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Gurevitch families from Vilna area #lithuania

Roberta Sheps
 

My great-grandmother's maiden name was Rochel Leah Gurvitch (all spelling
variations considered). Her married name was Belovitsky. After marrying
my great grandfather, Zalman Hirsch Belovitsky, she lived in Papiskes
(aka Popishok), which is about 20 m. south of Vilna.

Popishok was too small to hold a Jewish community and I am operating on
theassumption that one of my great-grandparents must have come >from
somewhere not too far away. (There was only one other Jewish family there,
the Goldbergs, and one of my great-aunts married into that family).

Does anyone have any connections with Gurvitch's (or Horowitzes)>from
the Vilna area who might have been my great-grandmother's family?

Roberta Sheps
Colchester, England

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privately.


Help Wanted - Yiddish-to-English translation #lithuania

William Israel <wisrael.im56@...>
 

Your help will be appreciated if you can translate a letter in Yiddish
from my grandfather to my father, written in 1918. The two-page letter
is posted at the ViewMate website - items # VM6932 and VM6933. The
ViewMate site is at http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html.

Thanks if you can help,

Bill Israel

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Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Gurevitch families from Vilna area #lithuania

Roberta Sheps
 

My great-grandmother's maiden name was Rochel Leah Gurvitch (all spelling
variations considered). Her married name was Belovitsky. After marrying
my great grandfather, Zalman Hirsch Belovitsky, she lived in Papiskes
(aka Popishok), which is about 20 m. south of Vilna.

Popishok was too small to hold a Jewish community and I am operating on
theassumption that one of my great-grandparents must have come >from
somewhere not too far away. (There was only one other Jewish family there,
the Goldbergs, and one of my great-aunts married into that family).

Does anyone have any connections with Gurvitch's (or Horowitzes)>from
the Vilna area who might have been my great-grandmother's family?

Roberta Sheps
Colchester, England

MODERATOR'S NOTE: If you have family connections, please respond
privately.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Help Wanted - Yiddish-to-English translation #lithuania

William Israel <wisrael.im56@...>
 

Your help will be appreciated if you can translate a letter in Yiddish
from my grandfather to my father, written in 1918. The two-page letter
is posted at the ViewMate website - items # VM6932 and VM6933. The
ViewMate site is at http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html.

Thanks if you can help,

Bill Israel

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Re: missing Ellis Island manifest #general

Joan Parker <joanparker@...>
 

I'm surprised the moderators didn't add as an informative moderator's note as
they sometimes do to postings, in this case, information about Steve Morse's
site under Ellis Island on JewishGen:

Missing Manifests
Direct Access to Ellis Island Manifest in One Step

There you will find:
"The links in the Ellis Island database to many of the scanned images of the
original manifests are either broken or missing (see the 400-series questions
on faq page). "
and it will give you information on how to find the missing manifest.

Shalom,
Joanie

Joan Parker, Immediate Past President
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.
joanparker@intergate.com
Searching: GOLDBERG, GOODSTEIN, BERGER-Plock, Poland/Russia and Brooklyn, NY;
PINKUS, WINOGRAD, ROSEN-Brest, Litovsk; Grodno, Russia maybe Odessa, Ukraine,
Bronx and Brooklyn, NY;
GELFAND, YEHUDIS, KATZ-Minsk, Bronx, NY, Miami and Miami Beach, FL.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: missing Ellis Island manifest #general

Joan Parker <joanparker@...>
 

I'm surprised the moderators didn't add as an informative moderator's note as
they sometimes do to postings, in this case, information about Steve Morse's
site under Ellis Island on JewishGen:

Missing Manifests
Direct Access to Ellis Island Manifest in One Step

There you will find:
"The links in the Ellis Island database to many of the scanned images of the
original manifests are either broken or missing (see the 400-series questions
on faq page). "
and it will give you information on how to find the missing manifest.

