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First Name Zlata #general

hekenvin@...
 

Myra Shalet wrote: "My mother's name was Zlata and I was also told by a young
rabbi that there was no such name."

I hope that "young rabbi" knows more about Tanach than he knows about names
that Jews used in Europe. My great-great-grandmother was named Zlata and my
grandmother was named Chaya Zlata in her memory. The name is >from the Slavic
word "zloty," a type of coin.

Helene Kenvin


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen First Name Zlata #general

hekenvin@...
 

Myra Shalet wrote: "My mother's name was Zlata and I was also told by a young
rabbi that there was no such name."

I hope that "young rabbi" knows more about Tanach than he knows about names
that Jews used in Europe. My great-great-grandmother was named Zlata and my
grandmother was named Chaya Zlata in her memory. The name is >from the Slavic
word "zloty," a type of coin.

Helene Kenvin


FW: Yiddish name Shayva #general

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz <idayosef@...>
 

The name Sheva, sometimes pronounced Shayva, is usually a shortened form of
Batsheva. It could also possibly be Elisheva but Batsheva is a better bet.
The cantor sounds like a bit of an ignoramus, because if someone is called
Sheva, that is her name!
Ida

-----Original Message-----
From: abe simon [mailto:abe_simon@msn.com]
Sent: Saturday, May 08, 2004 9:50 AM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: Yiddish name Shayva

Can anyone please validate the name Shayva or Sheva (pronounced shave-a as
in "with a razor")? Maybe my transliteration isn't right. I have a friend in
Buffalo NY who is saying a misheberach every week for my niece to get well.
The Cantor at her shul insists there is no such name, and to do a
misheberach they need her mother's name. My sister was named for my mother's
mother who my mom told us was Shayva.
Any help on this would be appreciated.


Abe Simon
email abe_simon@msn.com
Centennial CO
researching SIMONOWITZ and BENDER Minsk/Gorodok Belarus
FELMAN and BRECHMAN Ukraine
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mailto:abe_simon@msn.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen FW: Yiddish name Shayva #general

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz <idayosef@...>
 

The name Sheva, sometimes pronounced Shayva, is usually a shortened form of
Batsheva. It could also possibly be Elisheva but Batsheva is a better bet.
The cantor sounds like a bit of an ignoramus, because if someone is called
Sheva, that is her name!
Ida

-----Original Message-----
From: abe simon [mailto:abe_simon@msn.com]
Sent: Saturday, May 08, 2004 9:50 AM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: Yiddish name Shayva

Can anyone please validate the name Shayva or Sheva (pronounced shave-a as
in "with a razor")? Maybe my transliteration isn't right. I have a friend in
Buffalo NY who is saying a misheberach every week for my niece to get well.
The Cantor at her shul insists there is no such name, and to do a
misheberach they need her mother's name. My sister was named for my mother's
mother who my mom told us was Shayva.
Any help on this would be appreciated.


Abe Simon
email abe_simon@msn.com
Centennial CO
researching SIMONOWITZ and BENDER Minsk/Gorodok Belarus
FELMAN and BRECHMAN Ukraine
---
mailto:abe_simon@msn.com


Re: Yiddish name Shayva #general

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz <idayosef@...>
 

The late head of the Yiddish Department at Hebrew University was Khone
Shmeruk.
Ida

Dr. Joseph M. Schwarcz
Dr. Ida Selavan Schwarcz
Arad Israel

-----Original Message-----
From: Martin Miller [mailto:millerm@mailbox.syr.edu]
Sent: Sunday, May 09, 2004 2:59 AM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: RE: Yiddish name Shayva


We genealogists sure have our work cut out for us.

Our young cousin is Chone Gutel, named for his grandfather. When he went to
Hebrew school, they too told his mother no such name. I had to pull out the
family tree to show that the earliest recorded Gutel in the family was born
in 1813, and we have a record. There are several men named Chone in the
family, who were nicknamed Honey, but no ancestral Chone. So we know we're
missing someone >from the tree.

Their are several Zlatas in our extended families, all known as Lottie.

