
Bess Mersiat

Soc. Sec. ap (1936): Harry Tauber, dob 11/15/1877, place of birth, Russia,
father: Jack Tauber, mother: Rita Merzlock (family notes say that last name
is Mellack)

Census (1920): Harry Tauber, age 45, arrived in US 1900, place of birth:
Austria, place of parents birth: Austria

Alien Registration (1940): Harry Tauber, entered the US under the name Aron
Leib Tauber, born in or near Kiev, Russia; still a citizen or subject of
Russia; arrived at Ellis Island on Sept 15, 1897, came in by "Belgian
Steamship Line."

I would like to take suggestions what town might sound like Harasz that
would be considered close to Kiyev.

What other sources would you suggest I use to check his info out further?

Any other advice you all have for me is welcome.

Fraida Cohen


Re: Distances Between Shtels? #general

Carlos Glikson
 

What is a good method to determine the distances between shtels?
1. Locate one shtetl using ShtetlSeeker. Go to
http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/

and click on Search for towns by name
http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/loctown.htm

2. Enter the name for the shtetl and country, if known. Use exact spelling
first if you are sure about it. Use Daitch Mokotoff Soundex if you have no
results with exact spelling or if you are unsure. Use ShtetlSeeker to locate
the first shtetl.

3. Identify the first shtetl and make a note of its coordinates. "Write down
the latitude and longitude for the town(s) you have found. You can then
search for other towns within a given distance of that location. ". Click on
the coordinates if you want to see a map displayed in MapQuest.

4. Go back to
http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/

5. Enter the name for the second shtetl and country, if known. Use the
Advanced Feature: "You can specify your own 'central location' to measure
distances and directions from: "

6. You have a note with two groups of four digits each you obtained in .3.
Now enter degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude in four sets of two
digits each, extracted sequentially >from the groups in your note, and Start
the Search. You will obtain a list of all towns in the database with the
exact spelling or DM Soundex, and distances and direction >from the first
one.

If you want all shtetlach up to 30 (or less) miles >from the first one, you
may use
Search for towns by location
http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/locrad.htm

For places whose location you know but can not find in ShtetlSeeker, map
both using MapQuest, look for an appropriate map center, zoom out or in
looking for a scale that will include both, and estimate distances using the
map scale.

Formulas used in navigation and geometry may also provide precise distances
from one point of the globe to another, given their coordinates.
If the distances you are looking for are along twisting roads and not in a
straight line, you would have to obtain virtual or paper road maps or
distance tables.

Hope this helps,

Carlos Glikson
Buenos Aires


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Distances Between Shtels? #general

Carlos Glikson
 

What is a good method to determine the distances between shtels?
1. Locate one shtetl using ShtetlSeeker. Go to
http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/

and click on Search for towns by name
http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/loctown.htm

2. Enter the name for the shtetl and country, if known. Use exact spelling
first if you are sure about it. Use Daitch Mokotoff Soundex if you have no
results with exact spelling or if you are unsure. Use ShtetlSeeker to locate
the first shtetl.

3. Identify the first shtetl and make a note of its coordinates. "Write down
the latitude and longitude for the town(s) you have found. You can then
search for other towns within a given distance of that location. ". Click on
the coordinates if you want to see a map displayed in MapQuest.

4. Go back to
http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/

5. Enter the name for the second shtetl and country, if known. Use the
Advanced Feature: "You can specify your own 'central location' to measure
distances and directions from: "

6. You have a note with two groups of four digits each you obtained in .3.
Now enter degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude in four sets of two
digits each, extracted sequentially >from the groups in your note, and Start
the Search. You will obtain a list of all towns in the database with the
exact spelling or DM Soundex, and distances and direction >from the first
one.

If you want all shtetlach up to 30 (or less) miles >from the first one, you
may use
Search for towns by location
http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/locrad.htm

For places whose location you know but can not find in ShtetlSeeker, map
both using MapQuest, look for an appropriate map center, zoom out or in
looking for a scale that will include both, and estimate distances using the
map scale.

Formulas used in navigation and geometry may also provide precise distances
from one point of the globe to another, given their coordinates.
If the distances you are looking for are along twisting roads and not in a
straight line, you would have to obtain virtual or paper road maps or
distance tables.

Hope this helps,

Carlos Glikson
Buenos Aires


Fanny (Fanja) Rosa Lichtenstein #general

Karina Holthoff <holthoffk@...>
 

SunflowerHi

I am looking for information on my grandmother's family, which lived in
Bialystock, Poland (now, Russia (when my grandma was born)). This family was
Jewish.

