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Sign Up Now for the H-SIG Luncheon in SLC #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

Dear All,

If you're planning to attend the IAJGS Conference July 15-20 in Salt
Lake City, you won't want to miss the Hungarian SIG luncheon. In
response to requests for more time to talk about research successes
and brick walls and exchange information, our luncheon this year
will provide that opportunity. The luncheon will be held on
Thursday, July 19, >from 12:30 to 2 pm followed by the John Kovacs
session on Genealogical Research in Hungary. At 3:30, attend the
annual Hungarian SIG meeting to find out about your SIG's
accomplishments and upcoming projects. The cut-off date for signing
up for the luncheon

Each person attending the lunch will have 3 minutes to share a
success, describe a problem, or report on research. We'll have a
time-keeper to make sure there's time for all. If you contact us
ahead of time and identify your area of interest, we will also
assign tables by interest area so all of those "birds of a feather"
can easily find one another.

Register by May 1 to take advantage of early registration rates and
to make sure that you can attend the luncheon. Registration is $230
until May 1, 2007 and after that it will be $275. Registration for
luncheons will close in mid-June, before the deadline for conference
registration, so don't delay!

Go to http://slc2007.org/ and click on Initial Registration on the
menu bar at left side of the page to register on line. You can also
download a registration form to submit the old-fashioned way. Note
that you must register and pay separately for the luncheon. Make
your registration for the Salt Lake City Center Hilton on their
dedicated IAJGS conference website. The hotel is only two blocks
from the Family History Library and the conference rate is available
starting July 9th through July 26th for those who wish to come
before and/or stay after the conference to spend additional time
doing research.

If you're attending the luncheon and want to connect with others who
share your research interests, please a message off-list to <H-
SIG@kmort.com> indicating your top two areas of interest (e.g.
Budapest, Miskolcs, Transcarpathia, Transylvania, Bereg, Ungvar,
etc.). We'll do our best to arrange seating to meet your needs.
Also, please let me know if you would like to reserve a time slot for
your 3-minute presentation. Please list the subject of your
presentation as well.

Please contact me off-list with any questions. I'll copy responses
of general interest to all H-SIGrs.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA
Hungarian SIG Coordinator
<h-sig@kmort.com>


Hungary SIG #Hungary Sign Up Now for the H-SIG Luncheon in SLC #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

Dear All,

If you're planning to attend the IAJGS Conference July 15-20 in Salt
Lake City, you won't want to miss the Hungarian SIG luncheon. In
response to requests for more time to talk about research successes
and brick walls and exchange information, our luncheon this year
will provide that opportunity. The luncheon will be held on
Thursday, July 19, >from 12:30 to 2 pm followed by the John Kovacs
session on Genealogical Research in Hungary. At 3:30, attend the
annual Hungarian SIG meeting to find out about your SIG's
accomplishments and upcoming projects. The cut-off date for signing
up for the luncheon

Each person attending the lunch will have 3 minutes to share a
success, describe a problem, or report on research. We'll have a
time-keeper to make sure there's time for all. If you contact us
ahead of time and identify your area of interest, we will also
assign tables by interest area so all of those "birds of a feather"
can easily find one another.

Register by May 1 to take advantage of early registration rates and
to make sure that you can attend the luncheon. Registration is $230
until May 1, 2007 and after that it will be $275. Registration for
luncheons will close in mid-June, before the deadline for conference
registration, so don't delay!

Go to http://slc2007.org/ and click on Initial Registration on the
menu bar at left side of the page to register on line. You can also
download a registration form to submit the old-fashioned way. Note
that you must register and pay separately for the luncheon. Make
your registration for the Salt Lake City Center Hilton on their
dedicated IAJGS conference website. The hotel is only two blocks
from the Family History Library and the conference rate is available
starting July 9th through July 26th for those who wish to come
before and/or stay after the conference to spend additional time
doing research.

If you're attending the luncheon and want to connect with others who
share your research interests, please a message off-list to <H-
SIG@kmort.com> indicating your top two areas of interest (e.g.
Budapest, Miskolcs, Transcarpathia, Transylvania, Bereg, Ungvar,
etc.). We'll do our best to arrange seating to meet your needs.
Also, please let me know if you would like to reserve a time slot for
your 3-minute presentation. Please list the subject of your
presentation as well.

