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Polish Translation #general

JAP972@...
 

Hello,
I just received 3 Polish Documents that need translations,they are I think >from around 1930,
Thank You
Sherry Schernbeck
jap972@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Polish Translation #general

JAP972@...
 

Hello,
I just received 3 Polish Documents that need translations,they are I think >from around 1930,
Thank You
Sherry Schernbeck
jap972@aol.com


virtual Shadove #lithuania

"רוזן
 

Hello Fellow LitvakSig Members . Re : my search for the booklet on Shadove

Although I have received many replies and letters of interest to my search ,
I have not been successful in locating the booklet on Shadove .
As a result , I suggest to you the idea of creating a virtual Shadove as an
alternative.

Each of us will contribute whatever data he or she has about the place . The
information gathered should provide us with a list of families , their
occupations , and maybe even photos . As an example , I have a photo of
young girls on hachsharah , supposedly >from Shadove . Maybe somebody will
recognize a friend or relative amongst them .

I invite anyone interested in creating a virtual Shadove with me to send me
whatever material , information and pictures they have about Shadove . I
will organize the list and distribute it amongst all those interested ,
including the photo in my position of the girls on hachsharah .

Answer to m4rosen@012net.il

Sincerely , Anat Rosen

Abirim
Israel


Researching: Rashkes- Kauas, Shteyn- Seduva, Goldshtein- Mariampol all from
Lithuania.

MODERATOR'S NOTE: You may also want to consider putting the material you
collect on a ShtetlLink page. See http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/
for more information.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania virtual Shadove #lithuania

"רוזן
 

Hello Fellow LitvakSig Members . Re : my search for the booklet on Shadove

Although I have received many replies and letters of interest to my search ,
I have not been successful in locating the booklet on Shadove .
As a result , I suggest to you the idea of creating a virtual Shadove as an
alternative.

Each of us will contribute whatever data he or she has about the place . The
information gathered should provide us with a list of families , their
occupations , and maybe even photos . As an example , I have a photo of
young girls on hachsharah , supposedly >from Shadove . Maybe somebody will
recognize a friend or relative amongst them .

I invite anyone interested in creating a virtual Shadove with me to send me
whatever material , information and pictures they have about Shadove . I
will organize the list and distribute it amongst all those interested ,
including the photo in my position of the girls on hachsharah .

Answer to m4rosen@012net.il

Sincerely , Anat Rosen

Abirim
Israel


Researching: Rashkes- Kauas, Shteyn- Seduva, Goldshtein- Mariampol all from
Lithuania.

MODERATOR'S NOTE: You may also want to consider putting the material you
collect on a ShtetlLink page. See http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/
for more information.


Re: Ashkenazi population bottleneck #dna

Dick Plotz
 

On 2004.04.19, Jake Goldstein <jake@computer.org> wrote:

[See] http://www.familytreedna.com/pdf/Behar%202004%20mtDNA.pdf
Contrary to what had been argued in this forum, the population
bottleneck is dated as far back as 100 generations ago.
Not likely. At a ballpark figure of 4 generations per century, the
Ashkenazi population bottleneck was about 25-30 generations ago. One
could argue that there was an earlier "Ashkenazi population
bottleneck" with the origins of Ashkenaz some 80 generations ago, when
the community was founded by Jews traveling with the colonizing
Romans, but that is not what is generally meant by the term, and is
genetically far less meaningful.

100 generations ago our ancestors were in exile in Babylon and there
were no Ashkenazim.

Dick Plotz
Providence RI USA


DNA Research #DNA Re: Ashkenazi population bottleneck #dna

Dick Plotz
 

On 2004.04.19, Jake Goldstein <jake@computer.org> wrote:

[See] http://www.familytreedna.com/pdf/Behar%202004%20mtDNA.pdf
Contrary to what had been argued in this forum, the population
bottleneck is dated as far back as 100 generations ago.
Not likely. At a ballpark figure of 4 generations per century, the
Ashkenazi population bottleneck was about 25-30 generations ago. One
could argue that there was an earlier "Ashkenazi population
bottleneck" with the origins of Ashkenaz some 80 generations ago, when
the community was founded by Jews traveling with the colonizing
Romans, but that is not what is generally meant by the term, and is
genetically far less meaningful.

100 generations ago our ancestors were in exile in Babylon and there
were no Ashkenazim.

