Date   

JGSPBCI, FL, November 12, Membership meeting announcement #general

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
 

Jewish Genealogical Society Palm Beach County, Inc.

Membership Meeting: November 12, 2008

South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL

11:30 A.M.: Lithuanian Special Interest Group (SIG); Howard Margol, one of
the foremost authorities on Lithuanian genealogical research will lead the
SIG for this session only, reporting on "LitvakSIG, Past, Present and
Future".

12:30 P.M. - Brick Wall

1 P.M. - Brief business meeting followed by

Program: Mr. Margol, guest speaker: Topic: "Lithuanian Research - The
Latest Developments".

Members free. Guests $5.00

www.jgspalmbeachcounty.org )

Submitted by Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
President Emerita, JGSPBCI


Jewish Genealogical Society Boston, Second Annual Jewish Genealogy Lecture #general

Howard Morris
 

Time: 3 PM, Sunday Nov. 23, 2008
Place: Hebrew College, Berenson Hall, Newton Center, Massachusetts
Speaker: Omer Bartov
Topic: ERASED: Vanishing Traces of Jewish Galicia

For more information see http://HebrewCollege.jgsgb.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGSPBCI, FL, November 12, Membership meeting announcement #general

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
 

Jewish Genealogical Society Palm Beach County, Inc.

Membership Meeting: November 12, 2008

South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL

11:30 A.M.: Lithuanian Special Interest Group (SIG); Howard Margol, one of
the foremost authorities on Lithuanian genealogical research will lead the
SIG for this session only, reporting on "LitvakSIG, Past, Present and
Future".

12:30 P.M. - Brick Wall

1 P.M. - Brief business meeting followed by

Program: Mr. Margol, guest speaker: Topic: "Lithuanian Research - The
Latest Developments".

Members free. Guests $5.00

www.jgspalmbeachcounty.org )

Submitted by Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
President Emerita, JGSPBCI


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish Genealogical Society Boston, Second Annual Jewish Genealogy Lecture #general

Howard Morris
 

Time: 3 PM, Sunday Nov. 23, 2008
Place: Hebrew College, Berenson Hall, Newton Center, Massachusetts
Speaker: Omer Bartov
Topic: ERASED: Vanishing Traces of Jewish Galicia

For more information see http://HebrewCollege.jgsgb.org


searching for Ronald GERSCH burial place (child) #unitedkingdom

Catherine Gordon <catherine@...>
 

I am trying to locate the grave of a young child named Ronald GERSCH on
behalf of his brother who would like the chance to visit his grave. He
is elderly and I really want to be able to give him the chance to do
this but I am not having much luck and would appreciate any help.

I have been told that he died 1930-1934, aged 3-5. I am guessing this is
based on memory and may not be completely accurate. It's a bit late for
freebmd and I only have ancestry access at the library. If anyone finds
it on ancestry I would really appreciate the death details which may
help.

His parents and brothers & sisters are apparently buried at Rainham. And
they lived in the east end of London.

I am not based in London so although I am usually happy to trawl
cemeteries I cant do it this time.

I have advised that it is possible there is no marked grave but I will
try my best. (I was in Urmston cemetery yesterday and there was a plaque
saying that many of the children were buried without headstone so I
realize this is a possibility).

If you visit the children's section in any London cemeteries and notice
this headstone I would appreciate you letting me know. If you are able
to give me any assistance at all in finding the burial place for this
child I would really appreciate it.

Thanks s much in anticipation

Catherine Gordon

Manchester UK

Researching

GELLER, KUTZCER, GOLDSTONE, FIG, BROWN, BRO, COPITCH, COPATCH, COPACK,
COPATZ, FREEDSON, FREESDZON, MARCHINSKY, MASINSKI, GOLDSBERG, GROSBERG,
SAGAT, SAGOWSKI, STERLING, FINEMAN, (also FOGEL, MOSCOVITCH, GORDON,
RUDOLF and Ronald GERSCH.


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JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom searching for Ronald GERSCH burial place (child) #unitedkingdom

Catherine Gordon <catherine@...>
 

I am trying to locate the grave of a young child named Ronald GERSCH on
behalf of his brother who would like the chance to visit his grave. He
is elderly and I really want to be able to give him the chance to do
this but I am not having much luck and would appreciate any help.