Shalom,
Joanie

Joan Parker, Immediate Past President
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.
joanparker@intergate.com
Searching: GOLDBERG, GOODSTEIN, BERGER-Plock, Poland/Russia and Brooklyn, NY;
PINKUS, WINOGRAD, ROSEN-Brest, Litovsk; Grodno, Russia maybe Odessa, Ukraine,
Bronx and Brooklyn, NY;
GELFAND, YEHUDIS, KATZ-Minsk, Bronx, NY, Miami and Miami Beach, FL.


Re: scandinavia digest: October 10, 2005 #scandinavia

Robert Zavos <rzavos@...>
 

http://www.arkion.se/

This is a paid service but seems reasonable to me for what you get. You may
have to guess on names and/or go systematically go through the alphabet or
birth year, etc. You can do much of the searching to identify possibilities
without paying.

Robert Zavos
searching Zawoznik >from Raczki, Suwalkii
(Savosnick in Norway/Sweden)
Pittsburgh PA USA


Original message:
--------------------------------
From: "Michael Cramer" <MCramer@arcusa.com>
...snip...
Question: how would I go about finding Swedish records (birth/census, =
etc.) of these people.=A0 I assume that there weren't very many Jews in =
Malmo around 1880.=A0 In addition, does the Jewish community of Malmo =
have any records >from this period that would help me (i.e. synagogue =
lists)?
-----------------------------------


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia RE: scandinavia digest: October 10, 2005 #scandinavia

Robert Zavos <rzavos@...>
 

http://www.arkion.se/

This is a paid service but seems reasonable to me for what you get. You may
have to guess on names and/or go systematically go through the alphabet or
birth year, etc. You can do much of the searching to identify possibilities
without paying.

Robert Zavos
searching Zawoznik >from Raczki, Suwalkii
(Savosnick in Norway/Sweden)
Pittsburgh PA USA


Original message:
--------------------------------
From: "Michael Cramer" <MCramer@arcusa.com>
...snip...
Question: how would I go about finding Swedish records (birth/census, =
etc.) of these people.=A0 I assume that there weren't very many Jews in =
Malmo around 1880.=A0 In addition, does the Jewish community of Malmo =
have any records >from this period that would help me (i.e. synagogue =
lists)?
-----------------------------------


Re: scandinavia digest: October 10, 2005 #scandinavia

norman.poser@...
 

Dear Mr. Cramer:

I would be interested in learning the same information, since I believe
that my great uncle, Salomon Marcus Salomon, lived in Malmo in the early
1890s and died there in 1893. I would be most grateful if you would pass
on to me any information you may learn about sources of information in
Malmo.

Sincerely,

Norman Poser
New York, NY

---------------------------------
Michael Cramer <MCramer@arcusa.com> wrote:
...snip...
Question: how would I go about finding Swedish records (birth/census, =
etc.) of these people.=A0 I assume that there weren't very many Jews in =
Malmo around 1880.=A0 In addition, does the Jewish community of Malmo =
have any records >from this period that would help me (i.e. synagogue =
lists)?
--------------------------------


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Re: scandinavia digest: October 10, 2005 #scandinavia

norman.poser@...
 

Dear Mr. Cramer:

I would be interested in learning the same information, since I believe
that my great uncle, Salomon Marcus Salomon, lived in Malmo in the early
1890s and died there in 1893. I would be most grateful if you would pass
on to me any information you may learn about sources of information in
Malmo.

Sincerely,

Norman Poser
New York, NY

---------------------------------
Michael Cramer <MCramer@arcusa.com> wrote:
...snip...
Question: how would I go about finding Swedish records (birth/census, =
etc.) of these people.=A0 I assume that there weren't very many Jews in =
Malmo around 1880.=A0 In addition, does the Jewish community of Malmo =
have any records >from this period that would help me (i.e. synagogue =
lists)?
--------------------------------


Re: Malmo Sweden - Jewish Genealogy #scandinavia

Simon Tardell
 

Michael Cramer wrote:

Question: how would I go about finding Swedish records (birth/census,
etc.) of these people. I assume that there weren't very many Jews in
Malmo around 1880. In addition, does the Jewish community of Malmo
have any records >from this period that would help me (i.e. synagogue
lists)?
...snip...
There are parish records for the Jewish community in Malmö between 1879
and 1910 (before and after that period, Jews and other "dissenters"
were registered in the territorial parishes they lived in). Note that
many Jews were registered in the territorial parishes anyway (I'm not
sure, but I seem to remember non-citizens could not be members of the
Jewish community during some period. At least that was the case in
Stockholm). For the Jewish records, you have to obtain permission >from
the Jewish community in Malmö before you can access them at the Malmö
city archive. As far as I know, they haven't been digitized yet. The
territorial parishes to consider are Malmö S:t Petri and Caroli.

Other sources would be the censuses of 1870 and 1880. Unfortunately
those years are not online for Malmöhus county. Also, every year the
parishes sent statistics to SCB, the statistics bureau. These include
the names of immigrees and emigrees. (That would be the territorial
parishes). Also not digitized, I believe.

The indexes of the Swedish archives are available at www.svar.ra.se. It
helps if you know Swedish, but to get you started: "research" is
"forska". :)

Simon Tardell,
Stockholm, Sweden.


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Re: Malmo Sweden - Jewish Genealogy #scandinavia

Simon Tardell
 

Michael Cramer wrote:

Question: how would I go about finding Swedish records (birth/census,
etc.) of these people. I assume that there weren't very many Jews in
Malmo around 1880. In addition, does the Jewish community of Malmo
have any records >from this period that would help me (i.e. synagogue
lists)?
...snip...
There are parish records for the Jewish community in Malmö between 1879
and 1910 (before and after that period, Jews and other "dissenters"
were registered in the territorial parishes they lived in). Note that
many Jews were registered in the territorial parishes anyway (I'm not
sure, but I seem to remember non-citizens could not be members of the
Jewish community during some period. At least that was the case in
Stockholm). For the Jewish records, you have to obtain permission >from
the Jewish community in Malmö before you can access them at the Malmö
city archive. As far as I know, they haven't been digitized yet. The
territorial parishes to consider are Malmö S:t Petri and Caroli.

Other sources would be the censuses of 1870 and 1880. Unfortunately
those years are not online for Malmöhus county. Also, every year the
parishes sent statistics to SCB, the statistics bureau. These include
the names of immigrees and emigrees. (That would be the territorial
parishes). Also not digitized, I believe.

The indexes of the Swedish archives are available at www.svar.ra.se. It
helps if you know Swedish, but to get you started: "research" is
"forska". :)

Simon Tardell,
Stockholm, Sweden.


Translation of one word of Hebrew (on Viewmate VM6917) #general

Laurence Harris <laurence@...>
 

I have a UK Chief Rabbi's Marriage Authorization document of 1895. There is
ONE word of Hebrew that I do not recognize, and I would appreciate any help
with the translation of this word into English.

The document can be seen on Viewmate(VM6917)using:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6917

The word required is the second word (or name) commencing Yud-Ayin -... on
the line "Will attend Wedding".

I would like to know the Hebrew word and (if appropriate its translation).
It is probably the Hebrew name of an unmarried brother of the groom.

Please note - I am able to translate all of the other Hebrew words on the
document (so I do not need a full translation of the document - just one
word).

Please reply privately (as is usual for Viewmate replies).

Many Thanks.
Laurence Harris
Pinner, Middlesex, England
Laurence@LizLo.com
Researching: LEVY family of Passover Cake Bakers of London.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Translation of one word of Hebrew (on Viewmate VM6917) #general

Laurence Harris <laurence@...>
 

I have a UK Chief Rabbi's Marriage Authorization document of 1895. There is
ONE word of Hebrew that I do not recognize, and I would appreciate any help
with the translation of this word into English.

The document can be seen on Viewmate(VM6917)using:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6917

The word required is the second word (or name) commencing Yud-Ayin -... on
the line "Will attend Wedding".

