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Re: Prague registration forms #austria-czech

Hans Peter Grab <hpgrab@...>
 

David Laufer wrote:
Thank you very much for revealing this web site to us, and the translations
of the many terms needed
to do a search.
In the final column of my search results there appeared the term
"zobrazit".
I would be grateful if you could translate zobrazit.

zobrazit = to display

Click on "zobrazit" and the registration form will appear.

Best Wishes
Hanus Grab


Re: Jakob Kohn Family of Baden, and Englesrath family #austria-czech

Carole G. Vogel <carolevogel@...>
 

Hi,

I am the G-G-granddaughter of Jakob KOHN (1839-1927) of Baden. He had 15
children (not 13 as written in a previous entry). I have researched the
family extensively and the genealogy can be found on the FTJP. I have had an
entry for KOHN in Baden in the JGFF since 1998...

Jakob KOHN was buried in Mattersdorf, as was his first wife Anna (Netti)
(Ginendal) DEUTSCH (1845-1885), but his second wife, Esther Anna (Netti)
REISCH (1859-1929) the mother of Karl, was buried in the Baden Jewish
cemetery. Her gravestone was restored last year and I can provide a
photograph of both the restored stone and how it looked before the
Holocaust. I also have at least one other pre-war photograph >from the Baden
cemetery. I would like to add these to the photo database but need
directions to do so.

At least three of Jakob KOHN's sons are buried in Baden: Adolf (Abraham)
KOHN (1866-1928), Oskar KOHN (1894-1915), and Heinrich KOHN (1891-1920).
Jakob's nephew Jakob KOHN (1872-1924) the son of Meyer Wolf KOHN of Voeslau
is buried in Baden, and there are other KOHNs relations in the cemetery as
well.

If you have any connection to Baden, then purchasing Thomas E. Shaerf's book
"Juedisches Leben in Baden" is a must. It contains a treasure trove of
genealogical information and has many photographs, including a group photo
with Jakob KOHN and his son Adolf. Meticulously researched and documented,
the book provides a detailed history of the Baden Jewish community >from the
first Jews permitted to work in the city to the community's destruction in
the Holocaust.

Schaerf has even cataloged the Jewish-owned businesses in Baden and
surrounding towns, street by street, providing the owner's name, address,
and type of business as it appeared in 1938. There is a similar street by
street listing for houses owned by Jews and it shows who took ownership of
the property when it was Aryanized. (Considering Shaerf's ties to Baden --
he is president of the Jewish Community of Baden and is quite a visible
presence in the town -- the Aryanization identification was a gutsy move. It
is likely that descendants of many of these people live in the town or
somewhere else in Austria)

Finally, if the Englesrath family >from Baden mentioned in a previous post,
originally came >from Mattersdorf, Hungary (Mattersburg, Austria) I can
provide some information about this family.

Carole Garbuny Vogel
Lexington, Massachusetts, USA


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech RE: Jakob Kohn Family of Baden, and Englesrath family #austria-czech

Carole G. Vogel <carolevogel@...>
 

Hi,

I am the G-G-granddaughter of Jakob KOHN (1839-1927) of Baden. He had 15
children (not 13 as written in a previous entry). I have researched the
family extensively and the genealogy can be found on the FTJP. I have had an
entry for KOHN in Baden in the JGFF since 1998...

Jakob KOHN was buried in Mattersdorf, as was his first wife Anna (Netti)
(Ginendal) DEUTSCH (1845-1885), but his second wife, Esther Anna (Netti)
REISCH (1859-1929) the mother of Karl, was buried in the Baden Jewish
cemetery. Her gravestone was restored last year and I can provide a
photograph of both the restored stone and how it looked before the
Holocaust. I also have at least one other pre-war photograph >from the Baden
cemetery. I would like to add these to the photo database but need
directions to do so.

At least three of Jakob KOHN's sons are buried in Baden: Adolf (Abraham)
KOHN (1866-1928), Oskar KOHN (1894-1915), and Heinrich KOHN (1891-1920).
Jakob's nephew Jakob KOHN (1872-1924) the son of Meyer Wolf KOHN of Voeslau
is buried in Baden, and there are other KOHNs relations in the cemetery as
well.