Dick Plotz
Providence RI USA


The Ancestors of Edel Raphael in Ettendorf and Wittersheim, Alsace #france

Ralph N. Baer <RalphNBaer@...>
 

All of the place names in this message not otherwise designated are in
Alsace. Most of the information contained here was pieced together >from the
book "Memoire Juive en Alsace: Contrats de Mariage au XVIIIeme Siecle," by
Andre Aaron Fraenckel. There are some inconsistencies which I will not go
into in this message.

My fifth great-grandmother, Edel Raphael, was born in 1730 in Wittersheim.
On about 2 September 1751 she married in Haguenau the teacher Feistel
Heymann (Feissel Hayim, Ouri-Chraga Hayim) (born 1728 Gunstett). Edel was
living in Ettendorf at the time of her marriage. After marriage, Edel and
Feistel lived in Ingwiller. The male descendants of this family assumed the
name GUNSTETT in 1808 as was mentioned in a message in early March about
that family.

Edel's parents were Raphael (Fohlen) Aron who was the Rabbi in Ettendorf and
earlier lived in Wittersheim and Malcke. Raphael's father, Aron Raphael,
died before 1750. I am, of course, interested in any earlier ancestral
data.

The following four people were apparently children of Aron Raphael and his
unknown wife. I have some information on all the lines and am very
interested in adding to it. Also, I am interested in identifying further
children.

1) Raphael Aron, Rabbi, apparently still living in 1776, died by 1778
probably in Ettendorf, married to Malcke, lived in Wittersheim and Ettendorf
(my sixth great-grandparents)

2) Ettel (Edel) Aron of Wittersheim, married 1. to Schile Simon-Mosche, died
in Dauendorf, married 2. 17 February 1750 Minversheim to Nesanel (Samuel)
LEVY, living in 1760 in Haguenau. The descendants of the first marriage
adopted the name KORB.

3) Ephrayim (Zalmon, Salomon) Aron of Wittersheim, married 13 August 1755
Kuttolsheim to Soerle (Serche) Moyse of Mannheim (Baden)

4) Isaac Aron, married to Guttel Alexandre, lived in Wittersheim

I have been able to identify eight children of Rabbi Raphael Aron. There
may have been others. Probably all but Moyse, who was born in Ettendorf,
were born in Wittersheim.

1) Feigel Raphael of Wittersheim, living in 1750 in Ettendorf, living in
1778 in Surbourg, apparently died by 1781 Haguenau, married 1. 21 January
1750 Haguenau to Nachman Meyer of Gunstett, married 2. 21 December 1778
Haguenau to Meyer Mordekhay (Marx) of Haguenau

2) Edel Raphael 1730 Wittersheim, living in 1751 in Ettendorf, married about
2 September 1751 Haguenau to Feistel Heymann (Feissel Hayim, Ouri-Chraga
Hayim) 1728 Gunstett, teacher (my fifth great-grandparents)

3) Merle Raphael, living in 1759 in Ettendorf, married 27 June 1759
Mommenheim to Abraham Yehiel of Wittersheim

4) Salomon (Efraim) Raphael, living in 1762 in Ettendorf, married 24
February 1762 Hochfelden to Scheinel Aron (of Weiterswiller?)

5) Samuel Raphael BLUM, living in 1763 in Ettendorf, married 16 February
1763 Hochfelden to Gella (Gela, Gales KORB) Schiele (cousin, daughter of
Ettel Aron) of Dauendorf, living in 1784 in Bischheim

6) Aron Raphael, cantor, living in 1767 in Ettendorf, living in 1773 in
Surbourg, married 1. 11 June 1767 Wittersheim to Scheinel Goetschel of
Reichshoffen, married 2. 20 August 1773 Surbourg to Ettel Nachman (Adele
MEYER) (niece, daughter of Feigel) (of Surbourg?), living in 1784 in
Krautergersheim, living in 1808 in Bischheim

7) Israel Raphael BLUM, living in 1771 in Ettendorf, married 20 February
1771 Strasbourg? to Malka Jacob (Sara ROOS) of Nonnenweier, living in 1784
in Ettendorf, living in 1808 in Bischheim

8) Moyse Raphael of Ettendorf, living in 1778 in Bischheim, married 26
November 1778 Bischheim to Hindel (Huendel) Menahem WEYL of Bischheim,
living in 1784 in Bischheim. Sons adopted the family name BLUM in 1808.
Moyse was apparently dead by that time.

