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Re: Passenger Lists for Rhode Island Ports #general

Peter Zavon <pzavon@...>
 

It would have been helpful had you said *when* your uncle arrived, even if
only to the nearest decade.

There was no "Port of Rhode Island" although there may have been a port in
Rhode Island. All surviving official passenger lists are on microfilm at
the US National Archives in Washington, DC., and, I believe, also that the
Branch Archives in Pittsfield, MA. The films for ports in New England,
which includes Rhode Island, will also be at the ranch Archives in Waltham.
The Mormon Family History Centers can borrow many different microfilms,
including copies of these, >from their Family History Library. They are then
made available for your use in the Family History Center.

For Providence, RI, Passenger lists are on film for the period >from 17 June
1911- Jan 1943. There is an alphabetical index to passengers arriving at
Providence covering 18 June 1911 to 5 Oct 1954. There are also book indexes
to the Providence Passenger Lists covering 13 Dec 1911 - 26 June 1934.

There are also Customs Passenger lists for Bristol and Warren, RI for
1820-1871 and for Providence for 1820-1867. Their names are part of a
larger index covering 19th century arrivals at Great Lakes, Atlantic and
Gulf Coast lists (Expect NYC)

The above is based on a 23-year old compilation >from the National archives,
so some additional materials may have been added.

Peter Zavon
Penfield, NY
PZAVON@...

"Todd Lerner" <tlernerdds@...> wrote
My Uncle came to the US through the Port of Rhode Island via the Fabre
Line. Does anyone know how to obtain the Passenger lists for this port?
Todd Lerner


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Passenger Lists for Rhode Island Ports #general

Peter Zavon <pzavon@...>
 

It would have been helpful had you said *when* your uncle arrived, even if
only to the nearest decade.

There was no "Port of Rhode Island" although there may have been a port in
Rhode Island. All surviving official passenger lists are on microfilm at
the US National Archives in Washington, DC., and, I believe, also that the
Branch Archives in Pittsfield, MA. The films for ports in New England,
which includes Rhode Island, will also be at the ranch Archives in Waltham.
The Mormon Family History Centers can borrow many different microfilms,
including copies of these, >from their Family History Library. They are then
made available for your use in the Family History Center.

For Providence, RI, Passenger lists are on film for the period >from 17 June
1911- Jan 1943. There is an alphabetical index to passengers arriving at
Providence covering 18 June 1911 to 5 Oct 1954. There are also book indexes
to the Providence Passenger Lists covering 13 Dec 1911 - 26 June 1934.

There are also Customs Passenger lists for Bristol and Warren, RI for
1820-1871 and for Providence for 1820-1867. Their names are part of a
larger index covering 19th century arrivals at Great Lakes, Atlantic and
Gulf Coast lists (Expect NYC)

The above is based on a 23-year old compilation >from the National archives,
so some additional materials may have been added.

Peter Zavon
Penfield, NY
PZAVON@...

"Todd Lerner" <tlernerdds@...> wrote
My Uncle came to the US through the Port of Rhode Island via the Fabre
Line. Does anyone know how to obtain the Passenger lists for this port?
Todd Lerner


Sinyas ? Synagogue NYC (ViewMate File VM8706) #general

ELIAS SAVADA
 

On a NYC marriage certificate >from October 1923, the location of the
wedding appears to read Sinyas or Ginyas Synagogue, with the address
being Madison (Street, I assume) and Mont--(rest of cross street not
decipherable). The rabbi performing the ceremony was Adolph Spiegel.
I have posted the scribble at ViewMate (http://data.jewishgen.org/
viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8706). Any help identifying the
synagogue and the cross streets would be appreciated.

Please respond privately DIRECTLY to me at esavada@....

Eli Savada
Bethesda MD
esavada@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Sinyas ? Synagogue NYC (ViewMate File VM8706) #general

ELIAS SAVADA
 

On a NYC marriage certificate >from October 1923, the location of the
wedding appears to read Sinyas or Ginyas Synagogue, with the address
being Madison (Street, I assume) and Mont--(rest of cross street not
decipherable). The rabbi performing the ceremony was Adolph Spiegel.
I have posted the scribble at ViewMate (http://data.jewishgen.org/
viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8706). Any help identifying the
synagogue and the cross streets would be appreciated.

