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Fanny #ukraine

Victoria Reed <researchtoldot@...>
 

I have a Fania >from Bialystok who was a Fanny, she was
born in the 1890's.

Victoria Reed
Folsom, CA

Researching:

FISH/FISCH, FLASH, NIEMAND, REISS, KNOLL: Galicia, New York, Manchester

RABINOWITZ, JERUSHEWITZ/KAPLAN/JEROME, SHOLOMOVICH, SEDLETSKY, COHEN LISSITSKY/LOSITSKY/LESHITZKY, SZEDLER/SIDLER, GUREWICZ: Grodno Gubernia


MODERATOR'S NOTE: I think we have all agreed. This thread is closed.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Fanny #ukraine

Victoria Reed <researchtoldot@...>
 

I have a Fania >from Bialystok who was a Fanny, she was
born in the 1890's.

Victoria Reed
Folsom, CA

Researching:

FISH/FISCH, FLASH, NIEMAND, REISS, KNOLL: Galicia, New York, Manchester

RABINOWITZ, JERUSHEWITZ/KAPLAN/JEROME, SHOLOMOVICH, SEDLETSKY, COHEN LISSITSKY/LOSITSKY/LESHITZKY, SZEDLER/SIDLER, GUREWICZ: Grodno Gubernia


MODERATOR'S NOTE: I think we have all agreed. This thread is closed.


Re: Fanny #general

Ami Toren <ami@...>
 

In my family, there was a Fani, born 1884 in the town of Stryj, in Easter
Galicia, present day Ukraine. Her Yiddish name was Feiga, and her Hebrew
name Tova.
She was murdered in the last "Action" of the Ghetto in Stryj in 1943.

Ami TOREN
Zurich

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Subject: Re: First Name "Fanny"
From: "marantz" <marantz@omedia.ch>
Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2007 09:10:44 +0100
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I couldn't answer your question precisely, but my paternal grandmother's
first name Fanny mentioned on my father's documents was in reality Feigel.
This I have noticed a number of times.

Best regards.

Beba Marantz
Montreux, Switzerland

Fanny was the first name of many jewish women in the XIXth century.
Does someone know how it was written in yiddish and/or russian, and
wether it is the diminutive form of "stefania" like in many
languages, or the transcription of a specific jewish name ? Thank you

And thank you also for all those who some time ago had brought me
all the light for town's name "belocerkovo"

Alain

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Subject: first name Fanny
From: Alain-Noël HENRI <anh26@free.fr>
Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2007 18:53:39 +0100
X-Message-Number: 2

Thank you for your answers. But the Fanny about whom I sent my
question is named Fanny in the official translation of her son's
birth record, in Odessa, and I think there is one or several yiddish
or russian or hebraïc names much nearer than Fagela, an, of course,
Perel. But perhaps no.

I must also apologize for missing my name on the last mail.

Alain-Noël HENRI
Valence FRANCE
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Subject: Re. First Name: Fanny
From: "Judy Sumray" <judysumray@googlemail.com>
Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2007 13:54:42 +0000
X-Message-Number: 3

I don't know whether this may be helpful, but in England and, I think,
America, Fanny or Fannie is the diminutive of Frances. It was a
generally popular name in the 19th and early 20th Centuries (think of
Fanny Trollope, Fannie Hurst, Fannie Ward). Perhaps in Jewish women
it was used as a diminutive of Fruma or Faivel?

Judy Sumray
London

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Subject: RE: First Name Fanny
From: "sarah l meyer" <sarahlmeyer@suddenlink.net>
Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2007 10:27:11 -0500
X-Message-Number: 4

Dear Genners,
In my family the first name Fanny was used (at least in the US)
for the Yiddish name Feige (Feyge). This is in keeping with the way
that many US Jews kept the first letter of the Hebrew or Yiddish name,
but chose a non-Jewish secular name that started with the same letter.
My name texts indicate that Fanny could indeed be a form of Frances
(meaning free, liberal)(or Stephanie the feminine of Stephen (crown)),
neither name being a Jewish name. Feige comes >from the Yiddish (either
Fayg -fig) or Feigel (bird).
I would also suggest that you look at the Given Names Data Base on
the Ukraine SIG website http://www.jewishgen.org/Ukraine/Srchukra.htm.
(It comes up with Fani, Feige, Fruma and Freida as well as Priva and
Tsipora) as potential matches for the US name Fanny.
Sarah L. M. Christiansen
Georgetown, TX
USA

