Date   

Gura Humoului Jews reunion #romania

Schachar <schachar_eli@...>
 

Dear Gura Humora society friends & ROM-SIG members,

There will be in Beth - Hatefutsoth Museum, Tel-Aviv, a ceremony in memory
of the Jewish Community >from Gura Humorului and the nearby area on March
11th, 2007 at 17:00

In the program:
16:00 friends reunion + snacks
17:00 Memorandum plate ceremony
18:00 Opening words Gura Homora presentation
19:00 The Hatikva

The reunion is estimated to be 3 hours long.

For any details please contact with me privetly.

Thanks,

Schachar Eli
http://humora.tripod.com


Romania SIG #Romania Gura Humoului Jews reunion #romania

Schachar <schachar_eli@...>
 

Dear Gura Humora society friends & ROM-SIG members,

There will be in Beth - Hatefutsoth Museum, Tel-Aviv, a ceremony in memory
of the Jewish Community >from Gura Humorului and the nearby area on March
11th, 2007 at 17:00

In the program:
16:00 friends reunion + snacks
17:00 Memorandum plate ceremony
18:00 Opening words Gura Homora presentation
19:00 The Hatikva

The reunion is estimated to be 3 hours long.

For any details please contact with me privetly.

Thanks,

Schachar Eli
http://humora.tripod.com


Searching: GREENBERG, Bessarabia -> Philadelphia, PA (1900-1920) #general

Jeanne Gold <twig@...>
 

I believe I finally found the family I've been searching for the past 7
years. I would like to ask a few qustions raised by the passenger record
I found and also share a bit about the family with the hopes of finding
some descendents.

Samuel (Chaim) GREENBERG, born about 1844 in Bessarabia married
Fei/Faga/Fannie/Anne (maiden name not known). She was born about 1847
and they were married about 1864.

They had 15 children, of which only 6 came to the US and 5 survived to
adulthood. Of the other 9 children, they were probably deceased by 1900
and nothing more is known.

The family arrived May 25, 1900, New York and were bound for
Philadelphia, PA.

On the manifest it says they came >from "Falesch", Bessarabia Province,
Russia. Is Falesch a town, province or some other designation as it's
not clear >from the manifest. Also, is is possible that Falesch refers to
the shtetl Foleshty (now Falesti, Moldova 47=B034' 27=B043')?

The known children are:

(1) Mosche (Michael) Greenberg, b. 1872, married Sadie (Sarah).
Children: Eva, Gertrude, Mollie.

(2) Abraham Greenberg. b. 1873 married Sarah. Children: Anna, Hyman
(Herman), Yetta (Eva).

(3) Chava (Eva) Greenberg. b. 1880, d. before 1910.

(4) Jankel (Jacob) Greenberg. b. 1882.

(5) Leib (Louis) Greenberg. 1883-1947.

(6) Freide (Fanny) Greenberg, b. 1887.

Other than the last 2 children (Louis, Fanny) as far as I know this
family remained in Philadelphia. >from 1900-1920, this family seemed to
move back and forth >from the same 4 addresses: 322 & 406 Catharine, 3 &
406 Queen.

I'd also like to solicit opinions or experiences with the names Chaim
and Samuel. The passenger manifest has the name Chaim and all other
census and directory references are to Samuel. The son's death cert is
Shuma, which I assume is a variant of Samuel.

It's the only thing that doesn't match and makes me still hesitate that
I found the right passenger record.

Can anyone suggest why these 2 names might be coupled together? My
question stems >from memory of a message posted here many years ago where
the researcher explained why William's are often Walvel's and or Wolf's.

Thank you,
Jeanne Gold
Albany, OR, USA
JewishGen ID: 6106


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: GREENBERG, Bessarabia -> Philadelphia, PA (1900-1920) #general

Jeanne Gold <twig@...>
 

I believe I finally found the family I've been searching for the past 7
years. I would like to ask a few qustions raised by the passenger record
I found and also share a bit about the family with the hopes of finding
some descendents.

Samuel (Chaim) GREENBERG, born about 1844 in Bessarabia married
Fei/Faga/Fannie/Anne (maiden name not known). She was born about 1847
and they were married about 1864.