Martin Miller in Syracuse, New York
mailto:millerm@mailbox.syr.edu
http://web.syr.edu/~millerm/index.htm

-----Original Message-----
From: Myra Shalet [mailto:gramaw@aol.comnojunk]
Sent: Saturday, May 08, 2004 11:37 AM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: Re: Yiddish name Shayva
My great-aunt's name was also Shayva. I always assumed it was short for
Batsheva, but it could also be short for Elisheva...... But is
*is* a name! My mother's name was Zlata and I was also told by a young rabbi
that there was no such name.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Yiddish name Shayva #general

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz <idayosef@...>
 

The late head of the Yiddish Department at Hebrew University was Khone
Shmeruk.
Ida

Dr. Joseph M. Schwarcz
Dr. Ida Selavan Schwarcz
Arad Israel

-----Original Message-----
From: Martin Miller [mailto:millerm@mailbox.syr.edu]
Sent: Sunday, May 09, 2004 2:59 AM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: RE: Yiddish name Shayva


We genealogists sure have our work cut out for us.

Our young cousin is Chone Gutel, named for his grandfather. When he went to
Hebrew school, they too told his mother no such name. I had to pull out the
family tree to show that the earliest recorded Gutel in the family was born
in 1813, and we have a record. There are several men named Chone in the
family, who were nicknamed Honey, but no ancestral Chone. So we know we're
missing someone >from the tree.

Their are several Zlatas in our extended families, all known as Lottie.

Martin Miller in Syracuse, New York
mailto:millerm@mailbox.syr.edu
http://web.syr.edu/~millerm/index.htm

-----Original Message-----
From: Myra Shalet [mailto:gramaw@aol.comnojunk]
Sent: Saturday, May 08, 2004 11:37 AM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: Re: Yiddish name Shayva
My great-aunt's name was also Shayva. I always assumed it was short for
Batsheva, but it could also be short for Elisheva...... But is
*is* a name! My mother's name was Zlata and I was also told by a young rabbi
that there was no such name.


Re: The Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (JCRS) in Denver Colo. #general

Bernard Kouchel <koosh@...>
 

I did research on JCRS many years ago. The 'Jewish Consumptive Relief
Society Home' was known later as the 'American Medical Center'. The children
of many of those at the JCRS entered the 'Jewish Sheltering Home'.

Records might be found at the Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society.
http://www.du.edu/cjs/rmjhs/
--
Bernard Kouchel
koosh@att.net

The Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (JCRS) was founded in Denver,
Colorado in 1904 as a non-sectarian sanatorium to treat tuberculosis
(TB) patients. Many people died or were treated at the JCRS..Does
anyone have a list? or is there a list? Looking for death Cert for
Jacob KELLER DOD 2/26/1940
Thanks
Richard W. McDonald
LAUFER, KISNER Family
mcdonaldrw@Verizon.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: The Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (JCRS) in Denver Colo. #general

Bernard Kouchel <koosh@...>
 

I did research on JCRS many years ago. The 'Jewish Consumptive Relief
Society Home' was known later as the 'American Medical Center'. The children
of many of those at the JCRS entered the 'Jewish Sheltering Home'.

Records might be found at the Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society.
http://www.du.edu/cjs/rmjhs/
--
Bernard Kouchel
koosh@att.net

The Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (JCRS) was founded in Denver,
Colorado in 1904 as a non-sectarian sanatorium to treat tuberculosis
(TB) patients. Many people died or were treated at the JCRS..Does
anyone have a list? or is there a list? Looking for death Cert for
Jacob KELLER DOD 2/26/1940
Thanks
Richard W. McDonald
LAUFER, KISNER Family
mcdonaldrw@Verizon.net


Searching DUCHIN (Duchru?) from Kiev, Ukraine #general

Steven Prager <prager@...>
 

I am searching for information about the Duchin Family.

My GGGP's Wolf and Yutta DUCHIN were >from around the Kiev region. They
apparently had many children. Their daughter Sheina Raisel DUCHIN
(1870-1909) married Joseph Warschawsky. She emigrated to the US 1905 and
died in childbirth in 1909.

Sheina was reported to be the famous band-leader Eddy DUCHIN's aunt.

Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,

Steve
Email (spelled out): Prager at Redshift dot com

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Searching: COLISH, DUCHIN, GILLER, GRAICERSTEIN, HIRSCHMANN, HUTNER,
KALISH, MAGNUS, PRAGER, PRUGER, SACKS, SCHER, SCHWARTZ, SHERMAN, SWIRSKY,
WARSCHAW, WARSHAW, WARSCHAWSKY, ZAK, ZELDICH


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching DUCHIN (Duchru?) from Kiev, Ukraine #general

Steven Prager <prager@...>
 

I am searching for information about the Duchin Family.

My GGGP's Wolf and Yutta DUCHIN were >from around the Kiev region. They
apparently had many children. Their daughter Sheina Raisel DUCHIN
(1870-1909) married Joseph Warschawsky. She emigrated to the US 1905 and
died in childbirth in 1909.

Sheina was reported to be the famous band-leader Eddy DUCHIN's aunt.

Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,

Steve
Email (spelled out): Prager at Redshift dot com

--
Searching: COLISH, DUCHIN, GILLER, GRAICERSTEIN, HIRSCHMANN, HUTNER,
KALISH, MAGNUS, PRAGER, PRUGER, SACKS, SCHER, SCHWARTZ, SHERMAN, SWIRSKY,
WARSCHAW, WARSHAW, WARSCHAWSKY, ZAK, ZELDICH


Yale Reisner, Founder of Genealogy Project, Lauder Foundation, #general

Leslie Popelka
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of St. Louis with Co-Sponsors, the
Holocaust Museum and Learning Center, and the St. Louis County
Library, Special Collections, invites you to two unique events with
noted scholar, Yale J. Reisner.

Yale J. Reisner founded the Ronald S. Lauder Foundation Genealogy
Project at the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland in 1994. As
Director of Research and Archives, he and his colleague, Anna
Przybyszewska-Drozd assist individuals and families in uncovering
their family histories. He has studied and worked in Poland, Russia
and Lithuania as well as the United States.

Wednesday, May 19th >from 10:30 am to noon, Mr. Reisner will be at the
Holocaust Museum and Learning Center and will speak on "The Hidden
Children of Poland During WWII and What is Happening Now." The
Museum is located at Schuetz and Guelbreth Drive (12 Millstone Campus
Drive) 314-432-0020.

Wednesday, May 19th at 2:00 pm Mr. Reisner will be at the St. Louis
County Library, 1640 S. Lindbergh Blvd. and will speak on "Restoring
Memories of Pre-WW II Poland." He will be available to answer
questions after the talk in the Special Collections Genealogy area on
the 5th level. 314-994-3300, ext. 208.

Both events are free and open to the public.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Yale Reisner, Founder of Genealogy Project, Lauder Foundation, #general

Leslie Popelka
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of St. Louis with Co-Sponsors, the
Holocaust Museum and Learning Center, and the St. Louis County
Library, Special Collections, invites you to two unique events with
noted scholar, Yale J. Reisner.

Yale J. Reisner founded the Ronald S. Lauder Foundation Genealogy
Project at the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland in 1994. As
Director of Research and Archives, he and his colleague, Anna
Przybyszewska-Drozd assist individuals and families in uncovering
their family histories. He has studied and worked in Poland, Russia
and Lithuania as well as the United States.

Wednesday, May 19th >from 10:30 am to noon, Mr. Reisner will be at the
Holocaust Museum and Learning Center and will speak on "The Hidden
Children of Poland During WWII and What is Happening Now." The
Museum is located at Schuetz and Guelbreth Drive (12 Millstone Campus
Drive) 314-432-0020.

Wednesday, May 19th at 2:00 pm Mr. Reisner will be at the St. Louis
County Library, 1640 S. Lindbergh Blvd. and will speak on "Restoring
Memories of Pre-WW II Poland." He will be available to answer
questions after the talk in the Special Collections Genealogy area on
the 5th level. 314-994-3300, ext. 208.

Both events are free and open to the public.


JGS North Jersey May 20 meeting #general

Paul & Myrna Lewis <pmlewis@...>
 

*A Genealogical Beginner's Night*

Place: YM-YWHA of North Jersey
Date: Thursday, May 20, 2004
Time: 8:00 pm

Do you believe you can't do research because you never interviewed the
people who are now gone? Do you believe all the records were burned? Join us
to find out why those are myths, and what is available to you for
researching your family. We welcome newcomers to genealogy, as well as more
advanced researchers who are willing to share their experiences.