My grandmother married twice: once to Hans Joachim Gregor, a German Soldier
from Berlin and then my grandfather Karl Julius Genschow also >from Berlin.
My great grandparents were Jacob Lichtenstein and Ginendel Racskowdky, both
from Bialystok, Poland. (To my best knowledge)
I attach my family tree for the information I have gathered:

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/o/l/Karina-Holthoff-Arlington/?Welcome=1075656963

She had two sisters, one sister was Rura, who immigrated to Venezuela. One
cousin survived the holocaust and moved to Israel. A few died in the
concentration camps.

Unfortunately, I don't speak Hebrew or Polish and don't know how to approach
the research.

Can anybody help me please?

Kind regards
Karina Holthoff
holthoffk@hotmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Fanny (Fanja) Rosa Lichtenstein #general

Karina Holthoff <holthoffk@...>
 

SunflowerHi

I am looking for information on my grandmother's family, which lived in
Bialystock, Poland (now, Russia (when my grandma was born)). This family was
Jewish.

My grandmother married twice: once to Hans Joachim Gregor, a German Soldier
from Berlin and then my grandfather Karl Julius Genschow also >from Berlin.
My great grandparents were Jacob Lichtenstein and Ginendel Racskowdky, both
from Bialystok, Poland. (To my best knowledge)
I attach my family tree for the information I have gathered:

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/o/l/Karina-Holthoff-Arlington/?Welcome=1075656963

She had two sisters, one sister was Rura, who immigrated to Venezuela. One
cousin survived the holocaust and moved to Israel. A few died in the
concentration camps.

Unfortunately, I don't speak Hebrew or Polish and don't know how to approach
the research.

Can anybody help me please?

Kind regards
Karina Holthoff
holthoffk@hotmail.com


FRIEDBERGER #general

gloriamendes_@...
 

Hi!
My name is Gloria and I'm looking for my granpa relatives.
My mother's name is Nair FRIEDBERGER and she is Gotfried Friedberger's
daughter. Her granpa is Martin Friedberger, and her grandma is Tereza
Keller.
Thanks for any help.

Gloria Mendes
gloriamendes_@hotmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen FRIEDBERGER #general

gloriamendes_@...
 

Hi!
My name is Gloria and I'm looking for my granpa relatives.
My mother's name is Nair FRIEDBERGER and she is Gotfried Friedberger's
daughter. Her granpa is Martin Friedberger, and her grandma is Tereza
Keller.
Thanks for any help.

Gloria Mendes
gloriamendes_@hotmail.com


Tracing BROMBERG #general

arnonh <arnonh@...>
 

Hello, Dear Colleagues!

I'm trying to get any information about my grandfather's maternal family:
BROMBERG.

I know the surname's origin is believed to be in the city of
Bromberg/Bydgoszcz, Poland, but my knowledge about the family begins in
several other places.

A guess for the BROMBERG's mother name would be: Ida/Haya, bcz all the 3
children I know about had a daughter called so. As for the father - I have
no guess...

The 3 BROMBERGs' children I know about are:

1. Miriam (my g-g-mother)
Married Israel LIBMAN and they lived in Kuzmin, Volhynia Gub., Ukraine. I
know all the information about their 4 boys (who emigrated to Israel in the
1910s-20s) and little about their daughter (Haya), who was murdered with her
husband and young boy in the holocaust.

2. Abraham (1885-1942)
Married Feige ZILBER (1885-1942). Some of their children immigrated to Baku,
Azerbaijan, and >from there all over the globe... I'm in touch with one of
Abraham's grandchildren and together we're trying to locate all of Abraham
and Feige's descendants.

3. Yetta (Ethel, 1885-1974)
Married William (Zeev?, 1885-1972) PASKOWETZKY and immigrated to the USA.
I've discovered this branch of the family only a few weeks ago, and I'm
keeping in touch with them.

My mission now is to trace the family back >from Ukraine, Baku and the USA.
Maybe other siblings of the 3 above will be discovered.

Any information will be much appreciated.

Yours Sincerely,
Arnon Hershkovitz, Israel
arnonh@tapuz.co.il

Researching:
HERSHKOVITZ: Romania (Galati City) -> Israel (1882), some left to the USA,
France, SA, Australia; JACOBSON: Pinsk (Minsk Gub.), Belarus->Israel 1880s);
GOLDBERG: Belarus(?) -> Jerusalem (1st mid 19th cen.), some left to USA,Paris;
LIBMAN: Kuzmin & Krasilov, Ukraine (Volhynia Gub.) -> Israel (1920s);
SCHREIER: Orinin, Ukraine (Podolia Gub.) -> Israel (1920s), Russia, USA;
TROP: Vilnius, Lithuania -> Israel (mid 19th century); BROMBERG


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Tracing BROMBERG #general

arnonh <arnonh@...>
 

Hello, Dear Colleagues!