Fanny was the first name of many jewish women in the XIXth century.
Does someone know how it was written in yiddish and/or russian, and
wether it is the diminutive form of "stefania" like in many
languages, or the transcription of a specific jewish name ? Thank you

And thank you also for all those who some time ago had brought me
all the light for town's name "belocerkovo"

Alain
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Subject: First Name "Fanny"
From: "MATHOV Yehuda" <mathov@zahav.net.il>
Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2007 17:52:47 +0200
X-Message-Number: 5

Shalom >from Israel
It is true I do have in my Family Feigl as FANNY.

Feigl in Yidish [and German] means "bird" Tzipora in
Hebrew

It is difficult for me to think about our east Europe
Elders using a Christian Greek denomination as Stephany and FANNY to be
the
diminutive of it.

But Fanny COULD Be FENIE before the arrival to the New
Word, as I know >from my Family

Kindly Yehuda MATHOV



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Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Fanny #ukraine

Ami Toren <ami@...>
 

In my family, there was a Fani, born 1884 in the town of Stryj, in Easter
Galicia, present day Ukraine. Her Yiddish name was Feiga, and her Hebrew
name Tova.
She was murdered in the last "Action" of the Ghetto in Stryj in 1943.

Ami TOREN
Zurich

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Subject: Re: First Name "Fanny"
From: "marantz" <marantz@omedia.ch>
Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2007 09:10:44 +0100
X-Message-Number: 1

I couldn't answer your question precisely, but my paternal grandmother's
first name Fanny mentioned on my father's documents was in reality Feigel.
This I have noticed a number of times.

Best regards.

Beba Marantz
Montreux, Switzerland

Fanny was the first name of many jewish women in the XIXth century.
Does someone know how it was written in yiddish and/or russian, and
wether it is the diminutive form of "stefania" like in many
languages, or the transcription of a specific jewish name ? Thank you

And thank you also for all those who some time ago had brought me
all the light for town's name "belocerkovo"

Alain

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Subject: first name Fanny
From: Alain-Noël HENRI <anh26@free.fr>
Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2007 18:53:39 +0100
X-Message-Number: 2

Thank you for your answers. But the Fanny about whom I sent my
question is named Fanny in the official translation of her son's
birth record, in Odessa, and I think there is one or several yiddish
or russian or hebraïc names much nearer than Fagela, an, of course,
Perel. But perhaps no.

I must also apologize for missing my name on the last mail.

Alain-Noël HENRI
Valence FRANCE
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: Re. First Name: Fanny
From: "Judy Sumray" <judysumray@googlemail.com>
Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2007 13:54:42 +0000
X-Message-Number: 3

I don't know whether this may be helpful, but in England and, I think,
America, Fanny or Fannie is the diminutive of Frances. It was a
generally popular name in the 19th and early 20th Centuries (think of
Fanny Trollope, Fannie Hurst, Fannie Ward). Perhaps in Jewish women
it was used as a diminutive of Fruma or Faivel?

Judy Sumray
London

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: RE: First Name Fanny
From: "sarah l meyer" <sarahlmeyer@suddenlink.net>
Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2007 10:27:11 -0500
X-Message-Number: 4

Dear Genners,
In my family the first name Fanny was used (at least in the US)
for the Yiddish name Feige (Feyge). This is in keeping with the way
that many US Jews kept the first letter of the Hebrew or Yiddish name,
but chose a non-Jewish secular name that started with the same letter.
My name texts indicate that Fanny could indeed be a form of Frances
(meaning free, liberal)(or Stephanie the feminine of Stephen (crown)),
neither name being a Jewish name. Feige comes >from the Yiddish (either
Fayg -fig) or Feigel (bird).
I would also suggest that you look at the Given Names Data Base on
the Ukraine SIG website http://www.jewishgen.org/Ukraine/Srchukra.htm.
(It comes up with Fani, Feige, Fruma and Freida as well as Priva and
Tsipora) as potential matches for the US name Fanny.
Sarah L. M. Christiansen
Georgetown, TX
USA

Fanny was the first name of many jewish women in the XIXth century.
Does someone know how it was written in yiddish and/or russian, and
wether it is the diminutive form of "stefania" like in many
languages, or the transcription of a specific jewish name ? Thank you

And thank you also for all those who some time ago had brought me
all the light for town's name "belocerkovo"

Alain
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: First Name "Fanny"
From: "MATHOV Yehuda" <mathov@zahav.net.il>
Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2007 17:52:47 +0200
X-Message-Number: 5

Shalom >from Israel
It is true I do have in my Family Feigl as FANNY.

