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Spelling variations #general

Barbara Zimmer
 

Bell asked for more information about the death record for her gg-grandfather
Israel GOLDVOGEL, who was listed as an early rabbi in Trenton NJ. In my search for
him and his family, the name was spelled in a variety of ways, including some that
were not Soundex matches or letter-for-letter matches: GOLDOOGEL, GOLDFOGLE,
GOLDVOGAL, GOLDVAGEL, and (my favorite) GLDFOYEL.

His widow is shown in the 1880 census as Sarah VOGEL in Trenton, so we know that he
must have died after he was listed in the New York census for 1870 and before the
1880 census.

My suggestion: Use other clues, such as age, year of entry into the US, first names
(and their variations), etc.
Barbara Zimmer


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Spelling variations #general

Barbara Zimmer
 

Bell asked for more information about the death record for her gg-grandfather
Israel GOLDVOGEL, who was listed as an early rabbi in Trenton NJ. In my search for
him and his family, the name was spelled in a variety of ways, including some that
were not Soundex matches or letter-for-letter matches: GOLDOOGEL, GOLDFOGLE,
GOLDVOGAL, GOLDVAGEL, and (my favorite) GLDFOYEL.

His widow is shown in the 1880 census as Sarah VOGEL in Trenton, so we know that he
must have died after he was listed in the New York census for 1870 and before the
1880 census.

My suggestion: Use other clues, such as age, year of entry into the US, first names
(and their variations), etc.
Barbara Zimmer


FW: Ronald GERSCH's burial place found thank you #unitedkingdom

Catherine Gordon <catherine@...>
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Catherine Gordon [mailto:catherine@gordonweb.plus.com]
Sent: 09 January 2009 16:14
To: UK (jcr-uk@lyris.jewishgen.org)
Subject: Ronald GERSCH's burial place found thank you

A little while ago I posted asking for help to find the burial place of
Ronald GERSCH. Ronald died as a young child and his brother desperately
wanted to find his burial place while he still could.

I am pleased to tell you that with the help of the people who replied
and also the United Synagogues Burial Office I was able to locate the
grave in East Ham, London and I wanted to say thank you on behalf of
myself and Ronald's brother for the help I have received.

The search proved quite difficult for many reasons. Firstly there was no
indexing of Ronald GERSCH anywhere because he had been recorded in the
funeral records as Donald Gersh, so indexing for ancestry and similar
was not conclusive. Melvyn Hartog at the United Synagogues Burial office
helped me to locate the plot of 'Donald Gersh' , who died at the right
time, and a few weeks later, his colleague Leonard Sher was able to
confirm the address in their records, which matched with the address
that I knew and also visited the plot to check if there was ever a
headstone erected. Unfortunately there was not but he now has the chance
to erect a memorial should he wish to do so on the right plot.

It really is amazing what can be achieved if the right people are
helping. I never dreamed that I would be able to solve this one from
Manchester but it is a testament to everyone involved that I found this
one.

Thanks again

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, FOGEL, MOSCOVITCH, GORDON and
RUDOLF.


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom FW: Ronald GERSCH's burial place found thank you #unitedkingdom

Catherine Gordon <catherine@...>
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Catherine Gordon [mailto:catherine@gordonweb.plus.com]
Sent: 09 January 2009 16:14
To: UK (jcr-uk@lyris.jewishgen.org)
Subject: Ronald GERSCH's burial place found thank you

A little while ago I posted asking for help to find the burial place of
Ronald GERSCH. Ronald died as a young child and his brother desperately
wanted to find his burial place while he still could.

I am pleased to tell you that with the help of the people who replied
and also the United Synagogues Burial Office I was able to locate the
grave in East Ham, London and I wanted to say thank you on behalf of
myself and Ronald's brother for the help I have received.

The search proved quite difficult for many reasons. Firstly there was no
indexing of Ronald GERSCH anywhere because he had been recorded in the
funeral records as Donald Gersh, so indexing for ancestry and similar
was not conclusive. Melvyn Hartog at the United Synagogues Burial office
helped me to locate the plot of 'Donald Gersh' , who died at the right
time, and a few weeks later, his colleague Leonard Sher was able to
confirm the address in their records, which matched with the address
that I knew and also visited the plot to check if there was ever a
headstone erected. Unfortunately there was not but he now has the chance
to erect a memorial should he wish to do so on the right plot.

It really is amazing what can be achieved if the right people are
helping. I never dreamed that I would be able to solve this one from
Manchester but it is a testament to everyone involved that I found this
one.

Thanks again

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, FOGEL, MOSCOVITCH, GORDON and
RUDOLF.


