Date   

AUERBACH/BRUCKENSTEIN families #general

yoni ben-ari <yrcdi@...>
 

I would be happy in connecting with any members of the AUERBACH/BRUCKENSTEIN
families who have researched there ancestry especially in the "direction" of
Lipa BRUCKENSTEIN maternal grandparents with I share common ancestry.

In the past I have been in touch with Dr. Abraham BRUCKENSTEIN (of Chicago
and Israel) and he said that there other members of the family who have more
information but unfortunately till now I haven't been able to connect.

Shavua tov
Yoni ben-ari


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen AUERBACH/BRUCKENSTEIN families #general

yoni ben-ari <yrcdi@...>
 

I would be happy in connecting with any members of the AUERBACH/BRUCKENSTEIN
families who have researched there ancestry especially in the "direction" of
Lipa BRUCKENSTEIN maternal grandparents with I share common ancestry.

In the past I have been in touch with Dr. Abraham BRUCKENSTEIN (of Chicago
and Israel) and he said that there other members of the family who have more
information but unfortunately till now I haven't been able to connect.

Shavua tov
Yoni ben-ari


Interesting aid to finding elusive people #general

Dick Plotz <Dick@...>
 

It's sometimes frustratingly difficult to locate relatives whose
contact information is unlisted in the usual sources. Locating their
friends and acquaintances can be a useful first step to getting a
genealogical query to them. I've just learned of a database that can
be helpful in a select group of these cases, where the lost person
attended Harvard College. It seems likely that similar databases are
available for other schools.

The database is called "Dorm History Search". It lists the occupants
of Harvard freshman dorms by room and year. It's been maintained by a
series of undergraduates for several years, and can be searched by
name and room number. If you look up your relative, you'll find their
freshman room number. You can then search for all occupants of that
room and neighboring rooms. It's likely that a freshman roommate will
have more recent information about your relative, and will be easier
to find, especially if they have a more unusual name.

This database is of particular interest because Harvard College's
student population in the postwar years has been about 20-25% Jewish,
although the percentage may have decreased a bit in recent years due
to competition >from Asians.

The database may be accessed at

http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~dorms/index.cgi?

Dick Plotz
Providence RI USA
Dick@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Interesting aid to finding elusive people #general

Dick Plotz <Dick@...>
 

It's sometimes frustratingly difficult to locate relatives whose
contact information is unlisted in the usual sources. Locating their
friends and acquaintances can be a useful first step to getting a
genealogical query to them. I've just learned of a database that can
be helpful in a select group of these cases, where the lost person
attended Harvard College. It seems likely that similar databases are
available for other schools.

The database is called "Dorm History Search". It lists the occupants
of Harvard freshman dorms by room and year. It's been maintained by a
series of undergraduates for several years, and can be searched by
name and room number. If you look up your relative, you'll find their
freshman room number. You can then search for all occupants of that
room and neighboring rooms. It's likely that a freshman roommate will
have more recent information about your relative, and will be easier
to find, especially if they have a more unusual name.

This database is of particular interest because Harvard College's
student population in the postwar years has been about 20-25% Jewish,
although the percentage may have decreased a bit in recent years due
to competition >from Asians.

The database may be accessed at

http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~dorms/index.cgi?

Dick Plotz
Providence RI USA
Dick@...


Finding out more about a Russian artist - Pavel Adamovich VELONSKY (1849-1931) #general

peter hills <pmhills@...>
 

I am researching an unusual name - VELONSKY. I recently came across a
reference to a sale item at Sotheby's last year to a sculpture by a Russian
artist called Pavel Adamovich Velonsky (1849-1931). I would be grateful for
any advice on how to find out more about this artist even it means leaving
my keyboard and visiting a reference library in London! An email to
Sotheby's seeking help was not answered. Thank you


Peter Hills
London UK

VELONSKY Jurbarkas , Raseiniai and West End of London (Soho)
RAYMOND/RAYMAN/RIMAN Vilna and West End of London (Soho)
BLUMENTHAL Ozerkov, Kalisz and London (Soho)
DIAMONDSTONE Dvinsk
PHILLIPS Dvinsk, Los Angeles and San Francisco
PRUZAN Seattle and London