Please respond privately DIRECTLY to me at esavada@....

Eli Savada
Bethesda MD
esavada@...


Any And All Information & One Translation Needed For Viewmates VM8680-84 #general

sacredsisters3@aol.com <sacredsisters3@...>
 

Hello

I have five pics just posted, and they are VM8680-84. I only need one
of them translated which VM8680. Its the back of VM8681. I do not know
what the language is but would like someone's help with an english
translation.

VM8680-Translation Please

VM8681-Front of 8680-Unknown Boy-Possibly Faikes Family- If anyone
recognizes the boy please contact me.

VM8682-Unknown Boy-Possibly Faikes Family-Please contact me if you
recognize.

VM8683-David Greenberg-1927 Central High Yearbook photo of my
great-uncle-If anyone has any information pertaining to him please
contact me.

VM8684-Group Photo-Most likely of Greenberg Family & Cousins-If you
know or recognize anyone please contact me.

I appreciate all helpful information.

Sarah Greenberg(USA)
sacredsisters3@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Any And All Information & One Translation Needed For Viewmates VM8680-84 #general

sacredsisters3@aol.com <sacredsisters3@...>
 

Hello

I have five pics just posted, and they are VM8680-84. I only need one
of them translated which VM8680. Its the back of VM8681. I do not know
what the language is but would like someone's help with an english
translation.

VM8680-Translation Please

VM8681-Front of 8680-Unknown Boy-Possibly Faikes Family- If anyone
recognizes the boy please contact me.

VM8682-Unknown Boy-Possibly Faikes Family-Please contact me if you
recognize.

VM8683-David Greenberg-1927 Central High Yearbook photo of my
great-uncle-If anyone has any information pertaining to him please
contact me.

VM8684-Group Photo-Most likely of Greenberg Family & Cousins-If you
know or recognize anyone please contact me.

I appreciate all helpful information.

Sarah Greenberg(USA)
sacredsisters3@...


Lookups please in the UK National Archives #unitedkingdom

srhlsr@...
 

Looking through the website of the UK National Archives, I saw that : 
 
At The National Archives / Family Records Centre 
View original - FREE! Available at The National Archives. You can order
this in advance of your visit. Original document . 
 
I searched their online catalogue and found listed naturalization
papers for two cousins of mine. 
 
I'd very much appreciate copies of these! 
 
Is any list member going to the UK National Archives for their own
research, and who wouldn't mind looking up two documents for me? 
 
The National Archives is off Ruskin Avenue, Kew, Richmond, Surrey. You
can look at www.multimap.com. 
 
The URL for visiting the National Archives is: 
 
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/visit 
 
Please e-mail me at srhlsr@... or srhlsr@.... 
 
I'll provide details of the documents I'm interested in when interested
list members contact me. 
 
Thank you very much!!! 
 
Sarah Lasry 
Israel


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Lookups please in the UK National Archives #unitedkingdom

srhlsr@...
 

Looking through the website of the UK National Archives, I saw that : 
 
At The National Archives / Family Records Centre 
View original - FREE! Available at The National Archives. You can order
this in advance of your visit. Original document . 
 
I searched their online catalogue and found listed naturalization
papers for two cousins of mine. 
 
I'd very much appreciate copies of these! 
 
Is any list member going to the UK National Archives for their own
research, and who wouldn't mind looking up two documents for me? 
 
The National Archives is off Ruskin Avenue, Kew, Richmond, Surrey. You
can look at www.multimap.com. 
 
The URL for visiting the National Archives is: 
 
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/visit 
 
Please e-mail me at srhlsr@... or srhlsr@.... 
 
I'll provide details of the documents I'm interested in when interested
list members contact me. 
 
Thank you very much!!! 
 
Sarah Lasry 
Israel


Re: Schillimore/Schillemore #unitedkingdom

N.Landau@...
 


Subject: Re: Schillimore/Schillemore
From: "Richard Cooper" <ricooper@...>
Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2006 00:42:29 +0100
X-Message-Number: 1

On 22 October Louise Arruda asked:
" Is there anyone who can tell me if a family with the surname Schillimore
or
Schillemore was ever a member of the synagogue in Portsmouth?"