Several of our experienced members will lead this discussion and answer
questions.

The JGS meetings are held at the YM-YWHA of North Jersey, 1 Pike Drive,
Wayne, NJ. The Charles & Bessie Goldman Library will be open at 7 P.M. to
give those interested a chance to use our extensive resource center and
socialize. The program will begin at 8 P.M. There is no charge for the
program. All are welcome.

Next meeting: Thurs June 17: Catherine Medich, archivist at The NJ State
Archives will speak about "What is Available in Trenton, NJ For
Genealogists"

For dates, information, or directions, contact:
Paul 845-357-5567, Susan 732-752-3384 or Judy 973-226-7049

Check our NEW website: http://mysite.verizon.net/vze2gnpn/index.html


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS North Jersey May 20 meeting #general

Paul & Myrna Lewis <pmlewis@...>
 

*A Genealogical Beginner's Night*

Place: YM-YWHA of North Jersey
Date: Thursday, May 20, 2004
Time: 8:00 pm

Do you believe you can't do research because you never interviewed the
people who are now gone? Do you believe all the records were burned? Join us
to find out why those are myths, and what is available to you for
researching your family. We welcome newcomers to genealogy, as well as more
advanced researchers who are willing to share their experiences.

Several of our experienced members will lead this discussion and answer
questions.

The JGS meetings are held at the YM-YWHA of North Jersey, 1 Pike Drive,
Wayne, NJ. The Charles & Bessie Goldman Library will be open at 7 P.M. to
give those interested a chance to use our extensive resource center and
socialize. The program will begin at 8 P.M. There is no charge for the
program. All are welcome.

Next meeting: Thurs June 17: Catherine Medich, archivist at The NJ State
Archives will speak about "What is Available in Trenton, NJ For
Genealogists"

For dates, information, or directions, contact:
Paul 845-357-5567, Susan 732-752-3384 or Judy 973-226-7049

Check our NEW website: http://mysite.verizon.net/vze2gnpn/index.html


Re: ROM-SIG session in Jerusalem - updated information #romania

Bob Wascou <rwascou@...>
 

Hi ROM-SIGgers,

I have been informed that we have to change our
registration information online in order to have the
ROM-SIG meeting. To do this you need to go to
http://www.jewishgen.org/jerusalem2004 and go to the
"online registration forms" and then double click on
the second choice: "Updating registration and tourist
services forms." >from there, there is a page that
asks for password and email address. The password was
sent with an email acknowledging that one has
registered and that a receipt will be coming by mail
soon. When you get to the page with all the SIGs on
it, you just have to tick off the SIG-ROM meeting.
Please do this as soon as possible.

I you have not registered yet indicate the ROM-SIG
(SIG-ROM) meeting on the form when you register.

Note that they have listed ROM-SIG wrong on their
form. They list it as SIG-ROM.

Bob Wascou
Kishinev Vital Records Project Coordinator.


Romania SIG #Romania Re: ROM-SIG session in Jerusalem - updated information #romania

Bob Wascou <rwascou@...>
 

Hi ROM-SIGgers,

I have been informed that we have to change our
registration information online in order to have the
ROM-SIG meeting. To do this you need to go to
http://www.jewishgen.org/jerusalem2004 and go to the
"online registration forms" and then double click on
the second choice: "Updating registration and tourist
services forms." >from there, there is a page that
asks for password and email address. The password was
sent with an email acknowledging that one has
registered and that a receipt will be coming by mail
soon. When you get to the page with all the SIGs on
it, you just have to tick off the SIG-ROM meeting.
Please do this as soon as possible.

I you have not registered yet indicate the ROM-SIG
(SIG-ROM) meeting on the form when you register.

Note that they have listed ROM-SIG wrong on their
form. They list it as SIG-ROM.

Bob Wascou
Kishinev Vital Records Project Coordinator.


Researching WERBNER , KRANZ,PARNES in Lwow, Stojanow, Rudenko Lackie #galicia

werbner <werbner@...>
 

Szabse WERBNER and Chaje Lea PARNES married in Lwow in 1910. Szabse's
parents were Josef KRANZ and Czarna WERBNER. Chaje's parents were
Samuel KRANZ and Perla PARNES. . Szabse was born in Rudenko Lackie in
1887, Chaje Lea in Stojanow. in 1888.