If you have any connection to Baden, then purchasing Thomas E. Shaerf's book
"Juedisches Leben in Baden" is a must. It contains a treasure trove of
genealogical information and has many photographs, including a group photo
with Jakob KOHN and his son Adolf. Meticulously researched and documented,
the book provides a detailed history of the Baden Jewish community >from the
first Jews permitted to work in the city to the community's destruction in
the Holocaust.

Schaerf has even cataloged the Jewish-owned businesses in Baden and
surrounding towns, street by street, providing the owner's name, address,
and type of business as it appeared in 1938. There is a similar street by
street listing for houses owned by Jews and it shows who took ownership of
the property when it was Aryanized. (Considering Shaerf's ties to Baden --
he is president of the Jewish Community of Baden and is quite a visible
presence in the town -- the Aryanization identification was a gutsy move. It
is likely that descendants of many of these people live in the town or
somewhere else in Austria)

Finally, if the Englesrath family >from Baden mentioned in a previous post,
originally came >from Mattersdorf, Hungary (Mattersburg, Austria) I can
provide some information about this family.

Carole Garbuny Vogel
Lexington, Massachusetts, USA


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Prague registration forms #austria-czech

Hans Peter Grab <hpgrab@...>
 

David Laufer wrote:
Thank you very much for revealing this web site to us, and the translations
of the many terms needed
to do a search.
In the final column of my search results there appeared the term
"zobrazit".
I would be grateful if you could translate zobrazit.

zobrazit = to display

Click on "zobrazit" and the registration form will appear.

Best Wishes
Hanus Grab


SAMUEL family in Stolp #germany

hhheilbut@...
 

Mr. Dave LEWAK asked about the SAMUEL family >from Stolp in Pommern.
I was born there in 1936 and have an Adressbuch >from 1920.

The following is >from my 1920 Stolp Addressbuch:

SAMUEL, Siegfried, Kaufmann in Firma SIEGFRIED SAMUEL, Bismarckplatz 12
und Goldstr. 10. Tel. 144
Firma S. Samuel, Inhaber: BERTA SAMUEL nee SIMON
Goldstr. 9 a, Tel. 190 (dealing with feathers and featherbeds)
SAMUEL, Agnes, Buchhalterin (bookkeeper) Goldstr. 10
SAMUEL, Berta, verwitwet, Goldstr. 10
SAMUEL, Hulda, Stickerin (embroiderie) Kublitzer Chaussee 1
SAMUEL, Klara nee COHN, verwitwet, Bismarckplatz 12
SAMUEL, Rahel, Stiftsdame (Female old age home resident) Kublitzer Chaussee 1
--
Tenants of Bismarckplatz 12:
Owner: Kaufmann SAMUEL (verwitwet) prob. Klara SAMUEL nee COHN
Dr. Kalcher, Tierarzt (veterinarian)
Marks, Arbeiter (worker)
Loeschmann, Arbeiter (worker)
Rennhack, Witwe (widow)
Zielke, Schlosser (locksmith)
--
Kublitzer Chaussee 1 (owner is the Raphael Wolff Stiftung)
most probably an old age home.
(Board of directors:
Zielke, (Mayor)
Blau, Hermann, (towncounsillor)
Schueler, (representative of the city)
Wolff, Eugen (merchant) lives in Berlin-Charlottenburg
Aron, Moritz ((representative of the synagogue)
--
Tenants of Goldstr. 10
Owner: Kaufmann SAMUEL (verwitwet) prob. Berta SAMUEL nee SIMON
Zieske, Kaufmann (merchant)
SAMUEL, Siegfried, Kaufmann (merchant)
SAMUEL, Agnes, Buchhalterin (bookkeeper)
Schur, Obergaertner (upper gardener)
Zuehlke, Reserve-Lokomotivfuehrer (reserve enginedriver)
Pick, Schlosser (locksmith)
Daehnrich, Postbote (postman)
Breitsprecher, Bankbeamter (bank clerk)
--
I only wrote the important names in capital letters, so it is easier to read.
The other names are only for information.
If there are any more questions, please contact me.