Feigl in Yidish [and German] means "bird" Tzipora in
Hebrew

It is difficult for me to think about our east Europe
Elders using a Christian Greek denomination as Stephany and FANNY to be
the
diminutive of it.

But Fanny COULD Be FENIE before the arrival to the New
Word, as I know >from my Family

Kindly Yehuda MATHOV



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Searching for relatives in Argentina #latinamerica

Corey
 

I am searching for the family of my great-grandmother's two sisters who
immigrated to Argentina in the early 1900s.

The two sisters may have been named Livshe, Hannah, and/or Leah and
their maiden name was Schievitz or Schwartz.

They were married in Buenos Aires, but their married names are unknown.
They are known however to have descendents in Buenos Aires, but no one
living recalls any names.

My great grandmother who was their sister was named Esther Witenoff, nee
Schievitz. She was born 23 Dec 1891 in Russia and she immigrated to
Montreal, Canada in the early 1900s. where she died in 1954. She married
Sam Witenoff in 1916 in Russia.

Their parents were named Joshua SCHWARTZ and Faige Clare SCHWARTZ. They
are believed to have died in Russia.

Having only the maiden name of the two sisters, does any one have any
recommendations for finding our relatives in Argentina?

Thanks,
Corey Samuels

MODERATOR NOTE: Please use the JewishGen Infofiles listing Sources in Argentina
http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/argentina.html#B1


Latin America #LatinAmerica Searching for relatives in Argentina #latinamerica

Corey
 

I am searching for the family of my great-grandmother's two sisters who
immigrated to Argentina in the early 1900s.

The two sisters may have been named Livshe, Hannah, and/or Leah and
their maiden name was Schievitz or Schwartz.

They were married in Buenos Aires, but their married names are unknown.
They are known however to have descendents in Buenos Aires, but no one
living recalls any names.

My great grandmother who was their sister was named Esther Witenoff, nee
Schievitz. She was born 23 Dec 1891 in Russia and she immigrated to
Montreal, Canada in the early 1900s. where she died in 1954. She married
Sam Witenoff in 1916 in Russia.

Their parents were named Joshua SCHWARTZ and Faige Clare SCHWARTZ. They
are believed to have died in Russia.

Having only the maiden name of the two sisters, does any one have any
recommendations for finding our relatives in Argentina?

Thanks,
Corey Samuels

MODERATOR NOTE: Please use the JewishGen Infofiles listing Sources in Argentina
http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/argentina.html#B1


Re: CONRADI family search #general

Roger Lustig <julierog@...>
 

Nigel wrote:
CONRADI family UK and Germany. Any information welcome.
I feel the same way!

Where in those countries? (Germany is especially large and
complicated.) When did they live there? Any maiden names to connect to
the family?

Most important: enter your surname/town combinations at
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/ and see who else is working on those
things. No CONRADIs at the moment--be the first! Plenty of people
working on places in those two countries, though.

Best,

Roger Lustig
Princeton, NJ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: CONRADI family search #general

Roger Lustig <julierog@...>
 

Nigel wrote:
CONRADI family UK and Germany. Any information welcome.
I feel the same way!

Where in those countries? (Germany is especially large and
complicated.) When did they live there? Any maiden names to connect to
the family?

Most important: enter your surname/town combinations at
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/ and see who else is working on those
things. No CONRADIs at the moment--be the first! Plenty of people
working on places in those two countries, though.

Best,

Roger Lustig
Princeton, NJ


GOLDMAN-NE[U/I]DERMAN, Des Moines, IA #general

orna neiderman
 

Hello, Dear Colleagues!

New information sheds light on my NEIDERMAN/NEUDERMAN mystery, and your
precious help is again needed.

