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Ravensbruck List #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

There is a website at=20
http://www.persimmonpress.com/ravensbruck/lists.htm that includes a transcription of names >from several original documents including:

(a) women listed in the document "Deceased Jewish women at the end of the war" at the Military historical archive in Prague;
(b) women, men Jews and non-Jews listed in the Registry of former Slovak prisoners in Ravensbruck, who were still alive in 1996 with=20
additional names compiled by E. Panovova and G. Milchova;
(c) men entered in the List of Slovak Jews and non-Jews in the men's camp (Archivum Glownej komisii badania... Warszava; KL Ravensbruck,=20
Syn. 49 - 51)

I found a misspelled version of the name of my father's first cousin Paula Moskovits Jakubovits who perished at Ravensbruck. Paula was the=20=

daughter of my great-uncle Armin (Tzvi ben Mordechai) Moskovits and Fani (Feiga) Weiss. I didn't know about her until I saw their grave=20
marker in Michalovce, which also memorializes Paula. After returning >from my trip to Slovakia, I learned that Paula was born in Szobrancz in=20=

April 1908. She had a brother Jeno born in July 1905. I am still trying to find out whether he was a survivor.

According to a Page of Testimony that was filed by Magda Erdohani, a now deceased cousin of Paula's who was a doctor in London. Paula was=20
married to Bela Jakubovics and lived in Budapest and Bratislava before being deported to Ravensbruck.

If you have information about Magda Erdohani, who was a physician in London, or Bela Jakubovics, please contact me off-list.

I have been in contact with the step-son of Dr. Ema Panova who helped to create this list. Dr. Panova survived Ravensbruck and now lives in=20=
Ravensbruck. He has sent me the list of revisions to the on-line list that is included below.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA

Updated July 10th 2000 by VWR(added Hellerova Alzbeta, Teichnerova
Bozena and Neumanova-Votavova Eva
Updated July 11th 2000 by VWR(added Karas Ondrej ml.
Updated July 13th 2000 by VWR(added Mittwerda info
Updated July 26th 2000 by VWR
Updated November 15th 2000 by VWR (added name Vajnorska Ruzena)
Updated Feb 10th 2001 added link to "Deceased..."
Updated Feb 18h 2001 added Juraj Salamon
Updated May 1st 2001 added Guttmannova Rozalia
Updated May 2nd 2001 added : Mudr. Popperova Lili,Sussova
Lydia,Strassmanova Frantiska,Kufflerova Alzbeta, Dohanova from
Vrboveho,Folkmanova
Alzbeta,Ardova Ruzena,
Updated January 25th 2004 added : Kemeny Esther, Jakubovicova Rosa ,
Updated February 5th 2005 added : Lefkovitsova Alzbeta (Zuza), Lefkovits
Ivan,
Updated June 25th 2005 added : Ludwig Holl=E4nder,Elza Holl=E4nderova =
rod.
Bratmannova, Egon Holl=E4nder, Zuza Jakubovicova, matka
Zuzy Jakubovicovej
Updated November7th 2005 change spellinog of Morkovitz Paula to=20
Moskovits
Paula


seeking: Treuhaft Family #hungary

Frishmechlis <frishmechlis@...>
 

My ggfather Ignaz Kaufer had a daughter Jetti, born in Bratislava, and
married David Treuhaft. Their daughter Martha, born in Frauenkirchen,
Austria, 1915, married Erich Goldlust. All three and their children had been
nurdered 1944 in Kremnicka, Slovakia.

Karl Frish
Hod-Hasharon
Israel


Hungary SIG #Hungary Ravensbruck List #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

There is a website at=20
http://www.persimmonpress.com/ravensbruck/lists.htm that includes a transcription of names >from several original documents including:

(a) women listed in the document "Deceased Jewish women at the end of the war" at the Military historical archive in Prague;
(b) women, men Jews and non-Jews listed in the Registry of former Slovak prisoners in Ravensbruck, who were still alive in 1996 with=20
additional names compiled by E. Panovova and G. Milchova;
(c) men entered in the List of Slovak Jews and non-Jews in the men's camp (Archivum Glownej komisii badania... Warszava; KL Ravensbruck,=20
Syn. 49 - 51)