Helga HEILBUT, Bergisch Gladbach, Deutschland <hhheilbut@...>

MODERATOR NOTE: In the future, anyone with a JewishGen ID number can search
the SIG archives for "Samuel and Stolp" and find the above data.


German SIG #Germany SAMUEL family in Stolp #germany

hhheilbut@...
 

Mr. Dave LEWAK asked about the SAMUEL family >from Stolp in Pommern.
I was born there in 1936 and have an Adressbuch >from 1920.

The following is >from my 1920 Stolp Addressbuch:

SAMUEL, Siegfried, Kaufmann in Firma SIEGFRIED SAMUEL, Bismarckplatz 12
und Goldstr. 10. Tel. 144
Firma S. Samuel, Inhaber: BERTA SAMUEL nee SIMON
Goldstr. 9 a, Tel. 190 (dealing with feathers and featherbeds)
SAMUEL, Agnes, Buchhalterin (bookkeeper) Goldstr. 10
SAMUEL, Berta, verwitwet, Goldstr. 10
SAMUEL, Hulda, Stickerin (embroiderie) Kublitzer Chaussee 1
SAMUEL, Klara nee COHN, verwitwet, Bismarckplatz 12
SAMUEL, Rahel, Stiftsdame (Female old age home resident) Kublitzer Chaussee 1
--
Tenants of Bismarckplatz 12:
Owner: Kaufmann SAMUEL (verwitwet) prob. Klara SAMUEL nee COHN
Dr. Kalcher, Tierarzt (veterinarian)
Marks, Arbeiter (worker)
Loeschmann, Arbeiter (worker)
Rennhack, Witwe (widow)
Zielke, Schlosser (locksmith)
--
Kublitzer Chaussee 1 (owner is the Raphael Wolff Stiftung)
most probably an old age home.
(Board of directors:
Zielke, (Mayor)
Blau, Hermann, (towncounsillor)
Schueler, (representative of the city)
Wolff, Eugen (merchant) lives in Berlin-Charlottenburg
Aron, Moritz ((representative of the synagogue)
--
Tenants of Goldstr. 10
Owner: Kaufmann SAMUEL (verwitwet) prob. Berta SAMUEL nee SIMON
Zieske, Kaufmann (merchant)
SAMUEL, Siegfried, Kaufmann (merchant)
SAMUEL, Agnes, Buchhalterin (bookkeeper)
Schur, Obergaertner (upper gardener)
Zuehlke, Reserve-Lokomotivfuehrer (reserve enginedriver)
Pick, Schlosser (locksmith)
Daehnrich, Postbote (postman)
Breitsprecher, Bankbeamter (bank clerk)
--
I only wrote the important names in capital letters, so it is easier to read.
The other names are only for information.
If there are any more questions, please contact me.

Helga HEILBUT, Bergisch Gladbach, Deutschland <hhheilbut@...>

MODERATOR NOTE: In the future, anyone with a JewishGen ID number can search
the SIG archives for "Samuel and Stolp" and find the above data.


Obermayer Award News Coverage #germany

John Lowens <jplowens@...>
 

Thanks to Yvonne Stern in Rio I've been alerted to an article in
English about the 2007 Obermayer German Jewish History Award winners.

http://www.jta.org/page_view_story.asp?strwebhead=3DGerman%20non-Jews%20rev=
ive%20rich%20Jewish%20past&intcategoryid=3D2&SearchOptimize=3DJewish%20News

(The website is that of the JTA "Global News Service of the Jewish People".)
The article begins:

"BERLIN, Feb. 7 (JTA) Lars Menk, a non-Jew, calls himself "meshuga."
Instead of taking a lucrative job in advertising, the Berliner
resident became a letter carrier so he'd have more time to pursue his
passion of researching German Jewish names.

Menk's 800-page volume with the etymology and geographical origins of 13,000
such names, collected on adventures across Germany, was published recently.

"I loved it," Menk said of his cross-country tour. "I took pictures, I
collected documents."

Menk, 45, was one of five people to receive this year's Obermayer German Jewish
History Awards in a ceremony at the Berlin Parliament House. The event was among
several in Germany marking Holocaust Remembrance Day on Jan. 27."