I have varying amounts of data on most of these lines and am interested in
adding to it. As can be seen, at least three of the branches assumed the
name BLUM.

Ralph N. Baer Washington, DC RalphNBaer@aol.com


French SIG #France The Ancestors of Edel Raphael in Ettendorf and Wittersheim, Alsace #france

Ralph N. Baer <RalphNBaer@...>
 

All of the place names in this message not otherwise designated are in
Alsace. Most of the information contained here was pieced together >from the
book "Memoire Juive en Alsace: Contrats de Mariage au XVIIIeme Siecle," by
Andre Aaron Fraenckel. There are some inconsistencies which I will not go
into in this message.

My fifth great-grandmother, Edel Raphael, was born in 1730 in Wittersheim.
On about 2 September 1751 she married in Haguenau the teacher Feistel
Heymann (Feissel Hayim, Ouri-Chraga Hayim) (born 1728 Gunstett). Edel was
living in Ettendorf at the time of her marriage. After marriage, Edel and
Feistel lived in Ingwiller. The male descendants of this family assumed the
name GUNSTETT in 1808 as was mentioned in a message in early March about
that family.

Edel's parents were Raphael (Fohlen) Aron who was the Rabbi in Ettendorf and
earlier lived in Wittersheim and Malcke. Raphael's father, Aron Raphael,
died before 1750. I am, of course, interested in any earlier ancestral
data.

The following four people were apparently children of Aron Raphael and his
unknown wife. I have some information on all the lines and am very
interested in adding to it. Also, I am interested in identifying further
children.

1) Raphael Aron, Rabbi, apparently still living in 1776, died by 1778
probably in Ettendorf, married to Malcke, lived in Wittersheim and Ettendorf
(my sixth great-grandparents)

2) Ettel (Edel) Aron of Wittersheim, married 1. to Schile Simon-Mosche, died
in Dauendorf, married 2. 17 February 1750 Minversheim to Nesanel (Samuel)
LEVY, living in 1760 in Haguenau. The descendants of the first marriage
adopted the name KORB.

3) Ephrayim (Zalmon, Salomon) Aron of Wittersheim, married 13 August 1755
Kuttolsheim to Soerle (Serche) Moyse of Mannheim (Baden)

4) Isaac Aron, married to Guttel Alexandre, lived in Wittersheim

I have been able to identify eight children of Rabbi Raphael Aron. There
may have been others. Probably all but Moyse, who was born in Ettendorf,
were born in Wittersheim.

1) Feigel Raphael of Wittersheim, living in 1750 in Ettendorf, living in
1778 in Surbourg, apparently died by 1781 Haguenau, married 1. 21 January
1750 Haguenau to Nachman Meyer of Gunstett, married 2. 21 December 1778
Haguenau to Meyer Mordekhay (Marx) of Haguenau

2) Edel Raphael 1730 Wittersheim, living in 1751 in Ettendorf, married about
2 September 1751 Haguenau to Feistel Heymann (Feissel Hayim, Ouri-Chraga
Hayim) 1728 Gunstett, teacher (my fifth great-grandparents)

3) Merle Raphael, living in 1759 in Ettendorf, married 27 June 1759
Mommenheim to Abraham Yehiel of Wittersheim

4) Salomon (Efraim) Raphael, living in 1762 in Ettendorf, married 24
February 1762 Hochfelden to Scheinel Aron (of Weiterswiller?)

5) Samuel Raphael BLUM, living in 1763 in Ettendorf, married 16 February
1763 Hochfelden to Gella (Gela, Gales KORB) Schiele (cousin, daughter of
Ettel Aron) of Dauendorf, living in 1784 in Bischheim

6) Aron Raphael, cantor, living in 1767 in Ettendorf, living in 1773 in
Surbourg, married 1. 11 June 1767 Wittersheim to Scheinel Goetschel of
Reichshoffen, married 2. 20 August 1773 Surbourg to Ettel Nachman (Adele
MEYER) (niece, daughter of Feigel) (of Surbourg?), living in 1784 in
Krautergersheim, living in 1808 in Bischheim

7) Israel Raphael BLUM, living in 1771 in Ettendorf, married 20 February
1771 Strasbourg? to Malka Jacob (Sara ROOS) of Nonnenweier, living in 1784
in Ettendorf, living in 1808 in Bischheim

8) Moyse Raphael of Ettendorf, living in 1778 in Bischheim, married 26
November 1778 Bischheim to Hindel (Huendel) Menahem WEYL of Bischheim,
living in 1784 in Bischheim. Sons adopted the family name BLUM in 1808.
Moyse was apparently dead by that time.