I have transcripts of most of the Portsmouth and Southsea Hebrew
Congregation records of births, marriages and deaths.
There is no SCHILLIMORE or any name sounding like that.
Indeed, I have never come across it (or ZHILIMER or
CHILIMER etc) as a Jewish surname. The nearest is CHELEMER,
found in some Polish records on http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/
Good luck with your research,
Interestingly there is a Councillor Sarah Schillemore of East Hampshire
District Council (near Portsmouth) who declares in the Minutes below

http://www.easthants.gov.uk/ehdc/committee2000.nsf/0/9B75BD9571E4469B8025708900326EE4/$File/DOMO6GMCS7.doc

that she is a member of a particular church.

Of course, it doesn't mean that the family was never Jewish - and the
councillor could be married to a man of Jewish origin.

Doing a search on Schillemore I found the following link
http://genforum.genealogy.com/schildt/messages/28.html which contained the
following:

"I have been trying to find out the origin of my family name with no
success. So far all the Schillemore's in the World are related to one man
who appeared in Portsmouth England about 1780. Can any one offer suggestions
as to where I can search."

That was in 2002 and there have been no follow-ups.

If this is true then I would have thought that one needs to trace that man's
origins - which are quite likely lost in the mists of time - unless you have
the BBC genealogy programme (mainly related to well-known people in the UK)
Who Do You Think You Are working for you.

Nick Landau
London, UK

COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland) WEITZMAN (Cracow), WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany),
THALHEIMER (Mainbernheim, Germany), KOHN/WEISSKOPF (Wallerstein and
Kleinerdlingen,Germany), LANDAU (only adopted
on leaving Russia/Belarus or later)/FREDKIN (?)
(Gomel, Mogilev, Chernigov, Russia/Belarus)


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Re: Schillimore/Schillemore #unitedkingdom

N.Landau@...
 


Subject: Re: Schillimore/Schillemore
From: "Richard Cooper" <ricooper@...>
Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2006 00:42:29 +0100
X-Message-Number: 1

On 22 October Louise Arruda asked:
" Is there anyone who can tell me if a family with the surname Schillimore
or
Schillemore was ever a member of the synagogue in Portsmouth?"

I have transcripts of most of the Portsmouth and Southsea Hebrew
Congregation records of births, marriages and deaths.
There is no SCHILLIMORE or any name sounding like that.
Indeed, I have never come across it (or ZHILIMER or
CHILIMER etc) as a Jewish surname. The nearest is CHELEMER,
found in some Polish records on http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/
Good luck with your research,
Interestingly there is a Councillor Sarah Schillemore of East Hampshire
District Council (near Portsmouth) who declares in the Minutes below

http://www.easthants.gov.uk/ehdc/committee2000.nsf/0/9B75BD9571E4469B8025708900326EE4/$File/DOMO6GMCS7.doc

that she is a member of a particular church.

Of course, it doesn't mean that the family was never Jewish - and the
councillor could be married to a man of Jewish origin.

Doing a search on Schillemore I found the following link
http://genforum.genealogy.com/schildt/messages/28.html which contained the
following:

"I have been trying to find out the origin of my family name with no
success. So far all the Schillemore's in the World are related to one man
who appeared in Portsmouth England about 1780. Can any one offer suggestions
as to where I can search."

That was in 2002 and there have been no follow-ups.

If this is true then I would have thought that one needs to trace that man's
origins - which are quite likely lost in the mists of time - unless you have
the BBC genealogy programme (mainly related to well-known people in the UK)
Who Do You Think You Are working for you.

Nick Landau
London, UK

COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland) WEITZMAN (Cracow), WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany),
THALHEIMER (Mainbernheim, Germany), KOHN/WEISSKOPF (Wallerstein and
Kleinerdlingen,Germany), LANDAU (only adopted
on leaving Russia/Belarus or later)/FREDKIN (?)
(Gomel, Mogilev, Chernigov, Russia/Belarus)


NEW: LIbrary & Archives Canada immigration databases #poland

Donna Dinberg <blacknus@...>
 

Library and Archives Canada (LAC) is pleased to announce the launch of
"Traces of the Past", a new component of the virtual exhibition "Moving
Here, Staying Here: the Canadian Immigrant Experience".

You are invited to visit the site at:
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/immigrants.

Funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage through its Canadian
Culture Online initiative, the site uses documents held at LAC to tell
the exciting story of immigration to Canada >from the early 19th century
to the outbreak of the Second World War. As well as learning first
hand the trials of immigration through narratives enhanced by
manuscripts, publications and visual material, you are encouraged to
find your own family's history through the databases of digitized
documents ... such as passenger lists and muster rolls ... that are
provided.

In collaboration with the Canadian Genealogy Centre, LAC is pleased to
offer the following research tools, all of which include digitized
images of documents:

Passenger Lists
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/passenger/index-e.html

Passenger lists (RG 76) were the official immigration documents >from
1865 to 1935. The lists contain information such as the name, age,
country of origin, occupation and destination of each passenger. The
lists are organized by port and date of arrival. This database
provides access to passenger lists for the ports of Quebec (1865-1921);
Halifax (1881-1912, and soon to 1922); Saint John (1900-1912); North
Sydney (1906-1908); Vancouver (1905-1912); and Victoria (1905 to 1912
shortly).

The Ward Chipman Papers
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/ward-chipman/index-e.html

Ward Chipman the Elder (1754-1824), a Massachusetts lawyer, was also an
army administrator in the State of New York between 1777 and 1783. In
1784, he settled in New Brunswick where he served as solicitor general
until 1808. The Ward Chipman Papers contain muster rolls of Loyalists,
and their families, who were members of demobilized regiments and who
settled in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. This research tool provides
access to nearly 19,000 references to Loyalist families.

The Likacheff-Ragosine-Mathers Collection (LI-RA-MA)
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/li-ra-ma/index-e.html

The Likacheff-Ragosine-Mathers collection (LI-RA-MA) contains documents
created between 1898 and 1922 by the Canadian consular offices of the
Tsarist Russian Empire. The series on passports and identity papers
(many with photos) contains approximately 11,400 files on Jewish,
Ukrainian and Finnish immigrants who came to Canada >from the Russian
Empire. Also included are passport applications and questionnaires
containing general information. Nearly half the database is now
available online, with the rest to be added soon.

The contributions of many LAC staff were instrumental in the success of
this project, and their efforts are much appreciated.

For more information, please contact Project Manager Angele Alain at
webservices@....

Posted by:
Donna Dinberg
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
blacknus@...


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland NEW: LIbrary & Archives Canada immigration databases #poland

Donna Dinberg <blacknus@...>
 

Library and Archives Canada (LAC) is pleased to announce the launch of
"Traces of the Past", a new component of the virtual exhibition "Moving
Here, Staying Here: the Canadian Immigrant Experience".

You are invited to visit the site at:
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/immigrants.

Funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage through its Canadian
Culture Online initiative, the site uses documents held at LAC to tell
the exciting story of immigration to Canada >from the early 19th century
to the outbreak of the Second World War. As well as learning first
hand the trials of immigration through narratives enhanced by
manuscripts, publications and visual material, you are encouraged to
find your own family's history through the databases of digitized
documents ... such as passenger lists and muster rolls ... that are
provided.

In collaboration with the Canadian Genealogy Centre, LAC is pleased to
offer the following research tools, all of which include digitized
images of documents:

Passenger Lists
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/passenger/index-e.html

Passenger lists (RG 76) were the official immigration documents >from
1865 to 1935. The lists contain information such as the name, age,
country of origin, occupation and destination of each passenger. The
lists are organized by port and date of arrival. This database
provides access to passenger lists for the ports of Quebec (1865-1921);
Halifax (1881-1912, and soon to 1922); Saint John (1900-1912); North
Sydney (1906-1908); Vancouver (1905-1912); and Victoria (1905 to 1912
shortly).

The Ward Chipman Papers
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/ward-chipman/index-e.html

Ward Chipman the Elder (1754-1824), a Massachusetts lawyer, was also an
army administrator in the State of New York between 1777 and 1783. In
1784, he settled in New Brunswick where he served as solicitor general
until 1808. The Ward Chipman Papers contain muster rolls of Loyalists,
and their families, who were members of demobilized regiments and who
settled in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. This research tool provides
access to nearly 19,000 references to Loyalist families.