Other coverage of this year's awardees is in German and can be found
via links at the Obermayer Award website:

http://www.obermayer.us/award/news.htm

Thanks again to GerSIG's world news alert volunteer, Yvonne Stern.

John Paul Lowens, Suburban NY JPL25@... GerSIG Coordinator


German SIG #Germany Obermayer Award News Coverage #germany

John Lowens <jplowens@...>
 

Thanks to Yvonne Stern in Rio I've been alerted to an article in
English about the 2007 Obermayer German Jewish History Award winners.

http://www.jta.org/page_view_story.asp?strwebhead=3DGerman%20non-Jews%20rev=
ive%20rich%20Jewish%20past&intcategoryid=3D2&SearchOptimize=3DJewish%20News

(The website is that of the JTA "Global News Service of the Jewish People".)
The article begins:

"BERLIN, Feb. 7 (JTA) Lars Menk, a non-Jew, calls himself "meshuga."
Instead of taking a lucrative job in advertising, the Berliner
resident became a letter carrier so he'd have more time to pursue his
passion of researching German Jewish names.

Menk's 800-page volume with the etymology and geographical origins of 13,000
such names, collected on adventures across Germany, was published recently.

"I loved it," Menk said of his cross-country tour. "I took pictures, I
collected documents."

Menk, 45, was one of five people to receive this year's Obermayer German Jewish
History Awards in a ceremony at the Berlin Parliament House. The event was among
several in Germany marking Holocaust Remembrance Day on Jan. 27."

Other coverage of this year's awardees is in German and can be found
via links at the Obermayer Award website:

http://www.obermayer.us/award/news.htm

Thanks again to GerSIG's world news alert volunteer, Yvonne Stern.

John Paul Lowens, Suburban NY JPL25@... GerSIG Coordinator


From Poland - family of Irving FINEMAN #general

Mariusz Bondarczuk <mariuszbondarczuk@...>
 

Hello

My name is Mariusz Bondarczuk. I am journalist. I live in Poland in town named
Przasnysz. I am looking for information about family of Irving FINEMAN (1893-1976),
American writer, the son of Joseph (a hat manufacturer) and Rebecca Rachel (BLANC)
Fineman (she was born in Myszyniec).

Especially I am looking for informations about sisters and brothers of Irving
Fineman and about his parents. The name of one of his sister was Dorothy. She was
married to an advertising agent named Ben WAXELBAUM, and they lived in New York
City.

His father Joseph was born in Przasnysz about 1863 and died in New York in 1936.
His last name in Przasnysz was probably MONKA/MONCARZ. He changed it in to Fineman
after his arrival to USA.
I found in http://www.italiangen.org informations about him: Fineman Joseph 73 y
June 11 1936 12952 Kings F555
May be is it possible to find the death certificate of Joseph Fineman and the
cemetery where is his grave? I hope that in USA there are living the children of
brothers and sisters of Irving Fineman and their families.

I would be very thankfully for any help in my research.

Best regards

Mariusz Bondarczuk
mariuszbondarczuk@...

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen From Poland - family of Irving FINEMAN #general

Mariusz Bondarczuk <mariuszbondarczuk@...>
 

Hello

My name is Mariusz Bondarczuk. I am journalist. I live in Poland in town named
Przasnysz. I am looking for information about family of Irving FINEMAN (1893-1976),
American writer, the son of Joseph (a hat manufacturer) and Rebecca Rachel (BLANC)
Fineman (she was born in Myszyniec).

Especially I am looking for informations about sisters and brothers of Irving
Fineman and about his parents. The name of one of his sister was Dorothy. She was
married to an advertising agent named Ben WAXELBAUM, and they lived in New York
City.

His father Joseph was born in Przasnysz about 1863 and died in New York in 1936.
His last name in Przasnysz was probably MONKA/MONCARZ. He changed it in to Fineman
after his arrival to USA.
I found in http://www.italiangen.org informations about him: Fineman Joseph 73 y
June 11 1936 12952 Kings F555
May be is it possible to find the death certificate of Joseph Fineman and the
cemetery where is his grave? I hope that in USA there are living the children of
brothers and sisters of Irving Fineman and their families.