They had 15 children, of which only 6 came to the US and 5 survived to
adulthood. Of the other 9 children, they were probably deceased by 1900
and nothing more is known.

The family arrived May 25, 1900, New York and were bound for
Philadelphia, PA.

On the manifest it says they came >from "Falesch", Bessarabia Province,
Russia. Is Falesch a town, province or some other designation as it's
not clear >from the manifest. Also, is is possible that Falesch refers to
the shtetl Foleshty (now Falesti, Moldova 47=B034' 27=B043')?

The known children are:

(1) Mosche (Michael) Greenberg, b. 1872, married Sadie (Sarah).
Children: Eva, Gertrude, Mollie.

(2) Abraham Greenberg. b. 1873 married Sarah. Children: Anna, Hyman
(Herman), Yetta (Eva).

(3) Chava (Eva) Greenberg. b. 1880, d. before 1910.

(4) Jankel (Jacob) Greenberg. b. 1882.

(5) Leib (Louis) Greenberg. 1883-1947.

(6) Freide (Fanny) Greenberg, b. 1887.

Other than the last 2 children (Louis, Fanny) as far as I know this
family remained in Philadelphia. >from 1900-1920, this family seemed to
move back and forth >from the same 4 addresses: 322 & 406 Catharine, 3 &
406 Queen.

I'd also like to solicit opinions or experiences with the names Chaim
and Samuel. The passenger manifest has the name Chaim and all other
census and directory references are to Samuel. The son's death cert is
Shuma, which I assume is a variant of Samuel.

It's the only thing that doesn't match and makes me still hesitate that
I found the right passenger record.

Can anyone suggest why these 2 names might be coupled together? My
question stems >from memory of a message posted here many years ago where
the researcher explained why William's are often Walvel's and or Wolf's.

Thank you,
Jeanne Gold
Albany, OR, USA
JewishGen ID: 6106


Re: HOME MARRIAGES #unitedkingdom

HPOLLINS@...
 

In a message dated 20/02/2007 13:11:19 GMT Standard Time,
henry.best1@ntlworld.com writes:

The above would indicate that it was more likely that wealthier people (with
bigger homes) would have marriages at home than poorer people.
------------------

We can test this by an examination of the Sephardi marriages, in Bevis Marks
Records, Part III, which list marriages >from 1837 to 1901.
Take a couple of pages at random:

pp. 50-1, 1849-50:
11 weddings, 4 working class, all married in private houses (in the house of
the bride or the groom). ! dentist married in Bristol in the bride's house;
1 'gentleman' married in the bride's house; l Sheriff's Officer married in
the bride's house; 1 merchant married in the bride's house; 1 Artifical Flower
Importer married in a private house; 1 Translator of Languages married in
the bride's house; 1 cigar manfacturer married in the bride's house.

pp. 112-3, 1866-7:
11 weddings, 9 were working class and 8 were married in private houses (4 in
the house of the bride o groom); the ninth was married in Zetland Hall,
Mansell Street, a well-known East End venue.1 fruit merchant was married in
Queen's Concert Rooms, Hanover Square; and 1 merchant married in Werst Hall,
[Bristol?]

On other pages others, both working- and middle-class, were married in the
synagogue.

A small sample but enough to cast doubt on the generalisation that only the
rich were married at home.

Harold Pollins
Oxford


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Re: HOME MARRIAGES #unitedkingdom

HPOLLINS@...
 

In a message dated 20/02/2007 13:11:19 GMT Standard Time,
henry.best1@ntlworld.com writes:

The above would indicate that it was more likely that wealthier people (with
bigger homes) would have marriages at home than poorer people.
------------------

We can test this by an examination of the Sephardi marriages, in Bevis Marks
Records, Part III, which list marriages >from 1837 to 1901.
Take a couple of pages at random:

pp. 50-1, 1849-50:
11 weddings, 4 working class, all married in private houses (in the house of
the bride or the groom). ! dentist married in Bristol in the bride's house;
1 'gentleman' married in the bride's house; l Sheriff's Officer married in
the bride's house; 1 merchant married in the bride's house; 1 Artifical Flower
Importer married in a private house; 1 Translator of Languages married in
the bride's house; 1 cigar manfacturer married in the bride's house.

pp. 112-3, 1866-7:
11 weddings, 9 were working class and 8 were married in private houses (4 in
the house of the bride o groom); the ninth was married in Zetland Hall,
Mansell Street, a well-known East End venue.1 fruit merchant was married in
Queen's Concert Rooms, Hanover Square; and 1 merchant married in Werst Hall,
[Bristol?]