I have been told that he died 1930-1934, aged 3-5. I am guessing this is
based on memory and may not be completely accurate. It's a bit late for
freebmd and I only have ancestry access at the library. If anyone finds
it on ancestry I would really appreciate the death details which may
help.

His parents and brothers & sisters are apparently buried at Rainham. And
they lived in the east end of London.

I am not based in London so although I am usually happy to trawl
cemeteries I cant do it this time.

I have advised that it is possible there is no marked grave but I will
try my best. (I was in Urmston cemetery yesterday and there was a plaque
saying that many of the children were buried without headstone so I
realize this is a possibility).

If you visit the children's section in any London cemeteries and notice
this headstone I would appreciate you letting me know. If you are able
to give me any assistance at all in finding the burial place for this
child I would really appreciate it.

Thanks s much in anticipation

Catherine Gordon

Manchester UK

Researching

GELLER, KUTZCER, GOLDSTONE, FIG, BROWN, BRO, COPITCH, COPATCH, COPACK,
COPATZ, FREEDSON, FREESDZON, MARCHINSKY, MASINSKI, GOLDSBERG, GROSBERG,
SAGAT, SAGOWSKI, STERLING, FINEMAN, (also FOGEL, MOSCOVITCH, GORDON,
RUDOLF and Ronald GERSCH.


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Re: Slight Polish Translation Birth Record KALKOPF, Sosnowiec, Poland #general

Michael McTeer <mcteer@...>
 

Thanks for the responses to my inquiry. The basic question was if the
notation indicated the filing year of the documents in question which would
indicate what we call in the US 'delayed' birth records.

Thanks,

Michael McTeer
mcteer@gmail.com
29 Palms, CA USA
13488


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Slight Polish Translation Birth Record KALKOPF, Sosnowiec, Poland #general

Michael McTeer <mcteer@...>
 

Thanks for the responses to my inquiry. The basic question was if the
notation indicated the filing year of the documents in question which would
indicate what we call in the US 'delayed' birth records.

Thanks,

Michael McTeer
mcteer@gmail.com
29 Palms, CA USA
13488


SCHISSLER, Samuel, Charles, Aron (Artie), Sylvia #general

Shlomo Katz <thetorahspring@...>
 

I am searching for information on or descendants of Harry and Anna
SCHISSLER. In 1930, they lived on Boerum Street in Brooklyn NY. In
1920 and 1923, they lived on Humboldt Street. Their children were:
Samuel -- born 1907, possibly died October 1978 in Queens, NY
Charles -- born 1909
Aron or Artie -- born 1919, possibly died 2003 in the Bronx, NY
Sylvia -- born 1921.
Anna was a great-great-aunt of my wife.

Shlomo Katz
Silver Spring MD


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen SCHISSLER, Samuel, Charles, Aron (Artie), Sylvia #general

Shlomo Katz <thetorahspring@...>
 

I am searching for information on or descendants of Harry and Anna
SCHISSLER. In 1930, they lived on Boerum Street in Brooklyn NY. In
1920 and 1923, they lived on Humboldt Street. Their children were:
Samuel -- born 1907, possibly died October 1978 in Queens, NY
Charles -- born 1909
Aron or Artie -- born 1919, possibly died 2003 in the Bronx, NY
Sylvia -- born 1921.
Anna was a great-great-aunt of my wife.

Shlomo Katz
Silver Spring MD


Language Identification #hungary

Shaul Sharoni <pollinia@...>
 

Dear All,

I am in possession of a letter which at first I thought was in Hungarian.
According to Vivian Kahn and others, that is not the case but rather a
combinaiton of Hebrew words transcribed in Roman letters along with some
other language.

If you master both Hebrew and Slovak, please reply in private and I will
send you an excerpt for your inspection.

Thank you in advance,
Shaul Sharoni,
Israel


Hungary SIG #Hungary Language Identification #hungary

Shaul Sharoni <pollinia@...>
 

Dear All,

I am in possession of a letter which at first I thought was in Hungarian.
According to Vivian Kahn and others, that is not the case but rather a
combinaiton of Hebrew words transcribed in Roman letters along with some
other language.

If you master both Hebrew and Slovak, please reply in private and I will
send you an excerpt for your inspection.

Thank you in advance,
Shaul Sharoni,
Israel


Re: Name changes #germany

joyweave
 

I know of Taubes who became Dora (later Dorothy) and
Tillie (later Matilda).