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Finding out more about a Russian artist - Pavel Adamovich VELONSKY (1849-1931) #general

peter hills <pmhills@...>
 

I am researching an unusual name - VELONSKY. I recently came across a
reference to a sale item at Sotheby's last year to a sculpture by a Russian
artist called Pavel Adamovich Velonsky (1849-1931). I would be grateful for
any advice on how to find out more about this artist even it means leaving
my keyboard and visiting a reference library in London! An email to
Sotheby's seeking help was not answered. Thank you


Peter Hills
London UK

VELONSKY Jurbarkas , Raseiniai and West End of London (Soho)
RAYMOND/RAYMAN/RIMAN Vilna and West End of London (Soho)
BLUMENTHAL Ozerkov, Kalisz and London (Soho)
DIAMONDSTONE Dvinsk
PHILLIPS Dvinsk, Los Angeles and San Francisco
PRUZAN Seattle and London


Re: Missing Records, Nucum SPULONSKY #general

marspol5@...
 

Dear Genners:

I have been looking for the same three missing items to complete my dad
Nucum SPULONSKY or Nathan Spolansky's history for some time now with no
results.

I have secured copies of his documents covering him from, the time he
received his Naturalization papers in 1907 thru his demise in 1955,. but
unable to locate any records of his entering into the United States at age
19, as a carpenter in 1904.

I am still unable to locate is his 1904 ships manifests arriving into New York
City A copy of his 1910 New York City census Also his 1920 Brooklyn, New York
census.

I might add, that in all the time I have been looking for these items I
have not been informed by anyone that the records I seek have been destroyed,
or lost, with that in mind I go on looking and hoping that one of you great
Genners do come up with the needed information as to how or where to locate
the missing information I seek

Should anyone feel that I may have something in my dad's records that might
be helpful, please ask and if I have same, I will gladly send it.
Sincerely:

MART---Florida
Martin Spolansky


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Missing Records, Nucum SPULONSKY #general

marspol5@...
 

Dear Genners:

I have been looking for the same three missing items to complete my dad
Nucum SPULONSKY or Nathan Spolansky's history for some time now with no
results.

I have secured copies of his documents covering him from, the time he
received his Naturalization papers in 1907 thru his demise in 1955,. but
unable to locate any records of his entering into the United States at age
19, as a carpenter in 1904.

I am still unable to locate is his 1904 ships manifests arriving into New York
City A copy of his 1910 New York City census Also his 1920 Brooklyn, New York
census.

I might add, that in all the time I have been looking for these items I
have not been informed by anyone that the records I seek have been destroyed,
or lost, with that in mind I go on looking and hoping that one of you great
Genners do come up with the needed information as to how or where to locate
the missing information I seek

Should anyone feel that I may have something in my dad's records that might
be helpful, please ask and if I have same, I will gladly send it.
Sincerely:

MART---Florida
Martin Spolansky


2007 National Genealogy Hall of Fame (U.S.) #general

Joy Rich <joyrichny@...>
 

The National Genealogical Society invites organizations to submit
nominations for the 2007 National Genealogy Hall of Fame. This program,
in existence for over twenty years, honors deceased genealogists whose
superior achievements in American genealogy, for a period of ten years
or more, have made a significant contribution to our field.

Nominations for the National Genealogy Hall of Fame must be made by
societies or similar organizations. Nominees must have been deceased for
at least five years and have been actively engaged in the field of
genealogy in the United States for at least ten years. Their contribution
should be unique, pioneering or exemplary. For example they might have
- authored books or articles that serve as models of genealogical
research and writing and that added significantly to the body of
published work on American families, or made significant corrections to
previously published works.
- made genealogical source records more readily available to the
public by preserving, transcribing, translating, abstracting, indexing,
and/or publishing such records.
- shared with others knowledge of genealogical research methods
and sources through teaching and lecturing and/or publication of
educational materials.
- contributed time, labor, and leadership to a genealogical
organization or a genealogical periodical publication, thus enabling that
organization or publication to make significant contributions to the
field of genealogy in the United States.

Nominations are due 1 March of each year. A committee will review them
and a selection will be made and announced at the 2006 NGS conference
that will be held in Chicago, Illinois. If your nominee is not selected,
you can submit their name again in future years. The current committee
consists of Shirley Langdon Wilcox, CG, FNGS, of Virginia, Sandra M.
Hewlett, CG, of Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL, FNGS, FASG
of Alabama, Christine Rose, CG, CGL, FASG of California, and Loretto D.
Szucs of Illinois.