I found a misspelled version of the name of my father's first cousin Paula Moskovits Jakubovits who perished at Ravensbruck. Paula was the=20=

daughter of my great-uncle Armin (Tzvi ben Mordechai) Moskovits and Fani (Feiga) Weiss. I didn't know about her until I saw their grave=20
marker in Michalovce, which also memorializes Paula. After returning >from my trip to Slovakia, I learned that Paula was born in Szobrancz in=20=

April 1908. She had a brother Jeno born in July 1905. I am still trying to find out whether he was a survivor.

According to a Page of Testimony that was filed by Magda Erdohani, a now deceased cousin of Paula's who was a doctor in London. Paula was=20
married to Bela Jakubovics and lived in Budapest and Bratislava before being deported to Ravensbruck.

If you have information about Magda Erdohani, who was a physician in London, or Bela Jakubovics, please contact me off-list.

I have been in contact with the step-son of Dr. Ema Panova who helped to create this list. Dr. Panova survived Ravensbruck and now lives in=20=
Ravensbruck. He has sent me the list of revisions to the on-line list that is included below.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA

Updated July 10th 2000 by VWR(added Hellerova Alzbeta, Teichnerova
Bozena and Neumanova-Votavova Eva
Updated July 11th 2000 by VWR(added Karas Ondrej ml.
Updated July 13th 2000 by VWR(added Mittwerda info
Updated July 26th 2000 by VWR
Updated November 15th 2000 by VWR (added name Vajnorska Ruzena)
Updated Feb 10th 2001 added link to "Deceased..."
Updated Feb 18h 2001 added Juraj Salamon
Updated May 1st 2001 added Guttmannova Rozalia
Updated May 2nd 2001 added : Mudr. Popperova Lili,Sussova
Lydia,Strassmanova Frantiska,Kufflerova Alzbeta, Dohanova from
Vrboveho,Folkmanova
Alzbeta,Ardova Ruzena,
Updated January 25th 2004 added : Kemeny Esther, Jakubovicova Rosa ,
Updated February 5th 2005 added : Lefkovitsova Alzbeta (Zuza), Lefkovits
Ivan,
Updated June 25th 2005 added : Ludwig Holl=E4nder,Elza Holl=E4nderova =
rod.
Bratmannova, Egon Holl=E4nder, Zuza Jakubovicova, matka
Zuzy Jakubovicovej
Updated November7th 2005 change spellinog of Morkovitz Paula to=20
Moskovits
Paula


Hungary SIG #Hungary seeking: Treuhaft Family #hungary

Frishmechlis <frishmechlis@...>
 

My ggfather Ignaz Kaufer had a daughter Jetti, born in Bratislava, and
married David Treuhaft. Their daughter Martha, born in Frauenkirchen,
Austria, 1915, married Erich Goldlust. All three and their children had been
nurdered 1944 in Kremnicka, Slovakia.

Karl Frish
Hod-Hasharon
Israel


Historic Jewish Journals on the internet #hungary

Henry Wellisch <henry.kelwel@...>
 

On this website: http://www.compactmemory.de
one can find a large number of Jewish journals in digitized format
from the 19th and 20th century All these journals are in German and
most of originate in Germany. However there are at least 2
publications that may be of interest to Hungarian-Jewish researchers.
Here they are:

Jahresbericht der Landesrabbinatsschule in Budapest
Annual Report of the Rabbinical School in Budapest, 1878-1914
There are lists of teachers and students

Oesterreichisch-Ungarische Kantorenzeitung
Organ of cantors and Jewish community employees
Appeared bi-weekly in Vienna, 1881-1893

Henry Wellisch
Toronto


Hungary SIG #Hungary Historic Jewish Journals on the internet #hungary

Henry Wellisch <henry.kelwel@...>
 

On this website: http://www.compactmemory.de
one can find a large number of Jewish journals in digitized format
from the 19th and 20th century All these journals are in German and
most of originate in Germany. However there are at least 2
publications that may be of interest to Hungarian-Jewish researchers.
Here they are:

Jahresbericht der Landesrabbinatsschule in Budapest
Annual Report of the Rabbinical School in Budapest, 1878-1914
There are lists of teachers and students

Oesterreichisch-Ungarische Kantorenzeitung
Organ of cantors and Jewish community employees
Appeared bi-weekly in Vienna, 1881-1893

Henry Wellisch
Toronto


Looking for decendants/relatives of Flora Felicie CYGLER #general

Zenovak
 

Dear researchers
Following the death of my father, BIALOGROD Dawid, in July this year, I've
embarked on researching my family roots.
My father's aunt Malka REDLUS married Judel/Jehuda CYGLER, Chief of
Infirmary in Warsaw Jewish Hospital.
Malka was my grandmother's, Chaja-Lea, sister.
Judel and Malka had 5 children:
Anna who married Chaim KUCZYNSKI and was a dentist.
Suzanne (Zosia); Teodor (Tadeusz); Jadwiga (Dzunnia) and Flora Felicie.
My late father was convinced that his whole family, maternal and paternal
side perished in the Shoah.
My research concentrated on 2 main sources, JewishGen and Yad Vashem's Shoah
Victims' Names.
I've found 2 unique matches in first names and surnames of REDLUS & CYGLER
from Warsaw/Warszawa.
Flora Felicie CYGLER completed "Daf-Ed" in 1978, 5 records in total, most
probably during her visit to Kibbutz Regavim in same year.
The last known address for Flora Felicie CYGLER is Chevigny, St. Sau Veur,
France.
You can all imagine how anxious I am to find out that I may have relatives
that have survived.
Your help, assistance and directions as to how to proceed >from here will be
so gratefully appreciated.
Kind Regards
Zehava HALEVI Researcher # 174121
Johannesburg, South Africa


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for decendants/relatives of Flora Felicie CYGLER #general

Zenovak
 

Dear researchers
Following the death of my father, BIALOGROD Dawid, in July this year, I've
embarked on researching my family roots.
My father's aunt Malka REDLUS married Judel/Jehuda CYGLER, Chief of
Infirmary in Warsaw Jewish Hospital.
Malka was my grandmother's, Chaja-Lea, sister.
Judel and Malka had 5 children:
Anna who married Chaim KUCZYNSKI and was a dentist.
Suzanne (Zosia); Teodor (Tadeusz); Jadwiga (Dzunnia) and Flora Felicie.
My late father was convinced that his whole family, maternal and paternal
side perished in the Shoah.
My research concentrated on 2 main sources, JewishGen and Yad Vashem's Shoah
Victims' Names.
I've found 2 unique matches in first names and surnames of REDLUS & CYGLER
from Warsaw/Warszawa.
Flora Felicie CYGLER completed "Daf-Ed" in 1978, 5 records in total, most
probably during her visit to Kibbutz Regavim in same year.
The last known address for Flora Felicie CYGLER is Chevigny, St. Sau Veur,
France.
You can all imagine how anxious I am to find out that I may have relatives
that have survived.
Your help, assistance and directions as to how to proceed >from here will be
so gratefully appreciated.
Kind Regards
Zehava HALEVI Researcher # 174121
Johannesburg, South Africa


"Stangelberger" in German - Translation Please #general

Adam Richter
 

Dear Genners

I need help in translation of German word Stangelberger

Thank you

Adam Richter

RYCHTER -Miedzyrzec Podlaski Area


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen "Stangelberger" in German - Translation Please #general

Adam Richter
 

Dear Genners

I need help in translation of German word Stangelberger

Thank you

Adam Richter

RYCHTER -Miedzyrzec Podlaski Area


Are the Jewish names "Elyakim Getzel" a usual combination? #general

JOSHUA WILKENFELD <wilkenfeld@...>
 

I know there are some commmon combinations of names such as "Yehuda
Leib", "Naftali Hertz", "Zvi Hersh", etc., but is "Elyakim Getzel" a common
combination too?
Also, what is the meaning of the name "Getzel"?

