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Re: Lodz Books of Residents #lodz #poland

Donald and Sandra Hirschhorn <sdh2381@...>
 

Perhaps amongst this group there is a grant writer who would be willing to
attempt to obtain a grant for this project.

I know obtaining individual donations would be a very slow process but if
monies were collected perhaps an archivist could be hired on a "as money
becomes available" basis and work his/her way through the books

Sandy Hirschhorn
Boca Raton, FL

----- Original Message -----
From: <Fbussgang@aol.com>
Sent: Thursday, June 09, 2005 9:45 PM

Subject: Books of Residents

Indexing all the Lodz Books of Residents in Lodz would be a fantastic
project, but it is an enormous enormous task.

I have just talked to Stanley Diamond about it. He estimates that there
are
180 volumes, 1440 households, and perhaps 200,000 entries. It could only
be
done by professional archivists in Poland and would cost between $30,000
and
$50,000.


Fay Bussgang
Lexington, MA


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Re: Lodz Books of Residents #lodz #poland

Donald and Sandra Hirschhorn <sdh2381@...>
 

Perhaps amongst this group there is a grant writer who would be willing to
attempt to obtain a grant for this project.

I know obtaining individual donations would be a very slow process but if
monies were collected perhaps an archivist could be hired on a "as money
becomes available" basis and work his/her way through the books

Sandy Hirschhorn
Boca Raton, FL

----- Original Message -----
From: <Fbussgang@aol.com>
Sent: Thursday, June 09, 2005 9:45 PM

Subject: Books of Residents

Indexing all the Lodz Books of Residents in Lodz would be a fantastic
project, but it is an enormous enormous task.

I have just talked to Stanley Diamond about it. He estimates that there
are
180 volumes, 1440 households, and perhaps 200,000 entries. It could only
be
done by professional archivists in Poland and would cost between $30,000
and
$50,000.


Fay Bussgang
Lexington, MA


Re: Lodz Books of Residents #lodz #poland

HJB <hjb@...>
 

Perhaps I missed this piece of information somewhere in this
discussion. What year or years does the Lodz Book of Residents
cover?

Thanks,

Hazel Sandow Boon
Hamilton, ON, Canada
Researching: SADOVSKI/SADOWSKY - Belchatów & Lodz, Poland, NYC;
KANET/KANNETT/KANNATT - Czyzewo, Poland, NYC
HABER - Konyushki & Zurów, Galicia (now Zhuriv, Ukraine), NYC;
STARK - Bóbrka, Galicia (now Ukraine), NYC;

----- Original Message -----
From: "Nicki Chodnoff - On The Go Publishing"

Hello Everyone

Maybe indexing all the Lodz Books of Residents with its 180
volumes, 1440
households and perhaps 200,000 entries is too daunting a task.

However, maybe LARG can set aside an online area for a
database. There,
people who already researched the Lodz Book of Residents could
donate their
information, and as other people obtain information in the
future, they too
can post their information so it can be shared with all Lodz
researchers.

A standardized form should be developed for the compiled
information so it
is easily searched and presented online. As a first thought,
there can be an
area where a copy of the original page >from the Book of
Residents can be
seen along and a part 2 with a place for the translation if
available.

Nicki Chodnoff
Columbus, Ohio
researching ROZENTAL >from Lodz and Dobie; ORCHON >from Lodz,
Dobie, and
Poddebiece; and PARZENCZEWSKA >from Lodz and Ozorkow.


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Re: Lodz Books of Residents #lodz #poland

HJB <hjb@...>
 

Perhaps I missed this piece of information somewhere in this
discussion. What year or years does the Lodz Book of Residents
cover?

Thanks,

Hazel Sandow Boon
Hamilton, ON, Canada
Researching: SADOVSKI/SADOWSKY - Belchatów & Lodz, Poland, NYC;
KANET/KANNETT/KANNATT - Czyzewo, Poland, NYC
HABER - Konyushki & Zurów, Galicia (now Zhuriv, Ukraine), NYC;
STARK - Bóbrka, Galicia (now Ukraine), NYC;

----- Original Message -----
From: "Nicki Chodnoff - On The Go Publishing"

Hello Everyone

Maybe indexing all the Lodz Books of Residents with its 180
volumes, 1440
households and perhaps 200,000 entries is too daunting a task.

However, maybe LARG can set aside an online area for a
database. There,
people who already researched the Lodz Book of Residents could
donate their
information, and as other people obtain information in the
future, they too
can post their information so it can be shared with all Lodz
researchers.