The Likacheff-Ragosine-Mathers Collection (LI-RA-MA)
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/li-ra-ma/index-e.html

The Likacheff-Ragosine-Mathers collection (LI-RA-MA) contains documents
created between 1898 and 1922 by the Canadian consular offices of the
Tsarist Russian Empire. The series on passports and identity papers
(many with photos) contains approximately 11,400 files on Jewish,
Ukrainian and Finnish immigrants who came to Canada >from the Russian
Empire. Also included are passport applications and questionnaires
containing general information. Nearly half the database is now
available online, with the rest to be added soon.

The contributions of many LAC staff were instrumental in the success of
this project, and their efforts are much appreciated.

For more information, please contact Project Manager Angele Alain at
webservices@....

Posted by:
Donna Dinberg
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
blacknus@...


NEW: LIbrary & Archives Canada immigration databases #lithuania

Donna Dinberg <blacknus@...>
 

Library and Archives Canada (LAC) is pleased to announce the launch of
"Traces of the Past", a new component of the virtual exhibition "Moving
Here, Staying Here: the Canadian Immigrant Experience".

You are invited to visit the site at:
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/immigrants.

Funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage through its Canadian
Culture Online initiative, the site uses documents held at LAC to tell
the exciting story of immigration to Canada >from the early 19th century
to the outbreak of the Second World War. As well as learning first
hand the trials of immigration through narratives enhanced by
manuscripts, publications and visual material, you are encouraged to
find your own family's history through the databases of digitized
documents ... such as passenger lists and muster rolls ... that are
provided.

In collaboration with the Canadian Genealogy Centre, LAC is pleased to
offer the following research tools, all of which include digitized
images of documents:

Passenger Lists
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/passenger/index-e.html

Passenger lists (RG 76) were the official immigration documents >from
1865 to 1935. The lists contain information such as the name, age,
country of origin, occupation and destination of each passenger. The
lists are organized by port and date of arrival. This database
provides access to passenger lists for the ports of Quebec (1865-1921);
Halifax (1881-1912, and soon to 1922); Saint John (1900-1912); North
Sydney (1906-1908); Vancouver (1905-1912); and Victoria (1905 to 1912
shortly).

The Ward Chipman Papers
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/ward-chipman/index-e.html

Ward Chipman the Elder (1754-1824), a Massachusetts lawyer, was also an
army administrator in the State of New York between 1777 and 1783. In
1784, he settled in New Brunswick where he served as solicitor general
until 1808. The Ward Chipman Papers contain muster rolls of Loyalists,
and their families, who were members of demobilized regiments and who
settled in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. This research tool provides
access to nearly 19,000 references to Loyalist families.

The Likacheff-Ragosine-Mathers Collection (LI-RA-MA)
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/li-ra-ma/index-e.html

The Likacheff-Ragosine-Mathers collection (LI-RA-MA) contains documents
created between 1898 and 1922 by the Canadian consular offices of the
Tsarist Russian Empire. The series on passports and identity papers
(many with photos) contains approximately 11,400 files on Jewish,
Ukrainian and Finnish immigrants who came to Canada >from the Russian
Empire. Also included are passport applications and questionnaires
containing general information. Nearly half the database is now
available online, with the rest to be added soon.

The contributions of many LAC staff were instrumental in the success of
this project, and their efforts are much appreciated.

For more information, please contact Project Manager Angele Alain at
webservices@....

Posted by:
Donna Dinberg
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
blacknus@...


details are now available for the IGS One Day Seminar! #lithuania

Martha LEV-ZION <martha@...>
 

We want to let you know that all abstracts of the lectures to be
given at our exciting Second Annual One Day Seminar, to take place on
Monday, 20 November at Beit Wolyn in Givatayim, are now up on the IGS
website. Go to:

http://www.isragen.org.il/NROS/YY2006/index.html

You will also find there short biographies of the lecturers as well
as those participating in the special sessions of "Ask The Experts"
during our lunch break. In addition, you can download the program as
well as the bilingual registration form. All information is in both
Hebrew and English. There is thorough public transportation
information as well as a map of Givatayim.

Remember, early registration ends on 3 November and that seating is
limited!

We look forward to seeing you on 20 November!