I would be very thankfully for any help in my research.

Best regards

Mariusz Bondarczuk
mariuszbondarczuk@...

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Family Finder (JGFF). If you have not already done so, please log onto
www.jewishgen.org/jgff and using the enter/modify procedure enter and register
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about more names and places of origin, they can always be added, but only **you**
can keep your own listings up to date.


ISENBERG Hamburg #general

Renate Bielefeld <renate.bielefeld@...>
 

Looking for relatives of Ferdinand ISENBERG Hamburg

Dear Genners,
Ferdinand ISENBERG was the owner of "Gazelle" dessous-shops in Hamburg until 1938,
when he died in prison. Does anyone recognize him and/or does anybody know if and
how he was related to ALBERT ISENBERG Hamburg or the ISENBERGS >from Dransfeld,
Germany or the ISENBERGS in New York ? Please reply privatly, because there are
interesting financial documents in the Hamburg national archives.
Renate Bielefeld-Kuschinski

Dr. Renate Bielefeld-Kuschinski
68161 Mannheim
eMail: renate.bielefeld@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ISENBERG Hamburg #general

Renate Bielefeld <renate.bielefeld@...>
 

Looking for relatives of Ferdinand ISENBERG Hamburg

Dear Genners,
Ferdinand ISENBERG was the owner of "Gazelle" dessous-shops in Hamburg until 1938,
when he died in prison. Does anyone recognize him and/or does anybody know if and
how he was related to ALBERT ISENBERG Hamburg or the ISENBERGS >from Dransfeld,
Germany or the ISENBERGS in New York ? Please reply privatly, because there are
interesting financial documents in the Hamburg national archives.
Renate Bielefeld-Kuschinski

Dr. Renate Bielefeld-Kuschinski
68161 Mannheim
eMail: renate.bielefeld@...


FINKELHOR family from Lithuania #general

tedk4713@earthlink.net <tedk4713@...>
 

I am researching the FINKELHOR family. According to my mother’s notes, they (or at
least her father) came >from a place called Anuhim or something like that. She says
that it was “on Lake Neman near Kovno”. In tsarist times this probably was in
Suvalki Gubernia in Russian Poland; Kovno was on the border in Kovno Gubernia. One
suggestion was a placed called Panemune, a short distance >from Kovno. Other
possibilities, farther away, are Yoneve (Jonava), Aran (Varena), and even Alytus.
I have checked ShtetLinks and Where Once We Walked with no better results. Any more
ideas or suggestions?

Researching:
KOTZIN: Kovno/Kaunus; Moscow. KOCH/COOK:Kovno; Cincinnati. GINZBURG: Moscow.
SINGER: Lithuania; Los Angeles; Israel. FINKELHOR: Suvalki Gubernia; Pittsburgh;
Cleveland. KATKISKY: Kovno; Suvalki area. GASSNER: Krakow; London. NEUMANN/NEWMAN:
Frankfurt; New York; North Carolina. BOAZ: Frankfurt; Atlanta. WAGNER: Kremenets;
New York CIMBERG/KIMBERG: Kremenets, Ukraine.


Ted Kotzin
tedk4713@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen FINKELHOR family from Lithuania #general

tedk4713@earthlink.net <tedk4713@...>
 

I am researching the FINKELHOR family. According to my mother’s notes, they (or at
least her father) came >from a place called Anuhim or something like that. She says
that it was “on Lake Neman near Kovno”. In tsarist times this probably was in
Suvalki Gubernia in Russian Poland; Kovno was on the border in Kovno Gubernia. One
suggestion was a placed called Panemune, a short distance >from Kovno. Other
possibilities, farther away, are Yoneve (Jonava), Aran (Varena), and even Alytus.
I have checked ShtetLinks and Where Once We Walked with no better results. Any more
ideas or suggestions?