Don't know if that helps.

Joy Weaver

I feel 2 of my relatives who came to the U S in the 1890's might
have changed there given names. Their first names when they arrived
were Toyva and Taube. Anyone have any thoughts on what the
Americanized versions might be.
itisruth@comcast.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Name changes #general

joyweave
 

I know of Taubes who became Dora (later Dorothy) and
Tillie (later Matilda).

Don't know if that helps.

Joy Weaver

I feel 2 of my relatives who came to the U S in the 1890's might
have changed there given names. Their first names when they arrived
were Toyva and Taube. Anyone have any thoughts on what the
Americanized versions might be.
itisruth@comcast.net


RABINOVICI family from Secureni/Sokiryany, Bessarabia #general

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Hello,

I'm writing on behalf of a friend, hoping I can be of any help in her
research for her father's whereabouts, after the war.
The person I'm looking for is Itzig/Ayzik/Isaac Rabinovici (and other
spellings) - >from the old Bessarabia, city called Secureni/Sokiryany,
todays western Ukraine, in the border with Moldova (at the time of the
war, Romania).

Itzig was once married to Chana Rabinovici z"l, giving birth to this
friend of mine, Herta, who lives in Austria. Itzig had one previous
daughter, that was shot to death. He worked in the Admont Displaced
Persons Camp (Admont DP), >from 20-May-1948 to 07-June-1948, for the
Britischen-Militar-Regiergun (British Militar Government) as a
woodworker (?). Seems that Itzig lived for a while in Miami, after the
war - more precisely, on 08-September-1952, at 944 Miami Beach 3 st.

Chana lived with Itzig in Vienna, for an undetermined period of time.

The Rabinovici couple aforementioned lived at Beheimgasse 21/5, Vienna
district number 17 (apparently, their had a previous address also in
Vienna - Rathausstrasse 20). They lived in a rented apartment, which
owner's was mrs. Erna Singer nee Spielvogel - daughter of Simon
Spielvogel, niece of David Spielvogel. The date in which they lived
might be somehow close to 18-June-1948. Seems the couple also lived
for a short time in a pension, "Pohl", at Rathausgasse, Vienna. The
Rabinovici couple left Vienna in 31-Jul-1951.

Itzig's mother Freida/Frida Rabinovici had GELLMANN as her maiden name.
Itzig and Chana got married in Sokiryany on 17-December-1914.

My friend says that both Itzig and Chana were born in
Secureni/Sokiryany, today's Western Ukraine, almost in the border with
Moldova - at that time, it was part of Romania, within the old
Bessarabia. There lived 4 Rabinovici families, according to her. Itzig
Meir Rabinovici was possibly born on 08-November-1890/1892, and Chana
on 08-August-1892. My friend tells me that this family may have lived
in a street called Trovitzka. Jacob/Yaakov Stivelman z"l is said to
have been the family's lawyer.

Chana, nee Sossmann,/Sussmann had a brother, Michael Sossmann. Michael
visited Salzburg (Riedenburg).
One of Itzig's sons is Boris. Apparently, this son lived in either
Argentina or Brazil, and eventually moved to USA.

She tells that there's one Steven Rabinovici, living in NY, whose
father name is also Boris - is a grandson of Itzig. In London lives
Natascha Stern, one daughter of Itzig , aunt of Steven, who is in
touch with the latter. So, Boris must be my friend's halfbrother, as
Natascha her halfsister (for Itzig remarried).

Pinhas Rabinovici, Itzig's brother, had also a son named Boris
(Bentzion) who left to Bogota, Colombia. This Boris married a woman
from Yedinetz/Edineti, whose maiden name is FELBERG, and they had a
son called Samuel, who in turned married Ester and named his son
Boris. Samuel moved to Miami, US, where he lives with his family.

My friend says that, while working with the help of the HIAS, she got
a record >from Itzig and Chana Rabinovici arrival in NY, in 1951. The
recorded stated they had a son called Boris.