Please contact me off-list with any questions. I'll copy responses
of general interest to all H-SIGrs.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA
Hungarian SIG Coordinator
<h-sig@kmort.com>


Re: Hungarian uses of the name Jenny #hungary

Gábor Hirsch <g_hirsch@...>
 

I believe the question is, where are we looking for explanations, in the Hungarian Wikipedia. "Az Etele férfinév az Attila ősi, a 13. században keletkezett változata. Női párja: Etelka." Etele is the ancient form for Attila >from the 13. century, its female form is Etelka.

I am not even sure, that the Hungarian sounding names are an expression of antisemitism, my father when he visited me in Switzerland introduced himself as Johan instead of Janos. Friends of mine translated correctly or incorrectly their first name, Istvan to Stefan/Stephan, Ferenc to Franz etc. An other because of spelling changed his family name >from Szirtes to Sirtes. An my age many boys Jewish and Christian were called, I still call myself Gabor, there is no aequivalent name here, Gabriel is not used only Gabriella for women. For time to time biblical (Jewish) names are popular for Christians too and they are not always philosemitics.

Best regards
Gabor Hirsch
Switzerland

-------- Original-Nachricht --------
Datum: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 06:07:07 -0400
Von: "Ethel Jean (Kowan) Saltz" <macnietspingal@airmail.net>
An: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Betreff: Re: Re:[h-sig] Hungarian uses of the name Jenny

I've already discussed something similar here and found out it's all true.
I'm named for my Hungarian paternal grandmother who never came over to
this
country. Her name was Ethel. My Hungarian father's name was Eugene. So
now you've added more data to the whole subject. Until I joined this
group,
it was always a puzzlement. There are studies about all this. People
have
always spelled my name "Ethyl" when they whole-heartedly disliked my
perceptions of religion:) Hence my interest in my own name. It all
started
when I was 17 YO at American U. in chemistry. American U. in D.C. was
Jew-hating at that time. So Ethel means "noble". So does Eugene. One's
Greek, the other Latin. So I'm a Noble Gas:) Finally someone wrote me
Eth-El. I loved that one. I looked in TaNaKh, there's an Eth-Baal. My
Hungarian grandmom has influenced my whole life:) What's in a name?
Everything.

In addition, when my father came over, he changed his last name >from Kohn
to
Kowan, following his Uncle Maurice Kowan. I met Dr. Kowan when he was 80
YO
, in L.A., and he explained why he changed his name. As a resident
doctor,
his mentor suggested that it would go easier for him if he did. It did
make
a huge difference in my life. No one ever took me to be Jewish, and
immediately started talking to me about "those Jews". I immediately
informed them of their error. It's been an enlightening existence. I
know
Jews who never told.

Eth-El 20705


Zseni #hungary

or lanoar <orlanoar@...>
 

I think that the original Yiddish name of Zseni is Shceindil because of my
ggm (scheindil) was named no the Military Forced Laborer List: Zseni.
Hungarian uses of the name Jenny
S Yanks
London


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Hungarian uses of the name Jenny #hungary

Gábor Hirsch <g_hirsch@...>
 

I believe the question is, where are we looking for explanations, in the Hungarian Wikipedia. "Az Etele férfinév az Attila ősi, a 13. században keletkezett változata. Női párja: Etelka." Etele is the ancient form for Attila >from the 13. century, its female form is Etelka.

I am not even sure, that the Hungarian sounding names are an expression of antisemitism, my father when he visited me in Switzerland introduced himself as Johan instead of Janos. Friends of mine translated correctly or incorrectly their first name, Istvan to Stefan/Stephan, Ferenc to Franz etc. An other because of spelling changed his family name >from Szirtes to Sirtes. An my age many boys Jewish and Christian were called, I still call myself Gabor, there is no aequivalent name here, Gabriel is not used only Gabriella for women. For time to time biblical (Jewish) names are popular for Christians too and they are not always philosemitics.