Thanks,
Joshua Wilkenfeld
Metuchen, NJ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Are the Jewish names "Elyakim Getzel" a usual combination? #general

JOSHUA WILKENFELD <wilkenfeld@...>
 

I know there are some commmon combinations of names such as "Yehuda
Leib", "Naftali Hertz", "Zvi Hersh", etc., but is "Elyakim Getzel" a common
combination too?
Also, what is the meaning of the name "Getzel"?

Thanks,
Joshua Wilkenfeld
Metuchen, NJ


Re: "Stangelberger" in German - Translation Please #general

Miryam Collins <miryam@...>
 

Adam,

Word and name etymology both fascinate me. I could not find Stangelberger
or Stangel, but Berger means "person living on a mountain", >from Old High
German berg "mountain" - >from here:
http://tinyurl.com/7pllf

--
~Miryam Collins~
Auburn, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: "Stangelberger" in German - Translation Please #general

Miryam Collins <miryam@...>
 

Adam,

Word and name etymology both fascinate me. I could not find Stangelberger
or Stangel, but Berger means "person living on a mountain", >from Old High
German berg "mountain" - >from here:
http://tinyurl.com/7pllf

--
~Miryam Collins~
Auburn, CA


Historic Jewish Journals on the Internet #austria-czech

Henry Wellisch <henry.kelwel@...>
 

On this website: http://www.compactmemory.de
one can find a large number of Jewish journals in digitized format
from the 19th and 20th century All these journals are in German and
most of originate in Germany. However there are a number of
publications that may be of interest to researchers of the
Austro-Hungarian Empire
Here they are:

Jahresbericht der Landesrabbinatsschule in Budapest
Annual Report of the Rabbinical School in Budapest, 1878-1914
There are lists of teachers and students

Oesterreichisch-Ungarische Kantorenzeitung
Organ of cantors and Jewish community employees
Appeared bi-weekly in Vienna, 1881-1893

Die Wahrheit (Truth) Vienna, 1899-1938

Dr. Bloch's Oesterreichische Wochenschrift (Dr. Bloch's Austrian Weekly)
Vienna, 1891-1920

Jahrbuch fuer die Geschichte der Juden in der Tschech. Republik
(Yearbook of Czechoslovak Jewry), Prague, 1929-1937

Juedische Korrespndenz (Jewish Correspondence)
Organ of Orthodox Jewry, Weekly, Vienna, 1915-1920

Juedische Volksstimme (Jewish People's Voice)
Weekly, Brno, 1912-1920

Judaica
Bratislava, bi-monthly, 1934-1937

Selbst-Emanzipation (Self- Emancipation)
Zionist, Vienna, bi-weekly, 1885-1893

Unsere Tribuene (Our Tribune)
Organ of Jewish Socialist Poale Zion
Bi-weekly, Vienna, 1924, 1925, 1926

Wiener Morgenzeitung (Viennese Morning News)
Daily, 1919-1927

Henry Wellisch
Toronto


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Historic Jewish Journals on the Internet #austria-czech

Henry Wellisch <henry.kelwel@...>
 

On this website: http://www.compactmemory.de
one can find a large number of Jewish journals in digitized format
from the 19th and 20th century All these journals are in German and
most of originate in Germany. However there are a number of
publications that may be of interest to researchers of the
Austro-Hungarian Empire
Here they are:

Jahresbericht der Landesrabbinatsschule in Budapest
Annual Report of the Rabbinical School in Budapest, 1878-1914
There are lists of teachers and students

Oesterreichisch-Ungarische Kantorenzeitung
Organ of cantors and Jewish community employees
Appeared bi-weekly in Vienna, 1881-1893

Die Wahrheit (Truth) Vienna, 1899-1938

Dr. Bloch's Oesterreichische Wochenschrift (Dr. Bloch's Austrian Weekly)
Vienna, 1891-1920

Jahrbuch fuer die Geschichte der Juden in der Tschech. Republik
(Yearbook of Czechoslovak Jewry), Prague, 1929-1937

Juedische Korrespndenz (Jewish Correspondence)
Organ of Orthodox Jewry, Weekly, Vienna, 1915-1920