Nominations must be made and signed by a society officer on an official
nomination form that is available at the NGS website. To read more about
the program and to obtain a form, visit www.ngsgenealogy.org and click
on
Conferences & Activities, and select Awards and then NGS Competitions.
You may also write to National Genealogy Hall of Fame, 3108 Columbia
Pike, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22204-4304 and request a form.

Joy Rich


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 2007 National Genealogy Hall of Fame (U.S.) #general

Joy Rich <joyrichny@...>
 

The National Genealogical Society invites organizations to submit
nominations for the 2007 National Genealogy Hall of Fame. This program,
in existence for over twenty years, honors deceased genealogists whose
superior achievements in American genealogy, for a period of ten years
or more, have made a significant contribution to our field.

Nominations for the National Genealogy Hall of Fame must be made by
societies or similar organizations. Nominees must have been deceased for
at least five years and have been actively engaged in the field of
genealogy in the United States for at least ten years. Their contribution
should be unique, pioneering or exemplary. For example they might have
- authored books or articles that serve as models of genealogical
research and writing and that added significantly to the body of
published work on American families, or made significant corrections to
previously published works.
- made genealogical source records more readily available to the
public by preserving, transcribing, translating, abstracting, indexing,
and/or publishing such records.
- shared with others knowledge of genealogical research methods
and sources through teaching and lecturing and/or publication of
educational materials.
- contributed time, labor, and leadership to a genealogical
organization or a genealogical periodical publication, thus enabling that
organization or publication to make significant contributions to the
field of genealogy in the United States.

Nominations are due 1 March of each year. A committee will review them
and a selection will be made and announced at the 2006 NGS conference
that will be held in Chicago, Illinois. If your nominee is not selected,
you can submit their name again in future years. The current committee
consists of Shirley Langdon Wilcox, CG, FNGS, of Virginia, Sandra M.
Hewlett, CG, of Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL, FNGS, FASG
of Alabama, Christine Rose, CG, CGL, FASG of California, and Loretto D.
Szucs of Illinois.

Nominations must be made and signed by a society officer on an official
nomination form that is available at the NGS website. To read more about
the program and to obtain a form, visit www.ngsgenealogy.org and click
on
Conferences & Activities, and select Awards and then NGS Competitions.
You may also write to National Genealogy Hall of Fame, 3108 Columbia
Pike, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22204-4304 and request a form.

Joy Rich


Weinberger #hungary

Andrew Roth <andyroth@...>
 

I'm looking for any descendants or relatives of MORRIS WEINBERGER,
who, in 1950, lived at 2629 W. Ainslie Street, in what is now
Chicago, IL 60625. The address appears to be a couple miles
southeast of Northeastern Illinois University between East River Park
and Winnemac Park. He would have been a senior citizen at that
time. A brother to my grandmother, Berta Weinberger Princz, Morris
apparently left Hungary before she was even born and she never met
him until she came to America over 50 years later.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Andy Roth
Greenbrae
Marin County, CA

Researching
PRINCZ/Tolcsva, Vamosujfalu, Hun.
ROTH/Satoraljaujhely, Hun.
WEINBERGER/Tolcsva, Vamosujfalu, Hun. and Chicago , IL.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Weinberger #hungary

Andrew Roth <andyroth@...>
 

I'm looking for any descendants or relatives of MORRIS WEINBERGER,
who, in 1950, lived at 2629 W. Ainslie Street, in what is now
Chicago, IL 60625. The address appears to be a couple miles
southeast of Northeastern Illinois University between East River Park
and Winnemac Park. He would have been a senior citizen at that
time. A brother to my grandmother, Berta Weinberger Princz, Morris
apparently left Hungary before she was even born and she never met
him until she came to America over 50 years later.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Andy Roth
Greenbrae
Marin County, CA

Researching
PRINCZ/Tolcsva, Vamosujfalu, Hun.
ROTH/Satoraljaujhely, Hun.
WEINBERGER/Tolcsva, Vamosujfalu, Hun. and Chicago , IL.