Best regards
Gabor Hirsch
Switzerland

-------- Original-Nachricht --------
Datum: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 06:07:07 -0400
Von: "Ethel Jean (Kowan) Saltz" <macnietspingal@airmail.net>
An: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Betreff: Re: Re:[h-sig] Hungarian uses of the name Jenny

I've already discussed something similar here and found out it's all true.
I'm named for my Hungarian paternal grandmother who never came over to
this
country. Her name was Ethel. My Hungarian father's name was Eugene. So
now you've added more data to the whole subject. Until I joined this
group,
it was always a puzzlement. There are studies about all this. People
have
always spelled my name "Ethyl" when they whole-heartedly disliked my
perceptions of religion:) Hence my interest in my own name. It all
started
when I was 17 YO at American U. in chemistry. American U. in D.C. was
Jew-hating at that time. So Ethel means "noble". So does Eugene. One's
Greek, the other Latin. So I'm a Noble Gas:) Finally someone wrote me
Eth-El. I loved that one. I looked in TaNaKh, there's an Eth-Baal. My
Hungarian grandmom has influenced my whole life:) What's in a name?
Everything.

In addition, when my father came over, he changed his last name >from Kohn
to
Kowan, following his Uncle Maurice Kowan. I met Dr. Kowan when he was 80
YO
, in L.A., and he explained why he changed his name. As a resident
doctor,
his mentor suggested that it would go easier for him if he did. It did
make
a huge difference in my life. No one ever took me to be Jewish, and
immediately started talking to me about "those Jews". I immediately
informed them of their error. It's been an enlightening existence. I
know
Jews who never told.

Eth-El 20705


Hungary SIG #Hungary Zseni #hungary

or lanoar <orlanoar@...>
 

I think that the original Yiddish name of Zseni is Shceindil because of my
ggm (scheindil) was named no the Military Forced Laborer List: Zseni.
Hungarian uses of the name Jenny
S Yanks
London


Re: * Fishu and Yoynes #hungary

Agnes Grossinger <agigro@...>
 

TOM, MY LATE HUSBAND JOE ( JOSEPH GROSSINGER ) JIDDISH NAME WAS YAINE,
NAMED AFTER HIS GRANDFATHER JONAS, JONAH . A FEW YEARS AGO I
GOT A TEL. CALL >from NY. WHO WAS SEARCHING AND ACTUALLY HAS THE BIGGEST
GROSSINGER FAM. TREE. SHE EXPLAINED TO ME THAT SHE GOES BY THE JIDDISH
NAME ; SHE ASK ME IF ANYBODY IN THE FAM IS CALLED YAINE, JONAH... IN
TEARS I SAID THAT WAS MY LATE HUSBAND NAME, WHO DIED IN PREVIOUS YEAR.
HER SECOND QUESTION WAS IS ANY MARTHE, MORDECHAI IN THE FAM. WHEN I TOLD
HER THAT IS MY SONS JIDDISH/ HEBREW NAME, NAMED AFTER MY HUSBAND'S
FATHER, WHO PERISHED IN AUSCHWITZ WITH HIS WHOLE FAM. tHAN SHE TOLD ME
ABOUT SOME GROSSINGERS SHE FOUND IN ISRAEL, THEY WERE ALL 2ND COUSINS
WHO EMIGRATED TO ISRAEL >from ROMANIA/ HUNGARY AND WE ALL KEPT IN TOUCH.
SHE TOLD ME THE FAM. ORIGINATED >from POLAND ( WICH SHE NEVER HEARD
ABOUT; BUT THEY WERE 2 MISSING BROTHERS WHO LEFT POLAND TO TRY THEIR
LUCK IN AUSTRO HUNGARY, AND NEVER RETURNED . AND THOSE WAS SHE
SEARCHING, AND SHE WAS VERY PLEASED TO FIND US, AND SHE CONTACTED ME
WITH SOME OTHER'S IF THESE 2 NAMES WERE IN THEIR FAM.TREES. jUST AN
INTERESTING FAM. STORY. I READ YOUR VERY INFORMATIVE UPDATES,ON ALL
JEWISH CAUSES. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK,
AGI/ AGNES GROSSINGER, SAN JOSE CA

Moderator: Please submit message in upper-lower case. Upper case should only be used to highlight surnames.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: * Fishu and Yoynes #hungary

