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translation from Hungarian needed #hungary

PBethWeiss@...
 

Dear folks,
I was grateful to learn that some civil records for Tomor can be found
within the records >from Homrogd...and then I found some records there for family
members! I would very much appreciate translation help.
I have posted the death record for Fani Weisz (parts 1 and 2) on View Mate.
The links are below.
Please reply to me off list at _pbethweiss@aol.com_
(mailto:pbethweiss@aol.com)

_http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7000_
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7000)
_http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7001_
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7001)

Thank you very much in advance for your help.
-Paula Weiss
New York


Re: Searching for Holocaust survivors #hungary

גירון
 

Hello,

I was lucky just this summer.
I found my mother's first cousin's wife.
I found in the ITS records (the copy of Yad-va-Shem) a lady who had an
address in Budapest in 1946, according to the data I thought she was married
to my mother's first cousin.
According to Yad-Va-Shem my mother's cousin died (the testimony giver was
another cousin no longer alive).
She was 29 in 1946 so I hoped she remarried and was happy but still I wanted
to see if she (being much older then my mother) could remember things about
the family.
I did a complex search in Yad-Va-Shem and found some testimony pages given
in 1993 by a lady (not the one I was looking for) about 2 man: one her late
father and one her late husband.
This young man seemed to be the brother of the lady I was looking for.
I located the testimony page giver and through her, the lady in question!!!!
(With much help >from fellow genealogists to whom I can't thank enough).

I think we are in the last "window of time" in which we could still locate
the survivors alive (before they die of old age) and see if they can tell
anything new.

Nava Giron
Israel


Hungary SIG #Hungary translation from Hungarian needed #hungary

PBethWeiss@...
 

Dear folks,
I was grateful to learn that some civil records for Tomor can be found
within the records >from Homrogd...and then I found some records there for family
members! I would very much appreciate translation help.
I have posted the death record for Fani Weisz (parts 1 and 2) on View Mate.
The links are below.
Please reply to me off list at _pbethweiss@aol.com_
(mailto:pbethweiss@aol.com)

_http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7000_
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7000)
_http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7001_
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7001)

Thank you very much in advance for your help.
-Paula Weiss
New York


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Searching for Holocaust survivors #hungary

גירון
 

Hello,

I was lucky just this summer.
I found my mother's first cousin's wife.
I found in the ITS records (the copy of Yad-va-Shem) a lady who had an
address in Budapest in 1946, according to the data I thought she was married
to my mother's first cousin.
According to Yad-Va-Shem my mother's cousin died (the testimony giver was
another cousin no longer alive).
She was 29 in 1946 so I hoped she remarried and was happy but still I wanted
to see if she (being much older then my mother) could remember things about
the family.
I did a complex search in Yad-Va-Shem and found some testimony pages given
in 1993 by a lady (not the one I was looking for) about 2 man: one her late
father and one her late husband.
This young man seemed to be the brother of the lady I was looking for.
I located the testimony page giver and through her, the lady in question!!!!
(With much help >from fellow genealogists to whom I can't thank enough).

I think we are in the last "window of time" in which we could still locate
the survivors alive (before they die of old age) and see if they can tell
anything new.

Nava Giron
Israel


Searching Lorincz Izsak Rabbi of Nagyoroszi #hungary

micla5@...
 

I would appreciate your helping me with my research regarding my family.
My grandfather Lorincz Izsak son of Leopold (Josef Arye) and Sara
(Sheindl) was born in 1849 in Transylvania in Kissebes, or in Fellegret
near Szilagysomlo.
I have been having difficulties in locating these places, and also in
finding information regarding his family.

I know that he has studied in the Yeshiva in Sziget.and at the age of
20; he studied in FOLDES, Hungary, and then moved to Ballasagyarmat,
where he continued with his studies. In 1876 he married Dvora Kalman. In
1879, he became the Rabbi of Nagyoroszi, and in Nogradmegye
. Recently I discovered that he had a brother and a sister
His brother, whose given name I don't know- lived in Miskolc and was a
lawyer or a bank manager
I don't know if he had any surviving children.

He might have passed away before the holocaust .maybe it is possible to
locate his tombstone in the Jewish cemetery in Miskolc. ?
Do you know how I can locate a list of tombstones, or any other
documents that can be of help to me?

