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Re: Kindertransport #austria-czech

Evertjan. <exjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

Ralph wrote on 06 okt 2006 in soc.genealogy.jewish:

My late step brother Gerhard Manfred SALINGER came to the U.K.from
Berlin on a Kindertransport.
Is there anywhere that I can find out when he came to the UK ?
Ask here:

<http://www.ajr.org.uk/kindertransport.htm>

--
Evertjan Hannivoort
The Netherlands.
(Please change the x'es to dots in my emailaddress)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Kindertransport #general

Evertjan. <exjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

Ralph wrote on 06 okt 2006 in soc.genealogy.jewish:

My late step brother Gerhard Manfred SALINGER came to the U.K.from
Berlin on a Kindertransport.
Is there anywhere that I can find out when he came to the UK ?
Ask here:

<http://www.ajr.org.uk/kindertransport.htm>

--
Evertjan Hannivoort
The Netherlands.
(Please change the x'es to dots in my emailaddress)


MALETSKY #general

suprlmn@...
 

Would the person who wrote to me regarding MALETSKY pleaser write again?
I'm so sorry, but I accidentally erased that message, and I really do want to
compare notes!
B'shalom, Susan Pearlman, Northridge, California
Researching: BELLO, BRODKEY, COHEN, EISENMAN, EPSTEIN, FAERMARK, FINGER,
FISHER, FORMAN, GLASSER, GLATSTEIN, GOLD, GOLDBERG, GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN,
GREEFELD, GROSSMAN, HOLLAND, JASKOLKA, KAM, KAPELL, KAPLAN, KATSERINSKY, KESSLER,
KLIONSKY, KOSLOVSKY, LANDO, LESHINSKY, MANKOWITZ, MENDELSOHN, POCHACHEVSKY,
RIVLIN, RUDY, SCHEINMAN, SEIDENSTEIN, SHORE, TWERSKY, WALDER, WEINSTEIN, WIENER,
WILSON, WISHNIATSKY, ZUCKERMAN.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen MALETSKY #general

suprlmn@...
 

Would the person who wrote to me regarding MALETSKY pleaser write again?
I'm so sorry, but I accidentally erased that message, and I really do want to
compare notes!
B'shalom, Susan Pearlman, Northridge, California
Researching: BELLO, BRODKEY, COHEN, EISENMAN, EPSTEIN, FAERMARK, FINGER,
FISHER, FORMAN, GLASSER, GLATSTEIN, GOLD, GOLDBERG, GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN,
GREEFELD, GROSSMAN, HOLLAND, JASKOLKA, KAM, KAPELL, KAPLAN, KATSERINSKY, KESSLER,
KLIONSKY, KOSLOVSKY, LANDO, LESHINSKY, MANKOWITZ, MENDELSOHN, POCHACHEVSKY,
RIVLIN, RUDY, SCHEINMAN, SEIDENSTEIN, SHORE, TWERSKY, WALDER, WEINSTEIN, WIENER,
WILSON, WISHNIATSKY, ZUCKERMAN.


Need to find a grave in Baltimore #general

JUSTICEOFP
 

My grandfather, Jacob ISRAEL, (b. 1870) was buried in the Rosedale Cemetery
in Baltimore, MD in May of 1925. One of my relatives tried to find his
grave without success.
I was hoping someone could locate his grave and the grave of his
father, Paul(Pinkus) Israel.
He also had a brother, M. Israel, who lived in the same area..
Thank you,
Linda Winkleman
Wallingford, CT
justiceofp@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Need to find a grave in Baltimore #general

JUSTICEOFP
 

My grandfather, Jacob ISRAEL, (b. 1870) was buried in the Rosedale Cemetery
in Baltimore, MD in May of 1925. One of my relatives tried to find his
grave without success.
I was hoping someone could locate his grave and the grave of his
father, Paul(Pinkus) Israel.
He also had a brother, M. Israel, who lived in the same area..
Thank you,
Linda Winkleman
Wallingford, CT
justiceofp@...