Agnes Grossinger <agigro@...>
 

TOM, MY LATE HUSBAND JOE ( JOSEPH GROSSINGER ) JIDDISH NAME WAS YAINE,
NAMED AFTER HIS GRANDFATHER JONAS, JONAH . A FEW YEARS AGO I
GOT A TEL. CALL >from NY. WHO WAS SEARCHING AND ACTUALLY HAS THE BIGGEST
GROSSINGER FAM. TREE. SHE EXPLAINED TO ME THAT SHE GOES BY THE JIDDISH
NAME ; SHE ASK ME IF ANYBODY IN THE FAM IS CALLED YAINE, JONAH... IN
TEARS I SAID THAT WAS MY LATE HUSBAND NAME, WHO DIED IN PREVIOUS YEAR.
HER SECOND QUESTION WAS IS ANY MARTHE, MORDECHAI IN THE FAM. WHEN I TOLD
HER THAT IS MY SONS JIDDISH/ HEBREW NAME, NAMED AFTER MY HUSBAND'S
FATHER, WHO PERISHED IN AUSCHWITZ WITH HIS WHOLE FAM. tHAN SHE TOLD ME
ABOUT SOME GROSSINGERS SHE FOUND IN ISRAEL, THEY WERE ALL 2ND COUSINS
WHO EMIGRATED TO ISRAEL >from ROMANIA/ HUNGARY AND WE ALL KEPT IN TOUCH.
SHE TOLD ME THE FAM. ORIGINATED >from POLAND ( WICH SHE NEVER HEARD
ABOUT; BUT THEY WERE 2 MISSING BROTHERS WHO LEFT POLAND TO TRY THEIR
LUCK IN AUSTRO HUNGARY, AND NEVER RETURNED . AND THOSE WAS SHE
SEARCHING, AND SHE WAS VERY PLEASED TO FIND US, AND SHE CONTACTED ME
WITH SOME OTHER'S IF THESE 2 NAMES WERE IN THEIR FAM.TREES. jUST AN
INTERESTING FAM. STORY. I READ YOUR VERY INFORMATIVE UPDATES,ON ALL
JEWISH CAUSES. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK,
AGI/ AGNES GROSSINGER, SAN JOSE CA

Moderator: Please submit message in upper-lower case. Upper case should only be used to highlight surnames.


Re: Burial records from Iasi.. #romania

Rosanne Leeson <rdleeson@...>
 

In response to the interesting note >from Corey Samuels, the ROM-SIG,
thanks to the enormous generosity of one of our members, had arranged
last summer, as it was announced, to acquire copies of the all of the
Iasi burial records >from 1883-2005.

The digital photography has been completed, and the results placed on 4
CDs. There were some problems with the CDs, but as soon as they are
redone, and we receive them, we hope to begin on entering this data
into JOWBR spreadsheet for JewishGen.

Th earliest records, 1883-1915, are in Hebrew, which is quite difficult
to read, but we will be dealing with that problem later. As soon as
we receive the records in Romanian, we will be looking for volunteers to
assist with the data entry!

Rosanne Leeson
Co-Coordinator
ROM-SIG


Romania SIG #Romania RE: Burial records from Iasi.. #romania

Rosanne Leeson <rdleeson@...>
 

In response to the interesting note >from Corey Samuels, the ROM-SIG,
thanks to the enormous generosity of one of our members, had arranged
last summer, as it was announced, to acquire copies of the all of the
Iasi burial records >from 1883-2005.

The digital photography has been completed, and the results placed on 4
CDs. There were some problems with the CDs, but as soon as they are
redone, and we receive them, we hope to begin on entering this data
into JOWBR spreadsheet for JewishGen.

Th earliest records, 1883-1915, are in Hebrew, which is quite difficult
to read, but we will be dealing with that problem later. As soon as
we receive the records in Romanian, we will be looking for volunteers to
assist with the data entry!

Rosanne Leeson
Co-Coordinator
ROM-SIG


RENBERG Jona and Joana, Drancy, Auschwitz #france

j.furba@...
 

Hello,

I found information on some of my family who were interned in Drancy,
France during World War II. I know >from searching the website "Memorial de
la Shoah" the following:

Mr. Jona ARENBERG was born on May 20, 1892 in Tiraspol, Moldova. He was
sent >from Marseilles, France (at the time he was living at 18, rue Cheval
Rose) to the Drancy internment camp. He was subsequently deported on convoy
no.76 >from Drancy to Auschwitz on June 30, 1944.

He is inscribed on the Wall of Names in Paris as Jona ARENBERG born on
May 20, 1892 in TIRASPOL, deported on convoy no. 76 >from Drancy on
June 30, 1944.

The State Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau responded to my inquiry that Jona
ARENBERG was on the list of the Jews who were deported >from Drancy to the
Auschwitz concentration camp with convoy no. 76 on June 30, 1944 and
that his fate after this date is unknown.