Josef Werbner, we believe, died in 1910, before Szabse was born.

Szabse and Chaje moved to Vienna and were known there as Schimon and
Klara WERBNER . They were divorced in 1919 or 1920 . Klara perished in
the Holocaust.

Does anyone know anything about Szabse's parents, brothers and sisters
(we believe he was the youngest in a large family), about Chaje's
parents, and any possible connection between Szabse's father Josef
KRANZ and Chaje's father Samuel KRANZ?

All information will be greatly appreciated.

Josef Werbner
Ein Gev 14940
Israel


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Researching WERBNER , KRANZ,PARNES in Lwow, Stojanow, Rudenko Lackie #galicia

werbner <werbner@...>
 

Szabse WERBNER and Chaje Lea PARNES married in Lwow in 1910. Szabse's
parents were Josef KRANZ and Czarna WERBNER. Chaje's parents were
Samuel KRANZ and Perla PARNES. . Szabse was born in Rudenko Lackie in
1887, Chaje Lea in Stojanow. in 1888.

Josef Werbner, we believe, died in 1910, before Szabse was born.

Szabse and Chaje moved to Vienna and were known there as Schimon and
Klara WERBNER . They were divorced in 1919 or 1920 . Klara perished in
the Holocaust.

Does anyone know anything about Szabse's parents, brothers and sisters
(we believe he was the youngest in a large family), about Chaje's
parents, and any possible connection between Szabse's father Josef
KRANZ and Chaje's father Samuel KRANZ?

All information will be greatly appreciated.

Josef Werbner
Ein Gev 14940
Israel


Fw: Sedziscow, Galizien #galicia

Willy Zalmon <wizal@...>
 

Dear Israel Pickholtz,

The phonetically closest Polish word for Sedziscow would be Sedziszow,
disregarding diacritical additions for both the letters e and o.

My search for Sedziszow in Polish sources yields information on 2 towns in
Poland, both in the pre-WW1 Galicia or Galizien.

As JewishGen does not accept attachments I shall email you some additional
information regarding both towns, the one, in Swietokrzyski District,
South-East Poland, having presently (1999) 7 236 inhabitants and the second,
"Sedziszow Malopolski", in the Podkarpacki District, presently (1999) 7 200
inhabitants. This district is situated North-West to the previous one.

Should you need further information a f t e r searching the various data
bases, please contact me directly, (we even work with the same ISP).

Best regards,
Willy Zalmon
wizal@actcom.co.il


A Vienna record lists "Sedziscow, Galizien" as a birthplace for a woman
whom we definitely expected to have been born in East Galicia.

My first instinct was that this is a German spelling of Zydachow (4923
2408). ShtetlSeker gives only one result in Ukraine - Chocieszow (5143
2448) - but many in Poland, none of which means anything to me.

Is there someplace obvious that a German speaker would have been
referring to?

Israel Pickholtz


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Fw: Sedziscow, Galizien #galicia

Willy Zalmon <wizal@...>
 

Dear Israel Pickholtz,

The phonetically closest Polish word for Sedziscow would be Sedziszow,
disregarding diacritical additions for both the letters e and o.

My search for Sedziszow in Polish sources yields information on 2 towns in
Poland, both in the pre-WW1 Galicia or Galizien.

As JewishGen does not accept attachments I shall email you some additional
information regarding both towns, the one, in Swietokrzyski District,
South-East Poland, having presently (1999) 7 236 inhabitants and the second,
"Sedziszow Malopolski", in the Podkarpacki District, presently (1999) 7 200
inhabitants. This district is situated North-West to the previous one.

Should you need further information a f t e r searching the various data
bases, please contact me directly, (we even work with the same ISP).

Best regards,
Willy Zalmon
wizal@actcom.co.il


A Vienna record lists "Sedziscow, Galizien" as a birthplace for a woman
whom we definitely expected to have been born in East Galicia.

My first instinct was that this is a German spelling of Zydachow (4923
2408). ShtetlSeker gives only one result in Ukraine - Chocieszow (5143
2448) - but many in Poland, none of which means anything to me.

Is there someplace obvious that a German speaker would have been
referring to?

Israel Pickholtz