Regarding his sister RIVKE the only thing I know is that she was living
in BUDAPEST in the VII district, widowed at a young age and had two
educated daughters that were responsible for a shop -selling tobacco,
newspapers, stamps etc. which was called in Hungarian "Traffik".=20
Do you have any suggestions on how to find any information about them?
Your assistance will be very much appreciated.

Miri Klein

Moderator: Moderator has revised the subject line to provide specific information regarding inquiry.


* little secrets about LDS searching (was: 1869 Census) #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Folks,

We all appreciate how wonderful LDS' site is and how much it helps us in our search. But sometimes searching it is indeed difficult.

However, I discovered a manner of searching which is unbeatable and produces very accurate results. Instead of using place searches, I search a place using the "keyword" search feature. It produces fantastic results. In the case of Dominique's search, all one has to do is to enter the word "Ersekujvar" and one gets all the LDS repositories which contain that town.

The nice thing is that this kind of search can be conducted with no regard to accents. The search engine will find the results for "Ersekujvar" and, as a matter of fact, it wont produce any results if one enters the accented spelling "Erse'kujv'ar"

A second trick is how one facilitates searching very long film listings. The normal search brings up 50 items by page and then you have to navigate with the "next film notes" link to browse through the other pages. In the case of the 1869 Nitra census, there are 624 film entries, so this method would lead to searching and browsing 13 pages.

Here is the trick to avoid that: at the first page's link - a long URL address - add the following string:
&first=1&last=624
and hit enter,

and, voila, you will get all the 624 entries on *one single page*. This takes a bit longer to show the page but >from there on, and the example in case, all one has to do is to use the browser's "Find" function to discover the 6 films for Ersekujvar.

A piece of cake ;-)
Tom

At 01:00 -0500 24.10.2005, H-SIG digest wrote:
Subject: 1869 Census
From: "Michael Miller" <mmillermrpjd@hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 23 Oct 2005 15:14:06 -0700
X-Message-Number: 3

Most records for 1869 are not principally catalogued by town, but by County.
It is not difficult to enter a County name (Nyitra here) into the "place
search" which will bring up a list of Nyitra places, the first of which has
no sub-listing (Hungary, Nyitra). Clicking on that link brings up three
county-wide records, one of which is the 1869 Census. Clicking on that
link, and then on "show film notes" brings up the 624 entries for places on
the films. One has to sort through them (unless you can take a short cut by
knowing the Slovakian district (Jaras) to move around faster).
--
-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-
Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil


Hungary SIG #Hungary Searching Lorincz Izsak Rabbi of Nagyoroszi #hungary

micla5@...
 

I would appreciate your helping me with my research regarding my family.
My grandfather Lorincz Izsak son of Leopold (Josef Arye) and Sara
(Sheindl) was born in 1849 in Transylvania in Kissebes, or in Fellegret
near Szilagysomlo.
I have been having difficulties in locating these places, and also in
finding information regarding his family.

I know that he has studied in the Yeshiva in Sziget.and at the age of
20; he studied in FOLDES, Hungary, and then moved to Ballasagyarmat,
where he continued with his studies. In 1876 he married Dvora Kalman. In
1879, he became the Rabbi of Nagyoroszi, and in Nogradmegye
. Recently I discovered that he had a brother and a sister
His brother, whose given name I don't know- lived in Miskolc and was a
lawyer or a bank manager
I don't know if he had any surviving children.

He might have passed away before the holocaust .maybe it is possible to
locate his tombstone in the Jewish cemetery in Miskolc. ?
Do you know how I can locate a list of tombstones, or any other
documents that can be of help to me?

Regarding his sister RIVKE the only thing I know is that she was living
in BUDAPEST in the VII district, widowed at a young age and had two
educated daughters that were responsible for a shop -selling tobacco,
newspapers, stamps etc. which was called in Hungarian "Traffik".=20
Do you have any suggestions on how to find any information about them?
Your assistance will be very much appreciated.

Miri Klein

Moderator: Moderator has revised the subject line to provide specific information regarding inquiry.


Hungary SIG #Hungary * little secrets about LDS searching (was: 1869 Census) #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Folks,

We all appreciate how wonderful LDS' site is and how much it helps us in our search. But sometimes searching it is indeed difficult.