There is also a Joana ARENBERG, listed as living at that same address,
interned in Drancy on May 29, 1944.There are available the following data
relating to Joana:

Data on the original cards compiled by the Drancy camp administration:
Surname: ARENBERG
First name: Joana
no. of the personal search book: 142
no. of the receipt of the search book : 5070
Internment no. 23449

The Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau has no information on Joana ARENBERG.

Does anybody know where I might find more information about Jona and Joana
ARENBERG, either before, during or after their interment in Drancy? Are
there any records available to me online or elsewhere that might give me
more clues as to their own personal history?
Thank you so much.

Gratefully,
Janet Furba
E-mail j.furba@web.de


French SIG #France RENBERG Jona and Joana, Drancy, Auschwitz #france

j.furba@...
 

Hello,

I found information on some of my family who were interned in Drancy,
France during World War II. I know >from searching the website "Memorial de
la Shoah" the following:

Mr. Jona ARENBERG was born on May 20, 1892 in Tiraspol, Moldova. He was
sent >from Marseilles, France (at the time he was living at 18, rue Cheval
Rose) to the Drancy internment camp. He was subsequently deported on convoy
no.76 >from Drancy to Auschwitz on June 30, 1944.

He is inscribed on the Wall of Names in Paris as Jona ARENBERG born on
May 20, 1892 in TIRASPOL, deported on convoy no. 76 >from Drancy on
June 30, 1944.

The State Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau responded to my inquiry that Jona
ARENBERG was on the list of the Jews who were deported >from Drancy to the
Auschwitz concentration camp with convoy no. 76 on June 30, 1944 and
that his fate after this date is unknown.

There is also a Joana ARENBERG, listed as living at that same address,
interned in Drancy on May 29, 1944.There are available the following data
relating to Joana:

Data on the original cards compiled by the Drancy camp administration:
Surname: ARENBERG
First name: Joana
no. of the personal search book: 142
no. of the receipt of the search book : 5070
Internment no. 23449

The Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau has no information on Joana ARENBERG.

Does anybody know where I might find more information about Jona and Joana
ARENBERG, either before, during or after their interment in Drancy? Are
there any records available to me online or elsewhere that might give me
more clues as to their own personal history?
Thank you so much.

Gratefully,
Janet Furba
E-mail j.furba@web.de


New York Marriage License 1922 #general

Paul A. Auerbach
 

If you haven't already done so, I'd suggest using Steve Morse's "one-step"
New York City Groom Index
( http://www.stevemorse.org/vital/nymarriages.html?index=groom ) or New York
City Bride Index
( http://www.stevemorse.org/vital/nymarriages.html?index=bride ) to locate the
groom or bride. The advantage of doing this is that, where both the bride's
and the groom's names have been indexed, you'll find a link to the bride's
index entry on the groom's record, and vice versa. Beyond that, I'm afraid
you're not going to find any additional information about the groom or bride
on line. The good news is that it's easy (and inexpensive) to order a copy
of a pre-1930 NYC marriage certificate on line by going here:
http://www.nyc.gov/dorforms/marriagecert.jsp My recent experience is that,
if you supply a certificate number, the turnaround time is much faster then
the 4-6 weeks stated on the website.

Paul Auerbach
Sharon, Massachusetts

-----Original Message-----
From: "Jan Groshan" <jangro@pacbell.net>
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 10:49:34 EDT
X-Message-Number: 12

I have found what may be an "unknown" marriage which took place in the Bronx
on 12-9-1922 (Certificate No. 4651). Does anyone know if there is some
on-line site (besides IGS and GGS) where I can do a "search" to see if the
bride is in fact the person I'm looking for ... i.e. an on-line site that
would give, perhaps, mother's or father's name of the bride.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen New York Marriage License 1922 #general

Paul A. Auerbach
 

If you haven't already done so, I'd suggest using Steve Morse's "one-step"
New York City Groom Index
( http://www.stevemorse.org/vital/nymarriages.html?index=groom ) or New York
City Bride Index
( http://www.stevemorse.org/vital/nymarriages.html?index=bride ) to locate the
groom or bride. The advantage of doing this is that, where both the bride's
and the groom's names have been indexed, you'll find a link to the bride's
index entry on the groom's record, and vice versa. Beyond that, I'm afraid
you're not going to find any additional information about the groom or bride
on line. The good news is that it's easy (and inexpensive) to order a copy
of a pre-1930 NYC marriage certificate on line by going here:
http://www.nyc.gov/dorforms/marriagecert.jsp My recent experience is that,
if you supply a certificate number, the turnaround time is much faster then
the 4-6 weeks stated on the website.