Re: Levi & Kohen frequencies and the non-influence of Khazars on Ashkenaz #germany

DonnDevine@...
 

The moderator wrote, regarding Micchael Bernet's summary message on the
subject:

"No responses to this message will be posted to this list except (if any) those
with a clear and direct bearing on German Jewish Genealogy research efforts."

Jewishgen has a DNA Testing mail list, which would be an appropriate forum
for discussing the DNA aspects of this subject.

Donn Devine, CG, CGI Wilmington, Delaware, USA


German SIG #Germany Re: Levi & Kohen frequencies and the non-influence of Khazars on Ashkenaz #germany

DonnDevine@...
 

The moderator wrote, regarding Micchael Bernet's summary message on the
subject:

"No responses to this message will be posted to this list except (if any) those
with a clear and direct bearing on German Jewish Genealogy research efforts."

Jewishgen has a DNA Testing mail list, which would be an appropriate forum
for discussing the DNA aspects of this subject.

Donn Devine, CG, CGI Wilmington, Delaware, USA


JGSPBCI Special October Meeting Notice #general

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
 

Jewish Genealogical Society Palm Beach County Inc.

Two major speakers to address October meeting
Save the date! October 11, 2006

Where: South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL
Time: 11:30 AM Galicia SIG
12:30 PM Brick wall
1:00 PM Program and brief business meeting.

Two dynamic speakers will join us for the October 11
meeting. Plan to arrive early as we expect capacity attendance.

Valery Bazarov, head of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS)
Location and Family History Services and Dr. Rachel Kreisberg-Zakarin,
granddaughter of Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal will present programs of
tremendous genealogical interest.

Mr. Bazarov's topic, "Solving Mysteries Using HIAS Case Files" will detail
how to use HIAS records to advance family research.

Dr. Kreisberg-Zakarin will speak on "The Family of Simon Wiesenthal: From
Galicia to South Florida." She will explain how her research led her to
Helene Kenvin, one of our own JGSPBCI members. Helene was contacted by the
daughter and granddaughter of Simon Wiesenthal. Dr. Zakarin will deliver a
Power Point presentation describing their joint genealogy search for the
family members of her
grandfather, and Helene's relatives.

Bazarov is a frequent lecturer at international seminars on Jewish
genealogy, speaking about HIAS activities and projects. He travels to
Eastern Europe (Poland and Ukraine) searching archives and locating
documents related directly to HIAS activities spanning the last 100 years.

He also researches HIAS history and presents his findings in lectures and
publications. The HIAS Location and Family History Service helps immigrants
of different generations to find family members and friends - often in other
countries - with whom they lost contact over the years.. Valery is
especially committed to finding and honoring the heroes who rescued European
Jews during the Holocaust. He joined HIAS shortly after immigrating to the
United States in 1988 >from Russia and has assisted in the arrival of more
than 200,000 Jewish refugees who came to the United States under HIAS
auspices. He holds two graduate degrees >from Odessa State University (1969)
and Hunter College of the City University of New York (1994).

Mark Your Calendar for These Exciting
Upcoming Fall and Winter Meetings with Outstanding Speakers

November 8, 2006

1:00 PM South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL

Creating Your Own Family Web Site
A Step by Step Guide
Learn how to use the World Wide Web to share your research, family stories
and pictures with your entire family, wherever they are in the world, 24
hours a day, 7 days a week. You'll find out just what's needed to create
your own affordable, easy to maintain web site.

Join us on November 8th when our presenters, JGSPBCI members Elle Schorr and
Jerry Kornbluth, share the secrets they learned while creating their own
family tree Web site using lots of family pictures and other memorabilia.
They'll share a step by step approach that you can follow to easily create
your own family web site. Be sure to join us for this enlightening
presentation.