Martha Lev-Zion for
The Organising Committee
IGS Second Annual One Day Seminar


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania NEW: LIbrary & Archives Canada immigration databases #lithuania

Donna Dinberg <blacknus@...>
 

Library and Archives Canada (LAC) is pleased to announce the launch of
"Traces of the Past", a new component of the virtual exhibition "Moving
Here, Staying Here: the Canadian Immigrant Experience".

You are invited to visit the site at:
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/immigrants.

Funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage through its Canadian
Culture Online initiative, the site uses documents held at LAC to tell
the exciting story of immigration to Canada >from the early 19th century
to the outbreak of the Second World War. As well as learning first
hand the trials of immigration through narratives enhanced by
manuscripts, publications and visual material, you are encouraged to
find your own family's history through the databases of digitized
documents ... such as passenger lists and muster rolls ... that are
provided.

In collaboration with the Canadian Genealogy Centre, LAC is pleased to
offer the following research tools, all of which include digitized
images of documents:

Passenger Lists
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/passenger/index-e.html

Passenger lists (RG 76) were the official immigration documents >from
1865 to 1935. The lists contain information such as the name, age,
country of origin, occupation and destination of each passenger. The
lists are organized by port and date of arrival. This database
provides access to passenger lists for the ports of Quebec (1865-1921);
Halifax (1881-1912, and soon to 1922); Saint John (1900-1912); North
Sydney (1906-1908); Vancouver (1905-1912); and Victoria (1905 to 1912
shortly).

The Ward Chipman Papers
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/ward-chipman/index-e.html

Ward Chipman the Elder (1754-1824), a Massachusetts lawyer, was also an
army administrator in the State of New York between 1777 and 1783. In
1784, he settled in New Brunswick where he served as solicitor general
until 1808. The Ward Chipman Papers contain muster rolls of Loyalists,
and their families, who were members of demobilized regiments and who
settled in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. This research tool provides
access to nearly 19,000 references to Loyalist families.

The Likacheff-Ragosine-Mathers Collection (LI-RA-MA)
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/li-ra-ma/index-e.html

The Likacheff-Ragosine-Mathers collection (LI-RA-MA) contains documents
created between 1898 and 1922 by the Canadian consular offices of the
Tsarist Russian Empire. The series on passports and identity papers
(many with photos) contains approximately 11,400 files on Jewish,
Ukrainian and Finnish immigrants who came to Canada >from the Russian
Empire. Also included are passport applications and questionnaires
containing general information. Nearly half the database is now
available online, with the rest to be added soon.

The contributions of many LAC staff were instrumental in the success of
this project, and their efforts are much appreciated.

For more information, please contact Project Manager Angele Alain at
webservices@....

Posted by:
Donna Dinberg
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
blacknus@...


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania details are now available for the IGS One Day Seminar! #lithuania

Martha LEV-ZION <martha@...>
 

We want to let you know that all abstracts of the lectures to be
given at our exciting Second Annual One Day Seminar, to take place on
Monday, 20 November at Beit Wolyn in Givatayim, are now up on the IGS
website. Go to:

http://www.isragen.org.il/NROS/YY2006/index.html

You will also find there short biographies of the lecturers as well
as those participating in the special sessions of "Ask The Experts"
during our lunch break. In addition, you can download the program as
well as the bilingual registration form. All information is in both
Hebrew and English. There is thorough public transportation
information as well as a map of Givatayim.

Remember, early registration ends on 3 November and that seating is
limited!

We look forward to seeing you on 20 November!

Martha Lev-Zion for
The Organising Committee
IGS Second Annual One Day Seminar


Request for Viewmate Translations from Polish to English #poland

HJB <hjb@...>
 

I would be very grateful if a kind researcher is able to translate these
documents which were obtained through use of the LDS films made available
at the IAJGS Conference this summer. My thanks to those who arranged the
availability of these films.

I am interested in all details of information in these documents but will
certainly appreciate any efforts which are made.