On other pages others, both working- and middle-class, were married in the
synagogue.

A small sample but enough to cast doubt on the generalisation that only the
rich were married at home.

Harold Pollins
Oxford


"Belchatow Bonanza" COMPLETED #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

Dear Belchatow Researchers,

Back in 2002, we announced the "Belchatow
Bonanza." This was an innovative initiative to
raise funds for 5-years of Belchatow vital record
indices (1901-1905) all at once. The advantage of
this approach to you, the researcher, was that it
asked you to support a single project covering
those five years, rather than a new one each year
as additional records become available for
indexing.

We just received the final 2 years of indices for
this project: 1904 and 1905. This is the time
period when not only our grandparents and their
siblings were born and married, but also when many
of our parents, aunts and uncles were born in
Belchatow. Having the indices in one database
enables you to search for given names, further
research those who married into the family, and
manipulate the data in various other ways to glean
the most information.

Surnames listed 20 or more times in all the PSA
years >from 1889 to 1905 are: JAKUBOWICZ,
SZMULEWICZ, GOLDBERG, FRAJMAN, LIBERMAN,
MARKOWICZ, LAJB, ROZENCWAJG, BENCZKOWSKA, FELD,
STATLENDER, WARSZAWSKA, BENCZKOWSKI, NOWAK,
SZMKOWICZ, LEWKOWICZ, PRZYBYLSKA, KLUCZ, GELBART,
PILA, GRUSZKA, GRYNBERG, JOSKOWICZ, KONSENS,
MOSKOWICZ, NAPARSTEK, SZPIGELMAN, ALTMAN,
PRZYBYLSKI, MACHABONSKI, PRZEDBORSKA, WARSZAWSKI,
GLIKSMAN, ROZENBLAT, BORNSZTAJN, FAJWISZ.

For a complete list of surnames for these years,
see:
http://www.jri-poland.org/psa/belchatow_surn.htm

Names listed the MOST in only the two years just
added, 1904 and 1905, are: GOLDBERG, JAKUBOWICZ,
ROZENCWAJG, SZMULEWICZ, LEWKOWICZ, FEDER, FRAJTAG,
KLUCZ, and SZPIGELMAN.

Those who contribute a minimum of US $36 (a
bargain!) are entitled to receive the entire
"Belchatow Bonanza" file in advance of its general
availability in the JRI-Poland searchable database
on-line.

Contributions to JRI-Poland are tax-deductible for
US and Canadian taxpayers. Please label your
donation for the "Belchatow Bonanza 1901-1905."

Credit card donations can be telephoned or faxed
to the JRI-Poland treasurer listed below. Please
send cash, bank draft, money order contributions
or questions concerning donations to:

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc.
c/o Sheila Salo, Treasurer
5607 Greenleaf Road
Cheverly, MD 20785 USA
Telephone: (301) 341-1261
Fax: 1-810-592-1768 (24 hours)

E-Mail: ssalo@capaccess.org

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc. is a
non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions
to Jewish Records Indexing - Poland are
tax-deductible in the U.S. to the extent permitted
by law. Canadian contributors should visit
http://www.jri-poland.org/canadianform.htm to
learn how they can make tax deductible
contributions.

See updates on the Belchatow ShtetLinks site:
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/belchatow/

All the best,
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
Roni19@optonline.net
Belchatow Town Leader
Lodz Archive Coordinator


JRI Poland #Poland "Belchatow Bonanza" COMPLETED #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

Dear Belchatow Researchers,

Back in 2002, we announced the "Belchatow
Bonanza." This was an innovative initiative to
raise funds for 5-years of Belchatow vital record
indices (1901-1905) all at once. The advantage of
this approach to you, the researcher, was that it
asked you to support a single project covering
those five years, rather than a new one each year
as additional records become available for
indexing.