A standardized form should be developed for the compiled
information so it
is easily searched and presented online. As a first thought,
there can be an
area where a copy of the original page >from the Book of
Residents can be
seen along and a part 2 with a place for the translation if
available.

Nicki Chodnoff
Columbus, Ohio
researching ROZENTAL >from Lodz and Dobie; ORCHON >from Lodz,
Dobie, and
Poddebiece; and PARZENCZEWSKA >from Lodz and Ozorkow.


The BODENGER Name? #austria-czech

Gary Yarus <gpyarus@...>
 

My maternal grandfather's surname was BODENGER.
As far as I know he emigrated to the US via New Orleans, although
I have found no "official" records indicating that. I know he raised his
family in New Orleans as did his siblings. Many are buried there.

Beginning with the 1910 Census records his country of origin is listed
as Austria.
Other family members found that hard to believing he came >from Poland.
I recently asked someone >from Poland if BODENGER sounded like a Polish name.
The response was maybe if he is Jewish.

The Austro Hungarian Empire was in existence when he emigrated to the
U.S., so it seems plausible to me he could have come >from anywhere with the
"empire", perhaps >from a German speaking area and the census taker therefore
recorded Austria.

Yet when I search the Internet and other genealogical sources, I find
many references to the name "Bodinger" and very few references to "Bodenger"
and except for a Bodenger family in the northwest, most of those I have found I
reconciled as family members.

So I guess my question is "Is Bodenger a common name in the German speaking
world or in the former Austro Hungarian Empire or was it derived >from something
else?

Your thoughts would be appreciated.

Gary Yarus
gpyarus@sbcglobal.net

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Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech The BODENGER Name? #austria-czech

Gary Yarus <gpyarus@...>
 

My maternal grandfather's surname was BODENGER.
As far as I know he emigrated to the US via New Orleans, although
I have found no "official" records indicating that. I know he raised his
family in New Orleans as did his siblings. Many are buried there.

Beginning with the 1910 Census records his country of origin is listed
as Austria.
Other family members found that hard to believing he came >from Poland.
I recently asked someone >from Poland if BODENGER sounded like a Polish name.
The response was maybe if he is Jewish.

The Austro Hungarian Empire was in existence when he emigrated to the
U.S., so it seems plausible to me he could have come >from anywhere with the
"empire", perhaps >from a German speaking area and the census taker therefore
recorded Austria.

Yet when I search the Internet and other genealogical sources, I find
many references to the name "Bodinger" and very few references to "Bodenger"
and except for a Bodenger family in the northwest, most of those I have found I
reconciled as family members.

So I guess my question is "Is Bodenger a common name in the German speaking
world or in the former Austro Hungarian Empire or was it derived >from something
else?

Your thoughts would be appreciated.

Gary Yarus
gpyarus@sbcglobal.net

MODERATOR NOTE: Good places to start when researching a family name include
the JewishGen Family Finder, the Family Tree of the Jewish People, and the
message archives of the JewishGen Discussion Group and the SIG discussion lists.
Links to all can be found on the JewishGen home page: http://www.jewishgen.org/
In future, please sign all posts, and it is helpful to give your location so
that people responding can offer appropriate suggestions for resources.


Historic Bat Mitzvah in Slavkov/Austerlitz Moravia #austria-czech

Vitdoc@...
 

This is a link to a BBC story that will take you to this historic Bat Mitzvah
in the CZ lands.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/4078856.stm

Thanks
Susan Boyer
LA CA


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Historic Bat Mitzvah in Slavkov/Austerlitz Moravia #austria-czech

Vitdoc@...
 

This is a link to a BBC story that will take you to this historic Bat Mitzvah
in the CZ lands.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/4078856.stm

Thanks
Susan Boyer
LA CA


Better searches (no more 3-character requirement) using Steve Morse's One Step #belarus

Diane Jacobs <kingart@...>
 

GOOD NEWS!!! -- We can now search on a popular commercial genealogy
website without having to put in three characters for the name. Up until now, if you entered a
partial first name or a partial last name, you had to enter at least
three characters. But Steve Morse has written some new code that gets
around this limitation by searching on all combinations of the letters
that we left out.

For example, suppose you want to search for all people with first
initial J and last name Smith. Steve's software will automatically
search for all Smiths with first names starting with Jaa, then Jab, then

Jac, etc. up to Jzz. It might take as much as 5 minutes to get all the
results, but it's automatic -- you submit one search and Steve does 676
searches for you. And if you search for all Smiths with first name
starting with Ja, Steve can do that faster (less than ten seconds)
because he only has to do 26 searches in that case.