I have varying amounts of data on most of these lines and am interested in
adding to it. As can be seen, at least three of the branches assumed the
name BLUM.

Ralph N. Baer Washington, DC RalphNBaer@aol.com


LitvakSIG meeting at Jerusalem conference #lithuania

Jrbaston
 

We have received a few questions about the LitvakSIG
gatherings at the IAJGS Jerusalem conference. Let me
try to clarify the situation.

The first version of the daily program that is on the
conference website does not include meetings for most
of the SIGs and Research Groups or Birds-of-a-Feather
gatherings. We expect that all such meetings will be
included in the second version of the daily program.

LitvakSIG has informed the Conference that there will
be a LitvakSIG informational meeting, and that we
would like to have a LitvakSIG "Kaffe-Klatch" so that
Litvaks will have the opportunity to meet and network
together. The LitvakSIG meeting and Kaffe-Klatch are
listed on the Conference registration form under SIGs.
This is why we request that when you register for the
Conference, you indicate your intent to join us at the
LitvakSIG meeting and Kaffe-Klatch.

In addition to these two sessions, there will be a
presentation on the All Lithuania Database, as well
as other presentations on Litvak research -- all set
for the afternoon of Thursday, July 8.

Looking forward to seeing you in Jerusalem.

Judy Baston, Moderator,
LitvakSIG


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania LitvakSIG meeting at Jerusalem conference #lithuania

Jrbaston
 

We have received a few questions about the LitvakSIG
gatherings at the IAJGS Jerusalem conference. Let me
try to clarify the situation.

The first version of the daily program that is on the
conference website does not include meetings for most
of the SIGs and Research Groups or Birds-of-a-Feather
gatherings. We expect that all such meetings will be
included in the second version of the daily program.

LitvakSIG has informed the Conference that there will
be a LitvakSIG informational meeting, and that we
would like to have a LitvakSIG "Kaffe-Klatch" so that
Litvaks will have the opportunity to meet and network
together. The LitvakSIG meeting and Kaffe-Klatch are
listed on the Conference registration form under SIGs.
This is why we request that when you register for the
Conference, you indicate your intent to join us at the
LitvakSIG meeting and Kaffe-Klatch.

In addition to these two sessions, there will be a
presentation on the All Lithuania Database, as well
as other presentations on Litvak research -- all set
for the afternoon of Thursday, July 8.

Looking forward to seeing you in Jerusalem.

Judy Baston, Moderator,
LitvakSIG


JGS of Tampa Bay -Meeting - Sunday, April 25, 2004 #general

Mark
 

Jewish Genealogical Society of Tampa Bay
Meeting
President of West Pasco Genealogy Society to Speak
On “How To Use Your Local Family History Library”
Sunday, April 25, 2004
The Jewish Genealogical Society of Tampa Bay will meet at 2:00 PM Sunday
April 25, 2004 at Gulf Coast Jewish Family Services, 14041 Icot Blvd.,
Clearwater, Florida The President of the West Pasco Genealogy Society, Debbe
Hagner, will speak on "How To Use Your Local Family History Library". Ms
Hagner is a professional genealogist and an accredited genealogist through
the Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints (LDS) in Salt Lake City. Many
local LDS churches maintain affiliated Family History Centers and their
facilities and resources are available to any interested family history
researcher. Several LDS churches in the Tampa Bay area offer these
resources, and that will be the subject of Ms. Hagner's presentation. Ms
Hagner has been doing genealogy research on her own family for over 30 years
and has a Certificate in Family History Research - North American Research
from Brigham Young University. The meeting is open to the public. You do
not have to be a member of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Tampa Bay to
attend this meeting.
Dr. Emil H. Isaacson, our VP of education and our librarian, and the author
of "2004 Guide to Jewish Genealogy: A Foundation for Beginners and an Update
for Experienced Researchers" will lead a question and answer session prior
to the start of our meeting. Beginning at 1:30 PM (30 minutes prior to the
main program) the main program, Professor Isaacson will be available to
answer your questions and try to help you with your genealogical problems.
This is for beginners and experienced genealogists
For further information on the organization or for directions to the meeting
call Mark Baron at 727-842-5789 or Sally Israel at 727-343-1652.