Follows a draft of the Rabinovici family tree in Secureni/Sokiryany:
1. Berco Rabinovici z"l, born on 1856, married to Frida nee Gellmann

1.1 Itzig Meir Rabinovici, born on 1890, married to Chana Sossmann,
born on 1892 (daughter of Sandor and Freida, nee Bojar) (it's
important to mentionn that my friend already conducted some research
and found some documents that refer to the same Itzig, but with
different birth dates, such as 1908 and 1910).
1.2 Pinhas Rabinovici, born on 1877, married to Chana Cukuruza (not
sure of the spelling), born in 1881
1.2.1 Ita Rabinovici z"l born in 1905 - she and her family were
killed in the war.
1.2.2 Bentzion (Boris) Rabinovici, born in 1907

1.3 Malco Rabinovici, born on 1865
1.3.1 Haim rabinovici, born in 1903

1.4 Aron Rabinovici, born on 1896, married to Golda, born in 1897
1.4.1 Haico Rabinovici, born in 1920
1.4.2 Wolf, born in 1922

There's one Feiga Rabinovici which we do not know where does she fit
in the tree. It is possible that she died during the war. There are
still Enta, born in 1916, Brana, 1919, Etlea, 1920, and Mindlea, 1922,
that might have been children of Itzig and Chana as well.

I ask everyone who has any information to add to any of the facts
above to please reply back to me. This lady has been searching for the
whereabouts of his father for a long time, and I'm sure if stopped for
a minute to think if it was our father, we wouldn't think twice
whether to try to find what happened.

Thank you in advance,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Tel Aviv
Israel

Poland: KANO [Zychlin, Wiskitki, Granica, Gniewoszow], KAHANA
[Wladyslawow] SOCHACZEWSKI [Lodz], SZCZUCZYNER/SZCECINER [Wyszogrod],
SKROBEK, MANDELBAUM,AJZENBERG [Wyszogrod], HORCHSTEIN/HORCHSZTAJN
[Warszawa], CUKIERKORN [Wiskitki, Warszawa] Moldova: GIVERTS and
FRAIMAN [Kishinev(Chisinau), Kalarash(Calarasi)] Ukraine: ROZMARIN,
SCHECHTMAN [Sokiryany(Secureni)], BERENSHTEYN [Sokiryany, Briceva],


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RABINOVICI family from Secureni/Sokiryany, Bessarabia #general

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Hello,

I'm writing on behalf of a friend, hoping I can be of any help in her
research for her father's whereabouts, after the war.
The person I'm looking for is Itzig/Ayzik/Isaac Rabinovici (and other
spellings) - >from the old Bessarabia, city called Secureni/Sokiryany,
todays western Ukraine, in the border with Moldova (at the time of the
war, Romania).

Itzig was once married to Chana Rabinovici z"l, giving birth to this
friend of mine, Herta, who lives in Austria. Itzig had one previous
daughter, that was shot to death. He worked in the Admont Displaced
Persons Camp (Admont DP), >from 20-May-1948 to 07-June-1948, for the
Britischen-Militar-Regiergun (British Militar Government) as a
woodworker (?). Seems that Itzig lived for a while in Miami, after the
war - more precisely, on 08-September-1952, at 944 Miami Beach 3 st.

Chana lived with Itzig in Vienna, for an undetermined period of time.

The Rabinovici couple aforementioned lived at Beheimgasse 21/5, Vienna
district number 17 (apparently, their had a previous address also in
Vienna - Rathausstrasse 20). They lived in a rented apartment, which
owner's was mrs. Erna Singer nee Spielvogel - daughter of Simon
Spielvogel, niece of David Spielvogel. The date in which they lived
might be somehow close to 18-June-1948. Seems the couple also lived
for a short time in a pension, "Pohl", at Rathausgasse, Vienna. The
Rabinovici couple left Vienna in 31-Jul-1951.

Itzig's mother Freida/Frida Rabinovici had GELLMANN as her maiden name.
Itzig and Chana got married in Sokiryany on 17-December-1914.

My friend says that both Itzig and Chana were born in
Secureni/Sokiryany, today's Western Ukraine, almost in the border with
Moldova - at that time, it was part of Romania, within the old
Bessarabia. There lived 4 Rabinovici families, according to her. Itzig
Meir Rabinovici was possibly born on 08-November-1890/1892, and Chana
on 08-August-1892. My friend tells me that this family may have lived
in a street called Trovitzka. Jacob/Yaakov Stivelman z"l is said to
have been the family's lawyer.

Chana, nee Sossmann,/Sussmann had a brother, Michael Sossmann. Michael
visited Salzburg (Riedenburg).
One of Itzig's sons is Boris. Apparently, this son lived in either
Argentina or Brazil, and eventually moved to USA.