Re: Rabinowitz / FRIEDMAN #southafrica

Rosalind
 

This is a possibility hanging by a thread of hope .
My Gparents in London used to visit Friedmans (any
spelling). We don't know where the relationship was...ABRAMOWICH or SHERMAN.
But as they came via Vilna >from Rokiskis I thought it was worth a try.
GF grew up in Rokiskis and GM probably not very far away. Research has not
turrned up anything on her.
Just a thought. Could you comment please
Ros
Jerusalem

----- Original Message -----
From: "Zvi & Rita Friedman" <rita_f@...>
To: "South Africa SIG" <safrica@...>
Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 8:46 PM
Subject: Re:[safrica] Rabinowitz


Shalom Everyone,
I have been following this thread also. I am researching my
daughter-in-laws family, and this is what I have.
Simon (Osiah Jacob) NOLL b.1872 in Seduva married in 1899 Oudtshoorn,
South Africa Etta (Esther) Rabinowitz b.1874 in Kelme,
Etta's brother was Nachman Rabinowitz, who had a son Rueven Rabinowitz,
who changed his name to Richard Robinson'he married Sarah (Sally)Schocher
(furniture people).
Rita Friedman, Israel

Researching NOLL Seduva & South Africa, RABINOWITZ Kelme, South Africa,
SINGER Lipniski, Belarus, (was once Lithuania), London, England, Chicago,
USA. RUDASZEWSKI, Nemencine and Vilna, Litha, FRIEDMAN Dokshitz, Belarus
and Rokiskis, Litha.

I've been watching this thread with interest.

My grandmother's sister, Ruchel Leibowitz, married Louis (Lepa)
Rabinowitz.
Her family lived in Kelme, Lithuania, and presumably, so did his family.
Louis was the youngest of six or seven children, but I have no further
information about them. Louis and Ruchel went to South Africa at some
point, living
there at least long enough for two children to be born, before coming to
the
US in 1906. In the U.S., the family name was changed, by different
family
members, to Rubin, Rubins and Robins. For what it is worth, Ruchel's
mother's maiden name was Grusinsky, and part of the Grusinsky family (who
changed
their name to Grusin at some point) settled in South Africa, where they
still
live.

Any connections? Thanks in advance.


Carol Kunkis Cohn
Newport Beach, CA


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Re:Rabinowitz / FRIEDMAN #southafrica

Rosalind
 

This is a possibility hanging by a thread of hope .
My Gparents in London used to visit Friedmans (any
spelling). We don't know where the relationship was...ABRAMOWICH or SHERMAN.
But as they came via Vilna >from Rokiskis I thought it was worth a try.
GF grew up in Rokiskis and GM probably not very far away. Research has not
turrned up anything on her.
Just a thought. Could you comment please
Ros
Jerusalem

----- Original Message -----
From: "Zvi & Rita Friedman" <rita_f@...>
To: "South Africa SIG" <safrica@...>
Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 8:46 PM
Subject: Re:[safrica] Rabinowitz


Shalom Everyone,
I have been following this thread also. I am researching my
daughter-in-laws family, and this is what I have.
Simon (Osiah Jacob) NOLL b.1872 in Seduva married in 1899 Oudtshoorn,
South Africa Etta (Esther) Rabinowitz b.1874 in Kelme,
Etta's brother was Nachman Rabinowitz, who had a son Rueven Rabinowitz,
who changed his name to Richard Robinson'he married Sarah (Sally)Schocher
(furniture people).
Rita Friedman, Israel

Researching NOLL Seduva & South Africa, RABINOWITZ Kelme, South Africa,
SINGER Lipniski, Belarus, (was once Lithuania), London, England, Chicago,
USA. RUDASZEWSKI, Nemencine and Vilna, Litha, FRIEDMAN Dokshitz, Belarus
and Rokiskis, Litha.

I've been watching this thread with interest.

My grandmother's sister, Ruchel Leibowitz, married Louis (Lepa)
Rabinowitz.
Her family lived in Kelme, Lithuania, and presumably, so did his family.
Louis was the youngest of six or seven children, but I have no further
information about them. Louis and Ruchel went to South Africa at some
point, living
there at least long enough for two children to be born, before coming to
the
US in 1906. In the U.S., the family name was changed, by different
family
members, to Rubin, Rubins and Robins. For what it is worth, Ruchel's
mother's maiden name was Grusinsky, and part of the Grusinsky family (who
changed
their name to Grusin at some point) settled in South Africa, where they
still
live.

Any connections? Thanks in advance.