Explanation needed #general

Trudy Barch
 

Hi, 1930 census states institute for feeble minded children. Does that mean mentally
ill as we think today? Or is it more like an orphanage home? or is it something
else?

Thank you, Trudy Barch, Chicagoland


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Explanation needed #general

Trudy Barch
 

Hi, 1930 census states institute for feeble minded children. Does that mean mentally
ill as we think today? Or is it more like an orphanage home? or is it something
else?

Thank you, Trudy Barch, Chicagoland


American Jews pre-1850 #usa

Hazel Dakers
 

I would appreciate hearing >from list members able to offer guidance to me on
researching some family members who were in the US prior to 1850.

1. Lion/Leon Norden b. 1748 Amsterdam d.18 Sept 1798 Savannah Georgia.
I believe there may be a will.
2. The family of Myer Mansfield b Prussia 1822 (lived in San Fransisco,
still there 1900) and Rebecca Lazarus b. 1834 New York. (This Lazarus family
is in the Stern pedigrees).
3. Catherine Norden (maiden name not known) b. 1813 either New York or South
Carolina (according to different sources). Would appear to have married
Joshua Davis Norden before 1830 apparently in New York. She lived with the
Mansfields for a period and then like them moved >from Portland Oregon to San
Fransisco but is buried in Portland.

I have no experience of researching this pre-1850 period in the US and of
course whilst I understand there is published research will not so easily be
able to access it in the UK. Many thanks

Hazel Dakers, London UK <hazel.dakers@blueyonder.co.uk> www.hazeldakers.co.uk

researching: BIRNBAUM (Zgierz & Lodz, Poland), GOLD (Zgierz & Lodz, Poland),
HEIMANN (Luegde, Germany & South Africa), NORDEN (London and South Africa)


Early American SIG #USA American Jews pre-1850 #usa

Hazel Dakers
 

I would appreciate hearing >from list members able to offer guidance to me on
researching some family members who were in the US prior to 1850.

1. Lion/Leon Norden b. 1748 Amsterdam d.18 Sept 1798 Savannah Georgia.
I believe there may be a will.
2. The family of Myer Mansfield b Prussia 1822 (lived in San Fransisco,
still there 1900) and Rebecca Lazarus b. 1834 New York. (This Lazarus family
is in the Stern pedigrees).
3. Catherine Norden (maiden name not known) b. 1813 either New York or South
Carolina (according to different sources). Would appear to have married
Joshua Davis Norden before 1830 apparently in New York. She lived with the
Mansfields for a period and then like them moved >from Portland Oregon to San
Fransisco but is buried in Portland.

I have no experience of researching this pre-1850 period in the US and of
course whilst I understand there is published research will not so easily be
able to access it in the UK. Many thanks

Hazel Dakers, London UK <hazel.dakers@blueyonder.co.uk> www.hazeldakers.co.uk

researching: BIRNBAUM (Zgierz & Lodz, Poland), GOLD (Zgierz & Lodz, Poland),
HEIMANN (Luegde, Germany & South Africa), NORDEN (London and South Africa)


ViewMate Service - Important New Information & Instructions #usa

Groll, Avraham
 

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Early American SIG #USA ViewMate Service - Important New Information & Instructions #usa

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ViewMate Service - Important new information #germany

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German SIG #Germany ViewMate Service - Important new information #germany

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INTRO - researching BLOCH family from Valff, Bas Rhin, Alsace > NY USA #germany

ROBERT TEITELBAUM <bobtbaum@...>
 

Hello GerSig,

I just joined the group. My great-grandfather left Alsace when it was French.
I hope this is the correct list for me. [MODERATOR COMMENT: You should also
join and inquire via the French SIG].

I have been doing genealogy research for 10 years. I consider myself to be
advanced in doing Alsace Jewish Genealogy research. I live in Ithaca, New York,
USA My native language is English and I also know French.
I consider myself good in using a computer. My experience in using the Internet
is fairly extensive.

I have identified the names and birth and death dates of the BLOCH family of
Valff, Bas Rhin, Alsace back to the 1700's and forward to my mother,
Lucille BLOCH TEITELBAUM 1911 - 1986 of Brooklyn, New York. My great-grandfather,
Leopold BLOCH, arrived in New York (age 13) on 11 January 1869 with his sister,
Sara (age 17).

I am most interested in family experiences and stories. My primary research
goals now are to find out:

1. To find out what happened to my great grandfather's sister, Sara, who
came to New York with him then "disappears" >from the records.