We just received the final 2 years of indices for
this project: 1904 and 1905. This is the time
period when not only our grandparents and their
siblings were born and married, but also when many
of our parents, aunts and uncles were born in
Belchatow. Having the indices in one database
enables you to search for given names, further
research those who married into the family, and
manipulate the data in various other ways to glean
the most information.

Surnames listed 20 or more times in all the PSA
years >from 1889 to 1905 are: JAKUBOWICZ,
SZMULEWICZ, GOLDBERG, FRAJMAN, LIBERMAN,
MARKOWICZ, LAJB, ROZENCWAJG, BENCZKOWSKA, FELD,
STATLENDER, WARSZAWSKA, BENCZKOWSKI, NOWAK,
SZMKOWICZ, LEWKOWICZ, PRZYBYLSKA, KLUCZ, GELBART,
PILA, GRUSZKA, GRYNBERG, JOSKOWICZ, KONSENS,
MOSKOWICZ, NAPARSTEK, SZPIGELMAN, ALTMAN,
PRZYBYLSKI, MACHABONSKI, PRZEDBORSKA, WARSZAWSKI,
GLIKSMAN, ROZENBLAT, BORNSZTAJN, FAJWISZ.

For a complete list of surnames for these years,
see:
http://www.jri-poland.org/psa/belchatow_surn.htm

Names listed the MOST in only the two years just
added, 1904 and 1905, are: GOLDBERG, JAKUBOWICZ,
ROZENCWAJG, SZMULEWICZ, LEWKOWICZ, FEDER, FRAJTAG,
KLUCZ, and SZPIGELMAN.

Those who contribute a minimum of US $36 (a
bargain!) are entitled to receive the entire
"Belchatow Bonanza" file in advance of its general
availability in the JRI-Poland searchable database
on-line.

Contributions to JRI-Poland are tax-deductible for
US and Canadian taxpayers. Please label your
donation for the "Belchatow Bonanza 1901-1905."

Credit card donations can be telephoned or faxed
to the JRI-Poland treasurer listed below. Please
send cash, bank draft, money order contributions
or questions concerning donations to:

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc.
c/o Sheila Salo, Treasurer
5607 Greenleaf Road
Cheverly, MD 20785 USA
Telephone: (301) 341-1261
Fax: 1-810-592-1768 (24 hours)

E-Mail: ssalo@capaccess.org

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc. is a
non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions
to Jewish Records Indexing - Poland are
tax-deductible in the U.S. to the extent permitted
by law. Canadian contributors should visit
http://www.jri-poland.org/canadianform.htm to
learn how they can make tax deductible
contributions.

See updates on the Belchatow ShtetLinks site:
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/belchatow/

All the best,
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
Roni19@optonline.net
Belchatow Town Leader
Lodz Archive Coordinator


Naturlization Records "Breen" #general

Meghan Breen <bubala58@...>
 

A month ago I posted message with help looking for more on "Breen"
I have received the naturalization records of Nathan and Ida Breen.

Nathan could not remember the vessel he was on, but it said that he came
around FEb 14 1891 >from Konotop. His birth date is different on the
naturalization record than the death certificate. He came into New York
and departed >from Hamburg. As for Ida, I have another spelling on her
maiden name. The names for her I have come up with so far is Osherow,
Osherov, Asheroff, and Isherow.

According to Ida's naturalization records, she came over Sep 8 of 1900
on the Barbarossa and she came >from Kiev. She departed >from Bremen and
entered into New York.
I have looked through Ancestry and have not come up with anything and I
went through jewish gen an am not coming up with anything. We assume the
last name "Breen" was changed and I am figuring this why I can't find
him and as for Ida I also assume she was using a different name when she
came into the country. I was told by a family member to trace her sister
and you will find Ida. Which I can't find her sister or her husband in
1900. At least not in Chicago. She was found in the 1910 census living
with her sister in Chicago. Her sister was Hannah or Anna or Annie Fagen
and her husband was Adolph Fagen and they were married in the late
1800's. I don't know if they were married here in the states or if they
were married in the Ukraine. They were both naturalized in 1898 and
their first child was born in 1899 in Chicago.
I don't know where to go with this. If those names were changed, how do
I find them on a manifest? Someone had to get my great-grandmother >from
the port since she was a female.