Carol Kunkis Cohn
Newport Beach, CA


Seeking the whereabouts Of Louis MENDELSON's Children #general

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

Hello

I am trying to trace the kids of Louis & Rose MENDELSON who lived in
Brooklyn, NY for many years. They had three children, Max who was born
in Russia about 1907, Sylvia born in Brooklyn in 1910 and Celia born in
Brooklyn in 1916. I am trying to either get a hold of them or their
children. I believe Max married a Barbara or "Bobby", and One of my
cousins thinks that they may have retired to Florida and most likely
died there as well. I believe one of their children names is Erik
Mendelson.

Sylvia married a William "Bill" KASS, and I believe they may have lived
in California and most likely died ther as well. One of their
children's names is Jeffrey Kass. Celia >from what i was told married an
army man, and thats all I know on that. I would like to get in touch
with any of these people for they are descendants of the Mendelson line
I have been working on, and i would love to ask them questions and find
out if they have photo's that may have been passed down >from their
father & grandfather Louis Mendelson. If you can help me or have any
information then please contact me.

Sarah Greenberg(USA-CT)
sacredsisters3@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking the whereabouts Of Louis MENDELSON's Children #general

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

Hello

I am trying to trace the kids of Louis & Rose MENDELSON who lived in
Brooklyn, NY for many years. They had three children, Max who was born
in Russia about 1907, Sylvia born in Brooklyn in 1910 and Celia born in
Brooklyn in 1916. I am trying to either get a hold of them or their
children. I believe Max married a Barbara or "Bobby", and One of my
cousins thinks that they may have retired to Florida and most likely
died there as well. I believe one of their children names is Erik
Mendelson.

Sylvia married a William "Bill" KASS, and I believe they may have lived
in California and most likely died ther as well. One of their
children's names is Jeffrey Kass. Celia >from what i was told married an
army man, and thats all I know on that. I would like to get in touch
with any of these people for they are descendants of the Mendelson line
I have been working on, and i would love to ask them questions and find
out if they have photo's that may have been passed down >from their
father & grandfather Louis Mendelson. If you can help me or have any
information then please contact me.

Sarah Greenberg(USA-CT)
sacredsisters3@...


Re: US Non-Immgrant Records? #general

Michael McTeer <mcteer@...>
 

Apparently I owe everyone an apology as both my subject and content was
confusing.

My comment, "going to 'bil'(?) in Philadelphia, PA" seems to have been the
most understood. The "(?)" was not a request for a definition of the
abbreviation of "brother-in-law." Rather it was referencing my
interpretation of the handwritting on the manifest. I believe it is "bil".

The overall topic was the possibility of US govenment records for people who
were just "visiting" as opposed to immigrating or seeking citizenship. My
desire was to identify this family in order to determine if it is my
ancestral family which I believe them to be. The answer to that question
seems to have been answered by Mark Jacobson who detailed response I include
below. In a word, the answer to my question was NO.

According to the 1931 passenger listing of my great grandmother, Liba
(LENCZNER) LIEBERMAN KALKOPF FRYMORGEN, when she had been granted permanent
resident status as a parent of "American" children she had been in the US as
earlier as 1903 (to Philadelphia). I knew some of the family (including my
grandmother) came through St. Louis where there were relatives but the
Philadelphia connection was not known to me. It would be YEARS later that I
would learn of "Uncle Sol" GLICKSMAN who arrived in Philadelphia in the
1890's. Until recently I have never really had "access" to the on line
Philadelphia listings (where I just found the Apr 1939 manifest for my half
great aunt). So a "KALKOPF" family going to Philadelphia is of great
interest to me. I do not know if the subject family was attempting
immigration or just visiting. My great grandfather, "Aaron", I was told was
a tailor as was the subject husband.

(Mark Jacobson ) "....The fact that they
are listed on an immigration manifest and were not US
citizens means (and there is no stamp "non-immigrant
passenger" which was used for people in transit) means
they were immigrants. There were no special
immigration markings on manifests, the manifests
themselves were immigration documentation. There were
no entry visas before World War I, no 'resident
aliens' before World War II, no other paperwork for
immigrants. There was no immigrant legal status in the
United States at this time nor for many years after.
People could come and go at will, as long as they
could purchase tickets, were not criminals or
indigents, and the passed the medical inspection.
These people were immigrants. They did not have to
ever apply for naturalization, they were still
immigrants. The only information ever added to
manifests is an application for a Certificate of
Arrival, one of the steps in the Petition process, and
since they arrived in January 1906 this was before the
Certificate of Arrival law existed, so if any one of
them ever applied for citizenship there would be no
Certificates of Arrival created for any of them. You
have all the immigration paperwork which exists if you
have the manifest."