However, I discovered a manner of searching which is unbeatable and produces very accurate results. Instead of using place searches, I search a place using the "keyword" search feature. It produces fantastic results. In the case of Dominique's search, all one has to do is to enter the word "Ersekujvar" and one gets all the LDS repositories which contain that town.

The nice thing is that this kind of search can be conducted with no regard to accents. The search engine will find the results for "Ersekujvar" and, as a matter of fact, it wont produce any results if one enters the accented spelling "Erse'kujv'ar"

A second trick is how one facilitates searching very long film listings. The normal search brings up 50 items by page and then you have to navigate with the "next film notes" link to browse through the other pages. In the case of the 1869 Nitra census, there are 624 film entries, so this method would lead to searching and browsing 13 pages.

Here is the trick to avoid that: at the first page's link - a long URL address - add the following string:
&first=1&last=624
and hit enter,

and, voila, you will get all the 624 entries on *one single page*. This takes a bit longer to show the page but >from there on, and the example in case, all one has to do is to use the browser's "Find" function to discover the 6 films for Ersekujvar.

A piece of cake ;-)
Tom

At 01:00 -0500 24.10.2005, H-SIG digest wrote:
Subject: 1869 Census
From: "Michael Miller" <mmillermrpjd@hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 23 Oct 2005 15:14:06 -0700
X-Message-Number: 3

Most records for 1869 are not principally catalogued by town, but by County.
It is not difficult to enter a County name (Nyitra here) into the "place
search" which will bring up a list of Nyitra places, the first of which has
no sub-listing (Hungary, Nyitra). Clicking on that link brings up three
county-wide records, one of which is the 1869 Census. Clicking on that
link, and then on "show film notes" brings up the 624 entries for places on
the films. One has to sort through them (unless you can take a short cut by
knowing the Slovakian district (Jaras) to move around faster).
--
-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-
Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil


Rutki-Kossaki #poland

Avigdor&Laia <lbendov@...>
 

Are there any survivors or descendents of survivors or expatriates >from the
town of Rutki-Kossaki who would be interested in a Yizkorbook project?
According to Ada Holtzman's page, there were 713 Jews in that community
prior to WWII and there is a Pinkas article or mention of the town, but no
Yizkorbook. Is this correct? I would be interested myself in finding more
information about the Jews having lived there than is provided by the
Pinkas.

Avigdor Ben-Dov
Director of Special Projects
Yad LeZehava Holocaust Research Institute
Kedumim Israel

RUTKIEWICZ, SUSMAN, NURZYCZ, SOLARZ

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


JRI Poland #Poland Rutki-Kossaki #poland

Avigdor&Laia <lbendov@...>
 

Are there any survivors or descendents of survivors or expatriates >from the
town of Rutki-Kossaki who would be interested in a Yizkorbook project?
According to Ada Holtzman's page, there were 713 Jews in that community
prior to WWII and there is a Pinkas article or mention of the town, but no
Yizkorbook. Is this correct? I would be interested myself in finding more
information about the Jews having lived there than is provided by the
Pinkas.

Avigdor Ben-Dov
Director of Special Projects
Yad LeZehava Holocaust Research Institute
Kedumim Israel

RUTKIEWICZ, SUSMAN, NURZYCZ, SOLARZ

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


searching: NOWOWEZYCKI #poland

marty <meyers01@...>
 

In 1829, Basia SZMALC married Herszek NOWOWEZYCKI in Przasnysz, north
of Warsaw.

If this sounds familiar, please contact me privately at
<meyers01@comcast.net>

Marty Meyers


JRI Poland #Poland searching: NOWOWEZYCKI #poland

marty <meyers01@...>
 

In 1829, Basia SZMALC married Herszek NOWOWEZYCKI in Przasnysz, north
of Warsaw.

If this sounds familiar, please contact me privately at
<meyers01@comcast.net>

Marty Meyers


Re: Looking for Joseph WEISZ #hungary

Robert Neu
 

Weisz is the most common Jewish Hungarian Surname.
Joseph is one of the most common first name. If you
want some response you need to give some more
specifics, such as where he was born, his parents and
or children name, the name of his wife and whatever
else you can gather.
Robert

--- Ruben Weiser <weiser@ar.inter.net> wrote:

Hi to all.