VM8699 Description: Birth Record(1833) for Osiey KANOT >from Czyzewo in Lomza
Gubernia
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8699

VM 8701 Description: Birth Record (1867) for Basia KANET >from Czyzew, Lomza
Gubernia
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8701

VM 8702 Description: Marriage(1863)of Aron KANEL to Szejna SUD in Grodno
Gubernia
I think that the headings are Russian but the data should be Polish judging
by the year...I'm really not certain. Hopefully I have the correct record.
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8702

VM 8704 Description: Part 1 of 1849 Marriage record for Leia KANET & Beynis
GLEBOKIEWICZ >from Czyzewo, Lomza Gubernia
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8704

VM 8705 Description: Part 2 of 1849 Marriage record for Leia KANET & Beynis
GLEBOKIEWICZ >from Czyzewo, Lomza Gubernia
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8705

Please respond directly to me and not to the group.

Hazel Sandow Boon
Hamilton, ON, Canada
Researching: HABER - Konyushki & Zurow, Galicia, NYC;
STARK - Bobrka, Galicia, NYC; BELY - Rzeszow, Galicia;
MONDSCHEIN - Brod, Galicia;
SADOVSKI/SADOWSKY - Belchatow & Lodz, Poland, NYC;
KANET (all spellings) - Czyzewo, Poland, NYC


JRI Poland #Poland Request for Viewmate Translations from Polish to English #poland

HJB <hjb@...>
 

I would be very grateful if a kind researcher is able to translate these
documents which were obtained through use of the LDS films made available
at the IAJGS Conference this summer. My thanks to those who arranged the
availability of these films.

I am interested in all details of information in these documents but will
certainly appreciate any efforts which are made.

VM8699 Description: Birth Record(1833) for Osiey KANOT >from Czyzewo in Lomza
Gubernia
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8699

VM 8701 Description: Birth Record (1867) for Basia KANET >from Czyzew, Lomza
Gubernia
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8701

VM 8702 Description: Marriage(1863)of Aron KANEL to Szejna SUD in Grodno
Gubernia
I think that the headings are Russian but the data should be Polish judging
by the year...I'm really not certain. Hopefully I have the correct record.
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8702

VM 8704 Description: Part 1 of 1849 Marriage record for Leia KANET & Beynis
GLEBOKIEWICZ >from Czyzewo, Lomza Gubernia
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8704

VM 8705 Description: Part 2 of 1849 Marriage record for Leia KANET & Beynis
GLEBOKIEWICZ >from Czyzewo, Lomza Gubernia
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8705

Please respond directly to me and not to the group.

Hazel Sandow Boon
Hamilton, ON, Canada
Researching: HABER - Konyushki & Zurow, Galicia, NYC;
STARK - Bobrka, Galicia, NYC; BELY - Rzeszow, Galicia;
MONDSCHEIN - Brod, Galicia;
SADOVSKI/SADOWSKY - Belchatow & Lodz, Poland, NYC;
KANET (all spellings) - Czyzewo, Poland, NYC


One Day Seminar - Nov 20 - Military Aspects of Our Family Lives #poland

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

Shalom!


We want to let you know that all abstracts of the lectures to be given at
our exciting Second Annual One Day Seminar, to take place on Monday, 20
November, are now up on the IGS website. Go to:

http://www.isragen.org.il/NROS/YY2006/index.html

You will also find there short biographies of the lecturers as well as for
the sessions of "Ask The Experts" during our lunch break. In addition, you
can download the program as well as the bilingual registration form. All
information is in both Hebrew and English. There is thorough public
transportation information regarding busses and trains as well as a map of
Givatayim.

Remember, early registration ends on 3 November and that seating is limited!

We look forward to seeing you on 20 November!

Rose Feldman
The Organising Committee
IGS Second Annual One Day Seminar


JRI Poland #Poland One Day Seminar - Nov 20 - Military Aspects of Our Family Lives #poland

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

Shalom!


We want to let you know that all abstracts of the lectures to be given at
our exciting Second Annual One Day Seminar, to take place on Monday, 20
November, are now up on the IGS website. Go to:

http://www.isragen.org.il/NROS/YY2006/index.html

You will also find there short biographies of the lecturers as well as for
the sessions of "Ask The Experts" during our lunch break. In addition, you
can download the program as well as the bilingual registration form. All
information is in both Hebrew and English. There is thorough public
transportation information regarding busses and trains as well as a map of
Givatayim.

Remember, early registration ends on 3 November and that seating is limited!

We look forward to seeing you on 20 November!

Rose Feldman
The Organising Committee
IGS Second Annual One Day Seminar