Mark Baron
President
JGSTampaBay@yahoo.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Tampa Bay -Meeting - Sunday, April 25, 2004 #general

Mark
 

Jewish Genealogical Society of Tampa Bay
Meeting
President of West Pasco Genealogy Society to Speak
On “How To Use Your Local Family History Library”
Sunday, April 25, 2004
The Jewish Genealogical Society of Tampa Bay will meet at 2:00 PM Sunday
April 25, 2004 at Gulf Coast Jewish Family Services, 14041 Icot Blvd.,
Clearwater, Florida The President of the West Pasco Genealogy Society, Debbe
Hagner, will speak on "How To Use Your Local Family History Library". Ms
Hagner is a professional genealogist and an accredited genealogist through
the Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints (LDS) in Salt Lake City. Many
local LDS churches maintain affiliated Family History Centers and their
facilities and resources are available to any interested family history
researcher. Several LDS churches in the Tampa Bay area offer these
resources, and that will be the subject of Ms. Hagner's presentation. Ms
Hagner has been doing genealogy research on her own family for over 30 years
and has a Certificate in Family History Research - North American Research
from Brigham Young University. The meeting is open to the public. You do
not have to be a member of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Tampa Bay to
attend this meeting.
Dr. Emil H. Isaacson, our VP of education and our librarian, and the author
of "2004 Guide to Jewish Genealogy: A Foundation for Beginners and an Update
for Experienced Researchers" will lead a question and answer session prior
to the start of our meeting. Beginning at 1:30 PM (30 minutes prior to the
main program) the main program, Professor Isaacson will be available to
answer your questions and try to help you with your genealogical problems.
This is for beginners and experienced genealogists
For further information on the organization or for directions to the meeting
call Mark Baron at 727-842-5789 or Sally Israel at 727-343-1652.

Mark Baron
President
JGSTampaBay@yahoo.com


Searching Ernest STEINER, Boca Raton #general

Judy Young <jy-abcd@...>
 

Hi,

My cousin's wife in Budapest is looking to find out about an uncle of hers
who lived in Boca Raton, Florida. He was Ernest Steiner, born in 1896 in
Hungary (later Czechoslovakia). He came to the US >from Prague just before
the Germans occupied it. I have discovered by looking in the US SSDI
records that he died in 1989. He and my cousin's wife had been in fairly
regular contact up to 1985 but then lost contact because she got (re)married
and changed both her address and her name.

It is possible that Mr Steiner's estate had tried to contact her after his
death as being one of only a few remaining relatives. I would like to ask
first if there are any members that may have known Mr Steiner to get in
touch with me off-list. Secondly, If anyone could recommend a lawyer in Boca
Raton who could be asked to look into the estate issue (for a fee, of
course), I would be grateful for a suggestion - once again off-list.

Thank you,

Judy Young (Ottawa, Canada)
jy-abcd@cyberus.ca

MODERATOR NOTE: Please send recommendations for lawyers privately.


Re: EPSTEIN family legend #general

s_wiener@...
 

I believe that the originator of this thread only
wanted to know if any other Genners had ever heard of
this bubbameise. I am sure that the credibility of
the story was not the point. Please let us not be so
harsh on our fellow-Genners. Where else can we openly
discuss strange family stories and histories? Because
as we know, sometimes there is a kernel of truth
hiding inside/beside/around some of these 'jems.'

Thanks,
Shellie Wiener
San Francisco, CA
-----
<<I am not familiar with this legend. I would wonder,
though, what the chances are that it is true. Why
would a Spanish family open the cave by talking
Yiddish? They probably would not have known Yiddish
until they lived amongst Ashkenazim. And even if they
were fluent in several languages, they should have
opened the cave with their day to day language, or
Hebrew.

It was a Spanish family, but the stone was in Germany.
Do you expect a German stone to understand Spanish?>>


Translation Request - Szydlowiec death registration of Rejowski #general

David Colman <davidcolman@...>
 

The 1857 registration of my gggg grandfather's death, states: "...umart w
Szydlowiec Michel Rejowski ukonsensowany Duchowny Synagogi...".