She tells that there's one Steven Rabinovici, living in NY, whose
father name is also Boris - is a grandson of Itzig. In London lives
Natascha Stern, one daughter of Itzig , aunt of Steven, who is in
touch with the latter. So, Boris must be my friend's halfbrother, as
Natascha her halfsister (for Itzig remarried).

Pinhas Rabinovici, Itzig's brother, had also a son named Boris
(Bentzion) who left to Bogota, Colombia. This Boris married a woman
from Yedinetz/Edineti, whose maiden name is FELBERG, and they had a
son called Samuel, who in turned married Ester and named his son
Boris. Samuel moved to Miami, US, where he lives with his family.

My friend says that, while working with the help of the HIAS, she got
a record >from Itzig and Chana Rabinovici arrival in NY, in 1951. The
recorded stated they had a son called Boris.

Follows a draft of the Rabinovici family tree in Secureni/Sokiryany:
1. Berco Rabinovici z"l, born on 1856, married to Frida nee Gellmann

1.1 Itzig Meir Rabinovici, born on 1890, married to Chana Sossmann,
born on 1892 (daughter of Sandor and Freida, nee Bojar) (it's
important to mentionn that my friend already conducted some research
and found some documents that refer to the same Itzig, but with
different birth dates, such as 1908 and 1910).
1.2 Pinhas Rabinovici, born on 1877, married to Chana Cukuruza (not
sure of the spelling), born in 1881
1.2.1 Ita Rabinovici z"l born in 1905 - she and her family were
killed in the war.
1.2.2 Bentzion (Boris) Rabinovici, born in 1907

1.3 Malco Rabinovici, born on 1865
1.3.1 Haim rabinovici, born in 1903

1.4 Aron Rabinovici, born on 1896, married to Golda, born in 1897
1.4.1 Haico Rabinovici, born in 1920
1.4.2 Wolf, born in 1922

There's one Feiga Rabinovici which we do not know where does she fit
in the tree. It is possible that she died during the war. There are
still Enta, born in 1916, Brana, 1919, Etlea, 1920, and Mindlea, 1922,
that might have been children of Itzig and Chana as well.

I ask everyone who has any information to add to any of the facts
above to please reply back to me. This lady has been searching for the
whereabouts of his father for a long time, and I'm sure if stopped for
a minute to think if it was our father, we wouldn't think twice
whether to try to find what happened.

Thank you in advance,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Tel Aviv
Israel

Poland: KANO [Zychlin, Wiskitki, Granica, Gniewoszow], KAHANA
[Wladyslawow] SOCHACZEWSKI [Lodz], SZCZUCZYNER/SZCECINER [Wyszogrod],
SKROBEK, MANDELBAUM,AJZENBERG [Wyszogrod], HORCHSTEIN/HORCHSZTAJN
[Warszawa], CUKIERKORN [Wiskitki, Warszawa] Moldova: GIVERTS and
FRAIMAN [Kishinev(Chisinau), Kalarash(Calarasi)] Ukraine: ROZMARIN,
SCHECHTMAN [Sokiryany(Secureni)], BERENSHTEYN [Sokiryany, Briceva],


LEIZOR and LEISER --- same person? #general

Fran Segall <fransegall@...>
 

I'm looking for some advice and apologize for the length of this post..

According to my grandmother's birth register obtained >from JRI-Poland, my
second great-grandfather's name was Leiser Bergstein. His wife's name was
Feige. This is consistent with the JRI-Poland birth records I have for 2 of
my grandmother's siblings. There were 4 other siblings born earlier, but I
haven't found their birth registers, or any other information giving their
grandparent's names. The youngest of Leiser and Feige Bergstein's
grandchildren, my grandmother, was born in 1886. The oldest was born c.
1865. This puts their mother, Sure's, DOB at c. 1840-1845 (just an
estimate, and assuming they all have the same mother).

I also have birth registers for 2 of 5 siblings, children of Bruche
Bergstein and Leib Torker, which give Bruche's parents' names as Leizor and
Chane Bergstein. They were born between 1890 and 1904, placing their
mother's DOB at c. 1865-1870 (just an estimate). I have a congratulatory
telegram >from someone in the Torker line, identified as a "cousin" so I know
they are family.