To use this feature, go to Steve's website at http://stevemorse.org and
select any of his search forms that use this site (e.g., any of his
passenger search forms other than Ellis Island, and his census
search-by-name form for any census year). Then enter less than three
characters for either the first or last name, and Steve's new software
will kick in, doing repeated searches on your behalf.

If you have any problems with it or questions about it or even comments
about it, please write to Steve directly rather than asking me.
Steve's address is at the top of his website.

- Diane Jacobs
Somerset, NJ


Belarus SIG #Belarus Better searches (no more 3-character requirement) using Steve Morse's One Step #belarus

Diane Jacobs <kingart@...>
 

GOOD NEWS!!! -- We can now search on a popular commercial genealogy
website without having to put in three characters for the name. Up until now, if you entered a
partial first name or a partial last name, you had to enter at least
three characters. But Steve Morse has written some new code that gets
around this limitation by searching on all combinations of the letters
that we left out.

For example, suppose you want to search for all people with first
initial J and last name Smith. Steve's software will automatically
search for all Smiths with first names starting with Jaa, then Jab, then

Jac, etc. up to Jzz. It might take as much as 5 minutes to get all the
results, but it's automatic -- you submit one search and Steve does 676
searches for you. And if you search for all Smiths with first name
starting with Ja, Steve can do that faster (less than ten seconds)
because he only has to do 26 searches in that case.

To use this feature, go to Steve's website at http://stevemorse.org and
select any of his search forms that use this site (e.g., any of his
passenger search forms other than Ellis Island, and his census
search-by-name form for any census year). Then enter less than three
characters for either the first or last name, and Steve's new software
will kick in, doing repeated searches on your behalf.

If you have any problems with it or questions about it or even comments
about it, please write to Steve directly rather than asking me.
Steve's address is at the top of his website.

- Diane Jacobs
Somerset, NJ


Looking for my step aunt Dvora GLASER (from Przemysl) #general

arie meir
 

Hi to all of you

I am looking for people >from Przemysl who were in
the Jewish orphanage ( the name was ochorna or some
thing like this) in the thirties.

My step aunt Dvora Jante GLASER who was born in 1927 and
whose parents were Chaim & Rachel GLASER was in this
orphanage.

In case someone of you knew her or know what
happened to her please contact me.

Arieh Mayer
Haifa Israel
meir1935@netvision.net.il


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for my step aunt Dvora GLASER (from Przemysl) #general

arie meir
 

Hi to all of you

I am looking for people >from Przemysl who were in
the Jewish orphanage ( the name was ochorna or some
thing like this) in the thirties.

My step aunt Dvora Jante GLASER who was born in 1927 and
whose parents were Chaim & Rachel GLASER was in this
orphanage.

In case someone of you knew her or know what
happened to her please contact me.

Arieh Mayer
Haifa Israel
meir1935@netvision.net.il


IGS-June 15: Belarus National Archives in Minsk and more #general

Mathilde Tagger <tagger@...>
 

Hello everyone,

Here are the details of the especially rich program of the next meeting of
the Jerusalem Branch of The Israel Genealogical Society:

Place: Beit Frankfurter, Derekh Beit Lehem 80, Bak'a
Date: Wednesday June 15, 2005
Time: 19.30

Topic 1: A Genealogical Research in Belarus National Archives, Minsk
Topic 2: Taking Jewish Genealogy Academic.- Presenting the International
Institute for Jewish Genealogy and Paul Jacobi Center

The two lectures will be given by Ambassador Dr. Yosef (Neville) Lamdan, a
specialist on Belarus Jewish Genealogy and Director the IIJG

For any further detail, please contact me at: tagger@actcom.co.il

Shalom,
Mathilde Tagger
Israel Genealogical Society
Jerusalem Branch
Visit: www.isragen.org.il


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen IGS-June 15: Belarus National Archives in Minsk and more #general

Mathilde Tagger <tagger@...>
 

Hello everyone,

Here are the details of the especially rich program of the next meeting of
the Jerusalem Branch of The Israel Genealogical Society:

Place: Beit Frankfurter, Derekh Beit Lehem 80, Bak'a
Date: Wednesday June 15, 2005
Time: 19.30

Topic 1: A Genealogical Research in Belarus National Archives, Minsk
Topic 2: Taking Jewish Genealogy Academic.- Presenting the International
Institute for Jewish Genealogy and Paul Jacobi Center

The two lectures will be given by Ambassador Dr. Yosef (Neville) Lamdan, a
specialist on Belarus Jewish Genealogy and Director the IIJG

For any further detail, please contact me at: tagger@actcom.co.il

Shalom,
Mathilde Tagger
Israel Genealogical Society
Jerusalem Branch
Visit: www.isragen.org.il


Re: Theodore Herzl's family #general

AK <alan.kolnik@...>
 

Thanks for this information, Nick, and to all those who replied
individually.