Does anybody know where do I go >from here?
I don't know what to do about the names and I don't think we know what
their Yiddish names would of been or their Hebrew names were.

many of you also sent me a newspaper of a Nathan Breen that murdered his
lover. I don't know if that's any relation or not. Question is if he had
murdered his lover would he been able to still become a citizen in 1929?

Thanks
--
Meghan Breen


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Naturlization Records "Breen" #general

Meghan Breen <bubala58@...>
 

A month ago I posted message with help looking for more on "Breen"
I have received the naturalization records of Nathan and Ida Breen.

Nathan could not remember the vessel he was on, but it said that he came
around FEb 14 1891 >from Konotop. His birth date is different on the
naturalization record than the death certificate. He came into New York
and departed >from Hamburg. As for Ida, I have another spelling on her
maiden name. The names for her I have come up with so far is Osherow,
Osherov, Asheroff, and Isherow.

According to Ida's naturalization records, she came over Sep 8 of 1900
on the Barbarossa and she came >from Kiev. She departed >from Bremen and
entered into New York.
I have looked through Ancestry and have not come up with anything and I
went through jewish gen an am not coming up with anything. We assume the
last name "Breen" was changed and I am figuring this why I can't find
him and as for Ida I also assume she was using a different name when she
came into the country. I was told by a family member to trace her sister
and you will find Ida. Which I can't find her sister or her husband in
1900. At least not in Chicago. She was found in the 1910 census living
with her sister in Chicago. Her sister was Hannah or Anna or Annie Fagen
and her husband was Adolph Fagen and they were married in the late
1800's. I don't know if they were married here in the states or if they
were married in the Ukraine. They were both naturalized in 1898 and
their first child was born in 1899 in Chicago.
I don't know where to go with this. If those names were changed, how do
I find them on a manifest? Someone had to get my great-grandmother >from
the port since she was a female.

Does anybody know where do I go >from here?
I don't know what to do about the names and I don't think we know what
their Yiddish names would of been or their Hebrew names were.

many of you also sent me a newspaper of a Nathan Breen that murdered his
lover. I don't know if that's any relation or not. Question is if he had
murdered his lover would he been able to still become a citizen in 1929?

Thanks
--
Meghan Breen


surnames CHAVER, KOTTON, VILDMAN; ( R' Yoseph CHAVER of Jedwabne & #general

srhlsr@...
 

I have previously posted a message re R' Yoseph CHAVER of Jedwabne &
descendants; this message repeats the details slightly, for those who
haven't seen the previous post, and adds a new twist to it.

My great-great grandfather's (Rabbi Aharon Shlomo Zalman KLEPFISZ,
Ob"m) brother, Avraham Meir KLEPFISZ, Ob"m married the daughter of
Rabbi Yoseph CHAVER, Ob"m; I don't know her name.

(Before I go on with my CHAVER inquiry, let me just add that
according to the Goworowo, Poland Yizkor Book, (Goworowo is where my
great-great grandfather Rabbi Aharon Shlomo Zalman KLEPFISZ, Ob"m
was rabbi), Avraham Meir KLEPFISZ, Ob"m, studied with Rabbi Yosef
Dov HaLevi Soloveichik, Ob"m, and the "Netziv", Ob"m, in the Yeshiva
of Volozhin, before being appointed rabbi in the city of Jablonka,
near Wysokie Mazowieckie.)

I also looked online at the Yizkor Book for Jablonka, called Nowy
Targ Yizkor Book. http://yizkor.nypl.org/index.php?id=1970 ; and
JewishGen's Nowy Targ Yizkor Book Translations, as well; I didn't
find KLEPFISZ, CHAVER, or KOTTON mentioned.