Samuel(b. 1850, romania) and Anna (b. 1852) arrived to the USA in 1890-1 with their
two daughters: Netta (b. 1877) and Rose (b. 1879). They lived in Des Moines, IA.

from 1925 Iowa Census, I've recently learned that Nettie (Netta) marrid Milton D.
Goldman (b. 1874) and that they had a daughter, Dorothy (b. 1905). Dorothy appears
as "Dorothy Ruth" is the 1910 US Federal Census.

I've also found that Milton died in 1935, and an obit of him appears in the
Des Moines Tribune of January 17th 1935.

Any help with the following will be much appreciated: * Getting more information
about Dorothy (of course I don't have her marriage surname)
* Getting Milton's and/or Nettie's obits
* Getting information about Rose (Nettie's sister), of whom I don't have marriage
surname or any other details.

Yours Sincerely,
Orna Neiderman, Israel
ornan@actcom.co.il


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen GOLDMAN-NE[U/I]DERMAN, Des Moines, IA #general

orna neiderman
 

Hello, Dear Colleagues!

New information sheds light on my NEIDERMAN/NEUDERMAN mystery, and your
precious help is again needed.

Samuel(b. 1850, romania) and Anna (b. 1852) arrived to the USA in 1890-1 with their
two daughters: Netta (b. 1877) and Rose (b. 1879). They lived in Des Moines, IA.

from 1925 Iowa Census, I've recently learned that Nettie (Netta) marrid Milton D.
Goldman (b. 1874) and that they had a daughter, Dorothy (b. 1905). Dorothy appears
as "Dorothy Ruth" is the 1910 US Federal Census.

I've also found that Milton died in 1935, and an obit of him appears in the
Des Moines Tribune of January 17th 1935.

Any help with the following will be much appreciated: * Getting more information
about Dorothy (of course I don't have her marriage surname)
* Getting Milton's and/or Nettie's obits
* Getting information about Rose (Nettie's sister), of whom I don't have marriage
surname or any other details.

Yours Sincerely,
Orna Neiderman, Israel
ornan@actcom.co.il


Searching INGBERG Family of Brooklyn, NY #general

Israel Geffen Feig <gfn_feig@...>
 

Hello all,

My name is asaf, i'm making a family research, i found out lately that we have
conections to INGBER family >from Brooklyn, New York. Do you know a Syd. (could be
Sydelle) or Sarah Ingber (maden name ZIMMER), that her mother name was Gussie, born
in 1910 in austria and lived in 52nd st., Brooklyn, New York >from 1920 ?

If you do i'll be very happy if you contact me.

Asaf Feig,
Tel Aviv, ISRAEL.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching INGBERG Family of Brooklyn, NY #general

Israel Geffen Feig <gfn_feig@...>
 

Hello all,

My name is asaf, i'm making a family research, i found out lately that we have
conections to INGBER family >from Brooklyn, New York. Do you know a Syd. (could be
Sydelle) or Sarah Ingber (maden name ZIMMER), that her mother name was Gussie, born
in 1910 in austria and lived in 52nd st., Brooklyn, New York >from 1920 ?

If you do i'll be very happy if you contact me.

Asaf Feig,
Tel Aviv, ISRAEL.


Re: Finding descendants in Cuba - Websites #general

Joy Rich <joyrichny@...>
 

For other JewishGenners researching their families in Cuba, the websites listed in
my summary in "Dorot" of Dr. Jay Levinson's presentation at last November's JGS
(New York) meeting are:
JewishGen: IAJGS Cemetery Project (Cuba: The Jewish Community)
http://www.jewishgen.org/cemetery/atl-caribbean/cuba.html

JewishGen: JOWBR (burials in Cuban cemeteries)
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery

The Jews of Cuba: Synagogues and Congregations (contact information)
http://www.jewishcuba.org/synagogues.html

The Cuba-America Jewish Mission: Jewish Organizations and Synagogues in Cuba
(contact information)http://www.thecajm.org/info.html

Joy Rich
Brooklyn, NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Finding descendants in Cuba - Websites #general

Joy Rich <joyrichny@...>
 

For other JewishGenners researching their families in Cuba, the websites listed in
my summary in "Dorot" of Dr. Jay Levinson's presentation at last November's JGS
(New York) meeting are:
JewishGen: IAJGS Cemetery Project (Cuba: The Jewish Community)
http://www.jewishgen.org/cemetery/atl-caribbean/cuba.html