Juedische Volksstimme (Jewish People's Voice)
Weekly, Brno, 1912-1920

Judaica
Bratislava, bi-monthly, 1934-1937

Selbst-Emanzipation (Self- Emancipation)
Zionist, Vienna, bi-weekly, 1885-1893

Unsere Tribuene (Our Tribune)
Organ of Jewish Socialist Poale Zion
Bi-weekly, Vienna, 1924, 1925, 1926

Wiener Morgenzeitung (Viennese Morning News)
Daily, 1919-1927

Henry Wellisch
Toronto


Hecht Family of Podgaytsy and NY #general

Donna Rice
 

I have never been able to discover a link to the HECHT family of Podgaytsy,
(Podhajce).(Galicia, Poland and today in Ukraine) Today, I found a listing
of a Simon HECHT, age 27, who went through Ellis Island in March of 1898
with the brother of my Grandfather, Aba FISCHER. Simon was going to NY to
his Brother, M. Hecht who lived at 139 Suffolk Street. I know that my late
Cousin said they visited family in NY and perhaps this is who they visited.
If anyone is familiar with this HECHT family or any other >from Podhajce or
Buchach, please contact me.
Donna Rice
hurycane@earthlink.net

Researching: FISCHER, HECHT, MILCH, LANGBERG and BALTUCH >from Podhajce and
Buchach (Podgaytsy and Buczacz); GOLDSCHMIDT (or variation) and FELL from
Krustpils, Latvia and the environs.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hecht Family of Podgaytsy and NY #general

Donna Rice
 

I have never been able to discover a link to the HECHT family of Podgaytsy,
(Podhajce).(Galicia, Poland and today in Ukraine) Today, I found a listing
of a Simon HECHT, age 27, who went through Ellis Island in March of 1898
with the brother of my Grandfather, Aba FISCHER. Simon was going to NY to
his Brother, M. Hecht who lived at 139 Suffolk Street. I know that my late
Cousin said they visited family in NY and perhaps this is who they visited.
If anyone is familiar with this HECHT family or any other >from Podhajce or
Buchach, please contact me.
Donna Rice
hurycane@earthlink.net

Researching: FISCHER, HECHT, MILCH, LANGBERG and BALTUCH >from Podhajce and
Buchach (Podgaytsy and Buczacz); GOLDSCHMIDT (or variation) and FELL from
Krustpils, Latvia and the environs.


Argentina lookup #general

Marilyn F <mrl516@...>
 

I am looking for Victor MILGROM who lives in Buenos Aires. I will
appreciate anybody who can locate him for me and give me his contact
information. I believe we may be related. Thanks so much. Marilyn Feingold
Atlanta, Georgia USA

MILGROM,KORMAN-Tulchin
SCHLAFFER, SZAFIR-Kamenka ( Moldova); PEKARSKY/SOKOLOFSKY-Tashkent/Israel
STEINBERG/LERNER/ELKUS/MILGROM/Kishinev/Odessa;
TESLER/MALAMUD/LUBER-Kamenka (Moldova)
KOLKER/TARTAKOV/SPIVAK-Obodivaka; FELDMAN, SHENKER-Obodivka
ROSENTHAL-Worone/Pittsburgh; MILTER-Kodima (Moldova); TONKONOGY-Frunza (Tashkent)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Argentina lookup #general

Marilyn F <mrl516@...>
 

I am looking for Victor MILGROM who lives in Buenos Aires. I will
appreciate anybody who can locate him for me and give me his contact
information. I believe we may be related. Thanks so much. Marilyn Feingold
Atlanta, Georgia USA

MILGROM,KORMAN-Tulchin
SCHLAFFER, SZAFIR-Kamenka ( Moldova); PEKARSKY/SOKOLOFSKY-Tashkent/Israel
STEINBERG/LERNER/ELKUS/MILGROM/Kishinev/Odessa;
TESLER/MALAMUD/LUBER-Kamenka (Moldova)
KOLKER/TARTAKOV/SPIVAK-Obodivaka; FELDMAN, SHENKER-Obodivka
ROSENTHAL-Worone/Pittsburgh; MILTER-Kodima (Moldova); TONKONOGY-Frunza (Tashkent)