I suspect now that if Fanny Herzl was a relative, she must have been
contemporaneous with his father. We have been able to take a guess at the
time frame - probably born about 1830.

Rgds

Alan


"Nick" < tulse04-news@yahoo.co.uk > wrote:

"AK" < alan.kolnik@add-an-n-before-the-dot-verizo.net > wrote
Does anyone know if there is a family tree for Theodore Herzl's family
accessible on the web? In particular, did he have a sister or other close
relative called Fanny HERZL, who married a Max GEIRINGER in Vienna?


No, he had a sister Paulina according to this website
http://www.jafi.org.il/education/100/herzl2/port2.html

Nick Landau


Minnie Florence Franklin/Franklin family #general

bxzi@...
 

Does anyone know if this Minnie Florence FRANKLIN (who married Sir
Alfred Fernandez YARROW, 1st Baronet in 1875) was a member of the
famous English-Jewish Franklin family?

Is there a website for the FRANKLIN and/or other "Cousinhood" families?

Thanks for everyone's help.

Brooke Morris
bxzi@yahoo.com


US Military Records Open Up #general

Bernard Kouchel <koosh@...>
 

US Military Records Open Up-
Under an agreement with the Pentagon, military personnel files can be
released to the Archives 62 years after a servicemember leaves the military.
Records of those deemed "persons of exceptional prominence" can be released
10 years after their death. A June 2005 release includes only enlisted
sailors and Marines who served between 1885 and 1939. Officer files >from the
Navy and Marines will be released starting in 2036. The first Army and Air
Force service records are to be opened in 2022. World War II records are
another story. A fire in 1973 destroyed 29 million Army records, including
most >from World War II.

o To view records: In person in the research center. Appointments
214.801.0850.

o By mail: Write to National Personnel Records Center,
9700 Page Ave., St.Louis MO 63132-5100.
Copies cost 50c a page. (No e-mail or online records available.)
--
Bernard Kouchel
bkouchel@jewishgen.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Theodore Herzl's family #general

AK <alan.kolnik@...>
 

Thanks for this information, Nick, and to all those who replied
individually.

I suspect now that if Fanny Herzl was a relative, she must have been
contemporaneous with his father. We have been able to take a guess at the
time frame - probably born about 1830.

Rgds

Alan


"Nick" < tulse04-news@yahoo.co.uk > wrote:

"AK" < alan.kolnik@add-an-n-before-the-dot-verizo.net > wrote
Does anyone know if there is a family tree for Theodore Herzl's family
accessible on the web? In particular, did he have a sister or other close
relative called Fanny HERZL, who married a Max GEIRINGER in Vienna?


No, he had a sister Paulina according to this website
http://www.jafi.org.il/education/100/herzl2/port2.html

Nick Landau


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Minnie Florence Franklin/Franklin family #general

bxzi@...
 

Does anyone know if this Minnie Florence FRANKLIN (who married Sir
Alfred Fernandez YARROW, 1st Baronet in 1875) was a member of the
famous English-Jewish Franklin family?

Is there a website for the FRANKLIN and/or other "Cousinhood" families?

Thanks for everyone's help.

Brooke Morris
bxzi@yahoo.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen US Military Records Open Up #general

Bernard Kouchel <koosh@...>
 

US Military Records Open Up-
Under an agreement with the Pentagon, military personnel files can be
released to the Archives 62 years after a servicemember leaves the military.
Records of those deemed "persons of exceptional prominence" can be released
10 years after their death. A June 2005 release includes only enlisted
sailors and Marines who served between 1885 and 1939. Officer files >from the
Navy and Marines will be released starting in 2036. The first Army and Air
Force service records are to be opened in 2022. World War II records are
another story. A fire in 1973 destroyed 29 million Army records, including
most >from World War II.

o To view records: In person in the research center. Appointments
214.801.0850.

o By mail: Write to National Personnel Records Center,
9700 Page Ave., St.Louis MO 63132-5100.
Copies cost 50c a page. (No e-mail or online records available.)
--
Bernard Kouchel
bkouchel@jewishgen.org