Thanks to all who responded to me and sorry for the confusion.

Michael McTeer
29 Palms, CA
mcteer@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: US Non-Immgrant Records? #general

Michael McTeer <mcteer@...>
 

Apparently I owe everyone an apology as both my subject and content was
confusing.

My comment, "going to 'bil'(?) in Philadelphia, PA" seems to have been the
most understood. The "(?)" was not a request for a definition of the
abbreviation of "brother-in-law." Rather it was referencing my
interpretation of the handwritting on the manifest. I believe it is "bil".

The overall topic was the possibility of US govenment records for people who
were just "visiting" as opposed to immigrating or seeking citizenship. My
desire was to identify this family in order to determine if it is my
ancestral family which I believe them to be. The answer to that question
seems to have been answered by Mark Jacobson who detailed response I include
below. In a word, the answer to my question was NO.

According to the 1931 passenger listing of my great grandmother, Liba
(LENCZNER) LIEBERMAN KALKOPF FRYMORGEN, when she had been granted permanent
resident status as a parent of "American" children she had been in the US as
earlier as 1903 (to Philadelphia). I knew some of the family (including my
grandmother) came through St. Louis where there were relatives but the
Philadelphia connection was not known to me. It would be YEARS later that I
would learn of "Uncle Sol" GLICKSMAN who arrived in Philadelphia in the
1890's. Until recently I have never really had "access" to the on line
Philadelphia listings (where I just found the Apr 1939 manifest for my half
great aunt). So a "KALKOPF" family going to Philadelphia is of great
interest to me. I do not know if the subject family was attempting
immigration or just visiting. My great grandfather, "Aaron", I was told was
a tailor as was the subject husband.

(Mark Jacobson ) "....The fact that they
are listed on an immigration manifest and were not US
citizens means (and there is no stamp "non-immigrant
passenger" which was used for people in transit) means
they were immigrants. There were no special
immigration markings on manifests, the manifests
themselves were immigration documentation. There were
no entry visas before World War I, no 'resident
aliens' before World War II, no other paperwork for
immigrants. There was no immigrant legal status in the
United States at this time nor for many years after.
People could come and go at will, as long as they
could purchase tickets, were not criminals or
indigents, and the passed the medical inspection.
These people were immigrants. They did not have to
ever apply for naturalization, they were still
immigrants. The only information ever added to
manifests is an application for a Certificate of
Arrival, one of the steps in the Petition process, and
since they arrived in January 1906 this was before the
Certificate of Arrival law existed, so if any one of
them ever applied for citizenship there would be no
Certificates of Arrival created for any of them. You
have all the immigration paperwork which exists if you
have the manifest."

Thanks to all who responded to me and sorry for the confusion.

Michael McTeer
29 Palms, CA
mcteer@...


Searching for Sara ARBESFELD #general

Lauren Lebowitz <lauren1bravo@...>
 

I have been helping my grandfather's friend, Arie Letzter, research his
family.

We found a page of testimony that was submitted for his father in 1955 by a
woman named Sara ARBESFELD. She claims to be his cousin, yet Arie does not
know who this woman is.

Would anyone have any advice on how I can locate this woman or any of her
family members? I am very new to geneaology and could use some help.

In 1955, her address was Kfar Ata, Rehov Herzl **.

Thank you so much,

Lauren Lebowitz
New York, New York

MODERATOR NOTE: House number removed in line with JewishGen policy.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for Sara ARBESFELD #general

Lauren Lebowitz <lauren1bravo@...>
 

I have been helping my grandfather's friend, Arie Letzter, research his
family.

We found a page of testimony that was submitted for his father in 1955 by a
woman named Sara ARBESFELD. She claims to be his cousin, yet Arie does not
know who this woman is.

Would anyone have any advice on how I can locate this woman or any of her
family members? I am very new to geneaology and could use some help.

In 1955, her address was Kfar Ata, Rehov Herzl **.

Thank you so much,

Lauren Lebowitz
New York, New York

MODERATOR NOTE: House number removed in line with JewishGen policy.