I'm trying to get any information about my grandfather's maternal family:
BROMBERG.

I know the surname's origin is believed to be in the city of
Bromberg/Bydgoszcz, Poland, but my knowledge about the family begins in
several other places.

A guess for the BROMBERG's mother name would be: Ida/Haya, bcz all the 3
children I know about had a daughter called so. As for the father - I have
no guess...

The 3 BROMBERGs' children I know about are:

1. Miriam (my g-g-mother)
Married Israel LIBMAN and they lived in Kuzmin, Volhynia Gub., Ukraine. I
know all the information about their 4 boys (who emigrated to Israel in the
1910s-20s) and little about their daughter (Haya), who was murdered with her
husband and young boy in the holocaust.

2. Abraham (1885-1942)
Married Feige ZILBER (1885-1942). Some of their children immigrated to Baku,
Azerbaijan, and >from there all over the globe... I'm in touch with one of
Abraham's grandchildren and together we're trying to locate all of Abraham
and Feige's descendants.

3. Yetta (Ethel, 1885-1974)
Married William (Zeev?, 1885-1972) PASKOWETZKY and immigrated to the USA.
I've discovered this branch of the family only a few weeks ago, and I'm
keeping in touch with them.

My mission now is to trace the family back >from Ukraine, Baku and the USA.
Maybe other siblings of the 3 above will be discovered.

Any information will be much appreciated.

Yours Sincerely,
Arnon Hershkovitz, Israel
arnonh@tapuz.co.il

Researching:
HERSHKOVITZ: Romania (Galati City) -> Israel (1882), some left to the USA,
France, SA, Australia; JACOBSON: Pinsk (Minsk Gub.), Belarus->Israel 1880s);
GOLDBERG: Belarus(?) -> Jerusalem (1st mid 19th cen.), some left to USA,Paris;
LIBMAN: Kuzmin & Krasilov, Ukraine (Volhynia Gub.) -> Israel (1920s);
SCHREIER: Orinin, Ukraine (Podolia Gub.) -> Israel (1920s), Russia, USA;
TROP: Vilnius, Lithuania -> Israel (mid 19th century); BROMBERG


Viewmate 3546 akt #3/Possible other certificate of marriage #general

BABYCAT3 <babycat3@...>
 

Not sure if Russian or Polish, would someone kindly scan this document to see
if it is a marriage certificate also between KAFIEWICZ and CHMIEL families? If
so, I would appreciate a translation of the document in full in order to try
and advance on my family's research.

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3546

Thank you and please respond privately:
Barbara Meyers
babycat3@aol.com


Viemate 3547:Is this a death certificate for Rejzla KAPELOWICZ? #general

BABYCAT3 <babycat3@...>
 

Not sure of the languages this is written in, might someone take a glance and
let me know if this is in fact the death certificate for Rejzla KAPELOWICZ, and
if so, I would greatly appreciate a translation of the document.

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3547

Continuing thanks and please respond privately,
Barbara Meyers
babycat3@aol.com


Viewmate 3547: 6 or 6F is the akt# left out in error #general

BABYCAT3 <babycat3@...>
 

I apologize for forgetting to include the akt # with my initial posting for
VM3547, it is either 6 or 6F.

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3547

Thanks and respond once again privately to:
Barbara Meyers
babycat3@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate 3546 akt #3/Possible other certificate of marriage #general

BABYCAT3 <babycat3@...>
 

Not sure if Russian or Polish, would someone kindly scan this document to see
if it is a marriage certificate also between KAFIEWICZ and CHMIEL families? If
so, I would appreciate a translation of the document in full in order to try
and advance on my family's research.

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3546

Thank you and please respond privately:
Barbara Meyers
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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viemate 3547:Is this a death certificate for Rejzla KAPELOWICZ? #general

BABYCAT3 <babycat3@...>
 

Not sure of the languages this is written in, might someone take a glance and
let me know if this is in fact the death certificate for Rejzla KAPELOWICZ, and
if so, I would greatly appreciate a translation of the document.

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3547

Continuing thanks and please respond privately,
Barbara Meyers
babycat3@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate 3547: 6 or 6F is the akt# left out in error #general

BABYCAT3 <babycat3@...>
 

I apologize for forgetting to include the akt # with my initial posting for
VM3547, it is either 6 or 6F.

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3547

Thanks and respond once again privately to:
Barbara Meyers
babycat3@aol.com