* December 13, 2006

1:00 PM South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL

Using Israeli Archives & Resources
For Worldwide Jewish Records

Guest Speaker: Michael Goldstein
Michael Goldstein, born in Canada, is a Jerusalem-based genealogist who
researches, mentors, lectures, and conducts workshops in Israel and North
America. He specializes in guiding North American in locating and
connecting with their Israeli family, facilitating the use of local Israeli
research sources. His expertise is in tracing whose testimonies are found
in Yad Vashem records.

Michael holds a BA >from Concordia University and a MSW >from Yeshiva
University. He is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogist,
The Israel Genealogical Society and Jewish Genealogy Society of Montreal.

* January 10, 2007

1:00 PM South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL

My Family Tree DNA

Speaker: Bennett Greenspan

Bennett Greenspan, President and CEO of Family Tree DNA, will speak on the
subject of DNA Testing for Genealogy. Since its inception, in April of
2000, Family Tree DNA has been associated with the Arizona Research Labs,
led by Michael Hammer, one of the world's leading authorities in the field
of Genetics. Family Tree DNA is the world leader and only organization in
the field of Genetic Genealogy that has been constantly developing the
science that enables many genealogists around the world advance their
families' research.

Mr. Greenspan, an entrepreneur and life-long genealogy enthusiast, founded
Family Tree DNA in 1999. He turned a hobby into a full time vocation.
Family Tree DNA has grown >from a cottage business into the largest hobbyist
testing service in the world.

* Special Events

* Sunday January 21, 2007
16th Annivesary Luncheon
Benvenuto Caterestaurant
Boynton Beach, FL

Guest Speaker: Dr. Neil Rosenstein, world renowned genealogist, author,
lecturer, Rabinic scholar
Chairperson: Sylvia Nusinov
Co-Chair: Jacqueline Fineblit

* Wednesday February 28, 2007
Annual Workshop/Miniconference

Beifield Auditorium
Sandler Center for Jewish Life Enhancement
Levis Jewish Community Center Campus in Boca Raton, FL
Chairperson: Joel Sisitsky
9AM to 4:30PM.
Registration will be 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM.

Approximately seven programs will be presented on topics ranging from
hardships our ancestors faced in traveling to the United States, Jews in the
U.S.Civil War and a basic introduction to Power Point. A resource room will
be open for participants to peruse as will our library enabling one to make
use of our resource material and connect to the internet. A kosher box lunch
is included.

For further information contact:
Sylvia Nusinov curiousyl@...
Marilyn Newman mnewman714@...

Jacqueline Fineblit jsfine@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGSPBCI Special October Meeting Notice #general

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
 

Jewish Genealogical Society Palm Beach County Inc.

Two major speakers to address October meeting
Save the date! October 11, 2006

Where: South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL
Time: 11:30 AM Galicia SIG
12:30 PM Brick wall
1:00 PM Program and brief business meeting.

Two dynamic speakers will join us for the October 11
meeting. Plan to arrive early as we expect capacity attendance.

Valery Bazarov, head of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS)
Location and Family History Services and Dr. Rachel Kreisberg-Zakarin,
granddaughter of Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal will present programs of
tremendous genealogical interest.

Mr. Bazarov's topic, "Solving Mysteries Using HIAS Case Files" will detail
how to use HIAS records to advance family research.

Dr. Kreisberg-Zakarin will speak on "The Family of Simon Wiesenthal: From
Galicia to South Florida." She will explain how her research led her to
Helene Kenvin, one of our own JGSPBCI members. Helene was contacted by the
daughter and granddaughter of Simon Wiesenthal. Dr. Zakarin will deliver a
Power Point presentation describing their joint genealogy search for the
family members of her
grandfather, and Helene's relatives.

Bazarov is a frequent lecturer at international seminars on Jewish
genealogy, speaking about HIAS activities and projects. He travels to
Eastern Europe (Poland and Ukraine) searching archives and locating
documents related directly to HIAS activities spanning the last 100 years.