I would like to know the Hebrew word and (if appropriate its translation).
It is probably the Hebrew name of an unmarried brother of the groom.

Please note - I am able to translate all of the other Hebrew words on the
document (so I do not need a full translation of the document - just one
word).

Please reply privately (as is usual for Viewmate replies).

Many Thanks.
Laurence Harris
Pinner, Middlesex, England
Laurence@LizLo.com
Researching: LEVY family of Passover Cake Bakers of London.


Beth David Cemetery #general

Sam Schleman <Samara99@...>
 

Hello all;

I have been helping one of our brethren >from Israel in locating the death
certificate and the cemetery where his grandfather's brother is buried. I
have traced the paperwork, but he also needs a photo of the gravestone.

The grandfather's brother is buried at Beth David in Elmont. I live in
Philadelphia and am unlikely to be going that way for some time.

If someone is going to Beth David in the near future and would be willing to
take a photograph, please contact me off-list.

Thanks.

Sam

Sam Schleman
Malvern, PA
Samara99@comcast.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Beth David Cemetery #general

Sam Schleman <Samara99@...>
 

Hello all;

I have been helping one of our brethren >from Israel in locating the death
certificate and the cemetery where his grandfather's brother is buried. I
have traced the paperwork, but he also needs a photo of the gravestone.

The grandfather's brother is buried at Beth David in Elmont. I live in
Philadelphia and am unlikely to be going that way for some time.

If someone is going to Beth David in the near future and would be willing to
take a photograph, please contact me off-list.

Thanks.

Sam

Sam Schleman
Malvern, PA
Samara99@comcast.net


Posting problem #general

Franky <N.Landau@...>
 

I apologise for writing to the group to see whether anyone is having
any problems posting via Outlook Express, rather than through Google or
similar, which is what I am doing now.

I have no problems posting to other newsgroups.

If anyone is could they email me please so that we can share
information about the problem.

Nick Landau
London, UK

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Posting problem #general

Franky <N.Landau@...>
 

I apologise for writing to the group to see whether anyone is having
any problems posting via Outlook Express, rather than through Google or
similar, which is what I am doing now.

I have no problems posting to other newsgroups.

If anyone is could they email me please so that we can share
information about the problem.

Nick Landau
London, UK

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Re: Old photos of non-relations #general

David Edelman <pappapeach@...>
 

I would suggest saving the pictures. Even if your particular relitaves
are not in every picture, these are people who your family did
obviously have contact with, and there may be other pictures of them
with your relatives. This helps put into a bigger, better picture of
"Who is my family, where did we come from."
Also, these days, it is much easier to scan the pictures, and share
them with who you may find are family of these other people. These
people then may also have forgotten pictures of your family, that
they, then will be more willing to share with you.
So, deffinetly save them, preserve them, and share them with whoever
can be identified with who are family of the people in the pictures.

David Edelman
San Francisco.
Searching: EDELMAN; DUNN;FEINSTEIN; STEIN; ZAGAROFF; latvia.
ALLEN; ARNOFF; FRAIDENBERG; G(H)ENIKOVA; Poland.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Old photos of non-relations #general

David Edelman <pappapeach@...>
 

I would suggest saving the pictures. Even if your particular relitaves
are not in every picture, these are people who your family did
obviously have contact with, and there may be other pictures of them
with your relatives. This helps put into a bigger, better picture of
"Who is my family, where did we come from."
Also, these days, it is much easier to scan the pictures, and share
them with who you may find are family of these other people. These
people then may also have forgotten pictures of your family, that
they, then will be more willing to share with you.
So, deffinetly save them, preserve them, and share them with whoever
can be identified with who are family of the people in the pictures.

David Edelman
San Francisco.
Searching: EDELMAN; DUNN;FEINSTEIN; STEIN; ZAGAROFF; latvia.
ALLEN; ARNOFF; FRAIDENBERG; G(H)ENIKOVA; Poland.