Researching:
KOTZIN: Kovno/Kaunus; Moscow. KOCH/COOK:Kovno; Cincinnati. GINZBURG: Moscow.
SINGER: Lithuania; Los Angeles; Israel. FINKELHOR: Suvalki Gubernia; Pittsburgh;
Cleveland. KATKISKY: Kovno; Suvalki area. GASSNER: Krakow; London. NEUMANN/NEWMAN:
Frankfurt; New York; North Carolina. BOAZ: Frankfurt; Atlanta. WAGNER: Kremenets;
New York CIMBERG/KIMBERG: Kremenets, Ukraine.


Ted Kotzin
tedk4713@...


BOAZ family from Germany #general

tedk4713@earthlink.net <tedk4713@...>
 

I am looking for information on the BOAZ (or, in Germany, BOAS)family. Otilia BOAZ,
possibly >from Schwerin, east of Lubeck in northern Germany,married David NEUMANN
(later NEWMAN) of Frankfurt. They went to London,and then to Edenton NC, later in
New York. Herman Boaz, probably Otilia’s brother, also went to North Carolina; his
son Daniel became an optometrist in Atlanta, where there is still family.

Researching:
KOTZIN: Kovno/Kaunus; Moscow. KOCH/COOK:Kovno; Cincinnati. GINZBURG: Moscow.
SINGER: Lithuania; Los Angeles; Israel. FINKELHOR: Suvalki Gubernia; Pittsburgh;
Cleveland. KATKISKY: Kovno; Suvalki area. GASSNER: Krakow; London. NEUMANN/NEWMAN:
Frankfurt; New York; North Carolina. BOAZ: Frankfurt; Atlanta. WAGNER: Kremenets;
New York CIMBERG/KIMBERG: Kremenets, Ukraine.

Ted Kotzin
tedk4713@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen BOAZ family from Germany #general

tedk4713@earthlink.net <tedk4713@...>
 

I am looking for information on the BOAZ (or, in Germany, BOAS)family. Otilia BOAZ,
possibly >from Schwerin, east of Lubeck in northern Germany,married David NEUMANN
(later NEWMAN) of Frankfurt. They went to London,and then to Edenton NC, later in
New York. Herman Boaz, probably Otilia’s brother, also went to North Carolina; his
son Daniel became an optometrist in Atlanta, where there is still family.

Researching:
KOTZIN: Kovno/Kaunus; Moscow. KOCH/COOK:Kovno; Cincinnati. GINZBURG: Moscow.
SINGER: Lithuania; Los Angeles; Israel. FINKELHOR: Suvalki Gubernia; Pittsburgh;
Cleveland. KATKISKY: Kovno; Suvalki area. GASSNER: Krakow; London. NEUMANN/NEWMAN:
Frankfurt; New York; North Carolina. BOAZ: Frankfurt; Atlanta. WAGNER: Kremenets;
New York CIMBERG/KIMBERG: Kremenets, Ukraine.

Ted Kotzin
tedk4713@...


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica RE: Jewish Chronicle Archives #southafrica

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

Go to the SEARCH box to the left of the screen and instead of putting a name
of a person put the name of the town in the field: KEY WORD(S).

Approximately 39 entries for CRADOCK will come up, not all of them for the
town.

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@...


Re: Jewish Chronicle Archives #southafrica

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

Go to the SEARCH box to the left of the screen and instead of putting a name
of a person put the name of the town in the field: KEY WORD(S).

Approximately 39 entries for CRADOCK will come up, not all of them for the
town.

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@...


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica GILGIL, KENYA #southafrica

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

The prisoners who were liberated >from Gilgil camp on March 28, 1948, were
Reuven Franco, Nathan Germant, Yaacov Hillel, Yaacov Meridor, Shlomo ben
Shlomo and David Yanai.

One of the passports used by the escapees was in the name of Ralph Yodaiken
and their driver "Wilson" was actually the late Bernard Wolf.

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@...


GILGIL, KENYA #southafrica

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

The prisoners who were liberated >from Gilgil camp on March 28, 1948, were
Reuven Franco, Nathan Germant, Yaacov Hillel, Yaacov Meridor, Shlomo ben
Shlomo and David Yanai.

One of the passports used by the escapees was in the name of Ralph Yodaiken
and their driver "Wilson" was actually the late Bernard Wolf.

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@...