I have review a copy of this document with several Polish friends. We all
agree that we have decipehered the handwriting correctly, but none of them
are aware of the word "ukonsensowany" or its meaning. Everybody seems to
think it must be related to "konsens", related to the English word
"concensus", but they all think it doesn't seem quite right.

As well, would Duchowny necessarily refer to a rabbi? Until now, almost all
of my ancestors have been tailors, so the occupation translation work has
been easy.

I would appreciate any help or information available.

David Colman
Toronto, Ontario


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching Ernest STEINER, Boca Raton #general

Judy Young <jy-abcd@...>
 

Hi,

My cousin's wife in Budapest is looking to find out about an uncle of hers
who lived in Boca Raton, Florida. He was Ernest Steiner, born in 1896 in
Hungary (later Czechoslovakia). He came to the US >from Prague just before
the Germans occupied it. I have discovered by looking in the US SSDI
records that he died in 1989. He and my cousin's wife had been in fairly
regular contact up to 1985 but then lost contact because she got (re)married
and changed both her address and her name.

It is possible that Mr Steiner's estate had tried to contact her after his
death as being one of only a few remaining relatives. I would like to ask
first if there are any members that may have known Mr Steiner to get in
touch with me off-list. Secondly, If anyone could recommend a lawyer in Boca
Raton who could be asked to look into the estate issue (for a fee, of
course), I would be grateful for a suggestion - once again off-list.

Thank you,

Judy Young (Ottawa, Canada)
jy-abcd@cyberus.ca

MODERATOR NOTE: Please send recommendations for lawyers privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: EPSTEIN family legend #general

s_wiener@...
 

I believe that the originator of this thread only
wanted to know if any other Genners had ever heard of
this bubbameise. I am sure that the credibility of
the story was not the point. Please let us not be so
harsh on our fellow-Genners. Where else can we openly
discuss strange family stories and histories? Because
as we know, sometimes there is a kernel of truth
hiding inside/beside/around some of these 'jems.'

Thanks,
Shellie Wiener
San Francisco, CA
-----
<<I am not familiar with this legend. I would wonder,
though, what the chances are that it is true. Why
would a Spanish family open the cave by talking
Yiddish? They probably would not have known Yiddish
until they lived amongst Ashkenazim. And even if they
were fluent in several languages, they should have
opened the cave with their day to day language, or
Hebrew.

It was a Spanish family, but the stone was in Germany.
Do you expect a German stone to understand Spanish?>>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Translation Request - Szydlowiec death registration of Rejowski #general

David Colman <davidcolman@...>
 

The 1857 registration of my gggg grandfather's death, states: "...umart w
Szydlowiec Michel Rejowski ukonsensowany Duchowny Synagogi...".

I have review a copy of this document with several Polish friends. We all
agree that we have decipehered the handwriting correctly, but none of them
are aware of the word "ukonsensowany" or its meaning. Everybody seems to
think it must be related to "konsens", related to the English word
"concensus", but they all think it doesn't seem quite right.

As well, would Duchowny necessarily refer to a rabbi? Until now, almost all
of my ancestors have been tailors, so the occupation translation work has
been easy.

I would appreciate any help or information available.

David Colman
Toronto, Ontario


Hebrew Translation - ViewMate VM3979 #general

Robert Fraser <rwfgjf@...>
 

Dear Genners -

I am posting this for a friend who does not have internet access.

We would appreciate a translation of the information on a Page of
Testimony submitted, unknown to her, to the Yad Vashem in 1956 by
her late Father. Some of the information is also written in
Polish or German, but there are some items that appear in Hebrew
only.

The direct url is:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3979

Please respond privately.

Many thanks and shalom

Robert W Fraser
Dianella, Western Australia
rwfgjf@iinet.net.au


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hebrew Translation - ViewMate VM3979 #general

Robert Fraser <rwfgjf@...>
 

Dear Genners -

I am posting this for a friend who does not have internet access.

We would appreciate a translation of the information on a Page of
Testimony submitted, unknown to her, to the Yad Vashem in 1956 by
her late Father. Some of the information is also written in
Polish or German, but there are some items that appear in Hebrew
only.

The direct url is:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3979

Please respond privately.

Many thanks and shalom

Robert W Fraser
Dianella, Western Australia
rwfgjf@iinet.net.au