He also researches HIAS history and presents his findings in lectures and
publications. The HIAS Location and Family History Service helps immigrants
of different generations to find family members and friends - often in other
countries - with whom they lost contact over the years.. Valery is
especially committed to finding and honoring the heroes who rescued European
Jews during the Holocaust. He joined HIAS shortly after immigrating to the
United States in 1988 >from Russia and has assisted in the arrival of more
than 200,000 Jewish refugees who came to the United States under HIAS
auspices. He holds two graduate degrees >from Odessa State University (1969)
and Hunter College of the City University of New York (1994).

Mark Your Calendar for These Exciting
Upcoming Fall and Winter Meetings with Outstanding Speakers

November 8, 2006

1:00 PM South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL

Creating Your Own Family Web Site
A Step by Step Guide
Learn how to use the World Wide Web to share your research, family stories
and pictures with your entire family, wherever they are in the world, 24
hours a day, 7 days a week. You'll find out just what's needed to create
your own affordable, easy to maintain web site.

Join us on November 8th when our presenters, JGSPBCI members Elle Schorr and
Jerry Kornbluth, share the secrets they learned while creating their own
family tree Web site using lots of family pictures and other memorabilia.
They'll share a step by step approach that you can follow to easily create
your own family web site. Be sure to join us for this enlightening
presentation.

* December 13, 2006

1:00 PM South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL

Using Israeli Archives & Resources
For Worldwide Jewish Records

Guest Speaker: Michael Goldstein
Michael Goldstein, born in Canada, is a Jerusalem-based genealogist who
researches, mentors, lectures, and conducts workshops in Israel and North
America. He specializes in guiding North American in locating and
connecting with their Israeli family, facilitating the use of local Israeli
research sources. His expertise is in tracing whose testimonies are found
in Yad Vashem records.

Michael holds a BA >from Concordia University and a MSW >from Yeshiva
University. He is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogist,
The Israel Genealogical Society and Jewish Genealogy Society of Montreal.

* January 10, 2007

1:00 PM South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL

My Family Tree DNA

Speaker: Bennett Greenspan

Bennett Greenspan, President and CEO of Family Tree DNA, will speak on the
subject of DNA Testing for Genealogy. Since its inception, in April of
2000, Family Tree DNA has been associated with the Arizona Research Labs,
led by Michael Hammer, one of the world's leading authorities in the field
of Genetics. Family Tree DNA is the world leader and only organization in
the field of Genetic Genealogy that has been constantly developing the
science that enables many genealogists around the world advance their
families' research.

Mr. Greenspan, an entrepreneur and life-long genealogy enthusiast, founded
Family Tree DNA in 1999. He turned a hobby into a full time vocation.
Family Tree DNA has grown >from a cottage business into the largest hobbyist
testing service in the world.

* Special Events

* Sunday January 21, 2007
16th Annivesary Luncheon
Benvenuto Caterestaurant
Boynton Beach, FL

Guest Speaker: Dr. Neil Rosenstein, world renowned genealogist, author,
lecturer, Rabinic scholar
Chairperson: Sylvia Nusinov
Co-Chair: Jacqueline Fineblit

* Wednesday February 28, 2007
Annual Workshop/Miniconference

Beifield Auditorium
Sandler Center for Jewish Life Enhancement
Levis Jewish Community Center Campus in Boca Raton, FL
Chairperson: Joel Sisitsky
9AM to 4:30PM.
Registration will be 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM.

Approximately seven programs will be presented on topics ranging from
hardships our ancestors faced in traveling to the United States, Jews in the
U.S.Civil War and a basic introduction to Power Point. A resource room will
be open for participants to peruse as will our library enabling one to make
use of our resource material and connect to the internet. A kosher box lunch
is included.

For further information contact:
Sylvia Nusinov curiousyl@...
Marilyn Newman mnewman714@...