The spelling of LEISER Bergstein is consistent in all the birth registers
for children of Sure. The spelling of LEIZOR Bergstein is consistent in all
the birth registers for children of Bruche. I estimate that LEIZOR died
before 1899 because Bruche named one of her children Leizor, born in 1899.
His wife, Chane, likely died before 1890 because one of the grandchildren,
born in 1890, was named Chane.

So, to summarize, I have LEISER and Feige Bergstein, with a daughter, Sure,
born c. 1840-1845. I also have LEIZOR and Chane Bergstein, with a daughter,
Bruche, born c. 1865-1870. I don't know any of the siblings of Sure or of
Bruche. Is it likely that LEISER and LEIZOR are the same person, making
Sure and Bruche half-sisters (born 25 years apart!)? Or is more likely that
LEISER and LEIZOR are first cousins, perhaps named in honor of the same
grandfather? I've exhausted my ideas on how to trace this any further, and
would welcome any suggestions!

Thank you!
Fran Segall
fransegall@comcast.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen LEIZOR and LEISER --- same person? #general

Fran Segall <fransegall@...>
 

I'm looking for some advice and apologize for the length of this post..

According to my grandmother's birth register obtained >from JRI-Poland, my
second great-grandfather's name was Leiser Bergstein. His wife's name was
Feige. This is consistent with the JRI-Poland birth records I have for 2 of
my grandmother's siblings. There were 4 other siblings born earlier, but I
haven't found their birth registers, or any other information giving their
grandparent's names. The youngest of Leiser and Feige Bergstein's
grandchildren, my grandmother, was born in 1886. The oldest was born c.
1865. This puts their mother, Sure's, DOB at c. 1840-1845 (just an
estimate, and assuming they all have the same mother).

I also have birth registers for 2 of 5 siblings, children of Bruche
Bergstein and Leib Torker, which give Bruche's parents' names as Leizor and
Chane Bergstein. They were born between 1890 and 1904, placing their
mother's DOB at c. 1865-1870 (just an estimate). I have a congratulatory
telegram >from someone in the Torker line, identified as a "cousin" so I know
they are family.

The spelling of LEISER Bergstein is consistent in all the birth registers
for children of Sure. The spelling of LEIZOR Bergstein is consistent in all
the birth registers for children of Bruche. I estimate that LEIZOR died
before 1899 because Bruche named one of her children Leizor, born in 1899.
His wife, Chane, likely died before 1890 because one of the grandchildren,
born in 1890, was named Chane.

So, to summarize, I have LEISER and Feige Bergstein, with a daughter, Sure,
born c. 1840-1845. I also have LEIZOR and Chane Bergstein, with a daughter,
Bruche, born c. 1865-1870. I don't know any of the siblings of Sure or of
Bruche. Is it likely that LEISER and LEIZOR are the same person, making
Sure and Bruche half-sisters (born 25 years apart!)? Or is more likely that
LEISER and LEIZOR are first cousins, perhaps named in honor of the same
grandfather? I've exhausted my ideas on how to trace this any further, and
would welcome any suggestions!

Thank you!
Fran Segall
fransegall@comcast.net


Chevra Bnai Jacob Anshe Shereshew New York, NY #general

hotdog <hotdog@...>
 

Dear One and All:

The following organization was incorporated in 1909 in NY:

Chevra Bnai Jacob Anshe Shereshew New York, NY

The initial directors were:

Aron Appelaum, Madison St, New York
Aron Potchinky, E. 8th St, New York
Isaac M. Stern, Second St, New York
Simon Goldberg, E. 175th St, New York
Isaac Cohen, E. 56th St, New York

I would very much like to make contact with the descendants of these
people or any one else who was involved with this organization.

Thank you,

Jay Lenefsky


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Chevra Bnai Jacob Anshe Shereshew New York, NY #general

hotdog <hotdog@...>
 

Dear One and All:

The following organization was incorporated in 1909 in NY:

Chevra Bnai Jacob Anshe Shereshew New York, NY

The initial directors were:

Aron Appelaum, Madison St, New York
Aron Potchinky, E. 8th St, New York
Isaac M. Stern, Second St, New York
Simon Goldberg, E. 175th St, New York
Isaac Cohen, E. 56th St, New York

I would very much like to make contact with the descendants of these
people or any one else who was involved with this organization.

Thank you,

Jay Lenefsky