According to the Jedwabne Yizkor book (I looked online at
http://yizkor.nypl.org/index.php?id=1468 ), Rabbi Yoseph CHAVER,
Ob"m, was a son of Rabbi Yitzchak Eizik CHAVER, Ob"m.

I e-mailed JGFF researchers of CHAVER, and of KOTTON, which I was
told "came from"/replaced CHAVER.

I'd like very much to be in contact with descendants of the above
KLEPFISZ-CHAVER/KOTTON.

None of the CHAVER/KOTTON surname "researchers" that I've been in
contact with know re descendants of this couple; and/or the wife
(nee CHAVER)'s name;

One JewishGenner e-mailed me a link to hebrewbooks.org which has
11,000 Seforim (religious Hebrew books) for Free Download, including a
number of texts by both Rabbi Yitzchak Eizik CHAVER, Ob"m, and R'
Yoseph CHAVER , Ob"m; very interesting- near both of their names is
another surname: (transliterated >from Hebrew); VILDMAN.

Can any readers comment on their familiarity with any of these
surnames: CHAVER, KOTTON, VILDMAN ?

I don't know which is more commonly used/by who/why the surname was
changed, if officially...?

I'd appreciate any help with this....

Thank you.

Sarah Lasry
Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen surnames CHAVER, KOTTON, VILDMAN; ( R' Yoseph CHAVER of Jedwabne & #general

srhlsr@...
 

I have previously posted a message re R' Yoseph CHAVER of Jedwabne &
descendants; this message repeats the details slightly, for those who
haven't seen the previous post, and adds a new twist to it.

My great-great grandfather's (Rabbi Aharon Shlomo Zalman KLEPFISZ,
Ob"m) brother, Avraham Meir KLEPFISZ, Ob"m married the daughter of
Rabbi Yoseph CHAVER, Ob"m; I don't know her name.

(Before I go on with my CHAVER inquiry, let me just add that
according to the Goworowo, Poland Yizkor Book, (Goworowo is where my
great-great grandfather Rabbi Aharon Shlomo Zalman KLEPFISZ, Ob"m
was rabbi), Avraham Meir KLEPFISZ, Ob"m, studied with Rabbi Yosef
Dov HaLevi Soloveichik, Ob"m, and the "Netziv", Ob"m, in the Yeshiva
of Volozhin, before being appointed rabbi in the city of Jablonka,
near Wysokie Mazowieckie.)

I also looked online at the Yizkor Book for Jablonka, called Nowy
Targ Yizkor Book. http://yizkor.nypl.org/index.php?id=1970 ; and
JewishGen's Nowy Targ Yizkor Book Translations, as well; I didn't
find KLEPFISZ, CHAVER, or KOTTON mentioned.

According to the Jedwabne Yizkor book (I looked online at
http://yizkor.nypl.org/index.php?id=1468 ), Rabbi Yoseph CHAVER,
Ob"m, was a son of Rabbi Yitzchak Eizik CHAVER, Ob"m.

I e-mailed JGFF researchers of CHAVER, and of KOTTON, which I was
told "came from"/replaced CHAVER.

I'd like very much to be in contact with descendants of the above
KLEPFISZ-CHAVER/KOTTON.

None of the CHAVER/KOTTON surname "researchers" that I've been in
contact with know re descendants of this couple; and/or the wife
(nee CHAVER)'s name;

One JewishGenner e-mailed me a link to hebrewbooks.org which has
11,000 Seforim (religious Hebrew books) for Free Download, including a
number of texts by both Rabbi Yitzchak Eizik CHAVER, Ob"m, and R'
Yoseph CHAVER , Ob"m; very interesting- near both of their names is
another surname: (transliterated >from Hebrew); VILDMAN.

Can any readers comment on their familiarity with any of these
surnames: CHAVER, KOTTON, VILDMAN ?

I don't know which is more commonly used/by who/why the surname was
changed, if officially...?

I'd appreciate any help with this....

Thank you.