Paul Auerbach
Sharon, Massachusetts

-----Original Message-----
From: "Jan Groshan" <jangro@pacbell.net>
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 10:49:34 EDT
X-Message-Number: 12

I have found what may be an "unknown" marriage which took place in the Bronx
on 12-9-1922 (Certificate No. 4651). Does anyone know if there is some
on-line site (besides IGS and GGS) where I can do a "search" to see if the
bride is in fact the person I'm looking for ... i.e. an on-line site that
would give, perhaps, mother's or father's name of the bride.


April 15 Meeting, JGS of Colorado #general

ANNE FENDRICH <AFENDRICH@...>
 

Jewish Genealogical Society Of Colorado

Ed Richard
Presents

All you've ever wanted to know about
Family Tree Maker

1. New and advanced features
2. Find maps and add them to your trees.
3. Make time lines for your history buffs.
4. Learn about coming changes for your software.

Bring your questions and or problems and let Ed solve them for you.

Sunday, April 15, 2007
1:30p.m.
B'Nai Havurah
6445 E. Ohio Avenue
Denver, Colorado


Looking for info about Judith MOSES. #general

JoannaYael
 

Dear Genners,

I am looking for information about Judith MOSES. All I know is that
Judith, her younger brother Shim'on (Simon?) and their mother left
Israel for the United States in the early 50's, after her father's
tragic death at sea.
The family was originally >from Holland and Judy was my very first friend.

I am thankful in advance for any information.

Joanna Zimmerman
Sunnyvale, CA

Searching FREIFELD, KORNHABER, EISENSTADT, KANDEL ,IGRA, FELSEN, MENKES.

Sender: Jplus3@aol.com


Looking for Charlie KING of Los Angeles #general

Linda Shefler <linsilv@...>
 

I am trying to locate Charles/Charlie KING of Los Angeles, who is
researching GAZINSKY and PACKER. He is also somehow related to Sheindle
KOSOVETSKY. I checked in the JGFF but didn't find him listed there under
the relevant names; I also tried the usual people search sites but Charles
King is too common of a name. A relative of his gave me his name, but
unfortunately doesn't have his contact information.

If anyone can help put me in touch with him, I would be most appreciative.
I would like to discuss the KOSOVETSKY family with him. Please respond
privately.

Thanks in advance and Shabbat shalom to all.

Linda Silverman Shefler
Cary, NC
linsilv@nc.rr.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen April 15 Meeting, JGS of Colorado #general

ANNE FENDRICH <AFENDRICH@...>
 

Jewish Genealogical Society Of Colorado

Ed Richard
Presents

All you've ever wanted to know about
Family Tree Maker

1. New and advanced features
2. Find maps and add them to your trees.
3. Make time lines for your history buffs.
4. Learn about coming changes for your software.

Bring your questions and or problems and let Ed solve them for you.

Sunday, April 15, 2007
1:30p.m.
B'Nai Havurah
6445 E. Ohio Avenue
Denver, Colorado


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for info about Judith MOSES. #general

JoannaYael
 

Dear Genners,

I am looking for information about Judith MOSES. All I know is that
Judith, her younger brother Shim'on (Simon?) and their mother left
Israel for the United States in the early 50's, after her father's
tragic death at sea.
The family was originally >from Holland and Judy was my very first friend.

I am thankful in advance for any information.

Joanna Zimmerman
Sunnyvale, CA

Searching FREIFELD, KORNHABER, EISENSTADT, KANDEL ,IGRA, FELSEN, MENKES.

Sender: Jplus3@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for Charlie KING of Los Angeles #general

Linda Shefler <linsilv@...>
 

I am trying to locate Charles/Charlie KING of Los Angeles, who is
researching GAZINSKY and PACKER. He is also somehow related to Sheindle
KOSOVETSKY. I checked in the JGFF but didn't find him listed there under
the relevant names; I also tried the usual people search sites but Charles
King is too common of a name. A relative of his gave me his name, but
unfortunately doesn't have his contact information.

If anyone can help put me in touch with him, I would be most appreciative.
I would like to discuss the KOSOVETSKY family with him. Please respond
privately.

Thanks in advance and Shabbat shalom to all.

Linda Silverman Shefler
Cary, NC
linsilv@nc.rr.com