Jacqueline Fineblit jsfine@...


JGS Oregon: October 11th Monthly Meeting #general

Ronald D. Doctor <rondoctor@...>
 

Jewish Genealogical Society of Oregon

Notice of October Monthly Meeting

Date: Wednesday, October 11, 2006
Time: 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Place: Mittleman Jewish Community Center
6651 SW Capitol Hwy
Portland, Oregon
(NOTE: We are returning to MJCC. The October meeting is
in the Dance Studio located to the left of the entry)
503-452-3429

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Oregon (JGSO) invites you, your
family, and friends to our October monthly meeting.

The New York Experience
presented by Stephen Morse

Stephen Morse is an amateur genealogist who has been researching his
Russian-Jewish origins for the past few years. Several years ago he
developed some web-based searching aids which, much to his surprise,
have attracted attention worldwide. For our October program, Steve wil
show us some of the newest "One-Step" developments on his website. He
has received both the Outstanding Contribution Award and the Lifetime
Achievement Award >from the International Association of Jewish
Genealogical Societies.

In his other life Morse is a computer professional with a doctorate
degree in electrical engineering >from New York University. He has held
research positions at Bell Labs, IBM Watson Research, GE Corporate R&D,
and Compagnie Internationale pour l'Informatique in France. He has been
involved in development at Intel Corp, Alsys Inc, and Netscape. He has
taught at CCNY, Pratt Institute, UC Berkeley, SUNY Albany, Stanford
University, and San Francisco State. He has authored numerous technical
papers, written four textbooks, and holds four patents. He is best known
as the architect of the Intel 8086 (the granddaddy of today's pentium
processor), which sparked the PC revolution 25 years ago.

This event is *free* to JGSO members. Contributions at the door of $2 door
are requested >from non-members to help us defray the meeting cost.
Contribution can be deducted >from new membership if you join that evening.

To be placed on JGS of Oregon's e-mail distribution list, send an e-mail
message to rondoctor@.... Once you are on the list, you will
receive periodic messages concerning Jewish genealogy. Your name and
e-mail address will not be distributed outside of JGS of Oregon. For
more information about JGSO and its activities, visit the JGSO web site
at: http://www.rootsweb.com/~orjgs , or call Joan Teller at 503-636-5626.

The JGSO is affiliated with the International Association of Jewish
Genealogical Societies.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS Oregon: October 11th Monthly Meeting #general

Ronald D. Doctor <rondoctor@...>
 

Jewish Genealogical Society of Oregon

Notice of October Monthly Meeting

Date: Wednesday, October 11, 2006
Time: 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Place: Mittleman Jewish Community Center
6651 SW Capitol Hwy
Portland, Oregon
(NOTE: We are returning to MJCC. The October meeting is
in the Dance Studio located to the left of the entry)
503-452-3429

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Oregon (JGSO) invites you, your
family, and friends to our October monthly meeting.

The New York Experience
presented by Stephen Morse

Stephen Morse is an amateur genealogist who has been researching his
Russian-Jewish origins for the past few years. Several years ago he
developed some web-based searching aids which, much to his surprise,
have attracted attention worldwide. For our October program, Steve wil
show us some of the newest "One-Step" developments on his website. He
has received both the Outstanding Contribution Award and the Lifetime
Achievement Award >from the International Association of Jewish
Genealogical Societies.

In his other life Morse is a computer professional with a doctorate
degree in electrical engineering >from New York University. He has held
research positions at Bell Labs, IBM Watson Research, GE Corporate R&D,
and Compagnie Internationale pour l'Informatique in France. He has been
involved in development at Intel Corp, Alsys Inc, and Netscape. He has
taught at CCNY, Pratt Institute, UC Berkeley, SUNY Albany, Stanford
University, and San Francisco State. He has authored numerous technical
papers, written four textbooks, and holds four patents. He is best known
as the architect of the Intel 8086 (the granddaddy of today's pentium
processor), which sparked the PC revolution 25 years ago.