JewishGen: JOWBR (burials in Cuban cemeteries)
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery

The Jews of Cuba: Synagogues and Congregations (contact information)
http://www.jewishcuba.org/synagogues.html

The Cuba-America Jewish Mission: Jewish Organizations and Synagogues in Cuba
(contact information)http://www.thecajm.org/info.html

Joy Rich
Brooklyn, NY


Re: Morton Allen Directory Look-up needed #general

Susan&David
 

The big paid web-site has 48 ships arriving Baltimore in Feb, 1948. The SS Sixaola
arrived Feb 3 >from Honduras. The Mormacyork arrived >from Rio de Janeiro. The date
is not certain, but the immigration inspector signed off on Feb 4. None of the
other ships appear to meet your criteria.

David Rosen
Boston, MA

CRomRider@aol.com wrote:

If anyone has access to a Morton Allen Directory, can you please tell me the
name of the ship that arrived in Baltimore, Maryland USA on February 3,
1948? It would have been coming >from South America, probably Argentina.

Carol Rombro Rider
Baltimore, Maryland USA
CRomRider@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Morton Allen Directory Look-up needed #general

Susan&David
 

The big paid web-site has 48 ships arriving Baltimore in Feb, 1948. The SS Sixaola
arrived Feb 3 >from Honduras. The Mormacyork arrived >from Rio de Janeiro. The date
is not certain, but the immigration inspector signed off on Feb 4. None of the
other ships appear to meet your criteria.

David Rosen
Boston, MA

CRomRider@aol.com wrote:

If anyone has access to a Morton Allen Directory, can you please tell me the
name of the ship that arrived in Baltimore, Maryland USA on February 3,
1948? It would have been coming >from South America, probably Argentina.

Carol Rombro Rider
Baltimore, Maryland USA
CRomRider@aol.com


thanks for translating #general

Bea <blspabas@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genners,

many thanks for helping to translate the Russian images in viewmate
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=9645 and
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=9646).

I have two more Russian ones that I've just submitted to viewmate today, and hope
you can help me again? I'll let you know when they are on the site, and thank you!

If anyone can read and translate any of the Yiddish image please do let me know,
even if it is only a few words - every little helps!
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=9645)

Please email me privately, and many thanks,

B.Shiel (London) blspabas@btinternet.com

SILVER, SVIDLER, SVIDLERS


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen thanks for translating #general

Bea <blspabas@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genners,

many thanks for helping to translate the Russian images in viewmate
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=9645 and
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=9646).

I have two more Russian ones that I've just submitted to viewmate today, and hope
you can help me again? I'll let you know when they are on the site, and thank you!

If anyone can read and translate any of the Yiddish image please do let me know,
even if it is only a few words - every little helps!
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=9645)

Please email me privately, and many thanks,

B.Shiel (London) blspabas@btinternet.com

SILVER, SVIDLER, SVIDLERS


Re: Locating JGSs Worldwide #general

Joy Rich <joyrichny@...>
 

Any Jewish Genealogical Society, Jewish Historical Society, or other organization
that's a member of IAJGS is listed on the IAJGS website at
http://iajgs.org/Member-Index.htm with links to the organization's website.

Joy Rich
Brooklyn, NY

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Subject: JGS chapter in Southern New Jersey sought
From: "ToadysFroggy" <54amp5@gmail.com>
Date: 18 Mar 2007 07:05:00 -0700
X-Message-Number: 7

I will be moving to Southern New Jersey in a week and a half and was
wondering if anyone knows if there is a chapter of the JGS in either
South Jersey or Philadelphia.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Locating JGSs Worldwide #general

Joy Rich <joyrichny@...>
 

Any Jewish Genealogical Society, Jewish Historical Society, or other organization
that's a member of IAJGS is listed on the IAJGS website at
http://iajgs.org/Member-Index.htm with links to the organization's website.

Joy Rich
Brooklyn, NY

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: JGS chapter in Southern New Jersey sought
From: "ToadysFroggy" <54amp5@gmail.com>
Date: 18 Mar 2007 07:05:00 -0700
X-Message-Number: 7

I will be moving to Southern New Jersey in a week and a half and was
wondering if anyone knows if there is a chapter of the JGS in either
South Jersey or Philadelphia.