Sarah Lasry
Israel


San Francisco Bay Area JGS meeting 2/26/07 #general

Jerry acobson <drjjsf@...>
 

Peninsula Meeting

Topic: My Trip to Prague and an Interview with Dr. Julius Muller
Speaker: Jerry Delson
Date: Monday, February 26, 2007
Time: 7:00 PM: Library open
7:30 PM: Program begins
Where: Congregation Beth Am
26790 Arastradero Road
Los Altos Hills. CA
Entry: Free

Long-time SFBAJGS member Jerry Delson will share his experiences >from a recent
trip to Prague, including a video interview with Julius Muller, PhD, Czech
genealogy specialist. In 2001, Dr. Muller established Toledot (Jewish Family
History Center), a public interest institution to gather and develop genealogy
databases and provide research tools for Jewish records dispersed in the state
Archives of the Czech Republic.

Info: http://www.jewishgen.org/sfbajgs

Jerry Jacobson
Please send replies to drjjsf@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen San Francisco Bay Area JGS meeting 2/26/07 #general

Jerry acobson <drjjsf@...>
 

Peninsula Meeting

Topic: My Trip to Prague and an Interview with Dr. Julius Muller
Speaker: Jerry Delson
Date: Monday, February 26, 2007
Time: 7:00 PM: Library open
7:30 PM: Program begins
Where: Congregation Beth Am
26790 Arastradero Road
Los Altos Hills. CA
Entry: Free

Long-time SFBAJGS member Jerry Delson will share his experiences >from a recent
trip to Prague, including a video interview with Julius Muller, PhD, Czech
genealogy specialist. In 2001, Dr. Muller established Toledot (Jewish Family
History Center), a public interest institution to gather and develop genealogy
databases and provide research tools for Jewish records dispersed in the state
Archives of the Czech Republic.

Info: http://www.jewishgen.org/sfbajgs

Jerry Jacobson
Please send replies to drjjsf@aol.com


Minnesota and Wisconsin help needed #general

Ladychow
 

I am trying to find out how to get naturalization records >from the
state of Minnesota. If anyone can advise, I would appreciate it.

Also, if there is anyone in the Superior, Wisconsin area who is going
to Hebrew Cemetery and could take a headstone photo, I would
appreciate it. Please contact me off the list for particulars.

Thank you,
Jill Ullmann


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Minnesota and Wisconsin help needed #general

Ladychow
 

I am trying to find out how to get naturalization records >from the
state of Minnesota. If anyone can advise, I would appreciate it.

Also, if there is anyone in the Superior, Wisconsin area who is going
to Hebrew Cemetery and could take a headstone photo, I would
appreciate it. Please contact me off the list for particulars.

Thank you,
Jill Ullmann


Fw: Yeshiva from Kozienice #yizkorbooks

Berneman Lazare <lazare.berneman@...>
 

Hello to all of you

I am looking for family of de Rosh Yeshiva of Kozienice his name was rebbe
CHERADEFSKY (spelling??) his daugther Peshia was living in Bne Brak
reply privatly
Thank you
Regards
Lazare Berneman
Antwerp Belgium


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks Fw: Yeshiva from Kozienice #yizkorbooks

Berneman Lazare <lazare.berneman@...>
 

Hello to all of you

I am looking for family of de Rosh Yeshiva of Kozienice his name was rebbe
CHERADEFSKY (spelling??) his daugther Peshia was living in Bne Brak
reply privatly
Thank you
Regards
Lazare Berneman
Antwerp Belgium


Fw: Yeshiva from Kozienice #general

lazare berneman <lazare.berneman@...>
 

Hello to all of you

I am looking for family of the Rosh Yeshiva of Kozienice. His name was rebbe
CHERADEFSKY (spelling??) his daugther Peshia was living in Bne Brak
reply privatly
Thank you
Regards
Lazare Berneman
Antwerp Belgium


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Fw: Yeshiva from Kozienice #general

lazare berneman <lazare.berneman@...>
 

Hello to all of you

I am looking for family of the Rosh Yeshiva of Kozienice. His name was rebbe
CHERADEFSKY (spelling??) his daugther Peshia was living in Bne Brak
reply privatly
Thank you
Regards
Lazare Berneman
Antwerp Belgium