This event is *free* to JGSO members. Contributions at the door of $2 door
are requested >from non-members to help us defray the meeting cost.
Contribution can be deducted >from new membership if you join that evening.

To be placed on JGS of Oregon's e-mail distribution list, send an e-mail
message to rondoctor@.... Once you are on the list, you will
receive periodic messages concerning Jewish genealogy. Your name and
e-mail address will not be distributed outside of JGS of Oregon. For
more information about JGSO and its activities, visit the JGSO web site
at: http://www.rootsweb.com/~orjgs , or call Joan Teller at 503-636-5626.

The JGSO is affiliated with the International Association of Jewish
Genealogical Societies.


Re: Locating shtetl descendents and storing masses of information #general

henryn <henryn@...>
 

Phyllis Kramer:

Thanks for your post on this thread:

Howard Relish responded to the query about locating all the descendents
of a shtetl. He said: "I've also been scratching my head about how to
store such data. Spreadsheet? Database application? Text editor? Then
there's the potential issue of merging results >from searches of other
databases. "
Actually, the head-scratching is my state, part of my response to his
comments about my original query.

I have collected all the information on my gf's shtetl, Zmigrod, as i
found that each of the major families connected somewhere to my family.
You are indeed fortunate! Approximately how many people were in Zmigord?
How many families? My two ancestral shtetls contained about 3000 and about
5000 people each.

I began with Ellis Island, as Howard suggested, but my next step was
census, where i could track the families. In terms of how to store the
information, I put the results of every query into text, and compiled
these texts into one word document. Then searching became a one step,
very easy process.
Right, I have thought of using MS Word or something similar -- pointedly NOT
a database or spreadsheet. My technical friends are shocked, but I think
there are good arguments for this approach. Among them, as you say, plain
old text search works fine for many purposes.

I am concerned about size. In my experience, Word gets a bit cranky as the
number of pages increases. How many pages in your Word file?

As far as using census data, I would be worried about the process of merging
results >from a comprehensive census search with text data in a Word
document. That sounds like potentially a huge amount of work to do manually
-- if there are in fact overlaps.

My experience thus far, with my family and a few examples of their townsmen,
is there are very few overlaps between databases. I cannot recall finding
the same person in two different database.

Maybe the my family and the examples I chose were unusually elusive
individuals. What kind of overlaps did you find?

Thanks,

Henry

Henry Neugass
Palo Alto, CA
henryn@... remove 'zzz'

Kletsk: KIRZNER -- www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Kletsk
Wysokie-Litewskie: GRYNFELD, ZUBOFF


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Locating shtetl descendents and storing masses of information #general

henryn <henryn@...>
 

Phyllis Kramer:

Thanks for your post on this thread:

Howard Relish responded to the query about locating all the descendents
of a shtetl. He said: "I've also been scratching my head about how to
store such data. Spreadsheet? Database application? Text editor? Then
there's the potential issue of merging results >from searches of other
databases. "
Actually, the head-scratching is my state, part of my response to his
comments about my original query.

I have collected all the information on my gf's shtetl, Zmigrod, as i
found that each of the major families connected somewhere to my family.
You are indeed fortunate! Approximately how many people were in Zmigord?
How many families? My two ancestral shtetls contained about 3000 and about
5000 people each.

I began with Ellis Island, as Howard suggested, but my next step was
census, where i could track the families. In terms of how to store the
information, I put the results of every query into text, and compiled
these texts into one word document. Then searching became a one step,
very easy process.
Right, I have thought of using MS Word or something similar -- pointedly NOT
a database or spreadsheet. My technical friends are shocked, but I think
there are good arguments for this approach. Among them, as you say, plain
old text search works fine for many purposes.

I am concerned about size. In my experience, Word gets a bit cranky as the
number of pages increases. How many pages in your Word file?