2. If there are any surviving BLOCHs directly related to my great grandfather's
family surviving in Europe.

My JGFF Researcher ID number is 8341

The family names and ancestral towns that I have entered in the JGFF
(JewishGenFamily Finder) are my four grandparental families (listed below)
and their spouses and direct desendants.

In addition to the BLOCH family of Valff I am researching:

TEITELBAUM: Tarnopol, Galicia to Western Pennsylvania 1871 then to Brooklyn, NY
1890
FELLEMAN: Marken, Amsterdam, Holland to Philadelphia 1832, then to NY City and
Brooklyn, NY circa 1841 [Brooklyn was not yet part of New York City in 1841 - MOD]
GOLDSCHMIDT (GOLDSMITH): Sprendlingen, Hessen, Germany to Brooklyn, NY 1855

Bob Teitelbaum bobtbaum@verizon.net Ithaca, New York, USA


German SIG #Germany INTRO - researching BLOCH family from Valff, Bas Rhin, Alsace > NY USA #germany

ROBERT TEITELBAUM <bobtbaum@...>
 

Hello GerSig,

I just joined the group. My great-grandfather left Alsace when it was French.
I hope this is the correct list for me. [MODERATOR COMMENT: You should also
join and inquire via the French SIG].

I have been doing genealogy research for 10 years. I consider myself to be
advanced in doing Alsace Jewish Genealogy research. I live in Ithaca, New York,
USA My native language is English and I also know French.
I consider myself good in using a computer. My experience in using the Internet
is fairly extensive.

I have identified the names and birth and death dates of the BLOCH family of
Valff, Bas Rhin, Alsace back to the 1700's and forward to my mother,
Lucille BLOCH TEITELBAUM 1911 - 1986 of Brooklyn, New York. My great-grandfather,
Leopold BLOCH, arrived in New York (age 13) on 11 January 1869 with his sister,
Sara (age 17).

I am most interested in family experiences and stories. My primary research
goals now are to find out:

1. To find out what happened to my great grandfather's sister, Sara, who
came to New York with him then "disappears" >from the records.

2. If there are any surviving BLOCHs directly related to my great grandfather's
family surviving in Europe.

My JGFF Researcher ID number is 8341

The family names and ancestral towns that I have entered in the JGFF
(JewishGenFamily Finder) are my four grandparental families (listed below)
and their spouses and direct desendants.

In addition to the BLOCH family of Valff I am researching:

TEITELBAUM: Tarnopol, Galicia to Western Pennsylvania 1871 then to Brooklyn, NY
1890
FELLEMAN: Marken, Amsterdam, Holland to Philadelphia 1832, then to NY City and
Brooklyn, NY circa 1841 [Brooklyn was not yet part of New York City in 1841 - MOD]
GOLDSCHMIDT (GOLDSMITH): Sprendlingen, Hessen, Germany to Brooklyn, NY 1855

Bob Teitelbaum bobtbaum@verizon.net Ithaca, New York, USA


Lvov - Holocaust memoir and film #galicia

roe kard
 

I want to thank the 40+ (and still coming) people who have responded
to my posting about the Survivor, his collection, book and film. I
am working my way through the e-mails and am truly hoping something
good will come of all this. I will keep the list apprised of the
next chapter in this story.

Again, my thanks for all the suggestions and the offers of help.

B'shalom,
karen roekard
aka gitel chaye eta rosenfeld rokart


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Lvov - Holocaust memoir and film #galicia

roe kard
 

I want to thank the 40+ (and still coming) people who have responded
to my posting about the Survivor, his collection, book and film. I
am working my way through the e-mails and am truly hoping something
good will come of all this. I will keep the list apprised of the
next chapter in this story.

Again, my thanks for all the suggestions and the offers of help.

B'shalom,
karen roekard
aka gitel chaye eta rosenfeld rokart


Re: WEINBERG from Langenschwarz #germany

buckidstein@...
 

One of the German regions in the 19th century with the highest number of
Jewish communities was Hessen-Kassel. Therefore so many letters to this
forum concern villages there.

The Jews' BMD registers were kept by the heads of the Jewish Communities.
They were filmed before they got lost in World War II.

The films are now in the Hessisches Hauptstaatsarchiv Wiesbaden, where one can
use paper copies. The latter have been filmed by the Mormons. Many registers
begin in the 18th century and end in the 20th. The register of Langenschwarz
covers the years 1825 - 1892.

Gerhard Buck, Idstein, Germany buckidstein@aol.com


ViewMate #galicia

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thanks #galicia

alex miller <alexpmiller@...>
 

Thank you all who answered my record related inquiry.

Alex Miller


ViewMate #ukraine

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