I am looking for Joseph WEISZ or any decendent.
He is my grandfather cousin.
He lived in kispest before the war
He may be now 85 years old.
the last time my grandfather met him was in
budapest after the war.
he survived with some with his small childrens.

any body know anything about him?

thanks
Ruben WEISER
Buenos Aires.
ARGENTINA

Moderator: Have you checked the All Hungary
Database or JewishGen's Holocaust Databases at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/? It's
much easier for us to help you with your research if
you give us some information about the resources
that you have already examined.


Re: Looking for Armin HONIG or piszta HONIG #hungary

Robert Neu
 

Same general idea as for Joseph Weisz, though Armin
Honig is less common. If they met in Paris, where did
they live, why and when did they meet.
Robert

--- Ruben Weiser <weiser@ar.inter.net> wrote:

Hi to all.

I am looking for Armin HONIG (ha cohen) or a
decendent.
He is my grandmother's cousin and lived in
Debrecen before the war.
The last time she met him was just after the war
in Paris.
He has at least a son named Piszta.
He may be now aprox 85 years old

Anybody know anything about him?

Thanks

Ruben WEISER
Buenos Aires
ARGENTINA

Moderator: Have you checked JewishGen's Holocaust
databases?


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Looking for Joseph WEISZ #hungary

Robert Neu
 

Weisz is the most common Jewish Hungarian Surname.
Joseph is one of the most common first name. If you
want some response you need to give some more
specifics, such as where he was born, his parents and
or children name, the name of his wife and whatever
else you can gather.
Robert

--- Ruben Weiser <weiser@ar.inter.net> wrote:

Hi to all.

I am looking for Joseph WEISZ or any decendent.
He is my grandfather cousin.
He lived in kispest before the war
He may be now 85 years old.
the last time my grandfather met him was in
budapest after the war.
he survived with some with his small childrens.

any body know anything about him?

thanks
Ruben WEISER
Buenos Aires.
ARGENTINA

Moderator: Have you checked the All Hungary
Database or JewishGen's Holocaust Databases at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/? It's
much easier for us to help you with your research if
you give us some information about the resources
that you have already examined.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Looking for Armin HONIG or piszta HONIG #hungary

Robert Neu
 

Same general idea as for Joseph Weisz, though Armin
Honig is less common. If they met in Paris, where did
they live, why and when did they meet.
Robert

--- Ruben Weiser <weiser@ar.inter.net> wrote:

Hi to all.

I am looking for Armin HONIG (ha cohen) or a
decendent.
He is my grandmother's cousin and lived in
Debrecen before the war.
The last time she met him was just after the war
in Paris.
He has at least a son named Piszta.
He may be now aprox 85 years old

Anybody know anything about him?

Thanks

Ruben WEISER
Buenos Aires
ARGENTINA

Moderator: Have you checked JewishGen's Holocaust
databases?


Abram Moise #france

Doug Mason
 

My wife's great-grandmother was born in 1872 in Boulens, Switzerland to an
unmarried couple. As a result, ggm was given her mother's surname, Guex.

My wife's family has no known Jewish ancestry, but ggm's father was named
Abram Moise.

Can I assume this man was definitely Jewish?

Doug Mason
Melbourne
Australia

--
Using Opera's revolutionary e-mail client: http://www.opera.com/mail/


French SIG #France Abram Moise #france

Doug Mason
 

My wife's great-grandmother was born in 1872 in Boulens, Switzerland to an
unmarried couple. As a result, ggm was given her mother's surname, Guex.

My wife's family has no known Jewish ancestry, but ggm's father was named
Abram Moise.

Can I assume this man was definitely Jewish?

Doug Mason
Melbourne
Australia

--
Using Opera's revolutionary e-mail client: http://www.opera.com/mail/


Re: Schul on Stone Ave #general

Gert Lord <gitty1@...>
 

I, too would like to know. I was born on Stone Ave near New Lots. Gert
Lord Yellow Springs Oh


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Schul on Stone Ave #general

Gert Lord <gitty1@...>
 

I, too would like to know. I was born on Stone Ave near New Lots. Gert
Lord Yellow Springs Oh