As far as using census data, I would be worried about the process of merging
results >from a comprehensive census search with text data in a Word
document. That sounds like potentially a huge amount of work to do manually
-- if there are in fact overlaps.

My experience thus far, with my family and a few examples of their townsmen,
is there are very few overlaps between databases. I cannot recall finding
the same person in two different database.

Maybe the my family and the examples I chose were unusually elusive
individuals. What kind of overlaps did you find?

Thanks,

Henry

Henry Neugass
Palo Alto, CA
henryn@... remove 'zzz'

Kletsk: KIRZNER -- www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Kletsk
Wysokie-Litewskie: GRYNFELD, ZUBOFF


Re: Lithuania: Census data after 1874? #general

Joel.Glassman <mojo@...>
 

Hi everyone
Thanks for your suggestions--I've talked
to people who sent me email but may have missed
responses sent only to this list (forgot to set how I receive
postings)...

Jeff told me about the 1897 All Russia census but unfortunately
my town and district of interest have no records available
(to locate this census info type "1897" in the Jewishgen site search field)
Carol told me that she had received a copy of the 1874 census
with updates on it that were done in 1894
This is very interesting!

Research is an adventure- alternating between the amazing
and frustrating, but I'm sure you'all know about that...
I'll post another general question soon about requesting info from
state archives.
thanks--Joel Glassman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Lithuania: Census data after 1874? #general

Joel.Glassman <mojo@...>
 

Hi everyone
Thanks for your suggestions--I've talked
to people who sent me email but may have missed
responses sent only to this list (forgot to set how I receive
postings)...

Jeff told me about the 1897 All Russia census but unfortunately
my town and district of interest have no records available
(to locate this census info type "1897" in the Jewishgen site search field)
Carol told me that she had received a copy of the 1874 census
with updates on it that were done in 1894
This is very interesting!

Research is an adventure- alternating between the amazing
and frustrating, but I'm sure you'all know about that...
I'll post another general question soon about requesting info from
state archives.
thanks--Joel Glassman


ISSACMAN from Phalang/Memel #rabbinic

yoni ben-ari <yrcdi@...>
 

Does anyone have knowledge of an ISSACMAN family that originated
from Memel (plunge). They may have been related to rabbinical
figures, but I know very little about them.

My ancestors of this name and origin immigrated to Palestine during
the second half of the 19th cent.

Shabbat Shalom, chag Sameach (Happy succot) and G'mar tov to one and
all.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Efrat, Israel


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic ISSACMAN from Phalang/Memel #rabbinic

yoni ben-ari <yrcdi@...>
 

Does anyone have knowledge of an ISSACMAN family that originated
from Memel (plunge). They may have been related to rabbinical
figures, but I know very little about them.

My ancestors of this name and origin immigrated to Palestine during
the second half of the 19th cent.

Shabbat Shalom, chag Sameach (Happy succot) and G'mar tov to one and
all.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Efrat, Israel


R' Moshe of KLETZK father of Rav Dovid of Novardok end 18th c. #rabbinic

yoni ben-ari <yrcdi@...>
 

Does anyone have knowledge of the descendants of Rav Moshe of
Kletzk, father of the Rav (Rabbi) of Novarodok, David, other than
than the descendants of the above David.

R' Moshe lived during the second half of the 18th century.

Shabbat Shalom and Chag sameach (Happy Succot) and a gmar tov to
all.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Efrat, Israel


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic R' Moshe of KLETZK father of Rav Dovid of Novardok end 18th c. #rabbinic

yoni ben-ari <yrcdi@...>
 

Does anyone have knowledge of the descendants of Rav Moshe of
Kletzk, father of the Rav (Rabbi) of Novarodok, David, other than
than the descendants of the above David.

R' Moshe lived during the second half of the 18th century.

Shabbat Shalom and Chag sameach (Happy Succot) and a gmar tov to
all.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Efrat, Israel